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Old 07-27-2018, 04:25 PM
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Andre Tippett!!
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Seeing all the great names everyone has already posted above, mine looks like a bit of a let down. But for me it was the Bills QB, Joe Ferguson. OJ had just left and we were excited to see what he could do. He had a couple of good seasons just before and things were looking good for the Bills. He finally got us into the playoffs, and played the game with a severely sprained ankle.

All-time great? No, but still my favorite player of all time.
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Old 07-27-2018, 05:21 PM
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Seeing all the great names everyone has already posted above, mine looks like a bit of a let down. But for me it was the Bills QB, Joe Ferguson. OJ had just left and we were excited to see what he could do. He had a couple of good seasons just before and things were looking good for the Bills. He finally got us into the playoffs, and played the game with a severely sprained ankle.

All-time great? No, but still my favorite player of all time.
And a former Razorback QB near and dear to my heart. His time at Arkansas was before my time, but he is still held in high regard.

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Old 07-27-2018, 08:06 PM
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Hands down, it's Staubach. I collect a lot of different stuff but the one part of my collection that I'm truly attached to is my Staubach stuff.
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Old 07-27-2018, 08:13 PM
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Mean Joe Greene. I grew up a Steeler fan (in Virginia amongst many Redskins fans) and Joe was the greatest Steeler of them all.

I've gotten to meet him a couple of times, the first in the late '70s. He's the last of the great Steel Curtain DL still with us.

"Gee, thanks, Joe." I was always so jealous of that kid.
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Old 07-27-2018, 10:22 PM
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Growing up in Western Canada in the late '50s and early '60s, my guy was Joe Kapp. He broke into the CFL with the Calgary Stampeders, then was traded to the B.C. Lions, where he teamed up with the great Willie Fleming to guide the Lions to their first Grey Cup championship. In 1965, when I was 9 years old, the Lions held their training camp at the military college where my father served as head PE instructor, so for three glorious weeks I got to hang around the players. Getting to meet and play catch with Kapp was a dream come true, and he couldn't have been a nicer guy. In fact, all the players were terrific in going out of their way to make a star-struck kid feel at home. Great memories.
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Favorite vintage player I never got to see play is Lou Groza. Favorite all time player would be Ken Anderson. Favorite coach would be Knute Rockne.
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Old 07-27-2018, 11:07 PM
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Great stores y’all, please keep then coming!
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Old 07-27-2018, 11:53 PM
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Mean Joe Greene. I grew up a Steeler fan (in Virginia amongst many Redskins fans) and Joe was the greatest Steeler of them all.

I've gotten to meet him a couple of times, the first in the late '70s. He's the last of the great Steel Curtain DL still with us.

"Gee, thanks, Joe." I was always so jealous of that kid.
And one of the greatest nicknames of them all too. Classic.
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For the longest time it was Joe Namath. Loved to watch him drop back in the pocket with those gimp knees and then hurl one deep down field. As much as I still love Joe though, another Joe took his place. Joe Montana, to me, is still the greatest player, and although there is a current player that has more Super Bowl rings, Joe never lost one. I watched Montana, in the twilight of his career with KC, totally pick apart a very good Charger defense like he was a surgeon. That was fun to watch.
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