Greatest NFL Players of All Time
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Really!?!? He is my top 60. Thurman Thomas is so underrated. That Bills team is getting no love on this list. Jim Kelly, Andre Reed, Bruce Smith, Thurman Thomas.
Immaculate Reception. Best plays of all time.V1 Comment
I like how they say George BlandaV2 Comments
Most receiving yards in a season by a tight endV1 Comment
How is Seau not in Top 20... THE MAN WAS FEARED BY EVERYONE. People would curl into a ball screaming for their mommies when they saw him coming! He excelled at his position and was in on nearly every play. He played with passion, determination and most importantly, heart.
Shame on people putting one-hit-wonders on this list such as Kaepernick, that's a joke and disrespectful to football.
Probably one of the best kickers of all time
He became what is known as the FAT PIGV1 Comment
Bob Lilly deserves to be on this list. My top 100 list Bob Lilly comes in at 98. He is kinda overrated but 98 is a good spot for him.V1 Comment
Not even close. John Hannah is the greatest offensive linemen in the history of football.
Tebow doesn't know the difference between a hockey puck and a football - RPD6478
Tebow has a horrible overall rating how is he even on here
What the heck is he even on here he's not even in the top three hundred let alone better than bo Jackson Otto Graham and night train lane what
This guy sucks, sure he had a good college career, but this is for NFL players. He has not shown to be a good NFL player if he made 4th string qb for the eagles... - RPD6478
Sucker but awesomeV8 Comments
Why do you people do this. He is top 20.V2 Comments
He is only 23 and he has a rushing title top running back award he has a lot of potential
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