Best NFL team ever?

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  1. eXistenZ

    eXistenZ Play it.

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    What players would make up the best NFL team ever? Past or present players, build your roster for the best team ever. Obviously you don't need to build a full team roster but how about several key players.
     
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    '76 Raiders FTW (especially the defense)...as much as that pains me to say.

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    '89 49ers!

    They crushed the competition and killed the Broncos 55-10 in the big game. That is the most points scored in any Super Bowl. Joe Montana had 5 TD passes that game.

    However, there are a lot of great teams and this is just my pick.
     
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    Owner: John Madden
    Coach: Tony Dungy
    QB: Joe Montana
    RBs: Barry Sanders, Walter Payton, Bo Jackson
    TE: Tony Gonzalez, Shannon Sharp
    WRs: Jerry Rice, Lynn Swann, Randy Moss (Patriots era), Michael Irvin
    OL: Tony Munoz, Refrigerator Perry, Matt Light, Orlando Pace, Art Shell
    DL: Reggie White, Derrick Brooks, Warren Sapp
    LBs: Mike Singletary, Lawrence Taylor, Dick Butkus
    D2dary: Ronnie Lott, Deion Sanders, Champ Bailey, Rod Woodson
    K: Adam Vinatieri
    Special Teams: Brian Bosworth (for the crazy factor), DeSean Jackson for speed, and Devin Hester.

    I don't know if that team could lose.
     
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    QB - Dan Marino
    WR - Randy Moss
    WR - Jerry Rice
    RB - Jim Brown
    RB - Barry Sanders
    TE - Mark Bavaro

    DE - Deacon Jones
    DE - Reggie White
    DT - Mean Joe Greene
    DT - Warren Sapp
    SS - Ronnie Lott
    FS - Ed Reed
    LB - Lawrence Taylor
    LB - Kevin Greene
    LB - Dick Butkus
     
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    Joe Theismann, Art Monk, Mike Nelms, John Riggins, Mark Mosely, Charles Mann, Jeff Bostic, Dave Butz, Dexter Manley, Monte Coleman, Russ Grimm, Joe Jacoby, Mark May, Gary Clark, Ricky Sanders, Alvin Garrett, Darryl Grant, Tony McGee, Virgil Seay, George Starke, with Joe Gibbs as head coach and Jack Kent Cook as owner would be a good start.
     
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    2008 Detroit Lions, Jon Kitna, Kevin Smith.... never mind :crying:
     
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    Wow he goes way back.
     
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    :agree: Besides the one loss to New England, a truly dominant season. Man those were the days!
     
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    1989 49ers or the 1992 Dallas Cowboys. Those teams were so deep. That '92 squad Dallas had could rotate their D-Line all game long and the 2's were as good as the 1's. You'll never see dominate teams like these again, thanks salary cap.
     
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    +1 My pick also. Their defense was awesome. Montana was the best QB to date. His first Superbowl was won with a team of no-names. Rice would not have been the receiver he was if it weren't for Montana and Walsh.

    I can't stand Bradshaw due to his clear jealousy of Montana.
     
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    QB- Peyton Manning
    Backs- Barry Sanders, LaDainian Tomlinson
    Wideouts- Jerry Rice, Marvin Harrison, Randy Moss
    Linebackers- LT, Ray Lewis, Mike Singletary
    DE- Reggie White, Michael Strahan
    Corners- Deion Sanders, Champ Bailey
    Safeties- TROY Polamalu, Ronnie Lott
     
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    That would be a winning combo for sure. I would have to add Larry Czonka and Jim Brown to the RB list.
     
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    Mark Bavaro? LOL WUT
     
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    Bavaro was the MAN back in the day, he doesn't as much credit as he's due because the Giants had him block much of the time, which has was amazing at, but when Simms threw to him he had some of the best hands I've ever seen.
     
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    Yeah I have to agree with you on that. Bavaro is one of the most underrated TE's in the history of the game. He could do it all, if you needed him to block he cold do that at a very high level. If you needed him to catch, he could do that too. He was excellent at gaining yards after the catch, clutch in big time situations and could also stretch the field if neccessary. It also helps that he's a paisan! :cool:
     
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    This.

    Metro273 wins the internet.

    Thread over.

    Cheers!
    Mntneer357