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    Quote Originally Posted by beastlyskronk View Post
    Any top 10 list is going to have worthy names left off. I’d love to see guys like Floyd Little, Lionel Taylor, and Lou Wright up there but aside from Manning there really isn’t anyone I’d take off for sure. But yes there is definitely some age bias in here as many of the panelists likely didn’t get to watch those games in the 60s.
    Frank Tripucka and Lionel Taylor were among the very first passing duos to put up numbers similar to today.

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    Good list. I think Miller will steadily climb up it in the coming years.

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    Tom Nalen comes to mind for me too..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshua2585 View Post
    You can't take out PFM. He may not be one of the long-time classics, but he is a NFL great, and brought us a championship... plus a bunch of exciting, winning seasons. SB50 will forever be the Denver Broncos due to PFM coming to Denver.
    Longevity matters.

    Manning is a Colt and what he did for them doesn’t count toward what he did in Denver.
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    4 division titles, 2 conference titles and 1 super bowl. Only 1 quarterback did more in Denver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by broncolee View Post
    Longevity matters.

    Manning is a Colt and what he did for them doesn’t count toward what he did in Denver.
    Sometimes impact is more important than longevity. That's why TD is rightly #2 on the list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerontion View Post
    Sometimes impact is more important than longevity. That's why TD is rightly #2 on the list.
    I’m cool with TD being on the list. He is a Bronco.
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    Quote Originally Posted by broncolee View Post
    I’m cool with TD being on the list. He is a Bronco.
    So is Manning.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Canmore View Post
    So is Manning.
    No he’s not. He’s a Colt who finished his career in Denver.
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    Little should definitely top the list ahead of Shannon Sharpe as well as Von Miller. No disrespect to Sharpe but I’d put both guys ahead of Sharpe in that same order ahead of everyone else.

    Von Miller was a defensive super bowl MVP for crying out loud! A feat not even Lawrence Taylor attained.
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    As others have alluded to, you can't really get too upset with this list. I'd have Atwater higher but again, that's just my personal preference.

    Pretty solid, imo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by broncolee View Post
    No he’s not. He’s a Colt who finished his career in Denver.
    I didn't know you could only play for one franchise in your career. I guess that's the end of today's NFL then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Al Wilson 4 Mayor View Post
    4 division titles, 2 conference titles and 1 super bowl. Only 1 quarterback did more in Denver.
    More than most quarterbacks will ever achieve in their career. Think about that for a second before you question Manning's impact here. He's earned it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by broncolee View Post
    No he’s not. He’s a Colt who finished his career in Denver.
    Actually Manning chose to retire as a Bronco so I’d say yes he is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FL BRONCO View Post
    Actually Manning chose to retire as a Bronco so I’d say yes he is.
    Just because he didn’t do the ceremonial contract with the Colts doesn’t make him any less a Colt.
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