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    Best to ever wear the numbers - 4 homegrown, 7 total

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    I think I counted nine.

    #6 Jay Cutler
    #7 John Elway
    #18 Peyton Manning
    #24 Champ Bailey
    #27 Steve Atwater
    #30 Terrell Davis
    #33 Tony Dorsett
    #49 Dennis Smith
    #94 DeMarcus Ware
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    Quote Originally Posted by samparnell View Post
    I think I counted nine.

    #6 Jay Cutler
    #7 John Elway
    #18 Peyton Manning
    #24 Champ Bailey
    #27 Steve Atwater
    #30 Terrell Davis
    #33 Tony Dorsett
    #49 Dennis Smith
    #94 DeMarcus Ware
    There has to be a better #6 yea? I went through their whole list and could not find another like Cutler.
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    Mc Nabb at 5? Id put Hornung there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FL BRONCO View Post
    Mc Nabb at 5? Id put Hornung there.
    There you go!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FL BRONCO View Post
    Mc Nabb at 5? Id put Hornung there.
    Don't forget Kerry Collins....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hadez View Post
    There has to be a better #6 yea? I went through their whole list and could not find another like Cutler.
    Rolf Benirschke, Kicker, San Diego Chargers, 1977-1986. Okay that is little bit of a slam to Jay Cutler, but Rolf was a heck of a kicker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hadez View Post
    There has to be a better #6 yea? I went through their whole list and could not find another like Cutler.
    Quote Originally Posted by WYBRONCO View Post
    Rolf Benirschke, Kicker, San Diego Chargers, 1977-1986. Okay that is little bit of a slam to Jay Cutler, but Rolf was a heck of a kicker.
    Pretty much every decent #6 was a punter or kicker. That's it, Jay was in the wrong position!! I guess we have to see if Mayfield can live up to expectations.

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    I think a strong case can be made for Gradhishar over Tingelhoff for #53.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lvbronx View Post
    I think a strong case can be made for Gradhishar over Tingelhoff for #53.
    100%. I thought the same thing. Sharpe just got unlucky with Randy Moss. But I also thought Mecklenburg at 77.
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    Some of the considerations were pretty silly. Drew Bledsoe was actually considered against Fitzgerald, Ronde Barber gave Barry Sanders a run for his money, thatís just laughable IMO. As is Marshall Faulk not being 28 or Bruce Smith not being 78.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beastlyskronk View Post
    Some of the considerations were pretty silly. Drew Bledsoe was actually considered against Fitzgerald, Ronde Barber gave Barry Sanders a run for his money, that’s just laughable IMO. As is Marshall Faulk not being 28 or Bruce Smith not being 78.
    I can understand Green over Faulk and Munoz over Smith. I can easily make an argument for either one over the other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanDB View Post
    Pretty much every decent #6 was a punter or kicker. That's it, Jay was in the wrong position!! I guess we have to see if Mayfield can live up to expectations.
    I would take a kicker over Cutler.

    Shoot I would take Bubby Brister over Cutler

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    Quote Originally Posted by Letswinplz77 View Post
    100%. I thought the same thing. Sharpe just got unlucky with Randy Moss. But I also thought Mecklenburg at 77.
    Roaf at 77 was a really good player but he never won a single playoff game in his entire career. Meck played in 3 Super Bowls in 4 years.

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    Smokin' Jay don't care about a thing.


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