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    hello

    what is the best player for ever?
    thanks


    ps: for is ZIDANE

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    LUIS FIGO i think

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    Ronald Inho.

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    In my opinion it is Z Z Tops.

    I wonder if this should be in the music section?
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    It was a fellow named Jim Brown, played at Syracuse and also for the Cleveland Browns, professionally.

    Never mind your soccer or rugby or anything else.

    The baddest man to ever make physical contact with an inflatable spheroid, ovate or otherwise.

    True fact.
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    Quote Originally Posted by j2k4 View Post
    It was a fellow named Jim Brown, played at Syracuse and also for the Cleveland Browns, professionally.

    Never mind your soccer or rugby or anything else.

    The baddest man to ever make physical contact with an inflatable spheroid, ovate or otherwise.

    True fact.


    American football:

    Jerry Rice or Howie Long

    real football:

    ZZ or franz beckenbauer

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    I was always a big fan of Marcus Allen.

    He was awesome when the Raider beat the Redskins in Superbowl (insert Roman numerals here)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPaul View Post
    I was always a big fan of Marcus Allen.

    He was awesome when the Raider beat the Redskins in Superbowl (insert Roman numerals here)
    Marcus Allen was very good.

    The Super Bowl run when he reversed field behind the line and went (I think) 61 yards for the TD was all-time highlight stuff.

    He couldn't carry Jim Brown's jockstrap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by j2k4 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by JPaul View Post
    I was always a big fan of Marcus Allen.

    He was awesome when the Raider beat the Redskins in Superbowl (insert Roman numerals here)
    Marcus Allen was very good.

    The Super Bowl run when he reversed field behind the line and went (I think) 61 yards for the TD was all-time highlight stuff.

    He couldn't carry Jim Brown's jockstrap.
    He broke three Superbowl records that year.

    If memory serves it was longest rushing, longest individual TD and most individual points, but it was a long time ago and I was rather drunk. For some reason they played the game in the middle of the night, absolute madness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPaul View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by j2k4 View Post

    Marcus Allen was very good.

    The Super Bowl run when he reversed field behind the line and went (I think) 61 yards for the TD was all-time highlight stuff.

    He couldn't carry Jim Brown's jockstrap.
    He broke three Superbowl records that year.

    If memory serves it was longest rushing, longest individual TD and most individual points, but it was a long time ago and I was rather drunk. For some reason they played the game in the middle of the night, absolute madness.
    Jim Brown retired the year before the first Super Bowl was played.

    Cleveland won the NFL title in '64, Brown retired in '66.

    You had to see him to believe him.

    Some backs had moves and speed, others had strength or instinct.

    Brown it all, and in superior measure, too.

    He literally did what he felt like doing on the field.
    “Think about how stupid the average person is, and then realize that half of 'em are stupider than that.” -George Carlin

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