Cujo

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  1. 1 hour ago, DG_ThenNowForever said:

    A-Rod last played in Seattle about 20 years ago and I don't think he's spent much time here since.

     

    That being said, he has ZERO connection to Minnesota. And it would be in total A-Rod "look at me" style to make some sort of grand return by delivering Seattle back their Sonics. He's a self-absorbed snake. I wouldn't put it past him at all.


  2. 7 minutes ago, FiddySicks said:


    Why even bother when they’re going to have to change in a few years anyway? 

     

    Change? Is Oakland getting a new stadium or something?

     

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  3. 10 minutes ago, Phillyspecial2018 said:

    I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again. The “AFL” patch is the Lamar hunt memorial and it’s will never be removed! Even for a throwback 

     

    Lamar Hunt memorial tv numbers aren't going anywhere either!


  4. 8 minutes ago, See Red said:

    This is Pacman Jones.

     

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    Are we going to pretend like Champ Bailey wasn't one of the best corners to ever play the game because of it?

     

    Eh, give me a recent HOF QB a team has done this with.

     

    I feel quarterbacks are more 'prestigious' when it comes to numbers being taken out of circulation.

     

    Even guys we would classify as "pretty good QBs"  -- like Andrew Luck. Are any Colts wearing #12 yet?


  5. 3 minutes ago, See Red said:

     

    I mean, a significant part of the man's argument is that the Bengals have failed their could-be Hall of Famers, so I don't think this is a very strong argument.

     

    And looking into that quickly, the Bengals only issued #14 after Anderson began coaching for the Steelers.  Neil O'Donnell wore #14 everywhere BUT Cincinnati and Andy Dalton only wore the number with Anderson's permission.

     

    Fwiw, undrafted 2nd year WR Scotty Washington now wears Bengals #14


  6. Just now, Sport said:

    Go find where I said that. I literally did not say that ever. Do you know what the word "literally" means?

     

    You're saying Ken Anderson could've done what Montana did -- which is so unbelievably wrong.

     

    I can see why, as a Bengals fan, you refuse to give Joe proper credit since won half of his rings vs Cincy. It's as if you feel robbed and still lose sleep over those games.


  7. 1 minute ago, Sport said:

    100%? He still had to play the part, just as Joe Montana had to play the part.

     

    Just put Ken Anderson in. It literally hurts nobody. 

     

    You're literally saying "Ken Anderson wins four Super Bowls if he's on the 49ers", which is one of the more ridiculous things I think I've ever heard


  8. 4 minutes ago, Sport said:

    He proved the offense everyone still uses can work. That offense became the motor for the dynasty of the 80's. Find the lie. 

     

    Um, so, 100% of that credit actually goes to Bill Walsh.

     

      

    4 minutes ago, Sport said:

    Ken Riley, god rest his soul and the fifth most interceptions in NFL history should get in too

     

    Another guy i've barely heard of


  9. 1 minute ago, Sport said:

    I've made my argument and the history's all there for you to read. His era's comps are almost exclusively in the Hall of Fame, he's got better stats than a lot of them, and he was the prototype west coast QB before it was even called that. I've made my point, but if you wanna keep being a tit about Ken Anderson and the Hall of Fame that's up to you.

     

    It was couched in sound reason, which you keep ignoring. I'll post it a third time so you can read it again. 

     

    His case is his numbers are comparable or better than a lot of guys who are already in the hall of fame and he played most of his career in a defensive era and still has high completion percentages, yards, and yards per attempt. He won an MVP, Four times best passer rating, one of the best completion percentage of the era. He has objectively better stats than many QBs in the hall of fame including Terry Bradshaw. He has basically the same number of passing yards as Troy Aikman with fewer attempts. If Dan Fouts is the bar he's right there with Dan Fouts, who never won an MVP or played in a Super Bowl himself. If Ken Stabler's the bar he's way better than Ken Stabler. From the perspective of the story of football, you can't tell it without him - He was the guinea pig for the West Coast offense before it was called that. His numbers appear modern, but he played in the 70's when it was legal for DBs to murder wide receivers. There's no Joe Montana if Ken Anderson doesn't do it for ten years first. 

     

    The reasons he's not in is the "FAME" part of Hall of Fame, which brings us back to how the Bengals don't celebrate their past great players, and that he didn't win a Super Bowl, which isn't a prerequisite to the Hall. He's got a really good Hall-of-Fame case and isn't even that hard to make.

     

    You've convinced me. Ken "Montana's Daddy" Anderson is without a shadow of a doubt a high-tier member of the Paul Brown Ring Of Fame, next to the likes of Ickey Woods and Terrell Owens


  10. 11 minutes ago, Sport said:
    14 minutes ago, Cujo said:

     

    How this reads: Ken Anderson made Joe Montana's career.

     

    Ken Anderson proved Bill Walsh's offense could work in the NFL. Bill Walsh doesn't get a head coaching gig without him so yes in a way he did. 

     

    Ken Anderson made Montana AND Walsh? That's unbelievable! Tell me more


  11. 1 hour ago, Sport said:
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    You can easily tell the story of football without mentioning ken Anderson because he honestly wasn’t that important. I barely heard of the guy other than from you claiming he’s a sure bet HOFer.

     

    Not my fault you don't know football. 

     

      

    Just now, Htown1141 said:

    Randall Cunningham is up there, too. Now THAT is a man you can't tell the story of the NFL without.

     

    You can't tell the story of the NFL without Scott Norwood, but we aren't putting him in Canton.