Discussion in 'Sports Forum' started by Max_123, Feb 5, 2018.
Fred Taylor was a beast & I love my new avatar. Fuck the Titans.
I gotta drink like nine of those fuckers before im even having a "time"
Here's both Ray Lewis and Randy Moss saying that Fred deserves to be in the hall and that he was one of the most dangerous players of their era. Lewis also mentions Eddie George, and Moss was like "nah between George & Taylor I take Taylor".
Also, Lewis went from 220 pounds to 260 pounds between his 3rd and 5th year in the league, what the FUCK lol. Because he was in a division with Bettis, Taylor, Dillon & George.
RBs are a dime a dozen. You could scramble that list 100x and I would probably have no issue with it. lol
Huh, found some other quotes after searching.
Jim Brown -
Troy Polamalu -
Ray Lewis (at a different time) -
Warren Sapp -
Lofa Tatupu -
why do this
I don't agree with Lofa Tatupu that he was better than LT. LT was a bad man. Tomlinson is the only back I'd say was better than Fred at the time.
But at least the players knew how good Taylor was even though he didn't get the Pro Bowl votes & stuff to get in the HOF
It's Hall of Fame week and imo he's my number one Jags snub in terms of talent
Jimmy Smith, I get, because there is a huge backlog at WR, just too many great WR in history. Dominant receivers became very prolific toward the end of Smith's career.
But Fred was better than half the runningbacks in the damn HOF
holy shit Lofa Tatupu
blast from the past
Will never forget that name haha
the LOB makes it easy to forget the Seahawks were known for their defense in the 2000s too
Randall is killing me.
Y’all remember that electric glide video by LT?
Kyle Shanahan: The gift that keeps on giving.
Now that @GreatBeardRecs is a Rams fan, I have to post all the Texans news
Did he switch? Is he just addicted to losing to the Pats in the playoffs??
I mean that criteria must apply to a solid 50% of us if that were the case
i hate dave
I don't think that's true.
Look out everyone, it’s the *squints* Oakland/Las Vegas/Tucson/Birmingham Raiders!!!
I bought myself one of those 2019 Steelers desk calendars where you tear off a page each day thinking it would be pretty interesting. But it's not at all. Most of the facts and trivia are about the 2016 season. I was hoping for some interesting tidbits from any time prior to me watching football. For example - today's "fact" is that Jordan Berry averaged 45.6 yards per punt in 2016. Who gives a shit?
Jordan Berry's mom