Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by RazorbackTitans, Sep 13, 2013.
Walter Payton aka Sweetness
Or Earl Campbell aka The Tyler Rose
Warren Moon for me, no question.
Probably Joe Montana for me. Tony Dorsett when I was real young.
James Brooks, Randall Cunningham, Barry Sanders, Terance Mathis
Deion and Barry.
I was always a fan of the WR and Jerry Rice was definitely the best. Michael Irvin, Cris Carter and Randy Moss were also great to watch. But my all time favorite player who wasn't an Oiler/Titan would have to be Randall Cunningham. The man was amazing, had the cannon of Warren and the elusiveness of Barry.
Probably the most underrated defensive player of his time. So underrated in fact, that there's not even a decent quality highlight video of him on Youtube.
Grew up a Cowboys fan until the Titans came... Still should have that youth M Emmitt jersey somewhere.
I also liked Philadelphia's Randall Cunningham he was definitely one of the first QB's that would scramble all over the place giving defenses big headaches.I'll never forget the 1988 fog bowl playoff game when he threw for over 400 yards back when throwing for that many yards was a big deal.Also most people don't know that in 1989 Cunningham punted a ball 90 yards during a game against the Giants that is still an Eagles record and one of the longest punts in NFL history.The very next year he had a 95 yard pass against Buffalo who would go on to the Super Bowl later that season.Also that same season he had one of the best years ever for a rushing QB totalling over 940 yards.Nearly a decade later in 1998 he had his greatest season playing for Minnesota when he threw for 34 TD's and 10 INT leading Minnesota to a 15-1 record.Cunningham led the league with a 106.0 passer rating while the Vikings posted a then-NFL record 556 points during the 1998 season which also happened to be Randy Moss rookie year.The Vikings fell short of the Super Bowl losing the NFC championship to Atlanta 30-27 in overtime.Cunningham finished with 207 TD's and 134 INT while throwing for 30,000 yards.In my opinion he had a very exciting career.
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