Bengals Fans: HOF Protest Rally

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Re: Bengals Fans: HOF Protest Rally

Postby rewing84 » Wed Jun 23, 2021 3:27 pm

Brian wolf wrote:Who are the other Bengals you endorse Robert ?
Bergey was more an Eagle but still should make the Hall one day, I believe ...


Glad you ask Brian
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Seniors

K.Anderson

Tim Krumrie

Montoya

Parrish

Riley


Modern

Willie Anderson

Corey Dillon
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Re: Bengals Fans: HOF Protest Rally

Postby Brian wolf » Thu Jun 24, 2021 12:02 am

I actually thought you liked more players. I liked Dillon and Krumrie alot as well. When a nose tackle is on, over 1000 tackles, he is going beyond his job but didnt get the accolades. Montoya and Blados were talented on the offensive line along with Munoz but arent as remembered.
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Re: Bengals Fans: HOF Protest Rally

Postby rewing84 » Thu Jun 24, 2021 6:51 pm

Brian wolf wrote:I actually thought you liked more players. I liked Dillon and Krumrie alot as well. When a nose tackle is on, over 1000 tackles, he is going beyond his job but didnt get the accolades. Montoya and Blados were talented on the offensive line along with Munoz but arent as remembered.


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Re: Bengals Fans: HOF Protest Rally

Postby Brian wolf » Fri Jun 25, 2021 3:04 pm

Thanks Robert ... Casanova was good too but a short career like Reid. If Holman at TE had more TD catches, his future case would have been even more solid ...
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Re: Bengals Fans: HOF Protest Rally

Postby sluggermatt15 » Fri Jul 16, 2021 9:24 am

Dillon is a very interesting case. His numbers are pretty darn good - almost 90 total TDs & over 13,000 total yards. But never an all-pro selection. HOVG lock though. His career is similar to some guys that are in - Floyd Little, Jerome Bettis... and others who should/could be in - Herschel Walker, Marshawn Lynch.

Anderson I see in the HOF at some point.
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Re: Bengals Fans: HOF Protest Rally

Postby Brian wolf » Mon Aug 23, 2021 9:35 pm

Cincinnati will be rocking tomorrow if Riley gets the nomination. He has a very cool jersey on ebbetts.com.
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Re: Bengals Fans: HOF Protest Rally

Postby SixtiesFan » Tue Aug 24, 2021 3:53 pm

sluggermatt15 wrote:Dillon is a very interesting case. His numbers are pretty darn good - almost 90 total TDs & over 13,000 total yards. But never an all-pro selection. HOVG lock though. His career is similar to some guys that are in - Floyd Little, Jerome Bettis... and others who should/could be in - Herschel Walker, Marshawn Lynch.

Anderson I see in the HOF at some point.


Some years ago I saw an article about O.J. Simpson's career as a whole. One point was that on paper O.J.'s numbers look similar to Corey Dillon's career numbers. I agree that Dillon should be in the HOVG.
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Re: Bengals Fans: HOF Protest Rally

Postby Brian wolf » Tue Aug 24, 2021 4:01 pm

Though underutilized as a receiver, Dillon was a great blocker to me. I have seen him bury people. That and a championship should help him for HOF ...
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Re: Bengals Fans: HOF Protest Rally

Postby conace21 » Wed Aug 25, 2021 12:06 am

SixtiesFan wrote:
sluggermatt15 wrote:Dillon is a very interesting case. His numbers are pretty darn good - almost 90 total TDs & over 13,000 total yards. But never an all-pro selection. HOVG lock though. His career is similar to some guys that are in - Floyd Little, Jerome Bettis... and others who should/could be in - Herschel Walker, Marshawn Lynch.

Anderson I see in the HOF at some point.


Some years ago I saw an article about O.J. Simpson's career as a whole. One point was that on paper O.J.'s numbers look similar to Corey Dillon's career numbers. I agree that Dillon should be in the HOVG.


Ignoring the fact that OJ played in a 14 game season, and the general consensus that OJ had a five year run as the best RB in the league, and had 2 of the best 5 or 6 seasons by a RB ever. His 2,000 yards in 14 games in 1973 earned him every award an athlete could win for that year.

His 1,800 yards and 23 total touchdowns in 1975 was even better.
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