Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by dupree89, Oct 29, 2013.
Roy Williams ( early years ) safety roy that is
RANDY HUGHES is a great name for this list. Thats a good job by you!!!!
Tipping Timmy? He may have been good for TDs inside the one but that it. I'd go with Scott Laidlaw.
Yeah give me Laidlaw as well, lol. But Timmy had a sweet catch to win it vs Tampa Bay back in 1983.
The Great Dwayne Harris
Tony hill - the forgotten receiver
You did say you had been drinking.
Gant, Bates, Kevin Williams (for a couple of years), Marion, Teague, 90's LBer Corp, Tolbert, Jeffcoat
Jimmy Jones, caught Haleys hit on Kelley in SB, was a good role player
Threads like this are depressing, mainly because I would have a hard time 20 years from now looking back at this current team and finding similar unheralded players to remember fondly.
Surprised. I was sure that someone would notice Joey Heatherton on my list.
Richie Anderson in our inept offense for 2 seasons.
I will admit, I enjoyed Terry Glenn while he was here.
Naming players from when I started watching. Only fair.
Walt Garrison, Robert Newhouse, Butch Johnson, Calvin Hill, Charlie Waters, Mel Renfro, Cliff Harris, Larry Cole, Lee Roy Jordan, DD Lewis, Billy Joe Dupree,Bob Breunig, Bennie Barnes,Ron Springs,Raphiel Septien,Tom Rafferty, Hollywood Henderson, Mike Saxon
20 Years? By next year I won't remember these players!!!!
K-Mart was always a favorite of mine
Add Kenny Gant to this list! The shark was awesome
Most of the guys I thought about are already mentioned so I'll have to dig a little deeper.
Two guys who I thought contributed greatly to our special teams in the 90s glory days were Joe Fishback and Elvis Patterson. Unsung heroes both of them in my opinion.
No seriously, wait. He wasn't a star QB by any means, the truth is, he played the most important position in the field, therefore he was always in the spotlight. He was -- in the words of Parcells -- the greatest bus driver ever. Think about it! He never really took over games solely with his arm. He never made spectacular highlights. He was just accurate enough, strong enough, leader enough and winner enough to guide the time, the spectacular team full of superstars to the promised land three times. He was a fantastic player, a non-star if you really put his numbers in perspective to other great QB's. Or maybe I'm just crazy.
6th rounder in 68.
Thought to be small and for some reason tried to make him a center.
Not one single pro bowl but held down his position for many years.
Novacek and Johnston. Considering they don't get alot of media love because of the triplets.
If you are just looking at stats sure! But unfortunately this is one if those situations where stats don't do a player justice.