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All Decade 53 man roster

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by ivo610, May 14, 2010.

  1. ivo610

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  2. FrankRizzo

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    The list is fair.
    Woodson and Favray.
    Favray did enough to warrant backup role in that decade I guess.

    Pretty lean decade for us all in all.
     
  3. PackersRS

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    Yeah, they start by putting McNabb ahead of 2x SB winner Roethlisberger, and put Lorenzo Neal, though a great FB, ahead of Shaun Alexander, who was the best RB in the NFL for 2 years...

    Not a great list...

    And they don't even mention Kampman... But do Julius Peppers... Go take a look at the production both had during the decade, and tell me in a straight face that Peppers was better than Kampman...
     
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    Wow.

    I read that article and was trying to find two Packers. I found Woodson. Then I came back here and saw Frank's post.

    I'm so over Brett Favre that he didn't register in my mind as a Packer.
     
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  6. Jess

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    Neal was a fullback, Alexander was a big halfback. Different positions.

    And the numbers back up the Peppers over Kampman pick. And it's really not even close. 81 sacks to 54. 6 double digit sack seasons to 2. And they were in the league the same amount of years. I don't care what you'll say about how Kampman tries hard on every play and Peppers takes plays off, you really can't argue all that much with those numbers.
     
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    If your talking consistency over a whole decade I reckon DD should get a mention--great numbers, great locker room presence and never takes a play off.
     
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    Well, you're right. In the decade, you're right.

    If you take the time Kampman was a starter, then it's a different thing.

    If you consider running plays (A.K.A tackles) then it's a different thing.

    But since 2002, Peppers has been more productive than Kampman. Even taking plays off...
     
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    I love DD as much as anyone but no double digit TD seasons makes it a tough case to argue for him to make all decade.
     
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    McNabb is so overrated its untrue
     

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