OBI nails this one - finally someone with some insight....Obi1 said:ND,
Young #4 had to have been watching the highlights on TV... He wasn't even IN the NFL, much less Green bay...
Majik WAS the antithesisto the prototype QB. On the move, athletic, tough and unpredictable!
He MAY have been the prototype of the NEW age of QBs... A la Vick, culpepper...
[email protected] said:Are you kidding me..those of you who think that Majik shouldn't be in the PHOF?
Look at the team and the coach he had at the time. Geez, the man had done it almost singlehandedly. His o-line and RB's sure didn't help.
Sterling Sharpe and Brent Fullwood made the ProBowl in 89, along with Tim Harris on defense, so Majkowski must have had some help.
I wholly expected to hear this type of comment from the Bear's fan crowd... totally!Philtration said:You are joking about this right? There is only one hall of fame and this guy will get in when he pays admission at the door.
Man, how I remember ol' six guns... that was the move!ArizonaPackerFan said:Sterling Sharpe and Brent Fullwood made the ProBowl in 89, along with Tim Harris on defense, so Majkowski must have had some help.
musccy said:One of my favorite dry jokes of all time (pun intended)...
2 guys walk into a bar is a classic set-up for a joke, so when you first read it, "bar" is intended to be interpreted as a tavern.
However, the joke is that the bar is really meant to be a metal or plastic bar, or something like that, and to avoid whacking himself on the head, the third guy ducks underneath it.