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Packers All Time Roster

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  1. ivo610

    ivo610 Cheesehead

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    Whats would the packers all time roster look like?
     
  2. ivo610

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    Offense

    QB - Starr
    HB - Hornung
    FB - Taylor
    WR - Hutson
    WR - Lofton (sharpe was close)
    T - Gregg
    T - Cal Hubbard
    G - Gale Gillingham
    G - Jerry Kramer
    C - Jim Ringo
    TE - Keith Jackson
     
  3. y5nthon5a1

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    A better question--out of current Packers players, who could end up on the all-time team for the Pack?
     
  4. ivo610

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    Rodgers has an outside shot, Finley, maaaaaaybe woodson. Clay Mathews has the best shot I think. Depends if you count players who were only in GB a short time. example ted hendricks.
     
  5. PackersRS

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    Great idea! If this gets rep, I'll stick it!

    Here I go:

    Offense:

    QB - Starr
    RB - Hornung
    FB - Taylor
    WR1 - Don Hutson
    WR2 - Sterling Sharpe
    TE - Coffman
    OT - Gregg
    OG - Kramer
    C - Ringo
    OG - Thurston
    OT - Skoronski

    Defense:

    DE: Reggie White
    DT: Gravedigger
    DT: Henry Jordan
    DE: Willie Davis
    OLB: Dave Robinson
    MLB: Ray Nitschke
    OLB: Lee Roy Caffey
    CB: Herb Adderley
    CB: Charles Woodson
    S: LeRoy Butler
    S: Willie Wood

    ST:

    K: Chester Marcol
    P: Max McGee (Couldn't remember anyone, so I put a HOF WR that did punting)
    KR: Desmond Howard
    ST: Travis Jervey

    HC: Lombardi
    OC: Holmgren
    DC: Shurmur
    ST: Cromwell

    GM: Ron Wolf
     
  6. AllouezPackerFan

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    I like Clark Hinkle at running back instead of Hornung. The Golden Boy had too small a window of productive years. Don't think you can put two guys from the same backfield on the all-time team. Jim Taylor outrushed Hornung every year. Ahman Green is the team's all time leading rusher....perhaps even him instead of the Golden Boy.
     
  7. Raptorman

    Raptorman Vikings fan since 1966.

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    Chester Marcol? Are you kidding? How about Jacke or Longwell? Marcol barely made 62% of his field goals. Jacke and Longwell were far better kickers.
     
  8. PackersRS

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    Wha!!! The golden boy should be on every list. You need someone to score? Call Hornung. It only helps that he's from ND.

    He would be the best wildcat qb ever, as well.

    Jim Taylor outrushed him, that's why I put him as FB. But Hornung had more TDs.

    Really different styles.

    And after all, that's MY list...
    I'm sorry, are Longwell or Jacke on the Packers' HoF?

    Longwell is a douche, BTW. "Oh, it was te holder. Oh, it was the snapper. Oh, it was the wind. Oh, my *** was sore from all the action last night."

    I could think about Chris Jacke, but went with the polish guy.

    I didn't see them, BTW, Jacke and Marcol. I didn't see 80% of the guys on my list. So my argument is based on what I know from Packers history.
     
  9. Green_Bay_Packers

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    TUT TUT TUT

    Your Kickers are wrang but thats another story LOL, Yes LT I do need to stop with the joke I know!

    I amazed no 1 has Favre at QB just throwing it out there straight to Charles Woodson

    Ok ill stop trying to make jokes because im not funny
     
  10. PackersRS

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    I I had to make a all-time Packers roster that I've seen play, Favre would no doubt be #1...

    But I can't ignore what Starr did...
     
  11. AllouezPackerFan

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    Starr is the QB.....no doubt about it.
     
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    Offense:

    QB1: Brett Favre
    QB2: Bart Starr
    RB1: Jim Taylor
    RB2: Paul Horning
    RB3: Ahman Green
    FB: William Henderson
    WR1: Don Hutson
    WR2: Sterling Sharpe
    WR3: James Lofton
    WR4: Donald Driver
    TE1: Coffman
    TE2: Keith Jackson
    TE3: Mark Chmura
    OT: Forest Gregg
    OG: Jerry Kramer
    C: Ringo
    OG: Fuzzy Thurston
    OT: Skoronski

    Defense:

    DE: Reggie White
    DT: Gilbert Brown
    DT: Henry Jordan
    DE: Willie Davis
    OLB: Dave Robinson
    MLB: Ray Nitschke
    OLB: Lee Roy Caffey
    CB: Herb Adderley
    CB: Charles Woodson
    S: LeRoy Butler
    S: Willie Wood

    Special Teams:

    K: Chester Marcol
    P: Craig Hentrich
    KR: Desmond Howard
    ST: Travis Jervey

    HC: Vince Lombardi
    OC: Mike Holmgren
    DC: Fritz Shurmur
    ST: Nolan Cromwell

    GM: Ron Wolf

    CEO: Bob Harlan
     
  13. AllouezPackerFan

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    Frankie Winters getting no love at center? That O-line in 96 was pretty damn good. Aaron Taylor....Adam Timmerman....
     
  14. ivo610

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    Ted hendricks at linebackers?
     
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    Raptorman Vikings fan since 1966.

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    I see, for the kicker he has to be a Packer HOF'er but for other positions it doesn't matter. (Woodson and Howard.) Jacke made more field goals in 8 years then Marcol attempted in 9 with the Packers. Better kicking percentage in both FG and EP. But hey, it's your list.

    I also don't see much love fo McGee at WR. I would take him over Lofton.
     
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    I agree. Chris Jacke is the Packers best kicker. No doubt about it.....in my opinion, an argument can't even be made for anybody else. Status as a Packer Hall-of-Famer doesn't matter to me.

    I wouldn't take Max McGee over James Lofton. Lofton had around 400 more career receptions, 25 more touchdowns, and almost 8000 more career receiving yards. I know he played like 2 or 3 more years, but he played on some pretty weak teams for the Packers and he still put up those numbers. James Lofton is one of the best receivers in the history of the NFL. McGee was great, don't get me wrong, but I would much rather have Lofton.

    Top two receivers: Lofton and Hutson. Sharpe is third.
     
  17. PackersRS

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    I see an OL as a whole.

    I posted the most famous (and better, IMHO) formation of the best OL the Packers ever had, and the bedstone of that great dynasty.
     
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    Desmond Howard was a kick returner only. Noone is inducted as a KR.

    Woodson is still playing, and no doubt will be inducted.

    What's your point?

    Jacke could've been inducted already, but isn't.

    Marcol made some pretty decisive FGs.

    And about McGee or Lofton, I took the guy that could've been better than Rice, if it were not for injury, in Sterling Sharpe.

    By far the most talented receiver I've ever seen...
     
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    FWIW, I thought you were only using what he did with the Packers.

    Lofton's Packer only stats. 530 rec, 9656 yards, 18.2 per, 49 tds.
    Mcgee, only played with the Packers. 345 rec, 6349 yards. 18.4 per, 50 tds.

    Of course if you throw in what Lofton did after he left the Packers, then he has 75 tds.

    But again, it's your list.
     
  20. AllouezPackerFan

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    I actually haven't made a list. I'm doing exactly what you are....finding flaws in everyone elses'. Hahaha.
     
  21. Jess

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    I think the Favre/Starr debate is much closer than you guys seem to think it is. It all comes down to how you view a great QB, great stats or championships. Favre has the stats, he has a championship and went to another one, and he's the NFL's all time leader in wins.

    Starr, on the other hand, has 5 NFL championships and 2 Super Bowls. Do we count the NFL Championships? Who knows how many Favre would've won if he only had like 12 other teams in the league? Stats wise, they aren't great. A 152-138 TD to INT ratio (Favre's: 497–317). 24,718 passing yards (to Favre's 69,329).

    It's a tough decision and it's not as clear cut as you guys make it out to be. Starr's number of titles dwarfs Favre's, but Favre's stats dwarf Starr's.
     
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    Actually, Starr possesses the BEST post-season qb rating OF ALL TIME. That combined with 2 time SB MVP makes for an impecable argument, in my point of view.

    So, yeah, when it means nothing, Favre may have better stats. But when it means, Starr has the stats, the awards, and the championships...
     
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    The fact that Favre has the most career interceptions is a big red flag to me. Also the fact that Favre CONSISTENTLY blew it for us in the playoffs. I would take Starr over Favre....anyday.
     
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    Both are all decade players, starr won an mvp, favre won 3. then again the quality of QBs in Starrs era was much better than when Favre won his.
     
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    To me....its all about Championships, and solid play. I.E. not consistently throwing a high amount of interceptions.
     

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