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D&C's Maiorana: Top 100 Players In Bills History

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Lil Antoine at #33 ahead of Nate Clements at #45 is just wrong...

 

but nothing is as ridiculous as Jason Peters at #72 behind John "The Turnstile" Fina at #62. :bag:

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28 minutes ago, from_dunkirk said:

No Mark Kelso or Bill Simpson or Takeo Spikes?

 

Spikes seemed like a pretty glaring omission to me as well.

 

Not a big deal but I think putting Kelly over OJ is a mistake as well.  I think OJ and Bruce are a tie at #1.

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46 minutes ago, OrtonHearsaWho said:

 

Spikes seemed like a pretty glaring omission to me as well.

 

Not a big deal but I think putting Kelly over OJ is a mistake as well.  I think OJ and Bruce are a tie at #1.

 

Agreed. OJ has the highest YPC average of any RB ever. And he broke 2,000 yards in just 14 games on a bad team.

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10 hours ago, Rico said:

Lil Antoine at #33 ahead of Nate Clements at #45 is just wrong...

 

but nothing is as ridiculous as Jason Peters at #72 behind John "The Turnstile" Fina at #62. :bag:

He has McKelvin ahead of Peters. My god.

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Jack Kemp at 36 seems incredibly too high.  He was the QB two lead the bills to their only championship, twice, AFL players of the year.  The list has Lee Evans ahead of him?  In the Kemp write up discusses his yards etc, it was a completely different game back then for QBs.

 

And I agree Wray Carlton & Reich  should be on the list and Tony Greene too high.  Reich deserves consideration for the Comeback game alone.  

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McKelvin will be remembered forever for a game-turning fumble and Clay had a few good games but belongs no where near a list of top 100 Bills of all time.  Hell's bells, if you need a TE to help balance the list, I'd put Paul Seymour on it before him.  Agree with others that Frank Reich could fit somewhere on here and Flutie, like him or not, was the QB on two playoff teams and deserves to be a bit higher.  Joe D at five?  Gilmore overrated and confused about Ruben Brown at 16...good guard but Reggie McKenzie I think was better.

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1 hour ago, dave mcbride said:

He has McKelvin ahead of Peters. My god.

Jason Peters belongs in the top 10, if not top 5.

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I would put Takeo Spikes on there instead of Charles Clay

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Kept looking for Spielman on there.  Dude was killer.

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Robert James is so far underrated it's laughable. Oh well, he only played 7 years before that ugly knee injury. I'll never forget seeing his leg snap and letting out a long groan. He was my favorite Bill. Still is.

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1 hour ago, JÂy RÛßeÒ said:

Kept looking for Spielman on there.  Dude was killer.

Maybe with lions, not so much here.

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On 8/18/2019 at 8:51 PM, from_dunkirk said:

 

Frank Lewis was #49. Chandler was #58.

 

 

Will Grant was #97.

Meaning grant shouldnt have been on this

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