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Old 09-05-2005, 10:57 AM   #1
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Jerry Rice.....thanks!

For all the years of incredible football.
You will be missed!
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Old 09-05-2005, 01:37 PM   #2
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i didnt know he read this message board
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He does....I just got his response, he wanted me to say hi to you.
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He actually said, "Chizip, eat my dust............"

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jerry rice is the all time leader in recieving touchdowns, recieving yards and total catches.

the difference between Jerry's leading stats and #2 on the list is:
67 touchdowns
7,961 yards
448 total catches

Only 24 players in NFL history have 67 touchdowns, 7,961 yards and 448 total catches.

Think about that. At an average of 6 recievers per team, there's approx. 192 active wide recievers in the NFL right now. And only 24 wide recievers in the HISTORY of the NFL have the difference in touchdowns, yards and catches between Jerry Rice and the #2 guy on those respective lists.
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I think Jerry goes by the interference alias "Rice in a Suitcase"

he's stilll a babyface though
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Jerry Rice = Class Act, True Sportsman

It'll be a long time before anyone comes along that can hold a candle to him.
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I miss Sterling Sharp
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I miss Sterling Sharp
Really?

Don't get me wrong ... he was a great player, but I think in some ways, he held Favre back by being the "go to" wide receiver.

In the season after Sharpe was let go, Green Bay went on to win its first NFC Central Division championship and Favre was named the league's MVP.
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Sadly, with the rules becoming more pass-friendly over the years, Randy Moss may very well break Jerry Rice's receiving records. He needs to stay healthy for another 10 years and smoke less pot. Or more pot, I can't remember which.
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Really?

Don't get me wrong ... he was a great player, but I think in some ways, he held Favre back by being the "go to" wide receiver.

In the season after Sharpe was let go, Green Bay went on to win its first NFC Central Division championship and Favre was named the league's MVP.
True, but when I became a Packers fan Favre wasn't the QB. Some Polish retard (Makowski or something) held the starting job. So Sterling Sharp was the only gem on the team. And he was freakin great!!!
PS. I miss Antonio Freeman as well
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True, but when I became a Packers fan Favre wasn't the QB. Some Polish retard (Makowski or something) held the starting job. So Sterling Sharp was the only gem on the team. And he was freakin great!!!
PS. I miss Antonio Freeman as well
Please don't call Polish people retards

I have been a loyal fan of the Packers for my whole life ... suffering through the good and the bad.

Don "The Magic Man" Majkowski

I never said Sterling wasn't a good player. I think that because Sterling was such a great player, there was a lot of pressure on Majkowski and later Favre to get the ball in his hands.

When Sterling left, there was less pressure on Favre to get the ball into one particular player's hands and he was free to spread the love and get the balls into the hands of all of his receivers and tight ends.
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Greatest Receiver Ever....we'll miss him, on top of the record and class list.
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i guess i shouldnt have drafted him on my fantasy team
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Don "The Magic Man" Majkowski
My neighbor used to be Don Majkowski and I would be Sterling Sharp in my backyard when I grew up in Wisconsin. Oh the memories.

Sterling Sharp also was the man on Sega Genesis NFL Football 94.
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