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Player of the Decade, each sport

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NFL: Brian Jennings
NBA: Ben Wallace
MLB: Bobby Crosby
Originally posted by ImaMod:
NFL: Brian Jennings
NBA: Ben Wallace
MLB: Bobby Crosby

I dunno I think Coby Karl has been better then Big Ben.
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Originally posted by NinerFanMT:
Originally posted by ImaMod:
NFL: Brian Jennings
NBA: Ben Wallace
MLB: Bobby Crosby

I dunno I think Coby Karl has been better then Big Ben.

Ben Wallace has some great offensive skills though..Its a close one..I love Ben Wallace's mid range J..
Originally posted by ImaMod:
Originally posted by NinerFanMT:
Originally posted by ImaMod:
NFL: Brian Jennings
NBA: Ben Wallace
MLB: Bobby Crosby

I dunno I think Coby Karl has been better then Big Ben.

Ben Wallace has some great offensive skills though..Its a close one..I love Ben Wallace's mid range J..

True true but Karl's assist to turnover ratio is probably the greatest of all time. I'm just in awe evertyime I see him play.
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Originally posted by ImaMod:
Originally posted by NinerFanMT:
Originally posted by ImaMod:
NFL: Brian Jennings
NBA: Ben Wallace
MLB: Bobby Crosby

I dunno I think Coby Karl has been better then Big Ben.

Ben Wallace has some great offensive skills though..Its a close one..I love Ben Wallace's mid range J..

word.


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Originally posted by Dino:
Originally posted by ImaMod:
Originally posted by NinerFanMT:
Originally posted by ImaMod:
NFL: Brian Jennings
NBA: Ben Wallace
MLB: Bobby Crosby

I dunno I think Coby Karl has been better then Big Ben.

Ben Wallace has some great offensive skills though..Its a close one..I love Ben Wallace's mid range J..

word.



[ Edited by ImaMod on Dec 30, 2009 at 4:26 PM ]
NFL: Tom Brady
NBA: Tim Duncan
MLB: Barry Bonds
NCAA Basketball: Tyler Hansbrough
Originally posted by fortyninerglory:
Mixed Martial Arts: Fedor Emelianenko!



Whoever made this highlight reel SPED UP the film to make Fedor look more explosive than he actually is
MLB Pujols
NBA Duncan
NFL Brady
NHL Bobby Orr

NBA: Kobe
MLB: Pujols
NFL: Peyton Manning
NHL: uhhh...Lidstrom? He's good, right?
MMA: Fedor
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NBA: Shaq
NFL: Tom Brady (Peyton has the wins, but Brady brought the titles)
MLB: Pujols
NHL: (just be happy it still exists)

Cricket: Ricky Ponting (still a great batsman and Australia is still the team to beat in the world)
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NFL: Tom Brady
NBA: Tim Duncan
MLB: Barry Bonds
Originally posted by LA9erFan:
Originally posted by YourHuckleberry:
Originally posted by TX9R:
Originally posted by YourHuckleberry:
NBA - Kobe Bryant ( I hate to say it, but it's true)
NFL - Peyton Manning
MLB - Albert Pujols
NHL - nobody cares
College Football - Vince Young
College Basketball - Jay Williams

I'm sure that will be the popular choice here, but the fact is Kobe needs a dominant big man to do anything in the postseason, whereas Duncan IS a dominant big man and the best ever at his position.

Kobe just won a championship without a dominant big man

It's funny how Pau Gasol became "dominant" right around the time he joined the Lakers.

Anyway...

NBA: Kobe or Duncan...it's a coinflip. I'll pick Kobe because I'm a Laker fan.
NFL: Peyton Manning
MLB: Albert Pujols
College Football: Tim Tebow
College Basketball: Tyler Hansborough

Oh you mean the guy that took Memphis to three straight playoffs? The guy that took Spain to the Olympic Finals? Yeah... that guy is not dominant at all.

Edit: Also, I agree with your selections, I'd give Kobe and Timmy a tie. If this was somehow only a half-decade span(1st 5 years) I'd take Shaq.
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