Bengals First 50: Specialists

View Poll Results: Pick 5 specialists.

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  • Bahr, Chris

    0 0%
  • Breech, Jim

    16 94.12%
  • Graham, Shayne

    5 29.41%
  • Jennings, Stanford

    5 29.41%
  • Johnson, Lee

    7 41.18%
  • Larson, Kyle

    1 5.88%
  • Lewis, Dave

    0 0%
  • Mack, Tremain

    2 11.76%
  • Martin, Mike

    6 35.29%
  • McInally, Pat

    9 52.94%
  • Muhlmann, Horst

    4 23.53%
  • Pelfrey, Doug

    11 64.71%
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    Bengals First 50: Specialists

    As a part of the celebration of the Bengal's 50th year of existence, the organization is having fans vote on a "First 50" team of the 50 greatest past Bengals players. The voting period has officially ended, but I thought it might be fun to discuss who you'd pick by position.


    Given the percent of specialists from the total pool of players to choose from, you should be able to pick 5 of them from this list and still keep a fairly even distribution from among other positions.


    You can check out the players in the link and look at some basic info on their individual careers with the team. Bengals First 50

    SPECIALISTS:
    1) Bahr, Chris
    2) Breech, Jim
    3) Graham, Shayne
    4) Jennings, Stanford
    5) Johnson, Lee
    6) Larson, Kyle
    7) Lewis, Dave
    8) Mack, Tremain
    9) Martin, Mike
    10) McInally, Pat
    11) Muhlmann, Horst
    12) Pelfrey, Doug
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    @horst muhlmann ...who's your top pick?

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    Breech, Jim
    Johnson, Lee
    McInally, Pat
    Muhlmann, Horst

    I will only take 4 and save the extra pick for another position.

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    If Leapin' Lemar Parrish isn't on the list the list is invalid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clyde View Post
    If Leapin' Lemar Parrish isn't on the list the list is invalid.
    I think that is because Lemar will be on the DBs ballot. Stanford Jennings and Mike Martin will not be at their positions.

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    Jennings amd Mack where great returners.

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    No Neil Rackers on the list lol?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Footballforever74 View Post
    Jennings amd Mack where great returners.
    Very good but not as good as Parrish.

    I think Parrish has the record for punts returned for a TD and was a great kick returner as well. This was a miss by the Bengals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clyde View Post
    Very good but not as good as Parrish.

    I think Parrish has the record for punts returned for a TD and was a great kick returner as well. This was a miss by the Bengals.
    Parrish:

    Kick returns 24.7 1 TD
    Punt returns 9.2 4 TDs

    Mack:

    Kick return: 24.5 avg 2 TDs
    No punt returns

    Jennings:

    Kick returns: 20.0 1 TD
    No punt returns

    Mike Martin

    Kick returns 21.9 0 TDs
    Punt returns 9.9 0 TDs

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    Where is Mike Nugent?

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    Am I wrong for thinking Kevin Huber needs to be in this conversation somewhere?

    Holds franchise records for gross average and net punting. Been with Bengals for 7 years now, only getting better averages as the years go on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EQUUS GREVYI View Post
    Am I wrong for thinking Kevin Huber needs to be in this conversation somewhere?

    Holds franchise records for gross average and net punting. Been with Bengals for 7 years now, only getting better averages as the years go on.
    Pretty sure the "rules" were no current players and no players at multiple positions.

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    Yes,i agree. The players in the poll should be,ex players. Mike Martin was a solid player,all around!!! Could return kick offs and punts. Was a better than average wide receiver. Keep it coming guys.

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