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    Bengals Top 50

    If you go to Bengals.com you can vote on the top 50 all time players.
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    Already noticed threy left Alfred Williams off tge list he was a #1 pick in the 90s.

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    They Kinta and Blake on the list lol.

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    Missing Eric Bieniemy, Stanley Wilson, Jeff Cothran, Derrick Fenner at rb.

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    They forgot David Grant Keith Rucker, Sam Adams, Skip McClendon and Daniel Stubbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Footballforever74 View Post
    Missing Eric Bieniemy, Stanley Wilson, Jeff Cothran, Derrick Fenner at rb.
    There's a reason they were not listed for
    the top 50. They weren't too 50
    caliber. The best FB this team
    ever had was Pete Johnson followed by Ickey Woods. Nuff said

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    Quote Originally Posted by Footballforever74 View Post
    They forgot David Grant Keith Rucker, Sam Adams, Skip McClendon and Daniel Stubbs.
    Thank God you aren't making the list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellbird View Post
    There's a reason they were not listed for
    the top 50. They weren't too 50
    caliber. The best FB this team
    ever had was Pete Johnson followed by Ickey Woods. Nuff said
    Look at the list and some of the players you can pick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellbird View Post
    There's a reason they were not listed for
    the top 50. They weren't too 50
    caliber. The best FB this team
    ever had was Pete Johnson followed by Ickey Woods. Nuff said
    Lorezo Neal was the best fullback then Johnson and Cothran. Ickey was used as a running back mostly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Footballforever74 View Post
    Lorezo Neal was the best fullback then Johnson and Cothran. Ickey was used as a running back mostly.
    Neal was the 3rd best behind Johnson and Woods.
    Get out of here with Cothran. And it is clear you are too young to have gotten to watch Pete Johnson, but he wasn't the best FB because of blocking like Neal made
    his living doing, Pete Johnson was a big time running FB. He was Ickey before Ickey ever held a football.

    Pete Johnson rushed over 1400 times in his career which averaged over 13 carries a game which was almost double the avg of carries Ickey Woods avg'd a game in his career.

    *mic drop*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellbird View Post
    Neal was the 3rd best behind Johnson and Woods.
    Get out of here with Cothran. And it is clear you are too young to have gotten to watch Pete Johnson, but he wasn't the best FB because of blocking like Neal made
    his living doing, Pete Johnson was a big time running FB. He was Ickey before Ickey ever held a football.

    Pete Johnson rushed over 1400 times in his career which averaged over 13 carries a game which was almost double the avg of carries Ickey Woods avg'd a game in his career.

    *mic drop*
    I watched Johnson play in person I was a huge fan of his.

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    Lorenzo Neal was a 4 time Pro Bowler, he had 807 yards rushing, 1086 yards receiving 18 tds and played 239 games. He was a devastating lead blocker.

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    Pete Johnson was more of a running back. They both should be on the top 50.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellbird View Post
    Neal was the 3rd best behind Johnson and Woods.
    Get out of here with Cothran. And it is clear you are too young to have gotten to watch Pete Johnson, but he wasn't the best FB because of blocking like Neal made
    his living doing, Pete Johnson was a big time running FB. He was Ickey before Ickey ever held a football.

    Pete Johnson rushed over 1400 times in his career which averaged over 13 carries a game which was almost double the avg of carries Ickey Woods avg'd a game in his career.

    *mic drop*
    According to Wikipedia he is kisted as a RB and had 5626 yards 3.8 yards a carry and 76 tds.

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