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  1. I’ll post the on the site! Congrats to all players & their coaches! next season think we have votes for our first owner to be part - maybe have a 1 owner per season can on the ballot consist of (in no particular order - maybe a random number associated w ea 1-7 and whoever gets number drawn is the candidate for that ballot?) Brookston kamphuna turbo: Clemens / Barry bonds/ Albert “Joey” belle /TY cobb where guys is a total jerkoff but body of work is remarkable and does the body of work outweigh the person’s off the field antics discdolo arncoem Swamp chiefsjr
  2. https://retroworldexpo.com/ Next Saturday! I will be setting up next Friday and have some guest passes for free entrance to the event for my online guys that show up! they have tons of stuff going on both days Saturday & Sunday! Tecmo Super Bowl will Be Saturday 11am - 6pm
  3. Pit (swamp) at Sea (DT) seattle 10 pit 7 next up Pit @ Tenn
  4. Congratulations to the offensive rookie of the year, IND Colts RB Terrell Davis @MattyD
  5. Even though a weak class I enjoyed looking over them & seeing where they are all time vs their same position peers. Upcoming will be some candidates w not much to think about or compare to other players required as their names alone will get the votes so This class was interesting outside of Dave Krieg it worthy. As always thanks Big Paulie! @BigFatPaulie
  6. I was bored this am - liked looking them up. Some reason thought Gary clark was more dominant until really looked at his seasons. Retro Nate did most w him early on.
  7. Couple other players in their first year hall of fame eligibility looking for write in votes: WR Gary Clark: 289 receptions 10,661 yards (1 of 11 to hit 10k rec yards) 91 touchdowns 3x pro bowl 2x all pro played entire 9 year career w/ TB & 50ms 75 rec. along w/ Jim Everett made the offensive strategy of “Speed-Ball” a household recognized term in WTF. Started career w/ 2 coaches (retronate & jpthebowler) before offensive coordinator / Head Coach Speed came in for 1990-1993. LB Stan Blinda 85 sacks (9th place sacks all time) 2x Pro Bowl LB Otis Wilson 103 sacks (6th place all time) 1x pro bowl 1x all pro 1982 WTF Championship Ring
  8. Dave Krieg - Yes if Dan Marino didn’t get traded to SF & Sam Graddy not drafted for Marino then Krieg is still #1 all time QB. Sits at 2nd across the board for all major career stats. Consider only 1 season of his career was at 63pc (never 69pc) - a 56pc QB for majority of career. Easy vote Art Still - No he’s 3rd all time in Sacks for DL but the 1st & 2nd place are light years ahead of him in w/ 88 for Millard & 91 for Howie Long, while Still is at 57 sacks for his career. Tackles same thing: Millard had 255 & Long 579 / while Still had 150 career tackles. - huge drop off between Still & other 2. Darrin Nelson - yes he waited a year to get in & his numbers receiving are insane being league leader for career in both RB Receptions & Yards. Include his 1,000+ yards rushing counted on & a Super Bowl ring & he gets it. Roland James - No even though his career tackles are number 1 for career he only had 3 seasons of double digit ints. Coming from a DB that for his 3 seasons of 69int he has 6, 12, and 5 ints in those seasons. IMO a hall of fame DB when at height of their attributes has to dominate. His 12 int season was nice but it was sandwiched by 6 & 5. Those are LB int totals for some - not a hall of fame DB. Still a great career & 2 SB rings. Steve Fuller - Yes Fuller being at 5th / 6th etx for career stats Will see him stay at that spot for a long time to come as nobody close to him is still playing. He had Only 4 seasons at 50PC w the other 7 being a 44pc QB in a league that the average pro bowl QB Is 63pc so Fuller took what he had to work w & made the most out of it. Most 44pc QBs are backups or 50% TD to INTs. Fuller had a 4 year stretch where he threw the ball w/ ridiculous precision to the tune of 151 Touchdowns vs 31 ints. That’s unheard of from a 44/50 pc QB in our league! Congrats Fuller!
  9. Congrats Vinny T & Coach @discdolo on first MVP of amazing career! There’s still 4 voters left to cast their ballots but w/ Vinny carrying a 5 vote lead over ea of the other 4 candidates it’s officially over. He’s locked up his long sought after Offensive MVP award & going out in style having already announced this will be his final season.
  10. will add tap meter in next revision ? (please)
  11. home team listed first* 2ND ROUND NE (Kovalkin) BUF (Tadaos)---------------winner: vs ---------------------------------DAL (Kamp) SEA (DT) vs PIT (Swamp)--------------Pit vs TEN (JPbowler))----------Ten OAK (Thrash) DAL/ Kamphuna leads w/ +14 point victory earns bye
  12. NOS / NO Saints & Stalltalk / GB Packers forfeit their first round games on their own so the NE Patriots / Kovalkin move on taking the 1 seed from NO & JPtheBowler moves on taking the 2 seed from the GB Packers.
  13. CRAZY final min of game w/ TB scoring to tie at 14! Then Daryl Moose w/ the 102 yarder for the win.. Great game to watch!!
  14. Congrats to the Defensive Rookie of the year Derrick Brooks congrats @johny_mx & the Miami Dolphins. Brooks in his rookie year was voted to the pro bowl, All Pro Team & now finishes up w the D ROY as well. His 6 ints by a Rookie LB & 4 sacks will wreak havoc on QBs for many seasons to come.
  15. Houston Texan LB Darion Conner has the D MVP award locked up. This is Darion’s 3rd D MVP following up on his 1991 and 1993 Awards. Conner is also the the league leader for sacks All Time. Considering he’s only in his 6th season he is going to set the all time sack record so high it probably won’t be challenged.
  16. After further review - Lonnie Young kept that he was tied for the total tackles league lead w/ fellow all pro DB Ray Buchanan of the Green Bay Packers w/ 88. Not sure if LY overlooked this or on purpose didn’t submit this info on his MVP Ballot credentials application. “Stall-talk the Wise of the Shire” thanks for pointing this out about “Lying Lonnie” : formerly known as “Lonnie the Living Lightning”
  17. 1995 All Pro Team QB1 - Brad Johnson (CHI) QB2 - Vinny Testaverde (NYG) RB1 - Thurman Thomas (NE) RB2 - Bo Jackson (CHI) RB3 - Emmitt Smith (NYG) RB4 - Larry Centers (ATL) WR1 - Jimmy Smith (PIT) WR2 - Ed McCaffrey (CHI) WR3 - Johnnie Morton (TB) WR4 - Sam Graddy (SF) TE1 - Marcus Pollard (DAL) TE2 - Keith Jackson (TB) OL1 - Keith Sims (CHI) most total yards OL2 - Roman Fortin (NE) most rushing yards OL3 - Dermontti Dawson (PIT) most passing yards OL4 - Mike Utley (TB) fewest sacks OL5 - Tim Grunhard (TB) OL5 from best KR DL1 - Michael Bankston (BUF) DL2 - Gilbert Brown (TEN) DL3 - John Randle (NO) LB1 - Roman Phifer (PIT) LB2 - Darion Connor (HOU) LB3 - Derrick Brooks (MIA) LB4 - Marvcus Patton (SF) DB1 - Lonnie Young (SF) DB2 - Wayne Haddix (IND) DB3 - Lemuel Stinson (HOU) DB4 - Ray Buchanan (GB) K - Brad Dalusio (IND) P - Stuart Dodds (MIA)
  18. AFC QB1 - Brad Johnson (CHI) QB2 - Drew Bledsoe (CAR) RB1 - Thurman Thomas (NE) RB2 - BO Jackson (CHI) RB3 - Larry Centers (ATL) RB4 - Garrison Hearst (SEA) WR1 - Ed McCaffrey (CHI) WR2 - Johnnie Morton (TB) WR3 - Willie Anderson (JAX) WR4 - Rob Moore (ATL) TE1 - Keith Jackson (TB) TE2 - Reggie Johnson (NE) OL1 - Keith Sims (CHI) most total yards OL2 - Roman Fortin (NE) most rushing yards OL3 - Barrett Brooks (TB) most passing yards OL4 - Mike Utley (TB) fewest sacks OL5 - Tim Grunhard (TB) OL5 from best KR DL1 - John Randle (NO) DL2 - Ted Washington (OAK) DL3 - Keith Millard (TB) LB1 - Darion Connor (HOU) LB2 - Dennis Byrd (DEN) LB3 - Mark Fields (NO) LB4 - William Thomas (CHI) DB1 - Lemuel Stinson (HOU) DB2 - Tom Carter (CHI) DB3 - Dana Hall (SEA) DB4 - Ray Buchanan (GB) K - Norm Johnson (GB) P - Mitch Berger (OAK) NFC QB1 - Vinny Testaverde (NYG) QB2 - Brett Favre (CLE) RB1 - Emmitt Smith (NYG) RB2 - Curtis Martin (TEN) RB3 - Marshall Faulk (BAL) RB4 - Ronald Moore (WAS) WR1 - Jimmy Smith (PIT) WR2 - Sam Graddy (SF) WR3 - Isaac Bruce (CLE) WR4 - Michael Irvin (DAL) TE1 - Marcus Pollard (DAL) TE2 - Mark Chmura (HOU) OL1 - Dermontti Dawson (PIT) most total yards OL2 - Jumbo Elliott (BAL) most rushing yards OL3 - Ray Roberts (PIT) most passing yards OL4 - Brendan Stai (IND) fewest sacks OL5 - Randall McDaniel (BUF) OL5 from best KR DL1 - Gilbert Brown (TEN) DL2 - Michael Bankston (BUF) DL3 - James Jones (NYG) LB1 - Roman Phifer (PIT) LB2 - Derrick Brooks (MIA) LB3 - Marvcus Patton (SF) LB4 - Cornelius Bennett (WAS) DB1 - Lonnie Young (SF) DB2 - Wayne Haddix (IND) DB3 - Jeff Burris (HOU) DB4 - Darren Perry (TEN) K - Brad Daluiso (IND) P - Stuart Dodds (MIA)
  19. Dallas 24 Miami 14 recap per Kamphuna Rd 1 of OL HP Tourney, All the former Cowboys conspire to help the idiot Cowboys fan as Hershel Walker fumbles twice to the Cowbys, and Bernie Kosar is slow getting sacked and getting caught on 4th down run shy of first, and Jason Garrett comes in and connects with Micheal Irvin for 3 TDs, Final 24 14
  20. First round games (highest point diff gets bye in 2nd round *if all games played - if a double forfeit no bye- & if tie for margin of victory tie break be reg season record & then point diff in reg season ). 1 NO Saints (NOS) 14 Ne Pats @Kovalkin (NE - win via forfeit) 2 GB (STALLTALK) 13 @Jpthebowler (TEN - win via forfeit) 3 SEA (SEA +10) 12 HOU Oilers 4 TB 11 PIT (PIT +7) 5 DAL (DALLAS +10) 10 MIA 6 OAK 9 JAX the Mack (OAKLAND +4) 7 WAS 8 BUF (BUF +14) home team listed first* 2ND ROUND 1 NE (Kovalkin) 2 TEN (JPbowler) 3 TBD SEA/HOU 4 PIT (Swamp) 5 DAL (Kamp) 6 OAK (The Mack) 7 BUF (Tadaos) currently DAL/ Kamphuna leads w/ +14 point for the 2nd round BYE but Sea vs Hou still be played.
  21. The official CT Tecmo Eleven (EL) theme reveal:
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