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    In his prime Stabler was money in the bank with under 2 minutes. Ghost to the post. He eviscerated the Bmore Colts .

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    Quote Originally Posted by billy007 View Post
    the last sentence is kind of unnecessary - don't tell me the old guys didn't have their own ways of trying to get an edge!
    Exactly.... Receivers with stick'em.... STERIODS....

    Great breakdown on cheating here....lol

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    SUMMARY: According to former Raider Matt Millen, Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis had a sign with the "Raider Rules" posted above the Raiders locker room:

    THE RAIDER RULES

    Cheating is encouraged
    See rule #1

    Squishygate (1976) flag

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    SUMMARY: Former New England Patriots quarterback Steve Grogan gave a radio interview where he said that when they went to Oakland to play in the 1976 playoff game the field was soaking wet. California had a drought at that time, so he figured the Raiders had done that to slow them down. In 1976, the Patriots were one of the best rushing teams.


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    SUMMARY: Oakland Raiders quarterback Ken Stabler was a great player. He was also an accomplished cheater.

    Stabler was known to improvise, even if it meant breaking the rules, in order to win. Many opponents claimed he greased his jersey so he could slip out of their grasp. In a game in 1977 against the San Diego Chargers, the Raiders were down by six points with a few seconds left on the clock. They were in the red zone and Stabler was attempting to pass one as the clock was expiring. His receivers were covered, so Stabler fumbled the ball forward as he was being dragged down to the turf by a Chargers defender.

    Running back Pete Banaszak then batted the ball towards the end zone where tight end Dave Casper kick the ball into the end zone and fell on it. The Raiders won, despite the Chargers protesting the play. Stabler confessed later on that he fumbled the ball forward on purpose. The NFL rules committee soon placed a rule that no more “lmmaculate Deceptions," or “Holy RoIlers” would be allowed ever again.


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    Turns out that DENVER is the biggest cheater of all time...lol... https://yourteamcheats.com/DEN

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    Quote Originally Posted by atomicpunk5151 View Post
    Exactly.... Receivers with stick'em.... STERIODS....

    Great breakdown on cheating here....lol

    https://yourteamcheats.com/OAK

    SUMMARY: According to former Raider Matt Millen, Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis had a sign with the "Raider Rules" posted above the Raiders locker room:

    THE RAIDER RULES

    Cheating is encouraged
    See rule #1

    Squishygate (1976) flag

    TEAM: The Oakland Raiders

    SUMMARY: Former New England Patriots quarterback Steve Grogan gave a radio interview where he said that when they went to Oakland to play in the 1976 playoff game the field was soaking wet. California had a drought at that time, so he figured the Raiders had done that to slow them down. In 1976, the Patriots were one of the best rushing teams.


    More on Ken Stabler.....

    SUMMARY: Oakland Raiders quarterback Ken Stabler was a great player. He was also an accomplished cheater.

    Stabler was known to improvise, even if it meant breaking the rules, in order to win. Many opponents claimed he greased his jersey so he could slip out of their grasp. In a game in 1977 against the San Diego Chargers, the Raiders were down by six points with a few seconds left on the clock. They were in the red zone and Stabler was attempting to pass one as the clock was expiring. His receivers were covered, so Stabler fumbled the ball forward as he was being dragged down to the turf by a Chargers defender.

    Running back Pete Banaszak then batted the ball towards the end zone where tight end Dave Casper kick the ball into the end zone and fell on it. The Raiders won, despite the Chargers protesting the play. Stabler confessed later on that he fumbled the ball forward on purpose. The NFL rules committee soon placed a rule that no more “lmmaculate Deceptions," or “Holy RoIlers” would be allowed ever again.


    More on the Steelers here.... https://yourteamcheats.com/PIT

    Turns out that DENVER is the biggest cheater of all time...lol... https://yourteamcheats.com/DEN
    Bill Parcells has a story about some shenanigans Bill Walsh used to pull….




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    Quote Originally Posted by atomicpunk5151 View Post
    I am probably going Roger Staubach slightly over Stabler or Bradshaw. BUT HELL, I may flip flop if you asked me tomorrow.....

    Stabler just threw so many INTs. Also had some fumbles.

    It is nitpicking though.... all 3 guys are HOF.
    I'd take Staubach over both, and I'd take Stabler way over Bradshaw.
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    It's not cheating is they put a rule in play AFTER the fact to make it illegal from that point forward.

    Just saying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave's Dreidel View Post
    I'd take Staubach over both, and I'd take Stabler way over Bradshaw.
    I’ll take Staubach as well …..but if we’re talking great QB’s of the 70’s…can we give some love to the criminally underrated Ken Anderson?


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    Quote Originally Posted by steve mcqueen View Post
    I’ll take Staubach as well …..but if we’re talking great QB’s of the 70’s…can we give some love to the criminally underrated Ken Anderson?


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    Quote Originally Posted by steve mcqueen View Post
    I’ll take Staubach as well …..but if we’re talking great QB’s of the 70’s…can we give some love to the criminally underrated Ken Anderson?
    Due to my age, I still more associate Ken Anderson with the 1981 Bengals, his MVP and as a contemporary of the 80s 49ers. That is when they finally broke through in the 80s.

    But I didn't see him LIVE in the 70s much. He did play from 1971 to 1986. Had several great all-pro season in the 70s. 1974-76 was really good. Probably a bit underrated from people in my age range.

    If they win that Super Bowl in 1981, Anderson would be much more known, especially in the History and record books. Obviously that completely changes the Narrative.

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    Kenny was damn good . Paul Brown never had a defense to go with him that all took steroids like the Stillers and Raiders.I saw OJ smear what looked like vasoline with a tounge depressor on his legs sitting on the bench.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edwardv View Post
    Nope but I can imagine he was a rock star back in the day. When Bert Jones was a rookie he did an appearance at a local appliance store in Baltimore. Me and my buddy headed over and it was like back stage at Motley Crue with the hot chicks buzzing around him. All he had to say was...Hey wanna check out my new microwave over at my place?
    Bert was an ass magnet? Wow, I wouldn't have expected that reaction from the ladies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LAD-1972 View Post
    Bert was an ass magnet? Wow, I wouldn't have expected that reaction from the ladies.
    Good lucking guy in the 70's who's the QB of a NFL team? What part surprises you about him pulling it in?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave's Dreidel View Post
    Good lucking guy in the 70's who's the QB of a NFL team? What part surprises you about him pulling it in?
    He seemed more of a backwoods Cabela’s type of guy. IDK… just a different vibe. I guess that doesn’t matter much to the women.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LAD-1972 View Post
    Bert was an ass magnet? Wow, I wouldn't have expected that reaction from the ladies.
    He was banging a waitress at the Rusty Scupper one of my buddies worked there. Bruce Laird was an ass magnet too. They would send him into a Fells Pt bar to troll then the lineman would come in. Bert was already married with twins I think. He is was a Cabela's guy don't matter when your NFL MVP. Dudes in his 70s now I'm a dinosaur.

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    Another nice win by the Packers today. They have a huge test this Thursday vs. the Cardinals.
    Man, the Bears have some serious issues. I heard Nagy's visors are now on clearance at Claire's (available at most malls in the Midwest).

    The Chiefs might be in serious trouble if Mahommes is out for more than a couple of weeks.

    The Bengals seem to be for real this year!!
    Just go for it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BREW CREW View Post
    Another nice win by the Packers today. They have a huge test this Thursday vs. the Cardinals.
    Man, the Bears have some serious issues. I heard Nagy's visors are now on clearance at Claire's (available at most malls in the Midwest).

    The Chiefs might be in serious trouble if Mahommes is out for more than a couple of weeks.

    The Bengals seem to be for real this year!!
    I think the Chiefs are in trouble even if Mahomes is in the lineup. Defenses have figured them out.

    Nagy sucks and so does Fields.
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