|1||Jerry Rice||Wide Receiver||11||Greatest Wide receiver to play the game. His stat line;
1,549 receptions, 22,895 receiving yards, and 208 total touchdowns.
Rice earned this fame.
|2||Jim Brown||Running Back||5||He has acomplished. 12,312 rushing yards, and 106 touchdowns on the ground.
At 29, he shocked the world and retired from the game of
football IN HIS PRIME!
|3||Lawrence Taylor||Linebacker||4||Taylor was an absolute beast. Most feared defensive man of all time.|
|4||Joe Montana||Quarterback||4||With three Super Bowl MVP awards, playing 16 seasons, the, "Comeback kid," was the player. He played for the San Francisco 49ers.|
|5||Walter Payton||Running Back||1||Running back who played for the Chicago Bears for 13 seasons. (110 touchdowns)|
|6||Johnny Unitas||Quarterback||1||"The Golden Arm," played almost all of his career with the Baltimore Colts.|
|7||Don Hutson||Wide Receiver||1||A wide receiver for the 1935-1945 Green Bay Packers, all his records took years to be broken.|
|8||Tom Brady||Quarterback||1||Brady, and his four Super Bowl rings hold the edge over Manning and his lone championship. One of the best quarterbacks.|
|9||Dick Butkus||Linebacker||1||Dick Butkus was a feared tackler at 250 pounds & 6'3.|
|10||Reggie White||Defensive End?||1||White went on to grab a NFL record, 198 sacks, 13 consecutive Pro Bowl appearances (1986-1998), and one Super Bowl championship with the Green Bay Packers.|
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