In person, as a kid.leisure said:Man I never woulda thought :no:
side note....have any of you kiddies even seen Lance play?
I prolly woulda went with that had I seen him play more. I was overseas quite a bit durin the Alworth years, and back then AFN and AFRTS sucked the big one.Shamrock said:That was my vote, too.
He's a 7 time Pro Bowler. Look at what he did for 7 of the years he was with us (seasons 2 - 8), and with the freer rules allowing DBs to "rape" the WR. Plus, there were fewer games in the season than the modern 16 games.leisure said:Lance was great but he was not the greatest :no:
That was Lance Alworth.Shamrock said:Look at what Mix did. I think TWO holding calls in TWELVE years - and that was back when OL had to keep their arms inside their bodies.
First AFL player in the Hall of Fame.
My bad. Oh well, Mix is still a stud OT from his era, and worthy of being mentioned on that list.Trumpet_Man said:That was Lance Alworth.
Lance Alworth was the first AFL player inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. :yes:
thejdog said:LAnce was a little before my time so gotta go with Fouts.
He proved that it's poosible ro have mediorcre arm strength along with a beer gut and be a stud in this league.
Ditto.thejdog said:When I was a teenager pre-internet days living in Hemet-tucky without access to the SD paper, I used to subscribe to Chargers Football Weekly. I planned my whole week around getting that rag and come to find out FO was either the editor or one of the writers so Dude is the man.
Love to see him post over here..