ESPN is asking NFL fans to vote on the single greatest player in their history. Above is the link to the Packers choices.
My last full night in Calgary before I fly back home to St. Petersburg. Although its not too late, I am very tired. I havent even voted myself, because I'd like to sleep on it.
Though I will say that at the moment I am torn between Favre and White. Blame my age if you must. Ill try to be more objective after I get some much needed sleep.
My question to you of course would be to ask whom you would choose from that list, but also, are there any players not listed whom deserves a mention?
Here is the list of choices they provide.
Willie Davis, DE (1961-69):
Holds the Packers' team record for most fumbles recovered with 21.
Brett Favre, QB (1992-2007):
Favre is the only three-time AP MVP in NFL history and holds seven NFL records.
Paul Hornung, RB (1957-66):
The No. 1 pick led the league in scoring for three straight seasons.
Don Hutson, WR (1935-45):
Packers all-time leading touchdown receptions leader with 99.
Ray Nitschke, LB (1958-72):
Anchored a disciplined defense that helped win five NFL titles and two Super Bowls.
Bart Starr, QB (1956-71):
Second behind Favre in franchise passing yards, touchdowns and completions.
Jim Taylor, FB (1958-66):
Franchise best career rushing yards, touchdowns and single-season touchdowns.
Reggie White, DE (1993-98):
Notched 68.5 sacks to become the Packers' all-time leader.
Willie Wood, DB (1960-71):
Finished career second in franchise history with 48 interceptions.
Herb Adderley, CB (1961-69):
Packers record-holder for most interceptions for touchdowns in a career with seven.
Ill try to give a better opinion tomorrow. Need sleep badly.