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  • After Six Games, Tex Maule Declares Jim Brown Best RB Ever

    Talk about good early reviews:

    http://vault.sportsillustrated.cnn.com/ ... /index.htm

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    Re: After Six Games, Tex Maule Declares Jim Brown Best RB Ev

    Originally posted by bijanc
    Talk about good early reviews:
    It's not like he hadn't torn everybody up at 'Cuse first.
    I like the irony in the article about the 100,000 fans in LA.

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      What always gets lost in the Jim Brown story is the fact that his running back (Brown was a fullback) mate Bobby Mitchell was faster and more elusive and more a threat to break something than Brown was. Mitchell was a great kick returner and a HOF wide receiver (position change once he became a Redskin...why????) Mitchell would leave Cleveland after 4 seasons where he had a 5.4 average.

      The Jim Brown/Bobby Mitchell combo has to be the best.."thunder & lighting "..ever. Czonka/Mercury Morris in second.


      Mitchell being one of the 10 (#5) most elusive runners ever. Yep you can check him out ...youtube.

      Oh yeah...

      Jimmy Brown was the best combo of speed/agility/power we've seen. That's why he's the best. He could run over and out run.

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