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Im sorry to all you Patriots haters out there and there are lots of you but Brady is the best ever hands down in my book. Four Super Bowl wins six SB appearances two time NFL MVP and most importantly...married to Gisele Bundchen In the 2007 season Brady posted 50 touchdowns and 8 interceptions which pretty much happens only when playing Madden on easy. Brady has been playing the NFL on easy for his entire career and is still going strong. While a strong case could be made for Montana and Manning neither has as many super bowl wins appearances or marriages to super models as Brady does. An unabashed Celtics fan Jay Schuster is Boston bred and raised and currently resides just north of the city. He is a Proposal Manager for a large company in downtown Boston and graduated from Salem State College in Salem MA. In his free time Jay loves playing and watching sports surprise surprise weightlifting and getting clobbered in both Monopoly and Clue by his daughter. Im sorry to all you Patriots haters out there and there are lots of you but Brady is the best everIm sorry to all you Patriots haters out there and there are lots of you but Brady is the best ever hands down in my book. Four Super Bowl wins six SB appearances two time NFL MVP and most This was by far the toughest position to pick the best ever at. Ive chosen Sanders over the others because Ive never seen a more incredible combination of balance vision and quickness like Barry had. Hell when you can say Barry to an NFL fan and they know who youre talking about you know you were good If you dont believe me hop on YouTube get some popcorn type in Barry Sanders and youre welcome This was the easiest category to choose from. Jerry Rice is not only the greatest wide receiver but is arguably the greatest football player ever. His ability to get open and run after the catch were legendary and his best moments seemed to come in the biggest games. Randy Moss and Tim Brown were both incredible WRs but arent even close to Rice. His 1549 career receptions and 208 TDs are both ridiculous numbers for a WR. I found tight ends to be a difficult position to choose. There are many different criteria used to evaluate tight ends including receiving and blocking. Tony Gonzalez was easily the worst blocker of the three very worthy candidates on this list but his pass catching and route running abilities were so special at the TE position that it really negates his poor run blocking skills. A special player and the greatest ever to play TE. Offensive linemen overall are probably the toughest to score only because its multiple positions included and different teams run different systems. John Hannah stands out to me as not only a fantastic pass blocking guard but also one that was famous for his pulling and run blocking. Pulling guards needed to be tough quick and have great balance and Hannah had all 3 including excellent size. The Patriots always had a great running game following The Hog and made it pretty clear they were running behind him most of the game. They dared teams to stop them and they still couldnt. As an aside Munoz is probably the greatest pass blocker of all time. Quarterback Tom Brady Runners-up Joe Montana Peyton Manning Running Back Barry Sanders Runners-up Jim Brown Adrian Peterson Wide Receiver Jerry Rice Runners-up Randy Moss Tim Brown Tight End Tony Gonzalez Runners-up Mike Ditka Ozzie Newsome Offensive Line John Hannah Runners-up Anthony Munoz Art Shell Coach Bill Belichick Runners-up Bill Walsh Vince Lombardi 21