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  1. #11701
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    Quote Originally Posted by supertek65 View Post
    i would say to go 16-0
    and lose the big one is worse than not winning any!!!!!!!!!!

    2008 patriots worse team ever!!!!!!!!!!
    they made Patriots Jerseys that say 18-1

    LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubbleheadski View Post
    I remember watching the 70 superbowl... number 6? We beat Dallas! Beat em with a field goal. I do remember watching them play before that.... but not sure how far back. Johnny U was Da MAn! I turned 8 in Feb of 70.
    How long you been on the Bronco Wagon? I am 47 now..... so for 39+ yrs I have been a colts fan.....
    Holy cow. A young guy that remembers Johnny Unitas!!!!

    I was 17 then......
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    Quote Originally Posted by james80031 View Post
    they made Patriots Jerseys that say 18-1

    LOL.

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    bubbbbbz

    i was born in maryland, we are from fredrick, i was born in hyattsville. we were colts fans!!!!! then moved to sfo and always will be a niner fan and we lived in denver for a few years now in kc.
    marchetti has similar ties, my high school football team played his as did tom brady's hs and lynn swanns hs

    Gino John Marchetti (born January 2, 1927, Smithers, West Virginia) is a former professional American football player in the National Football League. A defensive end, he played in 1952 for the Dallas Texans and from 1953 to 1966 for the Baltimore Colts.

    Contents [hide]
    1 Early years
    2 Pro football career
    3 Restaurant
    4 Awards and honors
    5 References
    6 External links

    [edit] Early years
    Marchetti enlisted in the U.S. Army after graduating high school in Antioch, California and fought in the Battle of the Bulge as a machine gunner during World War II. Upon returning home after the war, he attended Modesto Junior College (Calif.) for a year before joining the football program at the University of San Francisco, where his team enjoyed an undefeated season in 1951. He was drafted in the second round with the 14th overall pick by the New York Yanks in 1952. In 2004, Marchetti was voted to the East-West Shrine Game Hall of Fame.[1]

    [edit] Pro football career
    During his rookie season, the Yanks became the Dallas Texans, which became the Baltimore Colts in 1953. and of course was owned by lamar hunt who then changed them to the kansas city chiefs!!!!!!Marchetti played 13 seasons with the Colts and helped them win NFL Championships in 1958 and 1959. During his career, he was noted for being effective against the run and a relentless pass-rusher. Voted "the greatest defensive end in pro football history," as selected by the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1969.[2]

    Moved to left offensive tackle in 1954, a position Marchetti hated, but admitted that it taught him how to beat a blocker. Returned to defensive end in 1955 and made his first Pro Bowl.

    He made a big play in the 1958 NFL Championship Game when he prevented the New York Giants from gaining a first down. Unfortunately for him, he fractured his ankle on that same play but, as a team captain, insisted on watching the rest of the historic overtime contest from the sideline with his teammates rather than seeking immediate medical attention in the locker room. The injury forced him to miss the Pro Bowl that year and ended his string of nine consecutive Pro Bowl appearances. Gino was First-team All-Pro nine times and a Second-team selection once. Called by Sid Gillman, the Los Angeles Rams head coach, "(T)he greatest player in football. It's a waste of time to run around this guy's end. It's a lost play. You don't bother to try it."[3]

    Enshrined in the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame in 1985.[4] Also a member of the National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame.

    [edit] Restaurant
    In 1959, Marchetti joined with several of his teammates, including Alan Ameche, and opened a fast food restaurant. The business grew, began to franchise, and would eventually become known as Gino's Hamburgers. It was a successful East Coast regional fast food chain and had 313 company-owned locations when they were sold to Marriott International in 1982 who abandoned the name in favor of their Roy Rogers restaurants.

    [edit] Awards and honors
    Pro Bowl Selection (1955-1965)
    All-NFL Selection (1956-1964)
    NFL 50th Anniversary Team ([1969)
    Pro Football Hall of Fame (1972)
    Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame (1985)
    NFL 75th Anniversary Team (1994)
    All-Madden All-Millennium Team (2000)
    NFL All-Time Team (2000)
    In 1999, he was ranked number 15 on The Sporting News' list of the 100 Greatest Football Players, the second-highest-ranking defensive end behind Deacon Jones.
    National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame
    [edit] References
    1.^ Gino Marchetti (Class of 2004) – East-West Shrine Game Hall of Fame.
    2.^ Gino Marchetti – Pro Football Hall of Fame.
    3.^ Gino Marchetti (Football's 100 Greatest Players) – The Sporting News.
    4.^ Gino Marchetti (Class of 1985) – Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame.
    [edit] External links
    Smith, Don. "Gino Marchetti," The Coffin Corner, Vol. 18, No. 5, 1996.
    Ravens Nest Baltimore Colts Page
    Sundays at 2:00 With the Baltimore Colts. (ISBN 0-87033-476-X)
    Gallery of Gino Marchetti's football cards
    Klingaman, Mike. "Catching Up With...former Colt Gino Marchetti," The Toy Department (The Baltimore Sun sports blog), Wednesday, October 14, 2009.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubbleheadski View Post
    I remember watching the 70 superbowl... number 6? We beat Dallas! Beat em with a field goal. I do remember watching them play before that.... but not sure how far back. Johnny U was Da MAn! I turned 8 in Feb of 70.
    How long you been on the Bronco Wagon? I am 47 now..... so for 39+ yrs I have been a colts fan.....
    I WILL SELL WORK,GENERATE BUSINESS, GO GET NEW CUSTOMERS!
    YOU SHUT THE HELL UP AND QUIT RUNNING YOUR MOUTH!

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    Quote Originally Posted by james80031 View Post
    well, I was born in Denver and as anyone here can tell you, you are born a Broncos fan, so 35 years.
    Ah.... well was at sea plugging holes in the ocean when we copied the news weather and sports during message downloads. When the Radiomen showed me the news stating Baltimore colts had moved to Indy.... I accused them of rigging the news like they did when they said Jimmy Hoffa's body was found under the runway at chicago's Ohare airport. They assured me they didnt touch the download because they had gotten into trouble with the XO for doing the Hoffa thing. (the XO believed that news!!!)
    My dad who was from Baltimore got mad at me because I didnt shift teams when they moved..... Told him I didnt care.. I was a colts fan! (even when Bert Jones didnt produce!)
    Silent Service........ Death From Below!

    Somewhere in Kansas, a town found a village idiot!

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    omg!

    lol!!

    Quote Originally Posted by james80031 View Post
    I WILL SELL WORK,GENERATE BUSINESS, GO GET NEW CUSTOMERS!
    YOU SHUT THE HELL UP AND QUIT RUNNING YOUR MOUTH!

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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    Holy cow. A young guy that remembers Johnny Unitas!!!!

    I was 17 then......
    so you probably remember him and Joe Namath in super bowl 3 or 4. How did that one end Warren? just kidding buddy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    Holy cow. A young guy that remembers Johnny Unitas!!!!

    I was 17 then......
    LOL.... I like it whan I surprise even YOU Goosie!
    Johnny U wore a Viet Nam style flak jacket and played with broken ribs... He use to take a pounding. But damn was he good!
    Silent Service........ Death From Below!

    Somewhere in Kansas, a town found a village idiot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by supertek65 View Post
    bubbbbbz

    i was born in maryland, we are from fredrick, i was born in hyattsville. we were colts fans!!!!! then moved to sfo and always will be a niner fan and we lived in denver for a few years now in kc.
    marchetti has similar ties, my high school football team played his as did tom brady's hs and lynn swanns hs

    Gino John Marchetti (born January 2, 1927, Smithers, West Virginia) is a former professional American football player in the National Football League. A defensive end, he played in 1952 for the Dallas Texans and from 1953 to 1966 for the Baltimore Colts.

    Contents [hide]
    1 Early years
    2 Pro football career
    3 Restaurant
    4 Awards and honors
    5 References
    6 External links

    [edit] Early years
    Marchetti enlisted in the U.S. Army after graduating high school in Antioch, California and fought in the Battle of the Bulge as a machine gunner during World War II. Upon returning home after the war, he attended Modesto Junior College (Calif.) for a year before joining the football program at the University of San Francisco, where his team enjoyed an undefeated season in 1951. He was drafted in the second round with the 14th overall pick by the New York Yanks in 1952. In 2004, Marchetti was voted to the East-West Shrine Game Hall of Fame.[1]

    [edit] Pro football career
    During his rookie season, the Yanks became the Dallas Texans, which became the Baltimore Colts in 1953. and of course was owned by lamar hunt who then changed them to the kansas city chiefs!!!!!!Marchetti played 13 seasons with the Colts and helped them win NFL Championships in 1958 and 1959. During his career, he was noted for being effective against the run and a relentless pass-rusher. Voted "the greatest defensive end in pro football history," as selected by the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1969.[2]

    Moved to left offensive tackle in 1954, a position Marchetti hated, but admitted that it taught him how to beat a blocker. Returned to defensive end in 1955 and made his first Pro Bowl.

    He made a big play in the 1958 NFL Championship Game when he prevented the New York Giants from gaining a first down. Unfortunately for him, he fractured his ankle on that same play but, as a team captain, insisted on watching the rest of the historic overtime contest from the sideline with his teammates rather than seeking immediate medical attention in the locker room. The injury forced him to miss the Pro Bowl that year and ended his string of nine consecutive Pro Bowl appearances. Gino was First-team All-Pro nine times and a Second-team selection once. Called by Sid Gillman, the Los Angeles Rams head coach, "(T)he greatest player in football. It's a waste of time to run around this guy's end. It's a lost play. You don't bother to try it."[3]

    Enshrined in the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame in 1985.[4] Also a member of the National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame.

    [edit] Restaurant
    In 1959, Marchetti joined with several of his teammates, including Alan Ameche, and opened a fast food restaurant. The business grew, began to franchise, and would eventually become known as Gino's Hamburgers. It was a successful East Coast regional fast food chain and had 313 company-owned locations when they were sold to Marriott International in 1982 who abandoned the name in favor of their Roy Rogers restaurants.

    [edit] Awards and honors
    Pro Bowl Selection (1955-1965)
    All-NFL Selection (1956-1964)
    NFL 50th Anniversary Team ([1969)
    Pro Football Hall of Fame (1972)
    Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame (1985)
    NFL 75th Anniversary Team (1994)
    All-Madden All-Millennium Team (2000)
    NFL All-Time Team (2000)
    In 1999, he was ranked number 15 on The Sporting News' list of the 100 Greatest Football Players, the second-highest-ranking defensive end behind Deacon Jones.
    National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame
    [edit] References
    1.^ Gino Marchetti (Class of 2004) – East-West Shrine Game Hall of Fame.
    2.^ Gino Marchetti – Pro Football Hall of Fame.
    3.^ Gino Marchetti (Football's 100 Greatest Players) – The Sporting News.
    4.^ Gino Marchetti (Class of 1985) – Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame.
    [edit] External links
    Smith, Don. "Gino Marchetti," The Coffin Corner, Vol. 18, No. 5, 1996.
    Ravens Nest Baltimore Colts Page
    Sundays at 2:00 With the Baltimore Colts. (ISBN 0-87033-476-X)
    Gallery of Gino Marchetti's football cards
    Klingaman, Mike. "Catching Up With...former Colt Gino Marchetti," The Toy Department (The Baltimore Sun sports blog), Wednesday, October 14, 2009.



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    WOW
    Silent Service........ Death From Below!

    Somewhere in Kansas, a town found a village idiot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by james80031 View Post
    so you probably remember him and Joe Namath in super bowl 3 or 4. How did that one end Warren? just kidding buddy.
    I didnt watch it... if I did I dont remember.... but I know we lost. Broadway Joe wasted us!
    Silent Service........ Death From Below!

    Somewhere in Kansas, a town found a village idiot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by supertek65 View Post
    bubbbbbz

    i was born in maryland, we are from fredrick, i was born in hyattsville. we were colts fans!!!!! then moved to sfo and always will be a niner fan and we lived in denver for a few years now in kc.
    marchetti has similar ties, my high school football team played his as did tom brady's hs and lynn swanns hs

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    I had a few relatives who moved to Frederick from Baltimore. I had one cousins husband who was a driver for the governor of Maryland. I had quite a few relatives in Baltimore. I believe they live in Catonsville.
    Silent Service........ Death From Below!

    Somewhere in Kansas, a town found a village idiot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubbleheadski View Post
    I didnt watch it... if I did I dont remember.... but I know we lost. Broadway Joe wasted us!
    just ribbin ya a little bit. See I even have a Payton Manning shirt
























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    Quote Originally Posted by supertek65 View Post
    bubbbbbz

    i was born in maryland, we are from fredrick, i was born in hyattsville. we were colts fans!!!!! then moved to sfo and always will be a niner fan and we lived in denver for a few years now in kc.
    marchetti has similar ties, my high school football team played his as did tom brady's hs and lynn swanns hs

    Gino John Marchetti (born January 2, 1927, Smithers, West Virginia) is a former professional American football player in the National Football League. A defensive end, he played in 1952 for the Dallas Texans and from 1953 to 1966 for the Baltimore Colts.

    Contents [hide]
    1 Early years
    2 Pro football career
    3 Restaurant
    4 Awards and honors
    5 References
    6 External links

    [edit] Early years
    Marchetti enlisted in the U.S. Army after graduating high school in Antioch, California and fought in the Battle of the Bulge as a machine gunner during World War II. Upon returning home after the war, he attended Modesto Junior College (Calif.) for a year before joining the football program at the University of San Francisco, where his team enjoyed an undefeated season in 1951. He was drafted in the second round with the 14th overall pick by the New York Yanks in 1952. In 2004, Marchetti was voted to the East-West Shrine Game Hall of Fame.[1]

    [edit] Pro football career
    During his rookie season, the Yanks became the Dallas Texans, which became the Baltimore Colts in 1953. and of course was owned by lamar hunt who then changed them to the kansas city chiefs!!!!!!Marchetti played 13 seasons with the Colts and helped them win NFL Championships in 1958 and 1959. During his career, he was noted for being effective against the run and a relentless pass-rusher. Voted "the greatest defensive end in pro football history," as selected by the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1969.[2]

    Moved to left offensive tackle in 1954, a position Marchetti hated, but admitted that it taught him how to beat a blocker. Returned to defensive end in 1955 and made his first Pro Bowl.

    1958 giants nice roster!!!!!!!!

    He made a big play in the

    1958 NFL Championship Game when he prevented the New York Giants from gaining a first down. Unfortunately for him, he fractured his ankle on that same play but, as a team captain, insisted on watching the rest of the historic overtime contest from the sideline with his teammates rather than seeking immediate medical attention in the locker room. The injury forced him to miss the Pro Bowl that year and ended his string of nine consecutive Pro Bowl appearances. Gino was First-team All-Pro nine times and a Second-team selection once. Called by Sid Gillman, the Los Angeles Rams head coach, "(T)he greatest player in football. It's a waste of time to run around this guy's end. It's a lost play. You don't bother to try it."[3]

    Enshrined in the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame in 1985.[4] Also a member of the National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame.

    [edit] Restaurant
    In 1959, Marchetti joined with several of his teammates, including Alan Ameche, and opened a fast food restaurant. The business grew, began to franchise, and would eventually become known as Gino's Hamburgers. It was a successful East Coast regional fast food chain and had 313 company-owned locations when they were sold to Marriott International in 1982 who abandoned the name in favor of their Roy Rogers restaurants.

    [edit] Awards and honors
    Pro Bowl Selection (1955-1965)
    All-NFL Selection (1956-1964)
    NFL 50th Anniversary Team ([1969)
    Pro Football Hall of Fame (1972)
    Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame (1985)
    NFL 75th Anniversary Team (1994)
    All-Madden All-Millennium Team (2000)
    NFL All-Time Team (2000)
    In 1999, he was ranked number 15 on The Sporting News' list of the 100 Greatest Football Players, the second-highest-ranking defensive end behind Deacon Jones.
    National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame
    [edit] References
    1.^ Gino Marchetti (Class of 2004) – East-West Shrine Game Hall of Fame.
    2.^ Gino Marchetti – Pro Football Hall of Fame.
    3.^ Gino Marchetti (Football's 100 Greatest Players) – The Sporting News.
    4.^ Gino Marchetti (Class of 1985) – Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame.
    [edit] External links
    Smith, Don. "Gino Marchetti," The Coffin Corner, Vol. 18, No. 5, 1996.
    Ravens Nest Baltimore Colts Page
    Sundays at 2:00 With the Baltimore Colts. (ISBN 0-87033-476-X)
    Gallery of Gino Marchetti's football cards
    Klingaman, Mike. "Catching Up With...former Colt Gino Marchetti," The Toy Department (The Baltimore Sun sports blog), Wednesday, October 14, 2009.



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    Charlie Conerly 37 10 6 88 for 184, 1,199 yards, 10 td, 9 int, & 12 rushes for -17 yards and 0 td Washington Redskins / 13th / 127th pick / 1945

    QB Don Heinrich 28 4 6 26 for 68, 369 yards, 4 td, 2 int, & 5 rushes for 4 yards and 1 td New York Giants / 3rd / 35th pick / 1952

    FB Mel Triplett 27 3 0 118 rushes for 466 yards, 1 td, & 7 catches for 110 yards and 0 td New York Giants / 5th / 56th pick / 1955

    LH Frank Gifford* 28 6 0 115 rushes for 468 yards, 8 td, & 29 catches for 330 yards and 2 td New York Giants / 1st / 11th pick / 1952

    RH Alex Webster* 27 3 0 100 rushes for 398 yards, 3 td, & 25 catches for 279 yards and 3 td Washington Redskins / 11th / 123rd pick / 1953

    LE Kyle Rote 31 7 0 12 catches for 244 yards, 3 td New York Giants / 1st / 1st pick / 1951

    LT Rosey Brown*+ 26 5 0 1 fumble recovered New York Giants / 27th / 321st pick / 1953

    LG Al Barry 28 4 0 1 fumble recovered Green Bay Packers / 30th / 355th pick / 1953

    C Ray Wietecha*+ 30 5 12 1 fumble recovered New York Giants / 12th / 150th pick / 1950

    RG Bob Mischak 26 Rook 0 Cleveland Browns / 23rd / 276th pick / 1954

    RT Frank Youso 22 Rook 0 New York Giants / 2nd / 23rd pick / 1958

    RE Bob Schnelker* 30 5 0 24 catches for 460 yards, 5 td Cleveland Browns / 29th / 377th pick / 1950

    Defensive Starters
    LDE Jim Katcavage 24 2 0 0 interceptions, 3 fumbles recovered New York Giants / 4th / 45th pick / 1956

    LDT Dick Modzelewski 27 5 0 Washington Redskins / 2nd / 16th pick / 1953

    RDT Rosey Grier 26 3 0 0 interceptions, 1 fumble recovered New York Giants / 3rd / 31st pick / 1955

    RDE Andy Robustelli+ 33 7 0 0 interceptions, 2 fumbles recovered Los Angeles Rams / 19th / 228th pick / 1951

    LLB Bill Svoboda 30 8 0 Chicago Cardinals / 3rd / 29th pick / 1950

    MLB Sam Huff*+ 24 2 0 2 interceptions, 1 fumble recovered New York Giants / 3rd / 30th pick / 1956

    RLB Harland Svare 28 5 0 1 interception, 2 fumbles recovered Los Angeles Rams / 17th / 204th pick / 1953

    LDH Ed Hughes 31 4 0 Los Angeles Rams / 10th / 117th pick / 1954

    RDH Carl Karilivacz 28 5 0 3 interceptions, 1 fumble recovered Detroit Lions / 23rd / 277th pick / 1953

    LS Lindon Crow 25 3 0 3 interceptions, 3 fumbles recovered Chicago Cardinals / 2nd / 14th pick / 1955

    RS Jimmy Patton*+ 25 3 0 11 interceptions, 2 fumbles recovered New York Giants / 8th / 92nd pick / 1955

    Special Teams Starters
    K Pat Summerall 28 6 0 12 of 23 field goals & 28 of 30 extra points Detroit Lions / 4th / 45th pick / 1952

    P Don Chandler 24 2 0 65 punts for a 44.0 average, 0 blocked New York Giants / 5th / 57th pick / 1956

    PR Don Maynard 23 Rook 0 24 punt returns for a 4.9 average and 0 td New York Giants / 9th / 109th pick / 1957

    KR Phil King 22 Rook 0 13 kick returns for a 21.5 average and 0 td New York Giants / 1st / 12th pick / 1958


    RosterGlossary · ProBowl(*), 1st-team All-Pro(+), · CSV · PRE
    No. Age Pos G GS Wt Ht College/Univ BirthDate Yrs Drafted (tm/rnd/yr)
    68 Al Barry 28 G 12 0 238 6-2 USC 12/24/1930 4 Green Bay Packers / 30th / 355th pick / 1953

    71 M.L. Brackett 25 DE-DT-LB 12 0 248 6-5 Auburn 7/4/1933 2 Chicago Bears / 2nd / 22nd pick / 1956

    79 Rosey Brown*+ 26 T 11 0 255 6-3 Morgan State 10/20/1932 5 New York Giants / 27th / 321st pick / 1953

    34 Don Chandler 24 FB-P-K 12 0 215 6-2 Florida 9/5/1934 2 New York Giants / 5th / 57th pick / 1956

    42 Charlie Conerly 37 QB 10 6 185 6-1 Mississippi 9/19/1921 10 Washington Redskins / 13th / 127th pick / 1945

    41 Lindon Crow 25 DB 12 0 195 6-1 USC 4/4/1933 3 Chicago Cardinals / 2nd / 14th pick / 1955

    17 Tom Dublinski 28 QB 1 0 212 6-2 Utah 8/8/1930 6 Detroit Lions / 8th / 93rd pick / 1952

    16 Frank Gifford* 28 HB-FL-DB-WR 10 0 197 6-1 USC 8/16/1930 6 New York Giants / 1st / 11th pick / 1952

    76 Rosey Grier 26 DT-DE 10 0 284 6-5 Penn State 7/14/1932 3 New York Giants / 3rd / 31st pick / 1955

    60 Buzz Guy 22 G-T-DT 10 0 248 6-3 Duke 3/20/1936 Rook Cleveland Browns / 3rd / 34th pick / 1958

    11 Don Heinrich 28 QB 7 6 182 6-0 Washington 9/19/1930 4 New York Giants / 3rd / 35th pick / 1952

    70 Sam Huff*+ 24 LB 12 0 230 6-1 West Virginia 10/4/1934 2 New York Giants / 3rd / 30th pick / 1956

    48 Ed Hughes 31 DB 10 0 184 6-1 Cameron,North Carolina State,Tulsa 10/23/1927 4 Los Angeles Rams / 10th / 117th pick / 1954

    83 Jon Jelacic 22 DE 9 0 250 6-3 Minnesota 12/19/1936 Rook Chicago Cardinals / 7th / 74th pick / 1958

    21 Carl Karilivacz 28 DB-HB 12 0 188 6-0 Syracuse 11/20/1930 5 Detroit Lions / 23rd / 277th pick / 1953

    75 Jim Katcavage 24 DE-DT 11 0 237 6-3 Dayton 10/28/1934 2 New York Giants / 4th / 45th pick / 1956

    24 Phil King 22 HB-FB 12 0 223 6-4 Vanderbilt 6/22/1936 Rook New York Giants / 1st / 12th pick / 1958

    89 Cliff Livingston 28 LB-DE 12 0 218 6-3 UCLA 7/2/1930 4
    22 Billy Lott 24 FB 12 0 203 6-0 Mississippi 11/8/1934 Rook New York Giants / 6th / 70th pick / 1958

    80 Ken MacAfee 29 E-TE 10 0 212 6-2 Alabama 8/3/1929 4
    13 Don Maynard 23 E-FL-HB 12 0 180 6-0 Rice,Texas-El Paso 1/25/1935 Rook New York Giants / 9th / 109th pick / 1957

    62 Bob Mischak 26 G-TE 12 0 237 6-0 Army 10/25/1932 Rook Cleveland Browns / 23rd / 276th pick / 1954

    77 Dick Modzelewski 27 DT 12 0 250 6-0 Maryland 2/16/1931 5 Washington Redskins / 2nd / 16th pick / 1953

    20 Jimmy Patton*+ 25 DB 12 0 183 5-11 Mississippi 9/29/1933 3 New York Giants / 8th / 92nd pick / 1955

    81 Andy Robustelli+ 33 DE 12 0 230 6-1 Arnold 12/6/1925 7 Los Angeles Rams / 19th / 228th pick / 1951

    44 Kyle Rote 31 E-HB 12 0 199 6-0 SMU 10/27/1927 7 New York Giants / 1st / 1st pick / 1951

    85 Bob Schnelker* 30 E 12 0 214 6-3 Bowling Green 10/17/1928 5 Cleveland Browns / 29th / 377th pick / 1950

    66 Jack Stroud 30 G-T 7 0 235 6-1 Tennessee 1/29/1928 5 New York Giants / 5th / 61st pick / 1951

    88 Pat Summerall 28 DE-E-K 10 0 228 6-4 Arkansas 5/10/1930 6 Detroit Lions / 4th / 45th pick / 1952

    84 Harland Svare 28 LB-TB 10 0 214 6-0 Washington State 11/15/1930 5 Los Angeles Rams / 17th / 204th pick / 1953

    30 Bill Svoboda 30 LB-FB 10 0 210 6-0 Tulane 7/12/1928 8 Chicago Cardinals / 3rd / 29th pick / 1950

    33 Mel Triplett 27 FB 12 0 215 6-1 Toledo 12/24/1931 3 New York Giants / 5th / 56th pick / 1955

    45 Emlen Tunnell 33 DB 12 0 187 6-1 Iowa,Toledo 3/29/1925 10
    29 Alex Webster* 27 HB-FB 9 0 225 6-3 North Carolina State 4/19/1931 3 Washington Redskins / 11th / 123rd pick / 1953

    55 Ray Wietecha*+ 30 C 12 12 225 6-1 Michigan State,Northwestern 11/4/1928 5 New York Giants / 12th / 150th pick / 1950

    72 Frank Youso 22 T-DT 12 0 257 6-4 Minnesota 7/5/1936 Rook New York Giants / 2nd / 23rd pick / 1958

    Team Total 27.2 12 219.3 6-1.7 3.8
    I WILL SELL WORK,GENERATE BUSINESS, GO GET NEW CUSTOMERS!
    YOU SHUT THE HELL UP AND QUIT RUNNING YOUR MOUTH!

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