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  1. JoeSixPat

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    http://proxy.espn.go.com/chat/sportsnation/ballot?event_id=1943

    No one here is probably interested in this but ESPN is taking fan votes for the all time greatest Super Bowl team, the results of which will be announced at SB XL

    Head coach and other positions are available for selection.

    Believe it or not BB actually has 59% of the vote currently but I'd have to think that Cowboy or Steeler fans will co-opt the voting at some point.

    Just thought people might want to know.
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    FYI - Brady is currently second to Joe Montana

    Adam V. is a runaway with 75% as the best SB kicker

    Rodney Harrison needs a little boost to take the lead over Charles Woodson

    Ty Law is a distant 3rd for CBs... etc - obviously there are more Pats in the mix as well

    Make your vote count!
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    It's early but Bb is ahead by 20 points.
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    Bruschi is up there for LBs. But not to nit-pick, it says Super Bowls 3, Wins 3. As we all know he has been in four Super Bowls.

    edit: I just noticed they did that for Willie also.
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    I did this yesterday. I bet you can't guess who my HC choice was!

    BTW Willie, they got BB wrong too. They forgot to mention he was part of the Giants team that won SB XXV, they mentioned SB XXI.
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    No doubt but it seems like they are keying on one's play in the Super Bowl only - furthermore if one were on the losing side of a SB, it doesn't seem like they get very much consideration at all -

    I think Rich Camarillo is the only one to get any consideration from the 86 SB for the Pats, no?

    Heck - Kurt Warner won as many SBs as some of the QBs mentioned in the poll (1) and played in more than many (2) - and played almost good enough to win in his 2nd (but not quite)
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    It seems to be players who won Super Bowls, too. Dan Morgan should be on there for MLBs, seeing as how he had about 25 tackles against the Patriots... and they seem to have forgotten about the earlier SB for Bruschi, McGinest, Law, et al.

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