Your favorite non Patriots player

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BennyBledsoe

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Danny Marino. The more I've rewatched some old games he played against the Patriots in Foxboro, the more convinced I am that that was his Kryptonite.

But still, I just loved the pure arm talent that guy had.
 

TomPatriot

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Ed Reed.

Lawrence Taylor.

Khalil Mack.

Zach Martin, the second best OG in the NFL
 

Pape

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Without reservation Larry Whigham .... Was a shame when he went to chi-town
 

PatsFanInVa

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I always love to see Ex-Pats succeed... secondary bragging rights.

Brady, Jimmy G, whatever other QBs, about 1/4 of the Titans roster... you get the picture.
 

RASTAN99

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Kenny "Snake" Stabler.

In the college game the only times I ever tuned in to watch a single player was when Johnny Football was at A&M...that was some amazing stuff.



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IndianPat

Third String But Playing on Special Teams
In my time line, 1985 to present, I would rate Barry Sanders my favorite non-patriots player. They showed only a few Detroit games in New England, but when they did I always tuned in.
 

pazrul72

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My favorite play in football is when a tiny receiver goes over the middle and then there is a blur as a SS appears outta nowhere and levels the guy. Both players in that interaction are tough as nails and something about that hit gets me so fired up. It’s why my fav patriot is Troy Brown and my fav non patriot is *gulp* a Jete, Wayne Chrebet. Tough SOB who played the right way on a **** team and I respected that.
 

Wordsmyth

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Warrick Dunn. His off-the-field charitable work is unparalleled. He even used his first game-check to buy his mom a house. That's heroic stuff there.

Darrell Green. His Christian testimony and longevity speak volumes of his character.

Emmitt Smith. The contest vs. the Giants when he separated his shoulder and still forged on...always memorable.

All for now.
 

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