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whadda f'in joke

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Career highlights

 

  • Led NFL in total yards from scrimmage: 2004, 2005

  • 38 games of 100+ yards rushing

  • 5 games of 200+ yards rushing

  • Pro Bowl: 2005, 2006, 2007

  • First player in NFL history with 1,800 rushing yards and 500 receiving yards in one season

  • In 2005, Barber became one of three players in NFL history with at least three 200-yard rushing games in a season (O.J. Simpson had three in 1973 and Earl Campbell ran for at least 200 yards four times in 1980)
  • In 2006, Tiki Barber became the third player in NFL history to have four 2,000 total yard seasons, joining Marshall Faulk.

New York Giants team records

 

  • Longest Touchdown Run: 95 yards, December 31, 2005 vs. the Oakland Raiders

  • Most Rushing Touchdowns, Career: 55

  • Most Rushing Attempts, Season: 357, 2005 season

  • Most Rushing Yards, Single Game: 234 yards, December 30, 2006 vs. the Washington Redskins

  • Most Rushing Yards, Season: 1,860 yards, 2005 season

  • Most Rushing Yards, Career: 10,449 yards

  • Most Receptions, Career: 586

  • Most Total Yards, Season: 2,390 yards, 2005 season

  • Most 1,000 Yard Seasons: 6

  • Most Total Yards, Game: 276 (203 rushing yards, 73 receiving yards), December 28, 2002 vs. the Philadelphia Eagles

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So what's the joke? headscratch.gif

 

 

Yea really! Even though he's always been a headache for our Eagles, you can't deny the man's accomplishments on the field. I kinda hate to see him leave the game.

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He's good no doubt, but 55 career TD'sheadscratch.gif If he didn't play the birds twice a year that would be way lower. How many does LT (SD LT)have this year?

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Obviuosly you haven't watched Tiki the last few years, the fumbling ceased, the only guy that comes to mind that fumbled less was Curtis Martin, a sure HOF'er. In addition to being a great runner, he also was good for some major yardage through the air.

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Obviuosly you haven't watched Tiki the last few years, the fumbling ceased, the only guy that comes to mind that fumbled less was Curtis Martin, a sure HOF'er. In addition to being a great runner, he also was good for some major yardage through the air.

 

 

Also pretty good picking up the blitz.

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two words to describe his career...

 

butter fingers.... biggrin.gif

 

 

 

headscratch.gif

whatever! he's one of the greatest.... not "THE BEST" but he's up there and deserves the hall

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he doesnt belong in the hall....3 time pro bowler? gimme a break. nice career great player, but doesnt have the numbers to be in the hall. He had 3 great years and it takes more inmy opinion to get to canton. but im sure the NY media will beat the drum for him and get him in.

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Tiki was a great back for the Giants... after Coughlin got him to stop fumbling the ball.Before that he was a solid player,but not the kind of running back that gets mentioned as a HOF candidate.A couple more years of playing like he is playing now and he would have legit HOF credentials..But...

the most striking thing about his career at this point is the fact that he walked away from the NFL in his prime as a player.

That worked for Jim Brown,but Tiki is no Jim Brown.Bailing out on your fans, team and teammates to go into Show Bix isn't really the kind of stuff that gets you into the HOF..

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