Thinking Back on Former Great Falcons RBs

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On 11/22/2019 at 6:12 PM, Roanoke Falcon said:

And a great offensive line. Mike Kenn and Jeff Van Note should ABSOLUTELY be in the Hall of Fame.

No doubt....they were dominate.  At the Sunday night game in 1994 against the Chiefs I hung a banner in the upper deck that said "MIKE KENN:  CANTON BOUND!!!"  Never made it on TV

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On 11/23/2019 at 7:37 PM, marvinthemartian said:

Harmon Wages

Cannonball Butler

Dave Hampton

Art Malone

 Bubba Bean

Haskel Stanback

Byron Hanspard


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On 11/22/2019 at 1:03 PM, lju713 said:

Fellas I went thru the UPS and downs of Falcons RBs. It's started with Cain,Andrews,and I lost interest in Falcons RB because Craig and Payton we're winning SB. Riggs came along and left us for the Skins. Smith and Broussard were bust.

Pegram was under valued. Iron head bought the hammer and he ushered in Jamal Anderson. Jam took us to the Bowl and got the media looking again for the 1st time since Prime left. The post injury JAM years were BRUTAL (99-01) because he wasn't the same. Dunn brought balance and stability.

The Burner was the best back in Falcon history. We won and had an identity. Free played for a hot OC and a scheme(zone block) that is RB friendly. He got his money and has been hurt ever since.

Honorable mention: Coleman,Norwood,Snelling,Duckett

What if award: Hanspard,or drafting LT in 01

Preseason hype: Marlin Jackson,Thomas Brown,Ken Oxendine,


We all get an opinion.

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