Discussion: Best NFL Brothers

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  1. Mr Janny

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    #2 Mr Janny, Apr 1, 2009
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    Clay and Bruce Matthews are pretty tought to beat, as are the Manning boys. But I didn't realize that Jamie and Darren Sharper were brothers.
     
  3. mj4cy

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    Gramatica brothers...next topic
     
  4. ISUFan22

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    What...no mention of the Hambrick brothers? This list is seriously flawed.
     
  5. cybsball20

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    I'm pretty partial to the Peterson brothers, (Mike and the other Adrian).
     
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    From a longevity standpoint it would have to be the Mathews brothers. From a mutual success standpoint the Mannings each have a Superbowl ring.
     
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    What does it say about me that I read that headline as "Best NFL Brothels"?
     
  8. Mr Janny

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    It says you are a Eugene Robinson fan.
     
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    Ya I was thinking the Mannings too, even though I hate Eli (Im an Eagles fan), although another top contending duo would have to be the Barbers... Rondes been a stud his whole career and Tiki even though he decided to hang em up early was an awesome back during the short time he played!
     
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    You might hate Eli, but you'd have him QB your team in a second (especially if something happened to McNabb), wouldn't you...
     
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    Id rather have Ty Detmer, Koy Detmer, Bubby Brister, Doug Pedersen, Rodney Pete, or any other ****** QB theyve had in the last 15 years come back rather than Eli if that tells you how bad I hate him
     
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    :jimlad:
     
  13. GeronimusClone

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    The Payton brothers
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  14. candg4ever

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    Kickers? Really? He said football players!!
     
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    For longevity, solid contributions year after year, and pro bowls, it's gotta be the Matthew brothers.
     
  16. iccyfan

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    They're not even the best kicker brothers, which would be the Gogolak's, Pete & Charley (first soccer style kickers in NFL).

    Sterling & Shannon Sharpe?

    Merlin & Phil Olson (part of Ram's "Fearsome Foursome")?

    Gene & Marvin Upshaw?

    LeRoy & Dewey Selman?
     
  17. CyDude16

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    We wouldn't have beat Iowa two years ago without a kicker.
     
  18. Mr Janny

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    Sterling and Shannon Sharpe- Shannon, no doubt is top notch, but Sterling's career was cut too short.

    I think this list can be trimmed down to the Mannings, Matthews, and Barbers.
     
  19. GaryJohnson

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    Brett Favre and his younger, lesser-known brother Morty.
     
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