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Thread: Steelers' Coach Reflects As His 50th Year Begins

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    Re: Steelers' Coach Reflects As His 50th Year Begins

    Quote Originally Posted by costanza2k1
    He was a Pro Bowl selection in 1965 through 1967. He was a leading interceptor, with 62 career interceptions for 762 return yards and 3 touchdowns, and holds the NFL record for consecutive game appearances for a cornerback with 171. He also recovered 9 fumbles, returning them for 53 yards and a touchdown

    Interception Leaders
    RK PLAYER INT
    1 Paul Krause 81
    2 Emlen Tunnell 79
    3 Rod Woodson 71
    4 bad word Lane 68
    5 Ken Riley 65
    6 Ronnie Lott 63
    7 Dave Brown 62
    8 bad word LeBeau 62
    9 Emmitt Thomas 58
    10 Mel Blount 57

    Thanks for the lesson!! Very HOF credit worthy in my opinion as a player!!!

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    Re: Steelers' Coach Reflects As His 50th Year Begins

    Quote Originally Posted by costanza2k1
    He was a Pro Bowl selection in 1965 through 1967. He was a leading interceptor, with 62 career interceptions for 762 return yards and 3 touchdowns, and holds the NFL record for consecutive game appearances for a cornerback with 171. He also recovered 9 fumbles, returning them for 53 yards and a touchdown

    Interception Leaders
    RK PLAYER INT
    1 Paul Krause 81
    2 Emlen Tunnell 79
    3 Rod Woodson 71
    4 bad word Lane 68
    5 Ken Riley 65
    6 Ronnie Lott 63
    7 Dave Brown 62
    8 bad word LeBeau 62
    9 Emmitt Thomas 58
    10 Mel Blount 57
    when the nfl network was doing the top 10 cb combo's ever lebeau and lane were like 6 or 5. i never realized how good lebeau was but watching film of him was very impressive. rod woodson is #3? wow i had no idea he was that high up for some reason

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    Re: Steelers' Coach Reflects As His 50th Year Begins

    Quote Originally Posted by frankthetank1
    Quote Originally Posted by costanza2k1
    He was a Pro Bowl selection in 1965 through 1967. He was a leading interceptor, with 62 career interceptions for 762 return yards and 3 touchdowns, and holds the NFL record for consecutive game appearances for a cornerback with 171. He also recovered 9 fumbles, returning them for 53 yards and a touchdown

    Interception Leaders
    RK PLAYER INT
    1 Paul Krause 81
    2 Emlen Tunnell 79
    3 Rod Woodson 71
    4 bad word Lane 68
    5 Ken Riley 65
    6 Ronnie Lott 63
    7 Dave Brown 62
    8 bad word LeBeau 62
    9 Emmitt Thomas 58
    10 Mel Blount 57
    when the nfl network was doing the top 10 cb combo's ever lebeau and lane were like 6 or 5. i never realized how good lebeau was but watching film of him was very impressive. rod woodson is #3? wow i had no idea he was that high up for some reason
    "Bad Word" Lebeau. I thought it was a nickname or something.

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    Re: Steelers' Coach Reflects As His 50th Year Begins

    Quote Originally Posted by proudpittsburgher
    Quote Originally Posted by frankthetank1
    Quote Originally Posted by costanza2k1
    He was a Pro Bowl selection in 1965 through 1967. He was a leading interceptor, with 62 career interceptions for 762 return yards and 3 touchdowns, and holds the NFL record for consecutive game appearances for a cornerback with 171. He also recovered 9 fumbles, returning them for 53 yards and a touchdown

    Interception Leaders
    RK PLAYER INT
    1 Paul Krause 81
    2 Emlen Tunnell 79
    3 Rod Woodson 71
    4 bad word Lane 68
    5 Ken Riley 65
    6 Ronnie Lott 63
    7 Dave Brown 62
    8 bad word LeBeau 62
    9 Emmitt Thomas 58
    10 Mel Blount 57
    when the nfl network was doing the top 10 cb combo's ever lebeau and lane were like 6 or 5. i never realized how good lebeau was but watching film of him was very impressive. rod woodson is #3? wow i had no idea he was that high up for some reason
    "Bad Word" Lebeau. I thought it was a nickname or something.
    dont feel bad, at first i read some thread and i thought they were calling him bad a$$ lebeau, not his first name

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