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#1 ICEMAN

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Posted 20 March 2017 - 03:40 PM

Carl "Slim" Pickens was a 3 year flash in the pan of greatness for the Cincinnati Bengals from 1994-1996. Knowing me, I had him on my team in 1996 and then drafted him again in 1997 when the bottom fell out of his productive years. After 1996, he never scored more than 6 TDs in a season. 

 

1994 - 71 receptions, 1,147 yards & 11 TD's

1995 - 99 receptions, 1,234 yards & 17 TD's

1996 - 100 receptions, 1,180 yards & 12 TD's

 

Carl was greatly aided in these years by a young quarterback that was inserted into the starting lineup starting in week 9, Jeff Blake (AKA "Shake n' Blake") who threw one of the prettiest deep balls that I have ever seen.

 

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#2 CornKobb

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Posted 14 April 2017 - 10:14 PM

Carl "Slim" Pickens was a 3 year flash in the pan of greatness for the Cincinnati Bengals from 1994-1996. Knowing me, I had him on my team in 1996 and then drafted him again in 1997 when the bottom fell out of his productive years. After 1996, he never scored more than 6 TDs in a season. 

 

1994 - 71 receptions, 1,147 yards & 11 TD's

1995 - 99 receptions, 1,234 yards & 17 TD's

1996 - 100 receptions, 1,180 yards & 12 TD's

 

Carl was greatly aided in these years by a young quarterback that was inserted into the starting lineup starting in week 9, Jeff Blake (AKA "Shake n' Blake") who threw one of the prettiest deep balls that I have ever seen.

 

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good times. i started ff in 95 and faced the combo of blake pickens. i made it to the championship . two words.

 

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#3 redsrback

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Posted 17 April 2017 - 06:10 AM

Carl "Slim" Pickens was a 3 year flash in the pan of greatness for the Cincinnati Bengals from 1994-1996. Knowing me, I had him on my team in 1996 and then drafted him again in 1997 when the bottom fell out of his productive years. After 1996, he never scored more than 6 TDs in a season. 

 

1994 - 71 receptions, 1,147 yards & 11 TD's

1995 - 99 receptions, 1,234 yards & 17 TD's

1996 - 100 receptions, 1,180 yards & 12 TD's

 

Carl was greatly aided in these years by a young quarterback that was inserted into the starting lineup starting in week 9, Jeff Blake (AKA "Shake n' Blake") who threw one of the prettiest deep balls that I have ever seen.

 

ICEMAN

Pickens was making diving catches downfield, Jeff freakin Blake give me a break