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Tiki Barber, Joe Morris, Or Rodney Hampton


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Pick your RB

 

 

 

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Rodney Hampton | Rushing | Receiving |

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| Year TM | G | Att Yards Y/A TD | Rec Yards Y/R TD |

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| 1990 nyg | 15 | 109 455 4.2 2 | 32 274 8.6 2 |

| 1991 nyg | 14 | 256 1059 4.1 10 | 43 283 6.6 0 |

| 1992 nyg | 16 | 257 1141 4.4 14 | 28 215 7.7 0 |

| 1993 nyg | 12 | 292 1077 3.7 5 | 18 210 11.7 0 |

| 1994 nyg | 14 | 327 1075 3.3 6 | 14 103 7.4 0 |

| 1995 nyg | 16 | 306 1182 3.9 10 | 24 142 5.9 0 |

| 1996 nyg | 15 | 254 827 3.3 1 | 15 82 5.5 0 |

| 1997 nyg | 2 23 81 3.5 1 | 0 0 0.0 0 |

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| TOTAL | 104 | 1824 6897 3.8 49 | 174 1309 7.5 2

 

 

 

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Tiki Barber | Rushing | Receiving |

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| Year TM | G | Att Yards Y/A TD | Rec Yards Y/R TD |

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| 1997 nyg | 12 | 136 511 3.8 3 | 34 299 8.8 1 |

| 1998 nyg | 16 | 52 166 3.2 0 | 42 348 8.3 3 |

| 1999 nyg | 16 | 62 258 4.2 0 | 66 609 9.2 2 |

| 2000 nyg | 16 | 213 1006 4.7 8 | 70 719 10.3 1 |

| 2001 nyg | 14 | 166 865 5.2 4 | 72 577 8.0 0 |

| 2002 nyg | 16 | 303 1386 4.6 11 | 69 597 8.7 0 |

| 2003 nyg | 16 | 278 1216 4.4 2 | 69 461 6.7 1 |

| 2004 nyg | 16 | 322 1518 4.7 13 | 52 578 11.1 2 |

| 2005 nyg | 16 | 357 1860 5.2 9 | 54 530 9.8 2 |

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| TOTAL | 138 | 1889 8786 4.7 50 | 528 4718 8.9 12 |

 

 

 

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Joe Morris | Rushing | Receiving |

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| Year TM | G | Att Yards Y/A TD | Rec Yards Y/R TD |

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| 1982 nyg | 5 | 15 48 3.2 1 | 8 34 4.2 0 |

| 1983 nyg | 15 | 35 145 4.1 0 | 2 1 0.5 1 |

| 1984 nyg | 16 | 133 510 3.8 4 | 12 124 10.3 0 |

| 1985 nyg | 16 | 294 1336 4.5 21 | 22 212 9.6 0 |

| 1986 nyg | 15 | 341 1516 4.4 14 | 21 233 11.1 1 |

| 1987 nyg | 11 | 193 658 3.4 3 | 11 114 10.4 0 |

| 1988 nyg | 16 | 307 1083 3.5 5 | 22 166 7.5 0 |

| 1991 cle | 16 | 93 289 3.1 2 | 13 76 5.8 0 |

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| TOTAL | 110 | 1411 5585 4.0 50 | 111 960 8.6 2 |

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With out question, Tiki Barber is the Greatest Giants RB. But I'm sure. according to the fag4, if Tiki Barber played in the era as Rodney Hampton and Joe Morris. Tiki wouldn't have made the team. :rolleyes:

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For my money Tiki is the best Giants RB of all time :rock:

 

 

With out question, Tiki Barber is the Greatest Giants RB. But I'm sure. according to the fag4, if Tiki Barber played in the era as Rodney Hampton and Joe Morris. Tiki wouldn't have made the team. :rolleyes:
Of course you two kids would say that. Neither of you have any historical perspective to draw on. By the way, Morris and Hampton are retired. . .
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It's hard to argue anybody but Tiki here. Even with HotRod being my favorite player. Of course, different types of backs are hard to compare in different eras and on different teams but like I said, it's hard to argue against what Tiki has done.

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Of course you two kids would say that. Neither of you have any historical perspective to draw on. By the way, Morris and Hampton are retired. . .

 

 

This "Sponge-bob square pants" generation has no historical persepctive at all - it is very telling in their posts.

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It's hard to argue anybody but Tiki here. Even with HotRod being my favorite player. Of course, different types of backs are hard to compare in different eras and on different teams but like I said, it's hard to argue against what Tiki has done.

 

 

I agree. Tiki has done it all for a back who wasnt supposed to be featured in the backfield. He has been carrying this team on his back for the last several years and he keeps getting better and better. There is no doubt about it we can not lose Tiki this season, he means way to much to our team.

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I'm sure if this poll was placed on Giants.Kiddie.com, people would be complaining because Ron Dayne is not an option.

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The numbers says it all.... and only one player has had more 200+ yard games then Tiki... and that's Hall Of Famer OJ Simpson
True. And OJ has also murdered two more people than Tiki.
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Rodney Hampton played on some terrible Giants teams and for many years was the only threat on offense. I'd love to have seen what he could've done on a balanced offense team. I'd have to vote Tiki thanks to his well rounded skill set. He can run, catch and block. Tiki was more of a fumbler than either Joe or Hamp.

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Rodney Hampton played on some terrible Giants teams and for many years was the only threat on offense. I'd love to have seen what he could've done on a balanced offense team. I'd have to vote Tiki thanks to his well rounded skill set. He can run, catch and block. Tiki was more of a fumbler than either Joe or Hamp.

So was Tiki. You don't remember the 97 - 99 Giants?

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I loved Joe as a kid growing up and Rodney was the type of back I loved in the pound it down your throat and play defense until you lose type game I love. Three years ago without question IMO it was Rodney, Joe and then TIKI. Tiki has COMPLETELY won me over the past 2-3 years, first being his performances, his overcoming and hard work conquering the fumbling(imagine if half the Giants roster worked that hard at their shortcomings?) and his overall respect for the fans, organization and what it means to be a Giant. Taking nothing away from the other 2(because I love them too) but Tiki is my choice.

 

We must get TIKI a ring, its that important in his Giants lore at this point!

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