- 09/01/2011, 12:30AM ET
PCH said 09/01, 12:30 AM
my first pick is
Cecil Fielder and Prince Fielder
I don't know if they still dont talk, but these two are a sizable combo.. Like ordering supersized TWO TIMES at McDubs..
Prince is making a good case for National League MVP.. He's been a power hitter for some years now, just like pops..
ON to Cecil, I remember him and his pants.. not no weird stuff, but they were always loose, and he had a big caboose..
When Cecil connected, it was equivalent to a kia getting hit by a mercedes at 150 mph..
Man, he belted 50 one season..
Pops was bigger than son..
on the rules for this td, please use a current player.. We are basing the better players, more or so, by the current player.. Dad adds in a little effect..
one per round..
Sabih said 09/01, 12:55 AM
My first pick
Kobe and Joe Bryant
Kobe is one of the greatest of all-time (as I much as it hurts me to say that) and still one of the best players in the game (top 5). One year removed from back-to-back Finals MVPs.
Joe a first round pick, played 8 years in NBA. A bunch more overseas. Currently coaching in WNBA.
Cecil may be better than Joe "Jellybean" Bryant but Kobe is a far superior player than Prince.
PCH said 09/01, 02:39 AM
Archie Manning & Peyton Manning
Peyton Manning 4x NFL MVP
ARchie.. from wiki.. Whizzer" White NFL Man of the Year (1977)
no lie, from wiki.. hahahaha
After his college career at Ole Miss, Manning was drafted in the 1971 NFL Draft by the New Orleans Saints with the second overall selection.
ARchie Manning was selected to the Pro Bowl in 1978 and 1979, frkn "JELLY BEAN", he had no all star appearances
Sabih said 09/01, 12:25 PM
ok pch, you stated more importance was given to the talent level of the son then the father. In that case, Kobe is a better basketball player than Manning is a football player.
Kobe was the best player of his generation. Peyton may not even have been the best players of his generation at his position (that title belongs to Mr Brady and lets skip the Brady vs Manning debate)
Besides my next duo is better than Archie and Peyton anyways.
Before people say anything, I agree Floyd is a punk for ducking Manny however Jr. is 41-0. Held titles in multiple divisions, Former pound-for-pound king. Sure you can say boxing isn't what it used to be but there is no doubt that Floyd will be in the boxing HOF once he hangs up the gloves.
Floyd Sr was a decent fighter. A 28-6 record is not bad. More importantly, he has been an exceptional trainer. He was instrumental in Floyd's rise to the top before the two had their infamous falling out. In addition, he was De La Hoya's trainer for 5 years,
PCH said 09/01, 03:35 PM
Sabeeh: Eid Mubarak said 09/01, ok pch, you stated more importance was given to the talent level of the son then the father. In that case, Kobe is a better basketball player than Manning is a football player
Even the best jump on a td too early.. this is what i said in the 1st go 'round..
on the rules for this td, please use a current player.. We are basing the better players, more or so, by the current player.. Dad adds in a little effect.. but then added this comment #1..
(PCH)September 1, 2011 12:32 AM ETReport Abuse | QUOTE DAD can't SUCK THO.. got me?
your first argument..
Sabeeh: Eid Mubarak said 09/01, 12:55 AM
alright, i was thinking mayweather, but i don't know about Floyd Sr... looks like the Predator..
alright.. i got..
Calvin Hill/Grant Hill
Calvin Hill 6,000 yards rushing
4.2 average a rush..
4x pro bowler..
1969 Offensive Player of the Year..
all in the N-F of L
We all know Grant Hill, the ankles..
4?? All-NBA Second Team (1996, 1998???2000
Grant Hill career avg. 17-6-4.. I'm not competing with Kobe here, just showing a nice combo, Dad and Son
Sabih said 09/01, 09:47 PM
Jellybean Bryant does not suck. He may not be an all-star but 8 years in the NBA and being a first overall selection does not qualify as sucking.
Besides Archie's 2 Pro Bowl overshadow his 67.1 QB Rating, his 125TDs and 173 INTS, 55% completion and the fact he was the QB of the New Orleans Aints.
OK in keeping with boxing I give you my third and final father son duo,
Julio C??sar Ch??vez Sr and Jr
Julio Sr is a HOF, one of the greatest boxers of all-time
Julio Jr. is 43-0-1, current WBC middleweight champion. The kid may not be able to match his father's success but that is a damn good record and having a belt is a definite plus.
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