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Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 O. J. Simpson 11382
2 Floyd Little (born 1942) 3039
3 Joe Namath (born 1943, American Football League Rookie of the Year 1965, AFL MVP 1968 and 1969) 2269
4 John Madden 2137
5 Fred Williamson 1935
6 George Blanda (born 1927, AFL MVP 1961) 1857
7 Barron Hilton Original Los Angeles/San Diego Chargers owner. 1273
8 Chris Berman (ESPN announcer) 1159
9 Al Davis (born July 4, 1929) Assistant coach, head coach, Oakland Raiders owner. 1136
10 Gerry Bertier 798
11 Larry Csonka (Miami Dolphin's all-time leading rusher, Super Bowl VIII MVP) 684
12 Jack Kemp was in the league all ten years, but sat out 1968 with injuries. 683
13 Paul Brown 564
14 Marty Schottenheimer 528
15 Lamar Hunt (born August 2, 1932) Original Dallas Texans/Kansas City Chiefs owner, league founder 522
16 Mercury Morris 516
17 Bob Griese 483
18 Sammy Baugh 480
19 Tommie Smith 473
20 Ralph Wilson Original Buffalo Bills owner. 447
21 Wahoo McDaniel 392
22 Len Dawson (born 1935, AFL MVP 1962) 378
23 Gene Upshaw – later head of the NFL players association 373
24 Julius Campbell 372
25 Lou Saban 370
26 Fred Biletnikoff 349
27 Bud Adams Original Houston Oilers owner. 341
28 Ernie Ladd (born 1939) 323
29 Tom Flores was in the league all ten years, but sat out 1962 with injuries. 317
30 Lance Alworth (born 1940, holds all-time record for most games, career, with over 200 yards receiving [link], AFL MVP 1963) 291
31 Aaron Marsh 281
32 Curt Gowdy (NBC-TV) play-by-play announcer 281
33 Hank Stram (1923–2005), coached the Texans/Chiefs all ten years of the AFL.) 277
34 Billy Cannon (born 1937, made All-League as a halfback in 1961 and as a tight end in 1969) 265
35 Sid Gillman (1911–2003, coached the Chargers all ten years of the AFL.) 257
36 Sam Wyche 250
37 Joe Foss (1915–2003) Original Commissioner. 248
38 Art Shell 246
39 Jim Otto (born 1938) 241
40 John Rauch 240
41 Ben Davidson 240
42 Nick Buoniconti 234
43 Daryle Lamonica (born 1941, AFL MVP 1967 and 1969) – known as "the Mad Bomber" 221
44 Wayne Fontes 214
45 Jim Nance (born 1942, AFL MVP 1966) 194
46 Willie Lanier 193
47 James Harris (born 1947, first black in modern era to start a season at quarterback, 1969 AFL) 190
48 Bobby Bell 187
49 Don Maynard (born 1935) 168
50 Bill Dawson 162
51 Mike Garrett 161
52 Jim Kiick ("Butch Cassidy" to Larry Csonka's "Sundance Kid") 159
53 Buck Buchanan (1940–1992) 156
54 Gino Cappelletti (born 1934, AFL MVP 1964, AFL's All-Time Leading Scorer) 150
55 Phil Bennett 145
56 Jan Stenerud 144
57 Weeb Ewbank (1907–1998) (Only man to coach teams to an NFL championship, an AFL Championship, and a World Championship.) 143
58 Charlie Joiner 137
59 Emmitt Thomas 136
60 Mike London 130
61 Bob Kalsu (1945 – 1970, one of two former Professional Football players to die in the Vietnam War) 125
62 Rick Casares 125
63 Richard Sligh 124
64 John Hadl (born 1940) 123
65 Joe Bellino 122
66 George Atkinson 119
67 Frank Tripucka 116
68 Al Woodall 116
69 Ken Houston 108
70 John Huarte 106
71 Paul Maguire (born 8/22/1938, played in six of ten American Football League championship games.) 106
72 Marlin Briscoe (born 1945, first black in modern era to play, and then start, at quarterback, 1968 AFL) 104
73 Galen Hall 103
74 Matt Snell (born 1941, American Football League Rookie of the Year 1964, 121 yd, td in 3rd World Championship game.) 102
75 Dan Henning 102
76 Larry Little 99
77 Bill Bergey 98
78 Ron Mix (born 1938) 95
79 Dick Anderson 91
80 Bob Trumpy 90
81 Paul Lowe was in the league all ten years, but sat out 1962 with injuries. 89
82 Cookie Gilchrist (born 1935, AFL MVP 1962) 89
83 John Henry Johnson 85
84 Alan Pastrana 84
85 Billy Shaw (born 1938, only non-NFL player in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.) 78
86 Ernie Barnes (born 1938) 78
87 Sonny Werblin New York Jets owner. 75
88 Pete Gogolak 75
89 Greg Cook (born 1946, American Football League Rookie of the Year 1969) 75
90 Emerson Boozer 75
91 Otis Taylor (born 1942) 74
92 Johnny Robinson (born 1938) 74
93 Jim Greer 73
94 Ed Khayat 73
95 Tobin Rote 73
96 Stan Campbell 73
97 Ed Budde (born 1940) 72
98 Billy Sullivan Original Boston Patriots owner. 72
99 Abner Haynes (born 1937, American Football League Rookie of the Year 1960, American Football League MVP 1960, over 12,000 career all-purpose yards.) 69
100 Bruce Coslet 69
101 Marv Marinovich 67
102 Walt Michaels 67
103 Jim Lynch 67
104 Bill Stanfill 66
105 Harry Wismer Original New York Titans owner. 66
106 Bernie Parrish 64
107 Mike Holovak 62
108 George Shaw 61
109 Sherman Lewis 60
110 Lou Rymkus 60
111 Warren Wells 58
112 Randy Duncan 57
113 Joe Avezzano 57
114 Warren Powers 56
115 George Buehler 56
116 Jim Sears 56
117 Mack Lee Hill 55
118 Gerry Philbin (born 1941) 54
119 Curley Culp 54
120 Charlie Hennigan (born 1935, first professional football player to catch more than 100 passes in a season (101, 1964).) 53
121 Elbert Dubenion (born 1933) 53
122 Clive Rush (1931–1980) 52
123 Pete Beathard 52
124 Haven Moses 52
125 Frank Filchock (1916–1994) 51
126 Roy Gerela 51
127 Ed Podolak 51
128 Steve DeLong 50
129 Peter Liske 50
130 Richie Lucas 49
131 Carl Taseff 48
132 F. Wayne Valley Original Oakland Raiders owner (with seven others). 47
133 Hardy Brown (One of only two men who played in the AAFC, the AFL, and the NFL) 46
134 Ken Riley 46
135 Jim Tyrer (1939 -1980) 46
136 Chris Burford (born 1938) 46
137 George Sauer, Jr. 46
138 Jerry Hopkins 46
139 John Farris 46
140 Dave Herman 45
141 Larry Grantham (born 1938) 45
142 Curtis McClinton (born 1939, American Football League Rookie of the Year 1962) 45
143 Bob Howsam Original Denver Broncos owner. 44
144 Tom Sherman 44
145 Tom Sestak (1936–1987) 44
146 Jim Dunaway 44
147 Cotton Davidson 44
148 Elvin Bethea 44
149 Bill Krisher 43
150 Johnny Sample 43
151 John Dockery 43
152 Ron Sellers 43
153 Ernie Wright 43
154 Fred Arbanas (born 1939) 43
155 Keith Lincoln (born 1939) 42
156 Bill Murphy 42
157 Will McDonough (1935–2003, Boston Globe reporter} 42
158 Wally Lemm 41
159 Pete Banaszak 41
160 Winston Hill (born 1941) 41
161 Stone Johnson 41
162 Bill Groman 41
163 Bob Dee 40
164 Pete Lammons 40
165 Speedy Duncan 40
166 Jim Lee Hunt (born 1938) 40
167 John Huard 39
168 Dick Wood 39
169 Larry Cox 39
170 Bill Mathis (born 1936) 39
171 Verlon Biggs 39
172 Aaron Brown 38
173 Bob Talamini (born 1939) 38
174 Howard Twilley 38
175 Jim Turner 38
176 Earl Faison (born 1939, American Football League Rookie of the Year 1961) 37
177 Paul Costa 37
178 Lee White 37
179 Tom Keating 37
180 Lionel Taylor (born 1935, first receiver with 100 catches in a season (1961).) 37
181 Clem Daniels (born 1937, AFL MVP 1963) 36
182 Ben Agajanian (One of only two men who played in the AAFC, the AFL, and the NFL) 35
183 Booker Edgerson 35
184 Max Boydston 35
185 Paul Crane 34
186 Bobby Hunt 34
187 Russ Washington 34
188 Don Breaux 34
189 Jim Hudson 34
190 Gene Thomas 34
191 Frank Buncom 34
192 Hank Autry 34
193 Bob Dougherty 33
194 Paul Guidry 33
195 Dale Livingston 33
196 Ray Malavasi (1930–1987) 33
197 Norm Evans 32
198 Dave Costa 32
199 Art Thoms 32
200 Scott Appleton 32
201 Don Allard 32
202 Preston Carpenter 32
203 Kay Stephenson 32
204 John Stofa 32
205 Don Heinrich 31
206 Chip Myers 31
207 Bob Davis 31
208 Warren McVea 31

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