Monday’s Prime Numbers considers No. 94, too

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The June (and into early July) Prime Numbers series on NBCSN’s Pro Football Talk has a randomness to it that flows from:  (1) the availability of guests who wore certain numbers; and (2) see number one.

And so Monday’s show considers No. 56 (you can vote here for the best of the best to wear the number) and No. 94.

Vote below for the best players currently wearing No. 94, especially since the Hall of Fame includes no players who wore 94.  (Eventually, that will change if/when Charles Haley ever makes it.

Then dial up NBCSN at 5:30 p.m. ET on Monday to see the show.  Or you can be like the cool kids and pretend to suddenly care about soccer for the next few weeks, only to forget about it completely until the next time the cool kids pretend to suddenly care about soccer.

32 responses to “Monday’s Prime Numbers considers No. 94, too

  1. Are you kidding me? These are the best options you could come up with? All-time, there hasn’t been a single noteworthy player to wear 94 that isn’t playing right now (other than brown).

    Ware and Smith by default, I guess..

  2. How in the BLUE HELL is Charles Haley NOT on this list???? im not a 49ers fan or a Cowboys fan but this cant make this CRAPPY list nor is he in the HOF!!!?? He might me the most DISRESPECTED defensive player of ALLTIME…smh

  3. Haley has the distinction of being the only player in NFL history to have been on fiveSuper Bowl-winning teams. Playing for the San Francisco 49ers from 1986–1991, he won a ring from Super Bowl XXIII and Super Bowl XXIV following the 1988 and 1989 seasons, respectively. was traded to the Dallas Cowboys in the 1992 off-season, with whom he won three more Super Bowl rings over the next four seasons in 1992 (XXVII), 1993 (XXVIII), and 1995 (XXX).

    Although injuries would eventually force his retirement in 1996, Haley briefly resurfaced for the 1998 playoffs to aid the 49ers, and played for them in 1999. Finally out of playing football permanently, Haley turned to assistant coaching, and was a defensive assistant for the Detroit Lions.

    In his 12 NFL seasons, Haley recorded 100.5 quarterback sacks, two interceptions (nine return yards), and eight fumble recoveries, which he returned for nine yards and a touchdown. He was also selected to play in five Pro Bowls (1988, 1990, 1991, 1994, 1995) and was named NFL All-Pro in 1990 and 1994.

  4. Not voting because I was really in favor of the draft picks of Quinn/Timmons/Jordan, and since you can only pick 2 I’m not entering this one. Great picks everybody, keep up the good work!

  5. Finally Timmons gets some recognition. He is by far the most underrated ILB of the league. I still cant believe he hasnt been to the pro bowl, snubbed year after year.
    But I respect all of those guys, Justin Smith is one of the best players i’ve seen, Ware is very good when healthy. Quinn has a bright future, and Williams is one heck of a player. Jordan is good, too.

  6. i haven’t read any of these “numbers” articles because i thought it was a cheap premises of debate.
    I was right. & after reading this one, i let myself down by doing so.

  7. If this is about current performance, I have no idea how Ware can be voted ahead of Robert Quinn. I’m not a Rams fan, but that guy has wrecked a lot of game plans the past two seasons, while Ware has spent much of the last two seasons on the sidelines and not being particularly productive on the field.

  8. You can scoff at Cam Jordan all that you want, but 20.5 sacks in the last two seasons is pretty good. He is definitely underrated.

  9. I keep posting this question and they keep deleting it. But why did they suddenly decide to limit the numbers to current players?

  10. Wow, I didn’t know Charles Haley was still playing. Thanks for teaching me that angry people who raged the comments because they didn’t read properly.

  11. Not only is Lawrence Taylor the best player to EVER wear number 56, he’s also one of the three best players in NFL history regardless of position; the other two being Jim Brown and Jerry Rice.

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