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Bud Grant and our panel have had their say. Roshe One Kengät . Now its your turn. The Free Press and TSN 1290 are proud to jointly announce our All-Time Bombers Team as selected by you, our readers and listeners. Over the next nine weeks, well present a position each week with our panels choices of the top-five Winnipeg Blue Bombers to ever play for the club at that spot. The voting will commence today. Click here to cast your vote - http://alltimebombers.winnipegfreepress.com On Friday afternoons at 4 p.m., live on TSN 1290s Hustler and Lawless program, the Free Press and TSN 1290 websites, as well as the Saturday edition of the Winnipeg Free Press, well announce the winner and member of the All-Time Bombers Team. The Free Press print and digital editions as well as www.tsn1290.ca will run stories every Monday putting forth the position of the week and finalists selected by our panel. Voting will take place on both websites. Legendary Blue Bombers player and coach Bud Grant headlines our panel. Grant was joined by former Bombers player and GM Paul Robson, Canadian Football Hall of Fame inductee and Free Press sports reporter Ed Tait, Free Press columnist and TSN 1290 host Gary Lawless and TSN 1290s Andrew “Hustler” Paterson. Panelists were provided a statistical breakdown of the Bombers dating back to the 1950s as well as an anecdotal package of the early Bombers teams when statistics were not recorded. Each panelist brought a unique perspective and personal set of criteria. Grant joined the group via conference call from a cabin in the Wisconsin woods while the rest huddled around a boardroom table at the Free Press. From Grants gravelly voice emanating out of the telephone speaker, to Taits vivid recollections of games and players, to Robsons cold analysis of a players strengths and weaknesses, to Patersons views from the upper decks of our stadiums, there were strong opinions all around. Some players were quickly selected. Others were hotly debated. Sometimes it came down to a clash of eras. Others made it on the merit of championship wins while those without rings on their fingers were often set aside. This week, its your turn to pick the All-Time Bombers Team quarterback. Vote a maximum of once per day and help choose the Blue Bombers player you consider the best at the following positions to be presented in this order: Quarterback, offensive lineman, linebacker, kicker, kick returner, running back, defensive lineman, defensive back and receiver. Weve done our part. The final decisions are up to you. So vote and vote often. Youre the GM of this team. Make your choices. Here are this weeks choices: QUARTERBACK KEN PLOEN*, 1957-67 Every conversation on the greatest Blue Bomber — not just QB — includes this icon, legend, hall of famer. Other pivots threw harder, but all Ploen did was win games in the summer (82, most as a Bomber QB) and championships in the fall (four Grey Cups). Such a gifted athlete, he was also an all-star defensive back in 1959. --- JACK JACOBS*, 1950-54 They dubbed old Winnipeg Stadium ‘The House That Jack Built and with good reason: he was a pure passer who revolutionized the CFL game and, as a result, packed stadiums wherever he played. --- DIETER BROCK*, 1974-83 Nobody could chuck it like Ralph/Dieter. Won back-to-back Most Outstanding Player Awards in 1980 and 1981, led the CFL in passing four times and remains the clubs leader in passing yardage and TDs and is second to Ploen in wins. --- TOM CLEMENTS*, 1983-87 Acquired from Hamilton for Brock, Clements would then lead the Bombers to a Grey-Cup victory over the Ticats in 1984, ending a 22-year drought. Cerebral, mobile and quietly efficient, he was the CFLs top player in 1987, his last as a Bomber. --- KHARI JONES, 2000-2004 Like Jacobs and Don Jonas before him, Jones helped breathe life into the Bombers when times were bad. His 46 TDs in 2002 is a club record (third all-time in the CFL) and second to Brock in passing yardage. Was the CFLs MOP in 2001. *-Indicates member of Canadian Football Hall of Fame.http://www.freeflyknitsuomi.com/ruskea-adidas-superstar-supercolor-pharrell-williams-kengat-varten-mieh et-naiset-s41826.html .B. -- Canadas Rachel Homan opened the Ford Womens World Curling Championship with a 7-5 win over Russia on Saturday. Nike Free Kokemuksia . -- Two-time AL Cy Young Award winner Johan Santana agreed Tuesday to a minor league contract with the Baltimore Orioles as he tries to come back from the second major operation on his left shoulder.Lincoln, NE (SportsNetwork.com) - The Minnesota Golden Gophers strengthened their bid to represent the West division in the Big Ten title game by rallying to beat No. 21 Nebraska without their best offensive player. Mitch Leidner scored his second rushing touchdown with 3:25 remaining in the fourth quarter to lift the Golden Gophers to a 28-24 win over the Cornhuskers. Leidner completed 8-of-17 passes for 135 yards and added 110 yards on the ground for Minnesota (8-3, 5-2 Big Ten), which overcame a 21-7 halftime deficit to post its first victory in Lincoln since 1960. Golden Gophers star running back David Cobb rushed for 80 yards on 15 carries, but left with a hamstring injury suffered at the end of a third-quarter touchdown run. Minnesota can book a spot in the conference championship game with a win at Wisconsin next Saturday. Tommy Armstrong Jr. was 12-of-19 passing for 223 yards and one touchdown for the Cornhuskers (8-3, 4-3), who were eliminated from contention in the West race with a second straight loss. It seemed like Cobb was on his way to breaking Minnesotas single-season rushing record when he pulled up lame on a 17-yard touchdown run. He departed 34 yards of tying Laurence Maroneys mark of 1,464 set in 2005. After Drew Brown kicked a 30-yard field goal for Nebraska, Rodrick Williams Jr. ran for a 19-yard touchdown on 4th-and-1 as Minnesota closed the gap to 24-21 with 1:47 to play in the third. On the drive that produced the go-ahead touchdown, Leidner converted a 3rd- and-6 from his own 37 with a 38-yard pass to KJ Maye, who made the catch along the left sideline in tight coverage. Five plays later, Leidner scored from two yards out on an option keeper. Those were big time plays, we ran the stutter route and KJ got behind him and we always talk about you have to have receivers step up and make big plays in critical moments and KJ made a great play, said Minnesota head coach Jerry Kill. The Cornhhuskers threatened on their next possession, but DeMornay Pierson-El had the ball stripped after making a leaping grab inside the five-yard line. http://www.freeflyknitsuomi.com/nike-free-4-0-flyknit-miehet-kengat-wolf-harmaa-valkoinen-total-oranssi -volt-631053-008.html. The catch was going to be nullified by an illegal touching penalty. Minnesota ran out the remaining 1:19. We didnt play well enough. We had too many busts. Our execution was subpar. Our tackling was horrendous. Too much leaky yardage. We beat ourselves in a lot of instances, said Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini. We lost some opportunities, obviously on offense. Put the ball on the ground. Didnt take advantage of some opportunities. And all those things add up to losing against a good football team. The Cornhuskers scored on their first drive as Kenny Bells 73-yard reception set up Ameer Abdullahs 2-yard touchdown run. Bell was shaken up at the end of the play when his left shoulder and head hit the ground. He left the game and didnt return. Minnesota answered with a nine-play, 71-yard drive that ended with Leidner scoring on a QB sneak. The Cornhuskers began the second quarter in Minnesota territory and Armstrong capped an eight-play sequence by throwing an 18-yard touchdown pass to Pierson-El. The Nebraska wide receiver fumbled the ball into the end zone, but was ruled to have broken the plane before losing control. Nebraska extended its lead with a big play from its special teams. Minnesota lined up for a field goal try after its next drive stall in the red zone and Randy Gregory blocked Ryan Santosos kick. Nate Gerry scooped up the ball and scored on a 85-yard return. Pierson-El lost the ball again after a reception, derailing a promising drive late in the first half. Game Notes Minnesota has won eight games in consecutive seasons for the first time since 2002-03 ... The Golden Gophers snapped a seven-game losing streak at Nebraska after ending a 16-game series losing streak last year ... 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