Four-time Pro Bowl tailback Priest Holmes, who returned to the field with the Kansas City Chiefs last month following nearly two years of inactivity, has decided to leave the game, and announced his retirement at a Wednesday afternoon news conference.
Had his single-season TD record stood, he'd be a sure Hall of Famer. Tomlinson shattering the record in such a short amount of time, however, probably leaves Holmes destined to stay on the outside looking in.
Still, gotta admire him for at least attempting a comeback this year.
"Wocka Wocka...who wants to hear a funny-ass joke?"
Sorry to see him go out. I saw him play in person once, and I thought he was just amazing. I haven't been to too many NFL games, but that one will always stand out for me. A game against the Jets in 2002 he ran for 152 yards and a TD. He also caught the ball for nearly 100 yards and another score as well. He was on top of his game there.
A lot depends on the scoring for your league, from what I can tell. For instance, in my league I get 1 pt / 10yds rushing but 1pt / 25 throwing - so a scrambling QB is better in some ways than a long bomber. In my league, Culpepper (if healthy)