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Old 10-30-2012, 08:55 PM   #26 (permalink)
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You need Dashon Goldson for safety....
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Old 10-30-2012, 08:59 PM   #27 (permalink)
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Trying to figure out how no one has mentioned Cameron Wake as one of the best pass rushers. He is tied for 4th in sacks and has become a better all around player.
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Old 10-30-2012, 09:10 PM   #28 (permalink)
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I'm new here and this is my first thread; been seriously collecting cards for about the past four years and visiting this site for the past year. I thought it would be fun to finally get involved in the community. So my question is who are your 5 best players at qb, rb, wr, te, cb s and then also 5 best pass rushers and 5 best run stoppers?

Qb-Rodgers, brady, brees, manning, manning

Rb-Ap, McCoy, Mjd, T-Rich(biased since browns fan), rice

Wr-Megatron, Green, Fitzgerald, Harvin, Julio Jones

Te-Graham, Gronk, Hernadaz, Gonzo, Davis

Cb-Revis, Peterson, Bailey, Tim Jennings, Claiborne

S-Berry, Reed, Polamalu, Earl Thomas, Donte Whitner

Pass Rushers-Watt, Matthews, Miller, Ware, Allen

Run Stoppers- Wilfork, Haloti Ngata, Willis, Bowman, Briggs
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Completely forgot about Julio was thinking about him when I was putting Aj in but he slipped my mind after-words. I've always found foster to be a product of that zone blocking system, when Foster was hurt Ben Tate did just as well filling in for him and that system has had a history of churning out 1000 yrd backs.
First..welcome to the boards.

That said..

i know that you said it was a biased choice...but really..Richardson over Foster? and then you try and use the logic its "the system"? ok..

not many top 5 backs consistantly churn out 50 yards or less in games, yet Richardson has in 5. Even if you take away the last game..he has 4 games where he posted a stat line of 59 rushes for 157 yards. 2 of THOSE games came against the Bills (who are dead last against the run) and the Ravens, who have given up at least 80 yards to "starting' RBs this year.

Id have Gore, Lynch, Morris and Bradshaw in the top 5 way before Richardson.

As for WR..no Wayne, Thomas or Cruz?

as much as you said Foster is "due to scheme"..same also applies to Harvin.
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Old 10-30-2012, 09:25 PM   #29 (permalink)
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Not in order

QB:tom brady,aaron rodgers,drew brees,p.manning,matt ryan

RB:arian foster,ray rice,AD ALL DAY, BEAST MODE,Mjd

WR:larry fitz,Megatron,andre johnson,aj green,brandon marshall

TE:jason witten,Gronk,jimmy graham,Tony gonzalez,vernon davis

Dline:jj watt, jared allen,julius peppers,ngata,jpp

LB: demarcus ware,darly washington,clay matt,patrick willis,ray lewis

CB:antoine winfield,charles tillman,joe haden,l.webb,cortland finnegan

SAFETY: ed reed,eric weddle,ronde barber,antrel rolle,jairus byrd
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Old 10-30-2012, 09:55 PM   #30 (permalink)
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Tillman is very good but I wouldnt put much stock in the last game against Detroit. Calvin has not had a good game yet this year against any DB. He is dropping a lot of passes and struggling this year. Last year calvin had over 200 yards on 13 catches and a TD against the Bears in their 2 meetings and I would assume that was against Tillman?? Just wanted to point that out.
He was just pointing out one game, Tillman is the most consistent corner in the league this year, by far.
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Old 10-30-2012, 10:00 PM   #31 (permalink)
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not biased because i'm a Packers fan but I think for Safety you have to add Woodson and for Corner Back you have to find room for Tramon Williams. Hes an absolute beast and very under respected. Nobody throws in his direction anymore
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Old 10-30-2012, 10:03 PM   #32 (permalink)
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QB: Rodgers, Peyton, Brees, Stafford, RGIII
RB: Rice, Foster, AP, McCoy, McFadden
WR: Megatron, AJ Green, Fitz, Harvin, White
TE: Graham, Gronk, Tony G, Witten, Hernandez
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Old 10-30-2012, 10:07 PM   #33 (permalink)
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wow i cant beleive nobody said reggie wayne? i would def pick him over people like steve smith. whens that last time steve smith had over 200 recieiving yards in a game.
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First..welcome to the boards.

That said..

i know that you said it was a biased choice...but really..Richardson over Foster? and then you try and use the logic its "the system"? ok..

not many top 5 backs consistantly churn out 50 yards or less in games, yet Richardson has in 5. Even if you take away the last game..he has 4 games where he posted a stat line of 59 rushes for 157 yards. 2 of THOSE games came against the Bills (who are dead last against the run) and the Ravens, who have given up at least 80 yards to "starting' RBs this year.

Id have Gore, Lynch, Morris and Bradshaw in the top 5 way before Richardson.

As for WR..no Wayne, Thomas or Cruz?

as much as you said Foster is "due to scheme"..same also applies to Harvin.
True. If I had not thrown my biased pick in Foster would have made it in. He would be #5 though

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Old 10-30-2012, 11:48 PM   #35 (permalink)
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Not sure why Andre Johnson is still considered top 5. Harvin may not be top 5 just at WR, but with his KR production he is. Give him a talented qb and he would be top 5 at WR alone...he would kill it with Brady.
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