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  • #46
    AFC EAST


    QB- T. Brady
    RB- R. Brown
    WR- Randy Moss
    WR- W. Welker
    WR- T. Owens
    TE- D. Keller
    LT- J. Long
    LG- L. Mankins
    C- N. Mangold
    RG- J. Smiley
    RT- D. Woody

    DE- R. Seymour
    NT- V. Wolfork
    DE- T. Warren
    OLB- J. Porter
    ILB- D. Harris
    ILB- J. Mayo
    OLB- A. Thomas
    CB- D. Revis
    CB- T. McGee
    S- K. Rhodes
    S- B. Merriweather

    K- Gostkowski
    P- Moorman
    KR- L. Washington
    -Boston Red Sox-New England Patriots-Boston Celtics-

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    • #47
      Originally posted by d34ng3l021 View Post
      NFC South

      QB Drew Brees (NO) [Next year itll be Matt Ryan ;))
      RB DeAngelo Williams (CAR)
      FB Ovie Mughelli (ATL)
      WR Steve Smith (CAR)
      WR Roddy White (ATL) [lol at Chucky putting Antonio Bryant over White]
      TE Tony Gonzalez (ATL) [lol at Chucky saying Winslow is right behind]
      LT Jordan Gross (CAR) [Jamaal Brown is not that great anymore in my mind]
      LG Justin Blalock (ATL)
      C Todd McClure (ATL)
      RG Davin Joseph (TB)
      RT Jeff Otah (CAR)

      LE Julius Peppers (CAR)
      DT Jonathan Babineaux (ATL)
      DT Sedrick Ellis (NO)
      RE John Abraham (ATL)
      LB Jon Vilma (NO)
      LB Jon Beason (CAR)
      LB Barrett Ruud (TB)
      CB Chris Gamble (CAR)
      CB Richard Marshall (CAR)
      SS Chris Harris (CAR)
      FS Tanard Jackson (TB)

      I got lazy and made the LB positions just LB. All of them are MLBs lol. The 4 best LBs in the NFC South might all be MLBs. As much as the NFC South used to be known for defense, an All-NFC South offense would probably be in contention for the best offense in all division teams. Imagine Drew Brees having the option of throwing to Steve Smith, Roddy White, Marques Colston, Antonio Bryant, and Tony Gonzalez on 4 wide 1 TE sets.
      Bryant>White. White will probably outproduce him this year though.

      Gonzalez>Winslow but Winslow will probably outproduce him.

      Blalock and McClure? I lol'd.

      Gaines Adams is gonna blow up this year. Abraham is beginning his decline. I think Adams will prove the better player this year.

      Phillips is the best SS in the division if he moves back there. Right now he's being tried out at LB.

      sig by BoneKrusher

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      • #48
        AFC South

        QB - Peyton Manning - Colts
        RB - Maurice Jones-Drew - Jaguars
        FB - Greg Jones - Jaguars
        WR - Andre Johnson - Texans
        WR - Reggie Wayne - Colts
        TE - Dallas Clark - Colts
        LT - Michael Roos - Titans
        LG - Vince Manuwai - Jaguars
        C - Kevin Mawae - Titans
        RG - Jake Scott - Titans
        RT - David Stewart - Titans

        LE - Mario Williams - Texans
        DT - John Henderson - Jaguars
        DT - Tony Brown - Titans
        RE - Dwight Freeney - Colts
        WLB - David Thornton - Titans
        MLB - DeMeco Ryans - Texans
        SLB - Keith Bullock - Titans
        CB - Cortland Finnegan - Titans
        CB - Rashean Mathis - Jaguars
        FS - Michael Griffin - Titans
        SS - Bob Sanders - Colts
        Last edited by Seamus2602; 05-09-2009, 10:28 AM.
        Originally posted by George Carlin

        In Football the object is for the Field General to be on target with his aerial assault, riddling the Defence by hitting his Receivers with deadly accuracy, in spite of the Blitz, even if he has to use the Shotgun. With short bullet passes and long bombs he marches his troops into enemy territory, balancing this aerial assault with a sustained ground attack which punches holes in the forward wall of the enemy’s Defensive Line.

        In Baseball the object is to go home and be safe.

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        • #49
          Originally posted by Seamus2602 View Post
          AFC South

          QB - Peyton Manning - Colts
          RB - Maurice Jones-Drew - Jaguars
          FB - Greg Jones - Jaguars
          WR - Andre Johnson - Texans
          WR - Reggie Wayne - Colts
          TE - Dallas Clark - Colts
          LT - Michael Roos - Titans
          LG - Vince Manuwai - Jaguars
          C - Kevin Mawae - Titans
          RG - Jake Scott - Titans
          RT - David Stewart - Titans

          LE - Mario Williams - Texans
          DT - John Henderson - Jaguars
          DT - Tony Brown - Titans
          RE - Dwight Freeney - Colts
          WLB - Ketih Bullock - Titans
          MLB - DeMeco Ryans - Texans
          SLB - David Thornton - Titans
          CB - Cortland Finnegan - Titans
          CB - Rashean Mathis - Jaguars
          FS - Michael Griffin - Titans
          SS - Bob Sanders - Colts
          Keith Bulluck plays SLB, and David Thornton plays WLB. Just FYI.

          Why does everyone think Bulluck plays the weakside?
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          • #50
            Originally posted by TitanHope View Post
            Keith Bulluck plays SLB, and David Thornton plays WLB. Just FYI.

            Why does everyone think Bulluck plays the weakside?
            Probably Madden. lol.

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            • #51
              Originally posted by Go_Eagles77 View Post
              Probably Madden. lol.
              Is he not a ROLB? Nobody can spell his name right either.

              Keith Bulluck will not stand for this! Harumph! Harumph he says!
              Still Team The Ke$ha!!!

              [@TDWinstead]
              Originally posted by MichaelJordanEberle (sabf)
              Damn Ke$ha is sexy.

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              • #52
                Originally posted by TitanHope View Post
                Is he not a ROLB? Nobody can spell his name right either.

                Keith Bulluck will not stand for this! Harumph! Harumph he says!
                In Madden I believe ROLB = WLB and LOLB = SLB.

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by TitanHope View Post
                  Is he not a ROLB? Nobody can spell his name right either.

                  Keith Bulluck will not stand for this! Harumph! Harumph he says!
                  Well for most teams ROLB is WLB, so that just may be it.

                  Edit: Coordiator0 beat me to it.

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                  • #54
                    my afc north all stars

                    QB-Ben Roethlisberger
                    RB-Willie Parker
                    FB-Le'Ron McClain
                    WR-Chad Ochocinco
                    WR-Hines Ward
                    TE-Heath Miller....I mean Steve Heiden :p
                    T-Joe Thomas
                    G-Eric Steinbach
                    C-Matt Birk
                    G-Ben Grubbs
                    T-Jared Gaither

                    DE-Aaron Smith
                    NT-Shaun Rogers
                    DE-Haloti Ngata
                    OLB-James Harrison
                    ILB-James Farrior
                    ILB-Ray Lewis
                    OLB-Terrell Suggs
                    CB-Leon Hall
                    CB-Ike Taylor
                    FS-Ed Reed
                    SS-Troy Polamalu

                    Great front 7 division, terrible CB division.

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                    • #55
                      Originally posted by coordinator0 View Post
                      In Madden I believe ROLB = WLB and LOLB = SLB.
                      I thought it was the other way around. Right Outside Linebacker is behind the Right Defensive End, and Left Outside Linebacker is behind the Left Defensive End.

                      Ugh, I gotta check Madden...
                      Still Team The Ke$ha!!!

                      [@TDWinstead]
                      Originally posted by MichaelJordanEberle (sabf)
                      Damn Ke$ha is sexy.

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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by Gay Ork Wang View Post
                        i wouldnt put shaffer on there, he isnt even going to start without a competition. as of now the Bears have LT Pace and RT Williams
                        I totally forgot about Williams. I just figured that Shaffer was better than Cherilus, Cook, and whoever the Packers RT will be.

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                        • #57
                          NFC South

                          QB - Drew Brees (Saints)
                          RB - Michael Turner (Falcons)
                          FB - Ovie Mughelli (Falcons)
                          WR - Steve Smith (Panthers)
                          WR - Roddy White (Falcons)
                          TE - Tony Gonzalez (Falcons)
                          LT: Jordan Gross (Panthers)
                          LG: Davin Joseph (Bucs)
                          C: Jeff Faine (Bucs)
                          RG: Jahri Evans (Saints)
                          RT: Jeff Otah (Panthers)

                          DE: Julius Peppers (Panthers)
                          DT: Jonathan Babineaux (Falcons)
                          DT: Sedrick Ellis (Saints)
                          DE: John Abraham (Falcons)
                          LB: Barrett Ruud (Bucs)
                          LB: Jonathan Vilma (Saints)
                          LB: Jon Beason (Panthers)
                          CB: Chris Gamble (Panthers)
                          CB: Richard Marshall (Panthers)
                          FS: Tanard Jackson (Bucs)
                          SS: Chris Harris (Panthers)

                          This would make 8 Panthers, 6 Falcons, 4 Bucs, and 4 Saints.
                          Last edited by Draft King; 05-09-2009, 12:34 PM.

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                          • #58
                            Originally posted by Giantsfan1080 View Post
                            I agree with the 2 NFC East lists pretty much except I'd put Madison Hedgecock in as the FB.
                            Its close, I like Hedgecock a lot as a FB (someone will go there, I just know it), but i say it is a 3 way race between him, Sellers, and Weaver. Eagles bias aside, Weaver gets it for me, he is one of the most underrated signings of Free Agency. He can do everything, everything, and at an elite level. Ask the Seahawks fans about him, they'll tell you. I've seen him play a lot and when I hear the Eagles signed him i was beyond excited, since he is our first real FB since Jon Ritchie. Weaver coould easily go to the Pro Bowl this year and be lsited as the All-Pro, IMO, he is that good.
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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by Bills2083 View Post
                              QB - Tom Brady (Patriots)
                              RB - Marshawn Lynch :) (Bills)
                              RB - Thomas Jones (Jets)
                              WR - Randy Moss (Patriots)
                              WR - Terrell Owens (Bills)
                              WR - Wes Welker (Patriots)
                              TE - Dustin Keller (Jets)
                              LT - Jake Long (Dolphins)
                              LG - Logan Mankins (Patriots)
                              C - Nick Mangold (Jets)
                              RG - Stephen Neal (Patriots)
                              RT - Vernon Carey (Dolphins)

                              Defense: 3-4, considering 3 of the 4 teams employ it. I wish all 4 would, however

                              LE - Ty Warren (Patriots)
                              DT - Vince Wilfork (Patriots) Kris Jenkins (Jets) It's a tossup IMO
                              RE - Richard Seymour (Patriots)
                              LOLB - Joey Porter (Dolphins)
                              ILB - Jerod Mayo (Patriots)
                              ILB - David Harris (Jets)
                              ROLB - Adalius Thomas (Patriots)
                              CB - Terrence McGee (Bills)
                              CB - Darrelle Revis (Jets)
                              SS - Donte Whitner (Bills)... AFC East is weak at SS
                              FS - Kerry Rhodes (Jets)

                              K - Stephen Gostkowski (Patriots)
                              P - Brian Moorman (Bills)
                              KR - Leon Washington (Jets)
                              PR - Roscoe Parrish (Bills) ;)
                              I would say Lee or Welker depending on how your doing this. If you are building a team, Welker in the slot is money. If you are saying who is the most talented, it Lee Evans imo.

                              TE sucks in the east.....I guess its Keller?

                              The OL seems right to me.

                              I think Wilfork is the NT if you are making a team bc he plays with both Warren and Seymour who are both slam dunks imo.

                              Cant argue with the LB choices.

                              Secondary looks right......if you have McGee at #1 over Revis tho your crazy.

                              K and P is what I would have. AFC East is LOADED with return talent btw. God, between Leon, Revis, McKelvin, Parrish, McGee, Ginn there are some absolutely NASTY return men.
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                              • #60
                                Originally posted by Rob S View Post
                                I would say Lee or Welker depending on how your doing this. If you are building a team, Welker in the slot is money. If you are saying who is the most talented, it Lee Evans imo.


                                I think Wilfork is the NT if you are making a team bc he plays with both Warren and Seymour who are both slam dunks imo.



                                Secondary looks right......if you have McGee at #1 over Revis tho your crazy.

                                .
                                I went with Welker just because he's the best slot-receiver in the NFL.
                                I'd have T.O./Moss on the outside with Welker in the slot.

                                Good point about Wilfork

                                And McGee came to mind first for CB so I put his name down first. Revis is better


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