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TimD 10-12-2007 03:40 PM

Choose 3 Players
 
I saw this in the NFC North thread. Take a player from each of your div rivals and put them on your team. Who would it be?

Patriots - Tom Brady, the guy is a mastermind of working the offense and picking apart the defense. Although some of their defensive guys would be nice to help with our 3-4, Brady is too good to pass up.

Bills - Aaron Schobel, I know he's not a 3-4 DE, but like Brady he's too good to pass up on. If the Jets had someone like him, they would realize they should switch to the 4-3.

Dolphins - Honestly this one is tough, but I have to go with Ronnie Brown. I think that Ronnie Brown and Leon Washington would make the Jets have a deadly run game, once our O Line improves.

BroadwayJoe10 10-14-2007 02:01 AM

Patriots; - I am gonna be a little different on this one and go for vincent wilfork, so we can actually run a 3-4. Move Drob to defensive end.

Bills - Marshawn Lynch. Him and leon would be a filthy combo for a long time.

Dolphins - i guess since i already have a rb, im gonna go with teddy gin. The way i figure it, kellen clemens will be able to really spread the field with teddy gin, which will open up for cotchery and coles until he leaves.


This way we can either trade drob or use him as a DE. We can grab OLB with our first draft pick, such as gholston or groves etc. and Oline with the next couple picks. Our dline will be greatly improved by adding wilfork, which will make the play of vilma david harris and our new gholston that much better. Say we move drob for a 2nd; we can grab say RT richardson, OG grimes, and possibly a cb with the 2nd we got from drob. HAHa completely fantasizing, but its still fun.

255979119 10-15-2007 09:42 PM

Jets: I will have to say Vilma for this, hopefully he will be as effective as he was in the 4-3 with a better line in front.

Bills: I know we have Merriweather, but Whitner is just so talented and has a much greater upside. I would love for him to be Rodney's heir.

Dolphins: Jason Taylor is on the downside of his career, but if utilized properly he can be one of the most dominating players in the league. I would use his versatility all over the field at linebacker, and have him put his hand down on passing situations.

phish729 10-30-2007 11:18 PM

Jets: I would have to go with D. Revis, he is a good young solid cornor who should be good for a while, we need some youth in our secondary cause we have no one.

Bills: I would have to take lynch here, brown and lynch would be nasty for years.

Pats: this is obviously the toughets to choose from with the boatload of talent, other than tom brady i would take Asante Samuels because he is top three cornor in the league and young. same reason at derrel revis. he is also a UCF boy which is awesome

Bills2083 10-31-2007 09:46 PM

Jets: Jonathan Vilma would be the choice for me. It would give make our LB corps one of the best in the NFL. We'd have Crowell - Vilma - Posluszny.

Patriots: Tom Brady would be the obvious choice IMO, but I'll choose someone else. I'll go with Vince Wilfork. Even though he had that cheap shot on JP, I still want him on my team. He's a good player, and he grew up a Bills fan.

Dolphins: I'm not really sure who I'd go with here. If Chambers was still there, I'd take him. So instead, I'll go with Ted Ginn. He'd open up the other side of the field for Evans. Evans, Parrish, and Ginn would be deadly, especially with JP throwing bombs to them.

JetMan 11-10-2007 02:57 PM

Fins: it has got to be Jason Tayler. We could use an outside pass rush. Actaully, we can use any type of rush.

Pats: no brainer, Brady. If to be diffrent, I would then take Seymour.

Bills: Give me Peters. Don't know how well he would fit in at RT but it can't be worse than what we have.

art vandelay 11-11-2007 08:45 PM

Pats - Brady
Jets - Vilma
Dolphins - 1st Round pick this year

thebow305 01-14-2008 12:52 AM

JETS - Jonathan Vilma

PATRIOTS - Tom Brady

BILLS - Jason Peters

thetedginnshow 01-15-2008 08:46 PM

Pats - Vince Wilfork - I excluded Brady, so it was between him, Moss, and Seymour. But, the other two are older and I think it's fairly easier to find top players at those positions.

Bills - Derrick Dockery - It was between him, Evans, and Peters. I like Evans, but I think we need a bigger, more physical receiver, not to mention that that's easy to find in the draft. The only reason I took Dockery over Peters is that he's fairly young and in the upcoming draft (and even after that, really), it seems easier to find an OT prospect, especially at RT. Dockery's very talented and a huge reason why Lynch was so successful, so I think that'd really do wonders to our line.

Miami - Channing Crowder - Ronnie Brown was real tempting considering I'm a fan of his, but I think Crowder would be better for them. Brown's had injury issues, and even as a tandem back I think that'd be an issue. Plus, I think that the RB position is easier to remedy. Crowder would be the perfect ILB for the 3-4, and that'd also allow us to do something with Vilma.

TimD 01-16-2008 10:01 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by art vandelay (Post 723022)
Pats - Brady
Jets - Vilma
Dolphins - 1st Round pick this year

haha that's funny... took me 3 months to notice it but still

Bostonsportlova 01-19-2008 10:06 PM

Miami - Channing C.
Bills - Lynch
Jets - Revis

heavyduty 03-09-2008 06:20 PM

Dolphins- Channing Crowder
Jets- Nick Mangold
Pats- Randy Moss

BallerT1215 04-19-2008 09:10 PM

Dolphins - Jason Taylor

Patriots - Tom Brady

Jets - Nick Mangold (Bills need a C)

Boston'sWhizKid 04-21-2008 03:49 PM

Bills: Paul Pozluzny LB (pats need youth at LB)
Jets: Darell Revis CB (pats need another DB)
Dolphins: If I can, the first pick, trade with Chiefs at 5 and get Vernon Gholston. If not, Ted Ginn Jr.

Nalej 01-04-2009 04:35 PM

Jets- Vernon Gholston
Bills- Leodus McKelvin (sp?)
Dolphins- Joey Porter

Bigburt63 01-05-2009 10:58 AM

Jets- David Harris
Phins- Ronnie Brown
Bills- Lee Evans


another scenario

Jets- Darelle Revis
Phins- Ronnie Brown
Bills- Paul Posluzny

Don Vito 01-07-2009 02:11 PM

For the Patriots

Jets: Darrelle Revis
-Kerry Rhodes, David Harris, and one of Ferguson/Faneca/Mangold are all very tempting but corner is probably our biggest need and Revis is the best in the division. This is the closest to a no-brainer.

Dolphins: Jake Long
-It comes down to Long, Ronnie Brown, and Channing Crowder I think and Long is my pick. Brown is an elite talent at running back, but we have a plethora of solid (yet unspectacular running backs). The Pats could use a speed back to add to the RB corps but we are the epitome of a RB by committee approach and Brown would be more of a luxury. Matt Light is getting old and Long is one of the top OL prospects in a while and the Pats could certainly use him at our QBs blinside. Long also has the ability to play on the right side while Light is still playing.

Bills: Donte Whitner
-McKelvin, Lynch, and Puz are all posibilities but are secondary is starved for talent and adding Revis from the Jets along with Whitner would immediately make our defense one of the league's best. All we need is some secondary help and one more linebacker and we're there, and Whitner would be extremely valuable becuase he can play anywhere in the secondary. Plus he would be able to play on the same team as his kryptonite, Sammy Morris.

AntoinCD 01-07-2009 03:00 PM

Dolphins;

Ronnie Brown-Probably didn't deserve to go to the pro bowl but still agreat talent. I think they got away from him to much though as the season went on.

Jets;

Kerry Rhodes-Toss up between him and Revis but I would like the thought of Rhodes and Merriweather.

Bills;

Paul Poszlusny-Real good blue collar hard nosed linebacker to pair with Mayo

Bigburt63 01-07-2009 03:41 PM

I thought about long from the dolphins as well as revis from the jets, but Harris and Mayo inside would solidify out ILB for years, and Ronnie Brown is a stud

Quagmire 01-08-2009 12:24 PM

From the Patriots - Tom Brady. Hate him, but I am not stupid.
From the Jets - Darrelle Revis - Young CB who I think has big things ahead.
From the Bills - Lee Evans - Big time WR with game breaking ability.

JoeyJr09 01-15-2009 09:01 PM

From the Pats: Vince Wilfork
From the Jets: Darrelle Revis
From the Bills: Donte Whitner

DL of Holliday, Langford and Wilfork with Ferguson, Starks and Merling as backups. Nasty

LBs with Porter, Roth, Crowder, Ayodele, plus Anderson and Torbor. Not bad.

Starting DBs of Whitner, Bell, Will Allen and Darrelle Revis. Just sick. Plus Jason Allen, Renaldo Hill and Andre Goodman as depth.

Wouldn't even need an much offense. My defense wouldn't let anyone score.

thebow305 02-07-2009 07:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JoeyJr09 (Post 1433461)
From the Pats: Vince Wilfork
From the Jets: Darrelle Revis
From the Bills: Donte Whitner

DL of Holliday, Langford and Wilfork with Ferguson, Starks and Merling as backups. Nasty

LBs with Porter, Roth, Crowder, Ayodele, plus Anderson and Torbor. Not bad.

Starting DBs of Whitner, Bell, Will Allen and Darrelle Revis. Just sick. Plus Jason Allen, Renaldo Hill and Andre Goodman as depth.

Wouldn't even need an much offense. My defense wouldn't let anyone score.

This would be EPIC! I couldn't agree more here.

nepg 02-10-2009 12:59 AM

Jets - Revis
Dolphins - Fasano
Bills - McKelvin
(wanted to sneak a S in there somewhere, but couldn't take Whitner, Rhodes, or Allen over any of those three)
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BuffaloBillsFan 02-14-2009 12:08 AM

MIA - Ted Ginn Jr. (Would be an awesome threat opposite to Lee)

NYJ - Nick Mangold (This is who I was hoping we would draft years ago but we instead took McCargo =/ )

NE - Jerod Mayo (Bump Poz outside and have Poz, Mayo, Mitchell as our 3 starting LBs)

thebow305 02-24-2009 01:25 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nepg (Post 1484605)
Jets - Revis
Dolphins - Fasano
Bills - McKelvin
(wanted to sneak a S in there somewhere, but couldn't take Whitner, Rhodes, or Allen over any of those three)

Really, Fasano?

Either you really love Fasano, or you really hate our team as a whole. Hmmm.... interesting.


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