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Ravens1991
06-23-2007, 11:16 PM
Who has the best team over 3 years?

Chucky

Chucky

HC: Bil Belichick: One of the best coaches of all time, and definatly the best of our generation. Has one of the most innovative gameplans and is great at making adjustments throughout the game. One of the most creative minds in football
OC: Charlie Weis: A great offensive mind as shown in his time with the Pats as well as Notre Dame. Is great at developing quarterbacks and getting the best out of them. As shown through the transformation of Tom Brady
DC: Romeo Crennel: Has a great knowledge of the 3-4 and how it needs to be run. Has enough football knowledge and experience, that he should easily be able to pull of the Hybrid Defence.
For my staff as a whole notice the chemistry that they all have between them, from past experiences with the Pats


QB: Carson Palmer
RB: LDT
RB: Shaun Alexander
FB: Lorenzo Neal
WR: Marvin Harrison
WR: Terrel Owens
WR: Hines Ward
TE: Tony Gonzalez
LT: Jason Peters
LG: Derrick Dockery
C: Jeff Saturday
RG: Alen Faneca
RT: Marcus McNeil

Explanation: My offence all revolves around three key cornerstones: LDT, Carson Palmer and Marcus McNeil. With LDT, the best player in the league, pounding the rock, and recieving the ball out of the backfield, that will completely garner all of the defences attention leaving my second Cornerstone, Carson Palmer a lot of room to work with. Carson will be able to hit his vertical threat of Marvin Harrison, the smartest reciever in the game. As well as a big physical reciever like Terrel Owens as well as a big over the middle guy like Hines Ward. Also Carson Palmer has an unbelievable safety valve in Tony Gonzalez, one of the best Recieving Tight ends of all time and in the league today. I also have LDT's favourite blocker as my FB in Lorenzo Neal. My offence is not complete without my other cornerstone, Marcus McNeil. Marcus McNeil was already a top 5 LT as a rookie, and is now ready to make the leap as the best RT in the game. McNeil has all the size,strength and agility that is ideal for a RT to have. On the leftside I have one of the best up and coming LT in the game with Jason Peters, he is a converted TE who has much buzz around theleague and is ready to become an elite LT in the league. ON the inside I have 2 maulers at guard including a top 3 guard in the game in Alen Faneca. At Centre I have one of the smartest centres in the game, and will develop the kind of chemistry with carson that he had with Peyton.
4-3:

DE: Richard Seymour
DT: Kevin Williams
DT: Jamal Williams
DE: Jason Taylor
DE: Gaines Adams
OLB: Julian Peterson
MLB: Kirk Morrison
OLB: Bart Scott

3-4
DE: Richard Seymour
NT: Jamal Williams
DE: Kevin Williams
OLB: Jason Taylor
ILB: Kirk Morrison
ILB: Bart Scott
OLB: Julian Peterson
OLB: Gaines Adams

CB: Nnamdi Asoumogha
S: Bob Sanders
S: Kerry Rhodes
CB: Terrence Newman
CB: Nathan Vasher

Explanation: I am running a 3-4/4-3 hybrid defence. When run effectively this is the best defensive scheme, the thing is it takes very select personell. the 3-4 part of my defence all starts with the best NT in the game, Jamal Williams, who will be able to occupy 2-3 blockers on every play. With Jamal Williams occupying blockers it will make it very easy for the two ends, Seymour and Kevin Williams, to get to the quarterback and stop the run. I also have the reigning defensive player of the year in Jason Taylor to bring pressure on the quarterback, and the same with Julian Peterson who also provides good cover skills. I have two young up and coming LB's in Kirk Morrison and Bart Scot who will be free to roam around, stop the run and make big plays. In the 4-3 part of the scheme, i keep Jamal at NT, and slide KEvin WIlliams to UT, Seymour stays at DE, and Taylor shifts to DE. I will have a great run stopping DE in Seymour, and one of the best rushing DE's in Taylor. On obvious passing downs i will bring in the best DE from this draft, who has amazing pass rush skills. In the middle I have Jamal to clog it up, as well as Kevin williams to stop the run and apply pressure. If Jamal Williams gets tired, i could just slide Seymour to UT and Kevin to NT and gaines to DE. if Kevin WIlliams gets tired I could just slide Seymour to UT and gaines at DE. My secondary is stacked with the two best young corners in the league who can be left on an island by themselves. As well as one of the only true gamechangers at Safety, in bob sanders, and one of the best young Safetys in Kerry Rhodes



EWChucky

HC: Bil Belichick: One of the best coaches of all time, and definatly the best of our generation. Has one of the most innovative gameplans and is great at making adjustments throughout the game. One of the most creative minds in football
OC: Charlie Weis: A great offensive mind as shown in his time with the Pats as well as Notre Dame. Is great at developing quarterbacks and getting the best out of them. As shown through the transformation of Tom Brady
DC: Romeo Crennel: Has a great knowledge of the 3-4 and how it needs to be run. Has enough football knowledge and experience, that he should easily be able to pull of the Hybrid Defence.
For my staff as a whole notice the chemistry that they all have between them, from past experiences with the Pats


QB: Carson Palmer
RB: LDT
RB: Shaun Alexander
FB: Lorenzo Neal
WR: Marvin Harrison
WR: Terrel Owens
WR: Hines Ward
TE: Tony Gonzalez
LT: Jason Peters
LG: Derrick Dockery
C: Jeff Saturday
RG: Alen Faneca
RT: Marcus McNeil

Explanation: My offence all revolves around three key cornerstones: LDT, Carson Palmer and Marcus McNeil. With LDT, the best player in the league, pounding the rock, and recieving the ball out of the backfield, that will completely garner all of the defences attention leaving my second Cornerstone, Carson Palmer a lot of room to work with. Carson will be able to hit his vertical threat of Marvin Harrison, the smartest reciever in the game. As well as a big physical reciever like Terrel Owens as well as a big over the middle guy like Hines Ward. Also Carson Palmer has an unbelievable safety valve in Tony Gonzalez, one of the best Recieving Tight ends of all time and in the league today. I also have LDT's favourite blocker as my FB in Lorenzo Neal. My offence is not complete without my other cornerstone, Marcus McNeil. Marcus McNeil was already a top 5 LT as a rookie, and is now ready to make the leap as the best RT in the game. McNeil has all the size,strength and agility that is ideal for a RT to have. On the leftside I have one of the best up and coming LT in the game with Jason Peters, he is a converted TE who has much buzz around theleague and is ready to become an elite LT in the league. ON the inside I have 2 maulers at guard including a top 3 guard in the game in Alen Faneca. At Centre I have one of the smartest centres in the game, and will develop the kind of chemistry with carson that he had with Peyton.
4-3:

DE: Richard Seymour
DT: Kevin Williams
DT: Jamal Williams
DE: Jason Taylor
DE: Gaines Adams
OLB: Julian Peterson
MLB: Kirk Morrison
OLB: Bart Scott

3-4
DE: Richard Seymour
NT: Jamal Williams
DE: Kevin Williams
OLB: Jason Taylor
ILB: Kirk Morrison
ILB: Bart Scott
OLB: Julian Peterson
OLB: Gaines Adams

CB: Nnamdi Asoumogha
S: Bob Sanders
S: Kerry Rhodes
CB: Terrence Newman
CB: Nathan Vasher

Explanation: I am running a 3-4/4-3 hybrid defence. When run effectively this is the best defensive scheme, the thing is it takes very select personell. the 3-4 part of my defence all starts with the best NT in the game, Jamal Williams, who will be able to occupy 2-3 blockers on every play. With Jamal Williams occupying blockers it will make it very easy for the two ends, Seymour and Kevin Williams, to get to the quarterback and stop the run. I also have the reigning defensive player of the year in Jason Taylor to bring pressure on the quarterback, and the same with Julian Peterson who also provides good cover skills. I have two young up and coming LB's in Kirk Morrison and Bart Scot who will be free to roam around, stop the run and make big plays. In the 4-3 part of the scheme, i keep Jamal at NT, and slide KEvin WIlliams to UT, Seymour stays at DE, and Taylor shifts to DE. I will have a great run stopping DE in Seymour, and one of the best rushing DE's in Taylor. On obvious passing downs i will bring in the best DE from this draft, who has amazing pass rush skills. In the middle I have Jamal to clog it up, as well as Kevin williams to stop the run and apply pressure. If Jamal Williams gets tired, i could just slide Seymour to UT and Kevin to NT and gaines to DE. if Kevin WIlliams gets tired I could just slide Seymour to UT and gaines at DE. My secondary is stacked with the two best young corners in the league who can be left on an island by themselves. As well as one of the only true gamechangers at Safety, in bob sanders, and one of the best young Safetys in Kerry Rhodes


Eaglez


HC- Lovie Smith
OC- Norv Turner
DC- Jim Johnson

QB- Donovan McNabb
RB- Larry Johnson
FB- Lawrence Vickers
TE- Jason Witten
WR- Lee Evans
WR- Ted Ginn Jr.
LT- Levi Brown
LG- Steve Hutchinson
C- Jamal Jackson
RG- Leonard Davis
RT- Jon Jansen

DE- Tamba Hali
DT- John Henderson
DT- Marcus Stroud
DE- Darren Howard
SLB- Manny Lawson
ILB- Derrick Johnson
WLB- Ernie Sims
CB- Champ Bailey
CB- Carlos Rogers
FS- Brandon Meriweather
SS- Ken Hamlin

Chucky
06-23-2007, 11:24 PM
My team is better at QB, RB's, FB, WR, O-line, TE, D-line, Every LB position, CB, and both safety spots.

Eaglez.Fan
06-24-2007, 08:34 AM
How come your losing then?

princefielder28
06-24-2007, 08:41 AM
My team is better at QB, RB's, FB, WR, O-line, TE, D-line, Every LB position, CB, and both safety spots.

I voted for you

Its all about The U
06-24-2007, 11:22 AM
Coaches: Chucky
QB: Chucky
RB: Chucky
WR: Chucky
OL: Chucky
DL: Chucky
LB: Chucky
DB: Chucky

i vote chucky

Chucky
06-24-2007, 11:39 AM
I voted for you

+ rep


and i have no idea why i am losing, except in these things the other members of the pool tend to vote for the worse team, so they dont have to face them later. I mean your team will get no pressure on the quarterback and wont be able to stop my offence at all. My defence will also shut down your offence easily

Chucky
06-24-2007, 11:46 AM
One more thing Lovie Smith is a Cover 2 specialist, and becuase of that i would assume you are running the Cover 2. If so your best defensive player is being neutralized and underused(Champ), as a COver 2 corner.

Eaglez.Fan
06-24-2007, 12:37 PM
Jim Johnson doesn't run a cover 2. Lovie Smith is a cover two guy, but he isn't my defensive coordinator now is he...


QB- Me
RB- You
WR- You
O-Line- Me

D-Line- Me
LB- Me (try to stop Derrick Johnson, and Manny Lawson the two fastest LB's, and then also Ernie Simms)
DB- By far me

Chucky
06-24-2007, 01:04 PM
Carson Palmer without a doubt will be a way better QB than McNabb over the next 3 years, that is just a horrible statement by you. My O-line is way better than yours at every single position except for LG. My D-line is far superior to yours, My DT and yours are very close, although i believe mine are still slightly better, and when it comes to DE it isnt even close. My LB are also way better than yours, Derrick Johnson is an awful fit at MLB, and Manny Lawson is a poor fit in the 4-3, you LB's are young and unexperienced. Your safety tandem flat out sucks, while mine is one of the best, and while you do have champ, I would rather have Vasher, Terrence Newman and Nnamdi Asoumougha than CHamp and Carlos Rogers

Chucky
06-25-2007, 11:52 AM
Bump (10)

Eaglez.Fan
06-25-2007, 11:56 AM
Your a funny guy.

Ravens1991
06-25-2007, 03:08 PM
all tied up

Eaglez.Fan
06-25-2007, 03:59 PM
Give the victory to chucky, he seems to care.

Ravens1991
06-25-2007, 04:52 PM
we still have time.

Ravens1991
06-25-2007, 11:18 PM
Eaglez moves on that was a tight one.