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TheChampIsHere
08-13-2007, 01:20 AM
preseason games have gotten me thinking about this, if were talking about which teams backups would make the best starting lineup who does it go? I think I have to vote the Chargers, look at the offense.

QB: Volek
HB: Michael Turner, Darren Sproles
WR: Malcolm Floyd, Eric Parker, Osgood (Im calling Davis the starter)
TE: Manumaluena, Chandler
OL: Oben, Mrucowzki, Withrow

DL: Bingham, Cesaire
LB: Polk, Dobbins, Waters, Harris
DB: Cromartie, Jue, Weddle

Im not bothering to mention everyone but as you can see some pretty damn good players who are backups for the Chargers

and also, look at my Raiders. yes, they seem better because i know their backups better than I do other teams, but still I have to say we have a pretty deep team.

QB: Culpepper?
HB: Rhodes, Fargas, Michael Bush
FB: Crockett
WR: Gabriel, Mike Williams, Taylor, Higgins
TE: Madsen, Stewart
OL: Newberry, Boothe, McQuistan, Mario Henderson, Chad Slaughter

DL: Brayton, Moses, Hawthorne
LB: Robert Thomas, Ekejiuba
DB: Darius, Routt, Carr, Bowie, Frampton, Ward, Starks, Branch.................its a mystery who is gonna make the roster at DB for us...weve got 7 CBs and 7 safeties who all have a pretty decent shot at it and when BJ Ward and Hiram Eugene are the stars of our first preseason game it doesnt help clear matters up at all.

JK17
08-13-2007, 01:23 AM
What? A Raiders fan giving credit to San Diego?...unheard of..

Seriosuly though, San Diego does have good backups, but I'm not going to pretend I know enough about every other teams' backups that I can speak with any kind of authority on this.

All I can say is San Diego has some good backups, and I'm sure a whole lot of other teams do also.

TitleTown088
08-13-2007, 01:23 AM
How can the raiders have good backups when their starters are atrocious?

JF4
08-13-2007, 01:24 AM
The Chargers definately have good depth.

The Bears have very good depth also.

Now only if they had a QB;)

bearfan
08-13-2007, 01:34 AM
I dont wanna sound like a homer, but the Bears have some pretty damn good depth

QB: Griese, Orton
RB: Adrian Peterson
FB: Mr Suspended 4 games
WR: Bradley, Hester, Hass, Rideau, Rashied Davis
TE: Desmond Clark, John Gilmore
OT: John St. Clair
G: Terrence Metcalf, Beekman *unproven
C: Patrick Manelly

DE: ALex Brown, Isreal Idonije
DT: Anthony Adams, Dusty Dvorchek, ANtonio Garay
LB: Jamar Williams, Ayenbadejo, Leon Joe, Rod Wilson
CB: Ricky Manning Jr.
S: Daniel Manning, Brandon Mcgowan, Payne

TheChampIsHere
08-13-2007, 01:37 AM
How can the raiders have good backups when their starters are atrocious?

well it can be a problem when your starters arent much better than your backups lol....

Nah seriously though the Raiders got some great starters on defense, but if you look on offense, a lot of positions, the starters arent a whole lot better than the backups...
QB: Starter: McCown
backups: Culpepper, Walter, Russell
comment: I may very well like McCown the least of the 4 of them
HB: Starter: Jordan
backups: Rhodes, Fargas, Michael Bush
comment: read QB comment
WR: Starters: Porter, Curry
backups: Mike Williams, Travis Taylor, Higgins, Whitted, Gabriel....
comment: in this case our 2 starters really are a cut above the rest, none of the others have proven anything really at the NFL level.
TE: starter: Zach miller
backups: Madsen, Stewart
comment: Miller is a good rookie and Im loving him, I like Madsens upside but yes I really do think Miller is gonna be a huge upgrade for us at TE over Courtney Anderson from last year
OL: Starters: Sims, Gallery, Grove, Carlisle, Cornell Green
backups: Mario Henderson, Boothe, Newberry, McQuistan, Chad Slaughter
comment: I cant wait for Mario Henderson to be ready to take over for that bum Sims, Gallery is a massive dissapointment and I have no idea if he'll do well at guard but I do know Boothe was a bright spot on this OL last year. Carlisle does add some consistency and I like that from him. At C, I am just hoping Newberry will be healthy enough to take over Grove, another bust...and I really just dont know much about Cornell Green but he cracked the starting lineup when we decided that Gallery couldnt cut it at OT and slid him inside to guard.

Cashmoney
08-13-2007, 01:44 AM
i thought this thread was gonna be like you make a team out of back up players on every team. not just one teams back ups. that wouldve been cool.

Caddy
08-13-2007, 02:20 AM
I'm not going to be a homer and say the Bucs even though, like everyone else, I am biased towards my own team so i'll just say the Pats have some pretty decent depth, particularly on the offensive line.

TheChampIsHere
08-13-2007, 02:48 AM
i thought this thread was gonna be like you make a team out of back up players on every team. not just one teams back ups. that wouldve been cool.

go ahead and do that if you want....the all-star backup team lol

QB: Garrard
HB: Michael Turner, Maurice Drew, Marion Barber
WR: Mike Furrey, Chris Henry, Patrick Crayton, Drew Bennett
TE: Tony Scheffler, Desmond Clark
OT: Roman Oben, Maurice Williams
OG: Ben Grubbs, David Baas
C: Jeremy Newberry

DE: Mark Anderson, Robert Mathis, Jarvis Green
DT: Ian Scott, Darwin Walker, Alan Branch
LB: Kendrell Bell, James Harrison, Patrick Willis, Bobby Carpenter
DB: Stuart Schweigert, Jimmy Williams, Dominique Foxworth, Richard Marshall, Merriweather, Adam Archuleta

Caddy
08-13-2007, 04:22 AM
go ahead and do that if you want....the all-star backup team lol

QB: Garrard
HB: Michael Turner, Maurice Drew, Marion Barber
WR: Mike Furrey, Chris Henry, Patrick Crayton, Drew Bennett
TE: Tony Scheffler, Desmond Clark
OT: Roman Oben, Maurice Williams
OG: Ben Grubbs, David Baas
C: Jeremy Newberry

DE: Mark Anderson, Robert Mathis, Jarvis Green
DT: Ian Scott, Darwin Walker, Alan Branch
LB: Kendrell Bell, James Harrison, Patrick Willis, Bobby Carpenter
DB: Stuart Schweigert, Jimmy Williams, Dominique Foxworth, Richard Marshall, Merriweather, Adam Archuleta

I personally don't believe rookies should be anywhere near this sort of list. At least not untill they play a few regular season games.

KCJ58
08-13-2007, 04:33 AM
i thought Stuart Schweigert and Tony Scheffler were both starters

KCJ58
08-13-2007, 04:34 AM
i would put Joe Klopfenstein as the Tight End

TheChampIsHere
08-13-2007, 04:36 AM
I personally don't believe rookies should be anywhere near this sort of list. At least not untill they play a few regular season games.

well i hear what youre saying and I was thinking the same thing myself but there are rookies who have the kind of talent that only stays on the bench in rookie years unless they are busts of course...some of the guys i mentioned like Patrick Willis and Merriweather not to mention guys like Adrian Peterson, I think they are all stars in the making but just landed on a team in a situation where they have to ride the bench for a minute.

TheChampIsHere
08-13-2007, 04:37 AM
i thought Stuart Schweigert and Tony Scheffler were both starters

the way Im hearing it their starting jobs are being taken by Donovin Darius and Daniel Graham

KCJ58
08-13-2007, 04:41 AM
o yea i forgot about those signings my bad :)

yourfavestoner
08-13-2007, 05:51 AM
This thread is gonna be nothing but a complete homerfest by tomorrow afternoon.

Seriously. Most fans just assert that so-and-so on their team is among the best backups in the league at his position.

And David Garrard should not be at the top of any sort of "Best" list unless we're talking about players that are the best at snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.

The Unseen
08-13-2007, 07:17 AM
This thread is gonna be nothing but a complete homerfest by tomorrow afternoon.

Seriously. Most fans just assert that so-and-so on their team is among the best backups in the league at his position.

And David Garrard should not be at the top of any sort of "Best" list unless we're talking about players that are the best at snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.

In other news, I could definitely make a case for the Jaguars for being the best, but never mind.

cardsalltheway
08-13-2007, 08:08 AM
go ahead and do that if you want....the all-star backup team lol

DE: Mark Anderson, Robert Mathis, Jarvis Green

Robert Mathis is a starter

rchrd
08-13-2007, 10:05 AM
This thread is gonna be nothing but a complete homerfest by tomorrow afternoon.

Seriously. Most fans just assert that so-and-so on their team is among the best backups in the league at his position.

And David Garrard should not be at the top of any sort of "Best" list unless we're talking about players that are the best at snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.

I thought it might be some sort of all nfl back up team but oh well, I suppose that isnt immune to the homerfest either.

bantx
08-13-2007, 10:21 AM
I dont wanna sound like a homer, but the Bears have some pretty damn good depth

QB: Griese, Orton
RB: Adrian Peterson
FB: Mr Suspended 4 games
WR: Bradley, Hester, Hass, Rideau, Rashied Davis
TE: Desmond Clark, John Gilmore
OT: John St. Clair
G: Terrence Metcalf, Beekman *unproven
C: Patrick Manelly

DE: ALex Brown, Isreal Idonije
DT: Anthony Adams, Dusty Dvorchek, ANtonio Garay
LB: Jamar Williams, Ayenbadejo, Leon Joe, Rod Wilson
CB: Ricky Manning Jr.
S: Daniel Manning, Brandon Mcgowan, Payne

the dline back-up for the bears is crazy

but yes chargers has some very nice backups especially at the RB position probably one of the best combos, behind duece and reggie

Smooth Criminal
08-13-2007, 10:50 AM
I'm impressed someone other than a Steelers fan gave James Harrison some credit.

But its the Chargers if we are talking about a complete team. They have several people as backups that could easily be starters on other teams. Billy volek is a solid backu qb and turner is the best back up runningback in the game. They have good oline depth and there recievers are decent aswell.

kalbears13
08-13-2007, 10:54 AM
The only Browns players that I would even give consideration for this would be: C Hank Fraley, TE Steve Heiden, ILB Leon Williams and CB Gary Baxter(If Eric Wright starts which will probably happen.)

skinzzfan25
08-13-2007, 12:22 PM
DB: Stuart Schweigert, Jimmy Williams, Dominique Foxworth, Richard Marshall, Merriweather, Adam Archuleta

.....Maybe for punt protector.

And no mention of Betts yet? I think him or Turner would be the best bet.

TheChampIsHere
08-13-2007, 12:48 PM
This thread is gonna be nothing but a complete homerfest by tomorrow afternoon.

Seriously. Most fans just assert that so-and-so on their team is among the best backups in the league at his position.

And David Garrard should not be at the top of any sort of "Best" list unless we're talking about players that are the best at snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.

yea, it could turn into a homerfest...if it happens it happens nothing I can do about it, its still fun this time of year to talk about the top backups on teams, a lot of them will actually become starters during the season and possibly have breakout years.

And while Garrard had some bad moments last year (Titans game comes to mind), hes still a damn good backup QB. Who do you think is better?

GB12
08-13-2007, 12:49 PM
We just had this thread, it was "What Team Has the Besst Depth" or something. Taking the best back ups from around the NFL and making a team would be much better.

TheChampIsHere
08-13-2007, 12:55 PM
.....Maybe for punt protector.

And no mention of Betts yet? I think him or Turner would be the best bet.

ah Betts...surprised I forgot about him...theres a lot of good backups at running back though, I also left off Adrian Peterson

HoopsDemon12
08-13-2007, 01:11 PM
I'm not going to be a homer and say the Bucs even though, like everyone else, I am biased towards my own team so i'll just say the Pats have some pretty decent depth, particularly on the offensive line.

really cause i know the bills back ups basically arent that good

MasterShake
08-13-2007, 02:20 PM
The 49ers have a little depth for the first time in a long time, but only at certain positions.

OL is our biggest strength as we have: Adam Snyder, David Baas and Kwame Harris (maybe Staley) as backups.

All of those guys will likely be starting and playing well next year or possibly this year.

CB isn't too shabby with: Shawntae Spencer and Tarell Brown

MLB looks solid with: Patrick Willis and Jeff Ulbrich.

TheChampIsHere
08-13-2007, 02:46 PM
The 49ers have a little depth for the first time in a long time, but only at certain positions.

OL is our biggest strength as we have: Adam Snyder, David Baas and Kwame Harris (maybe Staley) as backups.

All of those guys will likely be starting and playing well next year or possibly this year.

CB isn't too shabby with: Shawntae Spencer and Tarell Brown

MLB looks solid with: Patrick Willis and Jeff Ulbrich.

I think Ulbrich retired but yea the 49ers have some good backups for the first time in a while....they got some other good ones at WR with Jason Hill and Arnaz Battle, Keith Lewis is a good backup at S, and Ronald Fields a solid backup at NT.

MasterShake
08-13-2007, 02:52 PM
I think Ulbrich retired but yea the 49ers have some good backups for the first time in a while....they got some other good ones at WR with Jason Hill and Arnaz Battle, Keith Lewis is a good backup at S, and Ronald Fields a solid backup at NT.

Ulbrich hasn't retired, don't know where you got that.

Keith Lewis is a nice backup but I didn't want to get too homerish.

Battle is starting so he isn't a backup...Lelie is the backup.

Fields is a backup DE who could possibly start, but he does backup the NT position as well as a 3rd stringer. With Ray McDonald our DE position has a few pretty good backups, but again getting homerish.

SubNoize
08-13-2007, 03:08 PM
Kwame Harris sucks, he's a bust all the way... def. doesn't add depth starting or backing up...

TheChampIsHere
08-13-2007, 03:16 PM
i agree Harris is a bust but he has been starting at RT for a while which makes him a valuable backup....If Staley or Jennings goes down, they have a guy who they know can come in and be a servicable starter

keylime_5
08-13-2007, 03:20 PM
Well the Browns is probably crappy, but not too much worse than their first team:
QB-Anderson
RB-Jason Wright
H-B-Darnell Dinkins
WR-Travis Wilson
WR-Tim Carter
TE-Steve Heiden
LT-Nat Dorsey
LG-Lennie Friedman
C-Seth McKinney
RG-Isaac Sowells
RT-Kelly Butler

LE-SImon Fraser
NT-Shaun Smith
RE-J'Vonne Parker
LOLB-Antwan Peek
LILB-Leon Williams
RILB-Chaun Thompson
ROLB-David McMillan
LCB-Daven Holly
RCB-Kenny Wright
FS-Mike Adams
SS-Justin Hamilton

kalbears13
08-13-2007, 03:26 PM
Well the Browns is probably crappy, but not too much worse than their first team:
QB-Anderson
RB-Jason Wright
H-B-Darnell Dinkins
WR-Travis Wilson
WR-Tim Carter
TE-Steve Heiden
LT-Nat Dorsey
LG-Lennie Friedman
C-Seth McKinney
RG-Isaac Sowells
RT-Kelly Butler

LE-SImon Fraser
NT-Shaun Smith
RE-J'Vonne Parker
LOLB-Antwan Peek
LILB-Leon Williams
RILB-Chaun Thompson
ROLB-David McMillan
LCB-Daven Holly
RCB-Kenny Wright
FS-Mike Adams
SS-Justin Hamilton

Do we play with 3 CB's now?

scottyboy
08-13-2007, 03:31 PM
the giants backup QB could eat your backup QB. that is all

MasterShake
08-13-2007, 03:34 PM
Kwame Harris sucks, he's a bust all the way... def. doesn't add depth starting or backing up...

Kwame Harris is a very inconsistent pass protector, but a very good run blocker. Alot of people say he sucks, but he'll probably get paid by some team to start at RT next year.

I'm not a Kwame Harris fan and I really don't want MY QB's health in his hands, but his run blocking makes him low end starting material and therefore a good backup.

Dam8610
08-13-2007, 04:50 PM
Don't we already have this thread? It's titled "Which Team?" as I recall. The premise that the title suggests (pick the best backups from around the league to form a starting lineup) might be fun though.

Turtlepower
08-13-2007, 04:51 PM
Don't we already have this thread? It's titled "Which Team?" as I recall. The premise that the title suggests (pick the best backups from around the league to form a starting lineup) might be fun though.

That thread is for the team with the best depth, not the best backups. Don't you understand the difference?

Because I don't see much of one...

Dam8610
08-13-2007, 04:53 PM
That thread is for the team with the best depth, not the best backups. Don't you understand the difference?

Because I don't see much of one...

That's because there isn't one. I'm all for hijacking this and turning it into the premise the title suggests.

Turtlepower
08-13-2007, 04:56 PM
That's because there isn't one. I'm all for hijacking this and turning it into the premise the title suggests.

Do you mean create the greatest back-up team in the history of the NFL???

Dam8610
08-13-2007, 05:01 PM
Do you mean create the greatest back-up team in the history of the NFL???

History of the NFL would be a bit much. I was just thinking among current backups.

bearfan
08-13-2007, 05:11 PM
Vikes have best RB depth: Taylor, AD, Moore
Raiders have best QB depth: Culpepper, McCown, Walter
Lions have best WR depth: Furrey, McDonald

this is all IMO

MasterShake
08-13-2007, 05:22 PM
Vikes have best RB depth: Taylor, AD, Moore
Raiders have best QB depth: Culpepper, McCown, Walter
Lions have best WR depth: Furrey, McDonald

this is all IMO

Raiders have AWESOME QB depth....and 0 starters....well done.

SubNoize
08-13-2007, 05:26 PM
Vikes have best RB depth: Taylor, AD, Moore
Raiders have best QB depth: Culpepper, McCown, Walter
Lions have best WR depth: Furrey, McDonald

this is all IMO

is that some kind of sick joke? I'm a Raiders fan and even I know that they're not a great stable of QBs. It's comprised of a has been, mr. mediocre and a never will be in Walter. we're just biding time until Russell actually decides his lazy ass wants to take his f'in millions and get on the damn field.

skinzzfan25
08-13-2007, 05:27 PM
Raiders have AWESOME QB depth....and 0 starters....well done.

That award would probably have to go to Tampa lol.

keylime_5
08-13-2007, 06:18 PM
Do we play with 3 CB's now?

? 1st teamers: Bodden, E.Wright, 2nd teamers: K.Wright, Holly. I'm not gonna include Baxter until he plays.

JK17
08-13-2007, 06:18 PM
Don't we already have this thread? It's titled "Which Team?" as I recall. The premise that the title suggests (pick the best backups from around the league to form a starting lineup) might be fun though.

I'll try it...

Quarterback: David Carr

Carr might not be the popular pick for the spot, but I don't see many other options. I wanted a guy who has some starting experience, and Carr did not look all that bad when he was in Houston either, he just wasn't a superstar. He did show a lot of improvement though, and with a decent O-Line could be effective.
Honorable Mention: David Garrard, Damon Huard, Billy Volek

Running Back: Michael Turner

Turner could be a starter almost anywhere in the league but San Diego. He runs hard every play, and really never gives up. He also plays big when he needs to in the clutch, he iced the game vs. Indy a couple years ago, and continues to grow as a player. His only other real competition in my mind would be Betts, who also enjoyed success as a starter. I also assumed platoon guys, like Reggie Bush or Marion Barber weren't eligible, so only actual backups to full-time starters I included.
Honorable Mention:Ladell Betts, Michael Bennett, Maurice Morris

Wide Receiver: Chris Henry, Mike Furrey

For the WR's I used #3 guys, because too many #2's serve as essentially #1's. Henry, when he's not suspended has great years, and puts up big numbers in Cincy, and Furrey is only a #3 now because Calvin Johnson is a freak, and Roy Williams is the real deal. It's hard to find guys better then these to play on your team.
Honorable Mention: Bryant Johnson, Brandon Stokley, Patrick Crayton, Drew Bennett, Wes Welker

Tight End: Desmond Clark

Assuming Olsen starts the season, Clark was a decent/good TE last year, and could probably start on a bunch of teams that didn't use a first round pick on a TE.
Honorable Mention: Steve Heiden, Jeramy Stevens, Bo Scaife

Defensive Line: Alex Brown, KGB, William Joseph, Tank Johnson

It was hard finding D-Line, there's not a whole ton of depth out there on the D-Line, but I may have just missed it. Off the top of my head I had trouble naming players, so I resorted to just searching depth charts, so I may have forgot some people, these were the best I could find. Tank's kind of cheap, but hey, techinically he's not a starter.
Honorable Mention: Jason Babin, Claude Wroten, Robert Geathers (Cincy's website has him starting, NFL.com doesn't), Tommy Kelly

Linebackers: Patrick Willis, Kendrell Bell, Dhani Jones

I didn't want to include rookies, but Willis looks to be can't-miss at MLB, so I included him in there also. Bell and Jones haven't been great lately, but they have starting experience, and are good enough to get the nod over some other players.
Honorable Mention: Carlos Polk, Brian Simmons, Abdul Hodge,

Secondary: Ricky Manning, Antonio Cromartie, Mike Doss, Stuart Schweigert

None of these guys are superstars yet, but they all have played decent to well at an NFL level, and could be starters on some other teams around hte league. Cromartie should take over as a starter soon, Manning had success with Carolina, and as a nickelback in CHI, Doss was good with the Colts and is backing up now in Minny, and Schweigart would start unless Darius was in Oakland.
Honorable Mention: Richard Marshall, Tory James, Fred Smoot, Jimmy Williams, Will Demps, Matt Giordano, Terrence Holt

I didn't bother doing the O-Line because frankly, I had a hard enough time finding some other backups for other spots, let alone spots where it's hard to tell how much better someone else is without watching film. I'm sure I missed a lot of players, overrated some, underrated some, but it's not exactly an easy thing to do so this was the best I got.

Edit: Feel free to tear it apart, I just wanted to make a starting point for the discussion.

keylime_5
08-13-2007, 06:19 PM
Raiders have best QB depth: Culpepper, McCown, Walter

this is all IMO

You know if you're starter really sucks and you're backups are all about good enough to be #2 QBs, then you don't have the best QB depth, you have a bunch of lousy QBs. The best QB depth goes to a team who actually has a decent starting QB.

JustJoe2k5
08-13-2007, 07:16 PM
Panthers have won 16 of their last 18 preseason games, so take that for what it's worth in this discussion. Preseason is the only time our entire roster is healthy.

TheChampIsHere
08-13-2007, 09:39 PM
overall not a bad list, some people you left off but one thing I just have to call you out on....How in gods name do you have Michael Bennett as an honorable mention to Michael Bennett, sure he had a good year awhile back with the Vikes and he has the whole fastest player in the NFL stigma, but the dude hasnt been healthy in a long time, he hasnt done jack in this league in a long time, I dont believe he still has the talent he used to. Flat out I think he is one of the absolute worst backup running backs in this league and the lack of a decent no. 2 back is one of the biggest holes on the KC team because in this day and age it is all about having 2 back systems and the Chiefs by making Bennett their no. 2 are essentially putting the entire burden on Larry Johnson, and it could cut his career short.

JK17
08-13-2007, 10:33 PM
overall not a bad list, some people you left off but one thing I just have to call you out on....How in gods name do you have Michael Bennett as an honorable mention to Michael Bennett, sure he had a good year awhile back with the Vikes and he has the whole fastest player in the NFL stigma, but the dude hasnt been healthy in a long time, he hasnt done jack in this league in a long time, I dont believe he still has the talent he used to. Flat out I think he is one of the absolute worst backup running backs in this league and the lack of a decent no. 2 back is one of the biggest holes on the KC team because in this day and age it is all about having 2 back systems and the Chiefs by making Bennett their no. 2 are essentially putting the entire burden on Larry Johnson, and it could cut his career short.

The only reason I included Bennett was because I felt I needed more names to throw in the list, and he had a decent preseason game, which was fresh in my memory, and he's shown talent in the past. I'm not up to date enough on each team though to ensure that every single person I included on the list was still capable of performing well.

TheChampIsHere
08-13-2007, 11:01 PM
The only reason I included Bennett was because I felt I needed more names to throw in the list, and he had a decent preseason game, which was fresh in my memory, and he's shown talent in the past. I'm not up to date enough on each team though to ensure that every single person I included on the list was still capable of performing well.

IMO, if theres one position there is no shortage of names for as backups, its running back, because after all look at how many teams run 2 back systems. I dont think there is any more important position to have a good backup at than HB and also HB is one of the easier positions to find quality players at....Just looking around the league, look at the backups. IMO, Bennett is the bottom of the barrel. I dont mean to be criticizing you here either, just stating how I feel about it.

KC - Bennett, Holmes?
DEN - Mike Bell, Cecil Sapp
OAK - Dominic Rhodes, Fargas, Bush
SD - Michael Turner, Sproles
CIN - Irons, Perry
BAL - Mike Anderson
PIT - Davenport, Barlow, Haynes
CLE - Jerome Harrison
IND - Dorsey
JAX - Drew, Toefield, Jones
HOU - Dayne, Lundy, Gado
TEN - Lendale, Chris Henry
NE - Faulk, Morris
NYJ - Washington, Houston
BUF - A-Train
MIA - Chatman, Booker
PHI - Moats, Hunt, Buckhalter
DAL - Marion Barber
WAS - Betts, Blaylock, Cartwright
NYG - Droughns
TB - Pittman, Darby
ATL - Norwood
CAR - DeAngelo Williams, Shelton, Goings
NO - McCalister?, Pittman, Stecker
CHI - Peterson, Wolfe
DET - Tatum Bell, Duckett, Calhoun
GB - Herron, Morency, Wynn
MIN - Peterson, Moore, Pinner, Fason
SF - Hicks, Robinson
SEA - Morris
STL - Leonard
ARI - Shipp, Arrington

Now on this list there are a few teams who dont have anyone as good as Bennett, but almost every team has someone better and a good portion of teams have third or even 4th string backs that Ill take over Bennett.