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Zello
03-01-2011, 03:51 PM
QB

1. Blaine Gabbert
2. Jake Locker
3. Cam Newton
4. Ryan Mallett
5. Andy Dalton

WR

1. Julio Jones
2. A.J. Green
3. Leonard Hankerson
4. Jonathan Baldwin
5. Titus Young

RB

1. Roy Helu
2. Mark Ingram
3. Mikell LeShoure
4. Shane Vereen
5. Ryan Williams

TE

1. Kyle Rudolph
2. Virgil Green
3. Lance Kendricks
4. DJ Williams
5. Luke Stocker

OT

1. Tyron Smith
2. Anthony Costanzo
3. Nate Solder
4. Gabe Carimi
5. Benjamin Ijalana

OG/C

1. Mike Pouncey
2. Marcus Cannon
3. Danny Watkins
4. Stephen Wisnieski
5. Rodney Hudson

43 DT/34 DE

1. Marcell Dareus
2. Nick Fairley
3. JJ Watt
4. Muhammed Wilkerson
5. Stephen Paea

43 DE

1. Robert Quinn
2. Justin Houston
3. Da'Quan Bowers
4. Ryan Kerrigan
5. Aldon Smith

34 OLB

1. Von Miller
2. Justin Houston
3. Robert Quinn
4. Brooks Reed
5. Dontay Moch


ILB

1. Martez Wilson
2. Quan Sturdivant
3. Kelvin Sheppard
4. Greg Jones
5. Colin McCarthy

43 OLB

1. Von Miller
2. Akeem Ayers
3. Martez Wilson
4. Greg Jones
5. Mason Foster

DB

1. Patrick Peterson
2. Prince Amukamara
3. Brandon Harris
4. Jimmy Smith
5. Ras-I Dowling

PossibleCabbage
03-01-2011, 03:58 PM
Putting Helu as the #1 RB indicates to me that you really haven't watched him play that much. He's fast in a straight line, absolutely, but he's not elusive at all and he goes down to a whole lot of arm tackles. I suspect his balance just isn't that good.

Reasonable reserve/platoon back, but not the #1 in this class by any stretch of the imagination.

Babylon
03-01-2011, 04:14 PM
Just a few things. I like:

Ponder over Dalton

Carimi over Solder

Stocker over Virgil Green

Ingram over Helu

Wisniewski over Pouncey

Daquan Bowers over Justin Houston

Robert Quinn over Justin Houston