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    Every other division has a thread, why the hell not give it a shot?

    Offense:

    QB- Marc Bulger
    Backup: Matt Hasslebeck
    RB- Steven Jackson/Frank Gore
    FB-Mack Strong
    Backup: Moran Norris
    WR-Tori Holt
    WR-Larry Fitzgerald
    WR-Anquan Boldin
    Backups: Dieon Branch and Darrell Jackson
    TE- Vernon Davis
    Randy McMichael
    LT- Walter Jones
    Backup: Jonas Jennings
    LG- Larry Allen
    Backup: Reggie Wells
    C- Eric Heitman
    Backup: Chris Spencer
    RG- Justin Smiley
    Backup: Richie Incognito
    RT- Orlando Pace
    Backup: Alex Barron


    Defense: I'll go 4-3 since everybody but the niners run it
    LDE- Leonard Little
    Backup: Patrick Kerny
    DT- Darnell Docket
    Backup: La'Roi Glover
    DT- Bryant Young
    Backup: Adam Carriker
    RDE- Bertrand Berry
    Backup- Really don't think anyone else from the west deserves this spot
    OLB- Julian Peterson
    backup: Leroy Hill
    MLB: Lofa Tatupu
    Backup: Will Witherspoon
    OLB: Karlos Dansby
    Backup- Pisa Tinoisamoa
    CB: Nate Clements
    backup- Antrel Rolle
    CB: Marcus Trufant
    backup- Walt Harris
    FS: Pretty much a crap shoot. No one really stands out
    SS: Adrian Wilson
    backup: Deon Grant/Michael Lewis

    Go head and tear it up. Let loose.
    Last edited by 49erfanatic; 08-24-2007, 01:14 AM.

  • #2
    I'd give Manny Lawson a shot as the backup RDE.

    Oldie but a goodie.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by nobodyinparticular View Post
      I'd give Manny Lawson a shot as the backup RDE.
      Lawson doesn't have the size to play 4-3 DE, he'd get mangled. He will be an excellent LB though.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by MasterShake View Post
        Lawson doesn't have the size to play 4-3 DE, he'd get mangled. He will be an excellent LB though.


        He's 6'6 250. He could play as a 4-3 DE.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by ATLDirtyBirds View Post
          He's 6'6 250. He could play as a 4-3 DE.
          He really can't. He's not strong enough. Pretty much the only way he beats OT's is with his speed. If a tackle locks on to Lawson he's done. He's not a 4-3 DE.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by ATLDirtyBirds View Post
            He's 6'6 250. He could play as a 4-3 DE.
            He's more like 6'5" 245.

            I've watched him play...at this point in his career he would not make a good 4-3 lineman.

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            • #7
              That is actually a pretty good list there. I won't lie, I was expecting the worst when I saw your name, but it seems pretty solid. You will probably catch some grief from Seahawks fans for switching Jones to RT instead of Pace, but those two are obviously the best OT's in the West, so either one of them could switch and be fine.

              I also like the Alex Barron addition. I don't know how many Rams games you guys get to see, but Barron basically never gets beat for a sack. I remember Pace getting beat for them more than Barron, but that is probably just because I expect so much from Pace that when he allows a sack it really sticks out in my mind. But basically Barron hardly ever gets beat, he does false start like a mother though, I mean good god. A lot of my fellow Rams fans around here think he may have a hearing problem, because we don't know how someone can forget the snap count that many times.

              As for back up RE, is Bryce Fisher still on the Seahawks, or James Hall from the Rams. Those two make some sense, but there isn't really anyone that sticks out.

              Pretty solid team, if only we could field that team, put aside our anamosity towards each others teams, and rule the NFL............FOREVER!!!!! or at least until these guys get old.

              I am done arguing, until somebody says something stupid.

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              • #8
                Put special teams in there and the all-NFC west team becomes the best divisional team in the NFL.

                Sig by rainbeaukid2
                Originally posted by yodachu
                Everyone pwns the Rams.

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                • #9
                  Walter Jones should, in fact, start over Pace. And I personally wouldn't put Gore and Jackson over Alexander based on 1 injury plagued season, but that's just me.

                  At backup RE....maybe Tapp or Fisher, whoever wins the starting job.
                  "Oh **** it's Kam, RUN!!!"

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by XxXdragonXxX View Post
                    Walter Jones should, in fact, start over Pace. And I personally wouldn't put Gore and Jackson over Alexander based on 1 injury plagued season, but that's just me.

                    At backup RE....maybe Tapp or Fisher, whoever wins the starting job.
                    Jackson is clearly better than Alexander right now. Gore..iffy but I'd go Gore.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by BrownsTown View Post
                      Jackson is clearly better than Alexander right now. Gore..iffy but I'd go Gore.

                      Clearly based on what? That one injury plagued season? Because the last time I checked, the year before that injury plagued season he was the NFL MVP.
                      "Oh **** it's Kam, RUN!!!"

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                      • #12
                        I like the list but even non-Seahawks fans can see Walter Jones > Orlando Pace

                        thanks Bengals1690

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by 23trufant View Post
                          I like the list but even non-Seahawks fans can see Walter Jones > Orlando Pace
                          Absolutely, I mean the guy is the best LT in the game right now.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by XxXdragonXxX View Post
                            Clearly based on what? That one injury plagued season? Because the last time I checked, the year before that injury plagued season he was the NFL MVP.
                            Based on last season, which is relevant going into this season, and that Steven Jackson isn't only a great runner, but puts up decent reciver numbers as well.

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                            • #15
                              Jones > Pace easily. Orlando has played like **** last year, and so far this year is playing bad, I'd take Jones over Pace anyday.


                              Oh and RDE James Hall as backup.
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