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    AFC East

    QB Tom Brady (NE)
    RB Marshawn Lynch (BUF)
    FB Tony Richardson (NYJ)
    WR Randy Moss (NE)
    WR Terrell Owens (BUF)
    TE Dustin Keller (NYJ)
    RT Jake Long (MIA)
    RG Alan Faneca (NYJ)
    C Nick Mangold (NYJ)
    LG Logan Mankins (NE)
    LT Matt Light (NE)

    DE Richard Seymour (NE)
    NT Vince Wilfork (NE)
    DE Ty Warren (NE)
    OLB Joey Porter (MIA)
    ILB David Harris (NYJ)
    ILB Jerod Mayo (NE)
    OLB Adalius Thomas (NE)
    CB Darrelle Revis (NYJ)
    CB Terrence McGee (BUF)
    FS Donte Whitner (BUF)
    SS Kerry Rhodes (MIA)

    7 Notable Reserves WR Wes Welker (NE), OLB/DE Calvin Pace (NYJ), S Gibril Wilson (MIA), NT Kris Jenkins (NYJ), DT Marcus Stroud (BUF), RB Thomas Jones (NYJ), KR/PR Roscoe Parrish


    AFC North

    QB Ben Roethlisberger (PIT)
    RB Willie Parker (PIT)
    FB Le'Ron McClain (BAL)
    WR Hines Ward (PIT)
    WR Chad Ochocinco (CIN)
    TE Heath Miller (PIT)
    LT Joe Thomas (CLE)
    LG Eric Steinbach (CLE)
    C Matt Birk (BAL)
    RG Ben Grubbs (BAL)
    RT Jared Gaither (BAL)

    DE Aaron Smith (PIT)
    NT Shaun Rogers (CLE)
    DE Haloti Ngata (BAL)
    OLB James Harrison (PIT)
    ILB Ray Lewis (BAL)
    ILB James Farrior (PIT)
    OLB Terrell Suggs (BAL)
    CB Leon Hall (CIN)
    CB Ike Taylor (PIT)
    FS Ed Reed (BAL)
    SS Troy Polamalu (SS)

    7 Notable Reserves: DE/OLB LaMarr Woodley (PIT), WR Braylon Edwards (CLE), CB Jonathan Joseph (CLE), LB D'Qwell Jackson (CLE), WR Derrick Mason (BAL), CB Eric Wright (CLE), PR/KR Joshua Cribbs (CLE)
    86
    AFC East
    43.02%
    37
    AFC North
    56.98%
    49
    Last edited by diabsoule; 05-15-2009, 10:09 AM.

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  • #2
    I'm still saying AFC north and their nasty, nasty defense.

    Also the East offense only has 10 players right now.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Strongside View Post
      I'm still saying AFC north and their nasty, nasty defense.

      Also the East offense only has 10 players right now.
      Thanks for pointing that out. It's been fixed.

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      • #4
        All about the defense
        Originally posted by SunTzu_22
        Just let it go RWO.
        We as Ravens fans are clearly scum of the earth, and should just be happy that these great people, who cheer for nothing than the finest, morally impeccable players, playing on the finest, most morally impeccable teams, will grace us with their presence, and words of wisdom.

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        • #5
          I'm going to be Cpt. Obvious but both of you guys are fans of AFC North teams...

          However, if the AFC North did beat the AFC South with their offense (P. Manning, D. Clark, R. Wayne, A. Johnson, MJD) then I think they could handily beat the AFC East offense.
          Last edited by diabsoule; 05-15-2009, 01:20 AM.

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          • #6
            I don't know that there is an OLine that would not get handled by the AFC North's front 7. Ngata, Rogers and arguably Smith need attention from two people at all times so what does it mean when Suggs and Harrison are sent in? Or Reed or Polamalu are sent in?

            And if you allow Ed Reed and Polamalu to roam as they please then you can simply count on your passing game getting severely disrupted.

            The simple fact of the matter is that you wouldn't be able to run or pass on this defense.

            I do like the East team though, especially their D, but that O-Line would not be able to handle it.

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            • #7
              A healthy Brady with those targets and that line in front of him would be ridiculous, and that is a very solid defense too. The AFC North defense would be nasty too.

              I would put Nick Mangold over Dan Koppen all day.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by bam bam View Post
                I don't know that there is an OLine that would not get handled by the AFC North's front 7. Ngata, Rogers and arguably Smith need attention from two people at all times so what does it mean when Suggs and Harrison are sent in? Or Reed or Polamalu are sent in?

                And if you allow Ed Reed and Polamalu to roam as they please then you can simply count on your passing game getting severely disrupted.

                The simple fact of the matter is that you wouldn't be able to run or pass on this defense.

                I do like the East team though, especially their D, but that O-Line would not be able to handle it.


                Not to mention Farrior/Lewis are 2 of the best Blitzing LB's in the game, toppled with LaMarr Woodley waiting in the wings when a guy needs a breather.

                (Not to mention Lawrence Timmons who could attack the QB from Any LB position, or cover teams #3 WR or TE.)

                Ike Taylor Shut out TO last season. Not to mention Moss wouldn't be able to get past both Reed AND Polamalu.

                Personally, I think the Notables Guys even leans to AFC North (Considering who you had to leave off..

                S. Holmes, R. Mendenhall...)

                Not to mention Rey Maualuga, Andre Smith, and Michael Johnson just from Cincy alone could make depth even more intriguing in AFCN's favor.
                Last edited by Mr. Stiller; 05-15-2009, 02:06 AM.

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                • #9
                  how is jenkins and rhodes not first team? whered u get these teams from.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by TimDris View Post
                    how is jenkins and rhodes not first team? whered u get these teams from.
                    Not sure why Rhodes isn't but Wilfork would start over Jenkins. Jenkins played very well last year but faded badly down the stretch last year and Wilfork has been a top NT for at least 3 years now.

                    As for who would win between the teams i'm going to pick the East for one reason. As good as the North's defense is the East's offense could score quickly. As far as best in divisions go, both the East defense and North offense are average at best so then it comes down to East offense and North defense. And while the defense of the North is scary they do have a slight weakness at the CB position and WR is definitely a position of strength for the East.


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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by AntoinCD View Post
                      Not sure why Rhodes isn't but Wilfork would start over Jenkins. Jenkins played very well last year but faded badly down the stretch last year and Wilfork has been a top NT for at least 3 years now.

                      As for who would win between the teams i'm going to pick the East for one reason. As good as the North's defense is the East's offense could score quickly. As far as best in divisions go, both the East defense and North offense are average at best so then it comes down to East offense and North defense. And while the defense of the North is scary they do have a slight weakness at the CB position and WR is definitely a position of strength for the East.
                      I can't see them scoring Quickly.

                      Ike Taylor shut down TO in Man coverage last year. I'm sure Hall/Joseph/Reed (Some combination) could easily Manage Moss.

                      That OL isn't that good either.

                      The CB's for the North are underrated.. but even if they're "Weak" as perceived (which they're not, as I said TO was shut out last year 1 on 1 with Taylor)..

                      Having the best 2 safeties in the league in the deep field would certainly limit anything Moss/Brady are capable of doing.


                      CB Darrelle Revis (NYJ)
                      CB Terrence McGee (BUF)
                      FS Donte Whitner (BUF)
                      SS Yeremiah Bell (MIA)

                      Outside of Revis... that secondary isn't exactly scary either. Whats to say Ward, OchoCinco, mason, Holmes, Etc. wouldn't easily exploit that group?
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Mr. Stiller View Post
                        I can't see them scoring Quickly.

                        Ike Taylor shut down TO in Man coverage last year. I'm sure Hall/Joseph/Reed (Some combination) could easily Manage Moss.

                        That OL isn't that good either.

                        The CB's for the North are underrated.. but even if they're "Weak" as perceived (which they're not, as I said TO was shut out last year 1 on 1 with Taylor)..

                        Having the best 2 safeties in the league in the deep field would certainly limit anything Moss/Brady are capable of doing.


                        CB Darrelle Revis (NYJ)
                        CB Terrence McGee (BUF)
                        FS Donte Whitner (BUF)
                        SS Yeremiah Bell (MIA)

                        Outside of Revis... that secondary isn't exactly scary either. Whats to say Ward, OchoCinco, mason, Holmes, Etc. wouldn't easily exploit that group?
                        I didn't say the CBs where weak I was saying compared to the rest of the team and with the WRs they were going against that it is a weakness for their defense. As for Taylor shutting down TO, yea fair enough but it takes more than one game to make a fair judgement that Taylor will shut down TO, plus Brady is on a completely different level to Romo as a QB. As for Ocho Cinco, Mason, Ward, Holmes etc, yes they would have a very good shot at exploiting that group, but I would take Moss, TO, Welker and Lee Evans anyday over them.

                        And as for saying the East secondary isn't exactly scary, I did mention that their defense in comparison to other Division bests is average at best.


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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by AntoinCD View Post
                          I didn't say the CBs where weak I was saying compared to the rest of the team and with the WRs they were going against that it is a weakness for their defense. As for Taylor shutting down TO, yea fair enough but it takes more than one game to make a fair judgement that Taylor will shut down TO, plus Brady is on a completely different level to Romo as a QB. As for Ocho Cinco, Mason, Ward, Holmes etc, yes they would have a very good shot at exploiting that group, but I would take Moss, TO, Welker and Lee Evans anyday over them.

                          And as for saying the East secondary isn't exactly scary, I did mention that their defense in comparison to other Division bests is average at best.
                          So if you rate:

                          AFCN Offense: 8
                          AFCE Offense: 10

                          AFCN Defense: 10
                          AFCE Defense: 5

                          I would think the AFCN offense would have an easier time driving on the AFCE defense... than Vice Versa.

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                          • #14
                            I said the east. That offense could be unstoppable and the north's cornerbacks are a tad underwhelming. Their safeties are just beastly though.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Mr. Stiller View Post
                              So if you rate:

                              AFCN Offense: 8
                              AFCE Offense: 10

                              AFCN Defense: 10
                              AFCE Defense: 5

                              I would think the AFCN offense would have an easier time driving on the AFCE defense... than Vice Versa.
                              Ok but if you rate the AFC East defense 6 and the offense 10, then AFC North Defense 10 and the offense 6 then it's not as clear cut.The North's offense is just not very explosive


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