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  • #61
    Originally posted by The Dynasty View Post
    DE - Julius Peppers - Carolina Panthers
    You have JPep as a 3-4 DE? I don't think that is a great idea.
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    Originally posted by njx9
    oh please. as if canadians even know what beer is.


    • #62
      QB - Drew Brees (New Orleans)
      HB - Adrian Peterson (Minnesota)
      HB - Michael Turner (Atlanta)
      WR - Larry Fitzgerald (Arizona)
      WR - Calvin Johnson (Detroit)
      TE - Kellen Winslow II (Tampa Bay)
      OT - Michael Roos (Tennessee)
      OT - Jake Long (Miami)
      OG - Chris Snee (New York Giants)
      OG - Vince Minuwai (Jacksonville)
      C - Nick Mangold (New York Jets)

      DE - Albert Haynesworth (Washington)
      DT - Jamal Williams (San Deigo)
      DE - Aaron Smith (Pittsburgh)
      OLB - Demarcus Ware (Dallas)
      OLB - Julius Peppers (Carolina)
      ILB - Patrick Willis (San Fransisco)
      ILB - Aaron Curry (Seattle)
      CB - Nnamdi Asomugha (Oakland)
      CB - Asante Samuel (Philadelphia)
      FS - Ed Reed (Baltimore)
      SS - Bob Sanders (Indianapolis)

      K - Josh Brown (St. Louis)
      P - Brian Moorman (Buffalo)
      KR - Devin Hester (Chicago)
      PR - Jacoby Jones (Houston)
      LS - Ryan Pontbriand (Cleveland)

      HC - Bill Belicheck (New England)
      OC - Bob Bratkowski (Cincinnati)
      DC - Mike Nolan (Denver)
      GM - Scott Piloi (Kansas City)
      OWNER - Stockholders (Green Bay)
      Last edited by j05son; 06-03-2009, 01:11 AM.

      Let's get some activity going in the Cleveland sub-forum!


      • #63
        everyone, if u use Hester, use him as a PR.

        also Urlacher in a 3-4 would fail imo


        • #64
          QB: Jay Cutler (CHI)
          RB: Adrian Peterson (MIN)
          WR: Larry Fitzgerald (ARZ)
          WR: Andre Johnson (HOU)
          WR: Calvin Johnson (DET)
          TE: Kellen Winslow (TB)
          LT: Ryan Clady (DEN)
          LG: Chris Snee (NYG)
          C: Jason Brown (STL)
          RG: Shawn Andrews (PHI)
          RT: Michael Roos (TEN)

          RE: Albert Haynesworth (WAS)
          Nose: Shaun Rogers (CLE)
          LE: Haloti Ngata (BAL)
          ROLB: DeMarcus Ware (DAL)
          RILB: Patrick Willis (SF)
          LILB: John Beason (CAR)
          LOLB: Shawne Merriman (SD)
          CB: Nnamdi Asomugha (OAK)
          FS: Michael Griffin (TEN)
          SS: Bob Sanders (IND)
          CB: Darrelle Revis (NYJ)

          LS: James Smith (CIN)
          PR: Dennis Northcutt (JAC)
          KR: Leodis McKelvin (BUF)
          K: Mason Crosby (GB)
          P: Jon Ryan (SEA)

          Head Coach: Bill Bellichick (NE)
          Offensive Coordinator: Pete Carmichael Jr. (NO)
          Defensive Coordinator: Dick LeBeau (PIT)
          President: Bill Parcells (MIA)
          Owner: Clark Hunt (KC)

          <@JBond> And Dg, you'd waste it on corndogs
          <@JBond> So you get no 5 dollars
          <+DG> how is buy one get one free wasting?
          <+njx9> i'm pretty sure your people still eat boots in north korea, bantx. they don't know what vegetables are.


          • #65
            Originally posted by DeepThreat View Post
            Offensive Coordinator: Pete Carmichael Jr. (NO)
            Thats a weird choice, Sean Payton basicly does his job (better than his own I might add)

            Saints 2014 draft wish list:
            - No pass rusher till the fourth round (or preferably at all)
            - Corner or Wideout in the first
            - No reaching
            - No Kelvin Benjamin


            • #66
              Originally posted by Dam8610 View Post
              QB Matt Ryan (Falcons)
              RB Adrian Peterson (Vikings)
              WR Calvin Johnson (Lions)
              WR Andre Johnson (Texans)
              WR Steve Smith (Panthers)
              TE Greg Olsen (Bears)
              LT Joe Thomas (Browns)
              LG Davin Joseph (Bucs)
              C Nick Hardwick (Chargers)
              RG Vince Manuwai (Jaguars)
              RT Jake Long (Dolphins)

              This is an extremely young yet (mostly) proven offense which should be around for a while and improve over time. It should be one of the most balanced units in the league with the best RB in the league running the football and some of the best targets in the league catching the ball from arguably the youngest franchise QB in the NFL, who should only continue to improve with all the talent around him on this offense. I think this would be quite a fun unit to watch.

              RE Haloti Ngata (Ravens)
              NT B.J. Raji (Packers)
              LE Tyson Jackson (Chiefs)
              SOLB Mathias Kiwanuka (Giants)
              SILB David Harris (Jets)
              WILB Patrick Willis (49ers)
              WOLB DeMarcus Ware (Cowboys)
              CB Nnamdi Asomugha (Raiders)
              FS LaRon Landry (Redskins)
              SS Adrian Wilson (Cardinals)
              CB Ron Bartell (Rams)

              I went with a 3-4 since no one else was doing it, also because of who I'm picking as my head coach. Youth and versatility are large themes here, with Ngata and Raji both being capable of getting after the QB as well as being walls against the run, Ware and Kiwi being a pretty scary pass rushing combo for just about any QB, Willis being the leader/Mr. Everything and Harris the run thumper in the middle. In the secondary, Adrian Wilson would likely play a role similar to that of Troy Polamalu, Asomugha would shut out just about any team's #1 WR, Bartell would hold his own against #2 WRs, and Landry would be an excellent last line of defense.

              K Shayne Graham (Bengals)
              P Brian Moorman (Bills)
              KR Chris Johnson (Titans)
              PR Reggie Bush (Saints)
              LS Bryan Pittman (Seahawks)

              Lots of athleticism and ability on special teams. Moorman is probably the most athletic punter in the league, and would probably get the team a first down or two on punt fakes, Chris Johnson would not only be an excellent KR with his blazing speed, but would also team with AD to form the most electrifying backfield tandem the NFL has ever seen, and Reggie Bush adds to that dynamic as not only one of the best PRs in the league, but also as a RB/WR weapon that would give the offense much more flexibility. Add in one of the best kickers in the league and a solid LS, and you've got a pretty solid ST unit.

              OC Josh McDaniels (Broncos)
              DC Jim Johnson (Eagles)
              HC Bill Belichick (Patriots)
              GM Bill Polian (Colts)
              Owner Dan Rooney (Steelers)

              I wanted an owner who I knew would do things the right way, and considering who my head coach is, would make sure things are done the right way, and when you think football owners, one of the first 2 or 3 names that comes to mind will be Rooney, they definitely know how to run an organization and do it the right way. Next, I wanted a great drafter, so I picked the best drafter in the NFL today in Bill Polian, who rarely if ever misses on a first round selection, frequently find late round and UDFA gems, and also happens to be a guru of offensive talent evaluation. To counterbalance the offensive bias of my GM, I pick Bill Belichick as my head coach, who is arguably the best defensive talent evaluator in the league, and has the added bonuses of a proven track record of putting together great defenses and developing young QBs with his offensive system by building their confidence up then giving them more and more responsibility. To run that system, I bring in Josh McDaniels as my OC, who has a proven track record of making Belichick's offensive system work and helping to develop young QBs. Finally, I add Jim Johnson as my DC simply because I think putting the minds of Bill Belichick and Jim Johnson together might possibly create the best defensive scheme we've ever seen, it would certainly be interesting to see what those two could come up with, and fun to watch.

              EDIT: For fun and to fill out a roster, I decided to make a backup team following these rules: 1) Any player that started the 2008 season as the starter on his team's depth chart can't be picked 2) Any player that started 8+ games during the 2008 season can't be picked 3) Any player from the 2009 draft class can't be picked 4) One player from each of the 32 teams must be selected. If you'd like to do the same, feel free.

              QB Brady Quinn (Browns)
              QB Chad Henne (Dolphins)
              RB Darren McFadden (Raiders)
              RB Jonathan Stewart (Panthers)
              WR Jordy Nelson (Packers)
              WR Robert Meachem (Saints)
              WR Harry Douglas (Falcons)
              TE Tony Scheffler (Broncos)
              TE Brad Cottam (Chiefs)
              TE Fred Davis (Redskins)
              OT Chris Williams (Bears)
              OT Marshall Yanda (Ravens)
              OG Roy Schuening (Rams)
              OG Jeremy Zuttah (Buccaneers)
              OC Steve Justice (Colts)

              DE Trevor Laws (Eagles)
              DE Jason Jones (Titans)
              DE Kentwan Balmer (49ers)
              DE Letroy Guion (Vikings)
              DT Gabe Watson (Cardinals)
              DT Red Bryant (Seahawks)
              LB Quentin Groves (Jaguars)
              LB Lawrence Timmons (Steelers)
              LB Gary Guyton (Patriots)
              LB Anthony Spencer (Cowboys)
              LB Cliff Avril (Lions)
              LB Vernon Gholston (Jets)
              CB Leodis McKelvin (Bills)
              CB Fred Bennett (Texans)
              CB Antoine Cason (Chargers)
              S Corey Lynch (Bengals)
              S Kenny Phillips (Giants)
              Decided to make three changes to my team (all bolded). Changed to Bartell at CB, Landry at FS, and Pittman at LS. Much as I wanted to keep Red Beard, Landry and Bartell IMO make my team MUCH better. I still left the original post as is, because, as stated, you mess with Ethan Albright, you call down the thunder.
              Last edited by Dam8610; 06-04-2009, 01:12 PM.

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