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Player 1 is the better and more productive player than...
Kellen Winslow Jr. is more productive than any tight end in the AFC
Now that Tony Gonzalez is out of the AFC I believe the NFC south has the two most "PRODUCTIVE" tight ends in the league. Kellen Winslow's ability to absolutely school linebackers on routes and catch passes in traffic makes him one of the biggest threats at tight end in the game. His height/strength makes him difficult to take down and gives him the advantage on almost everyone who covers him. The AFC has great tight ends, don't get me wrong, but if I have to choose a tight end in this league for a pass catching offense (imagine K2 in NE/NO) I will be choosing K2.
I am a huge homer when it comes to K2, but I honestly think WHEN HEALTHY he is right up there with Tony Gonzalez as the best pass catching tight end in the league.
Too bad he has no knees anymore and is a push-off machine.
Eat what crow? I would take Julius Peppers' career over Umenyiora's anyday. Osi isn't even the best DE on his own team; Justin Tuck is godlike I might add.
Osi's been having the worst year of his career playing the run, but before his injury last season he was a better DE than Tuck has yet to be. A significantly better pass rusher and back then he was a stud against the run as well, we'll see how things go from here and whether osi can become strong against the run again.
As for the topic at hand, I'm going to go with BBD is a better and more productive player than Antonio Pierce. If I'm going to be serious, Ahmad Bradshaw is a better and more productive player than Brandon Jacobs.
Lee Evans > TO (he can catch the deep ball)
Aso > Revis > Corey Webster > Charles Woodson > Sheldon Brown > Rest of the NFL