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  • #16
    Originally posted by bearsfan_51
    Originally posted by pav
    Originally posted by Shiver
    The Chicago Bears, hands down.
    ogunyele, brown, harris, tank williams (is he the other dt?)

    i don't know about that, i'd take vikings and panthers over the bears d-line. The linebackers are probably the best, but not the d-line.
    How old are you?

    I like the Vikings D-line a lot but at this point you can't say they are better than the Bears. If James and Udeze have seasons comparable to the ones O-Gun and Alex Brown had last year then you could make that argument, but they haven't yet.

    And Ian Scott is the other starter. If you want to make a list like this you should at least inform yourself on the other teams. Not to mention that depth is a HUGE component in terms of ranking defensive lines.

    Here are some other options for consideration besides the Bears:
    Jaguars
    Chargers
    Ravens
    Steelers
    Seahawks
    Bucs (not really but I'll throw them out there anyway)
    why don't we just throw all 32 teams into the poll? And do you seriously want to know my age? i'll tell you if you tell me.

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    • #17
      They are Reggie Hayward and Paul Spicer. I personally find Hayward very underrated, and SPicer is a decent starter. The problem with Carolina is that Jenkins is always hurt. Peppers is dominant, but Kemoeatu and Rucker are decent starters. Jacksonville has the most dominant pair of DTS in the NFL, and a pair of above average DE's makes them apretty good OL.

      But as I said, the Bears are clearly number one. Tommie Harris is becoming an elite tackle in the NFL. Alex Brown is the most underrated end n the league. Ogunleye is a sack machine who dominates, and Tank Johnson and Ian Scott are strong #2's.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by pav
        Originally posted by Shiver
        The Chicago Bears, hands down.
        ogunyele, brown, harris, tank williams (is he the other dt?)

        i don't know about that, i'd take vikings and panthers over the bears d-line. The linebackers are probably the best, but not the d-line.
        its tank johnson, and as BF_51 said Ian Scott is the starter and he's pretty good in his role

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        • #19
          Originally posted by pav
          Originally posted by bearsfan_51
          Originally posted by pav
          Originally posted by Shiver
          The Chicago Bears, hands down.
          ogunyele, brown, harris, tank williams (is he the other dt?)

          i don't know about that, i'd take vikings and panthers over the bears d-line. The linebackers are probably the best, but not the d-line.
          How old are you?

          I like the Vikings D-line a lot but at this point you can't say they are better than the Bears. If James and Udeze have seasons comparable to the ones O-Gun and Alex Brown had last year then you could make that argument, but they haven't yet.

          And Ian Scott is the other starter. If you want to make a list like this you should at least inform yourself on the other teams. Not to mention that depth is a HUGE component in terms of ranking defensive lines.

          Here are some other options for consideration besides the Bears:
          Jaguars
          Chargers
          Ravens
          Steelers
          Seahawks
          Bucs (not really but I'll throw them out there anyway)
          why don't we just throw all 32 teams into the poll? And do you seriously want to know my age? i'll tell you if you tell me.
          At least half the teams I named are unquestionably better than the Vikings D-Line.


          Nobody cares about your stupid fantasy team.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by pav
            why don't we just throw all 32 teams into the poll? And do you seriously want to know my age? i'll tell you if you tell me.
            11?

            Thanks to jkpigskin

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            • #21
              Originally posted by bearsfan_51
              Originally posted by pav
              Originally posted by Shiver
              The Chicago Bears, hands down.
              ogunyele, brown, harris, tank williams (is he the other dt?)

              i don't know about that, i'd take vikings and panthers over the bears d-line. The linebackers are probably the best, but not the d-line.
              How old are you?

              I like the Vikings D-line a lot but at this point you can't say they are better than the Bears. If James and Udeze have seasons comparable to the ones O-Gun and Alex Brown had last year then you could make that argument, but they haven't yet.

              And Ian Scott is the other starter. If you want to make a list like this you should at least inform yourself on the other teams. Not to mention that depth is a HUGE component in terms of ranking defensive lines.

              Here are some other options for consideration besides the Bears:
              Jaguars
              Chargers
              Ravens
              Steelers
              Seahawks
              Bucs (not really but I'll throw them out there anyway)
              The Seahawks will be beastly as soon as Daryl Tapp Replaces either Winstrom or Fischer. Bernard and Tubbs are one of the best pair of young DTs in the NFL

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              • #22
                The Ravens are a good choice, although Ngata has not yet played a down in the NFL. I think the Bears have the most complete line in the NFL. Other lines have question marks, this one pretty much doesn't. The Jaguars are second IMO. They have the premier DT duo in the NFL, along with Reggie Hayward and Paul Spicer. Spicer you could call the line's question mark, because he's getting older and isn't a top pass-rusher like others on good lines are. But he is still an excellent run stuffer. He is comparable to Mike Rucker in these regards, although I don't think he's should be considered as good as Mike.

                The Jaguars also have great depth at D-line: back-up DT/DE Rob Meier had 6 sacks in limited action last season, and third-down DE Bobby McCray has 9 sacks in his two seasons in the NFL in his limited time, along with 4 forced fumbles. If he shows more run-stopping ability, he could be considered the "REotF". Fifth-round pick Brent Hawkins, the DE from Illinois State, has been moved to OLB, but will get time as a "designated pass-rusher": lining up at DE on passing downs, coming off the edge on blitzes, that stuff. He's look great so far in TC and in the first game. Seventh-rounder DE James Wyche also seems to have potential in this department.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Dillen
                  Originally posted by pav
                  why don't we just throw all 32 teams into the poll? And do you seriously want to know my age? i'll tell you if you tell me.
                  11?
                  Well if i was 11, i'd be a pretty darn smart 11 year old. Let's just say that it's summer vacation and i'm waiting for college to start. I personally wouldn't be very proud if i was over the age of 20 and on a football forum, no offense.

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                  • #24
                    The Vikings? Really? Come on now. The best d-line in the NFL is a 3-way between Chicago, Carolina, and Jacksonville.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by pav
                      Originally posted by Dillen
                      Originally posted by pav
                      why don't we just throw all 32 teams into the poll? And do you seriously want to know my age? i'll tell you if you tell me.
                      11?
                      Well if i was 11, i'd be a pretty darn smart 11 year old. Let's just say that it's summer vacation and i'm waiting for college to start. I personally wouldn't be very proud if i was over the age of 20 and on a football forum, no offense.
                      Why? I am 18 so i'm not speaking from Personal Experiance, but its a place where you can talk about football with people who share the same interests. I mean would you talk to your girlfriend about this stuff? No. Age doesn't really matter IMO

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by pav
                        Originally posted by Dillen
                        Originally posted by pav
                        why don't we just throw all 32 teams into the poll? And do you seriously want to know my age? i'll tell you if you tell me.
                        11?
                        Well if i was 11, i'd be a pretty darn smart 11 year old. Let's just say that it's summer vacation and i'm waiting for college to start. I personally wouldn't be very proud if i was over the age of 20 and on a football forum, no offense.
                        Right. Because the difference between 18 and 21 is astronimical.

                        Contrary to a lot of idiots' beliefs, the internet isn't just a place for kids. This message board is a place for intelligent football fans to network, exchange ideas and opinions, and gather information regarding the draft.

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                        • #27
                          The reason I rate the Ravens over the bears is my personal dislike for the Cover 2. I just don't like the front. Theyre a little thin, and while the speed is there, that line is vulnerable to power runners and can get overwhelmed by big physical lines. If you have a dominant LT like Roaf or Jones, you can run off tackle runs at their small DEs all day. Yes, they generate a crazy pass rush, but theyre a little too thin for my liking when talking about rush defense.

                          I think Baltimore gives you just as much pass rush, couple with much more versatility (which will confuse the heck out of the qb) and better rush defense. They can outpower zone blocking lines, they can hold their ground against powerful olines, and they have the speed around the edge to generate a pass rush...they can do it all. I understand Ngata has some question marks, but he hasn't really shown me anything to make me believe that he is a bust yet. I'll give him the benefit of the doubt for now.

                          Im not saying Chicago's dline is bad...I just think theyre not the best. Theyre a little too undersized for my liking.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by danman253
                            Originally posted by pav
                            Originally posted by Dillen
                            Originally posted by pav
                            why don't we just throw all 32 teams into the poll? And do you seriously want to know my age? i'll tell you if you tell me.
                            11?
                            Well if i was 11, i'd be a pretty darn smart 11 year old. Let's just say that it's summer vacation and i'm waiting for college to start. I personally wouldn't be very proud if i was over the age of 20 and on a football forum, no offense.
                            Why? I am 18 so i'm not speaking from Personal Experiance, but its a place where you can talk about football with people who share the same interests. I mean would you talk to your girlfriend about this stuff? No. Age doesn't really matter IMO
                            Agreed. But, i would like to think that men over the age of 20 have jobs and responsibilities. Arguing on a football forum is a no no if you are over 20, in my opinion. Heck, even i feel like a loser on here. In retrospect i really regret not getting a summer job.

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by yourfavestoner
                              Originally posted by pav
                              Originally posted by Dillen
                              Originally posted by pav
                              why don't we just throw all 32 teams into the poll? And do you seriously want to know my age? i'll tell you if you tell me.
                              11?
                              Well if i was 11, i'd be a pretty darn smart 11 year old. Let's just say that it's summer vacation and i'm waiting for college to start. I personally wouldn't be very proud if i was over the age of 20 and on a football forum, no offense.
                              Right. Because the difference between 18 and 21 is astronimical.

                              Contrary to a lot of idiots' beliefs, the internet isn't just a place for kids. This message board is a place for intelligent football fans to network, exchange ideas and opinions, and gather information regarding the draft.
                              football is just a game. don't get too worked up over it.

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by pav
                                Originally posted by danman253
                                Originally posted by pav
                                Originally posted by Dillen
                                Originally posted by pav
                                why don't we just throw all 32 teams into the poll? And do you seriously want to know my age? i'll tell you if you tell me.
                                11?
                                Well if i was 11, i'd be a pretty darn smart 11 year old. Let's just say that it's summer vacation and i'm waiting for college to start. I personally wouldn't be very proud if i was over the age of 20 and on a football forum, no offense.
                                Why? I am 18 so i'm not speaking from Personal Experiance, but its a place where you can talk about football with people who share the same interests. I mean would you talk to your girlfriend about this stuff? No. Age doesn't really matter IMO
                                Agreed. But, i would like to think that men over the age of 20 have jobs and responsibilities. Arguing on a football forum is a no no if you are over 20, in my opinion. Heck, even i feel like a loser on here. In retrospect i really regret not getting a summer job.
                                Believe it or not, you can do both.


                                Nobody cares about your stupid fantasy team.

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