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    Take 11 offensive players and give reasons why you would want them starting on your team. All you need is at least 5 lineman and a QB. You can run a 5 wide, Ace set, or whatever for your offense, but I just wanted to see what everyones own individual offense would look like.

    QB - Tom Brady - All Brady does is win, and most of the time he has done it with an average set of offensive weapons (a.k.a - last years receiving corps). Throwing in Brady with a great o-line, offensive threats, and his intangibles could lead to some amazing things.

    RB - LaDanian Tomlinson - Hands down the best back in football, can do it all meaning run, block, and catch extremely well. Would be able to line him up in either I-formation or Ace Set, also could spread him out as a wide out in a 5-wide look.

    FB - Dan Kreider - one of those littler guys with a big punch, Kreider has done well opening holes for past Steeler running backs including Bettis and Staley, and Kreider has done wonders so far for Willie Parker.

    WR - Reggie Wayne - IMO Wayne is a top receiver in the game, and could easily be a number 1 receiver somewhere else, but has pushed his ego aside and taken a backseat to Marvin Harrison. I took Wayne over Harrison since Wayne has a few year less service on his tires, and would look nice if given the chance in a number 1 role.

    WR - Larry Fitzgerald - Fitzgerald is another guy who shares the spotlight with a star in Anquan Boldin. I think an receiving duo of Wayne and Fitzgerald would be a nice fit for either a vertical or lateral passing game.

    TE - Ben Watson - Watson is a big body, who is a good option for the offense. If he worked on his blocking he could become on of the better tight ends in the league.

    LT - Marcus McNeill - Young player who played well beyond his years last year as a rookie. McNeill should become one of the games best at left tackle given time.

    LG - Alan Faneca - Very solid lineman who has been a mainstay on the offensive line in Pittsbugh for years.

    C - Dan Koppen - Koppen has solidified himself as one of the leagues better centers will keep getting better as time goes on.

    RG - Larry Allen - I know he is aging but he has been a great player for a long time, and it can hurt to have a guy with his experience on the offensive line.

    RT - D'Brickashaw Fergueson - I know he is very young, but I think Fergueson will become a very solid lineman, Im putting him on the right side since I see a better future for McNeill.

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    QB- Carson Palmer- Young, proven, and has all the tools. Great arm. A solid leader.

    RB- Steven Jackson- One of the top 3 young backs in the game. Good mix of power and speed. Showed the ability to catch the ball out of the backfield this year.

    FB- Lorenzo Neal- Veteran leadership. Simply a bulldozer. Very old, but has some game left in the tank

    WR- Steve Smith- a playmaker in every sense of the word. You can't play 1 on 1 against this guy. He will make you pay every time you do.

    WR- Larry Fitzgerald- the perfect guy to match with Smith, wit his size and ability to get the ball at it's highest point.

    TE- Vernon Davis- arguablly the best athlete to ever enter the NFL as a TE. Very high ceiling.

    LT- Marcus Mcneil- came in as a rookie, started at LT from day 1, and did an excellent job

    LG- RG- Brian Waters- the only Chief who blocked somebody this past season. I'm probablly higher on him then most fans since I'm a Chiefs fan, but I love the guys story, and he's a great lockeroom guy to go along with his ability on the football field.

    C- Nick Mangold- One of the rare centers to be drafted in the 1st, and didn't dissapoint in his rookie year for the Jets. Solid player all around.

    RG- Shawn Andrews- quickly becomming one of the better OG's in the NFL. Tremendous size.

    RT- Jammal Brown- One of the best young OT's in the game. Played very well at RT in his rookie year.
    Last edited by LarryJohnson27; 04-02-2007, 03:32 PM.

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    • #3
      my offense...

      QB Carson Palmer
      RB LaDainian Tomlinson
      FB Lorenzo Neal
      WR Steve Smith
      WR Larry Fitzgerald
      TE Antonio Gates
      LT Walter Jones
      LG Steve Hutchinson
      C Nick Mangold
      RG Alan Faneca
      RT Orlando Pace

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      • #4
        I will create a defense that will stop any offense:

        DE-R. Seymour
        NT-J. Williams
        DE-L. Castillo
        OLB-D. Ware
        ILB-B. Scott
        ILB-B. Urlacher
        OLB-S. Merriman
        CB-C. Bailey
        CB-R. Mathis
        FS-S. Taylor
        SS-T. Polamalu

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        • #5
          Im going young

          QB Carson Palmer
          RB LaDainian Tomlinson
          FB Terrelle Smith
          WR Anquan Boldin
          WR Larry Fitzgerald
          TE Antonio Gates
          LT Marcus McNeil
          LG Shawn Andrews
          C Nick Mangold
          RG Deuce Lutui
          RT D'Brickashaw Ferguson

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          • #6
            Originally posted by njx9
            you lazy scumbags, if you're going to participate in a tired thread, at least you know, back up your thoughts. unless you're compeltely incapable of thinking of a reason as to why you'd take carson palmer over brady/manning, in which case you really have no legitimate business posting to a football related website anyways.
            WOW! SOOOOORY! You really think I feel Carson is better then Brady or Manning? or that Steven Jackson is better then LT? Vernon Davis better then Gates? Come on! It's just to be different. What good is this if everyone's team looks exactly the same?

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            • #7
              Ill put Some explanation
              QB- Tom Brady - Has leadership and has playoff expirence and can put up solid #'s with a average offense so imagine what he can do with this Offense.
              RB- Steven Jackson - Is a great run and catch RB
              WR- Torry Holt
              WR2- Andre Johnson
              FB- Lorenzo Neal -
              TE- Todd Heap - Its cause im a raven fan and i dont like Antonio Gates and Tony is too old.
              RT- Jammal Brown - Young and very talented at the position, will become an elite tackle in a year or 2.
              LT- Walter Jones - need some veterans on the o-line
              RG- Alan Faneca- ^^
              LG- Steve Hutchinson-^^
              C- Nick Mangold
              Last edited by RaVeNFaNaCtIc; 04-02-2007, 02:06 PM.

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              • #8
                Please listen to njx and distinguish yourselves by posting explanations. Or make a defensive team like I did, cause offense sucks :)

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by etk View Post
                  I will create a defense that will stop any offense:

                  DE-R. Seymour
                  NT-J. Williams
                  DE-L. Castillo
                  OLB-D. Ware
                  ILB-B. Scott
                  ILB-B. Urlacher
                  OLB-S. Merriman
                  CB-C. Bailey
                  CB-R. Mathis
                  FS-S. Taylor
                  SS-T. Polamalu
                  Sean Taylor??? over Ed Reed and Brian Dawkins?? i would have also put Julius Peppers over Luis Castilio. The rest of the D is fine thou.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by njx9
                    does "and give reasons why you would want them starting on your team" mean something else in your native language? again, if you're not capable of providing reasoning, why on earth do you think anyone cares that you can list 11 players?

                    I didn't feel like doing all that typing, but sine you asked.....

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by RaVeNFaNaCtIc View Post
                      Sean Taylor??? over Ed Reed and Brian Dawkins?? i would have also put Julius Peppers over Luis Castilio. The rest of the D is fine thou.
                      I used a 3-4 defense. Peppers is not strong enough at the point of attack as a 34 DE. Sean Taylor is the most physical and talented blitzer from the safety position, and I plan on having blitzes coming from everywhere. Reed & Dawkins are more coverage safeties than Taylor.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by etk View Post
                        I will create a defense that will stop any offense:

                        DE-R. Seymour
                        NT-J. Williams
                        DE-L. Castillo
                        OLB-D. Ware
                        ILB-B. Scott
                        ILB-B. Urlacher
                        OLB-S. Merriman
                        CB-C. Bailey
                        CB-R. Mathis
                        FS-S. Taylor
                        SS-T. Polamalu
                        Ed Reed has a much better intellect for the game then Taylor, not to mention Taylor is an enforcer but more of a liability in the passing game so the nod goes to Reed. And while the Ware pick is intriguing, I again must sound like a homer and go with Terrell Suggs because at this point Suggs is a better pass rusher and as well as better in coverage and against the run so he is the better all around OLB.

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                        Originally posted by Job
                        On another note, Nicklas Backstrom is amazingly good.
                        Meanwhile, in hockey the other night, the Washington Capitals' Eric Belanger gets hit with a stick, loses EIGHT teeth, has an instant root canal in the locker room, comes back out and PLAYS and never says boo.

                        So new rule, NBA: Unless you have a root canal at halftime, SHUT UP AND PLAY!

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by etk View Post
                          I used a 3-4 defense. Peppers is not strong enough at the point of attack as a 34 DE. Sean Taylor is the most physical and talented blitzer from the safety position, and I plan on having blitzes coming from everywhere. Reed & Dawkins are more coverage safeties than Taylor.
                          True now that u point that out i understand but i still wouldn't pass up on Ed Reed for Sean Taylor but seeing as how u have Champ Baliey changes my thoughts

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by BigDawg819 View Post
                            Ed Reed has a much better intellect for the game then Taylor, not to mention Taylor is an enforcer but more of a liability in the passing game so the nod goes to Reed. And while the Ware pick is intriguing, I again must sound like a homer and go with Terrell Suggs because at this point Suggs is a better pass rusher and as well as better in coverage and against the run so he is the better all around OLB.
                            I know Ed Reed is a better overall S, read my previous posts. Taylor is the guy I want rushing the passer and intimidating WRs across the field.

                            Ware & Suggs are both terrific players, and both underrated to an extent. I like Suggs because he goes right on the line and stuffs the run sometimes, but I gave the nod to Ware because he has surprisingly polished pass rush moves, and that's the main goal here. Ware does not get as many sacks as Merriman, but he is constantly pressuring the QB and causing havoc.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by etk View Post
                              I used a 3-4 defense. Peppers is not strong enough at the point of attack as a 34 DE. Sean Taylor is the most physical and talented blitzer from the safety position, and I plan on having blitzes coming from everywhere. Reed & Dawkins are more coverage safeties than Taylor.
                              Hey now Ed Reed can lay some wood when needed! But I do agree with the thoughts behind not having Peppers in a 3-4 attack, and plus Castillo is really not getting enough credit on that defense in San Diego.

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                              Originally posted by Job
                              On another note, Nicklas Backstrom is amazingly good.
                              Meanwhile, in hockey the other night, the Washington Capitals' Eric Belanger gets hit with a stick, loses EIGHT teeth, has an instant root canal in the locker room, comes back out and PLAYS and never says boo.

                              So new rule, NBA: Unless you have a root canal at halftime, SHUT UP AND PLAY!

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