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  • #31
    Originally posted by njx9
    oops, forgot some of our members are a bit more sensitive and/or don't like discussion of anything.

    "hey guys, it'd be like, really great and all if you could like, maybe include some reasoning if it's not too much trouble? i really want you to feel comfortable, so if you'd rather just list some guys, that's cool too and is really, really interesting. just like, either do it or not, it doesn't really matter."

    boy yeah, you're way is MUCH better than being sarcastic (something one of those posters *gasp* actually caught on to).

    unless, of course, you're just posting because you're now one of those people who's going to follow me around and call me a dick anytime i say something in a vaguely unconcilliatory tone. i know, i'm a big d-bag for not just admitting you were right elsewhere. it's something you'll have to learn to live with.
    I tried my best just for you.

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    • #32
      Im going to run the 2 back system with power blocking scheme and in a WCO.

      QB- Marc Bulger- a vet to control the offence.
      RB1- Marion Barber- my power back.
      RB2- DeAngelo Williams- my speed back.
      FB- Greg Jones- young and a big threat in the running game.
      WR1- Bryant Johnson- Perfect fit for the WCO.
      WR2 - Andre Johnson- He a perfect pick for the WCO.
      TE- Ben Troupe- There to spread the field.
      LT- Matt Light- watches my qb behind side.
      LG- Logan Mankins- youth for the future.
      C- Jeff Saturday- I want a vet snaping the ball and in the middle.
      RG- Davin Joseph- youth for the future.
      RT- Marcus McNeil- youth for the future.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by njx9
        you rocked it. although i don't know that i could possibly take vick over brady or manning right now.
        For me it was just a matter of potential, he's only 26 and I think he still has a lot of room to grow. We all know what Manning and Brady are capable of now.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by njx9
          oops, forgot some of our members are a bit more sensitive and/or don't like discussion of anything.

          "hey guys, it'd be like, really great and all if you could like, maybe include some reasoning if it's not too much trouble? i really want you to feel comfortable, so if you'd rather just list some guys, that's cool too and is really, really interesting. just like, either do it or not, it doesn't really matter."

          boy yeah, you're way is MUCH better than being sarcastic (something one of those posters *gasp* actually caught on to).

          unless, of course, you're just posting because you're now one of those people who's going to follow me around and call me a dick anytime i say something in a vaguely unconcilliatory tone. i know, i'm a big d-bag for not just admitting you were right elsewhere. it's something you'll have to learn to live with.
          hahaha for some reason your posts almost always make me laugh. And I'm not even being sarcastic :)

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          • #35
            God I love you njx.


            Nobody cares about your stupid fantasy team.

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            • #36
              I COLNE CAVLIN JONHSON LIEK 11 TIEMS LOL!!!


              hehehehe
              Last edited by MichaelJordanEberle (sabf); 04-02-2007, 03:15 PM.


              Originally posted by Scott Wright
              Terrellezzzzzzzz Pryorzzzzzzzz!
              Originally posted by njx9
              do i tell you when to flip the burger?

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              • #37
                But really,

                QB-Cutler. Just because I love him. And yes, I realize he isn't as good as Manning or Brady, but he's already fine and his potential is basically unlimited.

                RB-Tomlinson-Need I say more? He's only the best runningback in the NFL by a wide margin

                TE-Kellen Winslow- Hopefully he heals from his injury well, because he might be the best TE in the NFL.

                LT-Brick- Young, athletic, great potential.
                LG-Mankins- Young stud
                C-Mangold- see above
                RG-Shawn Andrews- One of the better Gs in the league, still also young
                RT-McNeil- I want both Brick and McNeil, and Brick might not have the bulk at the right side, so McNeil goes here.

                WR-Chad Johnson- Playmaker, not too old
                WR-Javon Walker- Underrated IMO, very good at getting deep, makes great catches(although a tad of a "just because i like him" pick)
                WR-Ted Ginn(When he gets there, just as a slot receiver who can go deep, but if he's off limits than Devery Henderson.)
                Last edited by MichaelJordanEberle (sabf); 04-02-2007, 03:22 PM.


                Originally posted by Scott Wright
                Terrellezzzzzzzz Pryorzzzzzzzz!
                Originally posted by njx9
                do i tell you when to flip the burger?

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                • #38
                  I'm going to lean towards the youth factor a bit more, but I'll still throw in some veterans.

                  Quarterback: Drew Brees - He's younger than both Peyton and Tom, plus I just love his ability and character. Really improved his deep ball this year, and along with Peyton and Carson, might be one of the best deep ball throwers. Doesn't make many mistakes and despite his less than stellar height, he has extreme pocket presence and might have the best mobility of the aforementioned QB's and Tom Brady, and will use it to extend a play.

                  Halfback: Frank Gore - Again, a young guy that plays with so much passion for the game of football. I love his running style, a mix of power and speed and is a running back that gets better as the game goes on. He tries very hard to work on all of his aspects of his game and has gotten really good at blocking and has begun to develop as a pass catcher.

                  Fullback: Mike Karney - Perhaps I like him because as a fullback he demolished the Cowboys, or maybe it's because I liked when he pancaked three Falcons defenders on a run play. No matter the reason, I think this year he might be one of the top full backs and has proven he can block and catch, not to mention punch it in for a TD every now and then.

                  Tight End: Jason Witten - The only thing I don't like about him is that he plays for the Cowboys, hah. Otherwise, he's a high character guy that you can line up all over the field as a Tight End and catches the ball extremely well. A very solid blocker too.

                  Wide Receiver: Marques Colston - Heh, not sure why so many New Orleans Saints are on my offense, perhaps because they're all really high character guys and young players. I love Marques, he really did well and the fact he didn't make the Pro Bowl was only due to the fact he missed two or three games due to an injury. Even then, as a seventh round pick, he had over 1,000 yards receiving. Going to be an amazing receiver during his career.

                  Wide Receiver: Chad Johnson - There's two reasons I like Chad, one because he's a superb player year after year. The second is because he does something that a lot of players have forgotten to do in the league, and that's have fun. That and although he does pull a lot of jokes and trash talks a bit, at the end of the day he's a team player that doesn't take the game too seriously.

                  Left Tackle: Marcus McNeil - Seems like a popular pick here. An extremely good player who is smart and is so talented in a posistion that generally does not do well as a rookie. Will be a force to be reckoned with for years to come.

                  Left Guard: Steve Hutchinson - He's only been in the league about six years I believe. He's got a lot more time in the league than Alan Faneca does and really made that left side of the offensive line for the Vikings this year a beast. Must be nice to be a right handed quarterback in Minnesota..

                  Center: Nick Mangold - The Man of Gold did a superb job for the Jets. As a rookie he did very well and even managed to pick up and make all the line calls as a rookie. Impressive.

                  Right Guard: Chris Snee - Perhaps I make this selection with bias, but he's young and also a very good guard in both the pass and running game. Not only that, but he's probably one of the best pulling guards, reminds me of Larry Allen..sort of.

                  Right Tackle: Willie Anderson - Not percisely young, but I still like the guy and does one hell of a job for the Bengals. Very good character guy. Is really a great work ethic guy and I just like his style of play.
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                  • #39
                    Marques Colston doesn't possess enough top-end athletic ability for me to consider him at the very top of the young players in the league. Especially when most defenses are keyed on stopping Bush and McAllister.


                    Nobody cares about your stupid fantasy team.

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                    • #40
                      The True Greatest Show On Turf:

                      QB - Michael Vick - If put in the right system and if he plays up to his potential he's capable of incredible things
                      HB - Reggie Bush - Safety valve for Vick and another big play threat. Bush + Vick on the football field at the same time = headaches for DCs
                      HB - Michael Turner - Top notch backup and thunder to Bush' lightning
                      WR - Randy Moss - Gives Vick the deep target he wants and with a QB who can get him the ball deep he would likely be motivated
                      WR - Larry Fitzgerald - Top notch possesion receiver who can adjust to poorly thrown balls and catches everything thrown his way
                      TE - Vernon Davis - Another guy who can create mismatches with deadly speed
                      TE - Alge Crumpler - A safety valve type player and a great blocker
                      LT - Orlando Pace - Elite LT to protect Vick and also a great athlete who can get outside and set blocks.
                      LG - Eric Steinbach - Great young guard who can do it all
                      C - Kevin Mawae - Vet who might be declining a little bit but is great at pulling and such in an offense that that is sure to use a lot of misdirection and outside runs
                      RG - Chris Snee - Another great young OG who does it all
                      RT - Jordan Gross - Very solid player who is good in protection

                      Man I wanna play some madden with this offense

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                      • #41
                        QB - Drew Brees - He's a very underrated player, the Saints success last year was mostly due to his play. He's great at all kind of throws, whether it's short drop offs or long bombs, and he's right in the prime of his career.

                        RB - Stephen Jackson - LT may be the best in the league, but Jackson is younger and just has amazing potential. I want him mainly for his skills in the passing game.

                        FB - Ovie Mughelli - Great blocking fullback, and can help a little in the passing game as well.

                        WR - Anquan Boldin - Incredibly physical WR with great hands who has dominated despite being on a crappy team and having to deal with some crappy QBs as well (hopefully Leinart can change that).

                        WR - Lee Evans - Great young receiver with blinding speed. Brees makes Henderson look good, imagine that stats Evans could put up in this system.

                        TE - Todd Heap - I see him as the best combination of blocking and receiving, even though there are other TEs that are superior to him at both. Great red zone threat as well.

                        LT - D'Brickshaw Ferguson - He struggled at times last year, but I believe that he'll be a truly dominant player in this league. His technique is excellent, which sets him apart from busts like Gallery.

                        LG - Steve Hutchinson - The best guard in league right now, and definitely one of the greatest of all time as well. He's changed how teams look at the position.

                        C - Nick Mangold - Looked better than Ferguson last year, and is definitely the best young center in the league. He'll be a rock in the middle for quite some time, I think.

                        RG - Chris Snee - I believe that he's by far the best RG in the league, at least in terms of guys who played that position most last year.

                        RT - Alex Barron - Another young player that has shown some potential, not a superstar but there's a lack of a top player at the position.

                        Credit goes to Guesswhosback

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by bearsfan_51 View Post
                          Marques Colston doesn't possess enough top-end athletic ability for me to consider him at the very top of the young players in the league. Especially when most defenses are keyed on stopping Bush and McAllister.
                          You may be right about that. However, I think he's a good player and will continue to be a good player no matter who's in the backfield.

                          Just my opinion though..
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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by njx9
                            oops, forgot some of our members are a bit more sensitive and/or don't like discussion of anything.

                            "hey guys, it'd be like, really great and all if you could like, maybe include some reasoning if it's not too much trouble? i really want you to feel comfortable, so if you'd rather just list some guys, that's cool too and is really, really interesting. just like, either do it or not, it doesn't really matter."

                            boy yeah, you're way is MUCH better than being sarcastic (something one of those posters *gasp* actually caught on to).

                            unless, of course, you're just posting because you're now one of those people who's going to follow me around and call me a dick anytime i say something in a vaguely unconcilliatory tone. i know, i'm a big d-bag for not just admitting you were right elsewhere. it's something you'll have to learn to live with.
                            It aint about me or anyone else being sensitive. And it aint about me "following you around". Believe me, I dont care that much about you. I was looking through the thread and saw ur post and responded. All it is about is you being an asshole for no reason. There aint no need for you to be sarcastic or insulting or any of that. Honestly, who do you think you are? Aint no one here who gives a F--- about you and aint no one here who even respects you. You aint nothin but a pain in the ass and a jerk who we all wish would just shut the f--- up and go away.

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                            • #44
                              Colston isn't an elite athlete, but he has an amazing combination of size and speed, he's really what Mike Williams and Dwayne Jarrett should be in this league. There are few WRs who are better red zone threats, and he's excellent in the vertical passing game as well. There wasn't a better rookie receiver last year, that's for sure.

                              Credit goes to Guesswhosback

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                              • #45
                                QB - Peyton Manning - Amazingly smart and accurate. One of the smartest players ever and now a winner.
                                RB - LaDainian Tomlinson - One of the best players ever. ever.
                                FB - Lorenzo Neal - knows whats up with LT. Great blocker, outstanding on the Bumarooski.
                                WR - Anquan Boldin - Blocking, catching, one of the best after the catch. Love how he makes his play for the ball and how he handles the field afterwards.
                                WR - Steve Smith - good compliment to Boldin. Fast, agile, elusive, great hands.
                                WR - Andre Johnson - A 3rd amazing WR. One of the best in the game, and Peyton at the helms allows him to finally shine.
                                LT - Orlando Pace - has been one of the best offensive linemen for the past ten years. Perfect to give Peyton the time he needs on the blindside.
                                LG - Eric Steinbach - Versatile, great footwork, excellent for run and pass. I'm a huge fan of his.
                                C - edit- Kreutz. How could I forget Kreutz?
                                RG - Shawn Andrews - one of the consensus best guards in the league in recent times. Deservedly, at that. He'll make the game even easier for LT.
                                RT - Jason Peters - This guy is amazing. I just had to.
                                Last edited by SuperMcGee; 04-02-2007, 06:34 PM.

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