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Bills2083 11-23-2007 06:25 PM

All AFC-East team
 
How would yours look?

QB: Tom Brady
RB: Ronnie Brown/Marshawn Lynch (dual RB system)
WR: Randy Moss, Lee Evans
TE: Ben Watson
LT: Jason Peters
LG: Logan Mankins
C: Nick Mangold
RG: Stephen Neal
RT: Nick Kaczur

LE: ???
DT: Vince Wilfork
RE: Richard Seymour
OLB: Angelo Crowell
ILB: Zach Thomas
ILB: Adalius Thomas
OLB: Mike Vrabel
CB: Asante Samuel
FS: Kerry Rhodes
SS: Donte Whitner
CB: Terrence McGee

K: Rian Lindell
P: Brian Moorman




Tell me what I need to fix

SuperMcGee 11-23-2007 06:39 PM

First of all, you should really be running a 3-4

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If you're in the 4-3 then plug Seymour over at the other tackle spot and tack on Schobel or Taylor or whoever you may want at end.

Still hard to leave Vilma out of the 4-3 starting set.

After what I thought was a rough start Revis has been looking good at corner. Not a whole lot of great options, you could make a case for McGee.

Kerry Rhodes. Absolutely gotta have him.

The rest of the OL you could just fill in with Patriots. Only guys I can think that could go in otherwise would be Mangold at C and, kinda homeristic yeah but he's impressed me a lot, Langston Walker at RT.

I'd say Lindell takes it out of the kickers.

With how he's playing I'd really want to find a way to get Vrabel in there.

I also like the Jets duo of receivers. Cotchery would be a great complement to Moss and Evans, even if that's not the point of this. Either one could be in there imo.

Bills2083 11-23-2007 07:19 PM

Since I'm changing to a 3-4, how should I change the defense?

Also, who would be better at FS? Rhodes or Whitner?

hcbrad08 12-14-2007 01:15 AM

QB:Brady
RB:Lynch
WR:Moss
WR: Coles
WR: Evans
TE: Watson (even w injury problems)
LT: Matt Light
LG: Logan Mankins
C: Nick Mangold
RG: Stephen Neal
RT: Langston Walker (there was no homering, he's a force Ive never seen such a huge man. When he locks on its like temporary death...How big is he?)


LE: Ty Warren
DT: Vince Wilfork
RE: Richard Seymour
OLB: Angelo Crowell
ILB: David Harris
ILB: Adalius Thomas
OLB: Mike Vrabel
CB: Asante Samuel
FS: Kerry Rhodes
SS: Donte Whitner
CB: Darelle Revis (McGee is having a great season, Revis a rookie is about the same and all but shut down T.O. The one time he score Revis jsut mistimed a jump...very close though)

K: Rian Lindell
P: Brian Moorman

KR: Leon Washington
PR: Ted Ginn Jr.

BufFan71 12-22-2007 07:22 PM

QB:Brady
RB:Lynch
WR:Moss
WR: Coles
WR: Evans
TE: Watson
LT: Jason Peters
LG: Logan Mankins
C: Nick Mangold
RG: Stephen Neal
RT: Langston Walker

LE: Ty Warren
DT: Vince Wilfork
RE: Richard Seymour
OLB: Angelo Crowell
ILB: David Harris
ILB: Adalius Thomas
OLB: Mike Vrabel
CB: Asante Samuel
FS: Kerry Rhodes
SS: Donte Whitner
CB: McGee
K: Rian Lindell
P: Brian Moorman

KR: Leon Washington
PR: Roscoe Parrish (highest PR average in the league)

Nalej 12-30-2007 09:56 AM

My All AFC East team is the Pats' starters.

AlexDown 01-09-2008 12:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Nalej (Post 809871)
My All AFC East team is the Pats' starters.

Thanks for sharing that with us.

thebow305 01-09-2008 11:21 PM

I love ZT, but he only played like half the season, if you are basing it on that, Ronnie should be there, he was the best back in the league before he got hurt against the Pats. I would put Vrabel back in the middle with Jason Taylor on the outside instead, he is our lone Pro Bowler.

thebow305 01-09-2008 11:28 PM

I would go with:

QB: Tom Brady
RB: Ronnie Brown/Marshawn Lynch
WR: Randy Moss
WR: Wes Welker
TE: Ben Watson
LT: Matt Light
LG: Logan Mankins
C: Nick Mangold
RG: Derrick Dockery
RT: Jason Peters

LE: Ty Warren
DT: Vince Wilfork
RE: Richard Seymour
OLB: Angelo Crowell
ILB: Mike Vrabel
ILB: Adalius Thomas
OLB: Jason Taylor
CB: Asante Samuel
FS: Kerry Rhodes
SS: Donte Whitner
CB: Terrence McGee

K: Rian Lindell
P: Brian Moorman

KR: Leon Washington (Damn I hate this guy... Nole/Jet, what could be worse!?)
PR: Roscoe Parrish

I would love to be able to put Ginn as Returner, because he had 3 solid returns for TD's this year, but 2 of them wre unjustly called back... next year he will be my pick.

Bostonsportlova 01-19-2008 09:02 PM

QB:Brady
RB:Brown
WR:Moss
WR: Coles/Evans idn
WR: Welker
TE: Watson
LT: Light
LG: Mankins
C: Mangold
RG: Neal
RT: Peters


LE: Warren
DT: Wilfork
RE: Seymour
OLB: Taylor/Colvin idn
ILB: Z. Thomas
ILB: A. Thomas
OLB: Vrabel
CB: Samuel
FS: Harrison
SS: Whitner
CB: McGee

K: Lindell
P: Moorman

KR: Welker
PR: Ginn Jr.

BufFan71 03-31-2008 01:56 PM

looks like everyone is going to have to take A.Samuel off their CB list

ChezPower4 04-01-2008 10:09 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bostonsportlova (Post 851721)
QB:Brady
RB:Brown
WR:Moss
WR: Coles/Evans idn
WR: Welker
TE: Watson
LT: Light
LG: Mankins
C: Mangold
RG: Neal
RT: Peters


LE: Warren
DT: Wilfork
RE: Seymour
OLB: Taylor/Colvin idn
ILB: Z. Thomas
ILB: A. Thomas
OLB: Vrabel
CB: Samuel
FS: Harrison
SS: Whitner
CB: McGee

K: Lindell
P: Moorman

KR: Welker
PR: Ginn Jr.

There is no way that Harrison should be on that team for this season. Is this all AFC-team 2005 or 2008? Kerry Rhodes is who i would pick

Boston'sWhizKid 04-21-2008 01:11 PM

QB: Tom Brady (NE)
RB: Ronnie Brown (MIA)
WR: Randy Moss (NE)
WR: Lee Evans (BUF)
WR: Wes Welker (NE)
TE: Ben Watson (NE)
LT: Matt Light (NE)
LG: Logan Mankins (NE)
C: Dan Koppen (NE)
RG: Steaphen Neal (NE)
RT: Anthony Clement (NYJ)

LE: Ty Warren (NE)
DT: Vince Wilfork (NE)
RE: Richard Seymore (NE) (although JT deserves consideration)
LOLB: Mike Vrable (NE)
ILB: Adalius Thomas (NE)
ILB: Tedy Bruschi (NE)
ROLB: Joey Porter (MIA)
CB: Terrence McGee (BUF)
CB: Darrell Revis (NYJ)
FS: Jared Allen (MIA)
SS: Rodney Harrison (NE)

K: Lindell (BUF)
P: Moormen (BUF)
LS: Lonnie Paxton (NE)
KR: Justin Miller (NYJ)
PR: Wes Welker (NE)
Coach: Bill Belicheck (NE)

SuperMcGee 04-21-2008 01:18 PM

Kerry Rhodes and Donte Whitner are better han either of the safeties you have there.

I'd put Peters, Carey, or even Walker if you have to at RT over Clement. And Parrish is the best PR imo, but all 4 teams have a case there.

Iain 04-22-2008 08:43 AM

David Harris has to be in ahead of Bruschi if we're seriously talking about a current team.

WeskerLogan 05-02-2008 11:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bills2083 (Post 743509)
How would yours look?

QB: Tom Brady
RB: Ronnie Brown/Marshawn Lynch (dual RB system)
WR: Randy Moss, Lee Evans
TE: Ben Watson
LT: Jason Peters
LG: Logan Mankins
C: Nick Mangold
RG: Stephen Neal
RT: Nick Kaczur

LE: ???
DT: Vince Wilfork
RE: Richard Seymour
OLB: Angelo Crowell
ILB: Zach Thomas
ILB: Adalius Thomas
OLB: Mike Vrabel
CB: Asante Samuel
FS: Kerry Rhodes
SS: Donte Whitner
CB: Terrence McGee

K: Rian Lindell
P: Brian Moorman




Tell me what I need to fix

As of today (5.3.08) my list would look like this:

STARTERS:

QB-Brady (NE)
RB-Brown (MIA)
FB-Richardson (NYJ)
WR-Moss (NE), Welker (NE)
TE-Watson (NE)
LT-Peters (BUF)
LG-Faneca (NYJ)
C-Mangold (NYJ)
RG-Dockery (BUF)
RT-Carey (MIA)

(3-4)

DE-Seymour (NE)
DE-Taylor (MIA)
DT-Wilfork (NE)
LB-Vrabel (NE)
LB-Harris (NYJ)
LB-Pace (NYJ)
LB-Thomas (NE)
CB-Revis (NYJ)
CB-Lehan (MIA)
S-Rhodes (NYJ)
S-Bell (MIA)

ST-McGhee (BUF)
KR-Washington (NYJ)
PR-Welker (NE)

K-Lindell (BUF)
P-Moorman (BUF)

C-Mangini (NYJ) Sorry, cheating is cheating to me.


BACKUPS:

QB-Edwards (BUF)
RB-Lynch (BUF)
FB-Evans (NE)
WR-Coles (NYJ), Evans (BUF)
TE-Baker (NYJ)
LT-Ferguson (NYJ)
LG-Mankins (NE)
C-Koppen (NE)
RG-Moore (NYJ)
RT-Cazcur (NE)

DE-Schobel (BUF)
DE-Warren (NE)
DT-Jenkins (NYJ)
LB-Gholston (NYJ)
LB-Crowder (MIA)
LB-Crowell (BUF)
LB-Mayo (NE)
CB-McKlevin (BUF)
CB-McGhee (BUF)
S-Wittner (BUF)
S-Harrison (NE)

ST-Izzo (NE)
KR-Miller (NYJ)
PR-Ginn JR. (MIA)

K-Gostkowski (NE)
P-Graham (NYJ)

C-Jauron (BUF) Sorry, cheating is cheating.

DITK 05-04-2008 08:30 PM

QB Tom Brady, NE
HB Marshawn Lynch, BUF
FB Heath Evans, NE
WR Randy Moss, NE
WR Wes Welker, NE
TE Ben Watson, NE (by week 6 Keller will be here, but I can't take someone who hasn't played a snap)
LT Jason Peters, BUF
LG Alan Faneca, NYJ
C Nick Mangold, NYJ
RG Steve Neal, NE
RT Nick Kaczur, NE (if you make it 2 OT's, Light beats out Kaczur)

LE Jason Taylor, MIA
NT Marcus Stroud, BUF
RE Richard Seymour, NE
OLB Adalius Thomas, NE
ILB David Harris, NYJ
ILB Teddy Bruschi, NE
OLB Joey Porter, MIA
CB Darrelle Revis, NYJ
S Kerry Rhodes, NYJ
S Rodney Harrison, NE (ugh that one pisses me off to put down)
CB Terrance McGee, BUF

K Mike Nugent, NYJ (did a lot of research between Nuge and Gostkowski, Nugent is a much better long range kicker)
P Brian Moorman, BUF
KR Leon Washington, NYJ
PR Ted Ginn, Jr., MIA

Head Coach: Eric Mangini, NYJ
OC: Brian Schottenheimer, NYJ
DC: Dean Pees, NE
GM: Bill Belicheat, NE (cheats as a head coach, but does a fantastic job in talent evaluating as his team's GM)

Pats: 13
Jets: 9
Bills: 5
Phins: 3

SuperMcGee 05-04-2008 08:44 PM

Not even a look for Lindell at kicker? Lindell is a better long range kicker than either, I reckon.
I still don't understand Harrison over Whitner, but it's your choice.

And why do people keep putting Taylor and Schobel at 3-4 DE? Taylor is a LB in that scheme and Schobel weighs less than 250.

TimD 08-17-2008 01:51 PM

My Preseason Team

QB: Tom Brady NE
RB: Marshawn Lynch BUF
FB: Tony Richardson NYJ
WR: Randy Moss NE
WR: Jerricho Cotchery NYJ
TE: Ben Watson NE
OT: Matt Light NE
OG: Alan Faneca NYJ
C: Nick Mangold NYJ
OG: Stephen Neal NE
OT: Jason Peters BUF

DE: Richard Seymour NE
NT: Kris Jenkins NYJ
DE: Aaron Schobel BUF
OLB: Adalius Thomas NE
ILB: David Harris NYJ
ILB: Jerrod Mayo NE
OLB: Joey Porter MIA
CB: Terrance McGee BUF
CB: Darrelle Revis NYJ
S: Kerry Rhodes NYJ
S: Donte Whitner BUF

K: Rian Lindell BUF
P: Brian Moorman BUF
KR: Leon Washington NYJ
PR: Ted Ginn, JR. MIA

Coach - Bill Belicheat NE

Totals:
BUF - 7
MIA - 2
NE - 8
NYJ - 9

SuperMcGee 08-17-2008 02:15 PM

I don't know if I still like Faneca as the best at this point. He'll be an improvement for you guys, but I'd put Mankins above him and think Dockery could have a case.

McKelvin has clearly emerged as the KR here. That should go without saying.

Front 7 is eh, scheme takes a back seat to Schobel's greatness I see. Wilfork and his flying elbow smashes should be ahead of Jenkins. Mayo will be a beast but I could give a look to Crowell there just because he's a proven beast. :)

Sadly the secondary looks spot on. That's more on the corners, though, it's a pretty sick pair of safeties. Revis will keep building up his respect as a corner. The guy scares me.

AntoinCD 10-13-2008 05:41 PM

So far this year;

QB-Trent Edwards
RB-Ronnie Brown
RB-Marshawn Lynch
WR-Lee Evans
WR-Laveraneus Coles
WR-Wes Welker
TE-Anthony Fasano
TE-Dustin Keller
LT-Jason Peters
LG-Logan Mankins
C-Nick Mangold
RG-Derrick Dockery
RT-Langston Walker

DE-Shaun Ellis
DT-Marcus Stroud
DT-Kris Jenkins
DE-Ty Warren
OLB-Joey Porter
ILB-David Harris
ILB-Channing Crowder
OLB-Calvin Pace
CB-Darrelle Revis
CB-Ellis Hobbs
SS-Kerry Rhodes
FS-Donte Whitner

HellonEarth84 12-17-2008 02:02 AM

QB: Tom Brady
RB: Marshawn Lynch
WR: Randy Moss, Lee Evans, Wes Welker
TE: Dustin Keller
LT: Jason Peters
LG: Logan Mankins
C: Nick Mangold
RG: Stephen Neal
RT: Damien Woody

LE: Ty Warren
DT: Kris Jenkins
RE: Richard Seymour
OLB: Joey Porter
ILB: David Harris
ILB: Jerod Mayo
OLB: Calvin Pace
CB: Darelle Revis
FS: Kerry Rhodes
SS: Donte Whitner
CB: Terrence McGee

K: Gostkowski
P: Brian Moorman

BufFan71 12-17-2008 04:16 PM

QB-Tom Brady
HB- Marshawn Lynch
WR- Randy Moss, Cotchery
TE- Ben Watson
LT- Jason Peters
LG- Logan Mankins
C- Mangold
RG- Stephen Neal
RT- Langston Walker

DE-Ty Warren
DE- Seymour
DT- Vince Wilfork, Marcus Stroud
OLB-Calvin Pace
MLB- David Harris
OLB- Joey Porter
CB- Darrell Revis, Terrence Mcgee
SS-Donte Whitner
FS- Kerry Rhodes

K:gostkowski
P: brian moorman

kr: leodis Mckelvin
pr: leon washington

SuperMcGee 12-17-2008 06:47 PM

Washington is not a better punt returner than Parrish. It's possible that nobody is. Washington is very good at returning both kicks and punts, but as a specialty McKelvin and Parrish have him in their respective areas. At least that's how I'm feeling this season, Washington beasted on kick returns last year.
But now to go against the Bills, you can't put Stroud there and not put Jenkins. And I just noticed it's 4-3, which makes no sense in this division. There's one team running a 4-3 and they don't have the worthy talent in their front 7.

gsorace 12-19-2008 01:10 PM

Washington had at least one kick return TD brought back because of a ridiculous holding call, I'd call it a tie between him and McKelvin this season.

I agree with you about Parrish.

Also, Hasn't Jason Peters been awful this season?


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