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Old 04-02-2007, 02:40 PM    (permalink
devinhester=R.O.Y 2006
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Default Create your own Offensive team

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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