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PostPosted: Sat Sep 15, 2012 12:50 pm    Post subject: Best Division in football?????? Pro Bowl Teams.... Reply with quote

I just wanted to have a little bit of fun, I wanted to see who would have the best division in football. If you were to take Pro Bowl players from each division and make a team, for each division, who would win??? I honestly believe the NFC North would be the best football division in football.

Lets start with the OFFENSE NFC North

I'm only going to list the starter first, then the backup.

******NFC NORTH******

Quarterback
- Aaron Rodgers (Packers)
- Jay Cutler (Bears)
- Matthew Stafford (Lions)

Running Back
- Adrian Peterson (Vikings)
- Matt Forte (Bears)

Tight End
-Jermichael Finley (Packers)
- Kyle Rudolph (Vikings)

Wide Receivers
- Calvin Johnson (Lions)
- Brandon Marshall (Bears)
- Greg Jennings (Packers)
- Percy Harvin (Vikings)

Offensive Line
- LT Matt Kahili (Vikings)
- LG TJ Lang (Packers)
- C Jeff Saturday (Packers)
- RG Geoff Schwartz (Vikings)
- RT Gabe Carimi (Bears)

DEFENSE

Defensive Line
- LE Julius Peppers (Bears)
- DT Kyle Williams (Vikings)
- DT Ndamukong Suh (Lions)
- RE Jared Allen (Vikings)

Linebackers
- SLB Clay Matthews (Packers)
- MLB Brian Urlacher (Bears)
- WLB Lance Briggs (Bears)

Secondary
- CB Tramon Williams (Packers)
- FS Louis Delmas (Lions)
- SS Charles Woodson (Packers)
- CB Charles Tillman (Bears)

*****NFC SOUTH*****

Quarterback
- Drew Brees (Saints)
- Cam Newton (Panthers)
- Matt Ryan (Falcons)

Running Back
- Michael Turner (Falcons)
- Deangelo Williams (Panthers)

Tight End
- Shane Graham (Sanits)
- Tony Gonzalez (Falcons)

Wide Receivers
- Julio Jones (Falcons)
- Roddy White (Falcons)
- Steve Smith (Panthers)
- Vincent Jackson (Bucs)

Offensive Line
- LT Jordan Gross (Panthers)
- LG Carl Nicks (Bucs)
- C
- RG Jahri Evans (Saints)
- RT Tyson Clabo (Falcons)

DEFENSE

Defensive Line

- LE- John Abraham (Falcons)
- DT Gerold McCoy (Bucs)
- DT Sedrick Ellis (Saints)
- RE Charles Johnson (Panthers)

Linebackers

- SLB Curtis Lofton (Saints)
- MLB Jonathon Vilma (Saints)
- WLB John Beason (Panthers)

Secondary

- CB Brent Grimes (Falcons
- FS Malcolm Jenkins (Saints)
- SS Mark Barron (Bucs)
- CB Aqib Talib (Bucs)


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 15, 2012 6:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Seriously? NFC East brother.

QB: Eli Manning( As much as I hate to say it)
QB: RGIII
QB: Mike Vick

RB: LeSean McCoy
RB: DeMarco Murray
RB: Ahmad Bradshaw
FB: Lawrence Vickers

WR: Hakeem Nicks
WR: Victor Cruz
WR: Miles Austin
WR: Jeremy Maclin
WR: Dez Bryant

TE: Jason Witten
TE: Fred Davis

OT: Jason Peters
OT: Todd Herremans
OT: Tyron Smith
OG: Evan Mathis
OG: Chris Snee
C: Jason Kelce

4-3 Defense.
DE: Trent Cole
DE: JPP
DE: Justin Tuck
DE: Jason Babin
DT: Cullen Jenkins
DT: Fletcher Cox
DT: Chris Canty
MLB: Demeco Ryans
OLB: Mychal Kendricks
OLB: Mathias Kiwanuka
CB: Nnamdi Asomugha
CB: Brandon Carr
S: Nate Allen
S: Antrelle Rolle

3-4 D
DE: Adam Carricker
NT: Jay Ratliff
DE: Stephen Bowen
OLB: Demarcus Ware
MLB: London Fletcher
MLB: Sean Lee
OLB: Brian Orakpo/Ryan Kerrigan


Beat that NFC north.
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 15, 2012 6:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

no love for henry melton? If he keeps it up he should be a shoe in for pro bowl
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 15, 2012 6:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Just a few notes on the all NFC North team IMO…

TE…Brandon Pettigrew > Kyle Rudolph
WR…Jordy Nelson > Percy Harvin
C…John Sullivan > Jeff Saturday
RG…Josh Sitton > Geoff Schwartz (Louis is better than this guy too)
DT…Henry Melton > Kevin Williams
DE…Jared Allen > Cliff Avril
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 17, 2012 3:14 am    Post subject: My bad Reply with quote

MadMike90,

I wasn't to sure on the O-line...and I dont know how I forgot about Jared Allen, I completely missed that one..Thanks for the update...I honestly would rather have Percy Harvin than Jordy Nelson....I think Kyle Rudolph is better than Pettigrew...and I dont know about Melton being better than Kevin Williams...He may be better than him in a year or 2, but as of right now I have to give it to Kevin Williams...


Oland11,

NFC East??? I dont know about that one...

-Aaron Rodgers > Eli Manning
-Adrian Peterson or Matt Forte > LeSean McCoy
-Calvin Johnson, Brandon Marshall, Greg Jennings > Nicks, Miles, Cruz (Johnson is best in the business)
-NFC North TE < Jason Witten (Ill give you TE, your better there)
-Peppers, Allen, Williams, Avril > JPP, Tuck, Babin Cole (NFC East DEs look up to peppers)
-Suh, Williams, Melton = Jenkins, Cox, Canty (I say about equal there)
- Urlacher, Briggs, Matthews > Ryans, Kendricks, Kiwankui (come on man, no comparsion)
- Woodson, Williams, Tillman. Delmas = Namni, Allen, Rolle, Carr (I say about the same)

-Rodgers is better than Eli
-Calvin is the best WR in the NFL
-Peppers and Allen is better than any Duo of your DEs...
-Urlacher, Briggs, and Matthews is probably the one of the best LB group in -the NFL (Patrick Willis, Bowman are 1st)

Would be a good game, but I give it to the NFC North...and your giving your faith in alot of 2nd year and rookie players who are still unproven. (Cox, Kendricks)
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 17, 2012 11:25 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

With Peppers, Allen, Suh and Matthews all getting after it, the opposing QB probably wouldn't make it out alive.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 17, 2012 2:12 pm    Post subject: Re: My bad Reply with quote

Bears54 wrote:
MadMike90,

I wasn't to sure on the O-line...and I dont know how I forgot about Jared Allen, I completely missed that one..Thanks for the update...I honestly would rather have Percy Harvin than Jordy Nelson....I think Kyle Rudolph is better than Pettigrew...and I dont know about Melton being better than Kevin Williams...He may be better than him in a year or 2, but as of right now I have to give it to Kevin Williams...


Oland11,

NFC East??? I dont know about that one...

-Aaron Rodgers > Eli Manning
-Adrian Peterson or Matt Forte > LeSean McCoy
-Calvin Johnson, Brandon Marshall, Greg Jennings > Nicks, Miles, Cruz (Johnson is best in the business)
-NFC North TE < Jason Witten (Ill give you TE, your better there)
-Peppers, Allen, Williams, Avril > JPP, Tuck, Babin Cole (NFC East DEs look up to peppers)
-Suh, Williams, Melton = Jenkins, Cox, Canty (I say about equal there)
- Urlacher, Briggs, Matthews > Ryans, Kendricks, Kiwankui (come on man, no comparsion)
- Woodson, Williams, Tillman. Delmas = Namni, Allen, Rolle, Carr (I say about the same)

-Rodgers is better than Eli
-Calvin is the best WR in the NFL
-Peppers and Allen is better than any Duo of your DEs...
-Urlacher, Briggs, and Matthews is probably the one of the best LB group in -the NFL (Patrick Willis, Bowman are 1st)

Would be a good game, but I give it to the NFC North...and your giving your faith in alot of 2nd year and rookie players who are still unproven. (Cox, Kendricks)


Well I chose Kendricks and Cox because there is only 2 teams in the NFCE that run a 4-3. And the Giant's LBs and DTs aren't even that good. If we combined 4-3 and the 3-4 to make a hybrid then the defenses would be very evenly matched. And i'll give NFCN the edge in offense. But NFCE's O-Line is better than NFCN. There really isn't a debate. But hey we can start one! Very Happy
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 17, 2012 5:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Carimi over Bulaga and Schwartz over Sitton? Shocked. Also, Saturday is pretty much done at this point. He's alright for snapping the ball and being a body to get in someone's way, but that's about it. The rest of the roster looks pretty good. I might go with Jordy over BMarsh...but that could just be me Wink
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