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HysterikiLL
08-18-2006, 02:56 AM
I've been AWOL as of late, so I'm not sure if there have been posted...

http://www.nfldraftcountdown.com/features/topnflplayers.html


Not sure if I agree with them. I think some of them are fair, but some of our guys got slept on, but overall pretty fair.



A rundown...

Has Crowder listed as the 15th best OLB, 1 behind LaVar Arrington..

Brown as the 15th RB

JT 5th DE

Zach THomas 7th best MLB - Tatupu ranked 4th :confused:

Chambers ranked higher than Joe Horn, Reggie Wayne, Roy Williams

Our best ranked player overall is JT at #23

Capers 9th best coordinator

Dolfan2788
08-18-2006, 06:16 AM
Thanks for the link, was interesting

Can't believe ZT is 7th overall and Tatupu is 4, thats just ridiculous

Majpain
08-18-2006, 07:33 AM
Terrible list.

burger13
08-18-2006, 07:50 AM
where is Anquan Boldin on the WR list?

Portis is too high.....maybe #6.

Thomas way too low......although I don't have a big problem with Tatupu being very high.....he is a Zach thomas clone, and was a difference maker on their defense.

Derrick Brooks #13????

Freeney #1......I know people will argue....but you can't be the best at your position if you are completley1-dimensional. I'd put Seymour, Strahan, and JT above him. And I just saw he's 3rd best in the league???? :shakeno:

No Cadillac on the list? Lamont Jordan at #8?

Jason Witten at #8? Seems low....no way he should be behind Heath Miller.....not yet at least.

Roy Williams behind Bob Sanders and Sean Taylor??

Donnie Jones deserves to be on the punter list after last year. Not like anyone pays attention to punters though.

Mawae not on the Center list??

GoBills24
08-18-2006, 05:36 PM
Fletcher not in the top 15 MLB????

I guess having the most tackles since 2000 doesn't mean anything.

:shakeno:

burger13
08-18-2006, 11:48 PM
Fletcher not in the top 15 MLB????

I guess having the most tackles since 2000 doesn't mean anything.

:shakeno:


Where do you get your stats??

Per NFL.com - Since 2000:
London Fletcher - 827 tackles
Zach Thomas - 864 tackles (even with Zach playing in 12 less games)

Not saying he isn't one of the top-15 MLB's....just disputing your "fact" :wink:

GoBills24
08-19-2006, 01:24 AM
Where do you get your stats??

Per NFL.com - Since 2000:
London Fletcher - 827 tackles
Zach Thomas - 864 tackles (even with Zach playing in 12 less games)

Not saying he isn't one of the top-15 MLB's....just disputing your "fact" :wink:

Close enough. :lol:

But don't you agree he needs to be in the top 10, at least?

unifiedtheory
08-19-2006, 12:24 PM
As soon as I saw Dwight Freeney at #1 at the defensive end spot I closed the window....

Vertical Limit
08-19-2006, 01:27 PM
That list is terrible.

jbyrd423
08-20-2006, 03:39 PM
guy obviously has no clue about football. seeing tatupu ranked higher than thomas stood out to me as soon as i saw it.... thats ridiculous. i think there are a lot of other mistakes but putting a rookie ahead of zach, come on.... i woulda thought zach wouldve been top 3 for sure, but oh well just more reason why the nfls most underrated player is gonna have another breakout year.

TotoreMexico
08-20-2006, 06:15 PM
1. Adam Vinatieri, Indianapolis Colts


50. Adam Vinatieri, K, New England Patriots

:confused:

SeahawkFinFan
08-20-2006, 07:43 PM
guy obviously has no clue about football. seeing tatupu ranked higher than thomas stood out to me as soon as i saw it.... thats ridiculous. i think there are a lot of other mistakes but putting a rookie ahead of zach, come on.... i woulda thought zach wouldve been top 3 for sure, but oh well just more reason why the nfls most underrated player is gonna have another breakout year.Well, it was a difference-making rookie that made the pro-bowl on an NFC championship team. Which leads me to my main point:

His rankings did seem very odd. It's like he compiled a top 15 list off the top of his head and then drew names from a hat except in cases where the consensus answer was stunningly obvious (i.e. Manning at QB or Jones at OT).

dwhorton
08-20-2006, 08:39 PM
this guy clearly has no clue this should be called the all name team. he really needs to read pro football prospectus 2006

MarinoForPres
08-20-2006, 11:54 PM
no saban on the top head coaches and zach thomas that low hes an idiot!

Springveldt
08-21-2006, 09:01 AM
I know they are that guys personal opinion and its all subjective but were is Joe Gibbs on the Head Coach list? For him not to even be in the top 10 is an absolute joke imho.
Culpepper at #13 is way too low as well, 1/2 a bad season does not make you a bad QB. If this list is made before last season started Culpepper would be #2 or #3 and suddenly he has become worse than the likes of Vick, Plummer and Eli Manning?
After this season Larry Johnson will be the #2 RB behind LT.

Mike13
08-21-2006, 01:19 PM
Close enough. :lol:

But don't you agree he needs to be in the top 10, at least?

Yeah there's no denying that the guy is a beast.

Anyways thats a bad list IMO.