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Old 04-27-2013, 10:41 PM   #16
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Rak won't make it. I guarantee you that. I think we got 3 guys. Morris, if he makes it, it'll be early, like the 90s range.
They hinted to Morris makin the list while they were talking about MJD being in the 90s. They said he was the 12th out of 12 RBs.
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Old 04-27-2013, 10:55 PM   #17
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I think Morris makes it. RG3 too of course. London maybe.
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Old 04-27-2013, 11:05 PM   #18
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Alf, Bob and Trent. London won't make it. Every time I think about how criminally underrated he has been in his career I die a little. He's a legit HOFer if you look at his numbers. He is finally slipping but geez he's old now.
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Old 05-03-2013, 03:01 AM   #19
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Well looks like London did make it after all. He actually got a higher ranking than he did last year, despite not playing as well as last year (particularly in tackling). He went from 87 last year to 86. It's an improvement none the less
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Old 05-03-2013, 09:28 AM   #20
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Surprised that London got a higher rating than Trent Williams. Also surprised how low Cameron Wake is. Man just had 15 sacks, destroyed Tom Brady and was ranked lower than Pollard.
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Old 05-03-2013, 10:53 AM   #21
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The list is pretty much a joke.

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NFL players think Jacoby Jones is better than Percy Harvin | ProFootballTalk

It's something to watch & discuss until real football starts again, just don't take it too seriously. The players that vote obviously don't.
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Old 05-03-2013, 01:16 PM   #22
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The list is pretty much a joke.

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NFL players think Jacoby Jones is better than Percy Harvin | ProFootballTalk

It's something to watch & discuss until real football starts again, just don't take it too seriously. The players that vote obviously don't.
well, keep in mind Jacoby played a whole season, Harvin played only 9 games. And people have in their mind Jacobys post season, instead of Harvins earlier regular season plays.
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well, keep in mind Jacoby played a whole season, Harvin played only 9 games. And people have in their mind Jacobys post season, instead of Harvins earlier regular season plays.
The rankings are still a joke.

Would you take Jones over Harvin? C'mon.
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Old 05-03-2013, 01:34 PM   #24
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The rankings are still a joke.

Would you take Jones over Harvin? C'mon.
Nope, but last year I would have. Cameron Wake who in my opinion is the best or one of the top 3 pass rushers in the NFL came in behind London. He's top 25 in my book. And Cam Newton should NOT be on the list. (supposedly a lot of players hate him)
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Just because you play in the NFL doesn't mean you know how to evaluate talent.

I work in my office but by no means am I a recruiter for my office.
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Nope, but last year I would have. Cameron Wake who in my opinion is the best or one of the top 3 pass rushers in the NFL came in behind London. He's top 25 in my book. And Cam Newton should NOT be on the list. (supposedly a lot of players hate him)
Sure, but you're using the benefit of hindsight. I'm asking straight up, who is the better player?

Wake was definitely way too low.

The list is basically a big popularity contest. And considering the players only submit their top 20, it would be interesting to know how NFLN comes up with a top 100 based off that.
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Harvin played in 54 career games and scored 29 touchdowns.

His maturity/WR diva issues go back to when he was being recruited here in Va in to go to college. Some of it is legendary. Its not a new issue. If he can ever get his head/attitude right he has the ability to be MVP of the league. This is not embelishment.
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Old 05-03-2013, 06:11 PM   #28
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Sure, but you're using the benefit of hindsight. I'm asking straight up, who is the better player?

Wake was definitely way too low.

The list is basically a big popularity contest. And considering the players only submit their top 20, it would be interesting to know how NFLN comes up with a top 100 based off that.
Is this list about talent or is it about what type of year they had? What do they tell the players before they vote?
Alfred Morris who went from being a nobody to the #2 leading rusher in the NFL obviously moves in and up.
But on the opposite side of the spectrum Orakpo who when healthy is top 10 OLB and and incredibly talented player, but he has been injured that last two years.
I do respect this list more then the Probowl where fans vote. Being voted in by your peers is much better measure of respect then being voted in by a 10 year old on his computer voting 1000 times.
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Top 100 Players of 2013 - NFL.com

i always loved the clip in the beginning when he punks Sherman hes all hot headed after RG3 got hurt.. all the emotion n lost. hes been voted underrated which is cool and he definetly is and thats still cracking the top 100
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I couldn't help but laugh at how coincidental it is that Bernard Pollard always injures a patriot (Brady in '08, Welker in '09, Gronkowski '11, Ridely '12).

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