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Old 05-20-2013, 06:54 AM   #61
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where can i see the actual segments instead of the reactions?
I know, right? Stupid NFL website, that's the second time I went on there to see video of a Redskin and all they showed is the dumb reaction video. I want to see what his fellow players are saying about him.
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Old 05-20-2013, 08:58 PM   #62
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man i cannot wait for this season, im 25 years old so its been awhile for me since we were relevant consistently. The future is LeBron bright. cant wait!
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I honestly though alfred would be higher than what he was. He had a monster season.
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Old 05-29-2013, 12:05 PM   #64
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So the NFL.com's "Top 10 QBs under 25" is down to the final 3. At this point RG3, Andrew Luck and Colin Kapernick, have not been mentioned, so they are obviously 3,2 and 1. I wonder what the order will be? Obviously being a Redskins homer, I have to say RG3 is number 1, but Kapernick maybe number one with a Superbowl appearance. What do you guys think?
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So the NFL.com's "Top 10 QBs under 25" is down to the final 3. At this point RG3, Andrew Luck and Colin Kapernick, have not been mentioned, so they are obviously 3,2 and 1. I wonder what the order will be? Obviously being a Redskins homer, I have to say RG3 is number 1, but Kapernick maybe number one with a Superbowl appearance. What do you guys think?
It SHOULD be 1. RG3 2. Luck 3. Kaepernick

The thing is a lot of ''analysts'' like to go with Luck only because they trust his health and he's more of the safe pick (since coming out of college) rather than going off the ''risky'' or ''higher potential pick'' of RG3.
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man i cannot wait for this season, im 25 years old so its been awhile for me since we were relevant consistently. The future is LeBron bright. cant wait!
26 for me and I agree!
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It SHOULD be 1. RG3 2. Luck 3. Kaepernick

The thing is a lot of ''analysts'' like to go with Luck only because they trust his health and he's more of the safe pick (since coming out of college) rather than going off the ''risky'' or ''higher potential pick'' of RG3.

Since this list is being done by the players, and all of RG III's opponents laid loads of praise on the kid, I believe he will be ranked above Wilson, Kap, and Luck.

If this list was created by the Peter King's of the world then I would be hesitant to say that.
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Cam in at 46? Idk about that. I think he's more around 60 but what do I know
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Either Andrew Luck is very overrated by the players, or not on this list at all.
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Again, another week, and players 40-31 were named. No RG3 (Yes). No Andrew Luck either (No!). I think Luck is a top 50 player based on last years performance. I think RG3 is top 25 last year for his performance. If the players don't put RG3 ahead of Luck, I'm going to stop watching.

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Rank Player 2012 Team 2013 Team Position 2012 L.C. Ref
31 Clay Matthews Green Bay Packers Outside linebacker 4
32 Frank Gore San Francisco 49ers Running back 4
33 Patrick Peterson Arizona Cardinals Cornerback 22
34 Charles Tillman Chicago Bears Cornerback NR
35 Dez Bryant Dallas Cowboys Wide receiver NR
36 Geno Atkins Cincinnati Bengals Defensive tackle NR
37 NaVorro Bowman San Francisco 49ers Inside linebacker 48
38 Vernon Davis San Francisco 49ers Tight end 5
39 Roddy White Atlanta Falcons Wide receiver 26
40 Ndamukong Suh Detroit Lions Defensive tackle 2
41 Jason Witten Dallas Cowboys Tight end 34
42 Haloti Ngata Baltimore Ravens Defensive tackle 33
43 Eli Manning New York Giants Quarterback 12
44 Wes Welker New England Patriots Denver Broncos Wide receiver 21
45 LeSean McCoy Philadelphia Eagles Running back 27
46 Cam Newton Carolina Panthers Quarterback 6
47 Tony Gonzalez Atlanta Falcons Tight end 6
48 Duane Brown Houston Texans Offensive tackle NR
49 Justin Houston Kansas City Chiefs Outside linebacker NR
50 Richard Sherman Seattle Seahawks Cornerback NR
51 Russell Wilson Seattle Seahawks Quarterback NR
52 Vincent Jackson Tampa Bay Buccaneers Wide receiver NR
53 Champ Bailey Denver Broncos Cornerback 7
54 Julius Peppers Chicago Bears Defensive end 28
55 Jason Pierre-Paul New York Giants Defensive end 31
56 Terrell Suggs Baltimore Ravens Outside linebacker 45
57 Doug Martin Tampa Bay Buccaneers Running back NR
58 Victor Cruz New York Giants Wide receiver 19
59 Derrick Johnson Kansas City Chiefs Outside linebacker 19
60 Jared Allen Minnesota Vikings Defensive end 47
61 Ben Roethlisberger Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback 31
62 Chris Johnson Tennessee Titans Running back 38
63 Stephen Tulloch Detroit Lions Middle linebacker NR
64 Alfred Morris Washington Redskins Running back NR
65 Dwayne Bowe Kansas City Chiefs Wide receiver return
66 Earl Thomas Seattle Seahawks Free safety 0
67 Darrelle Revis New York Jets Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cornerback 62
68 Demaryius Thomas Denver Broncos Wide receiver NR
69 Tim Jennings Chicago Bears Cornerback NR
70 Chad Greenway Minnesota Vikings Outside linebacker NR
71 Trent Richardson Cleveland Browns Running back NR
72 Mario Williams Buffalo Bills Defensive end return
73 Antonio Gates San Diego Chargers Tight end return
74 Robert Mathis Indianapolis Colts Outside linebacker / Defensive end return
75 Brandon Flowers Kansas City Chiefs Cornerback NR
76 Matthew Stafford Detroit Lions Quarterback 35
77 Aaron Hernandez New England Patriots Tight end NR
78 Joe Staley San Francisco 49ers Offensive tackle 11
79 Luke Kuechly Carolina Panthers Middle linebacker NR
80 Dwight Freeney Indianapolis Colts San Diego Chargers Defensive end 9
81 Colin Kaepernick San Francisco 49ers Quarterback NR [2]
82 Logan Mankins New England Patriots Guard 18
83 Lance Briggs Chicago Bears Outside linebacker 11
84 Steve Smith Carolina Panthers Wide receiver 49
85 Charles Woodson Green Bay Packers Oakland Raiders Cornerback / Strong safety 49
86 London Fletcher Washington Redskins Inside linebacker 1
87 Bernard Pollard Baltimore Ravens Tennessee Titans Strong safety NR
88 Jacoby Jones Baltimore Ravens Wide receiver NR
89 Cameron Wake Miami Dolphins Defensive end return
90 Percy Harvin Minnesota Vikings Seattle Seahawks Wide receiver NR
91 Troy Polamalu Pittsburgh Steelers Strong safety 72
92 Gerald McCoy Tampa Bay Buccaneers Defensive tackle NR
93 Anquan Boldin Baltimore Ravens San Francisco 49ers Wide receiver NR
94 Daryl Washington Arizona Cardinals Inside linebacker NR
95 Max Unger Seattle Seahawks Center NR
96 Dashon Goldson San Francisco 49ers Tampa Bay Buccaneers Free safety NR
97 Heath Miller Pittsburgh Steelers Tight end NR
98 Maurice Jones-Drew Jacksonville Jaguars Running back 86
99 Trent Williams Washington Redskins Offensive tackle NR
100 Dennis Pitta Baltimore Ravens Tight end NR
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So Andrew Luck is #23. Where will RGIII be? Top 20? or Top 10? They hinted at "a lot of QBs next week, so I have to think he is 15-20. I've seen top 5 listed as Rodgers, Peyton Manning, Brady, Megatron and Adrian Peterson, (not in that order)

Just nice to know that Robert will be Top 20.
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Honestly this list is a joke IMO. It's nice to see Griffin and luck up that high but in all seriousness, they ranked Cam Newton over Ben? And then not even voting Jimmy Graham on the list? Cmon

And as much grief I'll.get for saying this but Tony romo probably should have been in the 90s. If your going off stats he would be, for instance Trent Richardson was what? In the 60s? What did he even do last yr?
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Honestly this list is a joke IMO. It's nice to see Griffin and luck up that high but in all seriousness, they ranked Cam Newton over Ben? And then not even voting Jimmy Graham on the list? Cmon

And as much grief I'll.get for saying this but Tony romo probably should have been in the 90s. If your going off stats he would be, for instance Trent Richardson was what? In the 60s? What did he even do last yr?
Example, Alfred Morris the 2nd leading rusher ranked #64. It's just like ESPN's best coaches. Bill Walsh better than George Halas and Paul Brown, what a joke.
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Old 06-14-2013, 12:15 AM   #74
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Yeah this list is a little questionable. Jimmy Graham isn't on the list supposedly. Gronk missed 5 games last year and had 4 surgeries and is still in the top 30 (where as Revis is the best CB in the NFL and has one surgery and drops almost 60 spots).

Then Andrew Luck, sure he is a high potential guy, but he wasn't a top 30 player last year, and the gap between him and Russell Wilson are a lot closer than they appear on this list at 50 and 23.

RG3 is where he deserves to be, a top 20 player (I'd personally put him in the top 10).
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Old 06-14-2013, 12:45 AM   #75
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Jimmy graham should be on the list. Revis only played two games and gronk still scored 11 touchdowns, the rest of the surgeries happened after the season, so 2 games vs 11 touchdowns... Not that much of a debate.

As far as griffin being top 10... I'm not there yet. Too many good players in the league to give him the definite edge. Just based on last year I can't put griffin ahead of watt, Rodgers, manning, Brady, miller, Adrian Peterson, Calvin Johnson, Willis, Atkins, or Duane brown. I would even make the case sherman and ware are better but those two are debatable.But I do believe griffin will be a top 10 player next year. Should be top 20 this year though. List is kinda dumb anyway
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