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    Re: Top 100 - Ngata at 42



    Quote Originally Posted by TheSpiderWebb View Post
    I'm going to guess the order is Rice, Reed, and Flacco. With Flacco some how behind RGIII
    Would they still have Reed up there for us or is this based on last year? I haven't watch a lick of this offseason filler show. Wouldn't it be Yanda, or was he announced already?




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    Re: Top 100 - Ngata at 42

    They said only one lineman is left, so I doubt Yanda makes the list at all, which is a crock of shit. They also seem to have counted Boldin and Pollard as Ravens, so Reed should be too I believe.




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    Re: Top 100 - Ngata at 42

    Quote Originally Posted by TheSpiderWebb View Post
    They said only one lineman is left, so I doubt Yanda makes the list at all, which is a crock of shit. They also seem to have counted Boldin and Pollard as Ravens, so Reed should be too I believe.
    Oh ok. I wondered how they did that. No YANDA!!!

    The entire list is a crock of shit to be honest. I think it's just something to make people argue.

    Like this morning on NFL AM, they still are comparing Matt Ryan to Flacco and the worst part is that they omit the obvious. Flacco plays against top ten defenses regularly, has no WR in the league of the ones Matt Ryan has to throw to, had to play with Cam holding him ransom in the later years, and has beaten the HOF caliber QBs on a regular basis (Ben, Brady, Mannings) while for the most part out playing them in those games.

    People like to omit that Denver was like the #2 defense in the league and Flacco absolutely torched them in the playoffs. Sorry to go on a rant, but it ticked me off because analyst should not be allowed to comment when they bring only half of the facts. Matt Ryan only has one playoff win in five years, ONE, and even that almost wasn't.




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    Re: Top 100 - Ngata at 42

    I don't watch this show to see where they rank. I watch it because I like hearing what other players genuinely think about their opponents.




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    Re: Top 100 - Ngata at 42

    amazing how the best player AT HIS POSITION compared to his position-mates in the nfl that we have,
    SEEMINGLY,isnt in the top 100
    YANDA of course
    hope im wrong
    i know it means absolutely NOTHING
    but i always want my boys to win at EVERYTHING




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    Re: Top 100 - Ngata at 42

    Yanda won't make the list, because of his position.
    Torrey won't make it, because he doesn't have the stats
    It's either, Reed or Lewis to go along with Rice and Flacco.
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    Re: Top 100 - Ngata at 42

    If Flacco makes it in the top ten, there will not be a tomorrow because reality will just rip........ says the non-Flacco fans.

    I so hope he makes it to #10. I will just watch my cellphone burst into flames while trying to load twitter.




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    Re: Top 100 - Ngata at 42

    Flacco was #19.

    Matt Ryan and RG3 in front of him.




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    Re: Top 100 - Ngata at 42

    Champ Bailey on AJ Green: "I think he was the only one that scored on me last year."

    Champ must have forgot the playoffs.




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    Dont watch the reaction show if you don't want to have your blood pressure raised by Heath Evans bashing Joe's ranking.


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    Re: Top 100 - Ngata at 42

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravens75 View Post
    Took a pretty big drop but he's been injured and his play dropped off after two great starts in 2011 and 12.

    The thing that I can't take is all of this ball washing of the rapist and the outrage that he's number 61. I don't give a fuck how many plays he's made in the past, the guy can't stay healthy. Also he pissed away several games (see Dallas and the Broncos games) with pick 6's but all everyone says is that he makes more plays than God himself.

    Please.

    Next week or the week after when Joe checks in at 33 or lower then idiots like Heath Evans are going to go on an all out assault to get him off the list entirely.

    Now they are ball washing Romo as if he's played all that great. Every time I see him he's making the critical mistake.
    i don't see how they credit the rapist for the super bowl against seattle. they won the game despite the rapist and due to [B]S officiating.




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    Re: Top 100 - Ngata at 42

    Quote Originally Posted by JMUpurkfool View Post
    Champ Bailey on AJ Green: "I think he was the only one that scored on me last year."

    Champ must have forgot the playoffs.
    Haha, I thought the same thing. Maybe he's convinced himself that 82 was just a monster from his nightmares. Which I'm sure is true now.




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