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View Poll Results: Who is the smartest defensive player in the NFL?

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  • Brian Urlacher

    8 34.78%
  • Ray Lewis

    4 17.39%
  • Ed Reed

    6 26.09%
  • John Lynch

    1 4.35%
  • Bob Sanders

    2 8.70%
  • Champ Bailey

    2 8.70%
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    Who is the smartest defensive player in the NFL?

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    Urlacher

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    Again, should have been in the comparisons forum phlp bj.

    I'm going with Urlacher though. He is the leader of the Bears defense, gets everyone in the correct position, etc. Just a great guy to have on your team. Some other great guys are Zach Thomas and Tedy Bruschi.

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    ha easy it has to be the Big U!

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    zach thomas?
    Greatness takes Time

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    Urlacher

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    What? Any list of defenders with brains that does not include Mike Vrabel is to use a Boston term "re TAH ded"

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    Vrabel doesn't deserve to be on this list at all...

    Zach Thomas gets my vote.




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    I voted for Ed Reed as I think he is always near the ball and seems to read QB's very well IMO.

    I do agree with Ramon as if I had to chose a MLB as being the Smartest I would take Zach Thomas

    Chris Houston's world, you just living in it

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    The Colts Fs.

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    John Lynch came to my mind right away, been in the league forever and a great leader and is excellent at disguising blitzes and wasnt always the fastest guy at safety, but was able to get it done with his brains

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    Urlacher

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    Urlacher. He knows all the responsibilities of all his teammates including the secondary and d-linemen. He the QB of the Bears D.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramon Nivar View Post
    Vrabel doesn't deserve to be on this list at all...

    Zach Thomas gets my vote.
    And why is that? Sanders isn't as good and won't last as long. Urlacher is a couple of ticks down from his prime....

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