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Breakdown of that team:
NFL Caliber QB
4 NFL Caliber HBs, 2 were 1st year Pro-Bowlers
2 NFL Caliber WRs, 1 was a 1st year Pro-Bowler
2 NFL Caliber TEs, both were 1st year Pro-Bowlers
3 NFL Caliber OL
2 NFL Caliber DL, 1 was a 1st year Pro-Bowler
2 NFL Caliber LBs, 1 was a 1st year Pro-Bowler
6 NFL Caliber DBs, 2 were 1st year Pro-Bowlers
That is near a complete NFL Caliber starting Lineup. Now, depth might be a problem, as well as the Lines, but I don't think it's unreasonable to look at that roster and think they might be able to beat some of the worst teams in recent memory...
Ohio st produces a lot of draft picks but so so so many are busts
you started debating something else because you know you're wrong
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What about the college all stars vs the worst team? They used to have college all stars vs the championship team, the all stars won 9 times, including beating a packers team cowched by lombardi. The nfl championship team won 31 times and tied twice. The last game was in 74, with pittsburg winning 24-0.
ugh. Every year this question gets brought up. No f'n way. Alabama would get torched by any NFL team.
Question Gabbert all you want, but after playing in the NFL he'd have no problem reading the 3 or 4 coverages that Bama throws out there.
The strength of an NFL d-line would wreck a college olines protection.
It's just so different. You can't just look at how good a team is in another league and say "well they can compete". How many of those guys will actually be NFL starters? And how long would it take them to get up to speed in the NFL for schemes, coverages, the speed of the NFL, etc.
This is once again just a silly pointless question. Jacksonville's 2nd teamers would beat Alabama by double digits.