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  1. #31
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    It looks as though the PSD consensus are safeties. Safeties have a higher velocity in their hits do to the amount a space they they make up in pursuing tackles coupled with the speed in which they generate their hits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by manbearchef View Post
    Donte Stallworth, without a doubt.
    You don't get up when he hits you.

  3. #33
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    I vote Brandon Moore of the Jets.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rAp57G1hLn0

  4. #34
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fired-Up View Post
    It's Bernard Pollard. Used to be Ray Lewis or maybe Ed Reed. It's crazy, but from about 1998-2003 it was Lewis, then from 2004-2006 it was Reed and then from about 2007-pres it's been Pollard.

    Just filled with Ravens.
    I think were forgetting Bob "no regard for his own or anyone elses safety" Sanders , The guy just played with reckless abandon and that's why his career was so short. For me the hardest hitter during those years.

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    The Waterboy, Robert 'Bobby' Boucher Jr.

  6. #36
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    I still think for this season ryan clark and adrian wilson are pretty hard hitters

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    Pollard...

  8. #38
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    Pollard has made a career out of injuring Patriots.


    This is why I tend to lurk rather than participate in "discussions"

  9. #39
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    I'm starting to think Pollard is the only answer here.

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    A few years ago I would say Troy Polamalu


    Authentic Phillies, Eagles , Sixers fan
    - I love Ray Lewis.

    "Do not scorn a weak cub, he may become a brutal tiger"

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    Dashon Goldson of the Goldson and Whitner Lumber Company.


    Welcome to the Welterweight Division Errol Spence Jr!


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  13. #43
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    Right now it is B. pollard. He is an old school before 2004(peyton manning passing rules ) safety. He can support run d in the box is the size of a lb and makes major impact when he hits. Ed reed never has been a hard hitter(an opportunistic one yes neither has polamalu). While the nfl has legislated out hard hitting in the nfl it has caused a ripple effect in who teams select in the draft. Very rarely do you even hear an analyst talk about a player in college and how hard they can hit anymore.

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    Goldson is a softie compared to Kam.

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    It's Bernard Pollard. There's no debate.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1JB7bE_iy_s

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