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    Name Your Top 5's

    Name all the players on your team that are top 5 at their position.

    1. Earl Thomas FS
    2. Richard Sherman CB
    3. Bobby Wagner MLB
    4. Kam Chancellor SS
    5. Marshawn Lynch RB
    6. Max Unger C
    7. Russell Okung LT

    Other possible candidates

    1. Red Bryant- If he was a DT he'd be on this list, but at RDE that's a weird position to be a run stuffer.

    2. Steven Hauschka- One of the most accurate kickers in the league, but lacks leg power.

    3. Jon Ryan- Kicks a great ball, but not elite power. Does get great hang time on 99% of his kicks though. (MVP?)
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    No way he's a top 5 DT, do you know how many elite DTs there are right now?

    Just off the top of my head -

    Ngata, atkins, mccoy, suh, fairley, dareus, wilfork, melton, and I'm sure there's more that I'm not thinking of.

    Lions have suh, fairley, and calvin. That's really it. Warford will be there soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by basch152 View Post
    No way he's a top 5 DT, do you know how many elite DTs there are right now?

    Just off the top of my head -

    Ngata, atkins, mccoy, suh, fairley, dareus, wilfork, melton, and I'm sure there's more that I'm not thinking of.
    Yeah you might be right on that one. Red is super valuable, but no where the dual threat as some of those guys. He still is the anchor of the entire Seahawks run defense though, and even though he doesn't create stats he's an excellent player.

    But like I said you're probably right. Especially with the amount of young DT's that seem to have emerged in the NFL over the last couple of years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ztilzer31 View Post
    Yeah you might be right on that one. Red is super valuable, but no where the dual threat as some of those guys. He still is the anchor of the entire Seahawks run defense though, and even though he doesn't create stats he's an excellent player.

    But like I said you're probably right. Especially with the amount of young DT's that seem to have emerged in the NFL over the last couple of years.
    Not just DTs, dline talent has been springing up all over the place lately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by basch152 View Post
    Not just DTs, dline talent has been springing up all over the place lately.
    I'm just a super homer bout Red. He's a one trick pony, but he's damn good at that one trick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ztilzer31 View Post
    Yeah you might be right on that one. Red is super valuable, but no where the dual threat as some of those guys. He still is the anchor of the entire Seahawks run defense though, and even though he doesn't create stats he's an excellent player.

    But like I said you're probably right. Especially with the amount of young DT's that seem to have emerged in the NFL over the last couple of years.
    If he's top 5 anything, it's 5 tech.

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    1. Justin Smith DE
    2. Patrick Willis MLB
    3. NaVorro Bowman MLB
    4. Vernon Davis TE
    5. Joe Staley LT
    6. Mike Iupati LG
    7. Eric Reid FS

    The last one is a homer pick, but he was graded out as a top 4 safety by PFF at midseason as a rookie. Bright future for him if he stays healthy.

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    RB Doug Martin (debatable)...WR Vincent Jackson......G Carl Nicks (When healthy).....DT Gerald McCoy.....LB Lavonte David.....S Dashon Goldson.....CB Darelle Revis

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    This year? Outside of Brady, and a case could be made hat he isn't a top 5 player this year, the Patriots have no players that are top 5 at their position.
    Bill Parcells: "You are what your record says you are."

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    nobody.... Trent Williams and Ryan Kerrigan maybe... Garcon and Morris probably fall just outside the argument to be top 5
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    1. Peyton Manning
    2. Ryan Clady
    3. Louis Vasquez
    4. Demaryius Thomas
    5. Von Miller

    3 & 4 are borderline.

    Julius Thomas probably will be soon.

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    McCoy
    Peters
    Mathis
    Jones
    Foles
    Lane Johnson

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    Mjd
    Anger
    Scobee

    If it was top ten I could argue Lewis, poz, marks(dudes been beast this year), pasztor, shorts, blackmon
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    Name Your Top 5's

    Wilkerson.
    Mangold if it was 2011.
    Cromartie if this season didn't occur.

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    Forte
    Marshall
    Briggs
    Tillman
    Possibly Melton
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