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    PSD NFL Mock Offseason: SUPER BOWL Chicago Bears VS New England Patriots

    THIS IS NOT REAL. THIS IS A GAME THAT HAS BEEN PLAYED FOR THE PAST FEW MONTHS. THESE ROSTERS ARE NOT THE REAL LIFE ROSTERS. PLEASE VOTE ON WHICH TEAM WOULD BEAT THE OTHER. THIS IS THE SUPER BOWL, THERE IS NO HOME FIELD ADVANTAGE

    New England Patriots

    Offense:

    QB: Tom Brady | Aaron Murray
    HB: Stevan Ridley | Shane Vereen | Brandon Bolden
    FB: Jay Prosch
    LWR: Greg Jennings | Kenbrell Thompkins | Josh Boyce
    RWR: Nate Washington | Matthew Slater
    SLOT: Danny Amendola
    OW: De'Anthony Thomas
    TE1: Rob Gronkowski
    TE2: Brandon Pettigrew
    TE3: Jace Amaro | Xavier Grimble
    LT: Nate Solder | Billy Turney
    LG: Logan Mankins
    C: Marcus Martin | Corey Linsley
    RG: Marcus Cannon
    RT: Sebastian Vollmer | Markus Zusevics


    Defense:

    LDE: Rob Ninkovich | Will Smith
    LDT: Tommy Kelly | Armond Armstead
    RDT: Chris Jones | Sealver Siliga | Joe Vellano
    RDE: Michael Johnson | Karl Klug
    SLB: Jamie Collins | Steve Beauharnais
    MLB: Dont'a Hightower | Sean Porter
    WLB: Jerod Mayo | Jamal Merrell
    LCB: Logan Ryan | Pierre Desit
    SS: Duron Harmon | Taylor Mays
    FS: Devin McCourty | Tavon Wilson
    RCB: Alfonzo Dennard | Kyle Arrington


    Special Teams

    P: Ryan Allen
    PK: Stephen Gostkowski
    LS: Marcus Heit
    H: Ryan Allen
    PR: De'Anthony Thomas
    KR: De'Anthony Thomas

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    Chicago Bears
    Offense:

    QB: Jay Cutler | AJ McCarron
    RB1: Matt Forte
    RB2: Jonathan Stewart | Michael Ford | Tyler Gaffney
    FB: Tony Fiammetta
    WR1: Brandon Marshall
    WR2: Alshon Jeffery
    SLOT: Victor Cruz
    WR3: Lance Moore | Randy Moss | Marquess Wilson
    TE1: Martellus Bennett
    TE2: Benjamin Watson | Rob Blanchflower
    LT: Jermon Bushrod | Joe Long
    LG: Andy Levitre
    C: Ryan Wendell | Corey Linsley
    RG: Kyle Long | Chris Watt
    RT: Jordan Mills | Michael Schofield

    Defense: 4-3

    DE: Jared Allen | Cornelius Washington | Josh Mauro
    DT: Henry Melton | Jonathan Babineaux
    DT: Jurell Casey
    DE: Derrick Morgan | Will Clarke | Cheta Ozougwu
    WLB: Jo-Lonn Dunbar | Trevor Reilly
    MLB: James Laurinaitis | Preston Brown
    SLB: Akeem Ayers | Jerry Franklin | Adrian Hubbard
    LCB: Trumaine Johnson | Alan Ball
    SS: Troy Polamalu
    FS: Mike Adams | Jamarca Sanford
    RCB: Ike Taylor | Zack Bowman
    5c: Adam Pacman Jones

    PR: Devin Hester
    KR: Devin Hester
    K: Robbie Gould
    P: Thomas Morstead






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    Voting will be up for FOUR days.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Super. View Post
    Voting will be up for FOUR days.
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    Marquess Wilson is better than Moore and Randy ****ing Moss.

    But I got Chicago, it's close though. NE's TEs are filthy.

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    i think both teams would be able to run the ball on each other. Levitre and Long would man handle Jones and Kelly and i dont have a lot of faith in donta hightower. NE would have success as well given the fact that Casey and Melton are both three tech's who specialize in getting up field but can but overwhelmed when the O-line is coming straight at them. I do however like Laurinaitis's chances of stepping up and filling the run a lot more then Hightower's

    In the end i went with chicago, i just dont see the pat's getting enough pass rush to disrupt cutler from finding three of the better wide out's in the leauge along with a good tight end in bennett
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    Bears would slap NE around

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    Quote Originally Posted by Super. View Post
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    lol. No way.

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    Voted for Bears because they asked for my vote.
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    Gotta go with the Bears. The offensive weapons are too potent.


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    Going with the Patriots because they were down 9-0 and I'm a Pats fan.

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    Wendell is a terrible center, and the rest of Chicago's line isn't that great. My defensive line would be able to get to Cutler all day long.

    Both offenses are extremely talented, but when it comes down to the most important position, QB, Brady wins by a mile. Cutler is meh

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    Quote Originally Posted by juggla53 View Post
    i think both teams would be able to run the ball on each other. Levitre and Long would man handle Jones and Kelly and i dont have a lot of faith in donta hightower. NE would have success as well given the fact that Casey and Melton are both three tech's who specialize in getting up field but can but overwhelmed when the O-line is coming straight at them. I do however like Laurinaitis's chances of stepping up and filling the run a lot more then Hightower's

    In the end i went with chicago, i just dont see the pat's getting enough pass rush to disrupt cutler from finding three of the better wide out's in the leauge along with a good tight end in bennett
    ninko/johnson/klug/smith are all pretty good pass rushers, especially going against that bears o-line

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    Close game. I like Ryan and Dennard as corners, but against Marshall and Jeffery they would struggle. Too tall, it would give me flashbacks of the AFCCG when we had to put Dennard on Thomas and he was getting beat often.

    I wonder if New England's TEs have as much of an advantage as Chicago's WRs.

    Siliga better be in for Jones often or Chicago is going to have an easier time running the ball. Brady should have plenty of time behind that Oline.
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    I'm going to wait to vote.

    Patriots offense is very intriguing.... I am extremely high on Amaro and think he would be the #2 TE on that roster. Pettigrew is pretty bad. Thomas is good, but it's also a lot of pressure on rookies.

    Chicago has dirty WRs that would probably dominate the Patriots CB.

    This really comes down to how much faith I have in Tom Brady, who would need to have a hell of a game to win this.


    Also side note, Norm has 80k posts... holy **** LOL. Imagine if we didn't have chatzies? He would be pushing 90k
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