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    Underrated O's

    What teams do you see as having underrated O's right now?
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    Bears. They're not top 5

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    Arizona. Dallas. Pittsburgh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by warfelg View Post
    Arizona. Dallas. Pittsburgh.
    I dont think Arizona is underrated. Right on par
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seahawker562 View Post
    I dont think Arizona is underrated. Right on par
    No one talks about them and they were in the top 1/4th of offenses last year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by warfelg View Post
    No one talks about them and they were in the top 1/4th of offenses last year.
    Were they? Had no idea. Always thought Palmer was playing mediocre last year and had no RB help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    Bears. They're not top 5
    Actually, if you go back to the original discussion that you turned into a "Bears aren't top 5" topic, I questioned someone saying that the Bears were "elite" last year. The words offense or "top 5" were not even in the discussion until you joined in later on & subsequently followed up with it's own thread.

    The Bears quite obviously have a top 5 offense, I don't think there are too many people on here that disagree with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whooligun View Post
    Actually, if you go back to the original discussion that you turned into a "Bears aren't top 5" topic, I questioned someone saying that the Bears were "elite" last year. The words offense or "top 5" were not even in the discussion until you joined in later on & subsequently followed up with it's own thread.

    The Bears quite obviously have a top 5 offense, I don't think there are too many people on here that disagree with that.

    Honest mistake on your part. Time to move on.
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    Also you attacked a guy After the elite comment. Different guy who said they were top 5. Stop tryong to cover your behind nobody who read that thread is buying it m

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    Quote Originally Posted by warfelg View Post
    Arizona. Dallas. Pittsburgh.
    The Cardinals couldn't run the ball last season, and Carson Palmer threw more INTs than TDs.

    The Cowboys are nothing but offense at this point, so I don't see how their offense could be underrated. Maybe their running game is, but that's because they choose not to use it.

    The Steelers have an underrated passing game, but the running game still needs to improve.
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    Maybe the Bucs? Jackson and Evans is a nice WR tandem, Myers is a solid enough TE, Doug Martin, not really anything amazing at QB though. Hard when I feel like most NFL offenses right now are rated pretty fairly from what I've seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Austeezy View Post
    What teams do you see as having underrated O's right now?
    Definitely the 9ers. Kappy, Crabs, and Gore get no respect.


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    Quote Originally Posted by HoodedSB View Post
    Maybe the Bucs? Jackson and Evans is a nice WR tandem, Myers is a solid enough TE, Doug Martin, not really anything amazing at QB though. Hard when I feel like most NFL offenses right now are rated pretty fairly from what I've seen.
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    I personally think Seattle offense is a bit underrated but won't put them because I don't wanna be labeled as a "homer". Plus I think there are teams deserving the underrated title more than Seattle. Chicago has great potential but it's yet to be seen if they can be a elite offense.

    I think the Lions and Giants have a underrated offense. DET has a chance to be a top 5 offense and I think OBJ and Cruz will have a great season and will really help Eli. Buffalo also has a shot to really surprise people. That's if Spiller and Manuel can stay healthy and if Manuel can be productie (not a fan of Manuel at all).

    Tampa Bay is another team I think could explode. Martin is a great RB and they have 2 elite caliber WRs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seahawks509 View Post
    Tampa Bay is another team I think could explode. Martin is a great RB and they have 2 elite caliber WRs.
    That's a lot to ask of a rookie, to be an elite caliber WR. I do like the Tampa pick though. Their top 4 weapons have potential.
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