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View Poll Results: Who Would Win?

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  • State Farm

    5 55.56%
  • All Pro

    3 33.33%
  • GM's Vote Here

    1 11.11%
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  1. #1
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    NFL Re-Draft Second Round: #2 State Farm vs. #7 All-Pro

    State Farm:

    QB: Aaron Rodgers

    RB: Ameer Abdullah
    RB: Dion Lewis

    WR: Larry Fitzgerald
    WR: Michael Crabtree
    WR: Donte Moncrief

    TE: Will Tye
    TE: Austin Seferian-Jenkins

    LT: Garett Bolles
    LG: Quinton Spain
    C: Nick Mangold
    RG: Shaq Mason
    RT: Demar Dotson

    DE: Jadeveon Clowney
    NT: Eddie Goldman
    DT: Mike Daniels
    DE: Mario Addison

    OLB: Telvin Smith
    MLB: Bobby Wagner
    OLB: Derrick Johnson

    CB: Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie
    CB: Jalen Collins
    SCB: Aaron Colvin

    FS: Jahleel Addae
    SS: Reshad Jones


    All-Pro

    QB: Matthew Stafford

    RB: Ezekiel Elliott
    RB: Paul Perkins

    WR: Michael Thomas
    WR: Marvin Jones
    Slot: Jordan Matthews
    TE: Jordan Reed
    TE: Jacob Tamme

    LT: Taylor Lewan
    LG: Josh Sitton
    C: Mitch Morse
    RG: Zack Martin
    RT: Jason Spriggs

    DEFENSE

    LE: Cliff Avril
    NT: Alan Branch
    DT: Akiem Hicks
    RE: Ezekiel Ansah

    WILL: Shaq Thompson
    MIKE: Avery Williamson
    SAM: Karlos Dansby

    CB: Adam "Pacman" Jones
    CB: Ross Cockrell
    NB: William Gay
    FS: George Iloka
    SS: Su'a Cravens

  2. #2
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    Honestly felt like I had more than a fair shot in this. Rodgers is Rodgers, but he gets a worse OL than IRL, the same problems with the running game and more or less only Fitz and Crabtree to throw to. And they're both good receivers, but they're both pretty much possession receivers at this point. I can't expect to convince people my defense will somehow dominate, other than maybe my top notch pass rushers on the edges, but with a much better balanced offense with weapons on every level, I'd bet on my ability to outscore him.

  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrei00 View Post
    Honestly felt like I had more than a fair shot in this. Rodgers is Rodgers, but he gets a worse OL than IRL, the same problems with the running game and more or less only Fitz and Crabtree to throw to. And they're both good receivers, but they're both pretty much possession receivers at this point. I can't expect to convince people my defense will somehow dominate, other than maybe my top notch pass rushers on the edges, but with a much better balanced offense with weapons on every level, I'd bet on my ability to outscore him.
    Those are fantastic fits for second tier receivers with Rodgers on my eyes fwiw

  4. #4
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    I know my vote won't matter at this point but I think All-Pro is the better team in this matchup.

  5. #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    Those are fantastic fits for second tier receivers with Rodgers on my eyes fwiw
    They may be, I don't know, I'm only arguing that with no running game, no TE help, and hardly anyone that can stretch the field, he's going to get outscored by what I consider to be a much better balanced offense.

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