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Old 09-16-2011, 03:25 AM   #31
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Urlacher was a fucking force when he first debuted, but now he's more of a figurehead with the occasional fuckyeah moment that reminds you of his potential. Injuries wrecked his career, but he's still an asset to the team. I don't mind him.
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Old 09-16-2011, 05:49 AM   #32
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Also, mikal...

You're worse than Bono.
What I meant is that I'd rank him between 10-15.
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Old 09-16-2011, 07:33 AM   #33
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I'm biased as all hell, but the Redskins/Cowboys rivalry is the fiercest I've ever seen. So many great playoff games fought between those two franchises,
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While Dallas/Washington is one of the best NFL rivalries, (best according to Sports Illustrated), your second sentence is a bit off...they have met exactly 2 times in history in the playoffs. (And neither was that great a game, Redskins winning 26-3 and 31-17)
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actually, i think i'm going to rank the top 20 defensive players in the league. this is a real rough draft and may change:

1. Clay Matthews
2. Darrell Revis
3. Troy Polomalu
4. Patrick Willis
5. Julius Peppers
6. Ndamukong Suh
7. Demarcus Ware
8. Nnamdi Asomugha
9. James Harrison
10. Charles Woodson
11. Ed Reed
12. Brian Urlacher
13. Vince Wilfork
14. Tramon Williams
15. Ray Lewis
16. Lawrence Timmons
17. Jared Allen
18. Laron Landry
19. Jon Beason (sucks that he's on IR)
20. Chris Long
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Old 09-16-2011, 10:30 AM   #35
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actually, i think i'm going to rank the top 20 defensive players in the league. this is a real rough draft and may change:

1. Clay Matthews
2. Darrell Revis
3. Troy Polomalu
4. Patrick Willis
5. Julius Peppers
6. Ndamukong Suh
7. Demarcus Ware
8. Nnamdi Asomugha
9. James Harrison
10. Charles Woodson
11. Ed Reed
12. Brian Urlacher
13. Vince Wilfork
14. Tramon Williams
15. Ray Lewis
16. Lawrence Timmons
17. Jared Allen
18. Laron Landry
19. Jon Beason (sucks that he's on IR)
20. Chris Long
You forgot Nick Collins
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i wanted to put BJ Raji and Nick Collins on there, but that would be a little biased, lol!
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Old 09-16-2011, 12:15 PM   #37
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(And neither was that great a game, Redskins winning 26-3 and 31-17)
I would consider those great games.
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I would consider those great games.
Yes, I know, but neither was an epic game for the casual fan.

Amazingly Dallas lost both of those games before Tony Romo was even in pre-school...someone else must have made the stupid mistakes.
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Yes, I know, but neither was an epic game for the casual fan.

Amazingly Dallas lost both of those games before Tony Romo was even in pre-school...someone else must have made the stupid mistakes.
Danny White?
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