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Who's the best in the NFC South at their position?

My list...

QB. Drew Brees

RB. Doug Martin

WR. Julio Jones

TE. Jimmy Graham

FB. Mike Tolbert

RT. Zach Strife

LT. ? would have been Gross but he retired so I'll have to say Armstead. Not sure who plays LT for TB.

RG. Jahri Evans

LG. Grubbs

C. Matt Kalil

DE. 4-3 Hardy/ 3-4 Jordan

DT. McCoy

CB. Lewis

SS. Vaccaro

FS. Byrd

ILB. Kuechly

OLB. 4-3 David 3-4 Galette

P. Nortman

K. Geno

KR/PR. Hester

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Are we going by expectations for this season?

If so..

QB

1. Brees

2. Cam

3. Ryan

WR

1.JJ

2.Vjax

3. Graham

Would have put Colston but I believe his numbers will drop a lot this season.. I believe Stills and Cooks will be the new 1-2 punch for Brees, after Graham.

TE:

1. Olsen

DE

1. Charles Johnson

2. Hardy

3. Jordan

DT

1. McCoy

2. Star

3. Short .. yeah I'm going homer with this one.

LBer

1. Kuechly

2. David

3. Davis

Safety

1. Byrd

2. Decoud. Mock it if you want. Save comments until after he plays behind our front 7. B4stard may end up leading the league in interceptions for all we know.

3. Barron.

CB:

1. Trufant

2. Verner

3. Lewis

RB:

1. Martin

2. Ingram

3. Old Man Dwill

FB

1. Tolbert.

2. Do the other teams even utilize a FB really? I know the Falcons used to.

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Are you going of last year?

Graham sucks at blocking. Not a TE I want, nor consider the best.

Greg is the best imo.

Also i take Julio off. He needs to stop having so many injuries.

Vincent is better

Bryant over gano

Koenen/bosher

Moore over vaccaro. Lol. (roll eyes)

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its a fair list imo, the only thing I would disagree with is the O-line... IMO when your Qb gets rid of the ball on his third step itll make your O-line look awfully good, better then they really are. I would suggest you look a the Run blocking maulers at o-line instead?

Jus a thought.

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Olsen over Graham? WOW Even Panther fans wouldnt say that

Morestead is the best punter in the south.

Vacarro over Moore every day! Yes even on Sunday

QB

1. Brees

2. Ryan

3. Cam

WR

1.JJ

2.Vjax

3. Roddy

4. Colston

TE:

1.Graham

2. Olsen

T

1.??????

2. Armstead

G

1. Evans

2. Grubbs

DE

1. Charles Johnson

2. Hardy

3. Jordan

DT

1. McCoy

2A Star

2B Hicks

LBer

1. Kuechly

2. David

3. Davis

Safety

1. Byrd

2. Goldson

CB:

1A Trufant

1B Verner

1C Lewis

RB:

1. Martin

2. No one

3. No one

4. Ingram

3. Old Man Dwill

FB

1. Tolbert.

2. Do the other teams even utilize a FB really? I know the Falcons used to.

The saints use one but not to the extent of Carolina

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QB

1. Brees

2. Ryan (better QB not athlete)

3. Cam

RB:

1. Martin

2. Williams

3. Jackson

WR

1.JJ

2.RW

3. Jackson

TE:

1.Graham

2. Olsen

DE

1. Charles Johnson

2. Hardy

3. Jordan

DT

1. McCoy

2. Star

3. Hicks

LBer

1. Kuechly

2. David

3. Davis

Safety

1. Byrd

2. Moore

3. Vicarro

CB:

1. Trufant

2. Verner

3. Lewis

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I can understand if someone puts Olsen at the top of the TE list.

Olsen is more of a TE...

While Graham is more of a WR.. hence this big battle on whether or not he should be be paid like a WR, and be considered a WR, since he spent most of his time on the field lined up as a WR.

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Olsen couldn't carry Jimmy's cleats.

Well, considering TE and WR are different positions. Probably not. Not sure Graham could carry Olsen's cleats when it comes to being physical or blocking. Which is saying something about the lack of physical toughness when it comes to Graham, because Olsen isn't "that" much of a blocker.

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Well, considering TE and WR are different positions. Probably not. Not sure Graham could carry Olsen's cleats when it comes to being physical or blocking. Which is saying something about the lack of physical toughness when it comes to Graham, because Olsen isn't "that" much of a blocker.

Take off the glasses. Olsen has never been known as a blocking TE. He's a destitute man's JG, but that's something Cam can hang his hat on this season.

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Take off the glasses. Olsen has never been known as a blocking TE. He's a destitute man's JG, but that's something Cam can hang his hat on this season.

Which kind of shines a light on how bad Graham is at it... if even Olsen is better than him at it. :lol:

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Well, considering TE and WR are different positions. Probably not. Not sure Graham could carry Olsen's cleats when it comes to being physical or blocking. Which is saying something about the lack of physical toughness when it comes to Graham, because Olsen isn't "that" much of a blocker.

Olsen is one of the worst blocking TEs in the league. Graham is a much better blocker that Olsen.

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Says who, JG's a much improved blocker and eclipsed Olsen in this regard a season or two ago.

Two seasons ago. It means that in two years, Graham has remained in place with his blocking ability, while Olsen improved.

Graham is more of a WR, which is why he spent more time at the WR position than he did the TE position. Olsen is a TE.

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Olsen is one of the worst blocking TEs in the league. Graham is a much better blocker that Olsen.

Not sure on how to respond to that. We've seen Graham get fooled and pushed around by basically everyone he even attempts to block. Olsen, at least makes an effort to push back.

Though, again. Graham is a WR.

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