News: Who would make your NFC East super team? - Current players only

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  1. ABQCOWBOY

    ABQCOWBOY Regular Joe....

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    Well, here is what I would say. I don't care who suggests who, McLaurin better have a spot at WR. He's too good.

    Also, I might go Barkley over Zeke and I would go Wentz over Dak but in a year or two, it might be Kyler Murray, IDK yet.

    The reasoning for Barkley over Zeke, Barkley is better in the receiving game and his going to see a lot of open green on a team like this. The OL, the Receivers are so good, so deep, this team would likely be a pass first team. I doubt they would commit to a ball control run game. Because of that, maybe Barkley. He's more of a threat in the passing game and more of a home run hitter and with the Green he would see, it would be scarey. Same reason I would go with Wentz over Dak. It's not likely he would be taking a lot of hits and he's just a better natural passer IMO. I'd probably take Wentz over Dak.

    JMO
     
  2. rocyaice

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    Then when?
     
  3. QuincyCarterEra

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    He said durability is more important than explosiveness.

    That means he would have taken prime Frank Gore(epitome of durability) over explosiveness(epitome explosiveness but suffered injuries).
     
  4. leeblair

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    None of the current Dallas Cowboys would make that squad.
    Maybe Tyrone Smith, Lael Collins on the line.
     
  5. QuincyCarterEra

    QuincyCarterEra Well-Known Member

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    Your team would suck
     
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  6. _sturt_

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    Love the question, partially because I love the idea of division-based all-star games in all of the major sports, and that's naturally where the thought leads. It's my contention that division-based all-star games would both inspire greater motivation to compete at a level more typical of the rest of the season, and would inspire more viewership.

    My daydream:

    Saturday prior to Conference Championship Games (ie, which occur the next day)

    Game #1 Match-up (played in pre-established Eastern time zone city, Noon EST start): Two divisions whose teams appear in NFC conference game
    Game #2 Match-up (played in pre-established Central time zone city, 3:00 pm EST start): Same from AFC
    Game #3 Match-up: (played in pre-established Mountain time zone city, 6:00 pm EST start): Other two NFC divisions
    Game #4 Match-up: (played in pre-established Pacific time zone city, 9:00 pm EST start) Other two AFC divisions

    Next Saturday (ie, week out from Super Bowl)
    Game #1 Match-up: winners from previous weekend in NFC All-Stars Championship
    Game #2 Match-up: winners from previous weekend in AFC All-Stars Championship

    Next Saturday (ie, Super Bowl weekend)
    Winners from previous weekend in NFL All-Stars Championship
     
  7. rocyaice

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    But AP was durable....hell he's still in the league because he was durable. I know he had the one year he tore his ACL.........
     
  8. DFWJC

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    :lmao:
     
  9. DFWJC

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    Someone should make a poll on this
    List each position with 4 names (some names can be on more than one..for WR or DT, for example)
    Would be curious to see the results

    :dance:
     
  10. QuincyCarterEra

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    Missed games in 8 of his 10 seasons, and it was 2 ACLs to separate knees right?
     
  11. CowboyRoy

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    :lmao::lmao::lmao::lmao2::lmao2::lmao2::lmao2:
     
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  12. Whirlwin

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    You nailed it for me
     
  13. Whirlwin

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    I don’t think you would need it I’d rather take the breakaway speed of Barkley
     
  14. Sydla

    Sydla Well-Known Member

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    For purposes of this, I'd even take the kid from Washington, McLaurin, over Lamb simply because Lamb has never taken a NFL snap and McLaurin was nearly a 1,000 yard WR in his rookie year.
     
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  15. DFWJC

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    Not sure who McLaurin would replace but he would for sure make my top 3...and probably top 2

    As far as Lamb goes. We think we know the answer but its all speculation.
    For all we know, Philly’s 1st rounder WR, Reagor, may have the better 2020.
     
  16. blueblood70

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    rookies who havent payed yet should be left off, its name with no production..ie chase young..IMHO they cant be picked if they havent played a snap not even a practice yet..

    so the Dallas Eagles LOL most are from our teams.
     
  17. TWOK11

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    Sorry, I don’t speak “autistic five year old”
     
  18. QuincyCarterEra

    QuincyCarterEra Well-Known Member

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    I would make the following changes:

    Ertz out->Engram in
    McCoy out->Hargrave in
    Ceedee out->Tate or McClaurin in
    Young out->Kerrigan or Graham in
    HHCD out->Woods in
     
  19. Oz-of-Cowboy-Country

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    IIRC, both Zeke and Barkley run a 4.4. Barkley has a good stiff arm and a dynamic spin move that helps him break into the open field more often than Zeke. But they pretty much have the same speed.
     
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  20. DFWJC

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    I'm not arguing against Zeke or Barkley but.....

    Zeke's official 40 time 4 years ago was 4.47.....,not 4.4....and no way he runs that now.
    Barkley's official 40 time was 4.41 just 2 years ago. I'm guessing he is still about there.
     

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