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Yas: Keuchly 9th best player in the south

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I hope Hardy doesnt see this one, cant imagine the backlash this time around. Then again..........i do. lol

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Honestly i think everybody does know how stacked with talent the Panthers are, they just use the no wins argument to keep from giving us recognition and not piss other people off. So i dont really care about bull poo list anymore, its just something to keep people busy till the season anyway.

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Player Combined Tackles Sacks FF PD Age

Player A- 67 8 3 3 23

Player B- 61 11 2 2 24

Player C- 13 3 0 1 23

Who is the better player?

Answer: Obviously Player C

Once you see it, it's just soooo obvious!

Hey Gets!! We need this player C guy if we want to ever be relevant.

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so where's star going to be on that list next year?



hopefully on top of brees, ryan and freeman. 

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I don't think I will argue with his top 10 but Doug Martin being a top 10 player already is anointing him too fast.  His love for the Bucs isn't surprising though.


Then you would agree putting Kuechly as #9 is anointing him too fast as well, right?  They have played just as long.

Doug Martin is a beast.  Loved him as a prospect and unfortunately, he had to get drafted by Tampa.  Knew he would be a great halfback.

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The list so far (since we love offseason lists):

9 - Luke Keuchly, linebacker, Panthers

10 - Roddy White, wide receiver, Falcons

11 - Ryan Kalil, center, Panthers

12 - Carl Nicks, guard, Buccaneers

13 - Darren Sproles, running back, Saints

14 - Charles Johnson, defensive end, Panthers

15 - Gerald McCoy, defensive tackle, Buccaneers

16 - Vincent Jackson, wide receiver, Buccaneers

17 - Tony Gonzalez, tight end, Falcons

18 - Dashon Goldson, safety, Buccaneers

19 - Sean Weatherspoon, linebacker, Falcons

20 - Lavonte David, linebacker, Buccaneers

21 - Steve Smith, wide receiver, Carolina Panthers

22 - Steven Jackson, running back, Atlanta Falcons

23 - Josh Freeman, quarterback, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

24 - Marques Colston, wide receiver, New Orleans Saints

25 - Da'Quan Bowers, defensive end, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Still waiting for spots:

Matt Ryan, quarterback, Falcons

Julio Jones, wide receiver, Falcons

Drew Brees, quarterback, Saints

Jimmy Graham, tight end, Saints

Jahri Evans, offensive guard, Saints

Cam Newton, quarterback, Panthers

Greg Hardy, defensive end, Panthers

Jon Beason, linebacker, Panthers

Doug Martin, running back, Buccaneers

Darrelle Revis, cornerback, Buccaneers

I'm kind of feeling like Cam is the only remaining Panther that's going to make it. And it looks like Yas thinks the Bucs have 9 out of the top 25 players in the South.

Hardy will. Beason and Evans won't.

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My Non-Biased Rankings:

1.) Drew Brees, QB, Saints

2.) Julio Jones, WR, Falcons

3.) Matt Ryan, QB, Falcons

4.) Cam Newton, QB, Panthers

5.) Darrelle Revis, CB, Buccaneers

6.) Luke Kuechly, LB, Panthers

7.) Jimmy Graham, TE, Saints

8.) Gerald McCoy, DT, Buccaneers

9.) Jahri Evans, OG, Saints

10.) Charles Johnson, DE, Panthers

11.) Doug Martin, RB, Buccaneers

12.) Ryan Kalil, C, Panthers

13.) Roddy White, WR, Falcons

14.) Carl Nicks, OG, Buccaneers

15.) Darren Sproles, RB, Saints

16.) Vincent Jackson, WR, Buccaneers

17.) Greg Hardy, DE, Panthers

18.) Lavonte David, LB, Buccaneers

19.) Tony Gonzalez, TE, Falcons

20.) Thomas Davis, LB, Panthers

21.) Thomas DeCoud, S, Falcons

22.) Steve Smith, WR, Panthers

23.) Steven Jackson, RB, Falcons

24.) Mark Barron, S, Buccaneers

25.) Jordan Gross, OT, Panthers

So how is Revis number 5 when he didn't play in 2012 and is coming off a serious knee injury? He hasn't played 1 down in the NFc South. McCoy at 8 also makes little sense when his numbers were worse than our own Dwan Edwards.  Edwards had 6 sacks and 52 tackles to McCoy's 5 sacks and 30 tackles.

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