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In Topic: Possibility for Luke to win the DPOY

26 December 2013 - 03:59 PM

I still believe that pound for pound navoroo bowman is the best linebacker in the NFL.....can do it all but doesnt get the recognition due to player next to another great LB in WIllis

In Topic: Who is the best athlete on the field? (Updated Criteria, now with music!)

09 June 2013 - 04:45 PM

right, but we're not talking about which position is the hardest to play. we're talking who is the most athletic.


Cornerbacks require almost all athletic attributes other than strength.......just about every other position in the nFL is filled with guys who arent that athletic but when it comes do CBs they almost all have to have a high degree of athleticism. Basically what im saying is that the athletic attributes of a cb translates more to their position than any other i.e their combine results will tell you more about their ability to play the position than any other.

In Topic: Who is the best athlete on the field? (Updated Criteria, now with music!)

09 June 2013 - 04:06 PM

i think people are voting cb because they think "oh, they're fast and quick." of course they are, they're also the smallest and weakest.


the fact that DEs and LBs can do the things they do at their freakish size and weight is unbelievable.


you also have to remember that cbs arguably have the toughest match ups in the game. Take the best WR and CB....Calvin Johnson and Darelle Revis. CJ is taller, faster, stronger, has a bigger vertcle and the ability to change direction must be minimal between both of them. Then you factor in that CB are the least protected position in the NFL and possibly all team sports. For a regular nfl CB to try and cover someone built like CJ and to do it well in todays NFL is extraordinary.

In Topic: Who is the best athlete on the field? (Updated Criteria, now with music!)

08 June 2013 - 07:14 PM

Has to be cornerback.......is there a postion in team sports that are less protected than CB's

Lets not forget that they are having to react to WR that are stronger, taller and in some cases just as fast if not faster than them


If a DE takes a play off (this isnt me getting at them because you do need a good motor to play DE) it doesnt directly result in a big play. A corner back has to be focused on just about every play as one mistake resluts in a big play and we as viewers always see the last mistake i.e a CB being poor in coverage resulting in a TD


I would reckon scounts look at the physical gifts tools of a cornerback more than any other position. Speed, ability to turn hips, verticle, backpedalling. In most other positions players can still get drafted high or even exceed while lacking certain physical gifts but its more rear in CBs, especially cover corners

In Topic: Just how talented are the Patriots without Brady?

30 January 2013 - 01:36 PM

lets not forget they have on the best olines in the league....probably no.1 in pass protection...

also play in a bad divison