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Pro Sports Wrap - by Sam Ruesler

Pro Sports Wrap - February 2011

2/2011 Team Scope: Denver Broncos

February 28th 2011 16:02
I like John Elway as the new Broncos' owner. He is making the majority of the team decisions public, which is nice because the fans get more of an idea of what their favorite team is doing. I hate GM Brian Xanders, and I will continue to hate him. He makes awful trades and decisions, and then he blames it on his coach who just happens to be a high profile one in the midst of a minor scandal which gives him adequate reason to fire the said coach. That being said, I love Denver's new coach John Fox. I have met him, and I think he is one of the best defensive minds of the past decade as well as a great people person. Players love to play for Fox. He handles everything systematically and diplomatically. Fox will bring something to this punchless defense.

Speaking of defense, that will be the Broncos' primary need heading into the draft. The Broncos will most certainly take a defensive player with the number one pick, and that player will probably be defensive end Da'Quan Bowers. He will fit whatever scheme the Broncos choose. Bowers led the NCAA last year with 15.5 sacks, and he is also a stout end against the run as well as a leader. The Broncos will definitely need all the rush D they can get. Let's take a look at the Broncos' current roster.

I think Kyle Orton should be the starter for Denver. Tim Tebow doesn't look like a true QB, but he isn't a bad player. I think he looks like a solid player right now, but Orton is far more accurate as a passer and is more efficient. He gets the ball downfield. Knowshon Moreno is a solid running back, but he is injury prone. Correll Buckhalter is an adequate backup. Brandon Lloyd is a speed demon that goes deep well. Jabar Gaffney is a solid veteran that provides some run blocking. Eddie Royal is speed and nothing else. DeMaryius Thomas has a ton of ability if he can get healthy, and fellow sophomore-to-be wideout Eric Decker is a sleeper for a nice year. They have depth, but they don't have much star power. However, I think the Broncos are fine at receiver.

Ryan Clady is one of the best offensive linemen in the league, and right tackle Ryan Harris is also a stud. Chris Kuper is a solid right guard, so the Broncos have a good foundation there. However, they need more depth on the O-Line. Their lack of depth showed last year when the injury bug took its chomps. Daniel Graham is a horrible tight end, and they need to upgrade at TE. Graham doesn't cut it. This offense is solid and gets the job done, but it isn't great. After this coming season, they need to assess where their wideouts are in their standing with the team. They need to cut and replace when needed, but that comes next year. For now, they have to wait and see.

The defense is where everything gets interesting. Jamal Williams is a great veteran nose tackle, but the depth at the position is really bad. Louis Leonard and Ronald Fields are terrible. If the Broncos ever want to think about using a 4-3 package- Fox's favorite- they are going to need to get a depth guy. Drafting Da'Quan Bowers would solve the problems at end. Justin Bannan isn't really a true end, and Kevin Vickerson is a poor player.

Elvis Dumervil is one of the best outside pass rushers in the game. Having him back will really boost the Broncos. DJ Williams is a great tackler that will get his mojo back. I hate RILB Wesley Woodyard. He was one of the worst players this past season, and it was no surprise when you look at just how terrible he is. They really need to start Mario Haggan over him.

Champ Bailey isn't getting any younger, but he is still a beast. Andre Goodman- 2 CB- and Perrish Cox- 3- should switch spots on the roster. Cox is a solid corner, but Goodman is a liability. Goodman might be okay as a nickel corner. Brian Dawkins is done, and he and fellow safety Renaldo Hill get burned too easily. One of them has to be replaced by a safety that is solid in coverage. Say bye, bye Brian.

Briton Colquitt is a solid punter, and Matt Prater is a decent kicker. Eddie Royal and Eric Decker make up a great return game tandem. Royal is one of the marquee punt returners in the NFL. The Broncos are not going to be in the playoff mix. They don't have enough star power for it, and they are still a rebuilding team. However, they will make some improvement from last year; especially if they have a good draft. They are in the position to take some nice pieces home on draft day.
17 Sacks in 2009

I have decided to bring in some more content from other sports such as hockey to give people the sense that Pro Sports Wrap encompasses all of sports. I am previewing a game between the Columbus Blue Jackets and Nashville Predators. There are trade rumors circling Predators' star Shea Weber, while Craig Rivet is set to make his debut for Columbus. Both teams are 31-23, but Nashville has two ties which make them higher in the playoff standings by two spots (10 to 12). Even though they wouldn't be in the playoffs if the playoffs started today, both teams are very much alive in an extremely close playoff race in the Western Conference.

I don't know that much about hockey, but I will try to attack this game as best I can. Let's start with the Blue Jackets and their best player Rick Nash. He leads both teams coming into this game with 29 goals. Nash is one of the biggest stars in hockey and is regarded by some as a legendary player. I would vote for him into the NHL HOF. Anyway, Jakub Voracek is doing a great job of passing it around. Matt Calvert's had trick is fresh in his mind, but P.J. Umberger is the left wing to watch. The Predators are going to be busy with four athletic wingers that are balanced on both sides in their passing, goal scoring, and explosiveness. Steve Mason is solid in goal for Columbus.

Pekka Rinne has been enjoying an exceptional season in goal for Nashville, and it will be interesting to see how he handles the star power that Columbus possess on the wings. Shea Weber has 37 points, which is quite remarkable for a defenseman. He is the captain and the team's star and franchise player. Weber won't be afflicted by all the contract uncertainty surrounding him. He will focus on trying to stop Nash and Umberger. Fellow defensman Ryan Suter is a great team player that has formed a nice partnership with Weber.

Martin Erat and Patric Hornqvist are really going to be hit or miss today. I like Erat more as a player because of his track record and the fact that he is just plan downright better. Hornqvist is okay, but the Nashville's right wing is Erat's to own. David Legwand has been a disappointment so far this year, but the Predators have a good one and two center in Legwand and backup Colin Wilson. Sergei Kostitsyn will be the Predators' main attacking threat, especially because fellow left wing J.P. Dumont has been fading for a while.

Both teams are pretty much evenly matched, but the Blue Jackets' defense is what makes them lose a tight one. I really love the combination of Weber and Suter. It is going to be a tight game and a fun one to watch. I think it is a 3-2 game with Sergei Kostitsyn emerging as the game's MVP. It is an extremely tough game to predict.
Predators' Main Attacking Threat

2/2011 Top 75 Wide Receiver Rankings

February 26th 2011 14:29
1. Larry Fitzgerald- Still put up big numbers with nightmare QB carousel. Can catch absolutely anything. Has height, leadership, and athleticism.
2. Andre Johnson- Speed, height, and athleticism. Nuff said.
3. Brandon Marshall- If only he was reunited with Cutler.
4. Reggie Wayne- Peyton doesn't make him great. He helps, but Wayne can ball. Have you seen some of the catches he makes? This guy is amazing.
5. Roddy White- He can beat you deep and can play the possession game. 2010's best WR.

6. Greg Jennings- Jennings is a multi-threat receiver that is extremely tough to guard. You can't afford to give him any inch of space.
7. Calvin Johnson- Megatron is insanely gifted. His raw ability is off the charts.
8. Steve Smith CAR- This is a list by talent, and Smith is certainly incredibly talented. His speed, blocking, hops, catching, and deep play ability make him a nightmare for opposing defensive coordinators.
9. Mike Wallace- The best deep threat in the league.
10. Steve Smith NYG- The best possession receiver in the NFL.

11. Anquan Boldin- He had a down year, but he is still an athletic wideout.
12. Marques Colston- A great deep threat that is silky downfield.
13. Hakeem Nicks- Extreme talent, but he needs to work on his routes big time.
14. Santonio Holmes- For those of you that don't think he is great, why don't you reexamine that game winning Super Bowl TD catch? Or watch his speed? Or how about the fact that he was the 11th best receiver in the league in helping his team win games according to Advanced Football Stats' WPA score.
15. Miles Austin- He isn't great, but he's definitely good.

16. Jeremy Maclin- If only people realized that it is Maclin who is the best WR on the Eagles.
17. DeSean Jackson- Maclin may be better, but D-Jax and his crazy downfield speed are closely behind Mac. Jackson really needs to work on his route running and other skills instead of just blasting downfield.
18. Vincent Jackson- V-Jax is a huge redzone target and should be valued more by his own team. If he played the whole season, Rivers would be the easy MVP pick.
19. Dez Bryant- I can't wait till this guy fully develops. My best stroke of luck was when I found his rookie card in a Score pack for $1. I'll be holding on to that one.
20. Austin Collie- Collie is a catching machine.

21. TB Mike Williams
22. Wes Welker
23. Dwayne Bowe
24. Sidney Rice
25. Chad Ochocinco
26. Lee Evans
27. Kenny Britt
28. Santana Moss
29. Lance Moore
30. Johnny Knox
31. Brandon Lloyd
32. Braylon Edwards
33. Malcolm Floyd
34. Steve Breaston
35. James Jones
36. Pierre Garcon
37. Percy Harvin
38. Nate Washington
39. Steve Johnson
40. Mario Manningham
41. Davone Bess
42. Jordan Shipley
43. Mike Sims-Walker
44. Jordy Nelson
45. Hines Ward
46. Jerricho Cotchery
47. Mike Williams SEA
48. Robert Meachem
49. Roy Williams
50. Earl Bennett
51. TJ Houshmanzadeh
52. Mike Thomas
53. Michael Crabtree
54. Danny Amendola
55. Randy Moss
56. Nate Burleson
57. Bernard Berrian
58. Donald Driver
59. Kevin Walter
60. Devery Henderson
61. Devin Hester
62. Anthony Gonzalez
63. Ben Obomanu
64. Devin Aromashodu
65. Mike Jenkins
67 Harry Douglas
67. Patrick Crayton
68.Greg Camarillo
69. Brian Hartline
70. Josh Morgan
71. Jacoby Ford
72. Jacoby Jones
73. Early Doucet
74. Chaz Schilens
75. DeMaryius Thomas
Already 19th Best WR

The Boston Celtics traded Kendrick Perkins and Nate Robinson for a 2012 first round pick, Nenad Kristic, and Jeff Green. The Oklahoma City Thunder were the winners in this deal. Green really won't fit anywhere on Boston, and Kristic sucks. The pick is for 2012 from a trade that the Thunder acquired from the Clippers. It is a solid first round pick, but it's the best thing Boston got.

Boston did a good job of getting rid of Robinson, but they traded the best piece in this deal by trading away Kendrick Perkins. The Thunder now have a big to pair with Nick Collins and the others that can help stifle the Lakers. This makes them better in a matchup against LA. Boston got the short end of this stick, which is a surprise considering they have the best GM in Danny Ainge. Maybe he knows something that we don't. It wasn't a terrible deal for Boston, but it sure wasn't a good one.

The C's also traded Luke Harangody and Semih Erden to the Cavs for a 2013 2nd round pick. This is a trash deal that really doesn't matter for either team, but I like this deal for Cleveland. They get two average prospects that are worth more than a 2013 second rounder that will most likely net Boston close to nothing. Ish Smith and Shane Battier were traded to the Grizzlies for Hasheem Thabeet, a future first rounder, and DeMarre Carroll. Battier is a star defender, Carroll and Smith are scrubs, and Thabeet looks like a bust. The first rounder is alright, and it is enough to make this deal even. I am fine with what both teams got. There was no clear winner in this deal.

The Thunder acquired Nazr Mohammed from the Charlotte Bobcats for DJ White and Morris Peterson. Mo-Pete is an expiring contract and White is solid, but I love how the Thunder upgraded in the frontcourt with this deal by getting a rugged interior defensive player. Both teams did well in this deal. Mohammed is an underrated player. The Suns got Aaron Brooks from the Rockets for Goran Dragic and a first rounder. Brooks can become a star, and Dragic is a solid player as well. What makes this a fair deal overall is the first rounder. I like this deal for both teams, but I think it was better for the Rockets because they got rid of a headcase and got a nice pick for the future.

This was the deal of the day, and it was a deal that was surfaced in many rumors. Gerald Wallace was traded to the Blazers for Joel Pryzbilla, Dante Cunningham, Sean Marks, a 2011 first rounder, a 2013 first rounder, and cash. The picks are nice and so is the salary dump, but Pryzbilla was the only useful player they got. Wallace was Charlotte's best player, and he will certainly blossom on the Blazers. I can't wait to see his debut game with Portland. I thought the Cats could have milked out a little bit more.

The Celtics made one of the most garbage deals of the night. They traded Marquis Daniels to the Kings along with cash for a mere second round pick for 2017. That's right, 2017. As you already know, the longer into the future the pick; the less valuable the said pick is. Daniels may be injured, but he's a decent scorer and a player that I love. He will put up some nice numbers on a Kings team that will let him shoot. The Kings got some cash added to it, and they walked away with a nice deal.
Best Guy Traded on Deadline Day


Deron Williams has been a headcase for a while. He conceitedly called himself the best point guard in the league, and his ego caused great coach Jerry Sloan to re-sign. Williams publicly announced that he would leave after the 2011 season when he would become a free agent. When you combine this all together, it's no surprise that Williams was traded to the New Jersey Nets for prospect Derrick Favors, two first rounders, 3 million, and Devin Harris. I am going to explain why the Jazz got the upper-hand in this trade.

Make no mistake. I think Deron Williams is a phenomenal player and one of the best 10 in the league. Williams may not be the best point guard in the league like he says he is, but he is still only second to Chris Paul. He is an elite player that is incredible at driving, passing, drawing fouls, and he is a strong player that plays solid defense. The problem was that he was no longer the face of the franchise. He was becoming a reckless ego, and the Jazz are also a couple million over the luxury tax cap. Nobody wants to pay that bill. As great as Deron is, is he really that much better than Harris? Is the gap between Harris and Williams really cash and basically three first rounders? The answer is a simple no

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2/2011 Linebacker Rankings

February 23rd 2011 15:59
1. Patrick Willis- A surefire tackler that is steadily becoming a force in coverage.
2. James Harrison- The man that is truly the best on Pittsburgh, and it might as well be a tie between him an Willis for first. There are so many good linebackers in the league. Harrison is an incredible pass rusher that is an underrated player against the run.

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Breaking Down the Melo Trade

February 22nd 2011 15:30
The drama is finally over. I have a question to pose for you after looking at another cliche ESPN headline. Which rapper made the song "N.Y. State of Mind"? I will be in rage if somebody gives me Jay-Z as their answer. That was two big hints right there. Carmelo Anthony joins Amar'e Stoudamire as the Knicks' second prolific scorer that just doesn't know how to defend. Mike D'Antoni is their coach, so you know where this team is going. No D, all O.

The Nuggets gave up Carmelo Anthony, Chauncey Billups, Shelden Williams, Anthony Carter, and Renaldo Balkman. They got Danilo Gallinari, two second rounders, a first rounder in 2014, 3 million, Timofey Mozgov, Wilson Chandler, and Raymond Felton. They wouldn't know whether or not they would re-sign Melo in the first place, but they did give up a lot of talent. I think this deal was even personnel wise, and the Nuggets needed to add as much talent as they could in key spots- especially young talent- to make up for the loss of Anthony

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2011 Scouting Report: Serge Ibaka

February 21st 2011 14:58
Big Man Serge Ibaka Oklahoma City Thunder

We all know him for his recent success at this year's slam dunk contest. I thought he did better than Blake Griffin, but that's not important. We also may know Ibaka for those FIBA commercials, those crazy blocks, and just because we're smart basketball guys. Now let's dig a little deeper into the major role player for Scott Brooks's team

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Trent Cole DE Philadelphia Eagles

Cole is a beast. Being the seventh best defensive end is no shame when Dwight Freeney, Mario Williams, Osi Umenyiora, Justin Tuck, Julius Peppers, and Jared Allen are the guys ahead of you. Cole could rise to fifth in my rankings over Freeney and either Osi or Mario. For now, he is the hardworking yet underrated end on the Eagles. Cole is an incredible pass rusher, but his above average run defense allows him to flourish in both the 4-3 and 3-4

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2/2011 Early NFL Mock Draft 11-15

February 19th 2011 14:07
11. Houston Texans DE Cameron Jordan

Aldon Smith and Julio Jones are possible choices here, but I really like Jordan and the Texans could use a defensive end that is experienced in the 3-4 defense. He has been refined over the years and is a perfect fit for the new defense that Wade Phillips wants to implement

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The Diamondbacks brought in an assorted group of solid players that included JJ Putz, Armando Galarraga, and Zach Duke. However, they lost their second best player in Mark Reynolds in what was a terrible deal that was a steal for the Orioles. Adam LaRoche had a nice year in 2010, but he's gone as well. The D'Backs also lost injury prone ace Brandon Webb, who could turn out to be monstrous if he can get healthy again. The Diamondbacks got a little bit worse this offseason, thanks to the loss of Reynolds. That won't bode too well for a team that finished in last in the division last season. Expect another dismal year in Zona.

Reliever David Hernandez was the only useful player they got in the Mark Reynolds deal. Juan Gutierrez make up a boom or bust set-up man duo. Closer JJ Putz is another boom or bust player at closer. If he reverts to his old form, the D'Backs might actually have a solid bullpen. If Putz gets injured or does poorly, then this bullpen will be quite awful. If he only does okay, I would still consider the pen to be a liability

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2011 Season Preview: Tampa Bay Rays

February 17th 2011 15:47
The Tampa Bay Rays lost a lot of talent this offseason because the team needed to shave some payroll. They lost their best player, Carlos Pena, Matt Garza, Jason Bartlett, and five good relief pitchers. Their bullpen is completely different, and they lost key players and leaders. The fact that Crawford and Soriano- two of their best players- went to their division rivals in Boston and New York respectively only adds to the pain in Tampa. This team lost a ton of talent and the guys they added were Manny, Damon, Joel Peralta, Kyle Farnsworth, Casey Kotchman, and Felipe Lopez. The losses far outweighed the arrivals.

I really don't like this team at all. I can't tell you where I think they will be until I do my full breakdowns and final predictions in March. What I can tell you is that you shouldn't be shocked to see this team fall off. They are lucky that the Blue Jays lost quite a bit of pitching talent, but I could still see them in a tough battle with those two teams. It will certainly be tougher than what they have been used to in the past three seasons

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2/16: Early Look at 2011 NBA Draft

February 16th 2011 15:52
The early look is all about evaluating the draft prospects. If the freshmen that are expected to go to the NBA actually do go, then we'll be looking at a handful of really talented players like Jared Sullinger and Kyrie Irving. Let's start it off with Sully, and this is all assuming he enters the draft. Again, this is only an early look at the prospects that could go to the draft.

Sullinger is the college equivalent to Shaq- in his prime- on the offensive side. It is nearly impossible to guard Sullinger one-on-one, so you have to collapse in on him. The problem with that, is that he is an excellent passer- just like Shaq was- and he kicks it out to the very accurate shooters around him. Sullinger would be best suited on a team that has a bunch of shooters around him- say Cleveland. The problem is that his bruising style just doesn't work as well in the NBA for a rookie, because everybody else at that level is tough

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DeSean Jackson

If Kolb started, the flamboyant receiver's numbers would not be as great. Kolb is the typical West Coast Offense QB; he throw's short and accurate passes. D-Jax is a speed demon that relies on hauling in a long ball or two to change the pace of the game. Vick loves throwing it to Jackson downfield. Jackson is drop-prone, he is a horrible route runner, he offers nothing blocking-wise, and he never plays the in the slot. Ever. The Eagles want him to, but he is too scared of an injury- can't blame him too much for that

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The NFL's Worst Owner

February 14th 2011 15:54
It isn't Jerry Jones. Just starting it off and clearing up the air here. No, this owner runs my favorite team. What reportedly happened during a meeting between the players and the owners only cements my status on this man. Carolina Panthers' owner Jerry Richardson is the worst owner in the NFL. It's a Jerry, but it isn't a Jones. The following are some quotes from Mr. Richardson.

Richardson told Peyton Manning during the meeting, “What do you know about player safety

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2/2011 Early NFL Mock Draft 6-10

February 13th 2011 14:19
6. Cleveland Browns LB Von Miller

Although I was tempted to reach for WR Julio Jones and fulfill the Browns' biggest need, I felt that the Browns wouldn't be able to pass up on the talent of Von Miller. Besides, Cleveland needs a linebacker as well especially a blitzing player like Miller. The Browns want a pass rusher that is versatile enough to play as a standup DE. Miller looks like a solid seven technique player already

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2/2011 Early NFL Mock Draft 1-5

February 12th 2011 14:06
1. Carolina Panthers DT Nick Fairley

The Panthers already drafted Brandon LaFell last year, and he and David Gettis have shown some promise. Fairley seems like the pick here. As much as I love AJ Green, the Panthers have more talent at receiver than at defensive tackle. Their defensive tackles are the worst in the league. Fairley is a hard-nosed player that disrupts plays in the backfield. He is the dynamic anchorman that the Panthers need in the middle of their defense

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LeSean McCoy

When I watched the former Pittsburgh running back's pre-draft scouting tape, I was amazed at how complete of a player he was. I thought he was the best running back in that draft class, and he has proven me correct. McCoy is an above average blocker, a balanced rusher that can beat you inside or outside- though he is better on the counter runs, and he is an elite pass catching back that is ideal for the West Coast Offense

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2/2011 Starting Pitcher Rankings

February 10th 2011 14:57
This is an early look at the rankings for arguably the most important position in baseball ahead of Spring Training.

1. Tim Lincecum

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2/9 NBA Rumors: Denver Nuggets

February 9th 2011 14:54
The Warriors are interested in acquiring rugged center Nene. If the Warriors can get him, this would be a great move considering how poor their frontcourt is defensively. They also don't have much depth there. Nene is a great defensive player that would really boost the Warriors. Nene has an expiring contract, but he is a star so his value would be maximized by re-signing him. Golden State would obviously do that as they need him in the long term.

The Lakers are not interested in trading Andrew Bynum. A team that is rumored to be interested in the star defensive center is the Denver Nuggets. Coincidence? This is an interesting story to watch. Denver is having a really busy trade deadline, but that was easily foreseen in the offseason with all the rumors then. The Lakers would never trade one of their key cogs that has brought them to championship titles

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Cleveland's Record Losing Streak

February 8th 2011 15:25
It has been a little bit over a year since I joined the Orble Community. I have met a lot of wonderful writers during my team here thus far. I enjoy blogging for Orble and would like to thank all the writers and Orble for giving me this great opportunity! I am able to run my own blog on a domain for free.

The Cleveland Cavs have the longest losing streak in NBA history at 25 games. That's no surprise considering how awful their players are. You have to remember- well you most definitely do remember- that the Cavs built their entire team around LeBron James. Most of these guys are shooters that cannot create their own shots, or they are defensive players that are bumbling baboons on the offensive side. Anderson Varejao- their best rebounder and defender- has been injured for a while now

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Super Bowl XLV

February 7th 2011 11:45
What a game. I remain undefeated in Super Bowl picks in my career- 7-0. This post has several observations about the game.

1. James Jones is a product of the system. You could also say this about Jordy Nelson, but it is Jones who consistently drops passes that could go for 6. Rodgers had to utilize such scrubs as Brett Swayne when Driver went down. Rodgers would have had a 70 percent completion percentage and much more yards had his receivers held onto the ball

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1. CB Darrelle Revis
2. LB David Harris
3. C Nick Mangold

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1. RB Adrian Peterson
2. DE Jared Allen
3. DT Kevin Williams

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1. DE Julius Peppers
2. LB Lance Briggs
3. CB Charles Tillman

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1. LT Joe Thomas
2. RB Peyton Hillis
3. CB Joe Haden

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2/2011 WR Rankings

February 2nd 2011 14:50
It's time to rank the guys that help out the QBs the most. There are some surprises on this list, so be aware.

1. Larry Fitzgerald

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2/2011 QB Rankings

February 1st 2011 14:51
To open up the month, it is time for a renewed rankings of the NFL's most glamorous and important position.

1. Drew Brees

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