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    ESPN All Pro Team

    Offense:
    WR Steve Smith, Carolina
    WR Santana Moss, Washinton
    TE Antonio Gates, San Diego
    LT Walter Jones, Seattle
    LG Steve Hutchinson, Seattle
    C Tom Nalen, Denver
    RG Randy Thomas, Washington
    RT Willie Anderson, Cincinnati
    QB Peyton Manning, Indianapolis
    FB Mack Strong, Seattle
    RB Shaun Alexander, Seattle

    Defense:
    LE Adewale Oguneleye, Chicago
    UT Rod Coleman, Atlanta
    NT(3-4) Jamal Williams, San Diego
    NT(4-3) John Henderson, Jaguars
    RE Derrick Burgess, Oakland
    SLB Marcus Washington, Redskins
    MLB(4-3) Brian Urlacher, Chicago
    ILB(3-4) Donnie Edwards, Chargers
    WLB Joey Porter, Pittsburgh
    CB Champ Bailey, Denver
    CB Ken Lucas, Carolina
    FS Darren Sharper, Minnesota
    SS Adrian Wilson, Arizona

    Special Teams:
    PK Neil Rackers, Arizona
    P Brian Moorman, Buffalo
    KR Jerome Mathis, Houston
    PR B.J. Sams, Baltimore
    Cover Brendon Ayanbodejo, Bears

    I think that the offense is BS. but its just me.

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    Re: ESPN All Pro Team

    Look, I am not going to just be a RAMS homer and say there should be some RAMS on that roster. But with all the problems we have had at QB and the OL protecting him enough the get passes off, look at what Torry has accomplished. Tied for 3rd in receptions and 6th in receiving yrds. Had the offense used him in the last game, he'd have led in receptions, and could easily moved into 4th in yards. There is no way someone could leave Torry off that list unless they were displaying a BIAS against the RAMS.

    To clarify, IMO, no other RAM deserves to be on that list.

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    Re: ESPN All Pro Team

    Quote Originally Posted by gap
    Look, I am not going to just be a RAMS homer and say there should be some RAMS on that roster. But with all the problems we have had at QB and the OL protecting him enough the get passes off, look at what Torry has accomplished. Tied for 3rd in receptions and 6th in receiving yrds. Had the offense used him in the last game, he'd have led in receptions, and could easily moved into 4th in yards. There is no way someone could leave Torry off that list unless they were displaying a BIAS against the RAMS.

    To clarify, IMO, no other RAM deserves to be on that list.

    gap
    There's only two spots on that list, you can't pull Steve Smith off. Holt had more catches, Moss had more yards and a better average, they both had 9 TD's. You can make a case for Holt, but Moss had a nice year also.

    Larry Fitzgerald should be on that list in front of Moss and Holt.
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    Re: ESPN All Pro Team

    Quote Originally Posted by ramsbruce
    There's only two spots on that list, you can't pull Steve Smith off. Holt had more catches, Moss had more yards and a better average, they both had 9 TD's. You can make a case for Holt, but Moss had a nice year also.

    Larry Fitzgerald should be on that list in front of Moss and Holt.
    But all three of thos guys had a better OL/QB combination throwing to them. Holt did more with less. Than any other WR in the league.

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    Re: ESPN All Pro Team

    Quote Originally Posted by gap
    But all three of thos guys had a better OL/QB combination throwing to them. Holt did more with less. Than any other WR in the league.

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    Fitz didn't have much more in Arizona than Holt, and Fitz also had Anquan Boldin on the other side "stealin" catches since they both had over 100 receptions and "stealin" TD's also.
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    Re: ESPN All Pro Team

    The problem with the list is that it's one team for both conferences, so obviously you can make a case for a lot of people who got left off.

    Though it is nice to see Donnie Edwards get some love. He's one of the most underrated and perhaps underappreciated players in this league, IMO.
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    Re: ESPN All Pro Team

    Quote Originally Posted by NickSeiler
    The problem with the list is that it's one team for both conferences, so obviously you can make a case for a lot of people who got left off.

    Though it is nice to see Donnie Edwards get some love. He's one of the most underrated and perhaps underappreciated players in this league, IMO.
    Donnie was on one of my winning fantasy teams. He's a tackling machine.
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