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    Re: Warren Sapp's top five Offensive lineman

    "C" wrote:
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    The Vikings have been shown some love on these top 5 lists.
    They better not let it go to their heads and come ready to lay out some teams.
    I'm in Vegas right now, saw the Vikes are 8-1 odds to win the Super Bowl this year... same as the Steelers.

    At least that's what it said in the sports room at Mandalay Bay.
    Get on that before Favre signs.
    Then the odds will drop.

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    Re: Warren Sapp's top five Offensive lineman

    "C" wrote:
    "MetalMike-LoudVike" wrote:
    The Vikings have been shown some love on these top 5 lists.
    They better not let it go to their heads and come ready to lay out some teams.
    I'm in Vegas right now, saw the Vikes are 8-1 odds to win the Super Bowl this year... same as the Steelers.

    At least that's what it said in the sports room at Mandalay Bay.
    What are you doing in Vegas? For UFC? Damn I missed you by 1 day. Hear that Singer, 8-1.

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    Re: Warren Sapp's top five Offensive lineman

    "marstc09" wrote:
    WOW! McKinnie? Really?!

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    Re: Warren Sapp's top five Offensive lineman

    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
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    I'm surprised too...but cool
    I'm not.
    Sometimes the fans can be a players toughest critic.
    McKinney really stepped it up last season, doing a great job blocking some forced at DE.
    Still a beast in the run game, but can now consistently pass block.
    If he was left off, i wouldn't be too surprised, but i sorta half expected to see him squeak in at 5.
    3 was a bit more than I
    thought though.
    McKinnie is good, plus it is difficult to honestly put 5 guys up there and say these are the absolute 5 best.
    It is a bit easier for a RB or QB where the numbers are easier to see and come to a conclusion.
    OL, what stats are glaring?
    At least the DL have sacks as stats.
    McKinnie is a top lineman in the league with one of the best RBs in the league, plus he is from the U.


    Best RB in the league usually gets his OL the high props.

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    Re: Warren Sapp's top five Offensive lineman

    Mac is a top 10 IMO

    Not a top 5 tho

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