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    Re: NFC North All Pro Team ( 1 player per position)

    the line backer for green bay u guys forgot about is diggs

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    Re: NFC North All Pro Team ( 1 player per position)

    Great topic. I'm going to pass on it for right now, because theres too much flux right now for me to really make a statement...nothing I want to get into defending and debating.

    For example, we could say guys like Darren Sharper and Fred Smoot are on the list, but we haven't seen them play yet. When Joe Johnson came to GB, we thought we had the best DT in the division, too, based on his play somewhere else. But, he didn't get it up to his old level of play.

    I still think AHman is the best in the division at his position. After that, the only Packers I would really try to make a case for are Flanagan, Clifton, Walker, Barnett, Harris, and Longwell. I would give QB to Culpepper.
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    Re: NFC North All Pro Team ( 1 player per position)

    Harris as in Al Harris?

    Not better than Antoine. But 2nd best? Probably.


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    Re: NFC North All Pro Team ( 1 player per position)

    Like I said, I'd make a case for them. I actually haven't looked at the other teams well enough to make a judgement.
    Have you ever seen a race of turtles, and they all go the wrong way instead of towards the finish line?

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    Re: NFC North All Pro Team ( 1 player per position)

    (If you've read previous threads) I make a very strong case for Al Harris being a top 2 corner in the NFC North, based on his numbers and shutting down RMoss on Christmas Eve.


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    Re: NFC North All Pro Team ( 1 player per position)

    "Deepthreat89" wrote:
    Ahman is very overrated. He had the best offensive line to help him run and bennett is more explosive in the open field with possibly one of the worst offensive lines last year.
    We didn't have one of the worst O lines in the league last year. I wouldn't even consider M. Bennet in the top 20 running backs in the league. Helll, he is not even in the top 3 running backs on our team. M.Moore and Fiason will be the 1 and 2 punch by the end of this year.

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    Re: NFC North All Pro Team ( 1 player per position)

    "GreenBaySlackers" wrote:
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    I'd take the whole Vikes D-line
    nah, shaun rogers and KGB are pretty fricken good
    So your saying Shaun Rogers is better than Kevin Williams? or Pat Williams?

    Udezes had a awesome rookie season, using pretty much one arm, think what he could do 100% healthy?? He might have been Defense rookie of the year.

    Just give are young players time, thats all I gotta say.

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    Re: NFC North All Pro Team ( 1 player per position)

    Udeze was below average last year. He couldn't get around the corner, couldn't contain, and couldn't fight through blocks. That is why he wasn't starting or finishing games later in the season. Pat Williams, though good, is not on that list. He is a one dimensional player, unlike Kevin Williams who is the complete package.
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    Re: NFC North All Pro Team ( 1 player per position)

    I don't think Pat Williams should be on that list - he's more of a role player - he for sure will not play every down, so I can't see him being the 2nd best DT in the division.

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    Re: NFC North All Pro Team ( 1 player per position)

    QB C-Pep
    RB Ahman-GB
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    TE Wiggins
    LT McKinnie
    LG Rueben Brown-Chi
    C Birk
    RG Damien Woody-Det
    RT John Tait-Chi
    WR Walker-GB
    WR Muhammad-Chi

    LE Ogunleye-Chi
    DT K Will
    NT Wilkenson-Det
    RE KGB-GB
    LOLB Diggs-GB
    MLB Urlacher-Chi
    ROLB Bailey-Det
    CB Winfield
    CB Bly-Det
    SS Chavous
    FS Brown-Chi

    PK Longwell-GB
    P Maynard-Chi

    KR Drummand-Det
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