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    Top 10 AFC North players?



    I guess it's fun to put foward a list of players you think deserve a mention. So it's self explanatory, just list who you think are currently the best players in the North.

    For me...

    1. Ben Roethlisberger
    2. Terrell Suggs
    3. Haloti Ngata
    4. Troy Polamalu
    5. Ray Lewis
    6. Ed Reed
    7. James Harrison
    8. Ray Rice
    9. Geno Atkins
    10. Mike Wallace
    10B. Joe Thomas (You can't leave him out really)




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    Re: Top 10 AFC North players?

    Sorry: I cannot buy into the Roethlisbergerr myth. He's the 2nd, possibly 3rd ranked QB on the AFC North list. Ray Rice goes to 2nd or 3rd, behind Suggs at the top.
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    Re: Top 10 AFC North players?

    Quote Originally Posted by leachisabeast View Post

    1. Ben Roethlisberger
    2. Terrell Suggs
    3. Haloti Ngata
    4. Troy Polamalu
    5. Ray Lewis
    6. Ed Reed
    7. James Harrison
    8. Ray Rice
    9. Geno Atkins
    10. Mike Wallace
    10B. Joe Thomas (You can't leave him out really)
    You must really hate LaMarr Woodley to keep him off that list.




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    Re: Top 10 AFC North players?

    I think Antonio Brown might be a better player than Wallace. Wallace seemed to drop to just a pretty good receiver after week 7 last year. Comments by Webb suggested the Ravens players/coaches fear and respect Brown more than Wallace.
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    Re: Top 10 AFC North players?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tottenham Raven View Post
    You must really hate LaMarr Woodley to keep him off that list.
    Actually I do hate him personally at times, I think he is a cocky moron sometimes. However as a player I think he's great and would walk into this list any day of the week had he not been hurt through out 2011, even when he came back he didn't make all that much of an impact. He can go in as a "snub" I guess.
    Last edited by leachisabeast; 06-07-2012 at 05:33 PM.




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    Re: Top 10 AFC North players?

    By the end of 2012, AJ Green will occupy the #1 spot on this list.




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    Re: Top 10 AFC North players?

    Quote Originally Posted by LukeDaniel View Post
    By the end of 2012, AJ Green will occupy the #1 spot on this list.
    I doubt he will be thaaat good.




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    Re: Top 10 AFC North players?

    How could you put troy p. over reed? Thats crazy talk!




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    Re: Top 10 AFC North players?

    Quote Originally Posted by LukeDaniel View Post
    By the end of 2012, AJ Green will occupy the #1 spot on this list.
    Wow. You really think so? On another note, I'm sooooo glad we have the secondary we have. I do believe he's a freakishly talented athlete who's only going to get better.




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    Re: Top 10 AFC North players?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mista T View Post
    Sorry: I cannot buy into the Roethlisbergerr myth. He's the 2nd, possibly 3rd ranked QB on the AFC North list. Ray Rice goes to 2nd or 3rd, behind Suggs at the top.
    I'm curious as to how you rank the quarterbacks in the AFC North. And why Roethlisberger is not ranked first in the division.




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    Re: Top 10 AFC North players?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mista T View Post
    Sorry: I cannot buy into the Roethlisbergerr myth. He's the 2nd, possibly 3rd ranked QB on the AFC North list. Ray Rice goes to 2nd or 3rd, behind Suggs at the top.
    Huh?




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    Re: Top 10 AFC North players?

    If I were to rank them...just going by last year...

    1. Ray Rice
    2. LaMarr Woodley
    3. Terrell Suggs
    4. Ed Reed
    5. Ben Roethlisberger
    6. Andrew Whitworth
    7. Haloti Ngata
    8. Mike Wallace
    9. Antonio Brown
    10. Lardarius Webb

    Snubs/HM's: Troy Polamalu, AJ Green, Joe Flacco, Marshall Yanda, Joe Thomas, Joe Haden, D'Qwell Jackson, James Harrison, Casey Hampton, Brett Keisel.
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