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Aaron Rodgers #11 for 2011. Wow. Next 10 coming in an hour. Really interested to see who is ahead of him.
There is no criteria for the players to vote for. It isn't the top 100 players that did good in 2010 it's just the top 100 players that the other players think are good in the NFL right now.
(07-03-2011 05:58 PM)coachlew10 Wrote: [ -> ]Aaron Rodgers #11 for 2011. Wow. Next 10 coming in an hour. Really interested to see who is ahead of him.

I don't get it?
They are doing the top 100 nfl players on the nfl network they are voted into the top 100 by other nfl players.
#1 is Peyton Manning, and in the other 10 I"m assuming Ed Reed and Ray Lewis, Brady and Brees
Yeah I'd say #11 is actually right on. Maybe could move up 1 or 2.
(07-03-2011 06:16 PM)deuce6000 Wrote: [ -> ]They are doing the top 100 nfl players on the nfl network they are voted into the top 100 by other nfl players.

Thanks deuce. Is that on cable or direct tv?
(07-03-2011 06:20 PM)deuce6000 Wrote: [ -> ]Yeah I'd say #11 is actually right on. Maybe could move up 1 or 2.

I love Defense, but are there really multiple defensive players that change games like QBs or other offensive players. I think there are at least 3 defensive players in the top 10, Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Polamalu. The #2 defensive player this year is Clay Matthews, so he really should be right behind the #1 defensive player in the NFL (Polamalu).
It's not this year bro if it was Mcnabb wouldn't be on the list. There is no criteria for voting at all.
(07-03-2011 06:27 PM)coachlew10 Wrote: [ -> ]I love Defense, but are there really multiple defensive players that change games like QBs or other offensive players. I think there are at least 3 defensive players in the top 10, Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Polamalu. The #2 defensive player this year is Clay Matthews, so he really should be right behind the #1 defensive player in the NFL (Polamalu).

I forgot about Palomalu, but I don't think he should be ahead of Ed Reed. PITT's secondary can survive without Troy (as been shown), but BAL secondary takes a crucial hit when Reed is out (as been shown). I'd have Reed as my #1 def, then troy, then ray. I can't figure out the rest of the other offensive guys - drawing a blank
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