AFC East-NFC East: Tournament Bracket Round One

Andy RAnalyst IJuly 11, 2009

FOXBORO, MA - NOVEMBER 13: Randy Moss #81 of the New England Patriots catches a touchdown pass against the defense of Ty Law #22 and Kerry Rhodes #25 of the New York Jets at Gillette Stadium on November 13, 2008 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. The Jets won 34-31 in overtime. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

Let the fans decide I always say.

Well, except in MLB All-Star voting. I think we all can find a few reasons why.

I've decided to take the best players from each division and put them on a team. The teams from each division will face off each other. You as fans will choose which division goes on.

The rules are simple. I put down the starting teams and fans are able to substitute any players they wish. In order for a specific player to be substituted, fans must reply to the comment seconding the substitution. At the same time, other fans may decline the substitution by replying to the comment. A 60 percent majority vote is required to make a substitution.

Fans can also change the defensive alignment of their division. The same rules apply here as substituting a player.

I will make all the necessary adjustments within two days and give each division a week to square off. I will notify everyone through the comments section when no more substitutions are allowed.

The geographical divisions face off against one another (north vs. south, east vs west) and battle it out to see which division takes the championship.

The division with the most votes wins and moves on.

Take a look at your teams and make your moves. Vote for the better division roster and ENJOY!

AFC East (3-4 Defense)

Strength: Passing Offense

Weakness: Passing Defense


Quarterback: Tom Brady

Running Back: Thomas Jones

Fullback: Tony Richardson

Wide Receivers: Randy Moss, Terrell Owens, and Wes Welker

Tight End: Ben Watson

Offensive Line: Patriots Offensive Line


Nose Tackle: Vincent Wilfork

Defensive Ends: Richard Seymour and Ty Warren

Outside Linebackers: Joey Porter and Calvin Pace

Inside Linebackers: Bart Scott and Jerod Mayo

Cornerbacks: Darrelle Revis and Terrence McGee

Strong Safety: Gibril Wilson

Free Safety: Kerry Rhodes



Kicker: Jay Feely

Punter: Brian Moorman

K/P Returner: Leon Washington

NFC East (4-3 Defense)

Strength: Defensive Line

Weakness: Wide Receivers


Quarterback: Donovan McNabb

Running Back: Clinton Portis

Fullback: Leonard Weaver

Wide Receivers: Santana Moss, Steve Smith, and Roy Williams

Tight End: Jason Witten

Offensive Line: New York Giants Offensive Line



Defensive Tackles: Albert Haynesworth and Fred Robbins

Defensive Ends: Osi Umenyiora and Trent Cole

Outside Linebackers: Damarcus Ware and Rocky McIntosh

Middle Linebacker: Antonio Pierce

Cornerbacks: Terence Newman and Asante Samuel

Strong Safety: Quintin Mikell

Free Safety: LaRon Landry



Kicker: Nick Folk

Punter: Jeff Feagles

K/P Returner: Felix Jones




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