Football Is Coming To The Olympics: 2020

Buckeyes Fan in Happy ValleyCorrespondent IAugust 5, 2008

Football as the newest sport in the Olympics? Probably not in our lifetime, but watching the "redeem team" gets me salivating when I think of what the NFL dream team could do to opposing countries. I have made a mock starting lineup for what I think would be the perfect mix of star players and role players. Obviously there are no right answers so send in comments to see who would fit in well for Team USA

     Tom Brady/Peyton Manning

     I'm not even going to bother choosing one or the other; both are first-ballet Hall of Famers

LaDanian Tomlinson

JacJack-of-all-trades back who is super productive and seems to be respected by the league

Randy Moss

Is aArguably the most talented receiver in the NFL when motivated and had a record setting year with an elite quarterback in 2007.

Anquan Boldin

SupSuperb possession receiver, grabs everything that comes his way and is a brute to tackle with the ball in his hands

Hines Ward

Kellen Winslow

Joe Thomas

Logan Mankins

AnoAnother mauler, Mankins is probably the best blocker for the league’s most explosive offense ever

Matt Birk

Steve Hutchinson

Mark Tauscher

Jason Taylor

Aaron Kampman

Ma Many have assumed Strahan’s role of best end vs. the run and pass; He had a career high in sacks last year. High Motor guy

Kevin Williams

Tommie Harris

PoPPossesses unique combination of power and quickness

Derrick Brooks

Brian Urlacher

Demarcus Ware

Champ Bailey

TheThe best corner in the game

Asante Samuel

Al Harris

Ed Reed

Bob Sanders

Tell me what you think and send in any suggestions/comments for the perfect team that will never be assembled

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