AFC Pro Bowl:Offense
QB-Tom Brady-Brady is a very consistent QB who is a great leader and is great under pressure. Not only does he have the record for most Touchdowns in a season, not only does he have the reputation of being the comeback king, not only is he one of the best if not the best QB in the NFL, but he has won 3 Super Bowls. I don’t think you can name very many QBs who have taken there team to the Super Bowl 4 out of 7 years and win 3. I don't think you can tell me or anyone else in this world a better QB under pressure. You know what we are always talking about how the pressure is building up in a game, but when your watching Tom Brady it is like there is no such thing as pressure, he makes it look so easy, Tom Brady would make starting on his one yard line being down by four with 1 minute and 13 seconds left look easy, he would make playing in front of all his high-school class mates all of his college class mates and playing in front of his whole family look easy, and that is exactly why I am putting him as the number 1 QB in the AFC.
2007 Stats:50 TDs(NFL Record), 8 INT, 4,806 yds, 117.2 passer rating
Peyton Manning-Peyton Manning has great ability, great strength, great accuracy, great leadership, and is great under pressure--- whoops wrong QB. Yes, Manning is one of the best QBs in the NFL. He has a great arm and is definitely going to be a HOF, but when he retires people aren't going to remember him for his great playoff moments, his great moments under pressure...as a matter of fact you really can't because he doesn't has to many to remember.
2007 Stats:31 TDs, 14 INTs, 4,040 yds, 98.0 passer rating
Ben Roethlisberger-Big Ben is a Big reason for the Pittsburgh Steelers past success. Roethlisberger is a great leader has a strong arm and alot of faith in his WRs. Not having any pressure at all doesn't hurt either(having one of the best HBs in your backfield). You can't say Big Ben isn't a bad QB. No one can say a QB winning a Superbowl his first year starting is bad.
2007 Stats:21 TDs, 15 INT, 3,152 yds, 82.4 passer rating
HB-LaDainian Tomlinson-LT well go down in history as one of the greatest Halfbacks ever. It seems that every year LT is always the rushing leader or in the top 5. When ever anybody is talking about the Chargers they don't think of Philip River, Antonio Gates, or Lorenzo Neil, they think of LaDainian Tomlinson. He is without a doubt on of the top 2 running backs in the league right now.
2007 Stats:315 carries, 1,474 yds, 4.7 avg, 15 TDs
Joseph Addai-Joseph Addai is a young but very quick running back. He is the type of guy you want in your backfield. He is a very explosive HB. It seems that he will always be able to break the first tackle. He always makes the first guy miss. When he gets into the open feild its not likely of you to catch him. With his ability and the Colts Offensive Line I think he will be great this year, and considering how young he is, he is off to a great start.
2007 Stats:261 carries, 1,072 yds, 4.1 avg, 12 TDs
Willie Parker-Willie Parker is hands down one of the best HBs of all-time. He is quick on his feet, powerful, has break-away speed, good teammate, and has good hands. Not only does he have all those skills...but he takes most of the pressure off of Roethlisberger. Willie Parker is one of the main reason the Pittsburgh Steelers are going to be a successful team.
2007 Stats:127 carries, 768 yds, 4.6 avg, 9 TDs
WR-Randy Moss-Moss has always been a good receiver and I think everyone knows that, he just didn't show that until he became a Patriot. He is at the peek of his career. He is by far the most talented receiver in the league right now. He has a great combination, height, speed, and hands. His height allows him to grab jump balls, his speed allows him to beat DBs, and his hands allow him to grab almost any throw. Those are all the things a receiver need to be a record breaking WR, which is what he is.
2007 Stats: 98 rec, 1,493 yds, 15.2 avg, 23 TDs(NFL Record)
Reggie Wayne-I believe Reggie Wayne has reached the point were he is now the Colts #1 WR. Harrison is still a good WR but I think Wayne has gotten better. Reggie Wayne is a tall and pretty fast Wide Receiver with very good hands. He led the league with most yards this year and was ranked as the 2nd best receiver in the whole NFL only behind Randy Moss. I think Reggie Wayne is ready to be the leader of the Colts....for quite some time.
2007 Stats:104 rec, 1,510 yds(Led NFL), 14.5 avg, 10 TDs
Wes Welker-Welker is one of the top three best players New England has. With his quickness and agility he makes it almost impossible for you to catch him. He is a little bit on the short side but that makes him no easier to play against. Yes he is getting somewhat old but he definitely doesn't show it. With his ability to catch the ball and his ability to out run DBs he is without a doubt one of the best WRs in the league.
2007 Stats:112 Rec(Tied for best), 1,175 yds, 10.5 avg, 8 TDs
Braylon Edwards-Edwards is a very good WR. He combines Height with quickness. He has pretty good hands with a couple drops here and there, but is usually pretty good when it comes to catching the hard ones. He is definitely the best player that Cleveland has and is the leader of there team. He is the key reason the Cleveland Browns was just outside the bubble of the playoffs, and I think he will be the key reason the Browns will get into the playoffs this year.
2007 Stats:80 Rec, 1,289 yds, 16.1 avg, 16 TDs
TE-Antonio Gates-Big and fast thats what you need in a Tight End. Going from playing only basketball in college, to the best TE in the NFL. With good hands, good blocking skills, and pretty good speed, thats all the Chargers need for a HOF TE. He has been the most talked about TE for the last 2 years, and I don't think that will end anytime soon.
2007 Stats:75 Rec, 984 yds, 13.1 avg, 9 TDs
Tony Gonzalez-This man was the Antonio Gates before Antonio Gates. Everyone knew who Tony Gonzalez was. He is a very fast for a TE, and that helps him out ALOT. I don't think there is any DB or LB that can stop him on a CONSISTENT bases, and I doubt anyone ever will
2007 Stats:99 Rec, 1,172 yds, 11.8 avg, 5 TDs
Kellen Winslow Jr.-He has the spirit, the quickness, the hands, the heritage to be a good TE, and thats exactly what he is. Out of all the TEs I believe him and Dallas Clark have the best hands.The only reason I believe he is better than Dallas Clark is because of his spirit his quickness his hands and his heritage.
2007 Stats:82 Rec, 1,106 yds, 13.5 avg, 5 TDs
C:Jeff Saturday, Dan Koppen
OT:Matt Light, Joe Thomas, Marcus McNeil, Ryan Diem, Jonathan Odgen
OG: LoganMankins, Kris Dielman, Alan Faneca
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