1. Philadelphia Fans; Lidge & Vick Present Chance For Change In Perception

    Today I took a nap and upon waking up from my nap I walked over to the computer to check my Facebook. While doing so I found numerous status updates pertaining to Brad Lidge and his ...

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  2. Players You Should Watch In 2009; The NFC West

    Corey Redding, Seattle Seahawks Corey Redding is going to be a force to be reckoned with this season. The Seahawks plan on having him play defensive end on first and second down opposite ...

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  3. 2009 Players to Watch: NFC South

    Justin Blalock, Atlanta Falcons In the 2007 NFL Draft, Justin Blalock was picked up early in the second round by the Atlanta Falcons, much to my dismay...

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  4. NFC North Players You Should Watch In 2009

    Jay Cutler, Chicago Bears Was Jay Cutler a product of the Broncos’ system? That’s the question looming over his head this season...

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  5. Players You Should Watch In 2009: The NFC East

    LeSean McCoy, Philadelphia Eagles I recently read an article about a so-called “Eagles Team Expert” who stated that the Eagles are going to struggle with the departure of Correll Buckhalter...

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  6. Players You Should Watch In 2009; The AFC West

    LaDainian Tomlinson, San Diego Chargers This one is pretty obvious. Simply put, you should watch LDT to see if this is truly the last year of his career in which he puts up respectable numbers or if he can break the 30-year-old halfback curse...

    Matt Shervington Written by Matt Shervington about almost 6 years ago 190 reads 4 comments

  7. Players You Should Watch In 2009; The AFC South

    Peyton Manning, Indianapolis Colts The story here is obvious so I won’t dabble on it too long… Manning has significant change for the first time in his career...

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  8. Players You Should Watch For in 2009: The AFC North

    Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens This one is simple. As a fan of a division rival, I want Joe Flacco to fail. Next season is going to be big because Mr. Flacco is either going to flop big time, or experience a Roethlisberger-like Sophomore season...

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  9. Jim Johnson Bound for Football Hall of Fame

    You can imagine my shock as I sat at my computer in the midst of writing another article as my girlfriend sent me a text message with the horrid words reading: “Jim Johnson died…” ...

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  10. Players You Should Watch In 2009; The AFC East

    Darelle Revis, New York Jets Next year is a crucial year for Darelle Revis. He will either establish himself as the future of the position, being only 23-years-old, or he will fall flat on his face...

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  11. Safety First! The NFL's Top 10 Safeties

    1.) Troy Polamalu, Pittsburgh Troy Polamalu does it all. In 2006 and 2007 he wasn’t healthy and went to unearned Pro Bowls as well as received unearned All-Pro bids in those seasons...

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  12. Defensive Captains; The Top 10 NFL Inside/Middle LineBackers

    1.) Ray Lewis, Baltimore I know that some people think that Ray Lewis has lost a step, but I just fail to see it. I should hate the Ravens’ players, yet all I can do is respect them and ...

    Matt Shervington Written by Matt Shervington about 5 years ago 1,591 reads 2 comments

  13. How I See It; The Top 10 NFL Centers

    1.) Jeff Saturday, Indianapolis Colts I honestly don’t know how anybody can sit back and rank the Center position and not have Jeff Saturday as the number one player at the position...

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  14. Prolific Pass Catchers: The Top 10 NFL Wide Receivers

    1. Andre Johnson, Houston Texans I remember a few years back(2006 I believe) there were people arguing him as a top five wide receiver and I called them crazy because he dropped way too many balls and wasn't much of a deep threat...

    Matt Shervington Written by Matt Shervington about 5 years ago 104 reads 0 comments

  15. Running To Daylight: The Top 10 NFL Halfbacks

    1. Adrian Peterson, Minnesota Vikings Adrian "All Day" Peterson is the only halfback to ever be placed in the top five, actually top three, of a position by myself after only one good year at the position...

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  16. Leading The Pack; The Top 10 NFL QuarterBacks

    1.) Peyton Manning, Indianapolis His understanding of the game of football is unparalleled. I honestly believe it is his success as a quarterback that leads people to believe that Archie was ...

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  17. Third Annual NFL's 100 Most Impactful Players (50-8)

    50. Julius Peppers, Defensive End, CAR(HM,10)Impact: Unparalled Athleticism At The Defensive End Position Resulting In An Elite Skillset Argument: The fact that Peppers was rated 10th ...

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  18. 3rd Annual NFL's 100 Most Impactful Players(100-50)

    June 11th, 2007 on Football's Future's Forums, IGN, Helmet2Helmet Forums, ESPN Forums, GameFAQs Forums, a little no-named poster and blogger made a list entitled "The NFL's 50 Most Influential Players...

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