Sack that QB

If you could start a team with any NFL player ever in their prime...

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On ‎2‎/‎14‎/‎2017 at 3:42 AM, westcoast_cj said:

Gotta have a kicker...

You completely missed on that one!

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5 hours ago, VaBeach_Eagle said:

LaDainian Tomlinson's got nothing on Reggie White...

There was only one LT, and he......ain't ......it:nonono:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Anthony Munoz

 

 

EVERYTHING starts with LT... 

 

Assuming that the QB is right-handed of course...

 

An elite LT can immediately make an average QB and an average RB better.

 

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Alshon Jeffery.

 

If I couldn't get him, probably Torrey Smith or maybe a guy like Chance Warmack.

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Tony Romo, if you take away all the stuff that's totally not his fault, he's probably the most successful qb of alltime.

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Reggie White

The guy had 22 sacks in a 12 game strike season.

The guy had 16 sacks at age 37

I will never forget the play vs the Saints where he domino'd the TE into Ironhead into the RB for a loss on 3rd and short.

He was an absolute beast.

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Lawrence Taylor would not last 5 years in today's NFL

Drugs Drugs Drugs

He would be Aldon Smith

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Interesting question......because head coaches have so much influence on the performance of a QB, If I were taking a guy in his prime, it would be Peyton Manning because he was an offensive coordinator on the field.  Or Steve Young.....because it's likely he would have to scramble alot, and he did so much out of the pocket.

But, since offenses take longer to develop, I would start a team on defense, so I would take Ray Lewis.......his talent and his leadership inspires others to overperform. His passion was infectious......He would bring swagger and identity to a new team.....

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