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Old 10-04-2013, 02:05 PM   #1
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Default Best young cores in the NFL, part 2.

Cards:

Floyd
Cooper

Campbell
Dan Williams
Washington
Minter
Peterson
Mathieu


Panthers:

Cam
Silotolu


Charles Johnson
Hardy
Lotuleli
Short
Kuechly



Bengals:

Dalton
Green
Zietler
Andre Smith
Greshm
Eifert

Dunlap
Hunt
Atkins
Johnson
Burfict
Iloka
Kirkpatrick



Browns:

Mack
Lauvao
Shwartz
Gordon
Cameron
Little
Benjamin

Hughes
Taylor
Bryant
Winn
Sheard
Kruger
Mingo
Ward
Haden
Skreen


Cowboys:

Smith
Frederick
Bryant
Murray

Selvie
Lee
Carter
Claiborne
Church


Lions:

Stafford
Reiff
Warford
Broyals
Pettigrew

Suh
Fairley
Ansah
Delmas
Slay


Colts:

Luck
Fleener
Allen
Hilton
Richardson
Costonzo
Thornton

Chapman
Jean Francois
Werner
Freeman
Vontea


Chiefs:

Fisher
Charles
Asamoah
Hudson
Allen

Poe
Houston
Flowers
Berry
Lewis
Smith


Vikings:

Ponder
Kalil
Patterson
Rudolph

Floyd
Cook
Rhodes
Harrison Smith
Josh Robinson

Pats:

Solder
Dobson
Thompkins
Ridley
Vereen
Gronk

Jones
Hightower
Mccourtey
Dennard


Jets:

Hill
Geno

Wilkerson
Richardson
Couples
Davis
Milliner


49ers:

Kap
Iupati
Anthony Davis
Patton
Macdonald


Bowmen
Aldon
Lemonier
Reid


Seahawks:

Unger
Carpenter
Okung
Baldwin
Tate
Russell
Harvin
Michael

Avril
Wagner
Sherm
Bennett
Thomas
Chancelor



Rams:


Bradford
Saffold
Quick
Austin
Cook
Kendricks
Richardson

Quinn
Brockers
Ogletree
Laurenitis
Macdonald
Jenkins
Johnson


Bucs:

Williams
Glennon
Martin

Spence
Claiborne
McCoy
David
Foster
Banks
Barron



Titans:

Locker
Warmack
Wright
Hunter

Morgan
Wimbley
Casey
Martin
Klug
Ayers
Brown
Mccourtey
Verner


Redskins:

RG3
Williams
Morris

Orakpo
Kerrigan
Amerson
Rambo


Bills:

Cordy Glenn
Eric Wood
Spiller
Woods
Stevie Johnson
EJ Manual


Darueus
Alonso
Bradham
Williams
Byrd
Gilmore

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Old 10-04-2013, 02:11 PM   #2
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Brandon Carr is only 27

but props on understanding that Selvie and Church are worth mentioning...I think those 2 are still under the radar for most fans
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Default Re: Best young cores in the NFL, part 2.

For offense, I like the Colts and the Bengals (you left off Giovanni Bernard) all-around with skill players. Imagine if those teams had an elite LT. Not sure how theirs are doing this season but I know there are better tackles. Jus sayin because its the second most important It could be the reason Peyton gets pressured relentlessly in the playoffs without his yard dog Clady. Good thing he's smart and gets rid of the ball quickly.

For defense, I like the Chiefs unit best. Sure, Seattle has that awesome secondary but I like how Poe, Houston and Tyson Jackson have been playing. Eric Berry will also be the consensus best safety in the NFL after this season.

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I would really like the Browns a lot if I could trust their front office not to **** up the QB position. Add a promising young QB to that roster and I'm in.
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So am I.

The defense is as get as it gets for young talent. I forgot to mention Kruger as well.
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There is depth on that young Browns defense too. I'd add in Craig Roberts (2nd year), who I think has been pretty impressive this year next to D'Qwell in the middle. Also, Leon McFadden hasn't gotten much PT yet, but he was a 3rd round draft pick with the thought that he'd eventually be the 2nd corner with Haden.

I don't think anyone saw the impact of Buster Skrine coming, so McFadden has had to work extra hard to get on the field.

It looks like that defense should be a good for a long time if they can hold it together. Offensively? I love the Gordon/Cameron combo and there are a couple of nice young pieces on the line. Benjamin is as explosive as it gets, but staying healthy and figuring out ways to get him the ball will be a challenge. Little has talent, but he's sort of a train wreck off the field (and often on the field).

The pieces are there, but JB brings up the key point... It will likely all be for naught if we can't find a dependable signal caller. I'm not sure Hoyer was ever going to be that guy, but damn... It's just the Browns' luck that we won't get to find out this year (or maybe ever).


As for best young core of the group, Seattle is the obvious choice. If EJ Manuel lives up to his potential, I really like the Bills going forward. They have a nice mix of playmakers offensively and studs on the otherside of the ball. Alonso is just a maniac. Watching him live was eye-opening. The guy is literally all over the field.

Dareus is beastly, too... And Robert Woods looks like he might have the goods as a very good starter in this league.
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