Best Team Money Can Buy

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  1. Farough

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    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/columns/story?columnist=clayton_john&id=2511045

    Only Texans player chosen, and hes a back up.. ahh well

    I think I would be able to put together a better roster than he has if I had the salary cap figures. Even then I probably wouldn't waste my time.
     
  2. Texansfan36

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    And the quarterback? Two-time league MVP Peyton Manning of the Colts.
    This I don't know about, I think Tom Brady would be a better choice, thats just my opinion though.
     
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    Interesting concept, they seem to have spent far more money on the offensive side of the ball, going for those glamorous highlight reel offensive players rather than building the team from the trenches on back.
     
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    Mork what I dont understand is why take some of the higher priced Oline talent when he could have went and grabbed young D talent like D Rob, Gamble, Lucas, hell even splurge for a guy like Champ Bailey. Most people love to watch people score, but dont respect those that stop them from scoring.
     

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