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  1. YodAa

    YodAa All Pro

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    What if I could put together my 2 fav teams? I think it would look like this:

    QB:
    1.Carr---Younger and better.
    2.Greise
    3.Simms/Ragone

    RB
    1.Davis/Caddy (this would work best if they just split the time equally)
    2.Pittman
    3.Morency

    FB
    1.Alstott
    2.Morris

    WR
    1.Clayton
    2.Johnson---Because hes faster so would be better used as deep threat for this team.

    TE
    1.Anthony Betch
    2.Alex Smith

    Oline
    Anyone I don't care much for these guys I just know there not the best ever but I do know that Todd Wade is good!

    LE
    Greg Spires or Robaire Smith

    DT
    1.Anthony McFarland
    2.Chris Hovan or Travis Johnson

    RE
    Simeon Rice

    LOLB
    1.Babin/Greenwood either one would do good

    MLB
    1.Quarles/Wong either one

    ROLB
    Derrick Brooks

    CB
    No specific order
    Barber
    Buchanan
    DRob
    Kelly

    FS
    Marcus Coleman

    SS
    Phillips, Jermaine

    K
    Kris Brown

    P
    Chad Stanley

    Now other than the Oline I think this team would win a couple of SB rings. :woot
     
  2. ColdSteelBlue

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    Heres the way I'd line it up.

    QB.
    1. Carr
    2. Griese
    3. Simms

    WR.
    1.Johnson
    2.Clayton
    3.Galloway
    4.Mathis (also KR)

    RB
    1. Caddy
    2. DD
    3Morency

    FB
    1 Alstott
    2 Morris

    TE.
    1. Smith
    2 Jopprou

    Oline ????

    Def- 3-4

    RDE- Johnson

    NT- McFarland

    LDE- Smith
    Payne and Walker for Depth

    LOLB- Rice
    ILB- Brooks
    ILB- Greenwood
    ROLB- Babin

    CB
    1.Barber
    2.D-Rob
    3.Kelly
    4 Buchanon (PR)
    Pa-me-aton would have a heart attack facing this group

    FS
    Coleman
    SS
    Phillips
     
  3. keyfro

    keyfro Hall of Fame

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    here's mine

    QB: carr, griese, ragone
    RB: caddy, davis, morency, pittman
    FB: alstott, norris
    TE: Betch, smith, joppru
    WR: johnson, clayton, galloway, mathis, gaffney
    OLINE: rt wade, lg pitts, c stinchcomb, lt deese, rg wiegert

    defense 4-3

    LE: peek, spires
    DT: mcfarland, johnson
    DT: smith, hovan
    RE: rice, babin
    LOLB: greenwood, nece
    MLB: wong, quarles
    ROLB: brooks, ruud
    CB: barber, d-rob, buchanan, kelly
    FS: coleman, jackson
    SS: phillips, nicholson

    defense 3-4

    DE: johnson
    NT: mcfarland
    DT: smith
    LOLB: babin
    LILB: brooks
    RILB: wong
    ROLB: peek
    CB: same
    FS: same
    SS: same
     
  4. wiley2002

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    FYI, I'll have to look back on my Texans calender, but two teams WAY back when combined for one season. It was the Cardinals and (I think) the Steelers.
     
  5. TheOgre

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    I would see Rice as the ROLB in a 3-4.
     
  6. Pewterninja

    Pewterninja Waterboy

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    I would not mind seeing one of my favorite players, David Carr in Pewter! :drool:
     
  7. STEEL BLUE TEXANS

    STEEL BLUE TEXANS Hall of Fame

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    QB:
    1. David Carr
    2. Kyle Boller
    3. Tony Banks

    RB
    1. Jamal Lewis
    2. Chester Taylor
    3. Vernand Morency

    FB
    1. Alan Ricard
    2. Moran Norris

    WR
    1. Andre Johnson
    2. Derrick Mason
    3. Mark Clayton
    4. Jabar Gaffney
    5. Jerome Mathis

    TE
    1. Todd Heap
    2. Bennie Joppru
    3. Dan Wilcox

    Oline
    Jonathan Ogden - Edwin Mulitalo - Mike Flynn - Zach Weigert - Todd Wade

    LE
    1. Jason Babin

    DT
    1. Seth Payne
    2. Robaire Smith
    3. Travis Johnson
    4. Kelly Gregg

    RE
    1. Terrell Suggs

    LOLB
    1. Peter Boulware

    MLB
    1. Ray Lewis

    ROLB
    1. Morlon Greenwood

    CB
    1. Chris McAlister
    2. Dunta Robinson
    3. Samari Rolle
    4. Phillip Buchanan
    5. Deion Sanders

    FS
    1. Marcus Coleman

    SS
    1. Ed Reed

    K
    Matt Stover

    P
    Chad Stanley
     
  8. YodAa

    YodAa All Pro

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    Hey wiley2002 there has been 2 times when 2 teams combined in the history of the NFL. The 1st one was during the 1943 season, when the Steelers joined with the Eagles they were named Phil-Pitt but more commenly known as the "Steegles". The citys divided home games equally and the team split up at the end of the season. The 2nd time was during the 1943 season when the Steelers joined the Cardinals and went by Card-Pitt. They too divided home games equally and split up right at the end of the season.
     


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