Discussion in 'NFL General Discussion' started by Weezy, Mar 10, 2008.
Offensive Line in General...EXTREMELY Underrated!
Asante = overated in my opinion
I'd say Bulger is just about where he's rated. Not seen him do too much latley so can't really pass judgement.
How about John Lynch? (answer quick, before he retires!)
Marc bulger extremely overrated in my opinion.................how about Trent cole
"Playing to win the game"
Chad Pennington - where he should be imo. He's accurate when he can make the throw and has time to. He's injury prone however and his arm seems to have gotten weaker.
I guess we really don't know until we see another season, for now I'm going to say overrated because he lost an easy game for his team against the Bengals that would have the Browns in the playoffs.
Overrated he surprised people last year i think his stats will come back to earth this year.
People ALWAYS underrate Offensive lines. Its a shame because they never get the praise they deserve or the awards because what they do is not as well highlighted as say a RB or QB who always have the stats to back them up.
i think peterson is the real deal.
Overrated. Have seen him get run over many a times by RB's.
rated just fine....that midget is a badass
overrated....but i think he can still be a badass he'll always be more of a reciever than a between the tackles runner but hes a nasty weapon. anyone who gets that much hype is usually overrated though
I don't think that many really rate him that much anymore but when healthy he is still a quality runner. Hes probably rated just about right.
Clinton is UNDER...
He produces every year, but keeps getting knocked for his size.
you can't underrate john elway he won two rings. you can't really overrate him either, i mean how many qb's are ever going to be better than elway? 10?
overrated and ive said it for years, hes nothing without roaf and shields....had so many carries that all those yards make sense. That went from a HOF caliber line and amazing numbers to a crap line and crap numbers
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