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  • #16
    Al wilson takes it! but i have said this before when all of you dissagreed with me but Brian Urlacher was never ever over rated! he has always been a beast!
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    • #17
      Zach Thomas: 98 tackles 2 sacks
      Johanthan Vilma: 92 tackles 0 sacks
      Brian Urlacher: 64 tackles 6 sacks
      Gary Bracker: 61 Tackles 0 sacks
      Ray Lewis: 46 Tackles 1 sack
      Al Wilson: 45 Tackles 1 Sack
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      • #18
        I'm going with AL Wilson

        That's because I've seen him play so many times. And so many times do he play well.
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        • #19
          Can't hardly judge a LB on tackles. If he's playin for a great D like Al, there will be alot more three and outs with less chance for takles. I love Al but Brian U is a freakin animal.

          Another guy to look out for is the rookie playin for the Bengals i believe, odel thurman maybe, that boy is a stud to.

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          • #20
            I think Merriman for the Chargers will win Defensive Rookie of the Year.

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            • #21
              Just can't go with out Al Wilson.
              Urlacher has always been a beast.
              Can't go wrong with Ray Lewis.
              And Donnie Edwards and Zack Thomas are having a great year.
              RIP Darrent Williams
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              • #22
                MLB-Ray is consistent but i dont think he is as god like as everyone says, urlacher has the tools, as long as hes not hurt hes dominant, al wilson is very underrated, if it werent for ray and brian, al would be the most well known. Vilma shows a lotta ray lewis in him, a little undersized, good recognition, ex hurricane, quick first step.. what else?
                OLB- Keith Bullock, Derrick Brooks, takeo spikes all rank in the top. they are all tackle machines, and offenses fear them. All play the weakside, and i feel DJ Williams has the speed and strength to be just as good or even better than these guys. Karlos Dansby, Derrick Johnson, shawn merriman, and demarcus ware look promising also. Move DJ to Weakside, i think they hampered his development by moving him to the strong side.

                Cato June is all hype, his int numbers are a result of the pressure the colts Dline puts on the qb forcing bad decisions.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Bronco_f1
                  DJ Williams, he has some bright future
                  Noooooo....

                  DJ is not making an impact this year as much as he should. Of course a lot of that is due to the move to Strong side LB, but there have been a lot of games where his name hasn't even been mentioned. No offense to him but he's the third best linebacker on the broncos alone. Of course he has a bright future and I wouldn't necessarily classify him as having the cliche "sophmore slump" but he definitely is not an IMPACT player yet like all the other guys mentioned.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by ColRockies_5
                    Noooooo....

                    DJ is not making an impact this year as much as he should. Of course a lot of that is due to the move to Strong side LB, but there have been a lot of games where his name hasn't even been mentioned. No offense to him but he's the third best linebacker on the broncos alone. Of course he has a bright future and I wouldn't necessarily classify him as having the cliche "sophmore slump" but he definitely is not an IMPACT player yet like all the other guys mentioned.
                    Key word is yet...

                    DJ was a bigtime playmaker at Miami (who isn't at The U?), and he's got the type of skillset that many can only dream about. To me, it's more an adaptation for him (moving to SLB), not a lack of playmaking chances...

                    Let's postpone judgement until the end of next season, then we'll see what we've really got...

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                    • #25
                      Al Wilson.............close 2nd, Ian Gold.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by ColRockies_5
                        Noooooo....

                        DJ is not making an impact this year as much as he should. Of course a lot of that is due to the move to Strong side LB, but there have been a lot of games where his name hasn't even been mentioned. No offense to him but he's the third best linebacker on the broncos alone. Of course he has a bright future and I wouldn't necessarily classify him as having the cliche "sophmore slump" but he definitely is not an IMPACT player yet like all the other guys mentioned.
                        Obviously he isn't this year, that's why I said he has a bright future. I mean, he could be incredible in his prime. Right now he is not making an impact, but that is also because he has Al Wilson and Ian gold right next to him, and he is just learning.



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