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2 hours ago, El ramster said:

That’s what I’m saying brother! You’re a great man for admitting it. Also, what NFL team are you now cheering for brother? Curios or do you not watch the NFL anymore brother? 

I am cheering for the chargers this year.

I want Philip to get a ring

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2 hours ago, Adrenaline_Flux said:

why are we disparaging GOAT sim fullback Derek Watt?

Stop trying to make Derek happen. 

Its Derrick 

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1 minute ago, Glen said:

I am cheering for the chargers this year.

I want Philip to get a ring

amen brother.

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22 minutes ago, El ramster said:

amen brother.

Cheers from Iraq 

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2 hours ago, khodder said:

Cornerbacks:
A.J. Bouye [16 GS]: 60 tackles (2 stuffs), 59 coverages, 5 interceptions, 1 touchdown.
Jimmy Smith [16 GS]: 46 tackles, 64 coverages, 2 sacks, 1 interception, 2 forced fumbles.

Safeties:
D.J. Swearinger [16 GS]: 85 tackles, 16 coverages, 3 interceptions, 1 forced fumble.
Reshad Jones [16 GS]: 93 tackles, 18 coverages, 5 interceptions, 1 forced fumble, 1 touchdown.

 

Just drop my entire secondary into the probowl

Tyrann Mathieu [16 GS]: 90 tackles (1 stuff), 20 coverages, 1 sack, 5 interceptions, 2 forced fumbles, 2 recoveries, 1 touchdown.
Darius Slay [16 GS]: 80 tackles (1 stuff), 60 coverages, 2 interceptions, 2 forced fumbles, 1 recovery, 1 touchdown.
 

Can't see either Safety making it over Honey Badger or Jimmy making it over Slay. And that's just my own team.

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37 minutes ago, Adrenaline_Flux said:

Glen

Ooh baby

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3 minutes ago, pwny said:

Tyrann Mathieu [16 GS]: 90 tackles (1 stuff), 20 coverages, 1 sack, 5 interceptions, 2 forced fumbles, 2 recoveries, 1 touchdown.
Darius Slay [16 GS]: 80 tackles (1 stuff), 60 coverages, 2 interceptions, 2 forced fumbles, 1 recovery, 1 touchdown.
 

Can't see either Safety making it over Honey Badger or Jimmy making it over Slay. And that's just my own team.

Slay has been beaten to a pulp - 80 Tackles. Good Lord.

Badger and Jones FTW.,

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@TheKillerNacho question about ballots.

The Cheesy conference runs a 3-4 this season. Are we allowed to put guys like Calais Campbell who played his whole season at DT as a 3-4 DE or is it required that they played DE? Same question for EDGE guys. 

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26 minutes ago, pwny said:

@TheKillerNacho question about ballots.

The Cheesy conference runs a 3-4 this season. Are we allowed to put guys like Calais Campbell who played his whole season at DT as a 3-4 DE or is it required that they played DE? Same question for EDGE guys. 

I’ve always put DTs as 3-4 DEs and DEs as OLBs

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1 hour ago, pwny said:

@TheKillerNacho question about ballots.

The Cheesy conference runs a 3-4 this season. Are we allowed to put guys like Calais Campbell who played his whole season at DT as a 3-4 DE or is it required that they played DE? Same question for EDGE guys. 

Just put in the vote for whatever position the ballot lists them as. But if someone votes them at a different position, they don't accumulate votes in both positions. (If someone gives 3 votes to Campbell at de and someone gives him 3 votes that doesn't mean he has 6 votes).

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Just now, TheKillerNacho said:

Just put in the vote for whatever position the ballot lists them as. But if someone votes them at a different position, they don't accumulate votes in both positions. (If someone gives 3 votes to Campbell at de and someone gives him 3 votes that doesn't mean he has 6 votes).

You could however tell them if they're voting for a player at a diffeent position than the majority though if you wanted to be nice

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Here's my ballot. I did it quickly at work so its not perfect by any means, but if it gives people a good place to start so we get more than 2 ballots in it will have done its job.

 

 

Quarterback:
Tom Brady [16 GS]: 401/613 (65.42%, 105.21 Rating) for 5,112 yards, 33 touchdowns, 6 interceptions. 23 carries for 22 yards (0.96 YPC, 6 LNG), 0 touchdowns, 3 fumbles.
Philip Rivers [16 GS]: 373/600 (62.17%, 99.48 Rating) for 5,145 yards, 29 touchdowns, 9 interceptions. 18 carries for 45 yards (2.50 YPC, 8 LNG), 0 touchdowns, 3 fumbles.
Patrick Mahomes [16 GS]: 358/555 (64.50%, 95.89 Rating) for 4,355 yards, 26 touchdowns, 11 interceptions. 66 carries for 260 yards (3.94 YPC, 21 LNG), 3 touchdowns, 8 fumbles.

Runningbacks:
Devonta Freeman [16 GS]: 326 carries for 1,466 yards (4.50 YPC, 35 LNG), 13 touchdowns, 2 fumbles. 19 receptions for 197 yards (10.37 YPR, 25 LNG), 0 touchdowns, 3 drops.
Saquon Barkley [16 GS]: 288 carries for 1,295 yards (4.50 YPC, 60 LNG), 11 touchdowns, 2 fumbles. 21 receptions for 232 yards (11.05 YPR, 29 LNG), 2 touchdowns, 11 drops, 1 fumble.
Mark Ingram [16 GS]: 286 carries for 1,249 yards (4.37 YPC, 32 LNG), 7 touchdowns, 2 fumbles. 35 receptions for 335 yards (9.57 YPR, 23 LNG), 1 touchdown, 3 drops.

Fullback:
Anthony Sherman [16 GS]: 9 carries for 26 yards (2.89 YPC, 5 LNG), 0 touchdowns. 6 receptions for 50 yards (8.33 YPR, 15 LNG), 0 touchdowns, 1 drop. 28 pancakes.

Wide Receivers:
Amari Cooper [16 GS]: 104 receptions for 1,533 yards (14.74 YPR, 72 LNG), 8 touchdowns, 4 drops, 2 fumbles.
Michael Thomas Jr. [16 GS]: 113 receptions for 1,539 yards (13.62 YPR, 28 LNG), 8 touchdowns, 2 drops, 1 fumble.
Keenan Allen [16 GS]: 113 receptions for 1,450 yards (12.83 YPR, 30 LNG), 8 touchdowns, 6 drops, 1 fumble.

Tight End:
Greg Olsen [16 GS]: 91 receptions for 1,033 yards (11.35 YPR, 37 LNG), 8 touchdowns, 1 drop, 2 fumbles. 17 pancakes.
Jared Cook [16 GS]: 72 receptions for 1,029 yards (14.29 YPR, 31 LNG), 5 touchdowns, 1 drop, 2 fumbles. 14 pancakes.
Kyle Rudolph [16 GS]: 81 receptions for 928 yards (11.46 YPR, 29 LNG), 6 touchdowns. 9 pancakes.

Offensive Line:
Jason Peters [16 GS]: 20 pancakes, 6 sacks allowed, 2 stuffs allowed, 1 recovery.
Larry Warford [16 GS]: 26 pancakes, 4 sacks allowed, 8 stuffs allowed, 1 recovery.
John Sullivan [16 GS]: 26 pancakes, 3 sacks allowed, 12 stuffs allowed.
Marshal Yanda [16 GS]: 20 pancakes, 5 sacks allowed, 4 stuffs allowed, 1 recovery.
Terron Armstead [16 GS]: 14 pancakes, 5 sacks allowed, 9 stuffs allowed.

Defensive Line:
Calais Campbell [16 GS]: 70 tackles (10 stuffs), 6 sacks, 3 forced fumbles, 1 recovery, 1 touchdown.
Dalvin Tomlinson [16 GS]: 73 tackles (16 stuffs), 2 coverages, 4 sacks.

Akiem Hicks [16 GS]: 68 tackles (12 stuffs), 1 coverage, 8 sacks, 1 forced fumble.

Linebackers:
Bradley Chubb [16 GS]: 57 tackles (10 stuffs), 1 coverage, 11 sacks, 2 forced fumbles, 1 recovery.
Luke Kuechly [16 GS]: 102 tackles (13 stuffs), 12 coverages, 6 sacks, 1 interception, 4 forced fumbles, 2 recoveries, 1 touchdown.
Anthony Barr [16 GS]: 102 tackles (12 stuffs), 4 coverages, 6 sacks, 2 forced fumbles, 1 recovery.
Danielle Hunter [16 GS]: 74 tackles (4 stuffs), 12 coverages, 12 sacks.

Cornerbacks:
Stephon Gilmore [16 GS]: 56 tackles (2 stuffs), 57 coverages, 5 interceptions, 2 forced fumbles, 2 recoveries, 1 touchdown.
Aqib Talib [16 GS]: 59 tackles (2 stuffs), 73 coverages, 7 interceptions.

Safeties:
Kareem Jackson [16 GS]: 85 tackles, 29 coverages, 3 sacks, 3 interceptions, 3 forced fumbles, 1 touchdown.
Tyrann Mathieu [16 GS]: 90 tackles (1 stuff), 20 coverages, 1 sack, 5 interceptions, 2 forced fumbles, 2 recoveries, 1 touchdown.

Kicker:
Adam Vinatieri [16 GS]: 44 of 46 (95.65%, 55 LNG) field goals. 46 of 47 extra points. 59 touchbacks.

Punter:
Thomas Morstead [16 GS]: 83 punts for 3,812 yards (45.93 YPP, 72 LNG, 30 in 20).

Returner:
Pharoh Cooper [16 GS]: 94 returns for 1,546 yards (16.45 YPR, 105 LNG), 2 touchdowns.

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