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Ranking the (B)East - OLB

BEST OLB IN THE NFC EAST   

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  1. 1. Who is the BEST OLB in the NFC East?

    • Nigel Bradham, Eagles
    • Kamu Grugier-Hill, Eagles
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    • LJ Fort, Eagles
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    • Mason Foster, Redskins
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    • Reuben Foster, Redskins
      0
    • Josh Harvey-Clemons, Redskins
      0
    • Lorenzo Carter, Giants
      0
    • Markus Golden, Giants
      0
    • Alec Ogletree, Giants
      0
    • Leighton Vander Esch, Cowboys
    • Sean Lee, Cowboys
    • Justin March-Lillard, Cowboys
      0


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Who is the best OLB for the 2019 season in the NFC East?

Most points will be the starter - second most will be the Back-Up. (Hopefully there are no ties, but in the event I feel - or enough posters would like an amendment or a run-off we will decide how to proceed then.

Please refer to the master-thread here:

 

Cowboys: @DaBoys / @Nextyearfordaboyz / @The_Slamman / @Matts4313 / @canadaluvsdallas

Eagles: @Jroc04 / @Danger / @TheRealMcCoy / @Kiltman / @ninjapirate

Redskins: @MKnight82 / @Slappy Mc / @Woz / @Thaiphoon / @turtle28

Giants: @Acgott / @Shockey1979 / @GMENNATION / @Giants4eva / @Kodaraw

Edited by Texas_OutLaw7

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This list is very confusing.  What exactly are we voting on?  

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1. LVE
2. Bradham
3. Rueben Foster (Even though he's a terrible person)

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The Wolfhunter 

 

 

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This one is a no brainer for me. Vanderesch by a wide margin. This kid has perennial probowler written all over him. 

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Yeah this one was real easy LVE is a prime example that sometimes a football player can overcome seemingly physical limitations to just be great.  A lot players over the years you look at their measurables and say no he can’t do it in the NFL too slow not strong enough but when they play they just have it. And LVE has it

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On 5/15/2019 at 9:49 AM, quiller said:

Yeah this one was real easy LVE is a prime example that sometimes a football player can overcome seemingly physical limitations to just be great.  A lot players over the years you look at their measurables and say no he can’t do it in the NFL too slow not strong enough but when they play they just have it. And LVE has it

I can't imagine anyone looking at a 6'4" 256 pound stand up LB, who ran a 4.65 forty and had a 39.5 inch vertical as someone overcoming physical limitations. 

The guy is an absolute athletic freak, and it negates some of his rawness as a football player from a 6 man HS.

Edited by DaBoys

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Could've won the poll if we took Darius Leonard instead of trading down and ultimately ending up with Goedert and JJ A-W! You blew it Howie! Unless Goedert goes off this year....

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On 5/15/2019 at 10:49 AM, quiller said:

Yeah this one was real easy LVE is a prime example that sometimes a football player can overcome seemingly physical limitations to just be great.  A lot players over the years you look at their measurables and say no he can’t do it in the NFL too slow not strong enough but when they play they just have it. And LVE has it

LVE is a physical freak......

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2 hours ago, Jeezla said:

Could've won the poll if we took Darius Leonard instead of trading down and ultimately ending up with Goedert and JJ A-W! You blew it Howie! Unless Goedert goes off this year....

I think LVE may be better than Leonard.

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