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Josh Collacchi 31 Jul 14
ELI ONLY 29th!? HE HAZ TWO RINGZ
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Scott Kacsmar 31 Jul 14
Do I have a formula? No. Just try considering everything I can. RT any specific criteria?
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Eric Velazquez 31 Jul 14
Rodgers so low?
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Cian Fahey 31 Jul 14
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Jason Bailey 31 Jul 14
Nice, thoughtful list. I'm pretty sure, though, that no. 64 should be Randy Moss!
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Gary Marbry 31 Jul 14
Yeah I'm gonna need for you to move Bernie up from 55, okay? Yeah, that would be great.
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Andrew J. Ross 31 Jul 14
Last year was enough to push Peyton over Montana?
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Paul Noonan 31 Jul 14
It still has Joe Flacco in it.
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Scott Kacsmar 31 Jul 14
I don't think 26th is low for a guy with 5.5 seasons as a starter. RT Rodgers so low?
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Eric Velazquez 31 Jul 14
good point. Where do you think he ranked when it's all said and done?
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Scott Kacsmar 31 Jul 14
Yeah, think I said that in my AFC-C/SB previews. RT Last year was enough to push Peyton over Montana?
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Scott Kacsmar 31 Jul 14
Should be at least top 10.
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Scott Kacsmar 31 Jul 14
. Explained the method behind the Flacco madness last year Obviously 2013 a step back.
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Scott Kacsmar 31 Jul 14
@FreeBigMacs He's on a short list of guys who can say they were 10-year starters. Never misses a game either.
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David darmoni 31 Jul 14
Whats the criteria, why is Bradshaw so high?
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JV Menendez 31 Jul 14
Lol, PM get’s blown out by 35 points, scores more points for the other team, and yet that pushes him to the top?
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