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    Ranking The NFL's Best Linebackers, Team-By-Team

    Sorry if already posted. I was trying to find the piece on the safety tandems.

    LINEBACKER RANKINGS

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    Re: Ranking The NFL's Best Linebackers, Team-By-Team

    21. New York Giants




    The Giants managed to get by pretty well with the linebackers they had. The addition of Keith Rivers upgrades the depth. Michael Boley is a solid starter on the weakside. Mathias Kiwanuka is their best linebacker. The biggest question mark is Chase Blackburn, who will start in the middle. A career reserve, he played well once he got healthy.






    He's not a DE anymore. Digest that, and we'll all be better off.

    We need our coaches to assign playing time based on something other than player salary.

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    Re: Ranking The NFL's Best Linebackers, Team-By-Team

    [quote user="RagTime Blue"]

    21. New York Giants




    The Giants managed to get by pretty well with the linebackers they had. The addition of Keith Rivers upgrades the depth. Michael Boley is a solid starter on the weakside. Mathias Kiwanuka is their best linebacker. The biggest question mark is Chase Blackburn, who will start in the middle. A career reserve, he played well once he got healthy.






    He's not a DE anymore.* Digest that, and we'll all be better off.

    [/quote]Once again we have to prove we are better then the perception and rankings
    Football has been very, very good to us.
    In the midst of this losing season, we can console ourselves with this fact-

    # of Super Bowl victories since 1985:

    1-Chicago, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Seattle
    2-Washington, Green Bay, Denver, Pittsburgh, Baltimore
    3-San Francisco, Dallas, New England
    4-New York Giants!!!!!

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    We don't have to prove anything. You realize this ranking was put together by some guy named Ryan Van Bibber. Who dat??Don't get baited into responding to every article however thinly it is researched.




    If you Google Ryan Van Bibber, you will find very little in the way of professional credentials. Here is about all I could find:




    Ryan Van Bibber is the editor of Turf Show Times, SB Nation's St. Louis Rams weblog.




    We need to do a much better job of "considering the source" on these boards. When something gets posted the first question all of us should ask is who wrote it and what makes them expert on the topic.

    No one remembers who came in second.

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    No mention of Williams. I expect alot from 57 this year.

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    We don't have to prove anything. You realize this ranking was put together by some guy named Ryan Van Bibber. Who dat??Don't get baited into responding to every article however thinly it is researched.




    If you Google Ryan Van Bibber, you will find very little in the way of professional credentials. Here is about all I could find:




    Ryan Van Bibber is the editor of Turf Show Times, SB Nation's St. Louis Rams weblog.




    We need to do a much better job of "considering the source" on these boards. When something gets posted the first question all of us should ask is who wrote it and what makes them expert on the topic.

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    Justin's brother/dad?

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    [quote user="ShakeNBake"][quote user="jomo"]


    We don't have to prove anything. You realize this ranking was put together by some guy named Ryan Van Bibber. Who dat??Don't get baited into responding to every article however thinly it is researched.




    If you Google Ryan Van Bibber, you will find very little in the way of professional credentials. Here is about all I could find:




    Ryan Van Bibber is the editor of Turf Show Times, SB Nation's St. Louis Rams weblog.




    We need to do a much better job of "considering the source" on these boards. When something gets posted the first question all of us should ask is who wrote it and what makes them expert on the topic.

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    Justin's brother/dad?
    [/quote]lol he might just as well be for what his opinion is worth.
    No one remembers who came in second.

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    I honestly don't even get caught up with all these rankings anymore......last year we probably had the worst LB's in the league and we still managed to win a SB

    It's all about the team working together and helping eachother...we don't need Rey Lewis or Pat Willis to win a SB

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    [quote user="fourth&forever"]No mention of Williams. I expect alot from 57 this year.[/quote]

    yes sir! Jaquan is a beast....cant wait to see what he does his 2nd season!

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    [quote user="egyptian420"]I honestly don't even get caught up with all these rankings anymore......last year we probably had the worst LB's in the league and we still managed to win a SB

    It's all about the team working together and helping eachother...we don't need Rey Lewis or Pat Willis to win a SB
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