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Von Dumbass
10-31-2012, 11:10 AM
https://www.profootballfocus.com/blog/2012/10/31/mid-season-all-afc-west-team/

Offense

Quarterback: Peyton Manning (DEN)

It took a while for him to get going, but the signs are ominous for the rest of the NFL given how Manning has played recently. Heís a real difference-maker in this division.

Running Back: Willis McGahee (DEN)

His renaissance continues. The man with the 10th-most rushing yards in the NFL, also has our fourth-highest rushing grade.

Full Back: Marcel Reece (OAK)

So heís not your traditional lead blocker. What he offers as a receiver canít really be ignored.

Tight End: Jacob Tamme (DEN)

While Joel Dreessen has got more early-down work, Tamme has made his presence felt in the passing game.

Wide Receivers: Malcom Floyd (SD) and DeMaryius Thomas (DEN)

While Dwayne Bowe deserves plaudits for how heís performed with those quarterbacks, and Brandon Stokley has been mighty impressive from the slot, itís Floyd and Thomas who get the call as our starters. Floyd is drawing more attention than ever before and still making plays, while Thomas has overcome a fumbling problem to strike fear into the hearts of secondaries everywhere.

Tackles: Ryan Clady (DEN) and Orlando Franklin (DEN)

There was some competition at both spots from the Chiefsí tackles, but ultimately the more successful Broncos edged their peers. Clady, in particular, has stood out ó he has given up just two quarterback hits and three hurries all year.

Guards: Zane Beadles (DEN) and Louis Vasquez (SD)

The knock on effect of Peyton Manning coming to town has seen the Denver line looked far more assured. No one illustrates that as much as Beadles. While in San Diego, the team may be struggling but Vasquez (who has always put together streaks of good play) is enjoying one of his longest to date.

Center: Ryan Lilja (KC)

Lilja was playing well at guard before moving to the center spot. How did he respond? Well, heís made this team hasnít he.

Defense

Defensive Line: Corey Liuget (SD), Aubrayo Franklin (SD) and Richard Seymour (OAK)

Weíve gone for a 3-4 here so Seymour returns to an end position. Here he is joined by one of the only nose tackles in the league playing halfway decent (Franklin), and the improving Liuget, who looked out of his depth as a rookie but has taken a big step forward this year.

Inside Linebackers: Philip Wheeler (OAK) and Derrick Johnson (KC)

Johnson is starting to find his best form after injuries slowed him at the start of the year. Former Colt Wheeler, on the other hand, has been a revelation and is earning himself a big deal come the end of the year.

Outside Linebackers: Von Miller (DEN) and Justin Houston (KC)

The role Miller was probably born to play. So good at getting to the quarterback and getting off blocks itís easy to forget heís been in the league for only a season and a half. Houston, who obviously entered the league as the same time as Miller, as slowly worked himself into one of the leagueís most intriguing pass rushers. He gets a lot of pressure, but the Chiefs love dropping him into coverage.

Cornerbacks: Brandon Flowers (KC) and Champ Bailey (DEN)

While Champ looks to be slowing down, heís still got it in him to match up with a teamís top receiver and limit his impact. Flowers has played better than this, but seems to have been impacted by the Chiefsí struggles. A fine player, nonetheless.

Safeties: Eric Weddle (SD) and Tyvon Branch (OAK)

Is Weddle the best safety in the game at the moment? The versatile Branch probably disagrees. As strong an area of this team as there is.

Special Teams

Kicker: Ryan Succop (KC)

Punter: Dustin Colquitt (KC)

Returner: Javier Areans (KC)

Special Teamer: Darrell Stuckey (SD)

L.A. Chieffan
10-31-2012, 11:11 AM
WE FUCKING OWN SPECIAL TEAMS BITCHES

bevischief
10-31-2012, 11:14 AM
Sad.

SNR
10-31-2012, 11:19 AM
HAHAHAHA! I told you years ago that Dustin > Britton, but you couldn't see reality through those gay ass Donk homer glasses of yours, Knowmo.

HOW MY ASS TASTE NOW? Bitch.

listopencil
10-31-2012, 11:23 AM
So on Offense they give DEN these spots:

QB, RB, WR, TE, LT, RT, OG.

They give KC the Center. Notice that the other WR is from SD. Bowe got "honorable mention." This does have the look of a popularity contest but it is what it is.

Von Dumbass
10-31-2012, 11:25 AM
HAHAHAHA! I told you years ago that Dustin > Britton, but you couldn't see reality through those gay ass Donk homer glasses of yours, Knowmo.

HOW MY ASS TASTE NOW? Bitch.
LMAO

Much like Cassel has ruined Baldwin. Peyton has ruined Britton. Our Colquitt never gets a chance to show what he can do :cuss:

QuikSsurfer
10-31-2012, 11:25 AM
Special teams, bitch ass nigguhs!

http://i.minus.com/iS0c5ckU52YWx.gif

Frosty
10-31-2012, 11:25 AM
They give KC the Center.

This must have been written before last Sunday.

mcaj22
10-31-2012, 11:27 AM
"He gets a lot of pressure, but the Chiefs love dropping him into coverage."


fire this fucking piece of shit coaching staff right now. Houston should be rushing every pass play

that stupid defense where they still make the other OLB the "utility" Mike Vrabel role is so useless. We have two pass rushers, use them you fucking idiots

SNR
10-31-2012, 11:28 AM
LMAO

Much like Cassel has ruined Baldwin. Peyton has ruined Britton. Our Colquitt never gets a chance to show what he can do :cuss:

True. It was just easier for Peyton to throw INTs earlier in the season than it was to get his special teamers dirty.

listopencil
10-31-2012, 11:29 AM
True. It was just easier for Peyton to throw INTs earlier in the season than it was to get his special teamers dirty.


A long INT on third down is like a good punt.

theelusiveeightrop
10-31-2012, 11:34 AM
Wow. Our defense is really good.

Easy 6
10-31-2012, 11:37 AM
I'm a PFF fan, but anyone who'd rather have mcgahee over Charles is clinically brain dead.

L.A. Chieffan
10-31-2012, 11:39 AM
I'm a PFF fan, but anyone who'd rather have mcgahee over Charles is clinically brain dead.

McGahee has been a playa this year homie.

Easy 6
10-31-2012, 11:41 AM
McGahee has been a playa this year homie.

Very good, but not great.

BossChief
10-31-2012, 11:41 AM
Mcgayhee is obviously better than Jamaal Charles.

duh

htismaqe
10-31-2012, 12:22 PM
"He gets a lot of pressure, but the Chiefs love dropping him into coverage."


fire this ****ing piece of shit coaching staff right now. Houston should be rushing every pass play

that stupid defense where they still make the other OLB the "utility" Mike Vrabel role is so useless. We have two pass rushers, use them you ****ing idiots

:clap:

Exactly what I thought when I read it.

whoman69
10-31-2012, 12:24 PM
Mcgayhee is obviously better than Jamaal Charles.

duh

Haven't seen Willis have two games with under 10 yards rushing.

SNR
10-31-2012, 01:43 PM
Haven't seen Willis have two games with under 10 yards rushing.

The hallmark of every truly great RB: did they ever put up stinker games because their team sucks fucking AIDS pus?

vailpass
10-31-2012, 01:48 PM
I'm a PFF fan, but anyone who'd rather have mcgahee over Charles is clinically brain dead.

What's the deal with Charles? Is he hurt?

Saccopoo
10-31-2012, 02:01 PM
I really wish we drafted Beadles instead of McCluster.

I get semi-irrate when I've watched him drive Glenn Dorsey all over the field the past two years.

Beadles/Konz/Hudson

would have been our interior offensive line if I was making the draft picks in the second round the past three drafts.

CoMoChief
10-31-2012, 02:14 PM
Lilja at center? LMAO

No Jamaal Charles? LMAO

Stupid list.

OctoberFart
10-31-2012, 02:20 PM
The ST player should be David Bruton for Denver. Everytime I'm forced to watch that crap team that guy is blocking a punt or blowing someone up on coverage.

Easy 6
10-31-2012, 02:28 PM
What's the deal with Charles? Is he hurt?

He's not hurt, he's just a diamond thats been jammed up a goats ass.

SNR
10-31-2012, 02:29 PM
What's the deal with Charles? Is he hurt?

Nobody knows. Especially Romeo.

HC_Chief
10-31-2012, 02:32 PM
chOakland has the best PK and punter. That is one area they are good at; the rest of the team blows (obviously).

Joe Seahawk
10-31-2012, 02:58 PM
NFC West: Russell wilson over Alex Smith, no Fitzgerald? ROFLROFL


Offense

Quarterback: Russell Wilson, SEA

Alex Smith looked set to have this position sewn up before his two horrible performances against the Giants and Seahawks made you realize the 49ersí offense, is instead, limited by him. Instead, Wilson has performed above expectations and finds himself looking like a Top 10 quarterback.

Running Back: Marshawn Lynch, SEA

While Frank Gore has impressed, Lynch has simply bulldozed his way to this spot. Heís already forced 28 missed tackles and is averaging 2.8 yards after contact per carry.

Fullback: Bruce Miller, SF

Michael Robinson may have the recognition, but Miller has been the best lead blocker in this division.

Tight End: Vernon Davis, SF

While hype has always followed Davis, this is comfortably the best weíve ever seen him play. Heís our second-ranked tight end and there isnít an area of his game that it isnít impressive.

Wide Receivers: Michael Crabtree, SF and Sidney Rice, SEA

No place for Larry Fitzgerald? Thatís what the Arizona offense has done, with the perennial All-Pro only able to catch 57.7% of balls thrown to him. Instead, Crabtree and Rice have taken the opportunities afforded to them with more consistent play.

Tackles: Joe Staley, SF and Anthony Davis, SF

No surprise to see the 49ersí duo here, though if Russell Okung can cut out the penalties and play the way he has been recently, he may challenge. As far as the 49ersí tackles are concerned, they are as good as any pair in the league.

Guards: Mike Iupati, SF and Alex Boone, SF

Another clean sweep for the 49ersí and itís not hard to see why ó Boone and Iupati have mauled their way through many a defensive line. Like their tackle teammates, as good a tandem as any in the league.

Center: Jonathan Goodwin, SF

While Max Unger has impressed, itís 5-for-5 for the 49ers in that they simply canít be matched in the NFC West. Goodwin is playing as well as he ever has.

Defense

Defensive Ends: Calais Campbell (ARZ) and Chris Clemons (SEA)

Itís been another fine start for the impressive Campbell; our second ranked 3-4 defensive end on the year. Heís a more rounded player than ever before and it shows. His partner will be Clemons who isnít the most reliable run defender, but his work as pass rushers includes causing 36 quarterback disruptions.

Defensive Tackle: Brandon Mebane (SEA) and Justin Smith (SF)

Itís cheating a bit to put Smith in at defensive tackle, but he plays there enough. His play has slipped from where it was at the past two years, but heís still hard to handle. Mebane has been far more dominant (outside of a horrid performance against the 49ers) and already has 19 defensive stops on the year.

Linebackers: Daryl Washington (ARZ), NaVorro Bowman (SF) and Patrick Willis (SF)

What a trio of linebackers this would be. The 49ers duo both made our Mid-Season All Pro Team, and in the process kept Washington out of the lineup. Thatís a player who has taken the quarterback down eight times already.

Cornerbacks: Richard Sherman (SEA) and Cortland Finnegan (SL)

While Patrick Peterson started the season off hot, and Tarell Brown is coming off a career game, the consistency of Sherman and Finnegan get them the nod. Sherman, who was also one of our Mid-Season All-Pros, has built on his fine rookie year, while Finnegan hasnít let getting paid affect his performance.

Safeties: Dashon Goldson (SF) and Kerry Rhodes (ARZ)

Kam Chancellor may feel aggrieved, but Goldson has finally lived up to the hype this year with more consistent play. Meanwhile, Rhodes has started turning in the kind of performances we remember from his earlier Jet days.

Special Teams

Kicker: Greg Zuerlein (SL)

Punter: Andy Lee (SF)

Returner: Leon Washington (SEA)

Special Teamer: Byron Maxwell (SEA)



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gblowfish
10-31-2012, 03:02 PM
Whoever wrote this is insane.
Lilja rolled about five snaps back to the QB Sunday. We lost to Baltimore because of a bad snap on the one yard line. Arenas fumbled a fair catch that turned the entire game Sunday. Jesus...

BossChief
10-31-2012, 03:02 PM
As far as Im concerned, they can limit Charles to 10 or less carries per game for the rest of the year.

That way, Geno Smith will have an elite running game to help take the pressure off him while he gets up to the speed of the NFL.

Pasta Giant Meatball
10-31-2012, 03:03 PM
Willis over Charles ROFLROFL
Tremens over Bowe ROFL

vailpass
10-31-2012, 04:04 PM
Willis over Charles ROFLROFL
Tremens over Bowe ROFL

Bowe is invisible. Charles is a mystery.
You may want to prepare yourself for the fact you won't be seeing them on many awards lists this year. It comes with having a down year.

milkman
10-31-2012, 06:42 PM
Whoever wrote this is insane.
Lilja rolled about five snaps back to the QB Sunday. We lost to Baltimore because of a bad snap on the one yard line. Arenas fumbled a fair catch that turned the entire game Sunday. Jesus...

Lilja clearly had issues against the Raiders, but the snap in the Baltimore game was fine.

That fumble was all on Cassel.

Bill Lundberg
10-31-2012, 06:49 PM
The fact that Lilja is playing center is another epic Pioli fail. We have a former guard playing center (who's never played center), a college guard playing left tackle, a college tackle playing right guard. WTF??

The God Hypothesis
10-31-2012, 06:57 PM
Special teams, bitch ass ****uhs!

http://i.minus.com/iS0c5ckU52YWx.gif

Wtf?! LMAO

MotherfuckerJones
10-31-2012, 07:18 PM
https://www.profootballfocus.com/blog/2012/10/31/mid-season-all-afc-west-team/

Offense

Quarterback: Peyton Manning (DEN)

It took a while for him to get going, but the signs are ominous for the rest of the NFL given how Manning has played recently. Heís a real difference-maker in this division.

Running Back: Willis McGahee (DEN) NOPE JAMAAL CHARLES IS WAY BETTER!! :mad:

His renaissance continues. The man with the 10th-most rushing yards in the NFL, also has our fourth-highest rushing grade.

Full Back: Marcel Reece (OAK)

So heís not your traditional lead blocker. What he offers as a receiver canít really be ignored.

Tight End: Jacob Tamme (DEN)

While Joel Dreessen has got more early-down work, Tamme has made his presence felt in the passing game.

Wide Receivers: Malcom Floyd (SD) and DeMaryius Thomas (DEN)

While Dwayne Bowe deserves plaudits for how heís performed with those quarterbacks, and Brandon Stokley has been mighty impressive from the slot, itís Floyd and Thomas who get the call as our starters. Floyd is drawing more attention than ever before and still making plays, while Thomas has overcome a fumbling problem to strike fear into the hearts of secondaries everywhere.

Tackles: Ryan Clady (DEN) and Orlando Franklin (DEN) Branden Albert is far better than Clady :mad:

There was some competition at both spots from the Chiefsí tackles, but ultimately the more successful Broncos edged their peers. Clady, in particular, has stood out ó he has given up just two quarterback hits and three hurries all year.

Guards: Zane Beadles (DEN) and Louis Vasquez (SD)

The knock on effect of Peyton Manning coming to town has seen the Denver line looked far more assured. No one illustrates that as much as Beadles. While in San Diego, the team may be struggling but Vasquez (who has always put together streaks of good play) is enjoying one of his longest to date.

Center: Ryan Lilja (KC)

Lilja was playing well at guard before moving to the center spot. How did he respond? Well, heís made this team hasnít he.

Defense

Defensive Line: Corey Liuget (SD), Aubrayo Franklin (SD) and Richard Seymour (OAK)

Weíve gone for a 3-4 here so Seymour returns to an end position. Here he is joined by one of the only nose tackles in the league playing halfway decent (Franklin), and the improving Liuget, who looked out of his depth as a rookie but has taken a big step forward this year.

Inside Linebackers: Philip Wheeler (OAK) and Derrick Johnson (KC)

Johnson is starting to find his best form after injuries slowed him at the start of the year. Former Colt Wheeler, on the other hand, has been a revelation and is earning himself a big deal come the end of the year.

Outside Linebackers: Von Miller (DEN) and Justin Houston (KC)

The role Miller was probably born to play. So good at getting to the quarterback and getting off blocks itís easy to forget heís been in the league for only a season and a half. Houston, who obviously entered the league as the same time as Miller, as slowly worked himself into one of the leagueís most intriguing pass rushers. He gets a lot of pressure, but the Chiefs love dropping him into coverage.

Cornerbacks: Brandon Flowers (KC) and Champ Bailey (DEN)

While Champ looks to be slowing down, heís still got it in him to match up with a teamís top receiver and limit his impact. Flowers has played better than this, but seems to have been impacted by the Chiefsí struggles. A fine player, nonetheless.

Safeties: Eric Weddle (SD) and Tyvon Branch (OAK)

Is Weddle the best safety in the game at the moment? The versatile Branch probably disagrees. As strong an area of this team as there is.

Special Teams

Kicker: Ryan Succop (KC)

Punter: Dustin Colquitt (KC)

Returner: Javier Areans (KC)

Special Teamer: Darrell Stuckey (SD)

Fixed it