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Who ya got?
Cutler, Forte, Marshall
11%
 11%  [ 11 ]
Vick, McCoy, Maclin
1%
 1%  [ 1 ]
Flacco, Rice, Smith
13%
 13%  [ 13 ]
Schaub, Foster, Johnson
49%
 49%  [ 46 ]
Ryan, Turner, White
4%
 4%  [ 4 ]
Romo, Murray, Bryant
4%
 4%  [ 4 ]
Smith, Gore, Crabtree
3%
 3%  [ 3 ]
Other
11%
 11%  [ 11 ]
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 15, 2012 12:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

By the same token, Bradshaw is having a great year as well. Look at the stats.
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Houston.

Then honestly I'd take Ponder-Peterson-Harvin as my next selection.
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Texans by a mile
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 15, 2012 8:56 am    Post subject: Re: Who are the Best Tripletts in the NFL today Reply with quote

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So I got to thinking about this laying in my bed this morning. The best, most consistent offenses of the superbowl era have been balanced offenses. This goes all the way back to Staubach, Dorsett, Hayes w/ Cowboys and Bradshaw, Harris, Swann w/ the Steelers. So who are today's tripletts?

I'm a bit biased obviously, but I'll take the Bears w/ a top 10 QB, a top 5 RB, and a maybe top 5 WR.


Marshall isn't a Top 5 WR, Cutler isn't a Top 10 QB, Forte isn't a Top 5 RB. That's grossly overrating the Bears.

Atlanta is the easy choice for me.
I said Marshall is a maybe top 5 WR, I'd actually put him in the 6-8 range. Cutler is a top 10 QB, name 10 better. Forte is most assuredly a top 5 RB, if you don't believe that, you haven't been paying attn for awhile.


Marshall I'll agree. He hovers around that area.

10 better than Cutler? Rodgers, Eli, Peyton, Brady, Brees, Ryan, Stafford, Roethlisberger, Rivers, Dalton, Schaub...if we're going off this year I would say those guys have outperformed Cutler/are better than him.

Top 5 RB for Forte? Foster, Peterson, Charles, Rice, McCoy...there's 5 right there.

The Bears have good collective talent on the offense, I won't deny that. I'd put them #2 in this poll though.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 15, 2012 9:14 am    Post subject: Re: Who are the Best Tripletts in the NFL today Reply with quote

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Superman(DH23) wrote:
broncos67 wrote:
Superman(DH23) wrote:
So I got to thinking about this laying in my bed this morning. The best, most consistent offenses of the superbowl era have been balanced offenses. This goes all the way back to Staubach, Dorsett, Hayes w/ Cowboys and Bradshaw, Harris, Swann w/ the Steelers. So who are today's tripletts?

I'm a bit biased obviously, but I'll take the Bears w/ a top 10 QB, a top 5 RB, and a maybe top 5 WR.


Marshall isn't a Top 5 WR, Cutler isn't a Top 10 QB, Forte isn't a Top 5 RB. That's grossly overrating the Bears.

Atlanta is the easy choice for me.
I said Marshall is a maybe top 5 WR, I'd actually put him in the 6-8 range. Cutler is a top 10 QB, name 10 better. Forte is most assuredly a top 5 RB, if you don't believe that, you haven't been paying attn for awhile.


Marshall I'll agree. He hovers around that area.

10 better than Cutler? Rodgers, Eli, Peyton, Brady, Brees, Ryan, Stafford, Roethlisberger, Rivers, Dalton, Schaub...if we're going off this year I would say those guys have outperformed Cutler/are better than him.

Top 5 RB for Forte? Foster, Peterson, Charles, Rice, McCoy...there's 5 right there.

The Bears have good collective talent on the offense, I won't deny that. I'd put them #2 in this poll though.
Did you really just put Stafford & Dalton ahead of Cutler? Really? Have you paid any attention to the game at all this year. I know everyone wanted to crown Stafford elite after last year but he's thrown just 4 TDs to 5 INTs, and the fact he has CJ to throw it to make it inexcusable. It's not like he's completing a real high% of throws either. Andy Dalton is a much better argument, but his #s are regressing, not getting better.

Going all the way back to Week 5 last year Cutler is 9-1 as a starter. He had one real bad game, and there's no denying it was a bad game where he threw 4 INTs, He also only threw 1 TD in that game. Outside of that 1 game he's thrown 6 TDs to 3 INTs. He's currently 7-7 and unlike Stafford and Dalton he's #s are progressing, not regressing. He also has a 7.8 ypa compared to Stafford's 6.8 ypa. Stafford has not played as well as Cutler has this year by any stretch of the imagination.

As for the top 5 RBs there's Peterson and there's everybody else. Charles has been outstanding so he belongs in the top 5. Everyone else is in the conversation. Rice, Forte, McCoy are all similar in that they are complete backs who never have to leave the field. Now Forte is in a different situation than those 2 b/c he has a great backup in Bush who could also be a feature back, but notice that nobody but you disputed Forte is a top 5 RB, that tends to be the case when you get to 6000 yfs faster than Gale Sayers, and you were leading the league in rushing and yfs thru 11 games before injury last year.
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Foster isn't top 3. I'd take Rice, Mccoy, Peterson, and Jones-Drew over him.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 15, 2012 1:53 pm    Post subject: Re: Who are the Best Tripletts in the NFL today Reply with quote

Superman(DH23) wrote:
broncos67 wrote:
Superman(DH23) wrote:
So I got to thinking about this laying in my bed this morning. The best, most consistent offenses of the superbowl era have been balanced offenses. This goes all the way back to Staubach, Dorsett, Hayes w/ Cowboys and Bradshaw, Harris, Swann w/ the Steelers. So who are today's tripletts?

I'm a bit biased obviously, but I'll take the Bears w/ a top 10 QB, a top 5 RB, and a maybe top 5 WR.


Marshall isn't a Top 5 WR, Cutler isn't a Top 10 QB, Forte isn't a Top 5 RB. That's grossly overrating the Bears.

Atlanta is the easy choice for me.
I said Marshall is a maybe top 5 WR, I'd actually put him in the 6-8 range. Cutler is a top 10 QB, name 10 better. Forte is most assuredly a top 5 RB, if you don't believe that, you haven't been paying attn for awhile.


No order:
Rodgers
Brady
Peyton
Brees
Eli
Roethlisberger
Ryan
Rivers
Griffin III
Schaub
Romo
Flacco

There is 12 right there. And one could argue Stafford, Luck, Bradford, Newton, etc. Cutler sucks. Million dollar arm, ten cent brain.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 15, 2012 2:05 pm    Post subject: Re: Who are the Best Tripletts in the NFL today Reply with quote

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Superman(DH23) wrote:
broncos67 wrote:
Superman(DH23) wrote:
So I got to thinking about this laying in my bed this morning. The best, most consistent offenses of the superbowl era have been balanced offenses. This goes all the way back to Staubach, Dorsett, Hayes w/ Cowboys and Bradshaw, Harris, Swann w/ the Steelers. So who are today's tripletts?

I'm a bit biased obviously, but I'll take the Bears w/ a top 10 QB, a top 5 RB, and a maybe top 5 WR.


Marshall isn't a Top 5 WR, Cutler isn't a Top 10 QB, Forte isn't a Top 5 RB. That's grossly overrating the Bears.

Atlanta is the easy choice for me.
I said Marshall is a maybe top 5 WR, I'd actually put him in the 6-8 range. Cutler is a top 10 QB, name 10 better. Forte is most assuredly a top 5 RB, if you don't believe that, you haven't been paying attn for awhile.


No order:
Rodgers
Brady
Peyton
Brees
Eli
Roethlisberger
Ryan
Rivers
Griffin III
Schaub
Romo
Flacco

There is 12 right there. And one could argue Stafford, Luck, Bradford, Newton, etc. Cutler sucks. Million dollar arm, ten cent brain.
Sucks so bad 29-16 w/ the Bears as a starter, 9-1 in the last 10 games. People need to realize every QB has an occasional bad game. Jay has a lot more great games than bad ones, his bad ones just tend to be REALLY bad.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 15, 2012 2:59 pm    Post subject: Re: Who are the Best Tripletts in the NFL today Reply with quote

Superman(DH23) wrote:
renndawg37 wrote:
Superman(DH23) wrote:
broncos67 wrote:
Superman(DH23) wrote:
So I got to thinking about this laying in my bed this morning. The best, most consistent offenses of the superbowl era have been balanced offenses. This goes all the way back to Staubach, Dorsett, Hayes w/ Cowboys and Bradshaw, Harris, Swann w/ the Steelers. So who are today's tripletts?

I'm a bit biased obviously, but I'll take the Bears w/ a top 10 QB, a top 5 RB, and a maybe top 5 WR.


Marshall isn't a Top 5 WR, Cutler isn't a Top 10 QB, Forte isn't a Top 5 RB. That's grossly overrating the Bears.

Atlanta is the easy choice for me.
I said Marshall is a maybe top 5 WR, I'd actually put him in the 6-8 range. Cutler is a top 10 QB, name 10 better. Forte is most assuredly a top 5 RB, if you don't believe that, you haven't been paying attn for awhile.


No order:
Rodgers
Brady
Peyton
Brees
Eli
Roethlisberger
Ryan
Rivers
Griffin III
Schaub
Romo
Flacco

There is 12 right there. And one could argue Stafford, Luck, Bradford, Newton, etc. Cutler sucks. Million dollar arm, ten cent brain.
Sucks so bad 29-16 w/ the Bears as a starter, 9-1 in the last 10 games. People need to realize every QB has an occasional bad game. Jay has a lot more great games than bad ones, his bad ones just tend to be REALLY bad.


Let's not act like the Bears stellar defense doesn't help mask some of Cutler's bad games. Just for kicks, lets look at some of his stats in these 9 wins...

STL- W 23-6- 17/31 183 YDS 0 TD, 1 INT
DET- W 19-9 9/19 123 YDS 0 TD, 0 INT
TB- W 24-18 17/32 226 YDS 1 TD, 2 INT
CAR- W 34-29 9/17 102 YDS 0 TD, 1 INT

And those are just the abysmal games. There's some average ones in there, and yes, some dominant ones too, but Jay is all over the place. His erratic play coupled with what's between his ears will prevent him from being an elite QB. Trust me, I know as well as any Bears fan. He played for my team too once.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 15, 2012 3:16 pm    Post subject: Re: Who are the Best Tripletts in the NFL today Reply with quote

broncos67 wrote:
Superman(DH23) wrote:
renndawg37 wrote:
Superman(DH23) wrote:
broncos67 wrote:
Superman(DH23) wrote:
So I got to thinking about this laying in my bed this morning. The best, most consistent offenses of the superbowl era have been balanced offenses. This goes all the way back to Staubach, Dorsett, Hayes w/ Cowboys and Bradshaw, Harris, Swann w/ the Steelers. So who are today's tripletts?

I'm a bit biased obviously, but I'll take the Bears w/ a top 10 QB, a top 5 RB, and a maybe top 5 WR.


Marshall isn't a Top 5 WR, Cutler isn't a Top 10 QB, Forte isn't a Top 5 RB. That's grossly overrating the Bears.

Atlanta is the easy choice for me.
I said Marshall is a maybe top 5 WR, I'd actually put him in the 6-8 range. Cutler is a top 10 QB, name 10 better. Forte is most assuredly a top 5 RB, if you don't believe that, you haven't been paying attn for awhile.


No order:
Rodgers
Brady
Peyton
Brees
Eli
Roethlisberger
Ryan
Rivers
Griffin III
Schaub
Romo
Flacco

There is 12 right there. And one could argue Stafford, Luck, Bradford, Newton, etc. Cutler sucks. Million dollar arm, ten cent brain.
Sucks so bad 29-16 w/ the Bears as a starter, 9-1 in the last 10 games. People need to realize every QB has an occasional bad game. Jay has a lot more great games than bad ones, his bad ones just tend to be REALLY bad.


Let's not act like the Bears stellar defense doesn't help mask some of Cutler's bad games. Just for kicks, lets look at some of his stats in these 9 wins...

STL- W 23-6- 17/31 183 YDS 0 TD, 1 INT
DET- W 19-9 9/19 123 YDS 0 TD, 0 INT
TB- W 24-18 17/32 226 YDS 1 TD, 2 INT
CAR- W 34-29 9/17 102 YDS 0 TD, 1 INT

And those are just the abysmal games. There's some average ones in there, and yes, some dominant ones too, but Jay is all over the place. His erratic play coupled with what's between his ears will prevent him from being an elite QB. Trust me, I know as well as any Bears fan. He played for my team too once.
the STL game the INT wasn't even his fault as it was a tipped ball that bounced off a defenders shoe. And what was that same Bears' team record w/o Jay that was 7-3 before his injury? And what Detroit game are you referencing? They won 37-13 not 19-9. CAR wasn't in that 10 game stretch I'm referring to. And TB neither of those INTs were on Jay, who played a great game if you actually watched it.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 15, 2012 5:02 pm    Post subject: Re: Who are the Best Tripletts in the NFL today Reply with quote

Superman(DH23) wrote:
renndawg37 wrote:
Superman(DH23) wrote:
broncos67 wrote:
Superman(DH23) wrote:
So I got to thinking about this laying in my bed this morning. The best, most consistent offenses of the superbowl era have been balanced offenses. This goes all the way back to Staubach, Dorsett, Hayes w/ Cowboys and Bradshaw, Harris, Swann w/ the Steelers. So who are today's tripletts?

I'm a bit biased obviously, but I'll take the Bears w/ a top 10 QB, a top 5 RB, and a maybe top 5 WR.


Marshall isn't a Top 5 WR, Cutler isn't a Top 10 QB, Forte isn't a Top 5 RB. That's grossly overrating the Bears.

Atlanta is the easy choice for me.
I said Marshall is a maybe top 5 WR, I'd actually put him in the 6-8 range. Cutler is a top 10 QB, name 10 better. Forte is most assuredly a top 5 RB, if you don't believe that, you haven't been paying attn for awhile.


No order:
Rodgers
Brady
Peyton
Brees
Eli
Roethlisberger
Ryan
Rivers
Griffin III
Schaub
Romo
Flacco

There is 12 right there. And one could argue Stafford, Luck, Bradford, Newton, etc. Cutler sucks. Million dollar arm, ten cent brain.
Sucks so bad 29-16 w/ the Bears as a starter, 9-1 in the last 10 games. People need to realize every QB has an occasional bad game. Jay has a lot more great games than bad ones, his bad ones just tend to be REALLY bad.


He has a VERY good team around him, minus the offensive line. Talk about giving one guy way too much credit.

Matt Cassell went 11-5, does that make him a great/top 10 QB?
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The Houston trio.
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We probably edge it simply on name recognition now. I hate to say it but after this season I don't foresee too many people putting Andre Johnson in their top 3 WRs. Schaub is a top 10 QB in most peoples eyes, and Foster can be found anywhere from 1st to 6th on RB lists.
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Aaron Rodgers, Jordy Nelson.....James Jones?

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