Who is the best linebacker in the NFL today?

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    As a cretin, that's the best he can do.
     
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    Reviewing the 2007 draft where Willis was taken at 11, its interesting to see that Miami took Ted Ginn two spots before, also leaving Darrell Reevis on the table.  

    Just to see that, in hindsight, we're not the only team making the occasional bad draft day decisions.

     
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    Ask it another way, if you could take any LB and put him in a Pats unie, who would it be?  For me, it's Ware and it's not really close. 
     
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    All you do is give worthless answers that aren't funny, so stop.
     
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    I know most people on here know absolutely nothing about sports , let alone football , but Willis/Ware ... really thats all you got? And the only person that gave a serious answer was Laz. Someone ask you a q's and all you got is , " go watch youtube " ... LOL are you f'in serious. You call yourselves football fans , " go watch youtube " , I love it , priceless ... GREAT JOB!
     
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    And the person who started the thread actually had the nerve to ask you to explain yourself , what an azzhole huh? What was he thinking , doesnt he know he's on the Pats side? Where people have no clue and get there info. from Sportscenter.
     
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    I do contribute things besides garbage, I just feel like giving some great athletes and a singer some well deserved praise. I hate you.
     
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    O.K....As of TO-day (meaning-this very moment): So say, I'm runnin a 3-4 D, Many on here are absolutely dead-on with 2 positions, 2 players whom I want locked in stone as mainstays:  Patrick Willis & Demarcus Ware. First off (besides quality of play), A1, I need some guys that I can buil a team of the future around, LONG-term.  I need guys hopefully UNDER 30 years old...guys with several seasons left on their bodies. Now, I want Demarcus Ware at SAM (Strongside OLB) for a few reasons:  WHY not weakside OLB, the pass-rushing specialist?  Well, I want my Strongside guy at the bare minimum, 6'3 and above 260lbs, in order to set the edge best on that wider expanse of the field.  I want him with a total & complete game set of skills-Run Stopper (big, stout enough), Pass Defender (fast in open field, good at pass coverage), and then in that ideal world, I want HIM too, to be a pass-rushing threat.  Ware is still like 27 yo, or something.  6'4, just above 260lbs, This guy's coverage skills, ability to set an edge are simply top-notch, and man having a guy with above 10 Sacks in all but his first season, simply is cake.  Overall, I DO know of smaller guys with lesser TOTAL skill-sets, who can man that weakside OLB spot (a place Ware could line up also), but I DON'T know of a guy equal to Ware who could line-up at Strongside...so he goes here period. Let's jjust bang Patrick Willis outta the way, cause this dude's goin' somewhere Inside...the big question is whether He's lining up @ JACK (weakside ILB) or MIKE (strongside ILB)- (also I know the names differ in NE's Defense somewhat, but standard terms apply here)...  So look, even THOUGH I once recall Willis stating in some interview once awhile back, that he actually LIKED and REVELED in taking on Offensive Lineman (like a strongside ILB is more prone to do in order to free up the weaksie ILB for the tackle), I'm STILL placing Willis @ JACK, the WILB spot).  Here's WHY:  Willis is still roughly only 6'1 and something like 245lbs or just under...  Willis CAN do it all, and he'll be asked to, since in a 3-4 even with that Strongside ILB, He'll still be seeing more and freer O-Lineman in his direction.  Also, I don't want Willis @ 6'1 and some 5'11-6'0 guy BOTH in the middle...I want a lil' more girth and weight in the middle of the field there...  Willis can cover, blitz, and He'll now in my 3-4 D Dream, Be less impeded to knock the fillings outta a ball carrier.  Also, Dude's been in the league for only like 3 years, so the age thing is ideal... Moving On to Weakside OLB (WILL)...pass-rushing specialist.  Wow- Dis here's an extremely tough one.  Finding an under 30 year old NFL player who's a sack machine at OLB is sorta hard.  Finding an under 30 yo old who can also cover the pass, Is much tougher...BUT, Finding an under 30 year old OLB who is NOT UNDER-sized (and do ALL the above) is somewhat problematic here for me...  I absolutely NEED my weakside OLB to be Defensively versatile, and NOT the other way around...I NEED to be able to have my Defense give different looks, and NOT in any way be BOTH single player HAVING to line-up somewhere (to use his very specific qualities and skill-set).  In the same sense, I Do NOT want some Tully Banta-Cain on the weakside spot, who CAN be a somewhat decent enough pass-rushing threat, but who IS a negative when the ball is being run to his side of the field.  I'M exploiting the Offense, and I ain't having it the other way around people, with the Offensive Play Calling exploiting me, by exploiting the limited skill-set of one'a MY players...No Way.       So who do we got?  You say, "Elvis Dumervil", and at 5'11, I'll laugh in your face.  6'2 about 260lbs and with wear and tear left on their tenure in the league...  O.k., as Uttterly and ridddiculously painful as this is for me to say, James Harrison is out...and he's probably my favorite OLB in a 3-4 in the league the past fw seasons.  Harrison is physical, smart, smart and smart.  He's a leader and had right abouts 10+ Sack average the past few years, and he CAN cover very, very well...But god, It's his something like 7 forced fumbles a year which I LOVE...  ALL these other guys wanna do the big things: Big hit, Big Sack Big INT...Harrison KNOWS that an unheralded break-up of a pass, or simply stopping a ball-carrier, or stripping the ball, IS a huge play that you WON'T see on ESPN (you'll just get the Win).  So upon me lauding Harrison's skill and team-play, @ 32 years old and @ roughly 6'0 and just over 240lbs (gulp), He's gonna slow down soon and I DO want a bit better size to set the edge on a run (this hurt).      2 choices: LaMarr Woodley & Terrel Suggs...It's their job to lose.  Both roughly the same size: 6'3 260 for Suggs and 6'2 and 265 for Woodley, Imho Sugga has ust a bit better total game in all aspects (excellent at pass-coverage imo and very good at stopping the run)...but (and this another tough call)- I'm taking Woodley.  I DO need a pass-rushing threat at this spot and Suggs looks pretty darn good, but His average of about 8 or 9 sacks a year simply doesn't sell me as much as Woodley's 13.5 and 11.5 Sacks the past 2 years.  Woodley has only played 3 years thus far (more time still to play), and Suggs has played about 7 or so.  Woodley=BIG backfield threat, Over 60 TTs the past 2 season, longer time to play, decent in coverage (but not as good as Suggs)...  LaMarr Woodley is my WILL (3-4 weakside OLB). Finishing my usual hour long post, We got the MIKE to deal with (3-4 Strongside ILB).  I'm dead-set on 2 choices here.  Look, again I really have to get a guy who can play smashmouth with an O-Lineman in order to free up Patrick Willis to crush the ball-carrier, 6'2 and abouts 250lbs...And I absolutely NEED that team defense that IS versatile, so No 2-down big dude who can ONLY be in on running downs.  I want a big SILB who can cover too ideally...Under 30 yo makes this an almost impossibility, right?        The Choices are clear, and the answer is even clearer...Ray Lewis and Brian Urlaher.  2 years ago I woulda went with Ray Lewis manning the MIKE as an over half a decade long choice of mine...But Lewis is slowing down (I know, I know- IF Seau can play SILB until 60, Lewis can too), But Leis has 4 more seasons of wear on his body than 32 year old Urlacher.  Find me a SILB under 30 who's STILL maintaining such an excelled level of play as rlacher, and I'll renege on my Under-30 yo stipulation...  Until then it's Urlacher.  Over 100 TTs a season, about 7 PDef's a year, can still throw in 4 sacks (at ILB!) a year (8 sacks last year), and @ 6'4 and 258lbs, well...enough said.       
    Posted by LazarusintheSanatorium

    Laz for President!

     
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    This is the last time I respond to you, because you clearly aren't on this board to give discussions about football.
     
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    Neither are you.
     
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    Thank ya kindly One, and Nick... Mighty and Patssoxfan, lol- IF you even think that Obama's Healthcare plan which he sent towards Congress as a mere 2000 page read, wait'll they get a taste of MY writing...2000 pages-pssh...child's play.  PatFan 24-7, I too, thought about Beason...simply an excellent all-around MIKE, but Imo, He's far more gifted to play in a 4-3 (is that what Carolina plays...now I'm unsure).  Still, greater point being that I want Willis at Weak Inside Linebacker (JACK); And not because I DON'T believe Patrick Willis could play either Strongside OR Weakside Inside backer...I think he can.  But IMO, Beason is one'a the guys I'm talking about who's an ideal fit himself to play the JACK spot (WILB), but I don't feel as good teaming 1 6'1 240lb guy at the Strongsidespot coupled with a guy wom I believe? is even smaller than Willis @ weakside...  In other words, For MY 3-4 dual ILBs, IF anything I feel safer teaming Willis with Urlacher (weak-strongside), than I do teaming Beason with Willis (weak-strongside)...  

    I'd be only "potentially" getting a equal form tacklers and maybe 2 guys that are only a shade better @ pass-coverage in the open field with a Beason/Willis combo)-
         But I personally feel that I'd be giving up too much girth and weight in the middle against a run with Beason/Willis, and far less girth to make an impact behind the LOS with Willis/Beason's smaller size than I'd have with the Urlacher/Willis combo to take on O-lineman far better (in a 3-4 D), getting through the line a little better, and roughly equaling the same output against the passing attack...
         Urlacher as a SILB still has enough speed to cover the TE/scat-back on a passing down (although Willis @ SILB could do it better), But the repercussion is that IN a passing down scenario, In 1 case I'd end up with Beason all alone covering the entire middle of the field (with Willis covering a TE/RB for a pass, or blitzing through the middle @ the QB), OR I could have Willis all alone covering the Inside of the field (with Urlacher either covering the TE/RB for a pass OR blitzing through the middle of O-Lineman @ the QB)... 

    End result's the same:  I personally, am more comfortable that IF it's a play action draw play (for instance), either Willis OR Beason's NOW all alone in the middle, and with ONLY 3 down defensive lineman to eat up O-Lineman...I'd worry about Beason's ability to shed a good block & take on the ball-carrier (or even get through the O-lineman himself), MUCH MORE than I'd be concerned with leaving Willis instead, alone to get that ball-carrier, and/or get through the O-line in order to get in the backfield... 

     
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    Listen I love Willis , but like everything else you guys dont have a clue and just repeat what you hear in the media ... LOL or from LAZ. It never fails to amaze me , you guys cant come up w/ your own opinion or an original thought , so you just regurgitate what everyone else says. Its really pretty pathetic and sad! You know how you can tell that someone doesnt have a clue what their talking in terms of the ILB/OLB position? They use the tackle stat to justify their arguement , the tackle stat might be the most overrated and bloated stat in all of sports. Ray Lewis has been one of my favorite players since he broke into the league in 96' , LOL but he benifits from your own team giving out the stats more than anyone. He'll have 12 tackles on Sunday and 15 on Monday. I love stats and love the tackle stat , but when talking about whos the best 'backer in the league the tackle stat should be the 3rd/4th reason. Listen all Im saying is explain your answer , if you think Willis is the best ILB in todays game , fine. Tell us why he is , otherwise you kinda look like a tool , just repeating what every other person on this site says. And lets be honest 95% of them are just saying it because thats what they heard on NFL Live ... what a putrid show LOL. I love Willis , great instincts , unbelievable skill set and the guy plays w/ unmatched passion. I mean this kid has a crazy amount of talent that will have him breaking and setting records for the next 10 years. Plus I love the fact that hes an absolute warrior in the weight room and trains like a beast , like most NFL players. But he does have flaws ... like every other human LOL. I think his awareness can use some work , in terms of just moving on to the next play and letting the last one go. Or vice versa , not looking to far ahead in the game. Id like to see him improve a little more in coverage and believe it or not I think he can improve on hitting hole a little harder , a little quicker. For my money Ryans gets there a little faster and Ray Ray hits it as hard as anyone , even in his 30's.
     
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    Listen I love Willis , but like everything else you guys dont have a clue and just repeat what you hear in the media ... LOL or from LAZ.

    To one-time and ALL:

    Yo, pay attention
    And listen real closely how I break this slang stuff down
    Check it, my smoke is my lye 
    When I'm lifted, I' feelin' mighty kind 
    With new clothes on, I'm fly
    Cars is whips and sneakers is kicks
    Money is chips, movies is flicks
    Also, cribs is homes, jacks is pay phones
    And got's ta know, cigarettes is bones
    A radio is a box, sharp steel be an ox
    Fat diamonds is rocks and a jake is a cop
    And if you got rubbed, you got stuck
    You got shot, you got bucked
    And if you got double-crossed, you got F'd up
    Your bankroll is your poke, a hold is a yoke
    A kite is a note, a con is a pope
    And if you got punched that mean you got snuffed
    To clean is to buff, One-time be Five-O frontin' tough
    And you look twice, He puts ya in da cuff
    But @ BDC, It's now a poster who says some real stuff
    An' from now on, Dey gettin' a shout a' Laz's love
     
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    I talk with slang and I'ma never stop speakin' it
    "Speak with criminal slang"
    That's just the way that I talk, yo
    Vocabulary spills, I'm ill
     
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    Listen I love Willis , but like everything else you guys dont have a clue and just repeat what you hear in the media ... LOL or from LAZ. It never fails to amaze me , you guys cant come up w/ your own opinion or an original thought , so you just regurgitate what everyone else says. Its really pretty pathetic and sad! ...Posted by ONE-TIME


    Hey here's something that didn't come from the media or Laz and is certifiably my opinion and only my opinion: you're a self-important idiot whose only evident skill is the ability to trash talk on a message board.  Apparently "one time" is the nickname your ex-girlfriend gave you and it's stuck.
     
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    Reviewing the 2007 draft where Willis was taken at 11, its interesting to see that Miami took Ted Ginn two spots before, also leaving Darrell Reevis on the table.   Just to see that, in hindsight, we're not the only team making the occasional bad draft day decisions.
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    just a reminder...that was cam cameron picking up ginn and his family...maybe one of the worst non-qb picks in the top 10 of all time
     
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    Listen I love Willis , but like everything else you guys dont have a clue and just repeat what you hear in the media ... LOL or from LAZ . To one-time and ALL : Yo, pay attention And listen real closely how I break this slang stuff down Check it, my smoke is my lye  When I'm lifted, I' feelin' mighty kind  With new clothes on, I'm fly Cars is whips and sneakers is kicks Money is chips, movies is flicks Also, cribs is homes, jacks is pay phones And got's ta know, cigarettes is bones A radio is a box, sharp steel be an ox Fat diamonds is rocks and a jake is a cop And if you got rubbed, you got stuck You got shot, you got bucked And if you got double-crossed, you got F'd up Your bankroll is your poke, a hold is a yoke A kite is a note, a con is a pope And if you got punched that mean you got snuffed To clean is to buff, One-time be Five-O frontin' tough And you look twice, He puts ya in da cuff But @ BDC, It's now a poster who says some real stuff An' from now on, Dey gettin' a shout a' Laz's love   I know you like the way I'm freakin' it I talk with slang and I'ma never stop speakin' it "Speak with criminal slang" That's just the way that I talk, yo Vocabulary spills, I'm ill
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    whoa on the block show ya right!!!  good looks!!
     
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    LOL Yea ok Muzzy , hey I actually gave an opinion ... and one that didnt come from PTI or sports radio. You dont think its a little sad that someone asked the q's " whos the best backer in todays game " and all EVERYONE said was Willis. And no-one gave any legitimate reasons as to why they thought so. Thats pathetic if you ask me. This is sports site , which means theres suppose to be people that know sports. Instead all there are is meatheads like you. Listen almost every person on this thread gave the same answer and gave no good reasons as to why they thought so. Im sorry , but thats sad. Unlike you I actually watch football and can say that IMHO Ryans hit the hole harder , is better reading/reconizing a play before it develops and is more valuable to his D than Willis. Willis plays on a very underrated D w/ 2 extremely good DTs. Thats what you call an original thought/opinion... Now you try , but only if your head doesnt hurt after that first thought! There really is no right answer for this and Im not saying Willis isnt , one can make a great arguement for him. I just havent heard one on here besides LAZ. If you think Wiliis is the best backer in todays game , fine , no problem , just explain yourself. I wouldnt expect that from you considering that would take some thinking.
     
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    Listen I love Willis , but like everything else you guys dont have a clue and just repeat what you hear in the media ... LOL or from LAZ. It never fails to amaze me , you guys cant come up w/ your own opinion or an original thought , so you just regurgitate what everyone else says. Its really pretty pathetic and sad! You know how you can tell that someone doesnt have a clue what their talking in terms of the ILB/OLB position? They use the tackle stat to justify their arguement , the tackle stat might be the most overrated and bloated stat in all of sports. Ray Lewis has been one of my favorite players since he broke into the league in 96' , LOL but he benifits from your own team giving out the stats more than anyone. He'll have 12 tackles on Sunday and 15 on Monday. I love stats and love the tackle stat , but when talking about whos the best 'backer in the league the tackle stat should be the 3rd/4th reason. Listen all Im saying is explain your answer , if you think Willis is the best ILB in todays game , fine. Tell us why he is , otherwise you kinda look like a tool , just repeating what every other person on this site says. And lets be honest 95% of them are just saying it because thats what they heard on NFL Live ... what a putrid show LOL. I love Willis , great instincts , unbelievable skill set and the guy plays w/ unmatched passion. I mean this kid has a crazy amount of talent that will have him breaking and setting records for the next 10 years. Plus I love the fact that hes an absolute warrior in the weight room and trains like a beast , like most NFL players. But he does have flaws ... like every other human LOL. I think his awareness can use some work , in terms of just moving on to the next play and letting the last one go. Or vice versa , not looking to far ahead in the game. Id like to see him improve a little more in coverage and believe it or not I think he can improve on hitting hole a little harder , a little quicker. For my money Ryans gets there a little faster and Ray Ray hits it as hard as anyone , even in his 30's.
    Posted by ONE-TIME


    Wait, you're calling us idiots who regurgitate what the media tells us to think, then you tell us that a washed up 36yo linebacker is the best in the league?

    G*F*Y

    Watch some game film of Willis, boy.  He's everything that Ray Lewis used to be, only faster.
     
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    happy wednesday
     
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    Celtics 12345 =
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    he doesn't seem to get the meesage he's a troll
     
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    [QUOTE]LOL Yea ok Muzzy , hey I actually gave an opinion ... and one that didnt come from PTI or sports radio. You dont think its a little sad that someone asked the q's " whos the best backer in todays game " and all EVERYONE said was Willis. And no-one gave any legitimate reasons as to why they thought so. Thats pathetic if you ask me. This is sports site , which means theres suppose to be people that know sports. Instead all there are is meatheads like you. Listen almost every person on this thread gave the same answer and gave no good reasons as to why they thought so. Im sorry , but thats sad. Unlike you I actually watch football and can say that IMHO Ryans hit the hole harder , is better reading/reconizing a play before it develops and is more valuable to his D than Willis. Willis plays on a very underrated D w/ 2 extremely good DTs. Thats what you call an original thought/opinion... Now you try , but only if your head doesnt hurt after that first thought! There really is no right answer for this and Im not saying Willis isnt , one can make a great arguement for him. I just havent heard one on here besides LAZ. If you think Wiliis is the best backer in todays game , fine , no problem , just explain yourself. I wouldnt expect that from you considering that would take some thinking.
    Posted by ONE-TIME[/QUOTE]


    Dude, get over yourself.
     
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    Lol thanks heis
     
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