NFC West All-Star Team

Ok everyone, we at the Fansided football community are starting a really neat project during this slow time in the NFL season, and I wanted to let you know what is going on. I will be teaming up with the other NFL West bloggers to create a division All-Star team to go up against the other divisions in a make-believe tournament that will determine which is the most talented. I will be hosting much of the content right here at Ramblin’ Fan, so we all really need your input on who you think should be on the squad. I will begin running this thing down tomorrow, so everyone needs to check back daily and put in their two cents in the comment section. I’ll start with the quarterback position, and we will work through the entire offense and then the defense. Can’t wait to hear what everyone thinks, and we will make sure to put the best possible team out there.

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  • Frank

    Well I went through the list of QBs and let me say I don’t think anyone deserves. Can we just go with 2 RBs instead? Only Matt Hasselback has had more than 1 pro bowl appearance. So I might be a homer here but my vote is Sam Bradford from the get-go. He has the most promise out of anyone and we have yet to see him play. Now I’m not saying he’s going to put up pro bowl numbers first season but if he had all the pieces around him I would put his arm against anyone else in the West. I mean Smith finally had a good year last year but can he do it again. Derek Anderson has played well in the past but he’s probably shot mentally from last year. Matt Leinart is a choice but we don’t know yet if he has the capability to lead. Last, Matt Hasselbeck plays like he’s 50. And if I had a draft currently with all these guys, my guess is Bradford goes #1. So that’s my logic when talking about the weak group in the WEST.

  • Gunter

    I am going to pick a dark horse for this year because, as Frank mentioned, the QB position in the west is lacking to say the least. I do not believe any team has a legit 16 game starter on their roster. My vote is for J.P. Losman. The guy lead the Vegas Locomotives to the UFL championship last year, so obviously he knows how to win. He also had a 9-2 TD/INT differential. I can already envision Hasselbeck going down, Losman getting a shot, and shinning in a Kurt Warner-esque manner. It may be a bit of a long shot, but I can already see the magic happening.

    • Frank

      Gunter, that has to be the worst pick since Ryan Leaf. Losman is garbage.

      • Ramsfan4life

        What does the UFL have to do with the NFL? No where close to the same talent.