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matt miller's player rankings

102. Ginn
99. Kyle Willimas
42. Crabtree
41. Manningham


i did not see Moss on the list, so if i missed him sorry. side note-morgan was at #47. he only had a 4 for health, if he had played the whole season he would have been rated higher than crabs i think.
[ Edited by niners9 on Apr 12, 2012 at 8:10 AM ]
We should do our own grades and then compare to this list and see where they would rank.
I'll update the post to include olb and wr after I'm out of my class
I think manningham is higher as well he played last year with an injured knee
Originally posted by niners9:
102. Ginn
99. Kyle Willimas
42. Crabtree
41. Manningham


i did not see Moss on the list, so if i missed him sorry. side note-morgan was at #47. he only had a 4 for health, if he had played the whole season he would have been rated higher than crabs i think.
you would not see moss on this list, he did not play plast year.
Originally posted by jdt84_2:
you would not see moss on this list, he did not play plast year.

I figured that but u never know, Braylon Edwards was on the list and he didn't play either
Josh Morgan was 47 and Braylon was 111.

So we have the 102, 99, 42 and 41 WRs in the league out of 150 with Moss not rated due to sitting out the year.
[ Edited by Gore_21 on Apr 12, 2012 at 1:24 PM ]
Originally posted by NCommand:
We should do our own grades and then compare to this list and see where they would rank.
Just looking at Crabtree's review the only one I disagree with is the hands. He's right with what he says but 4 seems too harsh. He doesn't have many tip drills anymore and he has made some outstanding catches with us.

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1133013-br-nfl-1000-top-150-wide-receivers/page/110


Here are Ginn and Williams... didn't see anything that jumped out at me as off but I didn't look closely.
Ginn
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1133013-br-nfl-1000-top-150-wide-receivers/page/50

Williams
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1133013-br-nfl-1000-top-150-wide-receivers/page/53
[ Edited by Gore_21 on Apr 12, 2012 at 1:32 PM ]
Originally posted by Gore_21:
Josh Morgan was 47 and Braylon was 111.

So we have the 102, 99, 42 and 41 WRs in the league out of 150 with Moss not rated due to sitting out the year.

both were hurt as well

braylon looked good throught camp and preseason unfortunatly he got hurt in the first play of the second game against dallas than in his return in the redskins he got hurt again

never really got a fair shot

morgan imo was looking great he was doing well when our offense was still limited he wouldve cracked top 30 i think if he was healthy the whole year
RBs are up.

/80

Dixon 73
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1133170-br-nfl-1000-top-80-running-backs/page/9

Hunter 66
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1133170-br-nfl-1000-top-80-running-backs/page/16

Brandon Jacobs 55
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1133170-br-nfl-1000-top-80-running-backs/page/27

Gore 9
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1133170-br-nfl-1000-top-80-running-backs/page/73

Think he is low on Hunter big time. Really haven't had much to pick at in all of his rating so far but his RB rankings seem off. Although, he looks at route running and all around stuff. A lot of RBs out there aren't complete backs.
[ Edited by Gore_21 on Apr 16, 2012 at 6:09 PM ]
He has Darren sproles at #1. Out of all the rankings I don't like this one(RB). I think hunter should be higher than 66, he is basically saying he isn't even a #2 RB.
I dont know if I agree with Sproles as #1 back. I would put LeSean McCoy, Matt Forte, Ray Rice and even Gore above him.

I'm interested in where the following will be placed in overall

Alex Smith
Frank Gore
Brandon Jacobs
Mario Manningham
Michael Crabtree
Ted Ginn
Vernon Davis
Delanie Walker
Jonathan Goodwin
Mike Iupati
Anthony Davis
Joe Staley
Justin Smith
Ray McDonald
Isaac Sopoaga
Patrick Willis
NaVorro Bowman
Aldon Smith
Ahmad Brooks
Carlos Rogers
Tarell Brown
Chris Culliver
Dashon Goldson
Donte Whitner
David Akers
Andy Lee
Brian Jennings
Carlos Rogers (T-90)
Aldon Smith (T-61)
Mike Iupati (T-39)
NaVorro Bowman (T-34)
David Akers (T-27)
Justin Smith (T-7)
Andy Lee (T-3)
Patrick Willis (T-3)
Akers T-3
Willis T-3
J.Smith T-7
Bowman T-34
Iupati T-39
Aldon T-61
Rogers T-90
Gore T-119
Vernon T-133
McDonald T-154
Alex T-154
Whitner T-174
Staley T-226
Goldson T-226
Brown T-292
Manningham T-326
Delanie T-346
Crabtree T-346
Brooks T-358 (Way too Low IMO)
Goodwin T-396
Sopoaga T-454
Miller T-454
Jacobs T-473
Culliver T-509
Hunter T-535
Harlson T-588
Dixon T-588
Williams T-672
Ginn T-672
A.Davis T-686
Kaep T-882
Josh Johnson 1000 (lol 1000'th best player in NFL)
[ Edited by AB83Rules on Apr 20, 2012 at 9:06 PM ]
Think you got that messed up ab... Andy Lee is tied for 3rd with Willis, Akers is tied for 27th.

There is the entire pdf list there.
http://cdn.bleacherreport.net/documents/br_nfl_1000.pdf

Edit: Also don't really like that all he did with the rankings is take each player's score and bunch them together. As important as Andy Lee is to us you can't say he is better than Calvin or Justin Smith, etc. Wish he weighed importance of position instead of just taking the score he gave them and them putting them in order by score.
[ Edited by Gore_21 on Apr 22, 2012 at 6:27 PM ]
Originally posted by Gore_21:
Think you got that messed up ab... Andy Lee is tied for 3rd with Willis, Akers is tied for 27th.

There is the entire pdf list there.
http://cdn.bleacherreport.net/documents/br_nfl_1000.pdf

Edit: Also don't really like that all he did with the rankings is take each player's score and bunch them together. As important as Andy Lee is to us you can't say he is better than Calvin or Justin Smith, etc. Wish he weighed importance of position instead of just taking the score he gave them and them putting them in order by score.

I see what I did there, lol.