2010 All-NFC East Squad

NFC East:


QB: Tony Romo – NFC’s top improviser.  Easily buys time.  Consistently prolongs plays.  Combined with dynamic supporting cast, over/under 4,000 yards, 30 touchdowns.

RB: Felix Jones – Most feared home run threat RB.  Big-play ability=expendable Marion Barber.  Electrifying open field runner.  Just as dangerous as pass catcher.  Starting to realize potential.  Guaranteed 1,500+ total yards.

FB: Leonard Weaver – Picks up tough yards in third and short.  Excellent hands.  Plays key role.  Hands full in Philly’s offense.  Undervalued contributor.

WR: DeSean Jackson – NFC’s best receiver with YAC.  Presence gives Jeremy Maclin 1,200+ yards.  Explosiveness is unmatched.  One play game-changer.

WR: Hakeem Nicks – Next Brandon Marshall, minus baggage.  Nightmare to tackle.  Red zone mismatch.  Fell to late 1st?

TE: Fred Davis – Close call.  Donovan will bring out best.  Needed more than Celek and Witten.  8-9 touchdowns.

OT: Jamaal Brown, Trent Williams.

OG: Leonard Davis, Chris Snee.

C: Andre Gurode


DE: Trent Cole – About as productive as they come.  Reliable as run stopper.  Force to be reckoned with as pass rusher.  Most irreplaceable DL.

DE: Justin Tuck – Solid as a rock.  Knack for ball.  Always making plays.  Impact cannot be underestimated.

DT: Jay Ratliff – Really coming along.  Attracts double teams.  Size-strength combo draws attention.  Lightning-quick for nose tackle in 3-4.

LB: DeMarcus Ware – Crowd pleaser.  Tremendous skill set.  Will not be silenced.  Superior instincts.  Will he impress us even more?

LB: Brian Orakpo – The next DeMarcus Ware?  Only going to get better.  Plays with chip on shoulder.

LB: Michael Boley – Flourishes to make up for loss of Antonio Pierce.  Steps in to lead.  Keep an eye on him.

LB: Stewart Bradley – Returns stronger than ever after missing ’09.  Performance will earn trip to Honolulu.

CB: Asante Samuel – Most daring ball hawk.  Always around the ball.  Incredible closing speed.  Expect 2-3 defensive scores.  Ability to win you a game.

CB: Terrell Thomas – Narrowly edges Big D’s 1-2 punch and teammate Corey Webster.  Eclipses last year’s output.  Aggressiveness lands him spot.

S: Kenny Phillips – Antrel Rolle gets the pub, he receives the nod.  Former Hurricane will feed off Rolle.  Outstanding talent waiting to shine.

S: Nate Allen – Another case where his teammate (Quintin Mikell) is more recognized.  Rookie from USF makes impact right away unlike fellow rival LaRon Landry of Washington.  I feel he’s going to make a lot of GM’s and QB’s upset.

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2 Responses to “2010 All-NFC East Squad”

  1. Adam says:

    fred davis = fail

  2. Russ Loede says:

    Donovan McNabb made Brent Celek look like Brent Jones. Presence of Dez Bryant and emergence of Felix Jones takes away from Witten. Dallas will emphasize the run game more than Washington. Fred Davis = More Opportunities in the Red Zone. Donovan McNabb + Fred Davis = Pro Bowl Connection.