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Whether a contract extension, a new agreement with a free agent, a flimsy indenture to a proven elite standout, or a teeming surplus deal with a derailing draft bust, it’s all eligible for this assignment.  Note that often the phrase “guaranteed” money comes via the form of roster bonuses, so players must remain on the roster or undergo a team-related injury to collect. [...] Continue reading → | , , , , , , ,
Few players have the infamous draft bust status and are stuck forever on the Wall of Shame.  An even smaller minority are reminisced in the Hall of Fame.  There’s an obvious massive gap of players somewhere in between. But I have taken on the challenge, conducting a list of 10 rookies that have the most simultaneous potential to become legendary superstars and doomed draft busts in alphabetical order. In either case, they’ll receive coherent attention, and it could be a very positive motivation, paving the way to become the next Dan Marino or Jerry Rice.  On the other hand, the boasted spectacle might backfire, turning what could have been a meticulous valuable team contributor into an unforgettable derailing draft bust, joining the likes of Ryan Leaf, Brian Bosworth, and [...] Continue reading → | , , , , , , ,
I thought I'd step aside from my Seahawks section for a while and branch out to examine the entire NFL and what better place to begin that with the 2010 rookie class. However this isn't a list you want to be on if your a rookie. Every year the NFL draft has a hand full of over-hyped rookies and this year is no exception. With that being said here is the list of the top 10 over-hyped rookies in the 2010 NFL draft class. 10) C.J Spiller, RB Buffalo Bills (No. 9 overall) Examination: The Bills needed help on offense anyway they could get it and they chose to select Clemson's C.J Spiller with the ninth overall pick in the 2010 draft. The Spiller pick was a great value pick and one that can help improve the Bills in 2010 but there's a lot of hype about how much impact he will [...] Continue reading → | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
Friendly Disclaimer: The following list is influenced largely -- but not strictly -- by film study of all 32 teams from the 2009 season. It is not a prediction for the 2010 season, though the future isn't utterly ignored. Stats weren't acknowledged, though players with poor numbers generally don't sneak onto Top 10 lists anyway. Vague enough for you? Top 10 lists tend to be. That's why most of you will have no trouble finding ways to gripe over what you're about to read. 10. [...] Continue reading → | , , ,
Friendly Disclaimer: The following list is influenced largely -- but not strictly -- by film study of all 32 teams from the 2009 season. It is not a prediction for the 2010 season, though the future isn't utterly ignored. Stats weren't acknowledged, though players with poor numbers generally don't sneak onto Top 10 lists anyway. Vague enough for you? Top 10 lists tend to be . That's why most of you will have no trouble finding ways to gripe over what you're about to read. [...] Continue reading → | , , ,
Friendly Disclaimer: The following list is influenced largely -- but not strictly -- by film study of all 32 teams from the 2009 season. It is not a prediction for the 2010 season, though the future isn't utterly ignored. Stats weren't acknowledged, though players with poor numbers generally don't sneak onto Top 10 lists anyway. Vague enough for you? Top10 lists tend to be. That's why most of you will have no trouble finding ways to gripe over what you're about to read. 10. [...] Continue reading → | , , ,
Friendly Disclaimer: The following list is influenced largely -- but not strictly -- by film study of all 32 teams from the 2009 season. It is not a prediction for the 2010 season, though the future isn't utterly ignored. Stats weren't acknowledged, though players with poor numbers generally don't sneak onto Top 10 lists anyway. Vague enough for you? Top 10 lists tend to be. That's why most of you will have no trouble finding ways to gripe over what you're about to read. 10. [...] Continue reading → | , , , ,
Friendly Disclaimer: The following list is influenced largely -- but not strictly -- by film study of all 32 teams from the 2009 season. It is not a prediction for the 2010 season, though the future isn't utterly ignored. Stats weren't acknowledged, though players with poor numbers generally don't sneak onto Top 10 lists anyway. Vague enough for you? Top 10 lists tend to be. That's why most of you will have no trouble finding ways to gripe over what you're about to read. 10. [...] Continue reading → | , , , ,
Friendly Disclaimer: The following list is influenced largely -- but not strictly -- by film study of all 32 teams from the 2009 season. It is not a prediction for the 2010 season, though the future isn't utterly ignored. Stats weren't acknowledge, though players with poor numbers generally don't sneak onto Top 10 lists anyway. Vague enough for you? Top 10 lists tend to be. That's why most of you will have no trouble finding ways to gripe over what you're about to read. 10. Jonathan Vilma, New Orleans Saints [...] Continue reading → | , , , ,
Friendly Disclaimer: The following list is influenced largely -- but not strictly -- by film study of all 32 teams from the 2009 season. It is not a prediction for the 2010 season, though the future isn't utterly ignored. Stats weren't acknowledged, though players with poor numbers generally don't sneak onto Top 10 lists anyway. Vague enough for you? Top 10 lists tend to be. That's why most of you will have no trouble finding ways to gripe over what you're about to read. 10. [...] Continue reading → | , , , ,
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