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Old 12-28-2012, 10:51 AM  
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Bill Williamson's AFC West wrap-up + All AFC West team

http://espn.go.com/blog/afcwest/post...d-what-will-be

Five things to know and my all-division team.

Division MVP: This is not difficult: Denver quarterback Peyton Manning. There is a strong chance Manning will win his fifth NFL MVP award in his first season with Denver. His biggest competition is likely Minnesota running back Adrian Peterson. Manning has far surpassed expectations with the Broncos. Manning, 36, has not shown any signs of slowing after enduring a neck injury that kept him from playing all of last season with the Colts. He has spearheaded a 10-game win streak for the Broncos, who are 12-3 and have a chance to be the No. 1 seed in the AFC playoffs. Manning has gotten better as the season has progressed, and he's having one of his best seasons in the NFL. This was a franchise-changing signing.

Biggest disappointment: It has to be Kansas City. The Chiefs were expected to be competitive and many folks (including myself) picked them to win the division. Yet Kansas City is 2-13 and on pace for the No. 1 pick in April's draft. The biggest issues were terrible quarterback play by Matt Cassel and his replacement, Brady Quinn, and questionable coaching. The result of the disappointment will likely be a clean sweep of the teamís brass and the search for a new quarterback.

Coaching searches about to commence: We all expected the Chargers to give the gate to coach Norv Turner and general manager A.J. Smith last year. Now that San Diego will miss the playoffs for the third straight year, both Turner and Smith are expected to be gone. And in the division, they may not be alone. Chances are strong Kansas City general manager Scot Pioli and coach Romeo Crennel will both pay for the Chiefsí failures with their jobs. While Dennis Allen is probably safe in Oakland, there are no guarantees, and there could be big changes in store to his staff. So, January will be a busy month in the AFC West with at least half the division undertaking huge leadership makeovers.

Rivers has to be focus in San Diego: Philip Rivers, who turned 31 this month, is ending his second straight disappointing season and is no longer considered an elite quarterback. Still, he must be the centerpiece of the changes in San Diego. Rivers still has several years left and he can still help the Chargers win. But he needs help, and the new San Diego leadership must make it a priority to build around Rivers in an attempt to fix him and utilize him moving forward.

Help is on the way: The Broncos have won 12 games and the three other teams in the division have won 12 games ... combined. But there will be a payoff in the draft. The Chiefs are in line for the No. 1 pick, the Raiders are angling for the No. 3 pick and the Chargers are on pace to select 10th. Thus the draft season will be of supreme importance for this division. The Chiefs need a quarterback, but there are no top choices, so Kansas City may have to take a defensive gem in a top-heavy defensive class. Oakland has big defensive needs and will score a top defensive player, and the Chargers will be on the hunt for offensive line help early on. Expect us to heavily focus on the April draft in the coming months since no division in the NFL will be better represented at the top of the draft.

And now we present our 2012 AFC West team. A few notes before we get to the list.

I used a 3-4 defense because half of the division (Kansas City and San Diego) uses it as a base defense and I thought the linebackers were stronger, so I wanted to recognize four of them. This list features the best players at the position, so I used two left tackles instead of forcing a right tackle, etc. I did use a fullback, Oaklandís Marcel Reece, because I thought he was deserving of recognition.

The 26-man team features 13 Broncos. Excessive? Well, considering the 12-3 Broncos have accounted for half of the AFC Westís wins this season, it is fitting.

On to the list. Iím sure youíll have a lot to say in the comments section below.



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Old 12-28-2012, 10:58 AM   #2
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The defense is missing Justin Houston, Tamba Hali, Brandon Flowers, and pro bowl safety Eric Berry. They also whiffed on pro bowl punter Dustin Colquitt.
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Old 12-28-2012, 10:58 AM   #3
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What defensive gem? There's only ONE and we already have plenty of picks spent on the line.
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Old 12-28-2012, 11:04 AM   #4
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wow, that all-afc west team is ****ing pathetic. 12 broncos? hilarious.
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Old 12-28-2012, 11:08 AM   #5
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And we are supposed to give a damn about this because why?
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Old 12-28-2012, 11:12 AM   #6
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What defensive gem? There's only ONE and we already have plenty of picks spent on the line.
Yeah. That made me chuckle too.

"I've been told there are no good QBs, so that must mean there are other positions that the Chiefs should grab an elite player in. They could easily take a DT to eat up blockers in their 3-4 alignment, or they could take a guard or OT to help protect a veteran QB. I mean, they must give up sacks all the time, right? Gotta do the draft value thing. Don't take the QB!"
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Old 12-28-2012, 11:16 AM   #7
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And we are supposed to give a damn about this because why?
Well, it is a summary of the AFC West and I thought his choices for his all AFC West team would be something you might want to look at and or bitch about.
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Well, it is a summary of the AFC West and I thought his choices for his all AFC West team would be something you might want to look at and or bitch about.
I'm sure it had nothing to do with the large amount of Broncos he appointed to All AFCW.

Seriously...

You should stick to call of duty threads in the media center only.
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That Broncos team is a 4 win team (maybe) without Manning.

That's how good that mother f'r is. Thanks Pioli for being a tard that no one wants to play for.
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We had the most pro bowlers in the division, with half the division's representation. We should have 12 guys on this squad, in which case I'd go with Charles, Colquitt, DJohnson, Houston, Flowers, Hali, Berry, Asamoah, Winston, Bowe, Succop, and Patrick DiMarco.
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We had the most pro bowlers in the division, with half the division's representation. We should have 12 guys on this squad, in which case I'd go with Charles, Colquitt, DJohnson, Houston, Flowers, Hali, Berry, Asamoah, Winston, Bowe, Succop, and Patrick DiMarco.


Who in the hell is Patrick Dimarco?
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That's how good that mother f'r is. Thanks Pioli for being a tard that no one wants to play for.
We won 8 games without him last year and added a bunch of new pieces.
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You'll find out on Sunday. Tell your linebackers to buckle their chin straps.
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