Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Another All-AFC East team to consider
ProFootballFocus.com has assembled a 2009 All-AFC East team.
Rather than swipe the whole roster and post it here, let's take a look just at the selections that differed from the "official" All-AFC East squad you selected before the Super Bowl.
PFF went with a hybrid defense that included two defensive tackles, whereas the diagram I presented was a straight 3-4.
Running back: You picked former Jet Thomas Jones. PFF picked Fred Jackson of the Bills.
Receiver: You picked Patriots star Randy Moss. PFF chose Jets wideout Jerricho Cotchery.
Tight end: You chose Dustin Keller of the Jets. But PFF thought Anthony Fasano of the Dolphins was better.
Left guard: You selected perennial Pro Bowler Alan Faneca of the Jets. PFF went with Logan Mankins of the Patriots.
Right guard: You liked the Jets' Brandon Moore. PFF picked the Patriots' Stephen Neal.
Right tackle: You voted for Vernon Carey of the Dolphins. PFF chose Damien Woody of the Jets.
Defensive end: You went with the Jets' Shaun Ellis. PFF chose the Dolphins' Randy Starks.
Third defensive linemen: You picked Bills defensive end Aaron Schobel. PFF went with Jets defensive tackle Sione Pouha.
Strong safety: You picked the Patriots' Brandon Meriweather. PFF preferred the Bills' George Wilson.
Free Safety: You selected Bills rookie Jairus Byrd. PFF took Jets outcast Kerry Rhodes.
Kicker: You selected the Dolphins' Dan Carpenter. PFF liked the Patriots' Stephen Gostkowski.
Special teams: You surprisingly chose Bills castoff John Wendling. PFF liked Jets safety Eric Smith.