Miami Marlins president David Samson is a contestant on the upcoming season of "Survivor." Which got us to thinking: Who would win a front office-only version of "Survivor"? And don't just focus on the physical part. Whose ability to negotiate and manage egos would make for the longest run? Would it be the most powerful owners? (A pair from Dallas come to mind.) What about former players who have moved up the organizational ladder? (M.J. and Riles certainly fit that mold.) Or maybe members of the "Moneyball" generation would figure out angles to exploit.

Who would do best is up to you. Click on the images below to set your rankings!

Rank: Front Office 'Survivor' Winner?

Danny Ainge

Danny Ainge

President of Basketball Operations, Celtics

Paul Allen

Paul Allen

Owner, Seahawks and Timberwolves; co-founder, Microsoft

Billy Beane

Billy Beane

VP/GM, Athletics

Arthur Blank

Arthur Blank

Owner, Falcons; co-founder, The Home Depot

Brian Cashman

Brian Cashman

Sr. VP/GM, Yankees

Ned Colletti

Ned Colletti

GM, Dodgers

Mark Cuban

Mark Cuban

Owner, Mavericks

John W. Henry

John W. Henry

Owner, Red Sox

Jerry Jones

Jerry Jones

Owner/President/GM, Cowboys

Michael Jordan

Michael Jordan

Owner, Bobcats

Bob Kraft

Bob Kraft

Owner, Patriots

Arte Moreno

Arte Moreno

Owner, Angels

Daryl Morey

Daryl Morey

GM, Rockets

Ozzie Newsome

Ozzie Newsome

GM/Executive VP, Ravens

Pat Riley

Pat Riley

President, Heat

Art Rooney II

Art Rooney II

President, Steelers

Daniel Snyder

Daniel Snyder

Owner, Redskins

Masai Ujiri

Masai Ujiri

President & GM, Basketball Operations, Raptors; former GM, Nuggets

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