With all the best of and worst of lists you see from sports bloggers, when was the last time you saw a top "most average" player list? Probably never...until now. Who are the top 100 most average players in NFL history, and why is Scott Shanle (pictured above) on the list but not Mike Williams (also pictured above)? Could Aaron Brooks be on the list? Saints fans would claim he's not good enough, but chances are, he probably belongs. Let's take a look at the top 100 most average NFL players ever.
Washginton Redskins CB DeAngelo Hall recently made comments about how he will play Cowboys QB Tony Romo on Monday Night Football. Romo has bruised ribs and a punctured lung, but still may play on Monday in Dallas. Hall was honest when he noted that he would be aiming his helmet at Romo's injured ribs. While this should come as surprise to no one, some are having a hissy fit about it.
Former Washington Redskins running back Willie Parker criticized the team, on a Pittsburgh radio station, recently, stating "they don't care about football." Blogger Andy Benoit, of cbssports.com, has more, below.
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