[QUOTE=TokyoJetsFan;4100419]I wish you GUYS would stop posting Bleacher Report articles.[/QUOTE]
They are sometimes right thought:
2. Overrated: New England Patriots Offensive Line
The New England Patriots have plenty of big names on their line with the likes of Logan Mankins and Matt Light.
But the two biggest problems for the Patriots in recent seasons have been the lack of a credible ground game and the inability to adequately protect Tom Brady in the playoffs.
In the past two seasons the Patriots have been knocked out of the playoffs after their first game. Both the Baltimore Ravens and the New York Jets have swarmed all over the New England front five.
The Jets don't need grandpa Shaun to continue to swarm the Patriots front line. The Patriots will soon learn that grandpa Shaun wasn't the reason the Patriots collapsed last year. They'll soon find out that it's their way overrated offensive line.
Can this be right?! They are paying this guy over $12MM? Or have they signed him to a long term deal yet?
Miami Dolphins: Paul Soliai
2011 Salary: $12,381,000
The franchise tag was set up to protect NFL teams from losing their best players to free agency. Some teams, like the Philadelphia Eagles, use the tag wisely to keep players like Michael Vick from hitting the open market. Others, like the Miami Dolphins, are clueless.
Paul Soliai is a good nose tackle, but there is no freaking way he's worth $12 million per. At all. This is downright, out of this world, Al Davis-level crazy.