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    NFL Roster Evaluation- Red Green Yellow Lists 2012

    If anyone wants to submit a list for their team to help with the compilation of the Red/Yellow/Green/Developing lists for any NFL team, post it here.

    For questions on what darvon and I are doing, please see the "There's Always 2013" article for the Detroit Lions.

    I will be making a simple Excel file for sharing of all NFL teams.

    Time is important. The list must be complete before free agency begins to be accurate.

    Basic rules:

    Green= player is solid starter, keeper
    Yellow= serviceable, can start but ability or age may be an issue soon
    Red= A guy there to stay under the cap, something that needs replaced
    Developing= Self-explanatory
    Last edited by Rich Gapinski; 12-19-2012 at 06:54 PM.

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    You want a .csv file, plain text... ??

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    Just post them here, I'd like to copy and paste.

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    Detroit Lions

    Red
    Kris Durham
    Will Heller
    Kassim Osgood
    Brian Robiskie
    Titus Young
    Jason Fox
    Dylan Gandy
    Stephen Peterman
    Sammie Hill
    Lawrence Jackson
    Ashlee Palmer
    Tahir Whitehead
    Ron Bartell
    Don Carey
    Drayton Florence
    Tyrell Johnson
    Ricardo Silva
    John Wendling
    Jahvid Best
    Gosder Cherilus
    Pat Lee

    Yellow
    Shaun Hill
    Kevin Smith
    Nate Burleson
    Tony Scheffler
    Mike Thomas
    Jeff Backus
    Corey Hilliard
    Dominic Raiola
    Rob Sims
    Andre Fluellen
    Justin Durant
    Deandre Levy
    Chris Houston
    Jacob Lacey
    Nick Harris
    Corey Williams
    Joique Bell
    Shaun Chapas

    Green
    Stephen Tulloch
    Matt Stafford
    Stefan Logan
    Calvin Johnson
    Brandon Pettigrew
    Ndamukong Suh
    Willie Young
    Louis Delmas
    Amari Spievey
    Nick Fairley
    Cliff Avril
    Don Muhlbach- once you have a long snapper, he stays
    Stephen Tulloch
    Jason Hanson
    Kyle Vanden Bosch

    Developing
    Kellen Moore
    Mikel Leshoure
    Riley Reiff
    Ryan Broyles
    Ronnell Lewis
    Travis Lewis
    Bill Bentley
    Jonte Green

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    Baltimore Ravens:

    Red
    Anthony Allen
    Billy Bajema
    Chykie Brown
    Terrence Cody
    Sean Considine
    Ramon Harewood
    James Ihedigbo
    Chris Johnson
    Ma'ake Kemoeatu
    David Reed
    Bobbie Williams
    Cary Williams
    LaQuan Williams

    Yellow
    Brendon Ayanbadejo (Special Teams + Defense)
    Morgan Cox
    Ed Dickson
    Tandon Doss
    Dannell Ellerbe
    Joe Flacco
    Arthur Jones
    Ray Lewis
    Jameel McClain
    Albert McClellan
    Bryant McKinnie
    Michael Oher
    Dennis Pitta
    Ed Reed

    Green
    Matt Birk
    Anquan Boldin
    Corey Graham (Special Teams + Defense)
    Jacoby Jones (Special Teams + Offense)
    Sam Koch
    Paul Kruger
    Vonta Leach
    Pernell McPhee
    Haloti Ngata
    Bernard Pollard
    Ray Rice
    Torrey Smith
    Terrell Suggs
    Justin Tucker
    Lardarius Webb
    Marshall Yanda

    Developing
    Omar Brown
    Josh Bynes
    Gino Gradkowski
    Bryan Hall
    Asa Jackson
    Kelechi Osemele
    Bernard Pierce
    Jah Reid
    Jimmy Smith
    Tyrod Taylor
    Christian Thompson
    Deonte Thompson
    DeAngelo Tyson
    Courtney Upshaw
    Last edited by KabaModernFan; 12-22-2012 at 12:14 AM.
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    I am going to tell Ray Ray you said he was Yellow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darvon View Post
    I am going to tell Ray Ray you said he was Yellow.
    If this had been a year ago I likely would have put him in green. He had a stellar 2011. But he performed poorly at the start of this season, and now compounding that with his injury and age, yellow is far more appropriate.
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    Oher Reed and Flacco yellow?

    Do you think 1/2 of the teams would trade you yours for theirs in those positions?

    If so, then I don't think the are Yellow.

    Flacco would be accepted by more than 16 teams, wouldn't he?

    Buff
    NYJ
    Miami
    Clev
    KC

    Oak
    AZ
    MN
    TN
    JAX

    PHIL
    TB


    12 is close. A few more may be tossups.

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    Rich, I think your definition for Yellow is too broad.

    I would think if your starter/regular player isn't in the bottom 25% of the league at that position, at the equivalent level of starting, he is a green. Or at least the bottom 40%.

    Yellow shouldn't require replacement, but are vulnerable to be replaced opportunistically.

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    The way I looked at it is more like in thirds. Top third is green, bottom third is red, and the middle is therefore yellow.

    I think Flacco is a guy who fluctuates somewhere between 12-18 as far as quarterbacks are concerned. He is certainly not a top guy, but he is firmly above average. I thought he fit more in the yellow department.

    I also personally think that Ed Reed wants to retire, and may very well do it after this season. He has been playing through a torn labrum all season long and that obviously has a lot to do with his less than stellar play on the field this year. He's still been very valuable in coverage, but he shows no interest in defending the run anymore. The Knowshon Moreno hurdle from this past weekend is just one of many times this year where Reed has been embarrassed by the ball carrier.

    Michael Oher could very well be green from a pure talent standpoint. The problem with Oher is that he has not once been able to play the same position on the offensive line for two years in a row. He played at right tackle in 2009 and 2011, and was the left tackle in 2010 and 2012. He needs continuity, which we all know is important for offensive lineman.
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