NFL Players By Hint

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Can you name the NFL Player from the hint??

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Broke 7 tackles in a wild card game.
Defensive tackle that returned an interception for a touchdown in the playoffs.
Atlanta's kicker.
Arizona's best quarterback (still not good).
USC Heisman runningback.
Only white runningback to get 1000+ yards this season.
Many would say is the best reciever for the New York Giants.
Dropped a game-winner against the Pittsburgh Steelers in week 12.
Suspended majority of the season for the Chargers.
Lead the NFL in sacks.
Young cornerback. High potential for the Bucs.
Runningback known to be injured. Might leave his team this offseason.
Known for his Head and Shoulders commercials.
Young reciever that attended Texas Tech, High expectations.
Used to back-up Tom Brady. Now is a Chief.
Runningback with long hair. Plays on an improving team.
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Arguably the best reciever in the NFC North.
85.
Awesome cornerback. (hint-hint)
Free safety who is often injured. If he could stay healthy he may just be the best in the league.
Wide reciever that was injured for the majority of the 2010-2011 season.
Rookie quarterback for Carolina.
Cornerback from the Pittsburgh Panthers. One of the best, if not the best in the NFL.
White wide reciever for an AFC East team. Initials are WW.
Defensive tackle known to be lazy and overpaid.
Led the league in rushing yards. Literally came out of no where.
Quarterback who said he could throw further than John Elway,
Lets just say keep him away from your dog.
Best kick returner in the league.
One of the best running backs in the league. Plays for a mid-caliber team in the AFC South.
Runningback who's last name is a college.. And an Indian food. AFC North.
Running back for the Dolphins.

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Created Mar 1, 2011ReportNominate
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