AFC BEast Dream Team Offense

Created by Jamie Pacheco with NFL logos

The final piece of the puzzle is in place for the AFC BEast Dream Team. Just in case you missed it, you can check out the defense here and the special teams here. The offense has now been chosen and it is filled with Pro Bowlers and future Hall-of-Famers. The offensive structure contains three wide receivers, a tight end and a running back to take advantage of the strength of the division, which is the passing game. The offense, as with the defense and special teams, was chosen by the writers of Musket Fire, Phin Phanatic, The Jet Press, and BuffaLowDown. While the defense had to go to you the reader to complete, the offense came together with very little difficulty. This team will square off against other divisional all-star teams in a fan poll to determine the best division in the NFL. Stay tuned here for further details and when to vote for the AFC East to reign supreme. Without further ado, I present to you the AFC BEast offense:

Quarterback: Tom Brady (Patriots)

Running back: Ronnie Brown (Miami Dolphins)

Wide Receiver: Randy Moss (Pats), Brandon Marshall (Dolphins), and Lee Evans (Buffalo Bills)

Tight End: Dustin Keller (New York Jets)

Left Tackle: Jake Long (Dolphins)

Left Guard: Logan Mankins (Pats)

Center: Nick Mangold (Jets)

Right Guard: Stephen Neal (Pats)

Right Tackle: D’Brickashaw Ferguson

So who was snubbed from this list? Follow the jump to see who I felt could have easily made this list:

Wes Welker could have, probably should have, made this list. Lee Evans, however, has not had the benefit of a decent QB throwing him the ball, when he gets the ball in his hands he makes great plays. Welker though does get it done. There are questions about his knee and whether he will be able to start the season, but in this fantasy game that really shouldn’t factor in. Had we gone with two running backs and left out the tight end, I feel Kevin Faulk could have made the list as well. Faulk, despite getting up there in age, is still one of, if not the best, third down back in the NFL.

That being said, this offense is solid from top to bottom. Combined with the stellar defense and Pro Bowl specialists, the AFC BEast is going to be tough to beat. Remember to stay tuned To Musket Fire so you can vote and support the Pats and the rest of the division. Once the AFC BEast wins the Divisional Super Bowl, we can go back to hating the rest of the division ;)

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