The BRB Community Big Board

As most have you have probably noticed, nobody around here seems to agree on...well...anything. Whether it's what position is most important in round one or if Stephen Hill is the Starscream to Detroit's Megatron, everyone has an opinion. As a result, I'm starting this thread to see if we can create a concrete, numerically accurate reading of the average BRB'ers feelings. After the jump is a list of realistically attainable players numbered from 100 all the way down to 1 (in no particular order yet). It contains all of the names thrown around on this site, both common and uncommon. Ideally, every single possibility for Houston in the first four rounds (the rounds in which there is the most contention) is listed here.Admittedly, there are inevitably a few names that could not be included on the list because, quite frankly, there are always hundreds more prospects than available draft slots and I didn't want people to rank over 300 different people. If someone is not on the list and enough people want them included, I will.

As a Texans fan, your job is to rank these players, with 100 being the player you think would benefit Houston the most as our first pick all the way down to 1, which is the player you feel like carries the least amount of benefit. How your rate that benefit is up to you, whether it be raw talent, system fit, positional need, or a combination of all three. If they are more valuable to the Texans, they get a higher number. I will compile the submitted scores from everyone who fills out a complete list (it must be complete for this to be reliable mathematically), and the sum of their rankings will be the score for each player. The more high scores given to a player, the higher their overall average ranking will be. From that, we get an accurate reading of who BRB as a community truly values.With this value chart, we might be finally able to settle some arguments...or at the very least give people something else to yell at each other over.

So, without further a due, the list.

100. Stephen Hill

99. Alshon Jefferey

98. Michael Floyd

97. Kendall Wright

96. Greg Childs

95. Nick Toon

94. Marvin McNutt

93. Juron Criner

92. Ryan Broyles

91. Marvin Jones

90. Brian Quick

89. Rueben Randle

88. Mohammed Sanu

87. Tommy Streeter

86. T.Y. Hilton

85. Chris Givens

84. Dwight Jones

83. Dontari Poe

82. Alameda Ta'amu

81. Josh Chapman

80. Nick Jean-Baptiste

79. Whitney Mercilus

78. Courtney Upshaw

77. Vinny Curry

76. Nick Perry

75. Melvin Ingram

74. Andre Branch

73. Ronnell Lewis

72. Shea McClellin

71. Bruce Irvin

70. Fletcher Cox

69. Michael Brockers

68. Devon Still

67. Kendell Reyes

66. Derek Wolfe

65. Billy Winn

64. Jared Crick

63. Kheeston Randall

62. Peter Konz

61. David Molk

60. Philip Blake

59. Ben Jones

58. Michael Brewster

57. David Decastro

56. Cordy Glenn

55. Kelechi Osemeli

54. Kevin Zeitler

53. Amini Silatolu

52. Tony Bergstrom

51. Brandon Washington

50. Brandon Brooks

49. Riley Reiff

48. Jonathan Martin

47. Mike Adams

46. Zebrie Sanders

45. Bobby Massie

44. Jeff Allen

43. Mitchell Schwartz

42. Andrew Datko

41. Levi Adcock

40. Brandon Mosley

39. Coby Fleener

38. Dwayne Allen

37. Orson Charles

36. Ladarius Green

35. Michael Egnew

34. Terrance Ganaway

33. Drake Dunsmore

32. LaMichael James

31. Chris Polk

30. Bernard Pierce

29. Isaiah Pead

28. Robert Turbin

27. Cyrus Gray

26. Brock Osweiler

25. Kirk Cousins

24. Brandon Weeden

23. Nick Foles

22. Russel Wilson

21. Case Keenum

20. Kellen Moore

19. Dan Persa

18. Luke Kuechly

17. Dont'a Hightower

16. Bobby Wagner

15. Michael Kendricks

14. Tank Carder

13. Vontaze Burfict

12. Stephon Gilmore

11. Jayron Hozley

10. Alfonzo Dennard

9. Trumaine Johnson

8. Chase Minnifield

7. Brandon Boykin

6. Mark Barron

5. Harrison Smith

4. Markelle Martin

3. Antonio Allen

2. Lamar Miller

1. Doug Martin

Make sure to rank all your favorites from 100-1. I can't make this accurate without complete rankings. Thanks everyone!


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