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http://espn.go.com/blog/nflnation/post/_/id/24828/age-rankings-for-every-nfl-team

we start the season number one in something:

NFL age averages minus specialists

Rank Team Average age

1 Washington Redskins 27.33

2 Pittsburgh Steelers 26.78

3 Cleveland Browns 26.78

4 Minnesota Vikings 26.76

5 Baltimore Ravens 26.68

6 New England Patriots 26.64

7 Oakland Raiders 26.53

8 Detroit Lions 26.42

9 San Diego Chargers 26.39

10 Denver Broncos 26.31

11 New Orleans Saints 26.29

12 Arizona Cardinals 26.27

13 Seattle Seahawks 26.18

14 Atlanta Falcons 26.16

15 New York Jets 26.13

16 Dallas Cowboys 26.00

17 Cincinnati Bengals 25.96

18 San Francisco 49ers 25.90

19 Green Bay Packers 25.88

20 Miami Dolphins 25.84

21 Chicago Bears 25.83

22 Buffalo Bills 25.80

23 Tennessee Titans 25.74

24 New York Giants 25.71

25 Kansas City Chiefs 25.66

26 Jacksonville Jaguars 25.66

27 Houston Texans 25.62

28 St. Louis Rams 25.61

29 Philadelphia Eagles 25.20

30 Indianapolis Colts 25.14

31 Tampa Bay Bucs 25.10

32 Carolina Panthers 25.00

Avg. 26.04

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Meh these don't mean anything.

Redskins = ?

Steelers = Average

Browns = Awful

Vikings = Superbowl Contenders

Ravens = Superbowl Contenders

Patriots = Average

Raiders = Awful

Etc, etc, etc.... You have to look at content, not age. Some teams have wine, and others milk.

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Meh these don't mean anything.

Redskins = ?

Steelers = Average

Browns = Awful

Vikings = Superbowl Contenders

Ravens = Superbowl Contenders

Patriots = Average

Raiders = Awful

Etc, etc, etc.... You have to look at content, not age. Some teams have wine, and others milk.

I didn't see anything to be alarmed about either, but thought some might find it interesting... I'd like to see this ranking done with the starting lineup rather than the whole roster...

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we have 5 or 6 guys that skew that number like crazy. were not that old of a team. i expect galloway, sellers, daniels, chris draft, and mike furrey to all be gone next year.

Even without the guys you listed we're still old.

4/5s of our O-line is old or aging.

Our RBs are old.

Our starting QB is old.

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Even without the guys you listed we're still old.

4/5s of our O-line is old or aging.

Our RBs are old.

Our starting QB is old.

Everyone is aging ... damn . I am older now than when I started writing this sentance .

Age is not an issue and people get into the mindset that the best NFL players are all in collage . You have to compile draft picks to be sucessful yo need to be starting the youngest team in the NFL because they are hungry and energetic and and and ... it is rubish

Youth has its advantages . I would prefer my RB would be 21 and not 41, because as people age they slow down (generally) but I also want my RB to know what it takes to be successful in the NFL . Someone who has the drive to get to the top and the desire to stay there .

The oldest member of the OL is Rabach and 33 for a C is not that old . Hicks may win the RG slot but I think the team were looking at Mike Williams there but now we have Rienheart who may have a shot or Will Montgomery.... and age is not an issue on the OL, injuries are .

in fact I am more worried about Trent Williams being the weak spot compared to the apparently over the hill Brown or any of those interior guys .

And these listings really dont make any sense in July when we still have 80 players on the roster most of which are not going to make the final roster ... this is the typical summer I am borred article ...

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less than three years top to bottom.....younger does not always mean better

Exactly, big deal, a 2 year difference between the youngest team? Now if we were averaging 29-30 years, obviously thats a problem, especially not having alot of draft picks next year, but I'm not concerned.

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Everyone is aging ... damn . I am older now than when I started writing this sentance .

Age is not an issue and people get into the mindset that the best NFL players are all in collage . You have to compile draft picks to be sucessful yo need to be starting the youngest team in the NFL because they are hungry and energetic and and and ... it is rubish

Youth has its advantages . I would prefer my RB would be 21 and not 41, because as people age they slow down (generally) but I also want my RB to know what it takes to be successful in the NFL . Someone who has the drive to get to the top and the desire to stay there .

The oldest member of the OL is Rabach and 33 for a C is not that old . Hicks may win the RG slot but I think the team were looking at Mike Williams there but now we have Rienheart who may have a shot or Will Montgomery.... and age is not an issue on the OL, injuries are .

in fact I am more worried about Trent Williams being the weak spot compared to the apparently over the hill Brown or any of those interior guys .

And these listings really dont make any sense in July when we still have 80 players on the roster most of which are not going to make the final roster ... this is the typical summer I am borred article ...

Mike Williams is out for the season, man :(

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