Who to start a franchise with?

ESPN recently did a poll and asked their analysts (and perhaps their analrapists) who is the best player to start a franchise with.

http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=2884722&lpos=tv1&lid=tab2pos3

John Clayton had the correct answer. Jefferey Chadia picked a 28 year-old running back. Matt Mosely gave an acceptable answer, arguing that Carson Palmer was younger than Brady or Manning, and that the team would need a younger QB. Pasquarelli suggested taking a steroid user so that he could pump up other members of the team. Joe Theismann? Well, we’ve known he was a idiot for some time now.

UPDATE: The panel of experts (sans Joe T) has declared unanimously that Manning is the best quaterback in the league
http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=2885497

Suck it, Tommy. Manning is edging ever closer to ending this debate forever.

UPDATE TWO: The panel of experts has declared by a 3-2 vote that #88 is the best receiver in the game today.
http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=2887078

Clayton, Mosely and Pasquarelli all chose Marvin; Hodge and Chadia took Steve Smith. So there you have it folks, a panel of experts has chosen 18 to 88 as the best combination in football. Peyton’s the best QB; Marvin’s the best WR. But then again, we already knew that didn’t we?

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