Player Profiling: NFL Safety Rankings

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Published: July 11, 2009

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... Reed (BAL)

I believe Reed should've won league MVP last season. Baltimore's success last year obviously came from the defensive side of the football. Although Lewis is the true leader of that defense, Reed is the biggest play maker. He is a threat to pick any ball off at any time and can take it the distance with ease.

He is arguably one of the hardest hitting dudes and consistently produces every year. His speed, aggression and pure athletic talent make Reed one of the best safeties to ever play the game.


2. Troy Polamalu (PIT)

As a Steeler fan, it is hard to put Polamalu behind Reed. Troy is another defensive player who has MVP capabilities. He is always looking for a knock out blow that usually dismantles an entire offense's flow. His leaping ability and quick change in direction allows him to cover a majority of the field.

He is a threat when blitzing and a straight head-hunter on the...

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