The other day I saw a guy walking around in a #21 Cowboys jersey and the first thing I thought was, "why would anyone want a Julius Jones jersey? He wasn't even the best runningback on his the team when he was with the Cowboys. Marion Barber is obviously the best choice for a Cowboys jersey. Julius Jones isn't even on the team now. Why would you still wear it?"
Marion Barber being an easy choice for which Cowboys jersey I would wear if I was forced to wear one, I started thinking about more teams and which jerseys I'd want the least.
Colts-Bob Sanders, hands down. The only Colts jersey I've ever since worn in Iowa. Since all the Colts fans with jerseys in my town picked Sanders I almost want to go with Clark, but Bob is just too awesome.
Runners up (in order) Clark, Harrison (pending whether he shot someone for reasons other than self-defense), Manning
Least wanted jersey, Cato June. If Aaron Moorehead, Charlie Johnson or Gilbert Gardner replica jersey existed they'd all beat out June, but June is one of the few Colts I've disliked at any point in there time with the team and has moved on to Tampa
Titans-Chris Johnson, obviously. Not sure how I'll handle him playing the Colts. My man-crush was based on the Colts getting him, so the passion's nearly gone now, but I'm still excited to see him play.
Least, Vince Young. A VY jersey is just begging someone like me to just tear into Young and start an argument. Which the jersey wearer will lose because Young isn't very good.
Jaguars-Maurice Jones Drew. Gotta like one of the handful of NFL players that are shorter than me, even if it's only by fractions of an inch.
Least-Marcus Stroud, suspended for steroids and then traded away.
Texans-Andre Johnson. The lone bright spot on their offense. Mario Williams would be a good choice as well since after the pick was bashed everywhere he's outperforming all the guys suggested as better #1 overall picks.
Least-Ahmad Green. Big free agent signing, who everyone said was washed up. Turns out they were right. Washed Up.
Bills-Jason Peters, Late rounder to star LT
least-JP Losman, when a veteran gets outplayed by a rookie, especially a guy who barely made it into the first day of the draft they suck.
Dolphins-Jake Long, It's about hope when you root for a 1-15 team.
Least-Joey Porter, loud-mouthed, overrated, overpaid
Jets-Leon Washington. A great kick returner who was overshadowed by entering the league at the same time as Hester and Cribbs.
Least-Jonathan Vilma. Square pegs being forced into round holes is frustrating.
Patriots-Since they don't make Tim Dwight replicas, none, I refuse.
Browns-Josh Cribbs, nearly as good as Hester as a returner without the fumbles and painful levels of stupid.
least-Brady Quinn, no idea why I hated him (pre-crotch grabbing/slur tossing) but I do know that hating him is fun and easy now.
Steelers-Roethlesberger. That awful season following his motorcycle got the writers off of his groin region enough for me to appreciate his skills.
least-any lineman (Faneca didn't suck but left the team so he makes the list)
If I have to pick just one it's Willie Parker. He hurts the Steelers more with his busts than he helps with his booms.
Ravens-Jonathan Ogden, can't go wrong with a HOF LT. Even if Freeney does own him.
Least-Ray Lewis, sailing on reputation for years. He's an average linebacker at this point in his career, but still gets the most credit for the hugely talented D he plays on.
Bengals-Carson Palmer, there aren't enough good QBs in the league.
Least-Chad Johnson. He when from entertaining to a locker room cancer pretty fast.
Chargers-Marmalard, don't know who that is, Then "Ya betta ask somebodddaaaaaaaaayyyyyy!"
least-Phillip Rivers. What a douche.
Raiders- Can I has Tim Dwight Jersey?
Ok, Nnamdi Asomugha. The best defensive player that doesn't get the hype he deserves.
Least- Moss, how do you get an awful deal when the team you're trading with is desperate to dump the guy.
Broncos- Brandon Stokley. He was actually a solid #2 last year. It's very weird to see him in another jersey, but I still like the guy.
Least- Travis Henry, wearing that jersey is a statement and not a good one.
Cheifs- Tony Gonzalez, sad that an amazing player like him is stuck through his final years on a rebuilding team.
Least- Larry Johnson, the Herm Edward has ridden him into the ground he'll never be the same back again. 400+ carries is pretty much a death sentence for a RB.