Tell Josh Levin Which NFL Player To Write About

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Oct. 14 2012 11:47 PM

Boss Josh Levin Around

Which player should he write about in this week’s NFL roundtable?

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Josh Levin

"Too much football, too little time."

Josh Levin

Slate Sports Editor

In the weekly Slate/Deadspin NFL roundtable, we talk about whatever's making news in pro football that week: a dumb coaching decision, a concussed quarterback, and a defensive lineman who's changing how the game is played. But with all the games played each Sunday, we can't possibly cover everything. As part of the Slate Reader Takeover, I want you to tell me which player you want to read about this week. I'll write about whichever fellow gets the most votes.

Which NFL player should I write about?

Cowboys WR Dez Bryant.
10 votes
Ravens LB Ray Lewis
10 votes
49ers QB Alex Smith
10 votes
Seahawks QB Russell Wilson
10 votes

This poll has closed.

Josh Levin is Slate's executive editor.

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