I run my own blog at House Of Spears, which mainly deals with Detroit Lions content, but I decided to rank the general managers of the NFL since this offseason is pretty dry and boring. I only took into account the last decade because it would just be way too much work to deal with all the information with some of these general manager (Al Davis, I'm looking at you). Each day, I post the profile of a general manager with their record with the current team, a brief look at the key players they have acquired via trade, free agency and draft. I'm getting into the top ten in the coming days, and have posted links to the ones that I have put up on the site already.
Note: I left off new 49ers GM Trent Baalke since he has only made one significant move so far in career.
10) UPDATE: Mark Dominik, The 0-14ers of T-Bay
11) UPDATE: Rick Spielman, The Viqueens Of Minneaplis
12) Scott Pioli, The Chefs from KC
13) Marty Hurney, The Prancers of Carolina
14) Martin Mayhew, The Kittens of Detroit
15) Jerry Jones, The Cowgirlies of Dallas
16) Jerry Reese, The Midgets of New York
18) Rick Smith, The Hexans from Houston
19) Mike Reinfeldt, The Flaming Thumbtacks of Tennessee
20) John Schneider, Seachickens of Seattle
21) Tom Heckert, UPS from Cleveland
22) Billy Devaney, The Goats of St. Louis
23) Gene Smith, The Jagoffs of Jacksonville
24) Jerry Angelo, The Cubbies of Chi-town
25) Howie Roseman, Santa Claus Haters of Philly
27) Buddy Nix, The Hillbillies of Buffalo
28) Mike Brown, NFL's Minimum Security Prison
29) Dan Snyder, Deadskins of DC
30) Brian Xanders, The Donkeys of Denver
Sorry if I offended anyone by not being funny enough...