Not only is an NFL team a collection of the best college allstars, they're allstars with anywhere from 1 to 15 years of experience and growth. The idea that any college team could even be competitive with an NFL team is laughable n my opinion (and I don't say that disparagingly). There's just no comparison of size, speed and strength, from an individual stand point, from a team stand point, anything.I think everyone (I could be wrong here) is looking at this hypothetical from purely a perspective on talent. The other main variable for me is team chemistry. It's my thinking that most of the öööö-on-a-shingle teams in the NFL are terrible because of chemistry - chemistry between coaches and players, players and players, and strategies v. skill set. What makes Bama so strong is not simply the high level of talent (see UGAg for highly talented teams who DON'T when consecutive MNCs ... or any, for that matter). So, it could be said that Bama's weaknesses in talent when compared to an NFL squad, could be made up for with chemistry as described above. If anything, we've seen plenty of examples of how all the talent in the world doesn't win öööö if you can't make that talent work together effectively.