NFL M.V.P.

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  1. Angler Ace

    Angler Ace New Member

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    Who do you think the M.V.P. should be this year.
     
  2. Pennsylvaniacatchaser

    Pennsylvaniacatchaser Well-Known Member

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    James Harrison of the Steelers! :cool2:
     

  3. readingcatfisher

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    ed reed Ravens
     
  4. Blacky

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    If Minnesota gets far, Adrian Peterson.

    If Baltimore goes far, Ed Reed.

    If San Diego goes far, Phillip Rivers.

    If the the Colts or Giants win....................of course it's gonna be a Manning:smile2::cool2:.
     
  5. DIESELkat

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    And WHEN the Steelers go far......?????
     
  6. Grimpuppy

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    Kurt Warner. That team would be 4-12 without him.
     
  7. Blacky

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    It would obviously be Rottenberger! He's all you have on that offense. Believe it or not, the Steelers would be 8-8 with Leftwich or Batch at the helm. You guys are treating Big Ben like they treated Rex Grossman in Chicago. The man is proven to win but when he's down and out, you bust his balls. You better hope he get well cause David gerard oproves by Byron is a forever backup.
     
  8. DIESELkat

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    YOUR the one who puts him down all the time. I just said he should get back and play the way he did before.....run the ball if he needs to, he takes way too many sacks because he insists on staying in the pocket, which dont work with the o-line (or lack thereof) they have this year.

    Besides, Harrison is the obvious pick anyway. Their defense is going to be what gets em anywhere, and he is the heart and soul of the defense.
     
  9. Angler Ace

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    NO one has said anything about MATT RYAN, could he be rookie of the year, and M.V.P.? Is that possible?
     
  10. catfisherman369

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    Kurt Warner
     
  11. Grimpuppy

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    I don't think it can be Matt Ryan since he has Turner busting out 200 yard games to help him. But he definitely deserved rookie of the year.
     
  12. Blacky

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    After leading his team to 9 straight wins, PEYToN wins!

    Another Manning winning another MVP!


    Not Brady, Rottenberger nor McPuke!:smile2:
     
  13. Angler Ace

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    I guess everyone is right. If they didn't have him, the Colts would stink like the Browns, KC , Oakland, The RAMS, the 49ers, the Cowboys, Just about all the other teams. But to me his brother is More a MVP than Him.
    ELI... SUPER BOWL M.V.P......COME ON ELI LETS DO IT AGAIN...... Colts, GIANTS...........REAL LOOOOONG SHOT, but POSSIBLE.
     
  14. Blacky

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    Peyton was a SuperBowl MVP too!
     
  15. LureheadEd

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    There's an answer with some reality !!!
     
  16. Mi11er

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    Well I guess without Brady, he is the NFL golden boy:roll_eyes:
     
  17. Pennsylvaniacatchaser

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    Mr MVP can get out his golf clubs now! :smile2: :smile2: :smile2:
     
  18. shania

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    After one day of the playoffs:

    The M.V.P. of the AFC goes down :sad2:
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    The Rookie of the year in the N.F.C. Both go down. :sad2:

    So now does that mean that they will be on the same golf course now?
    or
    Does that mean that they can both now kick back, with a Beer, and check out the Playoffs together?
    :confused2:
    (LoL)
     
  19. Blacky

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    Mr. MVP will be rooting for his brother like last year.

    That's what happens when you can't play defense.
     
  20. LilRyjoe04

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    Wow, what can I say? Well first of all I'll say, "Hey guys, hope you all had a good Christmas and New Year." I've been working too much. I joined the Sheriffs Department here in Marion County, and it's been interesting to say the least. The Colts got to conservative near the end of the game and that's Dungy's fault. The defense didn't play bad. 17 points isn't bad at all, if you would have asked me before the game if the Colt's only give up 17 points will we win, I would have bet all the money in my pocket on it. Peyton didn't play well, and maybe we needed to be down 10+ points going into the fourth quarter and we could have played with a little bit of urgentcy? I had a bad feeling about the game, and it's like the Colt's were playing nothing but playoff games the last eight games of the regular season, and maybe we just ran out of gas? Who knows, there's always next year... God, I hate that phrase.:roll_eyes: