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So now that Brady was named offensive POY...

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by Rodgers in the House, Feb 1, 2011.

  1. Rodgers in the House

    Rodgers in the House Cheesehead

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    Who stands to win MVP?
     
  2. Incubes12

    Incubes12 Bay Harbor Butcher?

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    He can't win both?
     
  3. A-Rod_is_God

    A-Rod_is_God Cheesehead

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    He'll get MVP also. no doubt
     
  4. Mr. StyleZ

    Mr. StyleZ Banned Banned

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    Tom Brady
     
  5. VersusTheMoose

    VersusTheMoose Canadian Packer Fan

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    Brady will win it for the 2nd time come Saturday. As much as I dislike the Patriots and their fans, he deserves it.
     
  6. Cheesehead Brittany

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    POY means pussy of the year?
     
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  7. TheSnowPlow

    TheSnowPlow Driving Don Shula Crazy

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    Brady Hate gives me teh sadz. :(
     
  8. Rodgers in the House

    Rodgers in the House Cheesehead

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    They should give it to someone who hasn't won it and actually did something in the playoffs this year.
     
  9. TheSnowPlow

    TheSnowPlow Driving Don Shula Crazy

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    I would agree, if it was not a "regular season" award. The Playoffs are not in the criteria for that.

    I also, for the record, see Rodgers having just as much success as Brady has had over the years. Rodgers will be MVP a few times before he's done.
     
  10. SoCalPacker

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    Pretty sure Brady will be getting MVP. As much as it pains me to say it but he deserves it
     
  11. PackersRS

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    Jay Cut... Oh wait. It's PLAYER of the year. nevermind.
     
  12. cheesehurdler

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    So... Roethlisberger?

    I kid, I kid.
     
  13. Rodgers in the House

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    No because the Steelers actually proved they could win without him, unlike what some people thought.
     
  14. lambeausouth

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    I've always had an issue with these awards being voted on before the entire season was played out.

    Would a film critic give his grade with half an hour left in the movie? Would the New York Times write a review about a book their critic hadn't finished? Why then are votes for MVP, DPOY, OPOY, etc handed in before the ultimate goal is realized by one team?

    Brady compiled mind boggling numbers in the regular season. Yet he's watching the Super Bowl on TV along with the players of 29 other teams, partly because he performed so poorly in his last game.

    Aaron Rodgers, as an example, has elevated his play in the postseason. His numbers weren't outstanding in the Bears game, but taken as a whole, Aaron's postseason would no doubt increase his chances at winning a top tier award like MVP.

    I think the votes should be submitted after the Super Bowl, and announced at the Pro Bowl one week later.
     
  15. BadKarma

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    Convincing argument. I concur.
     
  16. Claymaker

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    Brady is a no-brainer. That NE team was pretty lousy outside of him. 30 TDs and 4 INTS. Think about how crazy that is. Their defense sucked, but made many big turnover plays. They were very much like the Saints last year with the turnovers, except they also gave up a ton of yards. They have no big play makers on offense with Moss gone. Welker is a nice possession receiver but not a game changer. Same for Deion Branch.

    They have a ton of high picks this next draft if they get a gamebreaking player at WR and some help at the LB position they could be really good for the next 3-4 seasons.
     
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  17. Jess

    Jess Movement!

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    Boomshackalacka. :icon_lol:
     
  18. Rodgers in the House

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    I do have to admit the Patriots will always be a presence in the playoffs. The Jets windows was good for 2 seasons and that's it.
     
  19. TheSnowPlow

    TheSnowPlow Driving Don Shula Crazy

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    Could be worse - could have been Ben Fingerberger or the dog-killer...
     
  20. Rodgers in the House

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    I don't think Ben will ever see MVP after everything that has transpired. Nor will Vick for that matter.
     
  21. TheSnowPlow

    TheSnowPlow Driving Don Shula Crazy

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    I think what has irritated a lot of people is tbat those two had good seasons, so therefore they "have transformed" into "better people" etc. As if how well you play a ball game dictates a person's character. Unreal.
     
  22. Zeck180

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    Jay Cutler deserves that award.
     
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  23. Rodgers in the House

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    ftw
     
  24. Cheesehead Brittany

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    zing!
     
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    Would you ever date a Steelers fan? Just kidding..:)
     

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