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View Poll Results: Redskins - Jaguars MVP
Brunell 9 6.98%
Moss 84 65.12%
Portis 4 3.10%
Offensive line 32 24.81%
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Old 10-02-2006, 12:38 AM   #31
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Moss without question. Saunders should get a tounge lashing every time he doesn't get it to him 5-10 times a game.
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Old 10-02-2006, 12:45 AM   #32
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Moss gets my vote for obvious reasons (especially the 31 fantasy points!), but the O-line looked fucking sick... they get out and block for the run alot more than they have in the past and they just plow over everybody! I was VERY impressed with the play of our O-LINE today against a D-Line and linebacker unit that were some of the top in the league...
Pittsburg could NOT establish a run on these guys and Portis and the O line made them look terrible! D looked like they are improving, but need to tighten up in the secondary....
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Old 10-02-2006, 12:54 AM   #33
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Although I voted O-line, I don't see anyone beating Mr. Moss for NFC offensive player of the week...
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Old 10-02-2006, 12:55 AM   #34
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Although I voted O-line, I don't see anyone beating Mr. Moss for NFC offensive player of the week...
From section 136 he looked phenomenal!

I really wanted to run on the field and pummel the ref, he was an asshole.
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Old 10-02-2006, 01:10 AM   #35
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Brunell played a hell of a game. A game I wasn't sure he still had in him.
I didn't think he had it in him either...Thats why Mr Brunnel Gets my game ball...
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Old 10-02-2006, 01:10 AM   #36
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I voted Portis because he softened up their defense. Moss was awesome but Portis did what no man has done in 13 games against that defense. Moses couldn't have parted the Red Sea any better. He shall lead our people to the promised land.
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Old 10-02-2006, 01:13 AM   #37
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Moss........was a beast today.....
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Old 10-02-2006, 01:18 AM   #38
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I'm giving props to Brunell because of his numbers and it seems (to me) that he's not getting enough support in this poll. He played a great game in executing the game plan that was called.

The entire team stepped up today. Portis really set the tone for the game. The O-line handled the defense - the running plays gave the the chance to dictate to Jacksonville and they were magnificent in doint it. Cooley stepped up. The defense was better. And Moss - wow!
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Old 10-02-2006, 01:34 AM   #39
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If I'm ever going to pick a WR as MVP of anything, it would be today. I really want to go Brunell for his consistent play and rebounding from the flea flicker INT well. But in a game of big plays on both sides, we really needed a gamebreaker to keep up with them. So Moss gets my game MVP. But let's give the D-Line a little love. Even though the D gave up 30 points (I'l credit Jacksonville playcalling for that one) we pressured Leftwich all day. Daniels even got a well deserved pick.

And Cooley made his triumphant return to the statsheet today. Not only that, but he had a great day blocking.

And Christian Fauria officially has more holding calls this year than great blocks. Cooley is our best blocking TE, and thats gonna be a problem.
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Rock did a GREAT job on returns today. Hall was excellent. Frost was excellent minus the one shanked punt. Special teams earned an A- today. Kick Coverage was iffy at times.

And ol' Sean Taylor was really crackin heads today. Namely Reggie Williams' head.
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Rock did a GREAT job on returns today. Hall was excellent. Frost was excellent minus the one shanked punt. Special teams earned an A- today. Kick Coverage was iffy at times.

And ol' Sean Taylor was really crackin heads today. Namely Reggie Williams' head.
I can't believe he held on to that ball
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...minus the one shanked punt.
what was up with the re-punt shit? I mean Del-Rio was trying to decline any penalty and avoid the re-kick... and they wouldnt let him? There was no penalty, but because the D didn't get a chance to get set we had to re-kick???? what the hell kind of rule is that?
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Old 10-02-2006, 05:59 AM   #43
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I'm voting for the offensive line. They really man handled what was supposed to be the premier run stopping NFL d-line. Everyone else on the list deserves a lot of credit too.

Also, how about Saunders? That game plan looked nothing like the one we used against Houston last week. How are teams going to game plan now?
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Old 10-02-2006, 08:15 AM   #44
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It's hard not to pick Moss, because he scored both the long TDs basically on his own, with pure speed and escapability. But I have to give props to the offensive line here simply because that was John Henderson and Marcus Stroud we're talking about. Randy Thomas and Derrick Dockery were beating those guys, even in one-on-one battles. That's fantastic. They're the ultimate run stopping duo in the league, they wreaked havoc on the Colts' offensive line which is an excellent line, but the Skins' just bulldozed them.

I see a very physical line developing here, gaining confidence in the schemes. Also, Cooley's increased production is a sign that the line is picking up the schemes. He was staying in to block, but this game he got out and got loose, and the line held up without him.

Good things are ahead!
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Old 10-02-2006, 08:26 AM   #45
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I said brunell, but I think it's a toss-up between him and the o-line. I voted brunell because I think he was very poised. he stepped up in the pocket when the DEs were pass rushing hard, and that gave him time to find moss, and others.
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