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  1. Help me understand your point here. Are you saying a defense can't focus on the rb every bit as much as an offense could game plan for the DE? I think that's what he is saying and I believe it.
  2. Have you watched Rodgers play and what he does? Incredibly low INT rate (his career TD:INT ratio is over 4 which is basically 2x better than 2nd place McNabb over his career) One of the most accurate passers in the league (completion % does not do him justice as he is not going to force an INT to worry about completion % and you don't get a sense for him throwing receivers open with his pinpoint accuracy play after play) Look at Nelson and Cobb I would bet there is at least 10-15+ wide receivers who would be taken based on their physical skills over these two Finally Rodgers can run only trail
  3. We are not voting on who gets the highest Madden rating, we are voting on who is most valuable.Right. And if you equate most valuable with who won you the most games, I don't see how a defensive player will ever win MVP over the best QB in the league.If your that valuable to your team your should at least get them to the playoffs. Like someone earlier said you won't see Manning, Brady, Rodgers missing the playoffs on a consistent basis if they do it's likely a fluke of a year. When you talk about the Packers without Rodgers it's like looking at the Falcons and how consistent are they? Matt Rya
  4. We are not voting on who gets the highest Madden rating, we are voting on who is most valuable.
  5. Have you watched Rodgers play and what he does? Incredibly low INT rate (his career TD:INT ratio is over 4 which is basically 2x better than 2nd place McNabb over his career) One of the most accurate passers in the league (completion % does not do him justice as he is not going to force an INT to worry about completion % and you don't get a sense for him throwing receivers open with his pinpoint accuracy play after play) Look at Nelson and Cobb I would bet there is at least 10-15+ wide receivers who would be taken based on their physical skills over these two Finally Rodgers can run only trail
  6. Thanks for responding (not being sarcastic), I can see how you might give him those games except the first Jacksonville game because of how bad Jacksonville is. I personally don't believe he single handed won 5+ games but I also didn't watch every snap of the Texans as I would only tune in and out of their games (they are my AFC team I pull for on the side). This is also very important both in his sacks he does get as well as the disruption he causes on the line with double teams and protection schemes. I think its almost impossible to really appreciate a defensive player though as its just
  7. Thanks for responding (not being sarcastic), I can see how you might give him those games except the first Jacksonville game because of how bad Jacksonville is. I personally don't believe he single handed won 5+ games but I also didn't watch every snap of the Texans as I would only tune in and out of their games (they are my AFC team I pull for on the side). This is also very important both in his sacks he does get as well as the disruption he causes on the line with double teams and protection schemes. I think its almost impossible to really appreciate a defensive player though as its just
  8. He single handed won 5 games? Could you point to which 5 you are talking about? Washington (Texans Scored 17) (only scored more than 17 8 times all season) @Oakland (Texans Scored 30) (only scored more than 30 0 times all season) Buffalo (Texans Scored 23) (only scored more than 23 5 times all season) @Tennessee (Texans Scored 30) (only scored more than 30 0 times all season) @Cleveland (Texans Scored 23) (only scored more than 23 8 times all season) Tennessee (Texans Scored 45) (only scored more than 45 0 times all season) @Jacksonville (Texans Scored 27) (only scored more than 27 0 times all
  9. He single handed won 5 games? Could you point to which 5 you are talking about? Washington (Texans Scored 17) (only scored more than 17 8 times all season) @Oakland (Texans Scored 30) (only scored more than 30 0 times all season) Buffalo (Texans Scored 23) (only scored more than 23 5 times all season) @Tennessee (Texans Scored 30) (only scored more than 30 0 times all season) @Cleveland (Texans Scored 23) (only scored more than 23 8 times all season) Tennessee (Texans Scored 45) (only scored more than 45 0 times all season) @Jacksonville (Texans Scored 27) (only scored more than 27 0 times all
  10. For the love of god, talent trumps all in the NFL. Does anyone really think a team does not want a Suh on their roster? People will line up to get him. The NFL invests a lot of money in psychological evaluations of players because they want to avoid head cases. Not saying someone won't pay it, but Suh's activities are going to make teams shy away and reduce his market value. Suh's a super talented player, but he requires special handling. Remove him from Detroit and he probably is fine. I also think Suh as a person is not horrible he just makes random horrible decisions. If you get some q
  11. Did I miss the memo where the MVP is now a 2 season award?If you don't think the tie-breaker in an MVP race has ever been the legacy of the players involved, you're crazy. Watt has no chance, though. Watt <<< Legacy of Brady, Rodgers, Manning Also I would say looking at the career would be a tie-breaker if things were even but Watt hasn't done enough to make things even. Like the MLB MVP if you don't make the playoffs you don't have a legitimate claim to be the MVP. Requirements to be MVP candidate in my mind: Make Playoffs (This eliminates Watt in my mind) Be best player on team (Thi
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