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View Poll Results: Who wins offensive and defensive?

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  • Andrew Luck

    27 20.61%
  • Robert Griffin III

    64 48.85%
  • Russell Wilson

    36 27.48%
  • Bobby Wagner

    15 11.45%
  • Luke Kuechly

    27 20.61%
  • Harrison Smith

    10 7.63%
  • Casey Heyward

    13 9.92%
  • Lavonte David

    4 3.05%
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    The ROY discussion thread

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    Go Luck!!!

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    RW please!!!!!
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    This thread will be filled with homers all praising their guy. I'm not different, except my guy actually is the best guy.

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    ^ Kirk Cousins proved he's not that valuable. Missing 2 games hurts. But I'll give you this, if they win tomorrow I do think he'll win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattcribbin View Post
    This thread will be filled with homers all praising their guy. I'm not different, except my guy actually is the best guy.
    Hmmm, call out homers in advance then show your homerism yourself. Wilson by far for offensive. Keuchley for defensive.

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    He said he wasn't different...

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    Im a vikes fan so I get i'm biased but its gotta be Harrison Smith. To come in as a rookie and be as effective as he has been at the safety position is pretty unbelieveable. Im not saying its unheard of but its definitely a rarity. The vikes were a 3-13 team last season and they are knocking on the door of playoffs this season and the defense has been a huge part of that and the secondary in praticular.
    ]”Goaltending is a normal job, sure. How would you like it in your job if every time you made a small mistake, a red light went on over your desk and 15,000 people stood up and yelled at you.”

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    As a Vikes fan I'm definitely biased for Harrison Smith, who has been huge for us this season.

    As for Kuechly, I thought number of tackles was meaningless? At least that's the only reason I can think of as for why Chad Greenway is never even mentioned amongst the top OLB in the league... but seriously, I think with Kuechly or Smith would be a solid choice.

    I know he won't/can't be acknowledged in the rookie of the year awards as he's a kicker, but I also wanted to mention Blair Walsh. He's had a huge rookie year, breaking records, going to the Pro bowl and with a real shot at being all-pro. That's a great rookie year, no doubt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldStyleCubbies View Post
    ^ Kirk Cousins proved he's not that valuable. Missing 2 games hurts. But I'll give you this, if they win tomorrow I do think he'll win.
    Or, the Redskins drafted two really good QB's.

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    Luke is leading the league in tackles right? He's got my vote.

    RGIII, Wilson, Luck, I don't care who wins it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattcribbin View Post
    This thread will be filled with homers all praising their guy. I'm not different, except my guy actually is the best guy.
    Ditto.

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    RGIII for offensive.

    No idea for the defensive award. Multiple guys deserving although one person I don't see getting much attention for the award is Janoris Jenkins. Shame really.

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    For offense:

    Griffin
    Wilson
    Luck

    For defense:

    Harrison Smith (love this guy and he was the one player I wanted the Packers to draft)
    Casey Hayward (Hasn't given up a touchdown, 6 picks)
    Luke Kuechley

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    Andrew Lucks stats are sub-par in comparison, though Griffin missing games hurts his chances

    We Want Winston

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