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    JJ Watt Was RIDICULOUS in 2012

    Since PFF has recorded stats/made them available, Watt graded out to have BY FAR the best season tracked. He finished with an absurd +101.7 grade (55.2 points above 2nd place for 3-4 DE). As a bit of scale/perspective, a pretty damn good season from Justin Smith graded at +22.2.

    Linksauce to his Weekly Grades

    Also of note, Von Miller's grade of +78.5 is the second highest grade PFF has ever given. It's a whole 61.6 points above the 2nd place 4-3 OLB.

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    Dpoy.

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    easily DPOY.

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    One of the best seasons I have seen by a defensive player.... EVER. If he isn't DPOY of the year its a crime.

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    I agree he's a beast. PassedD, Sacks, Beast.
    Petr Mrazek is the Future24 straight..... 24 more incoming

    \/So is Tommy Tats\/


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    Defensive Player of the Year.

    He had an amazing season and was consistent week after week. I'm glad that people are finally showing him love and realizing he's a 3-4 DE which is a much harder position to get sacks in then a 4-3 DE. In most 3-4 sets the guy getting the sacks is an OLB.

    81 Tackles
    20.5 Sacks
    4 Forced Fumbles
    16 Passes Deflected

    He's also a great guy off the field. He's had several kids from the Conn. tragedy down to play around on the field, he's always helping out the less fortunate. He's a great player and a even better person. As you can tell by my avatar J.J. is my favorite Texan.

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    He's the obvious DPOY. I honestly wouldn't be mad if he won MVP, but of course he won't.

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    Too bad MVP is only for offensive players

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    Quote Originally Posted by TaylorMays View Post
    Too bad MVP is only for offensive players
    Lawrence Taylor won the MVP before

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    Quote Originally Posted by t_money25 View Post
    Lawrence Taylor won the MVP before

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    Joke
















    you guys' heads.

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    Beast. DPOY
    (2/1/2015)


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    Gotta be roids.

    That's how PSD explains talent.
    I'm In.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Iansnightout View Post
    Gotta be roids.

    That's how PSD explains talent.
    Nah, roids is how we explain players using PEDs.

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    I'm a Broncos homer, but gotta admit that Watt edged out Miller this year. An outstanding year by Miller, but just a beastly performance by Watt.

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