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Thread: Franchise MVP 2000-2009

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pruitt View Post
    Sadly, in Buffalo it may be their only pro-bowler of the decade - Punter Brian Moorman.
    It is - but Schobel got in on merit a couple times. He's close. I give it to Moorman on the strength of durability - the last year and a half really took a total on Aaron Schobel. Plus, he isn't all that good at covering tailbacks twenty yards downfield. Oh wait, why is he doing that at all, much less more than once a game? Sorry, lost it for a moment there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottDCP View Post
    It is - but Schobel got in on merit a couple times. He's close. I give it to Moorman on the strength of durability - the last year and a half really took a total on Aaron Schobel. Plus, he isn't all that good at covering tailbacks twenty yards downfield. Oh wait, why is he doing that at all, much less more than once a game? Sorry, lost it for a moment there.
    Don't get me started!

    You're right about Schobel - if he wasn't the only good lineman during the decade, he'd have been better known around the league.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DannyMilk View Post
    Wow, over Tiki? Just curious, I don't disagree or anything, just wonderin what the thought process is as a Giant fan
    Not a Giant fan, but for starters Tiki wasn't on the team that won the Super Bowl...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turk Schonert View Post
    Upon saying that last statement, why wouldn't Dick LeBeau be MVP ?
    Doesn't the "P" in "MVP" stand for Player?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polishguy00 View Post
    I am going to try as a fan of football to guess each team's guy. Again, not necessarily MVP, but the face of the franchise. I couple I think of are not players. This is only my perspective, so please, discuss. I am just writing these, so obviously will be missed.

    Jags-Brunell
    Texans-Schaub
    Colts-Peyton
    Titans-Eddie George
    I go with Andre Johnson in Houston personally...but I don't live there haha
    2010 Chicago Bears: NFC North Champions

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    Quote Originally Posted by DannyMilk View Post
    I go with Andre Johnson in Houston personally...but I don't live there haha
    Agreed. Also Steve Smith for Carolina and Ricky Williams for Miami.
    [I]"Now I know that I'm supposed to lead by example and all that but I'm not shoving that aside like it don't mean anything. I know it's important, I honestly do, but we're talking about practice. We're talking about practice man. We're not talking about the game, we're talking about practice."[/I]

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