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    I'd nominate Jerome Simpson for taking a helmet to helmet shot on a 20yder across the field and holding on, but don't have video of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bengals1181 View Post
    I'd nominate Jerome Simpson for taking a helmet to helmet shot on a 20yder across the field and holding on, but don't have video of it.
    Those are the worst to watch as a fan...

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    Thye Vince Wilfork sack of Henne last night was brutal. and Demarcus Ware looked plenty scary on SNF as well.

    But I'll stick to my DPotY candidate, mean Haloti.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikesteelnation1 View Post
    A tough guy is a tough guy... Sorry but neither Brady or newton was a tough guy.
    Darned tootin'

    It's Colston all the way. Stayed on the field with a broken collarbone in order to save ten seconds? Works for me.

    I had no prior knowledge of the Simpson catch/near death experience, but it's a good candidate.

    Next for me (I'm form a hockey town, so we get three) is Fred Jackson. On third and one at the end of the first half, to prevent a change of possession after KC finally scored, he got hit three times before he got to the line of scrimmage, then pushed a DB a yard past the first down marker, backwards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottDCP View Post
    Darned tootin'

    It's Colston all the way. Stayed on the field with a broken collarbone in order to save ten seconds? Works for me.

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    This is my vote right here,I couldn't help but think of this,fair or not, last night when Brandon Marshall went down late in the game and there was a 10 sec run off and what Colston had done to help the team out.
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    There's still time to vote! You have until 5 PM ET tomorrow to cast who your guy is for Week One.
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    CONGRATULATIONS MARQUES COLSTON! YOU RECEIVE THE 1ST EVER AND WEEK ONE FOOTBALL PROS TOUGH GUY AWARD!

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