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    Angry Football Pros All-Man Award-Week 11

    Lower the Boom Ya'll. Don't forget the Epic TNF game on 11/17 on NFLN featuring the Jets & the Broncos.

    To answer Trumpetdbw from last week; sure, we can have banter within these parts of play calling. As long as you vote with your post. [I guess some folks are scratched off holiday greeting card lists.]
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    Legarrette Blount. 107 yards on 18 carries, a touchdown, and this:
    http://www.nfl.com/videos/tampa-bay-...broken-tackles

    Best run of the year.

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    matt stafford. I thought he was going to get benched after the second pick, and then he threw for 5 TDs
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    I'll stay with the Lions and nominate Kevin Smith.

    16 ATT/140 YDS/8.8 AVG/LNG 43/2 TD/4 REC/61 YDS/15.3 AVG/LNG 28/1 TD no turnovers

    Not bad for a guy who was on the couch two weeks ago.
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    Men simply do whatever is necessary to win.

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    Legarrette Blount hands down. Nobody will convince me otherwise. That run was pure determination. He made sure tacklers like Dez Bishop and AJ Hawk look like HS players. Kudos to him.
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    Tebow? Smith? Stafford?

    All good picks.

    But this is probably the play of the week.

    http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-game-h...ecovers-fumble
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    Gotta go with RB Kevin Smith. Bro Man came out of nowhere to ball out for the Lions. He was cut by them, was on the street for a year and was re-signed this year. Props to him for doin his thing. Two touchdowns can't be wrong. [Get Well soon Jahvid Best]
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    Stafford. Hands down. He personally put his team in a hole with his ints. He then personally put his team on his back and scored 40+ again. 5tds is ridiculous!!! He got past his suck early and was masterful late, in spite of the deficit. The lions have 3 17+ comebacks this year. No one has done that. Stafford was a beast late after being a goat early. Big time ups for that. Plus he's been captain charmin in previous seasons. Missed tons of time for an injury. He threw 5tds w a broken index finger on his throwing hand. That's big time. That's the second most imp finger to throw.

    Great game, gutty performance. Broken finger.. he's disproved the charmin charge while disregarding the bobby layne curse. Seems to me the tough guy of the week, all things considered...
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    While eating today, ponder One Very Important Question: Who IS The Week 11 Football Pros All-Man? Voting here will be like your dessert topping.
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