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    Imo,pollard is team mvp



    i dont post a lot,mostly just read
    but without POLLARD,we may b historically bad on defense
    just imho
    thoughts?




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    Re: Imo,pollard is team mvp

    My nominee is Justin Tucker. He won two games for us outright at the end - and another two (the KC game and as I recall the 2nd Cleveland game). We would have been up the creek without a paddle without JT




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    Re: Imo,pollard is team mvp

    ok,ok..good choice
    heres another
    mayb or mayb not mvp
    but what would our record be without (the VERY scrutinzed signing of one)
    JACOBY JONES?
    very momentum changing BIG PLAYS...




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    Re: Imo,pollard is team mvp

    Quote Originally Posted by scottie b View Post
    ok,ok..good choice
    heres another
    mayb or mayb not mvp
    but what would our record be without (the VERY scrutinzed signing of one)
    JACOBY JONES?
    very momentum changing BIG PLAYS...
    I agree with Pollard on defense and Rice/Smith on offense is toss up.




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    Re: Imo,pollard is team mvp

    Pollard= Defensive MVP
    Rice= Offensive MVP
    Justin "King Tuck" = Special Teams MVP
    Jacoby Jones= Honorable Mention ST MVP




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    Re: Imo,pollard is team mvp

    just watched nfl rewind. pollard was great in run support as well as coverage. graham looks like a great cover guy. jimmy smith may have trouble getting back into the lineup.

    also pierce looks damn good. he hits the hole and explodes. i no ray is the guy but both of these guys are studs.

    the difference in the game was drops and untimely penties along with joes strip. in these games you have to play error free.




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    Re: Imo,pollard is team mvp

    Quote Originally Posted by Poeboy View Post
    Pollard= Defensive MVP
    Rice= Offensive MVP
    Justin "King Tuck" = Special Teams MVP
    Jacoby Jones= Honorable Mention ST MVP
    List looks pretty good to me. Pollard is a beast and always brings the wood. Problem is, in this modern-day NFL, it makes him a marked man for penalties.




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    Re: Imo,pollard is team mvp

    Pollard is easily one of the best FA pickups of Ozzie's on the defensive side of the ball.




  9. #9

    Re: Imo,pollard is team mvp

    Other than pollard I'd have to go with Ellerbe when healthy. This is just a down year all around, so many injuries lack of talent all around. Who would be your offensive MVP? Smith, doesn't get the ball enough. Boldin too many drops. Rice, doesn't get the ball enough. Pitta, injured too often. I would still say it'd have to be Boldin.




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    Re: Imo,pollard is team mvp

    No Ray Rice means very few wins. I can't say that about with certainty about any other player.
    He Who Dares.....Wins




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    Re: Imo,pollard is team mvp

    Ellerbe IMO, he's stepped up after being pretty awful when he saw the field last season. You really noticed him not being there against Pitts, broken thumbs and all.

    I'd be upset of we let him go rather than cutting ties with McClain if we can only afford one.

    McClain just hasn't improved.




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