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The Legend 12-14-2008 03:33 AM

Vote for the Defensive Player of the Year
 
Ed Reed - 38 Tackles, 1 Force Fumble, 7 Interceptions, 3 Touchdowns, 21 Deflections, 213 Yards, 1 Sack

Terrell Suggs - 63 Tackles, 8 Sacks, 2 Interceptions, 1 Force Fumble, 2 Touchdowns, 11 Deflections, 86 Yards

Nick Collins - 65 Tackles, 1 Force Fumble, 5 Interceptions, 3 Touchdowns, 15 Deflections, 230 Yards

Charles Woodson - 54 Tackles, 1 Force Fumble, 3 Sack, 5 Interceptions, 2 Touchdowns, 19 Deflections, 122 Yards

Troy Polamalu - 70 Tackles, 7 Interceptions, 23 Deflections, 59 Yards

James Harrison - 101 Tackles, 7 Force Fumble, 1 Interceptions, 4 Deflections, 16 Sacks, 33 Yards

DeMarcus Ware - 80 Tackles, 6 Force Fumble, 20 Sacks, 2 Deflections

Joey Porter - 46 Tackles, 4 Force Fumble, 17.5 Sacks, 1 Deflections

Cortland Finnegan - 69 Tackles, 1 Sack, 5 Interceptions, 1 Touchdowns, 22 Deflections, 100 Yards

Albert Hanyesworth - 51 Tackles, 3 Force Fumble, 8.5 Sacks, 2 Deflections

Turtlepower 12-14-2008 03:40 AM

Kris Jenkins should be on there.

The Legend 12-14-2008 03:41 AM

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Originally Posted by Turtlepower (Post 1368273)
Kris Jenkins should be on there.

Damn I wish I added him...

BlindSite 12-14-2008 03:50 AM

What a terrible list.

The Legend 12-14-2008 04:05 AM

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Originally Posted by BlindSite (Post 1368279)
What a terrible list.

Who did i miss?

Chris Gamble - 75 Tackles, 1 Force Fumble, 2 Interceptions, 60 Yards, 1 Touchdown, 17 Deflections

Good Stats but Woodson and Finnegan are better.

Julius Peppers - 44 Tackles, 5 Force Fumble, 12.5 Sacks, 60 Yards, 4 Deflections

Good Stats but Porter, Ware, and Harrison are better.

Stats are not everything but those players have better stats and a better years in my book

Dr. Gonzo 12-14-2008 04:06 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by The Legend (Post 1368282)
Who did i miss?

Every Panther defensive player :) They are all MVP's.

The Legend 12-14-2008 04:15 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dr. Gonzo (Post 1368283)
Every Panther defensive player :) They are all MVP's.

Even their offensive players ;)

JonasBlane 12-14-2008 04:34 AM

James Harrison hands down.

Staubach12 12-14-2008 02:04 PM

My vote has to be for James Harrison. He's playing lights out. Second place is a tie between Hanyesworth and Ware.

captainjack27 12-14-2008 02:13 PM

Harrison for me. Ware, Haynesworth are right there tho. Ed Reed and Polamalu are close too.

Saints-Tigers 12-14-2008 02:28 PM

Albert Haynesworth, not close.

Gay Ork Wang 12-14-2008 02:32 PM

lets give it to bob sanders again

Smooth Criminal 12-14-2008 02:42 PM

I'm taking Polamalu. He has been playing his best football of his career and its really showing. He has made some amazing picks and 23 pass deflections is an amazing stat.

My second has to be Harrison. He has simply been a beast of a player all season long.

Yes, I am a biased Steelers fan, but I've seen both these guys making great defensive plays all season long. These two are the reason the Steelers have the #1 defense.

Gay Ork Wang 12-14-2008 03:03 PM

i dont get how there can be 2 guys being MVPs on the same team

captainjack27 12-14-2008 03:06 PM

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Originally Posted by *** Ork Wang (Post 1368774)
i dont get how there can be 2 guys being MVPs on the same team

When was the last time a defense had two players playing this well? This is probably the best defense since the 2000 Ravens.

bearsfan_51 12-14-2008 03:07 PM

Nick Collins!?!?!?

Vox Populi 12-14-2008 03:08 PM

I'm on Reed for this one. I've got Harrison second with Haynesworth third.

Gay Ork Wang 12-14-2008 03:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by captainjack27 (Post 1368784)
When was the last time a defense had two players playing this well? This is probably the best defense since the 2000 Ravens.

nvm i thought its MVP not DotY

Turtlepower 12-14-2008 03:18 PM

Honestly, I really think Polamalu should not even be in the discussion. I'm not saying he is bad, but his year is being drastically helped by the best defensive front seven in football.

I'd go with Haynesworth and then Kris Jenkins.

Marino13 12-14-2008 04:10 PM

not saying he should be DPOY but Joey Porter has gotten several sacks this year that have won us games, today included

Staubach12 12-14-2008 04:15 PM

Big Al is down... It looks bad. This could hurt his chances if he's out.

gsorace 12-14-2008 04:22 PM

Kris Jenkins decided to take the last 3 weeks off, he shouldn't get any consideration.

CashmoneyDrew 12-14-2008 04:56 PM

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Originally Posted by Staubach12 (Post 1369064)
Big Al is down... It looks bad. This could hurt his chances if he's out.

Forget his DPOY chances. If he's done for the year then so are we as a team. One and done in the playoffs.

nrk 12-14-2008 05:27 PM

I voted for Harrison. It was a tough decision between him and Haynesworth. 89 Tackles, 7 forced fumbles and 15 sacks is pretty crazy. Haynesworth definitely means more to his team I think though. I almost wanted to vote for Polamalu. He has had some sick interceptions this year.

Mr. Stiller 12-14-2008 05:31 PM

I have to go with Harrison...

The guy has been one of the most complete defensive players in the league...

Sacks, FF's, an INT and a Safety.. the guy just makes plays and doesn't stop.


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