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(If the Pats win,) this overlooked warrior will be Super Bowl MVP

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  1. Ice_Ice_Brady

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    DISCLAIMER: THIS IS IF THE PATRIOTS WIN THE GAME

    There is really only one player who will be disrespected this week for not being as flashy as others at his position. All he has done is blown up the league week in and week out, come up huge in every postseason game, and been one of the most clutch players in NFL history. He has never been the reason for playoff shortcomings. He has potentially redefined the position, is coming off an unbelievable season, and yet will consistently be overlooked as a product of the system. But this guy has heart and will like no other. His drive to win this game is greater than any other player on the field, and he knows this might be his last chance.

    The term "unstoppable" will be used many times over the next ten days, and yet it will never be used on him. Although he respected, it is always in an almost condescending manner that never truly recognizes his greatness and brilliance. I believe that, of all the players with a chip on their shoulder, this is guy that I believe in the most. He is a hero who has never fully been recognized for his accomplishments. He is a future Hall of Famer who is never mentioned in Hall of Fame debates.

    This will be the game that puts him in. He is my prediction for Super Bowl 46 MVP.

    Can anyone tell me who this is?
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    Tiquan Underwood?
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    WFW a.k.a. WWW.
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    Ryan Mallett? At least the future hall of fame part.
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    Adam Seward?
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    Sergio Brown obviously
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    Kevin faulk\WW?
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    +1... might be like when Branch was MVP... all those catches, yet no TD, YET still the MVP. I could see that with Wes.
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    lol... I like the humor.

    I'll let you guys know after the Super Bowl. But here's a hint: enjoy hearing about how incredibly athletic and unstoppable Nicks, Cruz, and Manningham are for the next week. Too bad their counterpart is merely the best wide receiver in the NFL and has been for a long time and a guy who has torched them every time they've played.

    But, hey, potential and talent is sexier than excellence and results.
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    If it's 85 fagetaboutit.
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    this thread annoys the **** out of me for some reason
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    #24 Jersey

    So whats the point of the thread? its like a girl strips for you and says she will **** you after the wedding.
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    You're not a Patriots fan and wouldn't understand.
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    I'm a Patriots and still don't understand.

    It's a stupid thread.
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    how am I not a Patriots fan lol please explain
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    seems to be Wilfork
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    He's referring to Welker, Wilfork has been called nothing but unstoppable for the entire post season, so far. He's been playing in another gear since the bye week.
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    You guys are all retarted. It's pretty obviously wes... unless im missing something
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    Based on some of your hints, I can only guess Welker... but he HAS been getting a fair amount of press the last few years. And the whole "clutch playoff performer" doesn't ring true since he doesn't have the experience there.

    And I have no idea who has "re-defined the position" (possibly Wes, but still a stretch). And you said he had an "unbelievable season", meaning he must be somewhat of a big-name player.

    No matter who you say, I think you've hyped it up too much to get the kind of response you were looking for... so somewhat of a fail here lol
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    Did I not give it away by calling him the counterpart to Cruz, Manningham, and Nicks???

    Okay, okay, it's Welker. I thought it was pretty obvious. And if you don't think he's redefined the WR position, you haven't been paying attention to offenses, or the draft, since 2007.

    In plain english, everyone, my prediction is that Wes Welker will be the game's MVP (if the Pats win.)
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    I think it's fair. He was getting a lot of press in the earlier part of the season but has been overlooked since people started realizing how good the Tight Ends were, I think the fact that the first group of people didnt get the hint, shows how easy it is to overlook him. Nonetheless, I like that he gets overlooked
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    If welker has a huge game, Brady will be the MVP imo
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    I guess you are a Pats fan. Jumped the gun when I saw your post count.

    I think Wes goes for 150 plus. But no more talk, don't want to jinx it. I'm just going on my gut like everyone else, my gut and the matchup. Despite the way Brady has played against the Giants, they still have been burned by Welker. He is the best non-QB offensive player on the field for either team, bar none. But have fun hearing seeing the special programs about Nicks and Cruz all week. After all, they are about 75% as good as Wes on their best days.
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    Care to elaborate on this though?

    Welker has played 5 playoff games and averaged only 64 yards per game. Branch has "come up huge" in the playoffs moreso than Welker has.
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    If we were to learn that Wes Welker was unable to play in the Supe, an icy chill would pass through me. No matter how many all star tight ends we can put out there, Wes the Great is and always is our Ace in the hole when it comes to any competitive game.
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    I thought for sure it was gonna be Eli Manning, meaning he was gonna have to blow the game for us to win, therefor being "our" MVP of the game.
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    hahah I like this line of thinking
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    Hokey as the OP was I agree that Welker is going to be huge in the Bowl. The TE's are getting so much attention and have been so dominant lately that the Giants are going to have to pay a ton of attention to them, Welker is going to benefit from this and Brady getting rid of the ball quickly.
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    I'd have to say... "a-sfinkteah-sez-whut"

    We have 3 guys on offense near the top if not the top guy at the position.
    Defensively we have Vince and Albert Haynseworth...oops strike that last name, his team went 0-8 or 9 after we dumped him.

    I just want to win, win big, win ugly, win so the NY fans are crying foul by the refs? But, I would prefer an offensive domination where we will by 3 touchdowns. Maybe it can be a birthday wish.
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    A lot of people forget Welker had 11 receptions in his last Super Bowl appearance, tying Rice, Dan Ross and Deion for the record.
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