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    As of right now, how many postseason awards do the Pats deserve?

    In my opinion, they deserve, or at least should be very high in the running for the following:

    MVP- Tom Brady, no-brainer

    Offensive Player of the Year- Brady. I could see this going to Rivers or Rodgers, but Brady leads the league in TDs. His stats are as impressive as his intangibles, and these are against a brutal schedule.

    Defensive Rookie of the Year- Devin McCourty. I truly would vote for him over Suh. Suh is great but can't stop the run and bull rushes on every play. McCourty does not have a weakness and still forces turnovers. By the way, an interception is worth at least three sacks.

    Comeback Player of the Year- Wes Welker. It just depends on your definition of "comeback." He did not miss significant game time, but come on... has any player been more remarkable and made a better comeback in such a short time?

    Coach of the Year- Bill Belichick; the only other viable candidate is Sean Payton, although the media loves guys like Haley (who actually is not a good HC)

    Executive of the Year- Bill Belichick/Nick Caserio. Best draft in the NFL; the Moss move; the Woodhead pickup. No one else comes close here.

    Humiliating, embarrassing loss of the year- Which team do you think deserves this and why?
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    Re: As of right now, how many postseason awards do the Pats deserve?

    I'll settle for a Lombardi.
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    Re: As of right now, how many postseason awards do the Pats deserve?

    As of right now, they don't deserve any awards because they haven't done anything.

    That what they'll tell you......... :cool:
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    Re: As of right now, how many postseason awards do the Pats deserve?

    TWO:

    The Lamar Hunt Trophy & the Lombardi Trophy.
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    Re: Don Banks' season awards column

    This morning Don Banks is a genius...
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    Re: Don Banks' season awards column

    He's wicked smaht! :p
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    Re: Don Banks' season awards column

    Tomorrow I'll be guilty again of always, always, always looking for the negative ...
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    Re: Don Banks' season awards column

    It's nice to have career goals.
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    Re: Don Banks' season awards column

    I've always been a big Don Banks fan. He maintains objectivity pretty well, he admits when he was wrong, he doesn't overreact in knee-jerk fashion. As an added bonus, he seems to have a pretty good knowledge of the Pats, including correctly predicting that they'd pick Mayo and Butler in the last couple of years (granted, he thought Butler would be taken in the 1st, but who could have seen the trade-down coming?)
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    Re: Don Banks' season awards column

    I like Banks too. He moved to the area a couple of years ago so that does give him a little more of a local perspective on the team.
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    Re: Don Banks' season awards column

    He chose Tice and the Bears Offensive line? Really?
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    Re: Don Banks' season awards column

    His need to award something to Vick translated into Offensive player of the Year???

    They all keep overlooking Welker's comeback, like he did so well out of the gate they've forgotten he wasn't supposed to start the season (and in doing so facilitate the jettisoning of Randy and reacquisition of Branch and rebirth of the multiple TE offense balanced with a running game...). Although at least he gave that award to someone who came back from a non self inflicted injury. Welker should be the co winner.

    And Bradford got exposed a little last night. Kinda like Suh whose dominance kinda faded in the second half while a players like McCourty and Gronkowski actually became more consistently dominant. But that's what happens when the media begins to predetermine their favorites in the pre season based on media hype and projections.

    Haley was not remotely the second best COTY candidate...
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    re: Clayton's 2010 All-Pro Team

    He has 12 men on D. ???
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    re: Clayton's 2010 All-Pro Team

    It ****s me that Ray Lewis is consistently chosen over the better performing Jerod Mayo. Talk about living on reputation for the most part of your career. Also I don't know how anyone can make the argument for Nnamdi and Revis over McCourty this season either. Hell even Joe Haden balled this season.
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    re: Clayton's 2010 All-Pro Team

    Wilfork should be in there instead of Suh.

    Majorly overrated.
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    re: Clayton's 2010 All-Pro Team

    All-hype team.
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    re: Clayton's 2010 All-Pro Team

    Suh over Wilfork

    Lewis over Mayo

    Foster over Charles

    McKenzie over a lot of RTs

    Wake over Harrison and Ware



    All bad calls by Clayton
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    ESPN 2010 All-Pro Team

    1600 yards. 16 tds. 66 catches.

    Foster deserve it.
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    re: Clayton's 2010 All-Pro Team

    yup, he got it in by going with the classic 44 D.
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    re: Clayton's 2010 All-Pro Team

    I don't know if ESPN wants to take complete ownership of this mess. So I'll change the title to Clayton's or Mr Peepers.
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    re: Clayton's 2010 All-Pro Team

    1400+ yards on a 6.4 ypc average that was almost an NFL record. 44 catches.

    Charles deserves it.
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    Re: Clayton's 2010 All-Pro Team

    You're going to catch some flack from a few posters here over the bolded, especially. I agree, and have made arguments in Mayo's favor in the past. So far, all anybody can tell me is that Lewis is better because he screams and dances when he comes out onto the field and pass rushes more often.
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    Re: Clayton's 2010 All-Pro Team

    Why does anybody care what that dweeb, Clayton thinks?
    The guy doesn't look look or sound like he knows anything about football.
    Hell I doubt he's even been on an athletic field his whole life.
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    Re: Clayton's 2010 All-Pro Team

    Clayton is an idiot, what's new? He consistently pushes out the worst articles ever. I take Bleacher Report articles more seriously than his work.
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    Re: Clayton's 2010 All-Pro Team

    Great bulletin board material...
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    Re: Clayton's 2010 All-Pro Team

    Clayton's list sucks. Call me what you will, but how can you leave Wilfork off the list when the man played (and dominated) every position on the D-Line and dropped back in coverage during the season? Get out of here Clayton. Mayo being left off was also ridiculous. Also, I have all the respect in the world for Nnamdi and Revis, but McCourty outperformed both and so did Joe Haden. This list sucks.
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    Re: Clayton's 2010 All-Pro Team

    The cryptkeeper has no clue what he's talking about.

    McCourty, Brandon Flowers and that kid from Green Bay (I forget his name) were all far better than Revis in 2010.

    Add the Lewis pick, and more proof that this guy is clueless, he's just name dropping.
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    Re: Clayton's 2010 All-Pro Team

    Clayton is the most predictable ESPN "personality" they have. Everything he writes or says is manufactured and watered down. He will always choose style over substance. He isn't creative at all. He writes exactly what ESPN wants. He is uninteresting and pointless.
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