A look at the postseason awards, quarter pole view

Each week, we do a bonus PFT Daily segment that takes a look at the candidates for the major awards.

We do it on Tuesday, and today is Tuesday.

So we do it today.

 

15 responses to “A look at the postseason awards, quarter pole view

  1. Hey paravensjeff
    you are right one loss does a champion not make that’s why there have been nothing but undefeated champions throughout the modern NFL. Thank you for displaying your lack of football knowledge, now go back to blaming the refs for the ravens’ losses.

  2. Peyton Manning is leading a .500 team. Rivers and Orton will be lucky to break .500 in the standings.
    Sanchez will split votes with LT and everyone knows defense carries that team.
    That only leaves Jay Cutler for serious MVP consideration. The Bears will bounce back and finish the year 12-4 or 13-3 with Cutler breaking 4000 yards passing, but nowhere near Marino’s record because you don’t throw as much when you’re winning.

  3. Contention? If Bradford got them to .500 that would be amazing..
    And you forgot Ngata as a DPOY candidate. Dude is playing insanely good this season.

  4. PARavens,
    The Ravens barely beat a Steelers team led by a 4th string QB. How in the world will they beat them when Big Ben returns?!
    The Ravens? LOL! Definite FAIL!

  5. BigBear123 – you’re crazy, the bears are going to be exposed… cutler is not an elite qb, he makes stupid decisions. i think that offensive line has big problems and the defense not being able to exploit the giants’ problems at offensive tackle the way they should’ve is a problem too. this team is up and coming but they aren’t here yet. might slip into the playoffs but i don’t see them winning when they get there.

  6. notwhoyouthinkitis says:
    October 5, 2010 8:55 PM
    PARavens,
    The Ravens barely beat a Steelers team led by a 4th string QB. How in the world will they beat them when Big Ben returns?!
    The Ravens? LOL! Definite FAIL!
    Igottz5onit says:
    October 5, 2010 8:02 PM
    Hey paravensjeff
    you are right one loss does a champion not make that’s why there have been nothing but undefeated champions throughout the modern NFL. Thank you for displaying your lack of football knowledge, now go back to blaming the refs for the ravens’ losses.
    _______________________________
    When will yinz morons stop whining & crying? Lets see, & I’ll do this real slow for yinz Pissburghers:
    1) Last week Charlie was great & awesome when he threw up & down the field, now this week he is a 4th string QB? You cant have it both ways.
    2) Yinz could have had Bulger as your backup QB, hell it was speculated about on here & other sites. But your brilliant braintrust decided to stick with the ancient 1, the kid & the water buffalo. Can you figure out who is who?
    3) Batch is not a 4th string QB, he has been in Pissburgh 8 years. Its not like he was on the street last week, he’s been in your system all this time & knows all the in & outs of it.
    Your team is a definite fail. Your supposed #1 defense got thrown around all day. Harrison & Troy Girl were non factors. Your secondary sucks. Ngata owned & schooled your center. Your O line got pushed around all day. Your running game scares no one.
    Your team is not what you & Florio thinks it is, even now that your pervert QB is back. O, & I hate people who say LOL, so high school, so girlish. Your team = FAIL! HAHA

  7. PARavensJeff:
    This was a hard-fought football game, Pittsburgh had more rushing yards and the same number of sacks as Baltimore – the ONLY difference is the passing game, which everyone interviewed on the Steelers team agreed was not effective Sunday.
    Harrison got credit for a forced fumble as well. So pretty much the majority of what you just said – er, typed – was dead wrong. Matter of fact, history was made in that game, as Ike “Face My Clubhands” Taylor actually intercepted a pass! From the other team! On the field, in an actual game!
    I mean COME ON, that was one ugly game. Both kickers missed kicks, for one…
    Bottom line is Baltimore had a more effective passing game that day, and that proved to be the difference.
    My opinion is that Todd Heap continues to give the Steelers D trouble by forcing coverage to either commit to him or the deep ball; and Baltimore’s Offensive Coordinator is better at adjusting to the flow of the game than Bruce Arians, the most hated offensive playcaller in the universe in any sport, any time period(TM).
    Most telling will be to see if Ben makes a difference in the second game, I suspect he will. And I’ll bet you’ve made the same guess with Flacco in the past – so admit it, the next game is going to be a great one.

  8. Did someone seriously suggest Jay Cutler? Whoever did, thank you. I can’t remember the last time I laughed that hard.

  9. Your team is a definite fail. Your supposed #1 defense got thrown around all day. Harrison & Troy Girl were non factors. Your secondary sucks. Ngata owned & schooled your center. Your O line got pushed around all day. Your running game scares no one.
    —————————————————–
    Sounds like you beat us 50-0 when in reality you were a first down/30 seconds away from losing to Charlie Batch. lol.
    Roethlisberger will be 5-0 against Flacco. I’d be worried if I were a Raven fan.

  10. wait a sec….
    a cutler fan says rivers will be lucky to break .500 then says cutler should get mvp?
    cutler…a piece of crap person, who has never broken .500 since high school?
    get out of here you bears clown

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