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Week 12 postseason awards watch

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Every Tuesday, we take a look at the candidates for the various postseason awards.

It’s meaningless, we know.  But so are the awards.

This week, we’ve included a curve ball that could spark a little debate.  Did we do it with the intention of sparking debate?  That’s something that fairly could be debated.

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5 Responses to “Week 12 postseason awards watch”
  1. pooflingingmonkey says: Nov 30, 2010 4:13 PM

    Sorry, I didn’t make it past the commercial.

  2. Stiller43 says: Nov 30, 2010 4:15 PM

    2 things.

    1, Where’s the full screen option? Don’t want people to get close ups of your piece?

    2, How in the H-E-double hockey sticks would a current 2-9 coach get coach of the year? Seems like the ole saying “your potential will get me fired.” Losing close games doesn’t mean you’re deserving, it means you need to change something to make your team WIN those close games.

  3. pastabelly says: Nov 30, 2010 4:17 PM

    Florio, the two obvious candidates for coach of the year are Raheem Morris and Todd Haley. I couldn’t even make a case for one over the other. Both are so far ahead of your choice that it’s ridiculous to have that discussion. Chan Gailley’s teams seem to find new ways to lose every week and some of it is just bad coaching.

  4. kevo126 says: Nov 30, 2010 5:13 PM

    about harrison: they are penalties for breaking the rules, not playing hard. you can play hard and still play legally.

  5. nepatriots128154 says: Nov 30, 2010 6:12 PM

    What about Devin McCourty, the Patriot’s CB for DROY. I may be a homer, but you tell me who had the bigger effect Thanksgiving: Suh or McCourty?

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