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NFL 2017 Midseason Awards: MMQB


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MVP

1. Carson Wentz, Philadelphia: 79 points (9 first-place votes)
2. Tom Brady, New England: 77 (8 first-place votes)
3. Alex Smith, Kansas City: 43 (1 first-place vote)
4. Drew Brees, New Orleans: 18
5. Russell Wilson, Seattle: 17
6. Deshaun Watson, Houston: 12
7. Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh: 8
8(tie). Todd Gurley, L.A. Rams: 3
8(tie). Kareem Hunt, Kansas City: 3
8(tie). Matthew Stafford, Detroit: 3
11(tie). Jared Goff, L.A. Rams: 3
11(tie). Travis Kelce, Kansas City: 3
13(tie). Calais Campbell, Jacksonville: 1
13(tie). Fletcher Cox, Philadelphia: 1
13(tie). Josh McCown, N.Y. Jets: 1

DEFENSIVE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

1. Marshon Lattimore, New Orleans: 47 points (15 first-place votes)
2. Tre'Davious White, Buffalo: 21
3. T.J. Watt, Pittsburgh: 17 (1 first-place vote)
4. Jamal Adams, N.Y. Jets: 9 (1 first-place vote)
5. Malik Hooker, Indianapolis: 5 (1 first-place vote)
6. Marcus Maye, N.Y. Jets: 3
7(tie). Myles Garrett, Cleveland: 2
7(tie). Carl Lawson, Cincinnati: 2
9(tie). Jarrad Davis, Detroit: 1
9(tie). Marcus Williams, New Orleans: 1

COACH OF THE YEAR

1. Sean McVay, L.A. Rams: 48 points (14 first-place votes)
2. Doug Pederson, Philadelphia: 25 (1 first-place vote)
3. Andy Reid, Kansas City: 10
4. Mike Zimmer, Minnesota: 7 (1 first-place vote)
5. Sean McDermott, Buffalo: 6 (1 first-place vote)
6(tie). Todd Bowles, N.Y. Jets: 3 (1 first-place vote)
6(tie). Doug Marrone, Jacksonville: 3
6(tie). Sean Payton, New Orleans: 3
9. Bill Belichick, New England: 2
10. Bill O'Brien, Houston: 1

https://www.si.com/nfl/2017/11/08/midseason-mvp-rookie-year-defensive-player-year-coach-year

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10 minutes ago, UnitedWhofans said:

Firing the GM. Especially given how they did it. In general, I think that’s a bad way to do it. 

Doug Whaley?  They should have kept him on?  You didn't like the way they got rid of him?  Did they owe him more respect based upon his comments that football is a game "humans are not supposed to play" or the porn/dirty joke he sent that got forwarded around to league officials?  

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1 minute ago, #27TheDominator said:

Doug Whaley?  They should have kept him on?  You didn't like the way they got rid of him?  Did they owe him more respect based upon his comments that football is a game "humans are not supposed to play" or the porn/dirty joke he sent that got forwarded around to league officials?  

The first comment seems to be correct. The dirty joke is another story.

But that’s not here nor there. Fire him before the draft

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47 minutes ago, UnitedWhofans said:

The first comment seems to be correct. The dirty joke is another story.

But that’s not here nor there. Fire him before the draft

What "first comment."  They extended him in 2016 and are paying him through 2019, why shouldn't he have to do some work.  You think it is smarter to hire somebody new and and entirely new scouting department and give them a couple of months to prepare for the draft?  It may not be super smart to have a lame duck running the draft, OTOH, they got an extra first and a CB that got more votes than both our safeties combined. 

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Just now, #27TheDominator said:

What "first comment."  They extended him in 2016 and are paying him through 2019, why shouldn't he have to do some work.  You think it is smarter to hire somebody new and and entirely new scouting department and give them a couple of months to prepare for the draft?  It may not be super smart to have a lame duck running the draft, OTOH, they got an extra first and a CB that got more votes than both our safeties combined. 

The comment that football is a game humans aren’t born to play or whatever. That is true.

As to your other point, the fact that we have 2 players in the top voting for DPOY  is better than them having one. Strength in numbers

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1 minute ago, UnitedWhofans said:

The comment that football is a game humans aren’t born to play or whatever. That is true.

As to your other point, the fact that we have 2 players in the top voting for DPOY  is better than them having one. Strength in numbers

The fact that they are 5-3 is better than our being 4-5.  Just win, baby. 

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Just now, UnitedWhofans said:

Yes I’m sure they reveled in that after gett By their asses kicked the said inferior team One thursday night

Does losing to the Jets on a Thursday night prevent teams from making the playoffs?  Cause I am pretty sure that having a losing record and being in last place with losses to every team in your division usually does.

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2 minutes ago, #27TheDominator said:

Does losing to the Jets on a Thursday night prevent teams from making the playoffs?  Cause I am pretty sure that having a losing record and being in last place with losses to every team in your division usually does.

Ask Seattle if having a losing record and having losses to teams in your division prevents teams from getting into the playoffs.

That was a public humiliation that showed that even if the Bills do make the playoffs, I’m not sure if people will believe they are championship material

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16 minutes ago, UnitedWhofans said:

Ask Seattle if having a losing record and having losses to teams in your division prevents teams from getting into the playoffs.

That was a public humiliation that showed that even if the Bills do make the playoffs, I’m not sure if people will believe they are championship material

Are the Jets "championship material?"  

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Just now, UnitedWhofans said:

If you seriously have to ask me that question, you don’t watch or pay attention.

If you are being facetious, what’s your point?

Trying to understand yours.  The Bills are not very good, but they are better than the Jets and appear to be in better shape moving forward.  Even by using the stupid "awards" in this thread, their coach and rookie are rated higher.  You can bash them, but I don't see why that would make any Jet fan feel better.

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8 minutes ago, #27TheDominator said:

Trying to understand yours.  The Bills are not very good, but they are better than the Jets and appear to be in better shape moving forward.  Even by using the stupid "awards" in this thread, their coach and rookie are rated higher.  You can bash them, but I don't see why that would make any Jet fan feel better.

I think the Bills might actually be in a tougher spot. They were setting up to try and get one off those top QBs. Instead they are contending for the playoffs. So what do they do? They are in the same position the Jets were in two years ago. 

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3 minutes ago, UnitedWhofans said:

I think the Bills might actually be in a tougher spot. They were setting up to try and get one off those top QBs. Instead they are contending for the playoffs. So what do they do? They are in the same position the Jets were in two years ago. 

They have two firsts, two seconds, and two thirds in the upcoming draft. They are significantly better positioned to get a top QB (or anyone else) than we are.

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