Russell - nominee for Rookie of the Week ...

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  • I voted like 20 times, if we all do that every couple hours he can win it.
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  • CANHawk wrote:Looks like we're up for the "Never say Never" moment of the week too.

    http://www.nfl.com/voting/never-say-nev ... le=HP11_cp

    Jester. Get on it with your cheating machine (because Seattle is nothing but a bunch of dirty cheaters anyway right?).


    That one is a lot closer than Rookie of the Week. Arguably Peyton Manning's return from a 24-point deficit to win the game is more impressive, but he's Peyton Manning. He's almost expected to do that sort of thing by now. Seeing a third round rookie doing it against New England is quite a feat.
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  • Seahawk Sailor wrote:
    CANHawk wrote:Looks like we're up for the "Never say Never" moment of the week too.

    http://www.nfl.com/voting/never-say-nev ... le=HP11_cp

    Jester. Get on it with your cheating machine (because Seattle is nothing but a bunch of dirty cheaters anyway right?).


    That one is a lot closer than Rookie of the Week. Arguably Peyton Manning's return from a 24-point deficit to win the game is more impressive, but he's Peyton Manning. He's almost expected to do that sort of thing by now. Seeing a third round rookie doing it against New England is quite a feat.


    Peyton was good, but that defense was the reason for the comeback. They scored 14+ points and re-energized a stale team.
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  • Seahawk Sailor wrote:
    CANHawk wrote:Looks like we're up for the "Never say Never" moment of the week too.

    http://www.nfl.com/voting/never-say-nev ... le=HP11_cp

    Jester. Get on it with your cheating machine (because Seattle is nothing but a bunch of dirty cheaters anyway right?).


    That one is a lot closer than Rookie of the Week. Arguably Peyton Manning's return from a 24-point deficit to win the game is more impressive, but he's Peyton Manning. He's almost expected to do that sort of thing by now. Seeing a third round rookie doing it against New England is quite a feat.


    You got to give it to Manning. I dont care who you are, coming back form 24 at the half is damn impressive
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