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  • He would with his performance this week if not for RGIII's performance as well...
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  • <----- voted and shared on my facebook
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  • I agree that RGIII will probably win.
    And as an observant Hawks fan I am actually okay
    with that. The reason being, I like the way Russ plays
    with a chip on his shoulder... with something to prove.
    I will still vote for him this week though.
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  • It's a travesty if RGIII wins. I watched the Redskins game. He had one good run and was garbage the rest of the day. I'm so sick of that guy. Most over-hyped player in the NFL right now. He seriously looked like garbage.
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  • You can vote over and over again. I've got like 30+ already. Go Wilson, and Go Hawks!
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  • I think Russell will win this. The legend grows.
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  • Zebulon Dak wrote:I think Russell will win this. The legend grows.


    The shadow of his legend will grow tall before him, and they will know him by the trail of dead left in his wake...
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  • Voted as well. This is very deserved by any standard.
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  • I voted, and voted, and voted, and voted, and voted, and voted, and voted, and voted, you should too.
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  • Voted. I think RW put up the best QB performance.....RG3 probably had the best running back performance.
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  • Wilson became the first rookie since the NFL merger to throw two game-winning TD passes in the last two minutes of a game in one season. He also became just the fifth QB to do it in the last four seasons. In the comeback win against New England, he erased a 13-point deficit in under eight minutes. If that's not a Rookie of the Week winner, I don't know what is.
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  • Seahawk Sailor wrote:Wilson became the first rookie since the NFL merger to throw two game-winning TD passes in the last two minutes of a game in one season. He also became just the fifth QB to do it in the last four seasons. In the comeback win against New England, he erased a 13-point deficit in under eight minutes. If that's not a Rookie of the Week winner, I don't know what is.


    Yep. I'm glad RGIII had a 78 yard run. Bully for him. We beat one of the most hated teams in the league with a comeback win.
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  • Russell beat the om Brady led Patriots, who did Griffin beat? The turnover prone team of this week, the Vikings. That pick 6 was a ridiculous gift by Ponder that anyone coulod have scored on. Without that, it is anyones game.
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  • SE174 wrote:You can vote over and over again. I've got like 30+ already. Go Wilson, and Go Hawks!


    Noob.

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    I'm voting 600+ times per hour.

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  • Man... if you actually watch all the highlight videos, it's pretty hard to vote for ayone BUT Wilson. Bob Griffen and Tannehill both looked pretty good, but Wilson looked phenomenal. If he doesn't win, people weren't paying attention and just voted for names (whatelse is new).
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  • 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?).
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    Russ for the win!
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  • haha wtf
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  • that made me laugh! hahahahahaha
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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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