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Postby moochman » Mon Jan 12, 2004 10:12 am

Manning hands down has performed better than anyone so far in these playoffs. I also think Priest deserves a honorable mention. Looked like he could've ran all game long if they would have let him.
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Postby slowkidz » Mon Jan 12, 2004 10:45 am

Manning. He is playing like the NFL MVP ought to be playing! ;-D

I'd give an Honorable Mention to McNabb. He was the Philly Offense yesterday.
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Postby fntsyrookie » Mon Jan 12, 2004 12:16 pm

I'd say Manning...the guy is playing like he's from another planet.

McNabb and the entire Panther's team (they had a solid effort) are a close second.
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Postby deftdelivery » Mon Jan 12, 2004 3:50 pm

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Postby WeaponX20 » Tue Jan 13, 2004 12:26 am

This one you have to break down by AFC and NFC. The AFC vote clearly goes to Peyton Manning, or how about the Hunter Smith. Special teams are so vitally important in the playoffs. He is the only kicker you can say who hasnt done anything to hurt his team. But seriously, its Manning.

In the NFC its tough, Carolina showed alot of grit but the gameball cant really go to a unit in the fairer sense of the award. So it has to go to McNabb, he started off pretty weakly but overcame that and had a heck of a game. Around 250 passing with 2 tds, 107 rushing, never done by a quarterback in the history of the playoffs ever! And had many clutch throws throughout the game. Most obvious the 4th and 26, but would that 4th and 26 even matter if he didnt break 2 1/2 tackles that would of resulted in a sack to find Pinkston in the front corner of the endzone with a laserbeam accurate pass.

Overall the award would have to go to McNabb solely on the basis that he doesnt have the weapons to worth with as does Manning and a case could be made that the Packers Defense is better then Kansas Citys especially of the last month plus.
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Postby CKY_ROX » Tue Jan 13, 2004 4:57 pm

McNabb because of his 100 - 200 preformane. thats a playopff record for rushing yards for a wb

honorable mention - peyton
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Postby maddog60 » Wed Jan 14, 2004 5:20 pm

I think Peyton gets the game ball, for an entire game of just amazing play. However 2 honorable mentions for the 2 most incredible plays of the weekend.

1) McNabb's TD pass to Pinkston. No other QB in the league could've made that play, b/c no one else would've escaped the blitz. This is what makes him a great and unique QB.

2) Jeff Wilkins. He covered his own onside kick! That's something I have never seen and will probably never see again at any level of football.
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