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Luke was the best defensive player last week but all things considered Wilson is by far the best player last week and it's not close.

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Luke was the best defensive player last week but all things considered Wilson is by far the best player last week and it's not close.

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Luke was the best defensive player last week but all things considered Wilson is by far the best player last week and it's not close.

Seriously, what do you have against Luke? First you think Beason is better than Luke and now this. Luke is every bit on Wilson's level just the other side of the ball. I'd even say Luke is better at MLB than Wilson is at QB. But that's just my opinion.

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I'm just a realist, said Luke was the best defensive player last week. but how do you compare what Luke did to Wilson dismantling the 49'ers with a 4td performance?

Luke had a great game against a crummy Raiders team and Wilson had a awesome game against arguably the best team in the NFC?

yeah they are so comparable.

Take the homer glasses off, just stating a fact does not mean I'm hating on the guy, facts are just facts. and Wilson had the better win and game.

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Luke may be a better MLB than Wilson is a QB, but this last week Wilson just had a better game.

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Don't care much about the award stuff, though I'll definitely vote for him.

But right now, I'm just imagining how good Luke could become after a full pro offseason :D

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