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King Taharqa

Bob Griffin III 2012 NFL OROY

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Pete Carroll was robbed. Did a better job in a much tougher division with a much tougher

Wait could not the same thing be applied here? Walking contradiction strikes again.

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Wait could not the same thing be applied here? Walking contradiction strikes again.

Russell Wilson is "coach" of the Seahawks? He got that defense and special teams to play as hard as it did? As the earlier poster posted, he was a game manager for the first half of the season, while RG3 carried his team on his back all year. Is it possible I think Pete Carroll's coaching job > Russell Wilson's rookie year. Is it possible Rg3 > Wilson as QB, while Carroll > Shanny.

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I'm arguing with you for the sake of it honestly. I think RG3 deserved it.\

EDIT: A case can definitely be made for Wilson.

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Wilson will have plenty of time to win his own awards. This is probably the last time RG3 will play enough games in a season to win one.

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if pagano hadn't hoaxed everybody with his made up illnesses and late night phone calls to Luck he would have won oroy. Seriously though being from kentucky its hard to say anything nice about the colts. But thier stinky no good nameless roster and coaches was a far higher climb to the playoffs in my opinion. Skins and seahawks had a somewhat stable structure. The colts had lost everything but Wayne.

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The writers didnt think so. One won his division, the other did not.

The writers also don't play football. Probably never have, either.

IMHO; Russell Wilson deserved ROY. A strong argument could be made for all 3 quarterbacks AND Bob's running back.

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But thier stinky no good nameless roster and coaches was a far higher climb to the playoffs in my opinion. Skins and seahawks had a somewhat stable structure. The colts had lost everything but Wayne.

The Colts still had Freeney and Mathis. They also had one of the easiest schedules in the league.

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that sounds like an excuse. What all three guys did this year was remarkable. I thought Alfred Morris was more deserving of ROY than Griffin.

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One played in a much tougher division and won a playoff game against the OROY. Not that i disagree with RG3 being chosen. Your line of reasoning is simply flawed.

he has double standards that are convenient to his argument, which in this one I'm sure he contradicted himself somewhere like placing win losses solely on the QB.

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that sounds like an excuse. What all three guys did this year was remarkable. I thought Alfred Morris was more deserving of ROY than Griffin.

What's their excuse for not even scoring a TD in the playoffs then? Could it possibly be that they were an inferior team that got there due to a weak schedule?

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