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    Re: Vote Winfield's Sack/Fumble/TD for Defensive Play of the Week.

    It lets you refresh and keep voting.
    VOTE, VOTE, VOTE.

    Winfield deserves this... with the trifecta, as opposed to just a big hit.

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    Re: Vote Winfield's Sack/Fumble/TD for Defensive Play of the Week.

    I voted for Winfield, of course.
    But I don't see how Ray Lewis is in the lead.
    Winfield and Ruud were the two best plays IMHO.
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    Re: Vote Winfield's Sack/Fumble/TD for Defensive Play of the Week.

    "SKOL" wrote:
    It lets you refresh and keep voting.
    VOTE, VOTE, VOTE.

    Winfield deserves this... with the trifecta, as opposed to just a big hit.
    Just voted. Going back to vote again. Great play. Sack, forced fumble, fumble recovery, touchdown. How can you beat that?

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    Re: Vote Winfield's Sack/Fumble/TD for Defensive Play of the Week.

    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    I voted for Winfield, of course.
    But I don't see how Ray Lewis is in the lead.
    Winfield and Ruud were the two best plays IMHO.
    He has all his thug friends with no jobs that aren't out killing anyone voting over and over.


    (wasn't he the one jacked up and got away with a murder by blaming his entourage?
    I could be wrong)

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    Re: Vote Winfield's Sack/Fumble/TD for Defensive Play of the Week.

    "Webby" wrote:
    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    I voted for Winfield, of course.
    But I don't see how Ray Lewis is in the lead.
    Winfield and Ruud were the two best plays IMHO.
    He has all his thug friends with no jobs that aren't out killing anyone voting over and over.


    (wasn't he the one jacked up and got away with a murder by blaming his entourage?
    I could be wrong)
    Yes he was, he got because he said he was hitting golf balls in the bathroom

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    Re: Vote Winfield's Sack/Fumble/TD for Defensive Play of the Week.

    EJ beasting is more impressive, but I will vote for our purple warriors
    We're bringing purple back.

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    Re: Vote Winfield's Sack/Fumble/TD for Defensive Play of the Week.

    Gregg Easterbrook, of Tuesday Morning Quarterback, agrees with our assessment:

    [size=11pt]Sweet Defensive Play of the Week: [/size]
    Minnesota cornerback Antoine Winfield sacked Carolina quarterback Jake Delhomme, picked up his fumble and ran it back for six points. TMQ suspects this play was an uncalled "automatic" -- if Winfield saw a certain alignment, he was free to blitz. On the play, Delhomme only looked to his left, with Winfield coming from his right. The Vikings' corner left his man uncovered, but Delhomme never looked that way. From film study, Minnesota coaches must have noticed a formation or down-and-distance situation in which they were certain Delhomme would never look to his right.

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    Re: Vote Winfield's Sack/Fumble/TD for Defensive Play of the Week.

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    Gregg Easterbrook, of Tuesday Morning Quarterback, agrees with our assessment:

    [size=11pt]Sweet Defensive Play of the Week: [/size]
    Minnesota cornerback Antoine Winfield sacked Carolina quarterback Jake Delhomme, picked up his fumble and ran it back for six points. TMQ suspects this play was an uncalled "automatic" -- if Winfield saw a certain alignment, he was free to blitz. On the play, Delhomme only looked to his left, with Winfield coming from his right. The Vikings' corner left his man uncovered, but Delhomme never looked that way. From film study, Minnesota coaches must have noticed a formation or down-and-distance situation in which they were certain Delhomme would never look to his right.
    It wasn't an uncalled blitz.
    They rolled the safety to the left to take Winfield's man in man coverage at the exact same time Winfield run in.
    It was a designed play.
    Zeus wrote:
    When are you going to realize that picking out the 20 bad throws this year and ignoring the 300 good ones does not make your point?

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    Re: Vote Winfield's Sack/Fumble/TD for Defensive Play of the Week.

    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "The" wrote:
    Gregg Easterbrook, of Tuesday Morning Quarterback, agrees with our assessment:

    [size=11pt]Sweet Defensive Play of the Week: [/size]
    Minnesota cornerback Antoine Winfield sacked Carolina quarterback Jake Delhomme, picked up his fumble and ran it back for six points. TMQ suspects this play was an uncalled "automatic" -- if Winfield saw a certain alignment, he was free to blitz. On the play, Delhomme only looked to his left, with Winfield coming from his right. The Vikings' corner left his man uncovered, but Delhomme never looked that way. From film study, Minnesota coaches must have noticed a formation or down-and-distance situation in which they were certain Delhomme would never look to his right.
    It wasn't an uncalled blitz.
    They rolled the safety to the left to take Winfield's man in man coverage at the exact same time Winfield run in.
    It was a designed play.
    That may be true, but it was still the best defense play of the week.

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    Re: Vote Winfield's Sack/Fumble/TD for Defensive Play of the Week.

    Why does it say WR?

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