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Old 03.07.2014, 08:59 AM
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4 packers in it. Lacy, Nelson, Matthews and Rodgers.

Highest being Aa God at 11. Eleven!?

Utter drivel but there you go.

Jason Wilde tweeted that he's yet to meet a player who has voted on the list.

The network should really just stop it and play some archive film or classic games.
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Old 03.07.2014, 10:13 AM
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4 packers in it. Lacy, Nelson, Matthews and Rodgers.

Highest being Aa God at 11. Eleven!?

Utter drivel but there you go.

Jason Wilde tweeted that he's yet to meet a player who has voted on the list.

The network should really just stop it and play some archive film or classic games.
It creates a talking point in the duller bit of the offseason.

And you're talking about it.

So job done from their POV
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Old 03.07.2014, 10:30 AM
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It creates a talking point in the duller bit of the offseason.

And you're talking about it.

So job done from their POV
Talking about how rubbish it is. And not watching it. Definitely not watching it.
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Old 03.07.2014, 10:32 AM
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Talking about how rubbish it is. And not watching it. Definitely not watching it.
Still, more website hits.
You talking about it means more people talking about it and more website hits.
So even if you don't watch as such it's fine from their side.
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Old 03.07.2014, 10:53 AM
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4 packers in it. Lacy, Nelson, Matthews and Rodgers.

Highest being Aa God at 11. Eleven!?

Utter drivel but there you go.

Jason Wilde tweeted that he's yet to meet a player who has voted on the list.

The network should really just stop it and play some archive film or classic games.
Its no more drivel than Pro Bowl votes...and they are counted as things to be proud of when talking about a players career.
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Old 03.07.2014, 10:59 AM
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Its no more drivel than Pro Bowl votes...and they are counted as things to be proud of when talking about a players career.
And Regular Season MVP awards


Keep the O and D award but MVP for the regular season is lame it is now known as the Most Valuable Peyton it just means so little without the bling in February.
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Old 08.07.2014, 04:01 AM
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I also think Rodgers should have been higher but He was injured most of the season and that probably counted against him
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