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NFL Midseason Awards + Expert Chat Wed 1 pm ET

Posted on: November 9, 2011 8:37 am
Edited on: November 9, 2011 12:41 pm
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Posted by Will Brinson

It's a scary thought, but we've moved to the middle (and past!) of the NFL season for every single team, nine weeks into the 2011 year. That means it's time for awards. (You can go back and check out our preseason predictions here.)

We'll also be chatting about said awards -- swing on by at 1 p.m. ET Wednesday to talk with Pete Prisco, Clark Judge, Ryan Wilson and Josh Katzowitz and myself about where your team stands and why certain people actually picked the Dolphins to make the playoffs.

Below you'll find our midseason awards -- Pete has his full breakdown here and Clark's full breakdown is here -- where there shouldn't be much explanation needed. "BFA" is "Best Free Agent" and "WFA" is "Worst Free Agent" addition (though Wilson decided he was going with "offseason acquisition" instead, sigh), ASST is Assistant Coach of the Year, and "DOH" is a pick we'd each like to have back.

Enjoy and join us at 1.

Award Brinson
Wilson
Katzowitz
Prisco
Judge
MVP
Aaron Rodgers Aaron Rodgers Aaron Rodgers Aaron Rodgers Aaron Rodgers
OPOY
Aaron Rodgers Aaron Rodgers Matt Forte Aaron Rodgers Aaron Rodgers
DPOY
Jared Allen Darrelle Revis DeMarcus Ware Darrelle Revis Darrelle Revis
OROY
Cam Newton Andy Dalton Cam Newton Cam Newton Cam Newton
DROY
Von Miller Aldon Smith Aldon Smith Von Miller Von Miller
COY
Marvin Lewis Jim Harbaugh Jim Harbaugh Jim Harbaugh Jim Harbaugh
ASST
Rod Chudzinski Carnell Lake Wade Phillips Wade Phillips Wade Phillips
BFA
Johnathan Joseph Johnathan Joseph Darren Sproles Darren Sproles Darren Sproles
WFA
Rex Grossman Haynesworth Kerry Collins Ray Edwards Tarvaris Jackson
Surprise
Bengals 49ers 49ers Bengals 49ers
Disappoint
Eagles Eagles Eagles Eagles Eagles
DOH
Garrett for COY Rivers for MVP Rams in NFCW Fins in playoffs Rams in NFCW




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Since: Oct 27, 2006
Posted on: November 9, 2011 6:51 pm
 

NFL Midseason Awards + Expert Chat Wed 1 pm ET

How are they playing awful? What is wrong with their schedule?
They don't get to pick it and every team in the NFL can beat another.
Who has your team played?

Packers have played Saints(Playoff Team) Carolina(eh) Chicago(Playoff Team) Denver( Give u that one)
Atlanta(Playoff Team) St Louis (Been Bad but beat Saints) Minnesota(Not terrible but not good either) San Diego(Should be playoff team) So let's see, out of their first 8 games they have played 3 sure playoff teams 1 on the cusp and 1 not terrible, 2 should be better and 1 awful.

As far as how they are playing, when they are up a ton of points all teams are going to do is throw.
It is also taking time for Peprah and Burnett to get in sink in sceondary. Losing Nick Collins hurt bad.
But to say they are playing terrible is down right idiotic.



Since: Apr 25, 2007
Posted on: November 9, 2011 6:50 pm
 

NFL Midseason Awards + Expert Chat Wed 1 pm ET

I really shouldn't respond because this is an inane comment by you, however sounds like sour grapes to me.



Since: Jan 26, 2010
Posted on: November 9, 2011 4:57 pm
 

NFL Midseason Awards + Expert Chat Wed 1 pm ET

When do the Packers actually play a decent team?

What's sad is that GB is playing awful, yet they're 8-0. There are no decent teams (when you compare them to GB on an average night for their defense. They haven't showed up to play defense one game all year except for the last play of the season opener when Clay Matthews stuffed Ingram at the 1 yd line for the win and those two pick 6's last week against the Chargers.



Since: Oct 31, 2006
Posted on: November 9, 2011 4:14 pm
 

NFL Midseason Awards + Expert Chat Wed 1 pm ET

When do the Packers actually play a decent team?



Since: Nov 9, 2011
Posted on: November 9, 2011 1:39 pm
 

NFL Midseason Awards + Expert Chat Wed 1 pm ET

I would agree with most of these except I see it a bit crazy that Aaron Rodgers would win OPOY and MVP. Plus Urlacher is worth mentioning for DPOY. His stat line reads something like 52 tackles, 3 Ints, 1 FR, 6 passes defended and 4 stuffs. Pretty solid from a 12 year veteran. Ware has like 12 sacks but what else has he done this year? Fred Jackson could be mentioned for OPOY also. Him and Forte are very close stat wise and carrying winning teams.


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Since: Nov 9, 2011
Posted on: November 9, 2011 10:28 am
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Since: Nov 21, 2007
Posted on: November 9, 2011 10:23 am
 

NFL Midseason Awards + Expert Chat Wed 1 pm ET

Better edit this before the bitc*y folks get hold of it... Clark has Aaron Rodgers as MVP (fine) but also for Suprise and Disappoint?  Not that I ever want to defend Clarkie, that is for sure.


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