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    Offensive and Defensive Players of the Game

    My choices:

    Offense: Marshall Faulk - easy choice. Huge game reminded us of days gone bye.

    Defense: Bryce Fisher - with all the talk about Wistrom's departure, its nice to see his replacement have a solid game (5 tackles, 1 sack, a couple of pressures).


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    Re: Offensive and Defensive Players of the Game

    Offense: Faulk


    Defense: Chillar - Hey he's a rookie and he played great



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    Re: Offensive and Defensive Players of the Game

    Offense: Faulk, no doubt about it.

    Defense: DeJuan Groce - We didn't hear his name much which has to be a good thing right?

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    Re: Offensive and Defensive Players of the Game

    I've got to mention Hawaii-Five-O, I think they reported that he had dislocated his shoulder on that HUGE hit, and he was back in the game in the second half. This guy is a stud! :ramlogo:
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    Re: Offensive and Defensive Players of the Game

    Offensively, the O-line showed a lot of grit.

    Defensively, the secondary deserves some notice for not folding after the flea-flicker. Fitzgerald and Boldin are the future of the passing game. Big, tall receivers able to go over top of puny little corners could be the rage this year if refs call it tight. The secondary held its own this time around.

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    Re: Offensive and Defensive Players of the Game

    Offensive - O Line. Great Job....especially Orlando Pace

    Defensive - Jeremetrius Butler. Way to step up and take over the secondary. Did you guys see him run down the WR on the end around?

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    Re: Offensive and Defensive Players of the Game

    offense faulk and pace

    defense butler. he did a great job controlling fitzgerald. prevented the big plays. the flea flicker was a circus catch, butler was right there.

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    Re: Offensive and Defensive Players of the Game

    Offense - The entire O-line for sticking it to every monkey with a press pass that said that wouldn't get it done. No sacks, 5.9 ypc. Give it up to the big boys.

    Defense - Pisa T., the guy's got an arm unattached to his shoulder and he's still flying around the field crushing any bird that try's to touch the ball.

    Honorable Mentions - Faulk for being Faulk and Pickett & Lew for being a combined 60 pounds heavier.
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    Re: Offensive and Defensive Players of the Game

    Offence: O-Line what can you say the numbers speak for themselves.

    Defense: Hell, the entire Defense: All three times after the Rams offense turned the ball over, they forced Arizona off the field in three plays.

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    Re: Offensive and Defensive Players of the Game

    Offense: Faulk.

    Defense: Pisa.
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