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  • Will Witherspoon

    10 19.23%
  • Leonard Little

    14 26.92%
  • Fakhir Brown

    3 5.77%
  • Steven Jackson

    1 1.92%
  • Jeff Wilkins

    19 36.54%
  • Other(Say Who)

    5 9.62%
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  1. #16
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    Re: Player Of The Game????

    i voted for will he was like superman on the inner from fakhir


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    Re: Player Of The Game????

    To think Wilkins was t-h-i-s close to a record 7th FG!

    FERTER, yes, I noticed those JW kickoffs that ended as touchbacks. Nice!

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    Jeff WILKINS - he scored all our points and don't forget deep kickoffs (which wasn't case in past seasons)!

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    Re: Player Of The Game????

    I voted for Little, he got the defense rollin with some big plays. But I have to say Witherspoon is right there. This is the kind of defense that just makes me smile. GO RAMS

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    Re: Player Of The Game????

    Quote Originally Posted by Varg6 View Post
    Tye Hill, had an interception against a team that some people think could've went to the superbowl this year, and was one game away from it last year, and Hill said he'd work on his hands, and then, he has an interception. He wasn't truly the player of the game, but it did show like he can do stuff out here in the NFL, and I found that to be very impressive. It's probably Witherspoon though, as usual, all over the place.
    Couldn't agree with you more, same vote, same concept

  6. #21
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    Leonard Little, 3 tackles, 2 sacks, 1 forced fumble.

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    Fakhir Brown. Interception, sack, some big tackles and great play in the secondary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferter View Post
    :l


    I suppose fans expect him to be Automatic by now?

    Jeff Wilkins - Player Of The Game

    BTW - Did anyone notice Wilkins is booming kickoffs deep into the endzone? In years past he has not done so. I wonder if that was by design? Regardless, excellent work today by Wilkins!!


    :l
    I agree. I found myself actually disappointed at first that Wilkings didn't make 7 of 7, but only 6, because he's just so good you automatically expect him to make EVERY kick. I think the great kickoffs could be because he has rested his legs so much in preseason, I seem to recall Linehan putting emphasis on just that in one of the preseason interviews.

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    Re: Player Of The Game????

    Larry Marmie.




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    Re: Player Of The Game????

    I voted other...the defense was just too solid as a unit to single out one person. A chain is only as strong as it's weakest link, and every link was strong yesterday.

    Also every person on that list deserves a nod because they all played amazing. Had Wilkins not missed the 41 yarder, he would've gotten my vote. I guess I'm being silly when I say, because he is so consistantly great, I expect him to make every attempt.
    Last edited by RamFan_Til_I_Die; -09-11-2006 at 06:48 PM. Reason: Forgot to mention the others

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    Re: Player Of The Game????

    Jim Haslett gets the game ball. Quite the turn around from last years D. As far as players, Money and Will were the difference in the win, with Little getting an honorable mention.
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    Re: Player Of The Game????

    Wilkins. Okay he missed one, but he also hit one from over 50.

    Great work.

    That play by Witherspoon for the Brown interception was incredible though. That'll be on highlight films for a while.

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    I agree. I found myself actually disappointed at first that Wilkings didn't make 7 of 7, but only 6, because he's just so good you automatically expect him to make EVERY kick... -- R.O.D.
    And to think that, technically speaking, Wilky DID, "for a brief moment in time and space" make all 7 FGs!

    That one FG denied twice -- the one that ultimately bounced away from the right goal post and recorded as a 'missed FG' -- had firstly been considered GOOD, before being annulled by a penalty.

    During the last minutes of the game Vs. Broncos yesterday, in a way, I was hoping that the Money Man would be given the opportunity to attempt his EIGHTH FG, to finish 7 of 8, 21 points in all.

    But, as mentioned in other posts, that is okay. Coach played it smart, safe and he secured the win with 18 humble points.

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    Re: Player Of The Game????

    I voted for LL, He set the the tone that carried through for the whole game.

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