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    This Week's MVPs

    Offense: Marshall Faulk
    Defense: Leonard Little
    Special Teams: Trev Faulk


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    Re: This Week's MVPs

    i think goodspeed deserves some mention for offensive mvp as well. he had some crushing blocks. also, he scored his first career touchdown.

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    Re: This Week's MVPs

    Hey, how about Martz?
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    Re: This Week's MVPs

    or Bulger ????


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    Re: This Week's MVPs

    Last week, we didn't want to pick anyone. This week I can't narrow it down to just one, but here's my best attempt.

    Offense: Faulk
    Defense (tie): Pisa & Pickett
    Special Teams: Trev Faulk

    Un-sung Hero (Tie): Goodspeed for paving the Marshall Faulk Highway & Timmerman for putting a saddle on Bryant Young and riding him all over the field
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    Re: This Week's MVPs

    Offense: Goodspeed - 1st TD, great blocking
    Defense: Little
    Specialy Teams: anyone but Wilkins (missing from 33 is inexcusable, he can do better)
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    Re: This Week's MVPs

    Offense: Let's go with Scotty Tercero and the whole offensive line.
    Defense: Leonard Little. Honorable mention goes to the run-stopping big uglies in the middle.
    Special Teams: Trev Faulk - I never thought one guy could really make a difference but Trev Faulk is a special teams stud.

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    Re: This Week's MVPs

    1st half i'd say Martz............2nd half dunno..fell asleep, worked all day! My bad!...and i was extremely mad at myself until the next morning watching espn showing the score! It saved me many hail Mary's,that's for sure!.....What happened to this game 24-0 at half and then 24-14. did we go to sleep as a team?

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    Re: This Week's MVPs

    A prevent defense that didn't prevent much. We did our best while blitzing (oh, did anybody see my pregame post on blitzing...hmmm? I wonder, few commented on it), with our corners hitting the receivers at the line of scrimmage as we did in the 1st half.

    We should consider that 1st half strategy the rest of the year. Nobody should get off the line with out being impeded!

    Go Rams!!!

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