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Question of the Day - 11/06 "Twosday Twofer"

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In Honor of Election Day - Twodays Twosday Twofer will have an "election flavor" :

1. At the midway point in the Colts 2012 season - Which ROOKIE player would you cast your vote for as the COLTS ROOKIE MVP ??

2. At the midway point in the Colts 2012 season - Which VETERAN player would you cast your vote for as the COLTS VETERAN MVP ??

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Since I'm celebrating 40 years of the RIGHT & RESPONSIBLITY to vote this year - I'm casting the first votes:

1. QB Andrew Luck

2. WR Reggie Wayne

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1.Vick "The Bruising Finisher" Ballard

2. Reggie Wayne, No Contest

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Luck

Wayne or Redding

Wayne is the long time fav and having a great season, Redding because he is the motor that is driving this defense. I would be terrified of how they would play if he wasn't here.

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1.Vick "The Bruising Finisher" Ballard

2. Reggie Wayne, No Contest

I 2nd TK85's motion. :thmup:

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Luck and Wayne. Its not even close really.

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I'm just speculating whether it is fair to put Luck into this competition or not, as he is in the race for ROY competition in the NFL.

I don't think it is fair, so I'm leaving him out of my consideration this time, he is in an other dimension.

1.T.Y. Hilton

2. Reggie Wayne

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      Yeah its much harder. In the NFL you just have to win 3-4 games lol. And you get a week to prepare for each one.   In baseball it is much tougher but the team with the best pitching always wins.   In basketball you have to have 3 great players out of 5 starters and beat another team with 3 great starters of their own.  And you don't get a bye either. You have to win 16 games, more than baseball or football.   "All you have to do is get 3 great players" .....YEAH THATS REAL EASY! There are only 8-10 guys who play. That's the equivalent of a football team fielding a roster with at least 15 great players. Its 60% of your starting unit.   In fact its not even close.
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