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    That's a load of horse crap!

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    Most of those other guys belong on the list...but KERNEY...seriously. He wasn't the best defensive player on his own team. That would go to either Tatupu, or Peterson.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rbedgood View Post
    Most of those other guys belong on the list...but KERNEY...seriously. He wasn't the best defensive player on his own team. That would go to either Tatupu, or Peterson.
    Yeah, I agree about Kerney and I am not saying the guys on there don't belong, but to leave the leagues sack leader off there??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Canada View Post
    Yeah, I agree about Kerney and I am not saying the guys on there don't belong, but to leave the leagues sack leader off there??
    As an outsider, not only was Jared Allen the sack leader, but unlike the other guys at the top of the sack list, he's pretty darn good in run defense also!!
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    I guess there's still a bias against the Chiefs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hermhater View Post
    I guess there's still a bias against the Chiefs.

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    I wouldn't say a bias. This just tells me that there are a lot of talking heads and sports writers who don't know what the hell they are talkin about!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Canada View Post
    I wouldn't say a bias. This just tells me that there are a lot of talking heads and sports writers who don't know what the hell they are talkin about!
    That sounds like bias!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rbedgood View Post
    Most of those other guys belong on the list...but KERNEY...seriously. He wasn't the best defensive player on his own team. That would go to either Tatupu, or Peterson.
    I'm not saying he should have won but did you see Kearney play at all this year? He was a monster. 50 tackles and 14.5 sacks!!!! Definetly deserved some votes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrunkHillbilly View Post
    I'm not saying he should have won but did you see Kearney play at all this year? He was a monster. 50 tackles and 14.5 sacks!!!! Definetly deserved some votes.
    Ummm...Jared Allen had 56 tackles and 15.5 sacks...

    As for the other guys, no way can Bob Sanders not be on the list. He single handedly changes the Indy defense. In fact I'd argue he should be the winner.

    Cromartie led the leage in INTs and is a very impressive up and coming player, Vrabel is the best player on the NE defense, and had some monster games getting sacks, forced fumbles, and yeah he doubles as a TE...oh wait so does Allen.

    Finally, Mario Williams, he had very similar numbers to Allen as a 2nd year player, and doesn't have anyone to take the heat off him, but much like Kerney he isn't even the best defender on his own team. Check DeMeco Ryans.

    I'd argue the voting should be in this order

    1) Bob Sander (winner)
    2) Mike Vrabel
    3) Jared Allen (wasn't nominated, but should've been)
    4) Antonio Cromartie
    5) Nick Barnett (wasn't nominated, but best defender on one of the best defenses...)
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