2007 Season MVP

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MVP?

  1. Demeco Ryans

    13 vote(s)
    18.8%
  2. Mario Williams

    43 vote(s)
    62.3%
  3. Kris Brown

    1 vote(s)
    1.4%
  4. Andre Johnson (limited role/injury)

    12 vote(s)
    17.4%
  1. TEXANS84

    TEXANS84 Moderator Staff Member

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    So guys, who do you think this season's MVP is?
     
  2. brakos82

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    AJ - We played like our old selves without him.
     
  3. kiwitexansfan

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    I think you have the right guys on your list, I voted for Mario over Demeco.

    Probably a heart over head decision. Demeco is indispensable, but Mario has made the pulse race.
     
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    It would be AJ if he had played a few more games. He really is our MVP. However, I pick DeMeco.
     
  5. TexansLucky13

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    AJ - Without him our passing attack (particularly in the RZ) is dismal.

    Behind him I would say DeMeco then Mario. Meco gets it because he shows up with force in every game he plays.... Mario didn't pick up his game until later in the season (not including the KC game).
     
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  6. Maddict5

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    aj for presence and limited production
    demeco for consistent production
    mario for excitement


    i voted mario but any of them could be... not to mention dunta
    if aj plays 16, he gets it without doubt
     
  7. Thorn

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    Demeco – another great year
    Mario – a frigging fantastic year
    Kris – pretty good, but no where near what Mario did
    AJ – stat wise, not a good year, but we sure did learn how much we need him

    Mario gets my vote.
     
  8. marks01234

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    Best Overall Player - Mario Williams
    Most Consistenct Overall Contribution - Demeco Ryans
    Most Valuable Player - Andre Johnson
     


  9. kiwitexansfan

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    Dunta? Played 3/4 of the season and did little back make tackles (34) while he was there.
     
  10. Maddict5

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    he was in pretty much shutdown mode back there though.. he has a presence similiar to aj on offence not to mention his spirit and leadership. i would've loved to see what would've happened these last few weeks with himself and freddy back there healthy and an improved pass rush
     
  11. euro-Texan

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    Ryans is the obvious choice to me, although I would easily vote for Mario based on all the crap he has taken and somehow put behind him. I would have liked to see another offinsive choice though, I think Kevin Walter was the most consistant this year.
     
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    Dayne, and ofcourse... #69 :)
     
  13. adam

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    I would say Mario. He has really stepped up and played the sort of football that was expected of him. I believe he leads the NFL in sacks at the moment. That has to be worth something. :)
     
  14. mootini

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    I picked Mario...He has proven to be that #1 draft pick.
     
  15. nero THE zero

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    I don't get it. Are we voting for this season's (2007) MVP or trying to predict who next season's (2008) MVP will be?
     
  16. Overalls

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    I picked Mario also.

    :fans:

    Next year I hope to be able to pick Schaub, Ahman Green, or our new RB
     
  17. Texan_Bill

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    My pick is.....


    Each one of YOU!!! The fans are the MVP, period!! :texflag:

    :fans: :fans: :fans: :fans: :fans:
     
  18. TEXANS84

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  19. b0ng

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    Voted Mario due to the storyline around him coming out and whatnot.

    DeMeco and AJ are both stalwarts at their respective positions, but nobody got everybody paying attention to the Texans like Mario did vs the Broncos.
     
  20. Double Barrel

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    I agree. AJ is the heart and soul of our offense, and things were noticeably sub-par without his presence on the field.

    DeMeco and Mario are both close, but AJ just seems to be our major component (and sole playmaker) on O.
     

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