Go Vote 4 Dunta

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  1. AndreJ

    AndreJ All Pro

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    Hey, yes i know the pro bowl voting is over :thud: . But Dunta is a finalists for the Pepsi Rookie of the Week on NFL.com I just voted and he is tied for first place with Roy Williams. Go vote for our boy and lets give him his 1st Rookie of the Week Honors. :banana:
     
  2. Blake

    Blake MMQB

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    Dunta Robinson 29%
    Eli Manning 28%
    Roy Williams 27%
    Lee Evans 11%
    Erik Coleman 5%
    VOTES 2130

    As of 11:50 am Tuesday morning.
     
  3. AndreJ

    AndreJ All Pro

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    Im just bumping this up so it won't get lost in the rubbish. You can vote as many times as you'd like.

    The winner will be anounced thursday.
     
  4. Fiddy

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    As of 12:20:
    Eli Manning - 30%
    Roy Williams - 28%
    D-Rob - 26%
     
  5. STEEL BLUE TEXANS

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    Roy Williams 29%
    Eli Manning 29%
    Dunta Robinson 26%
    Lee Evans 12%
    Erik Coleman 4%

    VOTES 4411
     
  6. texansfan88

    texansfan88 All Pro

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    NFL ALL-STAR TOP-10 OFFENSIVE & DEFENSIVE VOTE-GETTERS

    TOP-TEN OFFENSIVE
    QB Peyton Manning, Colts - 1,075,089
    QB Donovan McNabb, Eagles - 993,530
    QB Daunte Culpepper, Vikings - 902,877
    WR Terrell Owens, Eagles - 900,220
    RB Shaun Alexander, Seahawks - 804,172
    RB Tiki Barber, Giants - 792,163
    WR Marvin Harrison, Colts - 722,477
    TE Antonio Gates, Chargers - 705,751
    TE Tony Gonzalez, Chiefs - 703,124
    QB Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers - 690,306

    TOP-TEN DEFENSIVE
    DE John Abraham, Jets - 368,514
    ILB Ray Lewis, Ravens - 281,341
    OLB Derrick Brooks, Buccaneers - 272,842
    ILB Brian Urlacher, Bears - 272,159
    CB Champ Bailey, Broncos - 263,863
    ILB Nick Barnett, Packers - 237,079
    SS Ed Reed, Ravens - 219,067
    DE Patrick Kerney, Falcons - 203,484
    DE Jevon Kearse, Eagles - 197,310
    DE Dwight Freeney, Colts - 195,572


    NFL ALL-STAR TOP-FIVE ROOKIE VOTE-GETTERS
    QB Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers - 690,306
    WR Roy Williams, Lions - 158,967
    FB Chris Cooley, Redskins - 150,600
    CB Dunta Robinson, Texans - 122,177
    RB/KR B.J. Sams, Ravens - 86,068


    AFC LEADING VOTE-GETTERS BY POSITION
    Offense
    QB Peyton Manning, Colts - 1,075,089
    RB Curtis Martin, Jets - 587,444
    FB Jerald Sowell, Jets - 332,742
    WR Marvin Harrison, Colts - 722,477
    TE Antonio Gates, Chargers - 705,751
    T Jonathan Ogden, Ravens - 190,876
    G Alan Faneca, Steelers - 238,993
    C Kevin Mawae, Jets - 206,565
    K Adam Vinatieri, Patriots - 512,102
    KR Terrence McGee, Bills - 163,857

    Defense
    DE John Abraham, Jets - 368,514
    IL Marcus Stroud, Jaguars - 182,436
    OLB Keith Bulluck, Titans - 191,749
    ILB Ray Lewis, Ravens - 281,341
    CB Champ Bailey, Broncos -263,863
    SS Ed Reed, Ravens - 219,067
    FS John Lynch, Broncos - 119,680
    P Shane Lechler, Raiders - 251,192
    ST Larry Izzo, Patriots - 115,837


    NFC LEADING VOTE-GETTERS BY POSITION
    Offense
    QB Donovan McNabb, Eagles - 993,530
    RB Shaun Alexander, Seahawks - 804,172
    FB William Henderson, Packers - 221,421
    WR Terrell Owens, Eagles - 900,220
    TE Alge Crumpler, Falcons - 573,769
    T Orlando Pace, Rams - 164,254
    G Larry Allen, Cowboys - 198,026
    C Hank Fraley, Eagles - 157,320
    K David Akers, Eagles - 680,644
    KR Eddie Drummond, Lions - 315,936

    Defense
    DE Patrick Kerney, Falcons - 203,484
    IL Kevin Williams, Minnesota - 185,509
    OLB Derrick Brooks, Buccaneers - 272,842
    ILB Brian Urlacher, Bears - 272,159
    CB Lito Sheppard, Eagles - 186,029
    SS Michael Lewis, Eagles - 101,947
    FS Brian Dawkins, Eagles - 176,798
    P Mitch Berger, Saints - 214,896
    ST Robert Ferguson, Packers - 112,932

    Teams announced tommorow

    http://packers.com/news/releases/2004/12/20/1/
     
  7. TexSon

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  8. the wonger need food

    the wonger need food Hall of Fame

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    Dunta's played well, but if he doesn't make the Pro Bowl it will be far from a snub. He's a rookie and plays in a secondary that his given up the most passing TD's in the NFL.
     


  9. AndreJ

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    looks like we're losing to the fan fav. who hasn't done nothing the entire year Eli didn't even throw for 200 yards. I h8 New York they get way to much publicity but hey what you gonna do.

    BUMP
     
  10. nunusguy

    nunusguy Hall of Fame

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    Agreed. But it is still too much of a pop contest - people like Manning & Freeney with the Colts are certainly deserving, but not others like Urlacher &
    Lynch. Urlacher has been injured a big part of the year and hasn't played and
    Lynch is just over the hill.
     
  11. TexansCanes

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    it's the vince carter rule
     
  12. Youngstown Colt

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    abraham is still getting more AFC DE votes than freeney? wow.

    It will be a snub if dunta doesn't get in as far as I'm concerned. What corners deserve it over him? mccalister (embarassed by marvin) law (hasn't played) bailey (haha, owned by c. johnson, e. kennison, and j. porter) woodson (maybe, but hasn't done too much) surtain and madison (solid years)

    dunta should have a chance, but because of the NFL hype machine, he won't make it
     
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    A Couple of things jump out from the list. First, DRob is the ONLY defensive rookie on the list. Only one CB in the regular list (Champ Baily) and they need 4 I think. Where is AJ?
     
  14. texansfan88

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    the CB vote is going to be a popular vote, and dunta will lose

    Freeney not being top vote getter on defense overall is ridiculous

    He made one of the best LT's ever look stupid on sunday
     
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    behind marvin, hines, c. johnson, jerry porter, rod smith, and maybe a few others
     
  16. TexansCanes

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    a lot of people outside of houston are just starting to find out about him. i didn't expect him to make this year even with his numbers, but he should be their next.
     
  17. Hervoyel

    Hervoyel The Right Track

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    Question; Isn't Champ Bailey the guy who's been pretty much punked regularly this season? Just curious because I know for a fact that at least three times this season I've read a piece about him being lit up by somebody, gone after by somebody instead of thrown away from, etc;

    If in fact Bailey is having as down a season as I've been led to believe, and if he's the leading cornerback vote getter at this point, then I don't think that this system is particularly accurate.
     
  18. Fiddy

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    Yeah, how did Bailey get in??? He was torched repeatedly on national television...
     
  19. TexansCanes

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    yeah the pro bowl is suppose to be the best players, but it is also the players that fans want to see, that is why we get a vote i.e. that is why vince carter is in every nba all-star game. is that right no it probably isn't, but the average football fan thinks that champ is the champ of old.
     
  20. infantrycak

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    Well Dunta is certainly getting props from his teammates and Capers:

    Link

    He needs to cut out referring to himself in the 3rd person though.
     

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