Vote for Carr, Andre, C. Stanley, K. Brown!!

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  1. SBTexans08

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  2. Titanico

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    Sorry..I can't! :woot

    It's against my "religion" :boxing:
     
  3. Fiddy

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    Dont forget Tony Hollings!!!

    JUST KIDDING. I dont know who makes these lists, but someone has to look over them before they publish them because I can vote for a team that consist of Jay Fiedler, Tony Hollings and Reggie Williams as my big three...
     
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    Looks like your Titanic ship is sinking!:whistle:

    Sorry, I'll behave. He deserved it.idonno:
     
  5. Titanico

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    Ah.....when the Tiatns ship sunk?

    As far as I am concerned, we already had a 1-4 season..and we went into play-offs....so right now we are 2-4....who told you that it's over for us?

    we are the TITANS, you know?
     
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    Don't forget Dunta. The way players are voted for stats (like Ints) he has a shot the way I see it.

    Same with Coleman. And make sure Sharper doesn't get the shaft this year!
     
  7. clandestin

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    Be sure to click on 'vote for more positions' and give Sharper his due credit.
     
  8. texasguy346

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    Yeah vote for Sharper, Wong, and don't forget to vote Simmons as a Special Teamer.
     


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    Lets get some of our guys in there this year!
     
  10. TexanExile

    TexanExile A New Hope

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    Sorry, man....call it what you want, but they'll always be the OILERS. Which means a tradition of doing less with more is now being reborn in Nashville. (Nice city, by the way.) Rebuilding is at hand for the Oilers, which means the ugly, gnarled hand of Butt Adams is about to swat down your dreams for years to come.
     
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    Man, I think it's way to early for the voting to start. They should atleast wait till Thanksgiving. But whatever I'll vote :)
     
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    Just voted for all the texans! I am still in shock that Coleman didnt make it last year!
     
  13. TexSon

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    I don't know about Pro-Bowl, but he should definitely be getting some serious DROY consideration.

    With 3 interceptions he is tied for first in the NFL.
    9 passes defensed is good for third best in the NFL.
    27 tackles is good for the top 25% among CB starters in the NFL.
     
  14. scourge

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    I believe you can vote once per day or so, so its never too early to cast your vote!
     
  15. Ihategeeks

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    Here is a crazy idea!!!

    Lets let the season play out before voting? Our All-Star game is post season, not mid season, we have no reason for midseason voting. It's so freaking stupid.

    This is how players like Tomlinson get snubbed. Or Players like Ruben Brown keep making it. IN the early going people just vote for a few stars and the rest is name recognition or homerism.

    Alot of that **** would go away if they did the probowl to start week 17 and up until before the wildcard.
     
  16. Wolf

    Wolf 100% Texan

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    I feel the same way. yet most of america doesn't.. to me voting this early is like the BCS poll..so I fight fire with fire .. I vote early idonno:
     
  17. Grid

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    put it this way.. if we went 1-15 id still be voting for all my favorite Texans :).. so early or late.. i dont really care.. though if i had the choice id prefer late, since we would get more recognition later in the season and are more likely to get voted in.
     
  18. JustBonee

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    Fan voting [​IMG] NFL.com must not count for much. They overlooked Jamie Sharper last year.
     
  19. CrumplerFan

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    Later voting would be nice, but it is like it is. idonno:

    Vote for the Players who deserve it will make it also, i think.

    And Carr, AJ and Dunta and Sharpe as well get my vote this week for sure.
     
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    Especially Simmons (the big hit machine).
     

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