For someone who was playing a year ago in a league that the NFL was ignoring/laughing at, I'd say this was a well deserved honor. Especially considering that many weren't sure he'd play again this year after what happened mid-season.
Brings to mind the fact that there were a number of players who seemed to come out of nowhere to surprise people this season (Maddox, Todd Heap, AJ Feeley, William Green, etc.). If there were a "Priest Holmes Award" (named for the guy who did what I described just last year), who'd get it?
Power flows to the one who knows how -- desire alone is not enough.
Originally posted by calvinh0560I would have to pick Chad Pennington. He is this years Tom Brady
Well, where exactly was he that he had to come back? Most improved player's probably the closest thing I can think of for his story.
Sorry I was answering shockdown's Priest Holmes Award Question not saying he should be comeback player of the year. (Even though when I saw him play last year i thought he was nothing, boy i was wrong with that)
Originally posted by OlFuzzyBastardAfter this week's game, I don't think there's any question. Bring on Tennessee.
I shut off the game at the half, turned it on and saw 33 21 with 5:30 left, turned it off again, and turned it on with 3:00 to go and the crowd in a lather. BRING ON ANYONE AT THIS POINT, CUZ THE STEELERS CANNOT BE STOPPED!
Marvin Harrison struck up a new 6 year deal that will keep him a Colt to the tune of $66 million ($22 million signing bonus). http://www.sportsline.com/nfl/story/7978210 So does this mean that Edgerrin James will be playing for a new team next year?