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Old February 9 2012, 04:09 AM   #1981
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Re: 2011 NFL Season - A New Game

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Devils are a NJ team and so are the Nets this is between NY and Massachusetts
Why is Buffalo included in this? The Bills and the Sabres don't have any connection to NYC and the rivalry is Boston-NYC not Boston-AllofNewYork.
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Old February 9 2012, 08:35 AM   #1982
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Re: 2011 NFL Season - A New Game

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What it really boils down to, I think, is that punters can't score points. Even defensive players and kick returners can, but punters? Maybe we might see a placekicker win MVP one day, but I doubt there's a scenario that would ever allow for a punter to be named Super Bowl MVP.
Enter Mark Moseley, the only placekicker to ever be awarded the AP NFL MVP. Granted, it was in 1982, the year they only played 9 games. He played for the Super Bowl Champion Washington Redskins. He didn't win the Super Bowl MVP, though, which is what this discussion is about anyway.

The top 5 NFL all-time career points scored leaders are all kickers, too.

Save that one for your back-pocket the next time you play Pub Quiz!
That was an amazing season.

Moseley's MVP Season
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Since we've got an offseason thread going, I'll just turn out the lights on my way out.
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