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Splat
12-15-2006, 12:54 PM
I'm going to NOT be a homer and say the MVP LT will get it but it is going to be a very close race.

duckseason
12-15-2006, 01:04 PM
As long as they don't sit LT, he should get it. He still gets to play Seattle and Arizona.

12-15-2006, 01:06 PM
I'll say LT but it really depends how much each of them get to play over the next few weeks.

TPFKA#1SaintsFan
12-15-2006, 01:12 PM
Frank Gore. He'll get another 125+ against Arizona, and at least 80-90 against Denver, giving him 1,700+ on the season.

LT won't get enough touches in the last couple of games, and LJ will come close but fall a little short.

Splat
12-15-2006, 01:12 PM
LJ plays SD,Oak and the Jags they are all playing pretty good on D but there is no way we sit LJ since we have to win out.

duckseason
12-15-2006, 01:18 PM
Frank Gore. He'll get another 125+ against Arizona, and at least 80-90 against Denver, giving him 1,700+ on the season.

LT won't get enough touches in the last couple of games, and LJ will come close but fall a little short.

You're aware that LJ still has 3 games to play right?

TPFKA#1SaintsFan
12-15-2006, 01:19 PM
Frank Gore. He'll get another 125+ against Arizona, and at least 80-90 against Denver, giving him 1,700+ on the season.

LT won't get enough touches in the last couple of games, and LJ will come close but fall a little short.

You're aware that LJ still has 3 games to play right?

Yes, what's your point?

duckseason
12-15-2006, 01:22 PM
Frank Gore. He'll get another 125+ against Arizona, and at least 80-90 against Denver, giving him 1,700+ on the season.

LT won't get enough touches in the last couple of games, and LJ will come close but fall a little short.

You're aware that LJ still has 3 games to play right?

Yes, what's your point?
Is there really any need to elaborate?

Splat
12-15-2006, 01:30 PM
Not really lol.

portermvp84
12-15-2006, 01:34 PM
LJ has some hard D's to play against so I'm going to have to sy LT gets it.

TPFKA#1SaintsFan
12-15-2006, 01:35 PM
Frank Gore. He'll get another 125+ against Arizona, and at least 80-90 against Denver, giving him 1,700+ on the season.

LT won't get enough touches in the last couple of games, and LJ will come close but fall a little short.

You're aware that LJ still has 3 games to play right?

Yes, what's your point?
Is there really any need to elaborate?

Yes, there really is.

Have you seen the way Frank Gore has been running the past 6 games? With the exception being the Saints game when SF had to abandon the run pretty early, he's had at least 130 rush yards in 5 of the last 6. His remaining games are Arizona and Denver, ranked 18th and 12th in rush defense. LJ has to play Jacksonville and San Diego, both ranked in the top 10 in rush D, in addition to Oakland. I think he'll come close, but Gore will edge him out. What's so hard to believe about that? :x

portermvp84
12-15-2006, 01:40 PM
Nothing really he's is and down the road is gonna be great. I saw last night he domalished the Seahawks. If he keeps up the way he is playing he is going to have the rushing title.

duckseason
12-15-2006, 01:42 PM
Frank Gore. He'll get another 125+ against Arizona, and at least 80-90 against Denver, giving him 1,700+ on the season.

LT won't get enough touches in the last couple of games, and LJ will come close but fall a little short.

You're aware that LJ still has 3 games to play right?

Yes, what's your point?
Is there really any need to elaborate?

Yes, there really is.

Have you seen the way Frank Gore has been running the past 6 games? With the exception being the Saints game when SF had to abandon the run pretty early, he's had at least 130 rush yards in 5 of the last 6. His remaining games are Arizona and Denver, ranked 18th and 12th in rush defense. LJ has to play Jacksonville and San Diego, both ranked in the top 10 in rush D, in addition to Oakland. I think he'll come close, but Gore will edge him out. What's so hard to believe about that? :x

You're right, Gore has been tearing it up lately. But if you watched the game last night, then you know that he was averaging 2.5 yards a carry until the last few minutes when Seattle had pretty much given up. Denver will almost surely shut him down. On the other hand, you have another RB who has been tearing it up on a weekly basis. All he has to do is perform at a standard level over the course of 3 games. His climb is much less steep. Gore basically needs to have the best game of his career against Arizona in order to have a shot. The odds largely favor LJ, and that is my point. But, we're all entitled to our opinions, and I respect yours. Just seemed like you kinda brushed LJ off your shoulder in your initial post.

duckseason
12-15-2006, 01:42 PM
Nothing really he's is and down the road is gonna be great. I saw last night he domalished the Seahawks. If he keeps up the way he is playing he is going to have the rushing title.

Huh?

TPFKA#1SaintsFan
12-15-2006, 01:45 PM
Frank Gore. He'll get another 125+ against Arizona, and at least 80-90 against Denver, giving him 1,700+ on the season.

LT won't get enough touches in the last couple of games, and LJ will come close but fall a little short.

You're aware that LJ still has 3 games to play right?

Yes, what's your point?
Is there really any need to elaborate?

Yes, there really is.

Have you seen the way Frank Gore has been running the past 6 games? With the exception being the Saints game when SF had to abandon the run pretty early, he's had at least 130 rush yards in 5 of the last 6. His remaining games are Arizona and Denver, ranked 18th and 12th in rush defense. LJ has to play Jacksonville and San Diego, both ranked in the top 10 in rush D, in addition to Oakland. I think he'll come close, but Gore will edge him out. What's so hard to believe about that? :x

You're right, Gore has been tearing it up lately. But if you watched the game last night, then you know that he was averaging 2.5 yards a carry until the last few minutes when Seattle had pretty much given up. Denver will almost surely shut him down. On the other hand, you have another RB who has been tearing it up on a weekly basis. All he has to do is perform at a standard level over the course of 3 games. His climb is much less steep. Gore basically needs to have the best game of his career against Arizona in order to have a shot. The odds largely favor LJ, and that is my point. But, we're all entitled to our opinions, and I respect yours. Just seemed like you kinda brushed LJ off your shoulder in your initial post.

Huh? I said LJ would come very close but Gore would win it. How's that brushing him off?

By all means, I want LJ to do well. He's the star of my fantasy team. 8)

Number 10
12-15-2006, 01:46 PM
Larry Johnson, just like what I said in August.

duckseason
12-15-2006, 01:54 PM
Huh? I said LJ would come very close but Gore would win it. How's that brushing him off?

By all means, I want LJ to do well. He's the star of my fantasy team. 8)

I guess just the way I read it in my head. Maybe I was just looking for more of an explanation as to why you thought LJ would get shut down for 3 consecutive weeks (or at least 2), which is what would have to happen for your scenario to come true. You later pointed to his schedule, so I see where you're coming from. Still, Gore is a long shot at this point, IMO. Denver has a better shot at shutting him down than LJ does of getting shut down twice. It just seems so obvious to me that LJ will finish with more yards. That's why I jumped down your throat.

TPFKA#1SaintsFan
12-15-2006, 01:55 PM
Huh? I said LJ would come very close but Gore would win it. How's that brushing him off?

By all means, I want LJ to do well. He's the star of my fantasy team. 8)

I guess just the way I read it in my head. Maybe I was just looking for more of an explanation as to why you thought LJ would get shut down for 3 consecutive weeks (or at least 2), which is what would have to happen for your scenario to come true. You later pointed to his schedule, so I see where you're coming from. Still, Gore is a long shot at this point, IMO. Denver has a better shot at shutting him down than LJ does of getting shut down twice. It just seems so obvious to me that LJ will finish with more yards. That's why I jumped down your throat.

Oh I don't expect LJ to get shut down at all. I just expect Gore to put up more yards.

duckseason
12-15-2006, 02:00 PM
Huh? I said LJ would come very close but Gore would win it. How's that brushing him off?

By all means, I want LJ to do well. He's the star of my fantasy team. 8)

I guess just the way I read it in my head. Maybe I was just looking for more of an explanation as to why you thought LJ would get shut down for 3 consecutive weeks (or at least 2), which is what would have to happen for your scenario to come true. You later pointed to his schedule, so I see where you're coming from. Still, Gore is a long shot at this point, IMO. Denver has a better shot at shutting him down than LJ does of getting shut down twice. It just seems so obvious to me that LJ will finish with more yards. That's why I jumped down your throat.

Oh I don't expect LJ to get shut down at all. I just expect Gore to put up more yards.

Oh but you did. That's my point. You said that Gore would win it by rushing for 220-230 more yards. That's why I pointed out that LJ still has 3 games to play. If you were to say that you thought Gore would rush for 220-230 against Arizona alone, then I probably wouldn't have responded. If he were to rip up Arizona like that, then he would have a decent shot. In your scenario, LJ needs to be shut down a few times, which is unlikely. Regardless of his opponents, as he has regularly made very good defenses look bad.

A-Dub4President
12-15-2006, 02:59 PM
The first time Gore played the Cards, the Cards held him to under ninety yards. So he is out. I think that LT will start to get fewer carries, and that LJ should win this by a comfortable (50+) margin.

bigbluedefense
12-15-2006, 03:13 PM
Im gonna give it to Gore. He's gonna get a lot of carries these next 2 games. If SD can limit LJ, I think Gore takes it.

Im rooting for anyone except LJ. I said in my truths thread that LJ wouldn't win it this year, that LT would. So hopefully, LT takes it and makes me look like a genius.

49ersfan_87
12-15-2006, 03:14 PM
The first time Gore played the Cards, the Cards held him to under ninety yards. So he is out. I think that LT will start to get fewer carries, and that LJ should win this by a comfortable (50+) margin.

A. He had only 16 carries
B. We were playing from behind due to turnovers, therefore not much of a run game

Ravens1991
12-15-2006, 03:15 PM
I would like Gore to get it, it would be nice for someone w/ all he has been through to make it to the playoffs.

cunningham06
12-15-2006, 04:14 PM
Gut feeling- Frank Gore.

12-15-2006, 04:16 PM
The first time Gore played the Cards, the Cards held him to under ninety yards. So he is out. I think that LT will start to get fewer carries, and that LJ should win this by a comfortable (50+) margin.

A. He had only 16 carries
B. We were playing from behind due to turnovers, therefore not much of a run game

How do you know you won't be playing from behind again?

danman253
12-15-2006, 04:25 PM
I'm gonna say LJ, followed by Gore. LT will sit a lil over the next three weeks, he's got the record, now its time to look to the playoffs

Splat
12-15-2006, 04:37 PM
Im gonna give it to Gore. He's gonna get a lot of carries these next 2 games. If SD can limit LJ, I think Gore takes it.

Im rooting for anyone except LJ. I said in my truths thread that LJ wouldn't win it this year, that LT would. So hopefully, LT takes it and makes me look like a genius.

Hater. :D J/K

draftguru151
12-15-2006, 04:40 PM
Larry Johnson because he will get the carries that LT won't. Gore might but it will take some bad games from LJ.

rainbeaukid2
12-15-2006, 05:36 PM
i hope gore gets it

dRaFtDoRk
12-15-2006, 06:16 PM
I voted for Larry Johnson. The Chiefs are in the battle for a AFC Wildcard bid, and they will go to Larry Johnson a lot during the last three games against San Diego, Oakland and Jacksonville. Two of those oppenents are tougher, but he'll get 25+ carries each and every one of those games.

1) Larry Johnson
2) Ladainian Tomlinson
3) Frank Gore
4) Willie Parker
5) Tiki Barber

Tubby
12-15-2006, 06:20 PM
Im going to say SA runs for 800 yards each of his next two games and wins the rushing title

niel89
12-16-2006, 02:43 AM
LJ

his team is still in the race and they love to give him lots of carries. even against very good defences he still is able to get yards.

LT will sit late and thus be taken out of this race.

and Gore while a great back and has some favorable match ups, i still think that LJ will be able to hold him off

Staubach12
12-16-2006, 06:47 AM
LT