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1. Johnson - The only weapon on his team, double covered with dedicated safety help every play, still catches 200yards and 2TDs

2. Slaton - Simply unstoppable. Lookforward to seeing him against a real defense in a bowl game.

3. Smith - Just wins. Takes games over.

4. Wolfe - Can't argue with numbers

5. Peterson - Big, but not as big as predicted.

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Here is my list for this week

1. Chad Henne

2. Troy Smith

3. Calvin Johnson

4. Mike Hart

5. Brady Quinn

I could personally say 1-4 are all tied for 1st as they have all been so great, but right now my pick goes to Henne

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  • 2 weeks later...

4. Wolfe - Can't argue with numbers

Yes you can. Most good college running backs could put up Wolfe's numbers given the ball 30 times a game against MAC (or worse) defenses. Call it the Andre Ware rule. And don't point to the OSU game for an example of numbers against a good defense- the Buckeyes could ease off the gas in the second half, and that is more than countered by his last 2 games. If numbers are all that matter, give the trophy to David Ball.

1. Troy Smith

2. Mike Hart

3. Brady Quinn

4. Pat White

5. Ray Rice

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  • 4 weeks later...

Bumpin' this back up, I think the winner has all but been decided but I thought it would be interesting to see who people think will also get invites to New York.

1. Troy Smith

2. Mike Hart

3. Brady Quinn

4. Darren McFadden

5. Ray Rice

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