Found January 08, 2012 on The Great Rabbino:
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Often we ask people to vote on the awards and sometimes we decide them ourselves. This year it seems to be a clear cut decision that the TGR 2011/12 NFL Player of the Year is: Adam Podlesh The Bears punter was really to only Jewish NFL player to put up any significant stats. His season long was 70 yards, 21 inside the 20, an average of 43.9 which is a yard over his career average. He also had 4 touchbacks and a net of 40.4. Check out his website HERE. All other players considered were Offensive Linemen who do deserve some praise. Kyle Kosier of the Dallas Cowboys and Brian De La Puente of the New Orleans Saints. Erik Lorig and Julian Edleman continue to re-establish themselves and should potential. Congrats to Podlesh! And Let Us Say...Amen.- Jeremy Fine
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