Rodgers Highlighted for His Dirty Act & Watt Could Be the First Defensive Player

Posted: December 29, 2014 in Aaron Rodgers, american football, BUSINESS, fantasy football, J J Watson
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Ndamukong Suh of the Detroit Lions, playing old dirty tricks was captured in the cameras when he deliberately stomps on Aaron Rodgers’ injured calf of Green Bay Packers. Bruno Boys is the first to bring this latest news of the 2014 NFL players playing dirtiest tricky games in the field.

Rodgers Highlighted for His Dirty Act

                          Rodgers Highlighted for His Dirty Act

The incident was caught in the cameras when the Lions were playing against the Packers in the NFC North championship. Aaron Rodgers, who was already injured on his left calf, had earlier exited the game and had just returned to the game after receiving some treatment to continue playing. But, when Suh after throwing a pass backed into Rodgers shocked everyone. It is clearly seen that the act was deliberate as Suh continues to step backwards and knocks on Rodgers twice.

J. J. Watson - First Defensive Player Since 2008 to get an MVP vote

J. J. Watson – First Defensive Player Since 2008 to get an MVP vote

Another recent update about the NFL Players Bruno Boys brings to you is that J.J. Watt could be the first defensive player since 2008 to get an MVP vote. The league MVP award i.e. Most Valuable Player Award, is voted upon by 50 members of the media, chosen by the Associated Press. And those 50 members of the media almost never vote for a defensive player. If Watt gets four MVP votes, he will be the first one to get the maximum number of votes.

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