Beanie up for award

Posted by Darren Urban on October 27, 2009 – 9:30 am

Running back Beanie Wells is up for the league’s Pepsi rookie of the week award, for which fans can vote for right here. Beanie had his best game of the year, gaining 67 yards on 14 carries and his first touchdown. The other nominees include Bills safety Jairus Byrd, Jets running back Shonn Green, Vikings receiver Percy Harvin and Colts cornerback Jacob Lacey.

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5 Responses to “Beanie up for award”

  1. By Joe C on Oct 27, 2009 | Reply

    Cast my vote for Beanie!! He had a good game, I’m happy for him and hope to see more. I think Whiz and crew are going about everything the right way. Beanie is awesome, no doubt, but I still think he needs to be brought along slowly just as it is now. Next year, Watch Out!!! I think we’ll see huge, huge things from Beanie!!!

  2. By Robert on Oct 27, 2009 | Reply

    Beanie won’t and shouldn’t win the award this week. He was great for us, but Jairus Byrd had 2 picks, Shonn Green ran for 147 yards, and Percy Harvin had 214 net yards of offense. As long as Beanie keeps improving, we’ll be fine. These awards don’t mean a whole lot.

  3. By Edward B. on Oct 28, 2009 | Reply

    I Believe Beanie deserves this, he’s a great player with great talent, plus he ran 67 yards with 14 carries against a “supposed” good Defense, while all the other nominees played bums… Go Cards

  4. By Edward B. on Oct 28, 2009 | Reply

    Reply to my comment….

    The only other nominee deserving of this is Percy Harvin… since Steal-ers proved slightly that they aren’t bums(but that helps when the refs call the game)

  5. By Edawg on Oct 28, 2009 | Reply

    About time the Bean carried the rock with authority. He’s not quite ready for primetime duties yet until he’s got ball security down better. he had an all around good performance though and kept the Giants D honest showing that the Cardinals were able to run the ball well.

    Look for him to get an increased workload as he learns protection schemes better too.

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