2011 Individual Sports Game of the Year: Forza 4

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Old 12-30-2011, 01:16 PM   #1
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2011 Individual Sports Game of the Year: Forza 4

The Individual Sports Game of the Year category includes games which the focus of the sport is on an individual moreso than a team. While your an make arguments that NASCAR could be considered a team sport, or how the WWE isn't really about a sport -- all games that focus on individual action go in this category.

This year, the competition in this category was actually quite good, as there were several really good titles to choose from. Top Spin 4 was the best game no one played, Fight Night Champion had our most innovative feature of the year (Champion Mode), you had excellent outings from both DiRT 3 and WWE '12 as well.

But the crown was always Forza Motorsport 4's to lose. The game is so overwhelmingly awesome that despite great efforts from other developers, there really wasn't any question as to who was going to win this category.

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Old 12-30-2011, 04:45 PM   #2
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just bought this game. A top 5 game this year for sure!
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Old 12-30-2011, 07:22 PM   #3
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This was easily my favorite game of the year on xbox or ps3. I actually really liked gt5 and thought it was amazing when it released. This game just takes everything to a new level IMO. Good job OS, I think you guys got this one right! Hope this coming year brings us GT6. If this racing games keep raising the bar back and fourth racing games are gonna be out of this world next gen consoles.
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This is/was my first Forza game and I most definitely LOVE this game. I've been playing almost daily since the release date and I cannot wait until the next one!. Great choice guys.
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It's such an addicting game. I can spend hours just tuning and painting alone.
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Brees give much credit to coach Sean Payton have good paly with Saints

New Orleans Saints’s coach Sean Payton who gave Brees more confidence.and made him have a outstanding mark run .

Brees has 27,698 yards passing since arriving in New Orleans in 2006, that is more than any other NFL quarterback during that span.

He had never thrown for as many as 4,000 yards in a season, and spent much of his first five years in the looking over his shoulder in San Diego. Which he never done before.

Brees has thrown for no fewer than 4,388 yards in a single season with

In 2008, he threatened Dan Marino’s 1984 single-season yards passing record of 5,084, finishing with 5,069.

In 2009, Brees set an NFL record for single-season completion percentage with 70.6 while leading the Saints to their first Super Bowl, in which Brees was selected MVP.

This season, Brees is completing 71.5 percent of his passes, threatening his own record, and with two games left is only 305 yards passing away from breaking Marino’s mark.

In fact, Payton never set out specifically to build up Brees’ confidence. The coach believed Brees was the quarterback he wanted early in free agency of 2006 and was more concerned about Brees having confidence in the direction of the franchise.
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Broncos' Brian Dawkins Neck injury in the game 40-14 loss to Bills
There is good reason to be worried about Brian Dawkins. And if there's worry about Dawkins, there's good reason to be worried about the Broncos. Denver Broncos' safety Brian Dawkinsa 40-14 loss to the Buffalo Bills on Saturday.

"Don't be worried," Dawkins said. "That's why I didn't finish the game."

It's the fourth time this season he has missed parts, or all, of a game with a neck injury. When a 38-year-old safety known for his willingness to unleash ferocious fury has a neck problem, there are concerns about his well-being.

There are concerns the neck injury could end a distinguished 16-year career that includes eight Pro Bowls.

Dawkins aggravated a neck injury in the first quarter. It's the same injury that forced the 16-year veteran to sit out a 41-23 loss to New England a week earlier.

There are other two injury in the game against -- cornerback Quinton Carter did not return because of a hamstring injury, while safety Chris Harris sustained a pinched nerve while tackling quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick in the fourth quarter.
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Charles Woodson returns to practice

Cornerback Charles Woodson has returned to practice on a limited basis for the Green Bay Packers, another sign he's making progress recovering from a concussion.

Wednesday was part of the protocol a player must complete before returning to action.
coach Mike McCarthy says Woodson's limited participation . The 35-year-old Charles Woodson has been working hard to return back into the team, after he sustained conclusion on Sunday victory against the New York Giants
with a 38-35 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford on 4th December.

head coach Mike McCarthy hopes Woodson has been doing well at the moment and hopes to return back to field against Oakland. Coach said few other players also missing Wednesday’s training session are running back James Starks with knee and ankle, while linebackers A. J. Hawk and Desmond Bishop with calf.

Guard Josh Sitton has been ruled out because of a knee injury, and tackle Chad Clifton continues to sit out with hamstring and back issues. The status of inside linebackers A.J. Hawk and Desmond Bishop is unclear; McCarthy says Hawk is closer to returning than Bishop. Both have calf injuries.
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