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Meyer vs. Davila: Which AFL QB Would You Rather Have?

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EriK Meyer is the regning MVP, Nick Davila is the Arena Cup champion, which would you choose? EriK Meyer is the regning MVP, Nick Davila is the Arena Cup champion, which would you choose?
SPOKANE, Wash. -- Spokesman-Review Spokane Shock beat writer Jim Meehan has drawn a line in the sand, but when asked the following question we here at SWX are interested in how you will respond.

Which AFL quarterback would you rather have on your roster? Reigning AFL MVP, Spokane Shock QB Erik Meyer or Arizona Rattlers two-time AFLBowl winning signal caller Nick Davila?

Watch how Meehan responds to this question and then let us know on facebook and twitter (@SWXRightNow)! Also, catch the full Shock Talk powered by VPI Home Solutions with Meehan in the Fasteners Sports Studio tonight on SWX Tonight at 10:30 P.M. PDT.

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  • Which AFL QB would you rather start?

  • Thank you for participating in our poll. Here are the results so far:

    Erik Meyer - Spokane Shock
    90%
    9 votes
    Nick Davila - Arizona Rattlers
    10%
    1 vote
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