The 2nd annual Jenky's
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CSN Washington dot com. Hello everyone I'm Michael Jenkins and welcome to the second annual JP it's from the beautiful Comcast sports net studios in Bethesda Maryland now. We were going to hold this year's event in Washington DC but I got a little suspicious when our reservations were confirmed by someone named. When make cook who. OK okay but seriously. The -- -- -- celebration of local sports and all the awards are independently verified by the accounting firm of bode Gallagher in green LLC. Let's begin with the category of makeup and hair style. And the winner yes. Jayson Werth spirited spring training. The nationals slugger doesn't care about the warm weather report. He's more content to continue growing up his mountain man facial hair which is likely having a small child. This is his first. Jean -- Let's hope Werth and and that's to make it past the NL TS this year. Without a close -- But our -- now it's time for achievement in -- let's take a look at the nominees. London Fletcher Washington Redskins yeah. Ray Lewis. Baltimore Ravens. We've got to -- the crowd and they Jean king goes to. -- -- Baltimore Ravens. Ray could not be here tonight but he did -- these comments after learning he was going to win it's about me. Yeah it's cool that the right wing it -- good break broke. Present our next to ward a former GP winner. Ladies and gentlemen please welcome Joseph now let me. Summers. What you're doing it and what do you do to build the game his favorite -- -- so top fit because it's so -- you know just go. For us. Now let's move on -- the category of best director. And the winner this. John Harbaugh. The Ravens head coach directed his team to a thrilling victory over brother Jim and the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl 47. The second world championship in franchise history. Well it all comes down to this. Best picture. And I do need to clarify that the lights going out during the Super Bowl. Was not a scene from zero dark thirty. The Jean -- For best picture goes to. Robert Griffin the third. FedEx Field. It was an iconic moment in Washington Redskins history. RG three -- 76 yards against the Minnesota Vikings and then jumping into the stands celebrating with the Burgundy and gold. -- -- And that's gonna wrap it up for the second annual edition of the JP's. We'll see you next year everybody. CSN Washington dot com.