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View Poll Results: MVP thus far?

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  • Aaron Rodgers

    38 18.18%
  • Matt Ryan

    28 13.40%
  • Peyton Manning

    82 39.23%
  • Tom Brady

    50 23.92%
  • Andrew Luck

    9 4.31%
  • Ben Rothisberger

    2 0.96%
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  1. #16
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    Rodgers continues to lead Green Bay to wins with half of a starting line up (no Jennings, no Jordy, no Benson, now no Bulaga - that's just on offense). He's on pace to throw over 40 touchdowns again this year.

    That being said, if Manning plays QB in the NFL, Manning wins MVP. It's really as simple as that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TearsOfPurple View Post
    Not to be a homer, but AP is a legit MVP candiate. Won't win though obviously. Right now I vote Manning.
    Without a doubt. He's an absolute monster. It's scary how good he's been with such a short recovery time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AWC713 View Post
    funny that no texans are in this pole. not trying to be a homer but cmon. we beat denver in denver, chicago in chicago, and destroyed the ravens. 8-1.

    watt and foster deserve some recognition here.
    That's because you're the best team. You're the only team who could get it's best 3-4 players taken away and still be super competitive.




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    peanut

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    I'd like to see Adrian up there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by manbearchef View Post
    Right now I say Rodgers, but I have a suspicion that Brady might be it by season's end.

    Peyton has the stats (and is certainly in the running), but I feel like people are acting like the Broncos were terrible last season. The only place Denver was bad at last year was QB and TE, and they still made playoffs.

    Anyone else wish they'd hold off on MVP voting until after the SB? I feel like you see who is more valuable to their team in January that way.
    No. Its the regular season mvp. The super bowl mvp would just win it egery year anyway.

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    I picked Brady. Oh and what no love for Oakland? I didn't see Palmer. Watch as he will lead the Raiders into the playoffs by winning the AFC West.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManRamForPrez24
    Adrian Peterson should be on this list.

    1. Manning
    2. Peterson
    3. Ryan
    4. Roethlisberger
    5. Rodgers
    6. Brady

    Luck MVP talk is premature. If the Colts keep it up and make the playoffs, than maybe...but right now he isn't in my top 10.

    Peyton will win it. The Broncos' schedule is a cupcake from here on out. They could go 12-4 or even 13-3 and I wouldn't be stunned. They lost 3 of their 4 tough games this season, but there's only one more left (@ Baltimore).
    All of this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TearsOfPurple View Post
    Not to be a homer, but AP is a legit MVP candiate. Won't win though obviously. Right now I vote Manning.
    I was coming in here to say AP not being on that list is a joke

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    Rodgers with P Manning 2nd....Rodgers is putting up those numbers and has faced defenses like

    Seattle
    Houston
    Chicago
    Indy
    San Fran
    Arizona
    Rams

    Those defenses and still putting up those numbers in that tough division he is in with the Injuries the packers has sustained....Come on...His wideouts have been hurt and out and so is our only good running back.... Literally he is carrying the team

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    Now all that being said if Manning is similar statistically to anyone he will win hands down... They love giving him the award

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolollort View Post
    watt..okay

    Foster...no..just no..don't even go there
    I know, how ridiculous, he only leads the NFL in touchdowns....
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    1) Peyton Manning
    2) Aaron Rodgers
    3) Matt Ryan
    4) JJ Watt
    5) Adrian Peterson
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    I think its funny that people are saying its Peyton "no questions asked". No questions asked? For real? Check the stats fools. I think people are overrating Peyton a bit just cause of his injury and new team. Freaking Tim Tebow took this same Broncos team to the playoffs last year and even won a playoff game. Some people act like he inherited an 0-16 team and now they are undefeated or some ****. If you think its Peyton that's fine, but this whole no questions asked **** is crap.

    I for one think its between Rodgers and Peyton but it is neck and neck.



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    Peyton Manning, Matt Ryan

    Homer pick: Adrian Peterson

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