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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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    Matt Ryan went 8-0 half way with great numbers right now it would be him but it's still a close race

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tayzak15 View Post
    How can it not be Rodgers? lets make a list of injured starters on that team..
    -Jennings
    -Nelson
    -Driver
    -Finley
    -Benson
    -Kuhn-
    -Raji
    -Shields
    -Woodson
    -Bishop
    -Bulaga
    -Matthews

    Rodgers is literally carrying this team on his shoulders, winning 4 in a row with 4 of his 6 Main Targets!! being injured. I really don't think its close. MVP is for the player that has the most "VALUE" to the team. Where would the packers be without Rodgers and all those injuries? Probly 1-8 or 2-7. We have already seen what the Broncos can do without Peyton.
    you could say that for anyone of these candidates.
    Manning is 6-3 against PIT,ATL,HOU,NE,NO,CAR... with only BAL left
    with not a whole lot to work with on offense & has the best numbers
    he makes his team a legit contender, Denver hasn't had that in a long time
    Rodgers has the best wide out pair in the league when healthy
    Last edited by kevin13697; 11-13-2012 at 04:55 PM.

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    Peyton and Peterson 1-2
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevin13697 View Post
    you could say that for anyone of these candidates.
    Manning is 6-3 against PIT,ATL,HOU,NE,NO,CAR... with only BAL left
    with not a whole lot to work with on offense & has the best numbers
    he makes his team a legit contender, Denver hasn't had that in a long time
    Rodgers has the best wide out pair in the league when healthy
    Key words there is "Unhealthy" They aren't healthy. Look what Tim Tebow did with the broncos last year?

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    The MVP should be Matt Cassel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tayzak15 View Post
    Key words there is "Unhealthy" They aren't healthy. Look what Tim Tebow did with the broncos last year?
    Rodgers has Nelson,Cobb,James,Finley in the line up, he's not exactly carrying the team on his back anymore then the average QB but he's leading in TDs.
    Broncos weren't a legit contender under Tebow, Patriots beat them 45-10 in the AFC championship
    Last edited by kevin13697; 11-13-2012 at 07:26 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevin13697 View Post
    Rodgers has Nelson,Cobb,James,Finley in the line up, he's not exactly carrying the team on his back anymore then the average QB but he's leading in TDs.
    Broncos weren't a legit contender under Tebow, Patriots beat them 45-10 in the AFC championship
    Nelson has been hurt.

    Nobody thought Cobb and James were good until Rodgers helped them fill the stat sheets.

    Finley was the most overrated TE in the league.

    Gimme a break.

    Even if Jones and Cobb and FInley got hurt, whoever else played, you all would just pretend their great too. It doesn't matter.

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    1-AP
    2-PManning
    3-Ryan
    4-Rodgers
    5-Tillman/Watts

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    If MVP truly means most valuable player to their team, Luck certainly fits the bill. Colts go from 2-14 last year and the preseason pick for worst team in the league to current playoff hopeful?

    Hard to argue Luck isn't. Huge reason for that

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheVicster View Post
    If MVP truly means most valuable player to their team, Luck certainly fits the bill. Colts go from 2-14 last year and the preseason pick for worst team in the league to current playoff hopeful?

    Hard to argue Luck isn't. Huge reason for that
    I got ripped to shreds for suggesting he needs some love. Not even to really win.

    It's the GM and the coach (who isn't there) that are changing things. Luck has bad stats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NormSizedMidget View Post
    I got ripped to shreds for suggesting he needs some love. Not even to really win.

    It's the GM and the coach (who isn't there) that are changing things. Luck has bad stats.
    Lol. Sigh. They should watch him play. Antiquated notion I know in these days of stat mania.

    Somewhere the true meaning of the MVP got lost, even to the voters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheVicster View Post
    Lol. Sigh. They should watch him play. Antiquated notion I know in these days of stat mania.

    Somewhere the true meaning of the MVP got lost, even to the voters.
    I have to doubt how much they see.

    A poster was being very critical about some throws he forced that came down in his receivers hands where maybe he should not have thrown them. That poster's QB could learn something from that.

    Some of that is Arians' offense anyways.

    Tell ya what, I bet his WR's love him. He gives them shots to make a play. That's a leader, that's a teammate. He's going to take the heat if it's an INT anyways. But he's willing to give his guys a chance. The kid has guts, smarts, everything. He's a treat.

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    might as well just put him in the HOF right now

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    1.Rodgers- Playing just as good as last year with a lot of injuries within the core offense

    2.Ryan - Has been big in late game situations. Good numbers other than the Oakland disaster

    3.Manning - Other than week 1, he hasn't beat a good team. Rodgers and Ryan haven't lost their team a game either like Manning did against Atlanta

    4.A.P- Sadly, Backs get no respect anymore. I also think A.P deserves the comeback player of the year award just as much as Manning

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    Where is Adrian Peterson



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