Peyton, came back from multiple major neck surgeries, missed ALL of last seaspn, and has led his team to a division win and possible 1st round bye.
Adrian Peterson has had an amazing season and deserves offensive playr of the year. But people forget AP played 12 games and had almost 1000 yeards and 12 rushing TD last year!!!
I love AP and the recovery from his injury is impressive as any Ive ever seen (besides Peyton's which is mor eimpressive imo), but AP shouldnt even qualify.In summary, I love AP and think he's the best RB in the league and could easily win OPOY, but he in no way deserves this award. He came back from and offseason surgery. he played 12 of 16 games, had basically 1000 yards, and 13 total TD. He does not deserve comeback player of the year. Manning does.
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AP should win the mvp and the comeback player of the year
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Id go Peyton with comeback player of the year then AP for MVP
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You may fool the whole world down the pathway of life And get pats on the back as you pass But your final reward will be heartaches and tears If you've cheated the man in the glass
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"I just can't remember it. It's been 10 years. It slipped my mind."
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It's insane that the top 2 comeback players are the top 2 MVP candidates. AP and PM are the definition of put the team on your back