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Old 09-18-2012, 02:10 PM   #1
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Default NFL MVP & DMVP Rankings.

MVP:

1. Peyton Manning - Going for his 5th MVP award
2 Peterson - Can't deny his greatness. He has made it close enough while playing his best for last to make this a tight race.
3. Aaron Rodgers - Elite stats, if Packers get first round bye he will get some votes
4. Tom Brady - Not finishing the year strong.
5. JJ Watt - A consistent force week in and week out. Clear cut DMVP to me.


Honorable Mention - Matt Ryan, RG3, Von Miller, Russell Wilson, Calvin Johnson, Drew Brees




DMVP:

1. JJ Watt - Having an all-time great season so far. I can't remember the last time I've seen somebody be more dominant.
2. Von Miller - His work against the run and pass is equally impressive.
3. Geno Atkins - The most disruptive pass rushing DT in the league.
4. Aldon Smith - Can't ignore his progression as more than just a pass rusher...though pass rushing alone he'd be worthy of this spot.
5. Patrick Willis - the prototype ILB, he really is this generations Ray Lewis on the field.

Honorable Mention: Richard Shurman, Cameron Wake, Ware

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Old 09-18-2012, 02:14 PM   #2
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MVP:

1. Matt Ryan - Best QB so far on 2-0 team
2. C.J. Spiller - Fantastic start to his year.
3. Phillip Rivers - No VJac? No worries.
4. Clay Matthews - Looks like he's out to prove something.
5. Reggie Bush - Finally turned the corner this late in his career?
Michael Vick.

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Old 09-18-2012, 02:16 PM   #3
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Michael Vick.

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Old 09-18-2012, 03:23 PM   #4
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Default Re: NFL MVP & DMVP Rankings.

Not gonna do MVP because at the end of the day it's gonna be the best quarterback of the season.

DMVP
1. JJ Watt - UNSTOPPABLE, that's all I gotta say.
8 tackles, 5 stops, 3 sacks, 2 QB hits, 4 QB hurries, and FIVE batted passes with 2 of them leading to INTs. He's the best 3-4 defensive end as far as I'm concerned. Only thing that's stopping him from being #1 is the lack of track record that Justin Smith and Haloti Ngata have.

2. Clay Matthews
3. D'Quell Jackson
4. Navorro Bowman
5. Patrick Peterson - Might be unpopular but he hasn't given up a catch in 8 quarters of football IIRC.
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Old 09-18-2012, 03:35 PM   #5
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Not gonna do MVP because at the end of the day it's gonna be the best quarterback of the season.
it will be the best player on the best team...that is usually a QB but doesn't have to be the "best" QB

the team with the best record will also have the NFL MVP
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Old 09-18-2012, 07:17 PM   #6
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it will be the best player on the best team...that is usually a QB but doesn't have to be the "best" QB

the team with the best record will also have the NFL MVP
so youre saying alex smith or matt schaub will win mvp.
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Old 09-18-2012, 07:22 PM   #7
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Would like to see Alex Smith win MVP just to see everyones heads explode.
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so youre saying alex smith or matt schaub will win mvp.
so far I could actually see that happening...yes

if 49ers go something like 14-2 or higher and have the best record in the NFL then I do think it would be Alex...even though that D is where the real cred would be due
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Old 09-18-2012, 07:25 PM   #9
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MVP:

1. Matt Ryan - Best QB so far on 2-0 team
2. C.J. Spiller - Fantastic start to his year.
3. Phillip Rivers - No VJac? No worries.
4. Clay Matthews - Looks like he's out to prove something.
5. Reggie Bush - Finally turned the corner this late in his career?




DMVP:

1. Clay Matthews - As above.
2. D'Quell Jackson - He deserves much more pub than he gets.
3. JJ Watt - Might be the best 3-4 lineman in all of football.
4. Von Miller - Playing the run much better this year.
5. Haloti Ngata - Same as Watt. Just a beast.

Honorable Mention: Suh, Tim Jennings, Navarro Bowman.
I wouldn't say finally, at the 2nd half of last season coming frm injury he had a 200 yard game against the bills complete obilteration a few rape allegations and ended the last month/4games with 100+ rushing yards each game. He's streaking and his swagger is carrying over this season. He would of had 100 yards in rushing against houston but tannehill throwing 3 consecutive tipped interceptions forced us just to pass and pretty much gave no touches to reggie in the entire 2nd QTR but before that disaster happened he was raping texans D and ended the game 5 ypc on one of the best defenses. He said in the offseason he wants to be the leading rusher in the NFL and that may be a reach but if Reggie can stay healthy it can be a reality or at least a top 5 RB
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Matt Ryan looks amazing he's got my vote. Watch out for Sanchez though
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and of course the real best 3-4 DE in the NFL Calais Campbell has a monster 2 sack game and continues to never get noticed by anyone and is lost behind names Nagta and Watt and J.Smith...

wtf does this guy have to do to get noticed...
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I notice him. He's not better than those three though, yet, so there is good reason those names get mentioned before him.
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Honorable Mention: Tim Jennings
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a good reason why the Texans didn't open their wallets for Mario Williams.
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a good reason why the Texans didn't open their wallets for Mario Williams.

That and the fact that he sucks....
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