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Old 11-30-2009, 09:55 PM   #16
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Re: So Who's the MVP?

Wow, with passes like that it is hard to discount Brees for MVP.
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Old 11-30-2009, 09:56 PM   #17
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I think it's Manning or Chris Johnson.

Johnson is on pace to break 2000 yards and is threatening the NFL rushing record. That puts him high in the conversation and not only distinguishes him from Frank Gore and Steven Jackson, it distinguishes him from nearly every friggin back in NFL history.

While I don't for a second buy Gtripp's argument against Chris Johnson, as far as QBs, I do buy the argument that Favre is not as important to his team as Manning is to his. Manning doesn't just throw the ball, he's largely responsible for coordinating the offense on the field. His defense isn't nearly as good (Jared Allen and Freeney are a wash, and the Vikes are superior everywhere else), his line does not have Steve Hutchinson and Bryant McKinnie, and Addai is definitley not Adrian Peterson. Want to talk clutch? Manning has 5 straight 4 quarter comebacks this year.

If Sorgi were starting they'd be a .500 team at best. If Rosenfels or Jackson were starting the Vikes could go conservative, lean on the defense, and grind AP to a 10-6 record.

Manning, then Chris Johnson.
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Old 11-30-2009, 09:57 PM   #18
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Wow, with passes like that it is hard to discount Brees for MVP.
The Saints are just tearing it up tonight
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Old 11-30-2009, 10:02 PM   #19
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Re: So Who's the MVP?

I am going with Favre and Brees. Both have been fantastic for their respective teams this season.
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I'd have to put Manning and Favre at the top of the list most likely (interesting side note-do you realize CJ never touched the ball on the Titans' game-winning 99 yard drive?)

possibly someone like Carson Palmer as a long shot sleeper
I agree about Manning and Favre. Throw Brees in there too. Their teams are 31-1 combined, and the Colts, Vikings, and Saints (more so the Colts and Saints) wouldn't be anywhere close to that without those guys.

Chris Johnson is awesome, but Manning, Favre, and Brees are more valuable to their teams than any other players in football.

My list right now would be:

1) Peyton Manning
2) Drew Brees
3) Brett Favre
4) Chris Johnson
5) Charles Woodson (the defensive MVP is his to lose IMO)
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Old 11-30-2009, 10:05 PM   #21
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The Saints are just tearing it up tonight
I'm surprised they didn't throw flags those two times that Brady got hit.
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Drew brees!
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Old 11-30-2009, 10:06 PM   #23
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That last TD that Brees threw to Meachem was one of the best throws I've seen all year. A "dime" as Trent Dilfer would say.
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Brees' accuracy is redonkulous. There really are no words to describe it, so I have rely on made up words that poorly describe it.
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Could be another co-MVP year with Manning and Brees.
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Old 11-30-2009, 10:20 PM   #26
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I'm just glad that the Saints are winning. Because a loss by the Saints today would make next week doubly ugly for us
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Man we may get murdered next week
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I'm just glad that the Saints are winning. Because a loss by the Saints today would make next week doubly ugly for us
does it really matter?
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Old 11-30-2009, 10:26 PM   #29
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Man, someone should tell Ellis to just fall on that ball.
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I agree about Manning and Favre. Throw Brees in there too. Their teams are 31-1 combined, and the Colts, Vikings, and Saints (more so the Colts and Saints) wouldn't be anywhere close to that without those guys.

Chris Johnson is awesome, but Manning, Favre, and Brees are more valuable to their teams than any other players in football.

My list right now would be:

1) Peyton Manning
2) Drew Brees
3) Brett Favre
4) Chris Johnson
5) Charles Woodson (the defensive MVP is his to lose IMO)


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