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  • #16
    1. LT



    2. Everyone else. Not close at all. How can a RB have more TD's than a QB does passing TD's and not get the (big) advantage?

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    • #17
      It should be LT, but i could see Manning getting it for the third straight year.


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      • #18
        Shaun Alexander won last year.
        Pugnacity, testosterone, truculence, and belligerence.

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        • #19
          LT there is no second or third he's 1,2, and 3.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by ghettosermon
            LT there is no second or third he's 1,2, and 3.
            i agree he's sooo good.

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            • #21
              Has 23 TD's currently 10 games in, Alexander has the record of 28, LT will easily break that and rush for around 1600-1800 yards.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by freddygoombatts
                I voted for LT, but i think Julius Peppers should get some serious consideration.

                Peppers already has 12 (i think) sacks and has been unstoppable. He has single-handedly taken over games and proven he is one of the the top 3 players in the league. However, the MVP award is kind of like the heisman, nearly impossible for defensive players to win. Maybe if the Panthers let him line up at TE or something and let him get some TDs.
                If Peppers deserves consideration, so does Jason Taylor(if they finish 8-8 or similar to that).

                I voted for LT, although it's not decided really between him and Peyton.


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                • #23
                  I dont' think you can be an MVP especially a defensive player if your team doesn't make the playoffs and content for the title.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by ghettosermon
                    I dont' think you can be an MVP especially a defensive player if your team doesn't make the playoffs and content for the title.
                    Agreed. They have an accomplishment to honor good players that aren't quite MVP status... the pro-bowl. That's like me saying Palmer deserves consideration, yes he's having a good year but he's not on LT and Mannings level so why even mention him.

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                    • #25
                      It's obvious that Manning is the Colts franchise, but as good as Turner has been, would he be anywhere near Tomlinson right now? See that TD Tomlinson caught, do you think Turner could do that? How about all of those carries, he's got what you want in an MVP. In fact, if SA won the award last year with those stats, Tomlinson definitely deserves it.

                      My Top 10:

                      1)-Tomlinson
                      2)-Manning
                      3)-Johnson
                      4)-Peppers
                      5)-Brees
                      6)-Smith
                      7)-Palmer
                      8)-Taylor
                      9)-Parker
                      10)-Rivers
                      Is that a rash?



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                      • #26
                        A defensive player must perform feats that were once considered unimagineable to be considered a league MVP. Only 2 defensive players in NFL history won that award, Alan Page and Lawrence Taylor. They did things that no one imagined possible at the time, and completely revolutionized the game. Peppers is not in the same sentence, paragraph, page, book, or even library with those 2. So no, Peppers name has no business in this discussion. As great as he's playing, we've seen defensive players have more dominant seasons than he is having right now.

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                        • #27
                          I say Tomlinson, he is the best, and is playing the best this season, IMO carrying his team. I dont care how much Rivers has impressed, when you have a RB like LT, and doing what LT does, then I say he is carrying the team.

                          On a defensive note, I see no one mentioned Urlacher. Not to be a homer, but I watch him every single game, and he is just a beast.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by Philliez01
                            It's obvious that Manning is the Colts franchise, but as good as Turner has been, would he be anywhere near Tomlinson right now? See that TD Tomlinson caught, do you think Turner could do that? How about all of those carries, he's got what you want in an MVP. In fact, if SA won the award last year with those stats, Tomlinson definitely deserves it.

                            My Top 10:

                            1)-Tomlinson
                            2)-Manning
                            3)-Johnson
                            4)-Peppers
                            5)-Brees
                            6)-Smith
                            7)-Palmer
                            8)-Taylor
                            9)-Parker
                            10)-Rivers
                            First names are nice.

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by Geo
                              Shaun Alexander won last year.

                              I would like to add:

                              LDT '06 > Shaun Alexander '05

                              By far.

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                              • #30
                                People that are saying LT is the winner hands down really aren't thinking things out. If you take Peyton Manning away from the Colts, they're lucky to win half their games. With him they have started the past two seasons a combined 22-0. On the other hand, LT's backup is averaging over 6 yards per carry, and the Chargers would definitely still be a playoff team without him. Now I'm not saying he isn't a great player, or even that he ndoesn't deserve the award, but it's something to think about.


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