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View Poll Results: Who will be voted as the MVP for this 2010 season
Chris Johnson 6 8.11%
Adrian Peterson 2 2.70%
Peyton Manning 10 13.51%
Drew Brees 7 9.46%
Aaron Rodgers 32 43.24%
Tom Brady 8 10.81%
Brett Favre 0 0%
Philip Rivers 4 5.41%
Tony Romo 2 2.70%
Other- name him 3 4.05%
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Old 09-03-2010, 10:08 AM    (permalink
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Manning's OL isn't very good either, but he actually can get rid of the ball fast.
He sure can.

Rodgers is getting better there. Remember, he just finished his 2nd season playing out there. He's played one season longer than Sanchez and Stafford have.

Also, Manning threw 20 Ints per year over his first 5 seasons starting (100 ints after 5 seasons). Many of those ints were to beat the sack and save his body.
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Pretty sure Matt Ryan won OROY.
I'm pretty sure that I said Chris Johnson won Offensive Player of the Year, not Rookie.
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I'm pretty sure that I said Chris Johnson won Offensive Player of the Year, not Rookie.
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It is impressive. He won the Offensive Player of the Year Award. It just wasn't as valuable in the grand scheme of things as the 4,500 yards that Manning put up. Johnson was unable to get his team to win.
He's a RB. You really want to hold him accountable for the entire team like you would a QB? And since you just used stats in this post, Chris Johnson running for 2k+ yards on that team is FAR more impressive then Peyton throwing for 4500 yards.
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And since you just used stats in this post, Chris Johnson running for 2k+ yards on that team is FAR more impressive then Peyton throwing for 4500 yards.
What Chris Johnson running for 2,000 yards, with a team that doesn't throw the ball and has one of the best Offensive Lines in football?

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You really want to hold him accountable for the entire team like you would a QB?
Most Valuable Player. The player who is of most value to his team. Manning is more valuable to the Colts than Johnson is to the Titans. Johnson had a better offensive year than Manning. The net result is that Manning won MVP and Johnson won OPOTY.
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Chris Johnson absolutely should of won MVP. He was that entire team...he had no passing attack to take the pressure off and he had one of the best seasons ever by a RB. He didnt just run for 2000 yards...he broke the NFL yards from scrimmage record and had a 5.6 YPC average, which is better then Jamal Lewis when he ran for 2000 in '03.
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He sure can.

Rodgers is getting better there. Remember, he just finished his 2nd season playing out there. He's played one season longer than Sanchez and Stafford have.

Also, Manning threw 20 Ints per year over his first 5 seasons starting (100 ints after 5 seasons). Many of those ints were to beat the sack and save his body.
The Indy offense is designed to get the ball out quickly. Plays take a bit longer to develop for Green Bay. Completely different styles of passing attacks.
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Too much Aaron Rodgers love now. I liked it better when he wasn't this popular.
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Chris Johnson absolutely should of won MVP. He was that entire team...he had no passing attack to take the pressure off and he had one of the best seasons ever by a RB. He didnt just run for 2000 yards...he broke the NFL yards from scrimmage record and had a 5.6 YPC average, which is better then Jamal Lewis when he ran for 2000 in '03.

Chris Johnson was the entire team, when they weren't winning anything.

5000 yards passing is rarer than 2000 yards rushing, but Drew Brees didn't get it because the Saints were 8-8.

Honestly, I know it's shallow, but it looks bad when your team is in the shitter, and a certain player comes in and everything turns around.

Winning is a big part of the MVP, that's why Peyton won the last two years.
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Picked Adrian Peterson. Just cause he's my favorite RB.

Also I think if they all stay healthy. I think the 5 top vote getters will be, AP, Rodgers, Peyton, Chris Johnson, & Drew Brees. Pretty much
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He's a RB. You really want to hold him accountable for the entire team like you would a QB? And since you just used stats in this post, Chris Johnson running for 2k+ yards on that team is FAR more impressive then Peyton throwing for 4500 yards.
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What Chris Johnson running for 2,000 yards, with a team that doesn't throw the ball and has one of the best Offensive Lines in football?


Most Valuable Player. The player who is of most value to his team. Manning is more valuable to the Colts than Johnson is to the Titans. Johnson had a better offensive year than Manning. The net result is that Manning won MVP and Johnson won OPOTY.
Wow. seriously? yeah 2000 yards is pretty easy to get I see, that's all you need. This is so horrible.
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The Indy offense is designed to get the ball out quickly. Plays take a bit longer to develop for Green Bay. Completely different styles of passing attacks.
If true, then Rodgers should get sacked more than Manning. Has nothing to do with a crappy pair of OT's last year weeks 1-8?
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Oh, it has a lot to do with it. Just means that the quality of OL matters more for Rodgers than for Manning.
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