View Poll Results: Who will be the 2010-2011 NFL MVP

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  • Aaron Rodgers

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  • Tony Romo

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Thread: 2010-2011 NFL MVP Predictions

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    Default 2010-2011 NFL MVP Predictions

    2. NFL MVP finalists

    Chris Johnson, Tennessee Titans -- Do you realize the best running back in the game didn't get an MVP vote last season?

    Peyton Manning, Indianapolis Colts -- You can cut and paste his name in this category every year.

    Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers -- A 5,000-yard passing season is doable.

    Ray Rice, Baltimore Ravens -- Workload was a manageable 254 carries last season (compared to Johnson's 358). And he'll lead all backs in receptions again.

    Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints -- Habit.

    3. MVP

    Johnson, if he breaks Eric Dickerson's single-season rushing record. Rodgers, if he doesn't.
    Source: ESPN.com

    If my boy Aaron Rodgers gets it you'll never hear the end of it for the rest of your life from me. To go from Brett Favre(boo!) to Aaron Rodgers(yay!), in my opinion, is on the same level as the 49ers transitioning from Montana to Young. You don't usually see a team lose an elite QB and his replacement come in and reach elite status as well. Rodgers is so good that he may be the top QB for the next five years and beyond. Don't believe me? Well, consider his age and what he did last year with that Swiss cheese of an o-line. That o-line got a huge boost this off-season and look for the Packers to focus on it more and more in the future.

    Who do you think the MVP will be?

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    eli manning will win this shit just watch

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    He needs to throw a lot more than 27 TDs to have a chance...

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    Rodgers is the guy I think will take it. I really like Ray Rice to garner a lot of votes too, I expect him to have a monster season!
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    I'm hoping it's my boy Ray Rice, but I'm gonna say Aaron Rodgers. He's got some nice weapons and he's pretty gangster.

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    After Arian Foster's opening day and looking at the Texans' O-line performance that guy could have a Michael Turner, year one with the Falcons, type season. I was predicting a Steve Slaton type breakout year but, man, he's even better than that. The Texans' O-line is even better than I thought and then when you consider the size of Foster and him exiting those holes at full steam, he's going to be a complete nightmare for LBs and the secondary to try and stop. The Colts have nowhere near the worst run D in the league. Foster is now officially my dark horse MVP. Rodgers is still my guy though. If Rodgers had the Texans' line protecting him he could challenge for the TD record. Unfortunately for him, based on one game played, the Packers O-line has a lot of work to do... They sucked last night. Poor guy was running for his life AGAIN.
    Last edited by Apollo; Mon Sep 13th, 2010 at 10:56 AM.

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    I bet none of the above..........GO BUCS!!!!!!!!

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    Randy Mossssss

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    It's obvious that Tom Brady is the MVP now. Nobody could have even guessed Michael Vick would be in the discussion.

    It is funny to see Brett Favre on the list. He had a great season.

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    Michael Vick is hands down the MVP. The Patriots have a strong offense and defense. The Eagles' defense sucks and the only reason they are where they are because of Michael Vick's dominate play.

    Side note, I think Aaron Rodgers deserves it more than Brady. That whole team was decimated with injuries. They lost two star players on offense to season ending injuries early on in the season. They lost offensive linemen for extended periods. They lost key defensive players for the season. The Packers would never be playing wild card Sunday tomorrow if not for Rodger's amazing play. I know that sounds like a Homer plug but the guy did so much with so little. Place Vick or Rodgers on that Pats team and they could have won 14 games as well. The Rodgers Vs. Vick showdown tomorrow is going to be an NFL classic.
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    Quote Apollo wrote: View Post
    Michael Vick is hands down the MVP. The Patriots have a strong offense and defense. The Eagles' defense sucks and the only reason they are where they are because of Michael Vick's dominate play.

    Side note, I think Aaron Rodgers deserves it more than Brady. That whole team was decimated with injuries. They lost two star players on offense to season ending injuries early on in the season. They lost offensive linemen for extended periods. They lost key defensive players for the season. The Packers would never be playing wild card Sunday tomorrow if not for Rodger's amazing play. I know that sounds like a Homer plug but the guy did so much with so little. Place Vick or Rodgers on that Pats team and they could have won 14 games as well. The Rodgers Vs. Vick showdown tomorrow is going to be an NFL classic.
    Rodgers was great this year, I think he's the MVP. But I guess it's cause I really dislike Vick. Hard to forget the things he did in the past...

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    Rodgers outplayed Vick on Sunday. What a game that was. The Packers defense smothered Vick most of the game and by the end of it Vick was walking with a limp.

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    Quote Apollo wrote: View Post
    Rodgers outplayed Vick on Sunday. What a game that was. The Packers defense smothered Vick most of the game and by the end of it Vick was walking with a limp.
    Yeah, that last interception was incredible. I was on my feet when Vick did his first fake, then suddenly he threw it into the endzone, I actually thought that the Eagles were going to win. Anyways, go Seahawks

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    playoff mvp, marshawn lynch just for that amazingly dirty run.

    but,seriously, RS MVP prolly michael vick or t. brady.
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    Quote CB4 wrote: View Post
    It's obvious that Tom Brady is the MVP now. Nobody could have even guessed Michael Vick would be in the discussion.

    It is funny to see Brett Favre on the list. He had a great season.
    i actually think 4 deserved it last year though and honestly, i believe the jets would have won last year's and this year's superbowl if brett favre was still their qb with the current team they have minus sanchez.

    who is no anthony calvillo and will never be.

    even though i still am going with the jets this year.
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    Rodgers had another huge game. Next stop, Chicago.

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    I'm hoping for a Jets-Packers final. I hate the Steelers.

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    I'd rather see the Jets because they share the inexperience factor with the Packers.

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    The Packers are the best team now that the Patriots are done. They have the best QB, some really really great Offensive and Defensive players. Got some kickass receivers. I don't think there will be many points between the Packers and the Bears. gonna be super defensive

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    The Packer need Starks to keep showing up. When he moves the chains it eats the clock and takes a lot of pressure off both Rodgers and the defense. The Bears are going to try and blitz the hell out of Rodgers unless the Packers can keep them honest with balanced play calling. The Falcon would have had a lot of sacks last week if not for Rodgers' mobility. I hope he's not called upon to test his wheels as much this week.

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