It was nice of Kurt to throw that last pick. His third on the night. He's a joke of an MVP candidate. This was a crucial loss on national television. But the Cardinals finish with 3 of 4 at home, including 2 more NFC West games (read: blowout victories). In other words he still has a chance despite his below average play of late. He'll likely fall at least two spots in my MVP rankings on Monday.
Well, we got the game we wanted from Warner (three TDs hurt our cause but 3 INTs are sweet). I'd hardly call that national TV, though. Sure voters should all have the NFL Network. I know I don't.And it's a shame that Donovan McNabb is all washed up and his confidence is shot. He's a guy who can look back on his career someday and say, Damn, if timing was a little different (or if I had a competent WR) I might have a couple MVPs. Always liked him; glad he still has a pulse.
Yeah that's a better way to put it: it is a game every voter was watching.
You could have just as easily titled this post "Kerry Collins for MVP?"Oddly enough, his chances at winning the MVP took an even bigger than Warner's. How do you win 47-10 and come away with no touchdowns and a total of 3 fantasy points? You are not important to your team, that's how. Anyone with Collins in their top 10 for MVP is not paying attention. You could actually argue he's one of the NFL's least valuable players.
He's valuable in as much as his name isn't Vince Young.
Think you'll be amused by this MVP discussion. Dismissive of Warner and pushing the D guys. A final interesting question at the end.http://nbcsports.msnbc.com/id/27932566/
Nice, thanks Bob.I've clicked around the internet looking at other MVP discussions and one thing is clear: It's a very fluid list of contenders at this point. It is safe to say that none of the 50 AP voters have made up their minds yet. I like Peyton's chances at MVP for the same reasons I like his chances of carrying my team to the Fantasy Finals: Cincinnati, Detroit, and Jacksonville. (I look at Cleveland as a bonus game at this point. High 30s with a chance of snow. If he gets out of town with a victory and a single touchdown pass I'll be satisfied)At this point I wouldn't be surprised if this is a very splintered vote between three or four contenders with many also-rans receiving multiple votes.
I still don't get how Peyton has carried the Colts continously on towards a playoff birth and people still think he's not the most valueble player in the league.I remember a time when the AP remembered that MVP and Offensive Player of the year were two seperate awards.
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