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NFL Awards

Hockey_Fan19 (22-20-2) vs Dyhard (43-23-2)
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* MVP - Tom Brady *

29 TD's to 4 INT's, while leading the Patriots to a 10-3 record.

* Comeback Player of the Year - Peyton Manning *

Incredible what he has done after coming back from neck injury.

* Offensive Player of the Year - Adrian Peterson *

Has his eyes set on breaking the single-season rushing record.

* Defensive Player of the Year - Von Miller *

Total package on D, makes plays all over the field.

* Offensive Rookie of the Year - RGIII *

18 Passing TD's, 6 Rushing TD's, and only 4 INT's.

* Defensive Rookie of the Year - Bobby Wagner *

109 tackles, 2 sacks, 3 picks, 7 passes defended.

* Coach of the Year - Pagano and Arians *

Amazing and unlikely story in Indianapolis.

These are my picks for the NFL awards. What are yours?


MVP: Aaron Rodgers

While Aaron Rodgers has had an amazing season and does have 4 more INTs than Brady, Rodgers is leading the Packers to a division lead right now while also dealing with plenty of injuries and JerMichael "Stone Hands" Finley.

Comeback Player of the Year: Adrian Peterson

I think this has to be Adrian Peterson. The thing is, he's coming back from reconstructive knee surgery and he wasn't supposed to put up numbers like he is. His carries were supposed to be limited at the start and by mid-season he was supposed to be like his normal self. Instead, he's posting some of the best yardage numbers in NFL history.

Offensive Player of the Year: Peyton Manning

30 TDs, 10 INT, leading the Broncos to the playoffs and is coming off of neck surgery and is a Comeback Player of the Year candidate. He deserves OPotY.

Defensive Player of the Year: Aldon Smith

Aldon Smith is on pace to set the sack record as he currently has 19.5 sacks and has had an amazing season. He is making the 49ers' D the dangerous force they are.

Offensive Rookie of the Year: RGIII
Defensive Rookie of the Year: Bobby Wagner
Coach of the Year: Pagano & Arians


Sorry, just got to the computer and saw that I had less than 5 minutes left for an argument.

Would've been a good debate, it's a shame I have to forfeit.

December 11, 2012  05:32 PM ET

Tom Brady sucks.

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December 11, 2012  05:45 PM ET
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Maybe Watt for DPOY. Brady is MVP for sure.

As the MVP award is purely for the regular season, how valuable could Brady really be.
The Patriots could win that division with Vince Young at QB.

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December 11, 2012  06:41 PM ET
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Eliminate Manning because AFC West is the worst division in football. No MVP's from AFC West. AFC East 2-2 vs AFC North, so we eliminate the AFC North. No MVP's in AFC North. Pats beat Houston and Indy by a combined average of 51 to 19 so we eliminate AFC South because they suck. No MVP's in AFC South or even AFC in general. NFC East has 26 total wins same as AFC East so eliminated. Same with NFC South, eliminated. Down to NFC West and NFC North now. NFC West > because SF and Seattle both beat GB.SF and Seattle could win AFC West so the MVP is either Colin Kaepernick or Russel Wilson.Great reasoning, this is how the MVP should be picked going forward.

So based on all that what I have learned is Tom Brady lost to the Cardinals. So Tom Brady sucks.

December 11, 2012  06:52 PM ET
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Eliminate Manning because AFC West is the worst division in football. No MVP's from AFC West.

Not according to the Steelers. The AFC West is loaded.

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December 11, 2012  07:58 PM ET
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How did the Steelers ever lose to Oakland and San Diego?

I'm trying to figure out how they beat the Chiefs?

December 11, 2012  07:58 PM ET

As far as the MVP goes...

Peyton Manning > Tom Brady > Aaron Rodgers

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December 11, 2012  07:59 PM ET

When it comes down to the MVP award, people get too caught up in the stat sheet.

It's not the best statistical performance award.

It's the Most Valuable Player.

Those are not the same thing.

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