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Andy Reid thinks Jamaal Charles should be NFL MVP

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05:34 PM ET 12.16 | The Kansas City Chiefs steamrolled the division rival Oakland Raiders on Sunday, as they once again drew even with the Denver Broncos - who hold the head-to-head tie-breaker. A big reason for the Chiefs' offensive success has been running back Jamaal Charles, who has been impressive all season long. While Charles carried the Chiefs offense in Week 15, he put together a type of performance that was an NFL MVP moment. On Sunday, Charles racked up 215 yards and five touchdowns, which brought his season total to 1,181 rushing yards, 11 rushing touchdowns, 65 catches, 655 receiving yards and seven receiving touchdowns. He has certainly been playing like an MVP candidate and head coach Andy Reid has given Charles the public vote of confidence.

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December 17, 2013  12:11 AM ET

Yep.

December 17, 2013  12:13 AM ET

Worthy candidate for sure. But if Manning breaks the TD pass record, fugetaboutit.

December 17, 2013  12:26 AM ET

As of today I would go with Charles. Not hats to do with the memory of that five TD game so fresh in my mind though, and with Peyton coming off a loss in which his stat line looked better than his actual game play.

December 17, 2013  02:17 AM ET

hard*

December 17, 2013  02:27 AM ET
QUOTE(#3):

As of today I would go with Charles. Not hats to do with the memory of that five TD game so fresh in my mind though, and with Peyton coming off a loss in which his stat line looked better than his actual game play.

Have to agree, Charles was in charge this season.

December 17, 2013  06:22 AM ET

Agree. Kansas City comes out with a RB every few years that makes you say, "WOW!" yo.

December 17, 2013  08:14 AM ET

Charles has been good since his days at UT, he was stuck on a team going nowhere fast until this year. He is certainly a good candidate, but a QB will get it.

December 17, 2013  08:50 AM ET

Peyton will win it. It just make take him a while to get up the podium if it's chilly.

December 17, 2013  08:59 AM ET

Have you seen what Brady has done with little, or nothing?

December 17, 2013  09:02 AM ET

Not!!! A worthy candidate but not the one to recieve this award... Maybe next year...

December 17, 2013  09:26 AM ET

I agree. Peyton hasn't done jack without an all star cast.

December 17, 2013  04:18 PM ET
QUOTE(#8):

Peyton will win it. It just make take him a while to get up the podium if it's chilly.

It's a good thing for Peyton that they decide the MVP based on regular season performance.

 
December 18, 2013  01:43 AM ET

after sundays performance, who could argue?

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