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Dennis Reynolds
Absolutely no doubt Adrian Peterson is NFL MVP 12/30/2012 6:44PM Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
Put the team on his back and took them to the playoffs in what was arguably the greatest season ever from a RB.
alfredmorris
RE: Absolutely no doubt Adrian Peterson is NFL MVP 12/30/2012 6:50PM - in reply to Dennis Reynolds Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
Ummmmm....ever heard of Robert Lee Griffin III?
DL13
RE: Absolutely no doubt Adrian Peterson is NFL MVP 12/30/2012 6:54PM - in reply to alfredmorris Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
It's not even close. AP should be MVP. Peyton Manning for MVP is nonsense. Denver was a playoff team last season. And as much as i like RG3 i believe Andrew Luck deserves ROY. The Colts went 2-14 last season and are now 11-5.
Big K
RE: Absolutely no doubt Adrian Peterson is NFL MVP 12/30/2012 6:55PM - in reply to alfredmorris Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
Adrian Peterson had unbelievable season, led a team with no offense weapons outside of him into the playoffs.

Peyton's season is indistinguishable for Rodger's and Brady's.

There is no reason why anyone should vote anyone other than Peterson. When people look back at this season it will be remembered for Peterson's season.
rivendale
RE: Absolutely no doubt Adrian Peterson is NFL MVP 12/30/2012 6:58PM - in reply to Big K Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
P. Manning will win MVP. He went from four neck surgeries to the best quarterback in the NFL!
crazy raisin
RE: Absolutely no doubt Adrian Peterson is NFL MVP 12/30/2012 6:59PM - in reply to rivendale Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
MEGATRON
crazy raisin
RE: Absolutely no doubt Adrian Peterson is NFL MVP 12/30/2012 6:59PM - in reply to rivendale Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
k, i'm kidding about that
Big K
RE: Absolutely no doubt Adrian Peterson is NFL MVP 12/30/2012 7:07PM - in reply to rivendale Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
Why is Peyton clearly the best quarterback in the league? He has thrown more interceptions than Rodgers, less touchdowns than him, and has a worse QB rating. Peyton has a losing record against teams above .500, has no signature wins and benefits from playing in the worst division in football and recent memory.
;aksjdf;salkfj
RE: Absolutely no doubt Adrian Peterson is NFL MVP 12/30/2012 7:08PM - in reply to Big K Reply | Return to Index | Report Post

Big K wrote:

Adrian Peterson had unbelievable season, led a team with no offense weapons outside of him into the playoffs.

Peyton's season is indistinguishable for Rodger's and Brady's.

There is no reason why anyone should vote anyone other than Peterson. When people look back at this season it will be remembered for Peterson's season.


This is like saying "man, the top 3 in the race finished so close together that we're giving 4th place the gold medal."
Big K
RE: Absolutely no doubt Adrian Peterson is NFL MVP 12/30/2012 7:17PM - in reply to ;aksjdf;salkfj Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
Thats not what it I was saying at all. I don't understand why Peyton is the MVP when one can strongly make the case that he was not the best QB in the league, see my previous post.

Adrian Peterson had quite possibly the greatest season ever for a running back. He put this team on his back. Over 1,000 yards after contact. Opposing teams stacked the box knowing what was coming and still couldn't stop him. What other weapons are on the Vikings? The Vikings are in the playoffs because of AP.
toro
RE: Absolutely no doubt Adrian Peterson is NFL MVP 12/30/2012 7:33PM - in reply to Dennis Reynolds Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
Yes.
Adrian Peterson for MVP.
Dennis Reynolds
RE: Absolutely no doubt Adrian Peterson is NFL MVP 12/30/2012 7:45PM - in reply to alfredmorris Reply | Return to Index | Report Post

alfredmorris wrote:

Ummmmm....ever heard of Robert Lee Griffin III?


You mean the guy who had two other rookie QBs win more games than him? Yeah, he's not in the conversation bro.
disqualified
RE: Absolutely no doubt Adrian Peterson is NFL MVP 12/30/2012 7:53PM - in reply to Dennis Reynolds Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
Adrian Peterson is another NFL punk. There is no way that someone should qualify for MVP if they over sleep & miss the bus before a huge game, because this clearly indicates that Peterson is a slacker & doesn't take the game seriously.

Also, remember that this thug drove 109 mph in a 55 mph zone. In another incident at a club he pushed a cop & resisted arrest, needing 3 cops to subdue him. I don't think the NFL takes into account these things so he'll probably be off the hook.

ohh nfl players.
sbs1
RE: Absolutely no doubt Adrian Peterson is NFL MVP 12/30/2012 7:57PM - in reply to Big K Reply | Return to Index | Report Post

Big K wrote:

Thats not what it I was saying at all. I don't understand why Peyton is the MVP when one can strongly make the case that he was not the best QB in the league, see my previous post.

Adrian Peterson had quite possibly the greatest season ever for a running back. He put this team on his back. Over 1,000 yards after contact. Opposing teams stacked the box knowing what was coming and still couldn't stop him. What other weapons are on the Vikings? The Vikings are in the playoffs because of AP.


For one thing, Brady and Rogers did not have to adjust to a new coach, and entirely new set of receivers and offensive scheme. NE and GB are pretty much where everyone expected them to be at this point. Do you really think Denver wins their last 11 games in a row with Tebow or some other qb?

I have no problem with Peterson for mvp, but I think the case for Manning over the other qbs is that Denver is at an entirely different level than last year when they lost the last 3 games and backed into the playoffs only because Oakland imploded.
Big Dicksure
RE: Absolutely no doubt Adrian Peterson is NFL MVP 12/30/2012 8:04PM - in reply to Big K Reply | Return to Index | Report Post

Big K wrote:Peyton has a losing record against teams above .500, has no signature wins and benefits from playing in the worst division in football and recent memory.


The losing record stat is such a bogus stat because his schedule was front loaded with the best teams when he was just learning the offense and still recovering from his last surgery. Do you think the Broncos are better or worse now versus the first 5 weeks and after the last 11 straight wins? Moreover, you are aware that ARod also has a losing record against teams with a winning record? The stat is worthless.
ryan foreman
RE: Absolutely no doubt Adrian Peterson is NFL MVP 12/30/2012 8:36PM - in reply to alfredmorris Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
Yes. I've also heard of Peyton Manning and JJ Watt.

I have no problem with Peterson as NFL MVP. I'm not necessarily saying he should be. Just that he deserves it as much as anyone.


alfredmorris wrote:

Ummmmm....ever heard of Robert Lee Griffin III?
joe willy.
RE: Absolutely no doubt Adrian Peterson is NFL MVP 12/30/2012 8:49PM - in reply to Big K Reply | Return to Index | Report Post

Big K wrote:

Why is Peyton clearly the best quarterback in the league? He has thrown more interceptions than Rodgers, less touchdowns than him, and has a worse QB rating. Peyton has a losing record against teams above .500, has no signature wins and benefits from playing in the worst division in football and recent memory.


The broncos were 2-3 and down 28-0 to San Diego at the 1/2 before winning 11 straight to earn the #1 seed in the AFC. Sorry Peyton wins it easy.
Big K
RE: Absolutely no doubt Adrian Peterson is NFL MVP 12/30/2012 8:53PM - in reply to sbs1 Reply | Return to Index | Report Post

sbs1 wrote:

For one thing, Brady and Rogers did not have to adjust to a new coach, and entirely new set of receivers and offensive scheme. NE and GB are pretty much where everyone expected them to be at this point. Do you really think Denver wins their last 11 games in a row with Tebow or some other qb?

I have no problem with Peterson for mvp, but I think the case for Manning over the other qbs is that Denver is at an entirely different level than last year when they lost the last 3 games and backed into the playoffs only because Oakland imploded.


Rodgers had his two best receivers entering the season miss substantial time this season. He has a horrendous offensive line that has been battered with injuries. He doesn't have a running back on the roster that has gained over 500 yards on the ground. Rodgers doesn't have the benefit of playing with a top flight defense anchored by a legitimate defensive player of the year candidate.

I do believe that Brady or Rodgers would have won those 11 games in a row for Broncos. They only played two teams above .500 in that stretch. Denver is at a entirely different level because Tebow, someone who can't even start on the Jets was their quarterback. They would be at entirely different level if they had any of about 15 quarterbacks take Tebow's place.

Yes Manning had to learn a new system, but so did all those rookie quarterbacks who have led their teams to the playoffs. So that can't be the reason why Manning is clearly above Rodgers when their numbers are nearly identical.
Hutre
RE: Absolutely no doubt Adrian Peterson is NFL MVP 12/30/2012 9:00PM - in reply to sbs1 Reply | Return to Index | Report Post

sbs1 wrote:

For one thing, Brady and Rogers did not have to adjust to a new coach, and entirely new set of receivers and offensive scheme. NE and GB are pretty much where everyone expected them to be at this point. Do you really think Denver wins their last 11 games in a row with Tebow or some other qb?




Denver was a good team last year. They beat the Steelers in the playoffs before bowing out in the second round. They should be better this year with Manning, but that's not enough to make him MVP. I think Brady's been the better QB, but agree with the Adrian Peterson sentiment.
Big Dicksure
RE: Absolutely no doubt Adrian Peterson is NFL MVP 12/30/2012 9:12PM - in reply to Big K Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
ARod didn't have a RB gain 500 yards because they never hand the ball off. 1st and goal and ARod was throwing all 3 downs. Manning (both), Brady and Brees all try and run the ball down by the goal line.

I don't know why there is any discussion about who the MVP is. It's AP and it's not even close.
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