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Odds: 1 percent
2012 Stat Predictions: 79 tackles, 21 sacks, one interception, four forced fumbles
It's very rare for a defensive player to take home the MVP Award. However, if one defensive player is disruptive enough to do so, it's Jason Pierre-Paul.
Pierre-Paul has completely dominated offenses this year. He consistently puts pressure on the quarterback and his athletic ability makes him a threat to make plays all over the field.
What's scary about his extremely impressive 2011 statistics of 86 tackles and 16.5 sacks is that he wasn't even a full-time starter in the beginning of the season.
With more time on the field in 2012, Pierre-Paul can solidify himself as the top defensive player in the NFL. He likely won't win the MVP Award, but he'll definitely need to be considered in the conversation.