NFL MVP: AP and Others Who Are More Valuable to Their Team Than Peyton or Brady

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NFL MVP: AP and Others Who Are More Valuable to Their Team Than Peyton or Brady
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Even though the NFL has an Offensive Player of the Year Award for most prolific production in a year, the NFL MVP award has evolved into an award for the best statistics.  Players need to have record-breaking seasons to crack the conversation for MVP.  However, the Most Valuable Player award must go to the player who has been most correlated to his team's success this season, the player who's team cannot succeed without his guidance.  This article goes through a few candidates for Most Valuable Player in the league, demonstrating that players like Peyton Manning and Tom Brady do not deserve the award this season.  With the exception of Adrian Peterson, none of these players will be in the conversation, but their gargantuan efforts this season merit discussion.

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