Michael Vick: Why the Eagles QB Is Now the Most Valuable Player in the NFL

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Michael Vick: Why the Eagles QB Is Now the Most Valuable Player in the NFL
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It was basically a fact heading into Week 15 that the top two candidates for the National League Most Valuable Player are New England Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady and Philadelphia Eagles' quarterback Michael Vick.

Almost everybody had Brady first and Vick second. (A few threw in guys like Philip Rivers or Matt Ryan.)

And almost everybody agreed that Brady had the MVP race all but wrapped up.

But hold on one minute.

You know how one game can drastically change the MVP race? That's exactly what happened today.

After an incredible series of events in the fourth quarter of today's Eagles-Giants game, we have had a drastic change in the MVP race.

As of right now, Michael Vick is the Most Valuable Player of the National Football League.

 

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