NFL Midseason Awards: Aaron Rodgers Unanimous MVP

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NFL Midseason Awards: Aaron Rodgers Unanimous MVP
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Aaron Rodgers is proving to be the best QB in the NFL

Only eight weeks into the NFL season, we have already seen many surprises and disappointments.

The Green Bay Packers continue to show why they are the best and are favorites to repeat as Super Bowl champions. Aaron Rodgers is now being considered to be the NFL's best quarterback and a legitimate MVP candidate.

Teams like the San Francisco 49ers, the Cincinnati Bengals and the Buffalo Bills have surprised everyone with their play this season and are now tough playoff candidates.

With many surprises, there have also been many disappointments as well.

After getting the money he wanted, Chris Johnson has been absolutely atrocious. Other players such as Donovan McNabb, Philip Rivers and Chad Ochocinco have been big disappointments this season as well.

The Philadelphia Eagles were favorites to win the Super Bowl entering this season with massive offseason acquisitions such as Nnamdi Asomugha, Vince Young and Cullen Jenkins among them. They were tabbed as the "Dream Team," yet they have struggled this season.

Worst of all, the Indianapolis Colts are showing exactly why they are a one-man team with the absence of Peyton Manning. This team has failed to show any character or determination with the loss of their quarterback. Instead of thinking about the playoffs, the Colts are now thinking of "Suck for Luck."

With half of the NFL season in the books, it's time to hand out the NFL 2011 midseason awards.

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