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33 minutes ago, danlhart87 said:

Russell Wilson gets my vote so far!


He's 9 TD to 1 INT

Anybody else who is catching your eye?

He has mine too! What a great game!! I also have Cam Newton as comeback player of the year.  

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7 minutes ago, danlhart87 said:

Big Ben might win that one too 

They both look amazing. I know Big Ben won , but 397 yards 3 total TDS by Cam In Seattle shocked me... I have to say it’s the first time in a long time I’m not angry at a loss.. Cam had us within a yard of winning and Seattle just made the play. 

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2 minutes ago, danlhart87 said:

Rodgers Jackson and Mahomes of course are up there too 


Dark horse is Murray

If Eilsin doesn’t at least get votes then the MVP is a joke.  Fact he has not even gotten one vote ever is a sham. 

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Gonna have to go with Wilson. Echo the point that it’s bordering on a crime he’s never gotten a single MVP vote. 

Cam in NE is looking mighty good too. I think he’s starting to shift more towards a pocket passer first but still is healthy enough to use the legs when needed.

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