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What about DeAngelo? RB could be NFL's MVP

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Not a Pro Bowler? No problem. DeAngelo Williams couldn't care less. He's got his eyes on a bigger prize. And while he won't admit it -- he's modest like that -- he should be considered for the NFL's MVP.

You read that correctly. DeAngelo Williams is (and should be considered to be) the NFL MVP.

Williams, who leads all non-kickers in the NFL in scoring (14 rushing touchdowns, 2 receiving touchdowns and a two-point conversion), wasn't named to the NFC's Pro Bowl squad despite being one of the main cogs on one of the best teams in the NFL.

In fact, Williams has five touchdown runs of 30 yards or longer, which matches the highest total in any single season in the last 40 years. Three other players, Barry Sanders, Terrell Davis and Adrian Peterson hold the same record as Williams.

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i think it's very possible that williams will break davis' 2003 record. depending on how well his next 2 performances go, he may very well end up in the running for MVP.

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If Williams has another two games playing like he has been, and the Panthers win both then he definately should be considered for MVP.

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Williams would never be seriously considered for MVP because he's on the Panthers. I base this on the fact that Steve Smith didn't receive a single vote for MVP in 2005, the year that he had the triple crown of receiving.

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Williams would never be seriously considered for MVP because he's on the Panthers. I base this on the fact that Steve Smith didn't receive a single vote for MVP in 2005, the year that he had the triple crown of receiving.

pretty much...

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Williams would never be seriously considered for MVP because he's on the Panthers. I base this on the fact that Steve Smith didn't receive a single vote for MVP in 2005, the year that he had the triple crown of receiving.

Sean Alexander set an NFL record for tds and the seahawks went to the superbowl, he should have been unanimously voted in, not that I know who got however many votes...

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I say let anybody who wants to keep overlooking him do just that. Fuel for the fire, SS style. I would hope he's the type of guy who would work hard and push himself whether he gets the accolades or not (and I think he is), but a bigger chip on his shoulder can't hurt.

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Times like this, you gotta wish our market was bigger... then again I don't think I'd be able to handle the ignorance of fans resembling those of the cowgirls and foreskins.

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absolutely! my goal: have as many members as he has rushing yards......a lofty goal, but not too ridiculous

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Sean Alexander set an NFL record for tds and the seahawks went to the superbowl, he should have been unanimously voted in, not that I know who got however many votes...

There are multiple players who get votes for MVP every year, so yes, Smith should've gotten some votes in 2005. By winning the triple crown he was in the elite company of Jerry Rice and Sterling Sharpe.

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