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D-Will = 1st League MVP not in Pro Bowl?

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When he gouges the Giants on Sunday for another 150 yards and a couple TD's on National TV, and then has a good game against NO the next week (which Fox will play hard for both because it will give us a franchise best 13-3 record, and so we aren't resting for 2 off weeks with so much momentum going into the playoffs) will D-Will get snubbed for MVP just so no one looks stupid for snubbing him for the pro bowl?

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MVP does not necessarily mean 'the best" player. Just the most valuable.

If he continues like he is and they win the super bowl, he will be mvp of the league.

No easy, but COULD happen. They would not hold not being in the pro bowl against him.

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A Carolina Panther will never win MVP, as long as we are still this small of a market.

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If he runs for 150 on the Giants, I will buy the world a Coke.

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If he has 19 carries for 220 yards and 4 touchdowns on Sunday with Madden slobbering all over him in the process..only then would he have a shot.

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as much as deangelo deserves it, peyton manning or adrian peterson will win it

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MVP does not necessarily mean 'the best" player. Just the most valuable.

If he continues like he is and they win the super bowl, he will be mvp of the league.

No easy, but COULD happen. They would not hold not being in the pro bowl against him.

MVP is a regular season award and the vote is taken before the playoffs begin.

A MVP can and has come from small markets but they are usually QB's. Farve in Green Bay and Manning in Indy come to mind.

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A Carolina Panther will never win MVP, as long as we are still this small of a market.

I second that damnt.

If he has 19 carries for 220 yards and 4 touchdowns on Sunday with Madden slobbering all over him in the process..only then would he have a shot.

He might even need a bigger game than that as well as about four other players playing extremely bad the last two weeks.

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