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adallastiger

The case for DeAngelo as MVP....

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Unfortunately it seems like many don't even consider him a candidate for some reason.

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He should at least get some votes, but due to everyone in the media thinking that Jonathan Stewart is more than a backup; Deangelo probably can't win.

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I dont see anything that can vouch against him 1500 Yards, 20 touchdowns... no fumbles, team in playoffs, team has division... whats not to like?

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The nickname. No one likes a thief... :devil:

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he won't win it.

why bother worrying about it. he couldn't even get in that joke that is the probowl. why are the pinheads going to make someone an MVP who isn't a probowler. it just won't happen.

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Does he have a case for being the MVP, yes. Do I think he should be the MVP, yes. Am I biased in my opinion, yes. Will he get it? Probably not.

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I think the case was made when adallastiger told us Williams was a great back. And boy did he tell us. Do you all remember him telling us, cause he did.

If he didn't, we be cellar dwellers right now so you guys better thank him. I'm talking large amounts of cash and your unmarried daughters. Maybe a few head of cattle too.

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