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The case for DeAngelo as MVP....

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Williams should be CONSIDERED for MVP but honestly i think there are others more deserving, the work he has done is outstanding and deserves to be mentioned in the runnings

but he won't get it because he has been splitting carries, it would almost be like stewart and williams would have to be splitting the award(which just might happen next year;))

while williams gets the majority, the carries he doesn't get allow him to stay fresher which is a great luxury

at least thats the way i think other fans outside of the panthers look at it

How do you figure that?

1,515 yards

5.5yards/avg

Total TD's 20

No fumbles...

That isn't split between Williams and Stewart. That's all Williams, and those numbers should be considered for MVP.

Stewart has his own numbers... and only split the carries, not the rest. I don't understand how this has anything to do with Williams' numbers...

Edit: Perhaps you're just saying that's how outsiders look at it. But I think that just goes to show how much Panthers get disrespected...

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I think the post season will change a lot of people's minds.

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case close!!!!

Probably a strange question, but are you a member on Honda-tech.com? :tongue:

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I think you don't need to look any further then the game last Sunday against the Saints. Williams had over 170 yards and had his team up by 20. After which you didn't see almost at all in the second half which we only scored one touchdown and blew a 20 point lead. Which coincidentally is almost the same thing that happened in the giants game when Williams didn't play a couple of drives. At the first of the season I was convinced that Stewart was the better back and as soon as he learned the system would be the starter, I can honestly say that I have never been happier to be proven wrong. He has really put this team on his back this half of the season and I don't think anyone is more deserving then him for the MVP.

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How do you figure that?

1,515 yards

5.5yards/avg

Total TD's 20

No fumbles...

That isn't split between Williams and Stewart. That's all Williams, and those numbers should be considered for MVP.

Stewart has his own numbers... and only split the carries, not the rest. I don't understand how this has anything to do with Williams' numbers...

to outsiders they'll see a backup producing well also and think that they're both just a product of a system/line.

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Well there you go. If Jake can't win Comeback player of the year. What chance does Dwill really have at winning the MVP?

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