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Is Jonathan Stewart the MVP of this team?

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No.

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He's the MVNNOA

Most Valuable Non-Newton Offensive Asset

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No question he improves this team. But the two opponents we burned are 29th and 32nd in run defense. That's the biggest reason we had success.

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No question he improves this team. But the two opponents we burned are 29th and 32nd in run defense. That's the biggest reason we had success.

Well, it isn't like the Giants have been shutting down the run....

They average giving up 137 yards on the ground without the 1 game from Carolina bumping them.

Cam, Steve, then Stewart.....need all 3 though.

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Well, it isn't like the Giants have been shutting down the run....

They average giving up 137 yards on the ground without the 1 game from Carolina bumping them.

Cam, Steve, then Stewart.....need all 3 though.

True, but they had the benefit of a three possession lead early on, a lead that kept rising. Because of that we only rushed 20 times, and a few of those were undesigned Newton scrambles.

With such a lead, I don't see Stewart getting more carries, and thus no big effect in his presence. Had that game been close, I wouldn't doubt we'd be running well on them.

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No question he improves this team. But the two opponents we burned are 29th and 32nd in run defense. That's the biggest reason we had success.

Seriously. You need 1 yard to get the first down and win the game. 1 stupid yard. Your up against the 29th ranked run defense. Your team is desperate for a win, their ready to pound it in... Instead, you punt and count on the 22nd ranked pass defense to stop the 11th best passing offense, in their own stadium with the crowd behind them. GENIUS!!!

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Let's start Anderson or pickles and see who is the MVP of this team then.

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The 2 games Stewart was out, Chud went full retard. I call it more of Chud trying to be too cute than Stewart being an MVP.

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It's very obvious that Chud is handcuffed in his play calling abilities when J Stew is not on the field. Stewart's stat line doesn't necessarily jump off the page especially in this last game, but his mere presence on the field commands respect from opposing defenses. His pass blocking skills are impeccable. You can literally create a gif from every game of him making an impact block.

Take all that for what it's worth

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True, but they had the benefit of a three possession lead early on, a lead that kept rising. Because of that we only rushed 20 times, and a few of those were undesigned Newton scrambles.

With such a lead, I don't see Stewart getting more carries, and thus no big effect in his presence. Had that game been close, I wouldn't doubt we'd be running well on them.

Yeah, but again it isn't just about Stewart getting carries IMO....defenses defend our O different when he is ruled out

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Yeah, but again it isn't just about Stewart getting carries IMO....defenses defend our O different when he is ruled out

people don't understand. it's his versatility.

his rushing, pass protection and receiving skills all need to be accounted for. it's a guessing game for a defense when he's on the field.

put any other rb on the roster in the backfield, and opposing defenses can pin their ears back and go for broke.

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no, not even close. it seems the oline needs a disastrous day to come out and have a good day the next week.

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