2009 NFL MVP: The Race is Over

Posted: 4th January 2010 by kevin roberts in NFL
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Brett Favre made his comeback worthwhile . He stared "late-season slide" talk straight in the face, and proceeded to throw six touchdowns and over 600 yards in his last five quarters. Drew Brees and Peyton Manning faded (along with their teams), as they spent their final weeks on the bench of playing like shells of themselves. Chris Johnson met his 2,000-yard quota. It took 36 carries against a weak Seattle Seahawks run defense, but he did it. It's been a long year of guessing when the Saints and/or Colts would lose their first game, when Favre would finally cave, and whether or not Chris Johnson would ever again run for less than 100 yards. The Saints and Colts, both manned by sure-fire NFL MVP candidates , made it 13 and 14 games with an unblemished record. Favre rebounded from a few sou ...

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