Chasing History: Who Is the NFL MVP from 200 Down to One (Part Two)

Posted: 28th December 2009 by Samuel Bell Jr in NFL
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Another season is coming to an end, and yet again Peyton Manning is at the forefront of MVP talk. That much we're used to, but the competition he's sure to receive from Drew Brees and Philip Rivers, amongst others, will have us all wondering who will be the NFL's best when voting time comes around. Jim Caldwell didn't help by benching Manning in the 3rd of quarter of a game which the Colts were winning at the time. Anyone else think that Caldwell didn't want the attention that comes with an undefeated season, just to potentially end up like the 2007 New England Patriots? It's either that or he and Rex Ryan had an under-the-table deal to help Ryan's Jets make the postseason. With a decade of scathing sports scandals, I wouldn't bet my life against it. Seriously, the playoffs come with press ...

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