Saying It Again: Why Chris Johnson Is the NFL MVP

Posted: 3rd January 2010 by David Xaviel is the Real Mr. X in NFL
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I previously wrote a short article in which I stated that I think halfback Chris Johnson of the Tennessee Titans is the MVP of the NFL. I said that in belief that Johnson would pass 2,000 rushing yards, which he has just done against the Seattle Seahawks. Not only that, but Johnson also broke the NFL record for yards from scrimmage set by Marshall Faulk for the St. Louis Rams in 1999. Faulk would win the award for MVP in 2000, not 1999, but clearly Johnson has put himself on the same level as a former NFL MVP. Not only that, but Faulk was a member of a loaded offense, while Johnson seems to have done more with less.á That is not to diminish Vince Young's comeback, but Johnson succeeded even without Young, when the Titans still relied on Kerry Collins at quarterback. A quarterback, I shoul ...

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