Manning for MVP?

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Manning for MVP?

He’s got his coach’s vote, but don’t sleep on Brady, Peterson
Peyton Manning has put together a season to clap about. But is it an MVP season? The Denver Broncos’ quarterback and four-time MVP likely is competing against Tom Brady and Adrian Peterson, and Manning and Peterson also are prime candidates for the Comeback Player of the Year honors.
Peyton Manning for MVP? Well, he’s got his coach’s vote. “With all due respect for everyone involved, what’s unique about Peyton ... he’s done it in a new city with a new team at that position,” Broncos’ head coach John Fox said. “In my own personal opinion, that’s what separates him from the field.”
MVP candidate Tom Brady: The Patriots’ quarterback has more yards (4,543) but fewer touchdowns (32) than Peyton Manning, and he also has a victory over Manning – New England’s 31-21 win in October that marks the last time Denver lost.
MVP candidate Adrian Peterson: The Vikings’ running back, like Manning, made a remarkably fast comeback and, at present, has rushed for 1,898 yards and led a 3-13 team in 2011 to the verge of the playoffs in 2012.
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Broncos’ head coach John Fox reported two injuries: KR Trindon Holliday (ankle) and CB Tracy Porter (concussion). ... Fox gave the Broncos a rare “Victory Monday” – the day off after a win. The team will report back to work Wednesday. ... With 65 yards receiving, WR Eric Decker joined Demaryius Thomas in the 1,000-yard club. The Broncos have their first 1,000-yard receiving duo since 2004. ... Denver moved up to fourth in overall offense and third in overall defense and, with a week left, remains the only team ranked in the top five in both categories.

Manning for MVP?

Peyton Manning has put together a season to clap about. But is it an MVP season? The Denver Broncos’ quarterback and four-time MVP likely is competing against Tom Brady and Adrian Peterson, and Manning and Peterson also are prime candidates for the Comeback Player of the Year honors.
Peyton Manning for MVP? Well, he’s got his coach’s vote. “With all due respect for everyone involved, what’s unique about Peyton ... he’s done it in a new city with a new team at that position,” Broncos’ head coach John Fox said. “In my own personal opinion, that’s what separates him from the field.”
MVP candidate Tom Brady: The Patriots’ quarterback has more yards (4,543) but fewer touchdowns (32) than Peyton Manning, and he also has a victory over Manning – New England’s 31-21 win in October that marks the last time Denver lost.
MVP candidate Adrian Peterson: The Vikings’ running back, like Manning, made a remarkably fast comeback and, at present, has rushed for 1,898 yards and led a 3-13 team in 2011 to the verge of the playoffs in 2012.
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