View Poll Results: Who should be NFL MVP?

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  • Boston, AZ - 1,413 yds, 6 TD

    0 0%
  • Warner, STL - 4,191 yds, 99.2 rating, 30 TD

    8 53.33%
  • Stewart, PIT - 2,786 yds, 86.8 rating, 11 TD

    1 6.67%
  • Gannon, OAK - 3,291 yds, 97.4 rating, 24 TD

    1 6.67%
  • Favre, GB - 3,439 yds, 94.1 rating, 30 TD

    0 0%
  • Holmes, KC - 1,347 yds, 7 TD

    0 0%
  • Martin, NYJ - 1,340 yds, 10 TD

    0 0%
  • Faulk, STL - 1,096 yds, 8 TD

    4 26.67%
  • Urlacher, CHI - 98 tackles, 5.0 sacks

    1 6.67%
  • Strahan, NYG - 17.0 sacks, 58 tackles

    0 0%
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    Mvp??

    Who should be the NFL MVP this season?

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    Warner has had a great year, no question. But in the overall scheme of things, Urlacher had been a monster.

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    What I think his a travesty is that Kordell is getting rumors to be MVP, LOOK AT THOSE NUMBERS!! His team's doing better, but come on...
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    Gannon

    I hate to go against a Ram, but Gannon has meant more to his team than anybody else. If we are going by stats then it is Warner, even though his interceptions are high for an MVP(the thumb). But without Gannon the Raiders would be in a world of hurt. They are strugling right now and that's with Gannon. So I believe they would have been out of the play-off race a while back if it wasn't for him.
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    Warner

    Beeing a RAM's FAN, gives me no other chance:

    MVP: K.Warner

    but I'm still worried about the number of INTERCEPTIONS thrown! :upset:

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    Gotta go with kurt. He is so good people expect high stats and often dismiss his greatness. But that he is.
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    Question What was I thinking

    Gannon....what was I thinking? I have seen the error of my ways after yesterday. Maybe I just have been spoiled these last few years watching Warner and Faulk that I have forgotten how great these guys really are. No more say I. But is the MVP Warner or Faulk; Faulk or Warner...I just don't know. Ah, here's the answer...the 2001 MVP....Kurt Warner and Marshall Faulk. Hey, why not? That way all Ram fans go home happy.
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