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    Re: AD for MVP 3.0 - Peterson gains MVP support

    "mexicanfan98" wrote:
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    Who picks this award? If it's the sportwriters and sportscasters, AD won't win it. It will be Payton Manning who is "god" to the writers and broadcasters.
    manning has had a hell of a season. His colt team always start fast and end kinda slow. this year its been the other way around. IMO they are the hottest team in league but I still dont think he deserves MVP. Without AD it would have been hard for Gus and T jack (last week) to do some of the things they are doing. He is so valuable to this team i just hope he gets it.
    Tom Brady would have gotten it this year if he hadn't been injured.
    I find him to be more of a "second coming of Christ" figure to sports writers and sportscasters than I do Manning.

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    Re: AD for MVP 3.0 - Peterson gains MVP support

    "LincolnVike" wrote:
    "mexicanfan98" wrote:
    "COJOMAY" wrote:
    Who picks this award? If it's the sportwriters and sportscasters, AD won't win it. It will be Payton Manning who is "god" to the writers and broadcasters.
    manning has had a hell of a season. His colt team always start fast and end kinda slow. this year its been the other way around. IMO they are the hottest team in league but I still dont think he deserves MVP. Without AD it would have been hard for Gus and T jack (last week) to do some of the things they are doing. He is so valuable to this team i just hope he gets it.
    Tom Brady would have gotten it this year if he hadn't been injured.
    I find him to be more of a "second coming of Christ" figure to sports writers and sportscasters than I do Manning.
    How would you know that Tom Brady would have been MVP this year?
    Maybe he would have had a bad year.
    You can't predict that.

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    Re: AD for MVP 3.0 - Peterson gains MVP support

    "ejmat" wrote:
    "LincolnVike" wrote:
    "mexicanfan98" wrote:
    "COJOMAY" wrote:
    Who picks this award? If it's the sportwriters and sportscasters, AD won't win it. It will be Payton Manning who is "god" to the writers and broadcasters.
    manning has had a hell of a season. His colt team always start fast and end kinda slow. this year its been the other way around. IMO they are the hottest team in league but I still dont think he deserves MVP. Without AD it would have been hard for Gus and T jack (last week) to do some of the things they are doing. He is so valuable to this team i just hope he gets it.
    Tom Brady would have gotten it this year if he hadn't been injured.
    I find him to be more of a "second coming of Christ" figure to sports writers and sportscasters than I do Manning.
    How would you know that Tom Brady would have been MVP this year?
    Maybe he would have had a bad year.
    You can't predict that.
    bernard pollard stopped that from happening. he is the true second coming of jesus
    We're bringing purple back.

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    Re: AD for MVP 3.0 - Peterson gains MVP support

    "gregair13" wrote:
    "ejmat" wrote:
    "LincolnVike" wrote:
    "mexicanfan98" wrote:
    "COJOMAY" wrote:
    Who picks this award? If it's the sportwriters and sportscasters, AD won't win it. It will be Payton Manning who is "god" to the writers and broadcasters.
    manning has had a hell of a season. His colt team always start fast and end kinda slow. this year its been the other way around. IMO they are the hottest team in league but I still dont think he deserves MVP. Without AD it would have been hard for Gus and T jack (last week) to do some of the things they are doing. He is so valuable to this team i just hope he gets it.
    Tom Brady would have gotten it this year if he hadn't been injured.
    I find him to be more of a "second coming of Christ" figure to sports writers and sportscasters than I do Manning.
    How would you know that Tom Brady would have been MVP this year?
    Maybe he would have had a bad year.
    You can't predict that.
    bernard pollard stopped that from happening. he is the true second coming of jesus
    The best thing that has ever happened to Tom Brady is him getting injured, he was gonna have a terrible season, now he can use this leg injury as an excuse for a bad season..

    And with the Peyton argument this is how i see it.

    Vikings w/o AP but with Taylor- 6-8 maybe 5-9
    Colts w/o Manning but with Sorgi- 3-11

    AP is the man though..

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    Re: AD for MVP 3.0 - Peterson gains MVP support

    Jim Sorgi = Maytag Repairman.

    Irrelevant, I know. I just find it funny.
    Disclaimer: I'm an idiot.

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    Re: AD for MVP 3.0 - Peterson gains MVP support

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    Jim Sorgi = Maytag Repairman.

    Irrelevant, I know. I just find it funny.
    Jim Sorgi gets paid to stand. I wish I had his job.

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    Re: AD for MVP 3.0 - Peterson gains MVP support

    "cunningham" wrote:
    "C" wrote:
    Jim Sorgi = Maytag Repairman.

    Irrelevant, I know. I just find it funny.
    Jim Sorgi gets paid to stand. I wish I had his job.
    He also literally tried out to be the Maytag Repair man... no joke. The article is below.

    http://deadspin.com/sports/nfl/jim-sorgi-is-willing-to-scrounge-for-endorsement-opportunities-238436.php
    Disclaimer: I'm an idiot.

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    Re: AD for MVP 3.0 - Peterson gains MVP support

    "C" wrote:
    "cunningham" wrote:
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    Jim Sorgi = Maytag Repairman.

    Irrelevant, I know. I just find it funny.
    Jim Sorgi gets paid to stand. I wish I had his job.
    He also literally tried out to be the Maytag Repair man... no joke. The article is below.

    http://deadspin.com/sports/nfl/jim-sorgi-is-willing-to-scrounge-for-endorsement-opportunities-238436.php
    Sorgi seems like a very bored person.

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    Re: AD for MVP 3.0 - Peterson gains MVP support

    t-jack for mvp

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    Re: AD for MVP 3.0 - Peterson gains MVP support

    "ejmat" wrote:
    "LincolnVike" wrote:
    "mexicanfan98" wrote:
    "COJOMAY" wrote:
    Who picks this award? If it's the sportwriters and sportscasters, AD won't win it. It will be Payton Manning who is "god" to the writers and broadcasters.
    manning has had a hell of a season. His colt team always start fast and end kinda slow. this year its been the other way around. IMO they are the hottest team in league but I still dont think he deserves MVP. Without AD it would have been hard for Gus and T jack (last week) to do some of the things they are doing. He is so valuable to this team i just hope he gets it.
    Tom Brady would have gotten it this year if he hadn't been injured.
    I find him to be more of a "second coming of Christ" figure to sports writers and sportscasters than I do Manning.
    How would you know that Tom Brady would have been MVP this year?
    Maybe he would have had a bad year.
    You can't predict that.
    You're right, I can't predict that.
    But knowing the pant-stretching hard-on some commentators get when they talk about him almost makes you wonder.
    I'm speaking on behalf of the commentators themselves.

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