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Old 01-09-2010, 09:45 AM   #1
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Lightbulb 2009 NFL MVP: Peyton Manning

Manning makes history: 4 MVP awards


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Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning added to his growing and historic resume today by claiming a record-setting fourth NFL Most Valuable Player Award.Only one other player, Minnesota quarterback Brett Favre, has been honored three times by the Associated Press’ 50-member panel of sportswriters and broadcasters. Manning previously won the award in 2003, ’04 and last season.




The face and foundation of the franchise since being selected with the first overall pick in the 1998 draft, Manning has helped direct the Colts to a league-best 14-2 record, the No. 1 seed in the AFC and an eighth consecutive playoff berth.

The Colts posted just the third 14-0 start in league history this season and set an NFL record with 23 consecutive regular-season wins. They lost their final two games as coach Jim Caldwell limited the playing time of Manning and several other front-line players in losses to the New York Jets and Buffalo Bills.

Caldwell has helped nurture Manning’s development since 2002, first as the Colts quarterbacks coach and this season as their head coach. He has witnessed excellence on a daily, weekly, yearly basis.


“He’s been such a highly accomplished performer year-in and year-out,” Caldwell said earlier in the week. “Just when you think you’ve seen his best, he improves upon it. This year is one of those when you look at his numbers and how he’s been able to play consistently well over a long period of time.


“It’s been remarkable. He keeps getting better. He just has an innate sort of will to excel. He never gets bored with it. That, I think, is highly unusual.’’
Manning finished the season with 4,500 yards and 33 touchdowns, the second-highest totals in his 12-year career, and broke his own club records with 393 completions and a 68.8 completion percentage.


He orchestrated seven fourth-quarter comebacks, a league record for a single season. Manning pulled the trigger for the league’s No. 1-ranked passing attack, one that saw wide receiver Reggie Wayne and tight end Dallas Clark become just the fourth set of teammates to have at least 100 receptions in a season.


Wayne said there’s no secret to Manning’s success and amassing of MVP awards.
“You see it every week,’’ he said. “Everybody sees the way he approaches each game. He’s a true student of the game.


“He wants everything to be perfect even though you know it’s not going to be. He studies film and studies every play.”


The only other Colts to have won the NFL’s MVP, which was first awarded in 1961, are quarterbacks Bert Jones (1976); Earl Morrall (1968); and John Unitas (1964, ’67).
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Shocking!
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Well deserved. Four MVPs, thats crazy.
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Manning - 39.5 votes
Brees - 7.5
Rivers - 2
Favre - 1

Whoever the hell split their vote should have his privileges revoked.
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Old 01-09-2010, 10:47 AM   #5
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No votes for Chris Johnson?

I know hi team sucked dick...But come on...I mean, ofcource he shouldn't win the award, but you would think someone would just vote for him..
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No votes for Chris Johnson?

I know hi team sucked dick...But come on...I mean, ofcource he shouldn't win the award, but you would think someone would just vote for him..


Yeah, Chris Johnson should of got some votes. Number 4 for Peyton, now to get his 2nd Superbowl ring
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Old 01-09-2010, 01:18 PM   #7
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Manning - 39.5 votes
Brees - 7.5
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Whoever the hell split their vote should have his privileges revoked.

Uhh he split it with Manning and Brees.
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Uhh he split it with Manning and Brees.

I don't care who he gave them to, coulda been Delhomme and Brian Russell for all I care. It's the fact he split it at all. If all the votes come in and two guys have 25 each, ok, co-mvps. But a single voter shouldn't be able to have his own co-mvps, it's a cop out.
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Old 01-09-2010, 01:25 PM   #9
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I don't care who he gave them to, coulda been Delhomme and Brian Russell for all I care. It's the fact he split it at all. If all the votes come in and two guys have 25 each, ok, co-mvps. But a single voter shouldn't be able to have his own co-mvps, it's a cop out.

Its not a cop op, he feels Brees and Manning are co-mvps. How is splitting a vote different from voters voting on a guy and it happens to end up in a tie? Manning voters want Manning to win, not share the award. Yet this guy wouldnt mind it being shared. You're ok with the co mvp happening if the votes end up in a tie but not ok with a voter voting for 2 guys because maybe he feels they should be co mvps.
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Its not a cop op, he feels Brees and Manning are co-mvps. How is splitting a vote different from voters voting on a guy and it happens to end up in a tie? Manning voters want Manning to win, not share the award. Yet this guy wouldnt mind it being shared. You're ok with the co mvp happening if the votes end up in a tie but not ok with a voter voting for 2 guys because maybe he feels they should be co mvps.

Because as principle it's the single most valuable player. I don't think it's ok for a guy that's supposed to be the most elite of experts to be so flippant as to say "eh, these guys are the same." If they'd use a weighted system there'd never be co-mvps again.
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no, CJ didn't deserve a single vote...

I would have liked to see a few votes go to Charles Woodson though...
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Chris Johnson doesnt get a vote but Charles Woodson should?

But yeah i'm only picking on your stupidity once again because ______?

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Because as principle it's the single most valuable player. I don't think it's ok for a guy that's supposed to be the most elite of experts to be so flippant as to say "eh, these guys are the same." If they'd use a weighted system there'd never be co-mvps again.

But Brees was just as much deserving as Manning. If it was clear cut Manning was the MVP? Then I'd agree. But he wasnt.
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But yeah i'm only picking on your stupidity once again because ______?
one of them is on a good team and the other isn't...duh


if CJ would have won that sh*t then we need to go back and erase a whole sh*t ton of people that didn't get in because of their team...

smarten up...
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one of them is on a good team and the other isn't...duh


if CJ would have won that sh*t then we need to go back and erase a whole sh*t ton of people that didn't get in because of their team...

smarten up...

CJ wouldnt have won. Not sure why you typed it. Oh because you have no arguement. Gotcha. You said he didnt deserve a single vote. But Charles Woodson? He did. Thats retarded. CJ put up an amazing season just past. And he doesnt deserve a single vote. Funny. Its not like CJ had Titans winning (sarcasm).
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CJ wouldnt have won. Not sure why you typed it. Oh because you have no arguement. Gotcha. You said he didnt deserve a single vote. But Charles Woodson? He did. Thats retarded. CJ put up an amazing season just past. And he doesnt deserve a single vote. Funny. Its not like CJ had Titans winning (sarcasm).
It makes perfect sense...now you're just babbling

your stupidity is legend...
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