NFL MVP Talk: – – AP Vs. Johnson

As  the NFL regular-season winds down, talk about the NFL MVP award is becoming a hotter and hotter topic.    – – – No worries, the Sportsguy has you covered with his analysis and insight on the NFL MVP: 

Making a case for  Calvin Johnson:    Johnson did it in what was an unusual “Monday Night Football game” on a Saturday night;  by breaking NFL Hall Of Fame wide-receiver, Jerry Rice’s record for the most receiving yards in a single-season; congratulations to Johnson, though it should be noted that he only has 5 touchdowns on the season.   –  – –   Maybe it would be enjoyable for Johnson, and Lions’ fans  if  the team had at least a winning-record with a chance for them to go to the playoffs.       Detroit may not have the playoffs to look forward to, but.. hey… stats aren’t  a  bad consolation prize, either, you know.

 

Making  a Case for Adrian Peterson:   Peterson, to put it simply plays on a team with a  crappy quarterback who is married to a hot reporter.   – —   The former OU Sooner has run for 1812 yards on the season, along with 11 touchdowns on the season.      Though at a  different position, Peterson still has 6 more touchdowns than Johnson, that could unfairly be the deciding factor in all this MVP talk.

Thoms Brunt is the sports-editor for Birdville High School’s student school-paper: “The Hawk”   as well as a contributing NFL columnist for In the neutral zone.com.   You should follow his Twitter space: @ThomasSportsguy, or email him here: thesportsguy.brunt2@gmail.com

 

 

 

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Author: Thomas Brunt

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