With two weeks left in the 2012 NFL season, several NFL awards races are still very much up for grabs. Our two NFL experts, Alex Marvez and Peter Schrager, take a look (and take sides) at whom they'd be voting for if the season were to end this week.
MVP Peter Schrager's ballot
1. Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos
Even if Adrian Peterson breaks Eric Dickerson's single-season record of 2,105 rushing yards, I think I'm still going with Manning as my league MVP. He's more than just the best player on the field this season. He's the de facto offensive coordinator, quarterbacks coach, and team mouthpiece for an 11-3 team. Entering Week 15, Denver has won nine straight and they shouldn't lose to Cleveland or Kansas City in the team's final two games. It's a quarterback's league and Denver's got the very best one. I have no problem with Peterson winning the award, but my vote's with The Sheriff. Anyway, that's why there's the Offensive Player of the Year award.
2. Adrian Peterson, Minnes...