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The greatest single season honor that is given to offensive players every year is the most valuable player award. What does it take to win the award? Generally the winner of the award is a RB or a QB. Since 2001 3 RB have won the award, the rest have been QBs. The player is also generally on a winning team that makes the playoffs. So knowing that my prediction is Lesesan McCoy.
McCoy is an exceptional talent that was handcuffed by an Andy Reid offense that limited his carries. New HC Chip Kelly will spread defenses and exploit their weaknesses while taking advantage of Shady’s speed. As long as McCoy can stay healthy I really believe the Eagles can have success with sub par QB play much like the Vikings last year. 2000 all purpose yards and 15+ TD would not surprise me
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