Found January 11, 2013 on Football Nation:
During the past week I found myself apart of and very amused by my colleague and pal James Fitzgerald’s article and debate, claiming a case could be made for RG3 to be given this season’s NFL MVP award.  To his credit, he made several key points to support his argument, but I have details to better support my being the yin to his yang. Robert Griffin III, or by his fan preferred nickname of RG3, had a very impressive rookie season this year.  He completed 66 percent of his passes, threw for 3,200 yards, 8.14 avg., 20 TDs to only 5picks, and the cherry on top being a terrific 102.4 QB rating.  I’m not here to argue that he didn’t have a great season; in fact, it was a season well deserving of Offensive Rookie of the Year, but not enough for the league MVP. The problem here is that I have some “obvious” picks in mind that conquers the performance of RG3.  One is Adrian Peterson who is my hands down pick for MVP.  Eric Dickerson’s record of 2,150 yards rushing in a single season has ...
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