Re: Channing Crowder says, "Vick Should Be MVP"
posted at 12/28/2010 3:54 PM EST
In Response to Re: Channing Crowder says, "Vick Should Be MVP"
[QUOTE]Not to mention Vick missed the better part of 4 games due to injury. MVP Awards aren't given out over redemption (not even going into that), they are given based on who was the most valuable player in the league. If Vick gets an award, it should be Come Back Player of the Year or something, not MVP. Let's compare the two QBs side-by-side Vick: 208/329, 63.2%, 2,755, 20 TD, 5 INT, Sack 28 -171; Rushing - 92/613 8 TD Brady: 314/476, 66.0%, 3,701, 34 TD, 4 INT, Sack 25 -175, Rushing -31/30, 1TD Vick has accounted for 3,197 yards and 28 TD . He's turned the ball over 6 times since he also lost a fumble. Vick has the 3rd best passer rating at 103.6 . Vick has led his team to a 10-4 record with a plus 73 point differential. Brady has accounted for 3,556 and 35 TD . He's turned the ball over just 4 times. Brady has a league best 109.8 passer rating. Brady has led his team to a 13-2 record with a plus 174 point differential. Brady set an NFL record with 319 pass attempts without a pick which is still active plus he hasn't lost at home in the regular season in 26 games, another active NFL record. Brady is the clear stats leader even if you factor in Vicks rushing. Brady has accounted for 7 more TD, 2 fewer TOs, has the better passer rating, led his team to the best record in football with 2 UDFA running backs, two rookie TEs, the loss of his best OL for half the year and the loss of his ALL WORLD receiver (which may have been a blessing). Above all, Brady has led his team to the best record in football with a very young and suspect defense. Brady's importance to his team is FAR greater than any player to any other team!!! Where would the Pats be without Brady, 5-10?
I didn't read anywhere where Obama called Kraft congratulating him for choosing Brady in the 6th round. Maybe he will once Brady officially wins his 2nd MVP.
Posted by Faucetman[/QUOTE]
I am with you 1000% until you get to that point highlighted above. That's just thrown in for dramatics.
You would think fans would learn by now that statements like that are blatant disrespect to all the other players on the team who are paid professionals. You also think fans would have learned from the Matt Cassell season and even more recently the Matt Flynn game vs.
The Pats, as part of your brilliant analysis, have a +174 point differential. You don't think Hoyer could have won more than 5 games after starting all his seasons at Michigan St. when Cassell won 11 after not starting since HS? The Pats only have to win the game with the backup, not match the +174 point differential.
Again, for the record, exceptionally well stated Faucet!