There are 2 weeks until the 2020 NFL season ends and while there are teams that are still in the fight to obtain that place in the playoffs (few are available), there are also those who They are fighting but for being candidates for the MVP, a career that is far from defined.
Last year it was Lamar Jackson.
The Baltimore Ravens quarterback showed he can be a threat both on the ground and in the air, but he probably won’t repeat the award. His team got off to a good start, but it fell slowly and Lamar was left out of the MVP conversation.
While he stopped being considered, there are those who only begin to do a better job to be considered. Some are Aaron Rodgers, who returned to that level that was seen a few seasons ago, Josh Allen with the Bills and even Derrick Henry.
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There are many options and nothing is defined.
You may have heard once, twice, or 874 times that Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has yet to receive a single vote for MVP in his previous eight NFL seasons. There was a good chance that would change in a few months, as he was widely viewed as the MVP favorite, but the 31-year-old has slipped in the past few weeks.
This while former MVPs Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs and Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers have gained momentum in the ‘Most Valuable Player’ talks. Those three have by far the best odds, but there are also candidates like ‘dark horse’, Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen and Arizona Cardinals QB Kyler Murray.
Is Aaron Rodgers for MVP?
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The list of candidates for the MVP of the 2020 NFL season is reduced to 5:
– Patrick Mahomes.
– Aaron Rodgers.
– Josh Allen.
– Derrick Henry.
– Russell Wilson.