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    Super Bowl MVP

    MVP predicitons?

    Who will be the MVP of the Super Bowl?



    Name two players - no one expects - to have a shot at MVP:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mingo View Post
    MVP predicitons?

    Who will be the MVP of the Super Bowl?



    Name two players - no one expects - to have a shot at MVP:

    Peyton Manning - certainly goes into the game with the greatest likelihood of being MVP

    A couple of guys no one expects: Malik Jackson and Tamme

    Jackson - because Seattle will be making sure Pot Roast doesn't beat them.

    Tamme - I would be very surprised in Tamme did not score a TD in this game. This is the Bronco reward system for team players -Tamme gets some looks.

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    I'm going to go with Decker on the Broncs, and... the Kicker for the Hawks.

    I was wondering last week why there is no MVP in the CCG's. Then I sort of forgot about it.
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    I going Tony Carter

    Carter would be very fitting - the theme of the "next man up" w/ the Broncos comes full circle to the SB

    - Tamme would be great, and he's darkhorse guy I could see having an unexpectedly good game - but for him to get an MVP, he'd probably need at least 2 TD catches - which would mean Peyton would have at least 2 TD throws, which would make it hard for anyone else ;)

    Actually, if Tamme could make an impact play on special teams, ie fumble recovery for a TD, that might do it

    Knowshon and Trev could also be in the mix, as they would have the opportunity to make MVP type impacts
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    You hear very little from Shaun Phillips and nothing about him - yet Knighton says Phillips is the most inspirational leader on the defense. I can see him - playing an inspired game.

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    Knowshon or perhaps Montee Ball. I could definitely see a scenario where Ball gets into the game and keep the offense moving and scores a few TDs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by primetime714 View Post
    Knowshon or perhaps Montee Ball. I could definitely see a scenario where Ball gets into the game and keep the offense moving and scores a few TDs.
    Or fumbles. MB is the kind of guy who needs a nickname, like MVB.
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    I hope we get to see some legit MVP play tomorrow and have a couple players be deserving.

    Decker - might be the guy who gets the least attention and has a 7 catch 115 yard 2td game.

    Moreno -if Seattle wants to stop Manning they might leave good running holes.
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    No one expects:

    Woodyard - INT plus fumble recovery for TD
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    I would love to see Ayers win it so that draft pick would not ping so hollow after this year.

    Jeremiah is probably on the right track . it will probably be who is least on there list of poison that will win MVP.

    DT caught plenty balls on the Seahawks in the preseason . of all the players I would love to see it would be Manning,, Ball, DT, Woodyard, Bailey, JT or Decker in that order .

    The only player I like on the sea Chickens is Wilson . Hope he does some day just not this week end .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rear Admiral View Post
    Or fumbles. MB is the kind of guy who needs a nickname, like MVB.
    I think we will skip the fumble stuff and go right to the MVB stuff he is averaging 6 something yard a game since about week 7 or 8

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    Quote Originally Posted by primetime714 View Post
    Knowshon or perhaps Montee Ball. I could definitely see a scenario where Ball gets into the game and keep the offense moving and scores a few TDs.
    the moving the ball scenario did happen were when he was in the game we scored and when Knowshon was in we bogged down .. I pesonaly hope Knowshon has his best day as a pro

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    You all know Manning has a 95% chance to win the MVP if we win the game! The QB always gets it. ;)
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    and I will go with

    Malik Jackson and Mike Adams.

    I guess when you say surprise I pretty much eliminate all of the pro bowlers, 10 TD guys, near pro bowlers like Trevatan and DRC.

    But then again.. I think anyone would be a surprise other then Peyton. ;)
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    yep pretty much

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