I would add Randy Moss to that list just for the fact fact that he's stayed pretty much out of trouble.Jamal Lewis too because he the MVP of his teams offense.What about an defensive MVP?Probably to early to say.....
I'd have to go with Gus Frerrote, even if he has only played the past 3 weeks, but DAMN, has he come out with all guns firing. After Dante Cullpepper broke those bones in his back, I was a bit scared. Then Gus took the field, and a 74 yard td pass/run later, thus began the Gus era, atleast until Dante heals. He has done nothing but great things with the Vikings offense, and doesn't look to be letting up.
"I'm a hardcore rocker. I don't have time for all that sissy music on the radio. I'm a real man. That's right. Only the best in rock is good enough for Joe Dirt. Zep, Def Leppard - you know they invented that word 'def,' not those rap guys - Van Halen. Pure rock for me. I even got Kansas on eight-track."
The Colts 5-0? Likely 6-0? I know their D is solid, but they don't have that record without Manning, especially without a healthy Edgerrin James.
Davis is good but Carolina is winning with D, Portis is solid but not an MVP, and Dante Hall, as much as I like him, is really only a few times a game. It's not the same as a guy who is constantly out on the field making plays.
(And yes, I know Hall also plays WR...I also assume no one is suggesting it's his WR play that has him an MVP candidate.)
Matt Barkley approves of this thread title. FWIW, I'm cool with it. Only moves I haven't been a fan of so far are trading for Bradford (thought giving up a 2nd was too rich) and signing Austin. Other than that, it's all good.