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oh wow thats true i never even realized it..if Alexander keeps on pace this season he will be over the 2,000 yard mark by years end!! RUN SHAUN RUN!hobojoe said:Alexander. He could be on his way to rushing for over 2000 yards and breaking the single season rushing TD mark...and hardly anyone realizes it.
Alrite, let's go through the list, since it seems you're not familiar with it.Wink said:I don't see how people can say LT is the MVP. Best running back in the game, yes, but the MVP? His team is currently not in the playoffs with him, and without him they still wouldn't be in the playoffs. So how is he valuable? Shaun on the other hand has been a huge part of the 'Hawks offense and if the season were to end today the 'Hawks would have a bye. Yes I know that the Chargers play in the stronger AFC as opposed to the Seahawks in the NFC, but even just look at the teams they've played. The Chargers have a losing record against NFC opponents(1-2), the Seahawks have a split against the AFC, and a higher winning % in every other category.
Shaun is your offensive MVP. I could listen to arguments for Edge(although I think the other elite weapons on that offense hurt his case), but LT is just a ludicris argument.
If I was starting a team and could pick one player it would be Tomlinson, but the MVP of the first half is Shaun.
Yes, but again, 0-9 or 5-4 guess what you still aren't in the playoffs(currently). And isn't that what matters. To me to have value you have to bring your team to a level it wouldn't be without you. take a non playoff team to the playoffs, take a borderline playoff team to being a leader in the conference etc. Before this season started you coulnd't find a reputable football analyst around who would have predicted the Seahawks to be better than the Chargers. But on Alexanders back the Seahawks have become one of the dominent teams.jmk said:Alrite, let's go through the list, since it seems you're not familiar with it.
LT is running behind a bad, bad offensive line.
LT has a horrible coach taking touches away from him.
The Chargers have played the hardest schedule in the league, so I'm not exactly sure how that goes against the argument for LT as MVP.
Without LT, this team is 0-9, so that point of yours is actually no point at all.
But you are right on one part. 835 yards rushing with 13 TD, 264 yards receiving with 2 TD, and 3 TD passing obviously proves to be a ludicrous MVP argument.