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1). Tom Brady- Has anybody won an MVP award after missing the first 4 games of the season? If Brady keeps up this pace they will. A QB rating of 133, 12 Td passes and 0 interceptions, he has never been better.

 

2). Matt Ryan- Led a great final drive to beat the Packers. Not many QB’s have ever been as accurate as Ryan has been lately. The question will be as always can he do it in the playoffs?

 

3). Derek Carr- Threw for over 500 yards on the road and throws a game winning TD pass. Carr has to be in consideration now for being the MVP of the league. He looks like an elite QB for the next decade in the NFL.

 

4). Drew Brees- Numbers were not as great as always, but he made some big throws with the game on the line.

 

5). Dak Prescott- Did not play well the first 3 quarters Sunday night against the Eagles. What he did at the end of the game showed how good this rookie will be. The fact that he overcame a bad start and a 10 point deficit to lead a come from behind dramatic win says a lot for me.

 

6). Matthew Stafford- Did not play well in Houston. The big question for Stafford is can he play well and win on the road.

 

7). Kirk Cousins- Played a great game in London against Cincinnati. He has been good for most of the year, and with his abundance of weapons on offense and an improved offensive line, this team can make some noise.

 

8). Phillip Rivers- Got beat up by that vaunted Broncos pass rush, but as he usually does he kept his team in the game until the end.

 

9). Aaron Rodgers- Finally, that was the Aaron Rodgers we expected, he was accurate, passionate and fought until the end. The problem is the defense is not holding up its end of the bargain.

 

10). Marcus Mariota- He looks like the real deal, and the Titans are an up and coming team that can win the AFC South.