NFL Team MVPs For the 2012 Regular Season

By Billy Liggett
January 15, 2013 5:01 pm
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Adrian Peterson and Peyton Manning are the obvious names that pop up when the words "MVP" and "NFL" and "2012" are mentioned in the same sentence. But not every team MVP this season was quite as obvious.

Familiar with the names Zach Brown, Daryl Washington or Stevie Brown? Can you pronounce Luke Kuechly's last name? These are but a few of the best that NFL teams had to offer in 2012.

Sure, we could have gone the easy route and just listed quarterbacks, but where's the fun in that? Besides, this will be the last list you'd expect to see a Jets quarterback -- or is it?

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20 months ago
Props for putting Daryl Washington as the team MVP - extremely underrated. Nice article.
20 months ago
(Commenting as I read so there might be multiple comments)
I disagree with Richardson for the Browns, Josh Gordon was more solid with 800+ yards and 5TDs, and D'Qwell Jackson was good again this year with 118 tackles, 3.5 sacks(down side), 2 Forced Fumbles and 2 INTs.
20 months ago

On the Jets, if you had to give it to a player who's play actually made a difference, I'd say you have to give it to either Jeremy Kerley(56 Catches, 827 Yards, and 2 TDs) or Shonn Greene(276 Carries, 1,063 Yards, 8 TDs).
20 months ago
49ers MVP was based on one game? There was better, more consistent players on the 49ers, Justin Smith, Navarro Bowman, Aldon Smith, Patrick Willis, Frank Gore, Michael Crabtree, and Vernon Davis, just to name a few. All of those guys may not have had great seasons, but they had better(more consistent) seasons than Kaepernick. Not a Kaepernick hater, I just don't think he is the most valuable player on the team. You have to remember that it is the defense that closed out the game against the Packers, holding the 5th best scoring offense to 31 points to close out the game.

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