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"He needs to thank Kyle Shanahan, profusely. Dude helped his accuracy, his timing, speed on getting the ball out and decision-making. All of which helped him throughout the season, but most importantly, win a playoff game, instead of scoring 2 points."

Yes, because Drew Brees came out of the womb throwing 88 yard spirals. FOH

In all fairness, Brees has been robbed of MVP at least once if not twice.

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1 minute ago, Carl927 said:

Brees deserves one, but is denied through no fault of his own.  The next time a taints fan starts bragging... remind them that the mvp trophy case is empty.

hate to say this but.....their super bowl trophy isn't empty ....so we kinda have to give them that one for the next few weeks

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1 minute ago, Carl927 said:

Brees deserves one, but is denied through no fault of his own.  The next time a taints fan starts bragging... remind them that the mvp trophy case is empty.

hate to say this but.....their super bowl trophy isn't empty ....so we kinda have to give them that one for the next few weeks

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Season Player Team Position Ref
1957 Jim Brown Cleveland Browns Running back  
1958 Jim Brown (2) Cleveland Browns Running back [6]
1959 Johnny Unitas Baltimore Colts Quarterback  
1960 Norm Van Brocklin Philadelphia Eagles Quarterback  
1961 Paul Hornung Green Bay Packers Running back [7]
1962 Jim Taylor Green Bay Packers Running back  
1963 Y. A. Tittle New York Giants Quarterback [8]
1964 Johnny Unitas (2) Baltimore Colts Quarterback [9]
1965 Jim Brown (3) Cleveland Browns Running back  
1966 Bart Starr Green Bay Packers Quarterback  
1967 Johnny Unitas (3) Baltimore Colts Quarterback [10]
1968 Earl Morrall Baltimore Colts Quarterback [11]
1969 Roman Gabriel Los Angeles Rams Quarterback  
1970 John Brodie San Francisco 49ers Quarterback  
1971 Alan Page Minnesota Vikings Defensive tackle  
1972 Larry Brown Washington Redskins Running back  
1973 O.J. Simpson Buffalo Bills Running back  
1974 Ken Stabler Oakland Raiders Quarterback  
1975 Fran Tarkenton Minnesota Vikings Quarterback  
1976 Bert Jones Baltimore Colts Quarterback  
1977 Walter Payton Chicago Bears Running back  
1978 Terry Bradshaw Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback  
1979 Earl Campbell Houston Oilers Running back  
1980 Brian Sipe Cleveland Browns Quarterback  
1981 Ken Anderson Cincinnati Bengals Quarterback  
1982 Mark Moseley Washington Redskins Placekicker  
1983 Joe Theismann Washington Redskins Quarterback  
1984 Dan Marino Miami Dolphins Quarterback  
1985 Marcus Allen Los Angeles Raiders Running back  
1986 Lawrence Taylor New York Giants Linebacker  
1987 John Elway Denver Broncos Quarterback  
1988 Boomer Esiason Cincinnati Bengals Quarterback  
1989 Joe Montana San Francisco 49ers Quarterback  
1990 Joe Montana (2) San Francisco 49ers Quarterback  
1991 Thurman Thomas Buffalo Bills Running back  
1992 Steve Young San Francisco 49ers Quarterback  
1993 Emmitt Smith Dallas Cowboys Running back  
1994 Steve Young (2) San Francisco 49ers Quarterback  
1995 Brett Favre Green Bay Packers Quarterback  
1996 Brett Favre (2) Green Bay Packers Quarterback  
1997 Brett Favre (3)
Barry Sanders
Green Bay Packers
Detroit Lions
Quarterback
Running back
 
1998 Terrell Davis Denver Broncos Running back  
1999 Kurt Warner St. Louis Rams Quarterback  
2000 Marshall Faulk St. Louis Rams Running back  
2001 Kurt Warner (2) St. Louis Rams Quarterback  
2002 Rich Gannon Oakland Raiders Quarterback  
2003 Peyton Manning
Steve McNair
Indianapolis Colts
Tennessee Titans
Quarterback
Quarterback
 
2004 Peyton Manning (2) Indianapolis Colts Quarterback  
2005 Shaun Alexander Seattle Seahawks Running back  
2006 LaDainian Tomlinson San Diego Chargers Running back  
2007 Tom Brady New England Patriots Quarterback  
2008 Peyton Manning (3) Indianapolis Colts Quarterback  
2009 Peyton Manning (4) Indianapolis Colts Quarterback  
2010 Tom Brady (2) New England Patriots Quarterback  
2011 Aaron Rodgers Green Bay Packers Quarterback [12]
2012 Adrian Peterson Minnesota Vikings Running back [13]
2013 Peyton Manning (5) Denver Broncos Quarterback [14]
2014 Aaron Rodgers (2) Green Bay Packers Quarterback [15]
2015 Cam Newton Carolina Panthers Quarterback

Didn't Realize Brees has never won it. Shows how much i pay attention to that award. Just this year.LOL

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1 hour ago, knomercy said:

"He needs to thank Kyle Shanahan, profusely. Dude helped his accuracy, his timing, speed on getting the ball out and decision-making. All of which helped him throughout the season, but most importantly, win a playoff game, instead of scoring 2 points."

Yes, because Drew Brees came out of the womb throwing 88 yard spirals. FOH

In all fairness, Brees has been robbed of MVP at least once if not twice.

With fans like those *** clowns in that thread he didn't deserve it. 

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49 minutes ago, Godzilla1985 said:

If we win it all this year, I'm going to be the biggest ******* troll on Saints Report, Carolina Huddle & whatever garbage forum tampon bay has. 

I was banned in 8.9 seconds on Saints Report. It's a safe space for swamp rats.

The Huddle wouldn't be too bad if it weren't for all the **** conspiracy theorists that believe the NFL is out to get them and Cam Newton. 

I think Pewter Report is the most active Bucs board, but we're talking like 50 people at most contribute. 

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2 hours ago, knomercy said:

"He needs to thank Kyle Shanahan, profusely. Dude helped his accuracy, his timing, speed on getting the ball out and decision-making. All of which helped him throughout the season, but most importantly, win a playoff game, instead of scoring 2 points."

Yes, because Drew Brees came out of the womb throwing 88 yard spirals. FOH

In all fairness, Brees has been robbed of MVP at least once if not twice.

Like Payton's system with 4 or 5 quality receivers, spreading out the OL for passing lanes, keeping a really solid interior OL and passing all the time isn't what led to all the 5000 yards seasons.

Brees is good, but he has a system tailor made for him, and has had dominant interior OL play.  Ryan gets any of that and people think it's unfair.

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6 minutes ago, takeitdown said:

Like Payton's system with 4 or 5 quality receivers, spreading out the OL for passing lanes, keeping a really solid interior OL and passing all the time isn't what led to all the 5000 yards seasons.

Brees is good, but he has a system tailor made for him, and has had dominant interior OL play.  Ryan gets any of that and people think it's unfair.

That, and airing it out on a bomb when you're down by 20 with ten seconds to play...

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