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MVP race 2019

Who's your MVP pick through 2019.  

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  1. 1. Who's your MVP pick through 2019.

    • Lamar Jackson
      4
    • Russell Wilson
      2
    • Christian McCaffrey
      1
    • Michael Thomas
      0
    • Dalvin Cook
      0
    • Patrick Mahones
      0
  2. 2. Which of these should weigh more heavily in determining MVP

    • Stats
      2
    • How much worse a team would be without this player.
      5


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Who should be in the lead for MVP thus far?

 

Lamar Jackson :Ravens:

2,248 yards passing, 19 TDs  5 INTs  66.3& completed
781 yards rushing, 6 TDs, 3 fumbles
wins: 8

Russell Wilson :Seahawks: 

2,737 yards passing, 23 TDs, 2 INTs  68% completed
256 yards rushing, 3 TDs, 1 fumble
wins: 8

Christian McCaffrey :panthers:
1059 rushing yards, 11 TDs, 1 fumble
59 receptions, 517 yards, 3 TDs

Michael Thomas :Saints: 
94 rec, 1,141 yards 5 TD, 0 fumbles
wins: 8

Dalvin Cook :Vikings:
1,017 yards, 11 TDs rushing
45 rec, 455 yards, 0 TD
wins: 8

Patrick Mahomes :Chiefs:
2,808 yards, 19 TD, 2 INTs, 65.6% completion 
141 yards rushing, 1 fumble
 

 

 

 

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Mahomie has missed three games and still has comparable stats to Lamar and Russ.  Kinda crazy.

As good as McCaffrey has been, I didn't realize just how good of a season Dalvin has been having either.  For some I thought McCaffrey was running away with things, stat-wise.

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Cook has two fumbles, not sure why its listed on some people and not all.  And Vin, Cook has one more game than CMC. Vikings bye week is week 12. So is the Chiefs for that matter.

Fumbles is not really a relevant stat on Michael Thomas. How many drops has he had? Probably zero, which would be impressive and far more indicative for him.

If we're asking who is most valuable to their team, the answer is CMC or Russell Wilson, I think in that order, though its basically 1a and 1b.

If we're asking who the best QB is, which is what the MVP award the NFL gives out is actually awarding, the answer is Russell Wilson. So far.

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It's Action Jackson. If he beats the 9ers next week he has a stranglehold on it. 

My God what a game that is. It is going to be a tough fuckin game but I think we get them by a field goal...maybe lol.

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Lamar took the lead after this week, but we've still got a long ways to go, and a lot can happen in 5 games.

 

My current ranking:

1. Lamar Jackson
2. Russell Wilson
3. Patrick Mahomes
4. Christian McCaffery
5. Stephon Gilmore
6. Dalvin Cook
 

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Both Lamar and Russell gotta player the 9ers still.  It feels like a Wilson / Lamar tie right now :shrug:

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Alright, Lamar wins. 5 TD passes last night, broke Vick's rushing record, 11th win through 13th week. That's just nuts. Crown his ass. :yep:

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Taking out kneel downs, he's averaging 7.93 yards per carry. 

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I could see Russell Wilson being deserving depending on how the final two weeks go, but it's firmly Lamar Jackson's award to lose.

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Effective Scoring Rate: (TD's + 0.5*FG made + 0.25*FG missed) / (Number of Drives - Number of kneeldowns/end of half situations)

Drive Stats:

Lamar Jackson: 138 drives, 52 TDs, 22 field goals, 1 field goal miss, 33 punts, 7 QB turnovers, 5 turnovers on downs, 3 other turnovers, 15 kneel down/end of half situations.
Effective scoring rate of 51.42%

Russell Wilson: 168 drives, 42 TD's, 21 field goals, 5 field goals missed, 64 punts, 8 QB turnovers, 4 turnovers on downs, 11 other turnovers, 13 kneel downs
Effective Scoring rate of 34.68%

Patrick Mahomes: 117 drives, 34 TD's. 25 field goals, 3 field goals missed, 30 punts, 6 QB turnovers, 4 turnovers on downs, 5 other turnovers, 10 kneel downs
Effective Scoring Rate of 44.16%

 

--- and just for the hell of it

Jameis Winston 173 drives, 44 TDs, 25 field goals, 4 field goals missed, 52 punts, 30 QB turnovers, 1 safety, 5 turnovers on downs, 2 other turnovers, 10 kneel downs
Effective scoring rate of 35.28%

In case you were wondering just how unlucky Russell Wilson is, or how strange the Tampa offense is. In any case, Lamar should still be your front runner barring a total meltdown.

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