Aaron Rodgers on His Way to Second MVP
[tps_title]Andrew Luck (QB, Colts)[/tps_title]
4,011 yards, 34 TDs, 11 INTs, 103.0 rating
Luck leads the league in passing yards, is second in touchdowns and fourth in rating. He probably has as good a case as anyone. The Colts have the top-rated offense in the NFL. More importantly, Luck has that MVP it factor. Take any of these guys away from their team and plug in someone else — how much does the team suffer?
The Colts and Packers would arguably suffer the most without their MVP candidates. The reason Luck won’t win is because he doesn’t have the marquee win and he plays in a weak division. The Colts lost to Denver, Philly and New England, which are the best teams on their schedule. Their division is home to Tennessee, Jacksonville and Houston. Two of those teams are horrible and one is mediocre.