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Should the NFL Most Valuable Player Award Include the Postseason?

Should the NFL Most Valuable Player Award Include the Postseason?

Hyped by on February 1, 2011 Website: www.eaglescentral.com

Every postseason, it seems we hear some rumblings throughout the football world that the Most Valuable Player award, football’s most prestigious award, should be given after the playoffs.

This means that not only will a player’s regular season affect his chances, but so will his performance in the postseason.

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