We have reached the second half of the 2013 NFL Regular Season so it’s time to start thinking about who the most valuable player is. While the NFL has turned titles like the MVP into another goofy, self-serving, extravagant awards show, they still count for something and still mean something when all is said and done.
The most valuable player is said to be the one player on the team that makes the most difference, the one guy the team wouldn’t succeed without, not necessarily with the best stats but puts together performances each week that either define the team or define the team’s success. This is the guy that if he goes down even his back up is saying “Oh crap”. Here are five MVP candidates through nine weeks of action so far this season.