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Top 2013 NFL MVP Candidates

Thursday, December 19, 2013 @ 09:12 AM EDT - by Daniel Johnson -

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Ronny Travato
Ronny Travato

I BELIEVE THAT IS WORTHY OF THE mvp honor...despite what the others do

Ronny Travato
Ronny Travato

Named to his 12th Pro Bowl (starter) to represent the most by a quarterback in NFL history. • Became the first quarterback to make a Pro Bowl after missing the previous year because of an injury, and the first signal caller to make 10 consecutive Pro Bowls in seasons he played. • Led his team to at least 12 wins for an NFL-record 12th time in his career and the eighth time in his last nine seasons under center. • Directed Denver to 11 consecutive wins by at least seven points, tying for the second-longest streak all time. • Passed Dan Marino for the second-most victories by a starting quarterback (154), trailing only Brett Favre in that category. • Set franchise season records for completions (400), passing yards (4,659), completion percentage (.686), touchdown passes (37) and passer rating (105.8). • Named AFC offensive player of the month for October after completing 77-of-104 passes (.740) for 951 yards with nine touchdowns and just one interception (126.7 rating). • Threw his 400th touchdown pass in Week 1 to become the fastest player in NFL history to that milestone (209 games). • Set a Broncos season record with 37 touchdown passes to represent the second-most passing scores in his career. • Threw at least three touchdown passes in eight games to pass Favre for the most career games (73) with three or more touchdown passes. • Threw for at least three touchdowns in five consecutive games (Games 4-8) to tie for the third-longest streak in league history. • Threw for at least 300 yards in a team-record nine games to tie a personal best. • Set a Broncos record with five consecutive 300-yard passing outputs (Games 3-7). • Joined Steve Young (1998) as the only players in NFL history to throw for 300 yards and three touchdowns in four consecutive games (Games 5-8). • Recorded 10 games with a 100-plus passer rating to set a franchise record for one season. • Owns 13 consecutive games with a 90-plus passer rating to tie for the second-longest streak of all time. • Completed at least 70 percent of his passes in a team-record nine contests. • Engineered three game-winning drives in the fourth quarter or overtime to become the NFL's all-time leader in that category with 48. • Notched his 12th 4,000-yard passing season (most all time) in addition to his 14th 3,000-yard passing season (second all time). • Passed Marino for the second-most completions (5,082) and the second-most touchdown passes (436) in league history.

Ronny Travato
Ronny Travato

can't see anyone taking this award but peyton,he's is having a historic season.THE BEST PURE REGULAR SEASON QB IN NFL history

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