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Sport Who is the NFL's non-quarterback MVP after six weeks?

12:45  23 october  2021
12:45  23 october  2021 Source:   ftw.usatoday.com

Seahawks' Russell Wilson already had finger surgery, out roughly six weeks

  Seahawks' Russell Wilson already had finger surgery, out roughly six weeks Assuming the timeline is accurate, Wilson will probably miss at least five games total.It was learned earlier in the day that Wilson suffered a ruptured middle-finger tendon and would likely require surgery at some point. Since that time, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport has reported that specialist Dr. Steven Shin already completed the procedure on the one-time Super Bowl champion.

Barring a historic performance from a pass rusher or skill player, the 2021 NFL MVP will be a quarterback. Since 2007, 13 of the 14 award winners have been signal callers. The only exception was Adrian Peterson, who had to run for 2,097 yards in a year where former MVPs Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, Peyton Manning, and Drew Brees were all good, but not great enough to cancel each other out, allowing a running back to sneak in.

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This season is primed to provide more of the same, even if Derrick Henry is on pace to break — or maybe shatter — Eric Dickerson’s single-season rushing record. Kyler Murray has the Arizona Cardinals off to a 6-0 start while completing nearly three quarters of his passes and averaging nearly nine yards per attempt. Josh Allen has the Buffalo Bills streaking after regaining his 2020 MVP-caliber form. Tom Brady, 44 years old, is on pace for more than 5,800 passing yards.

NFL Week 5 winners and losers: Urban Meyer showing Jaguars job is too big for him. Chargers trending up.

  NFL Week 5 winners and losers: Urban Meyer showing Jaguars job is too big for him. Chargers trending up. With each passing day, Urban Meyer is showing that the head coaching job of the Jacksonville Jaguars is too big for him. It wasn't so much that the Jaguars (0-5) lost to the AFC South-rival Titans, 37-19. It was the effort they showed. Early in the third quarter, with the Titans holding an 11-point lead, the Jaguars defense did not look interested in tackling Titans running back Derrick Henry on a 9-yard touchdown rush. When Derrick Henry is moving this fast... It's a @Titans touchdown!????: #TENvsJAX on CBS????: NFL app pic.twitter.com/QDChIdK2Cw— NFL (@NFL) October 10, 2021 It's no surprise that effort was an issue.

While a non-passer may not win the award, they could still be the most important piece of their team’s postseason hopes. Who fits that description?

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