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    2021 - NFL - MVP - Derek Carr

    In short, DC had a phenomenal season! An MVP season! Breaking Rich Gannon's single season passing record, getting this team to the playoffs despite all the turmoil and adversity, 6 more 4th quarter/OT combacks, all the while working behind a lowly rated offensive line.

    Look at the other MVP candidates being discussed right now. Brady, Stafford, Rogers? I promise you they all have better offesnive lines, better skill players around them, and also didn't lose their head coach and #1 WR during the season!

    While some of you are discussing DC being traded, what's the price tag for a league MVP? Start there!

    Even if MVP market value were offered for DC, I don't see him going anywhere!

    How many years in a row has this topic come up now?

    Go Raiders and long live Derek Carr in a Raiders uniform!

    Thank you Derek Carr for an MVP season!

    Go Raiders!

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    In the real world, odds are Carr gets few to no MVP votes. The above post is ridiculous, and I'm a fan of Carr, just not blind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rabidraider View Post
    In the real world, odds are Carr gets few to no MVP votes. The above post is ridiculous, and I'm a fan of Carr, just not blind.
    Carr did more with much less than the others. Gannon - League MVP in 2002, threw for 4689 and 26 TD's. Gannon was throwing to, two hall of famers as well.

    Carr broke Gannon's record with 4804 passing and had 23 TD's. Very similar in numbers and Gannon was no where near Carr's 4th quarter/OT heroics.

    Gannon faced no where close to the adversity that Carr and the Raiders faced that season as well.

    Ridiculous? Hardly!

    Go Raiders!

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    Quote Originally Posted by F.I.B. Savior View Post
    Carr did more with much less than the others. Gannon - League MVP in 2002, threw for 4689 and 26 TD's. Gannon was throwing to, two hall of famers as well.

    Carr broke Gannon's record with 4804 passing and had 23 TD's. Very similar in numbers and Gannon was no where near Carr's 4th quarter/OT heroics.

    Gannon faced no where close to the adversity that Carr and the Raiders faced that season as well.

    Ridiculous? Hardly!

    Go Raiders!
    And yet Carr can't be found. I did see one article where he was 10th in line on odds. You sir are a clown. What about Mayok, still blowing his bumble too?

    https://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2022/1/...m-brady-taylor

    https://bleacherreport.com/articles/...top-candidates

    https://www.foxsports.com/stories/nf...-aaron-rodgers
    Last edited by rabidraider; 01-21-2022 at 02:06 PM.

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    I am good with anyone's opinion, but come on man. Mvp? Whatever you are smoking, please send some my way. Not bashing you , mvp is just a little far fetched.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rabidraider View Post
    And yet Carr can't be found. I did see one article where he was 10th in line on odds. You sir are a clown. What about Mayok, still blowing his bumble too?

    https://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2022/1/...m-brady-taylor

    https://bleacherreport.com/articles/...top-candidates

    https://www.foxsports.com/stories/nf...-aaron-rodgers

    Replace Brady, Rogers, or Stafford with Carr, and you would damn near have the same results!

    Just curious, did Matt Stafford all of the sudden learn how to play QB as soon as he was traded to the Rams? He's got a frickin all-star team around him and all of the sudden he's an MVP cadidate and in the playoffs?

    I forgot Mahomes too. Carr on KC would net the same results.

    Carr arguably had a btter year than Gannon when he won MVP, and you are saying he's not even in the conversation? You my friend are the clown!

    And Mayock did some great things with us. You will have to ask Mark why he made the move!

    Go Raiders!

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    FIB is always good for some comic relief
    Fu#k The Rest

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garner25 View Post
    FIB is always good for some comic relief

    I dubbed him the "Clown".

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    MVP for the Raiders ? No doubt. For the NFL ? Why are your once every 3 weeks posts so corny, cheerleader pom poms, super homer cringe worthy ?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by F.I.B. Savior View Post
    In short, DC had a phenomenal season! An MVP season! Breaking Rich Gannon's single season passing record, getting this team to the playoffs despite all the turmoil and adversity, 6 more 4th quarter/OT combacks, all the while working behind a lowly rated offensive line.

    Look at the other MVP candidates being discussed right now. Brady, Stafford, Rogers? I promise you they all have better offesnive lines, better skill players around them, and also didn't lose their head coach and #1 WR during the season!

    While some of you are discussing DC being traded, what's the price tag for a league MVP? Start there!

    Even if MVP market value were offered for DC, I don't see him going anywhere!

    How many years in a row has this topic come up now?

    Go Raiders and long live Derek Carr in a Raiders uniform!

    Thank you Derek Carr for an MVP season!

    Go Raiders!
    If you are talking about Raiders MVP....then that trophy should go to Trevon Moehrig...an unsung hero

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