Poll Question 11-12-14 — M is for MISSING


Among those eligible, who is the best former NFL MVP not in the Hall of Fame?

Ken Anderson – NFL MVP in 1981, four-time league passing champion. Played 16 seasons for Cincinnati Bengals, passing for 32,838 yards.
John Brodie – NFL MVP and passing champion in 1970. Played 17 seasons for the San Francisco 49ers, passing for 31,548 yards
Terrell Davis – All-decade selection for the 1990s and NFL MVP in 1998 when he became just the fourth player ever to rush for 2,000 yards in a season. Two-time NFL rushing champion, two-time Super Bowl champion.
Ken Stabler – NFL all-decade selection for the 1970s, NFL MVP in 1974, Super Bowl champion with Raiders in 1976. Played 15 seasons with three teams, passing for 27,938 yards.
 
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1 Comment

  1. Gary W. Patterson
    November 18, 2014
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    I gotta go with the Snake (Ken Stabler) – Raiders were always in contention with him at QB

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