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Rick Gosselin’s Week 6 NFL rankings: Los Angeles rules (still)

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Who will be the NFL MVP in 2018?

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Look for the NFL rushing crown to return to Dallas, Elliott in 2018

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Tom Brady has rushed for a touchdown each of the last two weeks – the first time he’s scored touchdowns in consecutive games since 2012.

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Week 6 in review: Brady, Patriots reassert themselves … why change hasn’t been good for first-year head coaches … Gurley or Gordon … wake-up call for Bears … why Ravens the AFC North team to beat … and five things you might not know.

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The last running back to win NFL MVP honors was Adrian Peterson in 2012 when he rushed for 2,096 yards. That’s what it takes for an RB to get into the MVP discussion – a 2,000-yard season.

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Ezekiel Elliott has rushed for 100 yards in half of his 26 career NFL games and the Cowboys have won 10 of those games. The former Ohio State All-America benefits from running behind an offensive line that features three perennial Pro Bowlers.

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A rookie has led the NFL in rushing each of the last two seasons, Kareem Hunt in 2017 and Ezekiel Elliott in 2016. As the second overall pick of the 2018 draft, Barkley becomes the highest drafted running back since Reggie Bush in 2006.

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The Eagles will be better on paper in 2018 with the return of quarterback Carson Wentz, who was building an NVP campaign before a knee injury ended his season in December. Philadelphia went on to win the Super Bowl with backup QB Nick Foles.

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Despite sitting the final 11 quarters of the season, Carson Wentz still finished second in the NFL with 33 touchdown passes. He passed for 3,296 yards and steered the Eagles to 11 victories in a 13-3 season.

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Tom Brady could be the MVP choice every season without any apologies. Even at 40, he was a top-shelf performer for the defending Super Bowl champion Patriots.

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The Talk of Fame Network announces its 2017 NFL awards, with the L.A. Rams one of the biggest winners.

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With the race for league MVP wide open again, we have three more candidates for your consideration.

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The Rams made McVay the youngest head coach in NFL history when they hired him at the age of 30 in the offseason. Nine games into his head coaching career, McVay has the Rams in first place of the NFC West with a 7-2 record on the strength of the highest scoring offense in the league.

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Age hasn’t slowed down Tom Brady. At 40, he leads the NFL with 2,541 passing yards with 16 touchdowns and two interceptions for the AFC East-leading Patriots.

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Leonard Fournette is the only NFL player to score a touchdown in each of the first six weekends of this season, including jaunts of 90 yards against Pittsburgh and 75 against St. Louis.

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A third-round pick in 2017 from Toledo, Kareem Hunt moved into the starting lineup after a preseason injury to incumbent Spencer Ware and it doesn’t appear he’s going to give the position up any time soon.

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The Broncos are 3-1 because they’ve been able to take care of business at home. Denver is one of only two NFL teams 3-0 at home along with Green Bay.

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