1. J.J. Watt
Many fans across the nation believe that this Houston Texan deserved MVP last year. With 20.5 sacks last year, along with a handful of offensive touchdowns as well, this man is one of a kind. Watt is without a doubt one of the best players in the game, and if he repeats the year he had last year? I don’t see how you can’t give it to him.
2. Aaron Rodgers
The man is a monster, point blank. Rodgers was able to manage 4,381 passing yards last season, with 38 touchdowns and only 5 interceptions. Rodgers busted his ankle late in the season, but came out as the 2014 NFL MVP. Rodgers has a good amount to prove, and I’m sure he’d rather have another Super Bowl ring more than anything else.
3. Antonio Brown
This one is a big bet, but I believe that Antonio Brown has what it takes, based on previous seasons. In 2014, Brown lead the league in reception yards with 1,698, so if Brown emerges as the MVP, I would not be shocked for a second. There is a tremendous population of NFL fans that believe Brown is the best receiver in the game, and now is his chance to prove that he is the best player in the league.