I think Favre deserves to be seriously in the discussion for MVP. I am a believer in the "V" part of MVP, not in the "S" part (stats) that doesn't exist. This is not the MVSP award, right? Well, they've often gotten it wrong because of stats. In 2001 Brady was the real MVP. In 2003 Brady was the real MVP. Who got the awards though? Somebody with better stats and longer-lived reputations. Then Brady wiped both of them off the map in the playoffs, back-to-back. Hmmm, what happened to the MVPs? So this time some of them want to get it right, and Brett Favre does deserve to be in the discussion. I don't think he stands up to Brady in the end, because I think Brady's stats will, for better or for worse, sway the vote. In reality they are probably equally valuable to their teams, but who can you give it to when one guy throws twice as many TDs and half as many picks? The one thing I'll concede to Favre is that he's doing it with "less". But hey, NFL analysts, what the hell do you think Brady did all those years when you ignored him? Huh? Favre is doing it with less, but Donald Driver is not exactly lunch meat. Deion Branch would love to have his numbers. The thing Favre lacks is the running game. Besides those two guys I think Moss' name does come up at times. I love what the guy is doing, and what he does by drawing coverage cannot be underestimated for its value to the other receivers and to the QB. In that sense he virtually touches the ball as often as Brady, in a way. But only in a way. The QB touches it on every down, so I don't think that I could ever vote a WR over a QB of equal skill and dedication. But who else would rate the discussion? Kellin Clemens? JP Losman?