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Should Patriots defense have been named Super Bowl MVP?

Should Patriots defense have been named Super Bowl MVP?
Published On: Sun, Feb 10
Jan 10, 2015; Foxborough, MA, USA; /New England Patriots strong safety Duron Harmon (30) celebrates with teammates after intercepting the ball against the Baltimore Ravens during the fourth quarter in the 2014 AFC Divisional playoff football game at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports

Much has been said and written in the past week regarding the decision by 16 sportswriters to make Patriots receiver Julian Edelman the MVP of Super Bowl LIII. One of those 16 voters, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com, has an idea that perhaps should have been the right answer: The entire Patriots defense.

Ita€™s a twist to the argument made by Chris Simms on PFT Live this week that Pats coach Bill Belichick should have been the MVP (notwithstanding the fact that the a€œPa€ stands for a€œplayera€), and ita€™s a way to collectively honor the effort that allowed the Patriots to hold the Greatest Show-offs on Turf Part Two to only three points.

An outside-the-box outcome like that would never happen under the current procedure, which harvests votes even before the game ends. But it wouldna€™t take much to tweak things a bit to allow the 16 voters to confer and discuss the situation briefly before voting.

Given the protracted delay that now unfolds between the firing of the confetti cannons and the handing of the trophy from the Commission to the owner of the winning team, the 16 voters could get together somewhere in the Super Bowl stadium and discuss the worthy candidates before casting their ballot via text message to the appropriate NFL representative.

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