The time to make on-the-field arguments for who should be the 2010 NFL Most Valuable Player is over, but we'll make off-the-field arguments all the livelong day -- at least until the award is given to someone. The general favorite seems to be Tom Brady, which is understandable given that he hasn't thrown an interception since October, but Michael Vick also has a good case for the crown. (If you don't believe us, just ask him). Still, it's not as though the Eagles or Patriots were helpless without their quarterbacks -- just look at how Brian Hoyer did in his brief stint against Miami or how the Eagles performed under Kevin Kolb. Might there be a better argument for, say, Aaron Rodgers, without whom the Packers might not have even made the playoffs?