Tuesday, November 9, 2010

FBS MVP Candidates-QB Edition 6

We are getting towards the end of the regular season, and that means that the 1st ever All Bilo Team will be announced soon as well. Let's take a look at the great candidates that we have as the season winds down.

Kellen Moore, Boise State
Moore was the better QB last Saturday when he had his showdown with Bryant Moniz. He passed the 500 yard mark and was flawless on the day. With the Broncos still marching forward at 8-0, his chances are very good.

Cameron Newton, Auburn
There are very few QBs that have meant as much to their team's success as Newton has. The system has worked well for him that Gus Malzahn has built. My only issue with him is that with all of these stories and smoke about him floating around, there has to be a fire somewhere.

Ricky Stanzi, Iowa
Stanzi is having a solid campaign in a season in which all of his primary running backs have been injured. The Hawkeyes are in the race due to the leadership and solid passing skills of their star QB. HE has 20 TDs to just 3 picks in 2010.

Andy Dalton, TCU
You cannot really ignore a QB of a 10-0 team that has constantly put up solid numbers like this guy. He is a pure leader, and his record as a starter is amazing during his career at TCU that is now coming to the end.

Andrew Luck, Stanford
Luck looks like the best Standford QB since John Elway, and he is winning more than Elway did. Of course Luck has a better coach than Elway did. Stanford can still go to the Rose Bowl, and Luck will also be back next season to help lead Stanford into the new era in the PAC 12.


Terrelle Pryor, Ohio State
Bryant Moniz, Hawaii
Brandon Weeden, Oklahoma State
Landry Jones, Oklahoma
Dominique Davis, East Carolina

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