REPORT: Manning clear-cut MVP entering week 10

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(Bleacher Report) — Two interceptions in his last outing couldn’t stop Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning from winning yet another game and further solidifying his status as the clear-cut NFL MVP entering Week 10.

Three touchdowns and an otherwise outstanding performance by Manning in Cincinnati kept the Broncos rolling with their third consecutive victory—along with his MVP bandwagon.

Even though he’s still not at 100 percent after multiple neck surgeries kept him out for the entire 2011 season, the 15-year veteran has found a way to have the best all-around season of any QB in the league.

It would be crazy not to consider Manning the front-runner for comeback player of the year. Even a slightly sub-par season by Manning’s high standards would warrant the award. But incredibly, the four-time MVP has had something more in store, much to the delight of Broncos fans.

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