MVP Winners: 2011-2021

2001-2010 | 1991-2000 | 1981-1990 | 1971-1980 | 1957-1970 | AFL (1960-1969) | Players

2022 Winner Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (490 points; 48 first-place votes, 2 second, 0 third, 0 fourth, 0 fifth) Runners-up Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts (193 points: 1 first, 26 second, 11 third, 10 fourth) Bills quarterback Josh Allen (151 points: 1 first, 11 second, 19 third, 12 fourth, 5 fifth) Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow (128 points: 0 first, 10 second, 18 third, 9 fourth, 6 fifth) Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson (55 points: 0 first, 1 second, 1 third, 15 fourth, 17 fifth) 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa (20 points: 0 first, 0 second, 1 third, 3 fourth, 11 fifth) Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence (3 points: 0 first, 0 second, 0 third, 1 fourth, 1 fifth) Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons (2 points: 0 first, 0 second, 0 third, 0 fourth, 2 fifth) Eagles wide receiver A.J. Brown (1 point: 0 first, 0 second, 0 third, 0 fourth, 1 fifth) Bears quarterback Justin Fields (1 point: 0 first, 0 second, 0 third, 0 fourth, 1 fifth) Titans running back Derrick Henry (1 point: 0 first, 0 second, 0 third, 0 fourth, 1 fifth) Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert (1 point: 0 first, 0 second, 0 third, 0 fourth, 1 fifth) Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill (1 point: 0 first, 0 second, 0 third, 0 fourth, 1 fifth) Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith (1 point: 0 first, 0 second, 0 third, 0 fourth, 1 fifth) Dolphins quarterback Tuo Tagovailoa (1 point: 0 first, 0 second, 0 third, 0 fourth, 1 fifth) Bills trainer Denny Kellington (1 point: 0 first, 0 second, 0 third, 0 fourth, 1 fifth)

[Suzy Kolber voted for Kellington, who saved Damar Hamlin’s life]

2021 Winner Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (39 votes) — 13-4 record, 4,115 passing yards, 37 TD, 4 INT, 68.9 percent, 531 attempts Runners-up Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (10 votes) — 13-4 record, 5,316 passing yards, 43 TD, 12 INT, 67.5 percent, 719 attempts Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp (1 vote) — 12-5 record, 145 receptions, 1,947 receiving yards, 16 TD

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2020 Winner Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (44 votes) — 13-3 record, 4,299 passing yards, 48 TD, 5 INT, 70.7 percent, 526 attempts Runners-up Bills quarterback Josh Allen (4 votes) — 13-3 record, 4,544 passing yards, 37 TD, 10 INT, 69.2 percent, 582 attempts, 8 rushing TD, 1 receiving TD Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (2 votes) — 14-2 record, 4,740 passing yards, 38 TD, 6 INT, 66.3 percent, 588 attempts

2019 Winner Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (50 votes) — 13-2 record, 3,127 passing yards, 36 TD, 6 INT, 66.1 percent, 401 attempts, 1,206 rushing yards, 7 rushing TD

2018 Winner Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (41 votes) — 12-4 record, 5,097 passing yards, 50 TD, 12 INT, 66.0 percent, 580 attempts Runner-up Saints quarterback Drew Brees (9 votes) — 13-3 record, 3,992 passing yards, 32 TD, 5 INT, 74.4 percent, 489 attempts

2017 Winner Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (40 votes) — 13-3 record, 4,577 passing yards, 32 TD, 8 INT, 66.3 percent, 581 attempts Runners-up Rams running back Todd Gurley (8 votes) — 11-5 record, 1,305 rushing yards, 4.7 avg., 788 receiving yards, 19 TD Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz (2 votes) — 13-3 record, 3,296 passing yards, 33 TD, 7 INT, 60.2 percent, 440 attempts

2016 Winner Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan (25 votes) — 11-5 record, 4,944 passing yards, 38 TD, 7 INT, 69.9 percent, 534 attempts Runners-up Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (10 votes) — 14-2 record, 3,554 passing yards, 28 TD, 2 INT, 67.4 percent, 432 attempts Raiders quarterback Derek Carr (6 votes) — 12-4 record, 3,937 passing yards, 28 TD, 6 INT, 63.8 percent, 560 attempts Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott (6 votes) — 13-3 record, 1,631 rushing yards, 5.1 avg., 363 receiving yards, 16 TD Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (2 votes) — 10-6 record, 4,428 passing yards, 40 TD, 7 INT, 65.7 percent, 610 attempts, 369 rushing yards, 4 TD Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (1 vote) — 13-3 record, 3,667 passing yards, 23 TD, 4 INT, 67.8 percent, 459 attempts, 282 rushing yards, 6 TD

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2015 Winner Panthers quarterback Cam Newton (48 votes) — 15-1 record, 3,837 passing yards, 35 TD, 10 INT, 59.7 percent, 496 attempts, 636 rushing yards, 10 TD Runners-up Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (1 vote) — 12-4 record, 4,770 passing yards, 36 TD, 6 INT, 64.4 percent, 624 attempts Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer (1 vote) — 13-3 record, 4,671 passing yards, 35 TD, 11 INT, 63.7 percent, 537 attempts

[Ron Borges voted for Palmer; Fred Gaudelli voted for Brady]

2014 Winner Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (31 votes) — 12-4 record, 4,381 passing yards, 38 TD, 5 INT, 65.6 percent, 520 attempts Runners-up Texans defensive lineman J.J. Watt (13 votes) — 9-7 record, 20.5 sacks, 65 tackles, 4 forced fumbles, 5 fumble recoveries, 1 INT, 5 TD Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (2 votes) — 12-4 record, 3,705 passing yards, 34 TD, 9 INT, 69.9 percent, 435 attempts Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray (2 votes) — 12-4 record, 1,845 rushing yards, 4.7 avg., 416 receiving yards, 13 TD Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (1 vote) — 12-4 record, 4,109 passing yards, 33 TD, 9 INT, 64.1 percent, 582 attempts Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner (1 vote) — 12-4 record, 83 tackles, 2 sacks, 1 INT

[Tony Dungy voted for Wagner]

2013 Winner Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning (49 votes) — 13-3 record, 5,477 passing yards, 55 TD, 10 INT, 68.3 percent, 659 attempts Runner-up Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (1 vote) — 12-4 record, 4,343 passing yards, 25 TD, 11 INT, 60.5 percent, 628 attempts

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[Jim Miller voted for Brady]

2012 Winner Vikings running back Adrian Peterson (30.5 votes) — 10-6 record, 2,097 rushing yards, 6.0 avg., 217 receiving yards, 13 TD Runner-up Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning (19.5 votes) — 13-3 record, 4,659 passing yards, 37 TD, 11 INT, 68.6 percent, 583 attempts

2011 Winner Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (48 votes) — 15-1 record, 4,643 passing yards, 45 TD, 6 INT, 68.3 percent, 502 attempts Runner-up Saints quarterback Drew Brees (2 votes) — 13-3 record, 5,476 passing yards, 36 TD, 18 INT, 71.2 percent, 657 attempts

2001-2010 | 1991-2000 | 1981-1990 | 1971-1980 | 1957-1970 | AFL (1960-1969) | Players

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