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5 Reasons Why Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning Will Win The MVP Award Again in 2014

5 Reasons Why Peyton Manning Will Win 2014 MVP Award

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Peyton Manning is entering his third season with the Denver Broncos. After a record-breaking 2013 season that saw him win his fifth MVP award, The Sheriff is looking to have an even better season in 2014. While he may not be able to match those numbers, he does have a better offense and will become a force at quarterback once again.

Here are my five reasons why Manning will win his sixth MVP award.

5. Emmanuel Sanders

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5. Emmanuel Sanders

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Replacing Eric Decker with Emmanuel Sanders gives Manning a new element to the passing game. In their preseason matchup with the Houston Texans, we saw a taste of what the Manning-Sanders combo can produce. If that was what Sanders brings to the offense, Manning is going to have a ball throwing the football.

4. Offensive Line

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4. Offensive Line

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The Broncos lost Ryan Clady early on in 2013 because of a foot injury, but they were still able to do pretty well up until the Super Bowl. Manning was only sacked 18 times in 16 regular season games. If the offensive line can stay healthy, Manning will have a lot of time to make plays on the field.

3. Regular Season Success

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3. Regular Season Success

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While I can agree that Manning might not be the best postseason quarterback (as indicated by an 11-12 playoff record), the MVP award is based upon how a player performs in the regular season. And if you need a definition of a player who thrives in the regular season, look no further than Manning. In the last two seasons, he has thrown for over 10,000 yards and 92 touchdowns. Need I say any more?

2. Motivation

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2. Motivation

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With the embarrassing Super Bowl loss to the Seattle Seahawks, Manning should use that as motivation to become even better. During the preseason, he seemed to be in mid-season mode, if not playoff mode in games that do not account for anything. If he is already in this form, Manning will be dangerous during the regular season.

1. Offensive Firepower

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1. Offensive Firepower

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I mentioned before that Emmanuel Sanders would be a reason he wins the MVP award, but I must also give credit to the other players on the offense. Manning has perhaps the best wide receiving corps in the league, an emerging tight end in Julius Thomas and perhaps a better running attack in Montee Ball and maybe even Ronnie Hillman. The large amount of talent around him gives him an edge.

Tylor Walden is a Denver Broncos writer for RantSports.com. Follow him on Twitter @TylorDWalden, “like” him on Facebook, or add him to your network on Google.