NFL Week 14 MVPs – Beckett Pricing Insider
This was another week of blowouts. Even the games with the close final scores weren’t actually that close. Take the Bills and the Buccaneers game, which went to overtime. The Bills were down 24-3 and had to stage a huge comeback to force OT only to lose. You have to give credit to Josh Allen, though. He passed for 308 yards and two scores while also leading the team in rushing with 109 yards and another touchdown. If the Bills had won, I would be putting him at the top of the MVP list. The loss won’t take away from his collectability of his cards, though.
Let’s take a look at some other standouts from Week 14.
Talk about carrying your team on your back. Dalvin Cook rushed 27 times for 205 yards and two scores in Minnesota’s dominant win over the Steelers. Even when the Vikings aren’t doing great as a team Cook usually plays well and collectors are still chasing his cards.
On Sunday night ,the Packers and Aaron Rodgers proved once again they own the Bears. After a back and forth first half where the Bears actually took the lead into halftime, Rodgers turned it on in the second half and dominated. He threw for 341 yards and four touchdowns. The Packers are once again the number one team in the NFC. If they can get over the Championship game hump and make the Super Bowl, his cards could see even more interest as he continues to shape his legacy.
Cooper Kupp might be the MVP of the Rams this season. He is the leading receiver in the NFL with almost 1,500 yards and 12 touchdowns. He had a great game in the win over Cardinals with 123 yards and a touchdown. His card values have skyrocketed this season and don’t show any signs of slowing down.