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Candidates For Kansas City Chiefs First Half Offensive MVP

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We're going to be running a few polls this week to figure out the Kansas City Chiefs offensive and defensive MVP, as well as the top rookie, through the first half of the 2010 season.

On the offensive side of the ball, we've got a few candidates. Please vote in the poll to determine the winner.

RB Jamaal Charles: He's leading the league in yards per carry (again) and is nearing 1,000 yards in rushing and receiving. He has less touches and nearly three hundred total yards more than his counterpart, RB Thomas Jones.

LT Branden Albert: The Chiefs aren't sacked very often and Albert is usually in charge of the opponent's best pass rusher. That and the Chiefs incredible run game earn him a nomination.

G Ryan Lilja: He was on a few midseason All-Pro lists so folks are obviously pleased with him. Lilja has missed one game to injury this year.

C Casey Wiegmann: It's strange to have three offensive linemen on this list but they've done a great job. As a whole, I've been very impressed by Wiegmann and what he's got left in the tank. He knows this system very well.

WR Dwayne Bowe: Sure he drops some but he also leads all receivers with seven touchdowns including six in the last four games. He's on pace for 52 receptions and 840 yards.

TE Tony Moeaki: He's leading all Chiefs receivers in receptions and has 344 yards and two TDs in his first eight NFL games. He's one of Cassel's favorite targets and has been arguably the most consistent player.

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