Miller Lite NFL Player of the Year Award
The Miller Lite NFL Player of the Year Award is presented by Miller Lite to the top player in the National Football League (NFL).
NOTES: Bold entries denote players who went on to become members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame; Year fields link to the NFL season in review page, winner's names link to the player's page and team name links to the official roster for the year in which the player won the Most Valuable Player of the Year Award.
Did you know that there have been eleven quarterbacks and seven running backs who have won the Miller Lite NFL Player of the Year Award?
A breakdown of other official NFL most valuable player awards: The Joe F. Carr Trophy (1938-1946), the United Press International NFL MVP (1948-1969), the Newspaper Enterprise Association NFL MVP (1955-Today), and the Associated Press NFL MVP (1957-Today).
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