3 clear reasons why Matthew Stafford can win the NFL MVP award in 2024 season

He can do it!
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2. He's got the ability to have MVP volume

In 11 of his seasons in the NFL, he's thrown for over 250 yards per game. In six of his NFL seasons, he's thrown for at least 26 touchdown passes, and in 206 regular season games, he's attempted 7,649 passes, which comes out to 37 attempts per game. For a majority, if not all of his career, Matthew Stafford has been able to carry a ton of volume in the passing game.

And when the MVP award is announced in 2024, it'll likely go to a QB, an that QB always has to have eye-popping numbers. The way I see it, the team around Stafford is going to be good. They went 10-7 last year and should be in a better spot to begin 2024. So really, all Matthew Stafford has to do is to not mess up.

Does that sound too pushy? Maybe, but I'd even add to this and say that the Rams are going to need to win games because of Matthew Stafford, so the veteran QB is going to be tasked with doing that from time to time, and it's not like he hasn't carried a team before. Yes, he's going to throw interceptions, as he doesn't even have a 2:1 TD:INT ratio during his NFL career, but he's got the ability to have a heavy volume in the passing attack, so the potential is clearly there.