2023 NFL Season: Top 3 Non-QB MVP candidates

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Tryeek Hill, WR, Miami Dolphins 

Move over Dwayne, Tyreek Hill is the most electrifying man in all of sports and entertainment.  The wide receiver for the Miami Dolphins, is undeniably the frontrunner for the 2023 NFL MVP award, transcending the traditional quarterback bias. Hill's on-field production this season has been nothing short of phenomenal, cementing his status as a game-changer in the league.

Through 13 weeks, Hill's statistics are eye-popping, downright historic. He's amassed over 1,400 receiving yards, leading the league and setting a blistering pace that could see him shatter existing records. He’s coming for Calvin Johnson’s record on a team that has a chance to make a deep playoff run. As of Week 13, Hill has averaged 114.3 yards per game. This level of consistency and explosiveness is rare, even among elite receivers. NFL Media has already started to compare him to prime Randy Moss.

But it's not just about the yards. Hill has hauled in 10 touchdowns, showcasing his remarkable ability to find the end zone. His catch rate is exceptional, demonstrating his reliability as a target. He's not just a deep threat; he's a threat from anywhere on the field, making plays that swing the momentum of games.

Hill's impact on the Dolphins' offense is undeniable. He's not just a receiver; he's a catalyst for their dynamic attack. His presence opens up opportunities for his teammates, making the entire offense more formidable. With Hill on the field, defenses are forced to adapt, often unsuccessfully.

In a season where quarterbacks have dominated the MVP conversation, Tyreek Hill stands out. His performance in 2023 is a testament to his extraordinary talent and a challenge to the conventional wisdom of MVP selection. If anyone deserves the MVP award this season, it's Tyreek Hill, a receiver redefining excellence at his position.