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MOP vs MVP
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WHY does CFL use the term MOP instead of MVP?
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because they consider the player who's nominated to be outstanding player unrelated to his teams performance.

Valuable player in the sense is valuable to his team where as the Outstanding Player means his play was top notch, no matter how his team performed.
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I hate the debate over the definition of "valuable" and how players on losing teams get much less consideration. So I can appreciate the cfl's terminology here. But MVP is much catchier Happy
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So you could say that Andre Dawson was, in actual fact, the MOP as opposed to being the MVP in the National League for the year 1987.
( I know I know, I brought baseball into the topic here, sorry 'bout that, but you can see where I'm coming from with this hopefully Wink )
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