The race for the NFL's Most Valuable Player award has a twist this year: There's actually an interesting late-season discussion for the first time since 2005, writes Y! Sports' Jason Cole.
Matthew: this i simply don't understand. marco rubio misses more work than any 10 of us put together--he clearly doesn't like being a senator. forget winning a primary, i'm more curious why he's still trying to hold the job. he could go write a couple of books, work as a political consultant, give a few paid talks, and occasionally pop in as a talking head at fox and make WAY more money than a senator, and based on some of the financial stuff that came out he needs the money pretty bad. pick a career that suits you, rubio, because if you don't like the senate, don't look at as a stepping stone to the presidency because that's obviously not happening.