But perhaps you have chosen to "miss" the point of the first half of my post. The apparent "all" or "nothing" point when most on this board refer to Eli.
As to your second response, I think we are in agreement. The 2012 Crabtree/Manningham example is to me an excellent example of how the either/or debate about who makes whom, vis a vie QB/WR, is so very challengible. Interestingly, Crabtree, by his curious statement a few months ago, believes the QB "makes" the WR. Who'd a thunk it?
Mannangham would have been a better reference, if that was your point.
Only those with agenda's would interpret it in any other way.
But stop with the SB MVP stuff. His offenses scored a total of 38 points in both games. they were team wins. Its a vote cast in a minute after the game and usually goes to the QB. Although I thought he deserved it in 2011.
He's very good. He also has moments of greatness. he also has moments where he looks like a high school QB. He's a high beta guy.