This has been expected for more than a couple of weeks. The only thing this Saturday really brings is the official announcement of Peyton Manning as your 2013 AP NFL MVP. This is his fifth MVP (most in NFL history) and his first for the Broncos, making him the only player to get the honor for two different teams.

The only thing really shocking is that he wasn't the unanimous MVP. This means Tom Brady is the only unanimous MVP winner after his 2010 season.

Manning broke Brady's records to get this MVP though. The Broncos quarterback broke the record for most touchdown passes in a season (55),  leading the Broncos to the most points in a season (606), and Drew Brees' record for most passing yards in a season (5,477). If Manning is on-point tomorrow, he'll be one closer to Brady's three Super Bowl championships.

Manning also won the Offensive Player of the Year for probably the aforementioned reasons.

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[via Yahoo! Sports]