Since the year 2000, only two players that have been named the most valuable player in the NFL have been drafted out of the first round. There are currently two players this season that are playing at a level capable of accomplishing that prestigious award. One of those players was not drafted at all, let alone in the first round. You would have to go back to 1978 to find Earl Campbell's rookie season, a year that saw him win both the Rookie of the Year award, and the MVP as well. There are a few names in the 2012 season that may have the chance to achieve that extremely rare feat. Finally, the is one team left that has a chance to answer the 1972 undefeated Miami Dolphins season. If that happens, one would be led to believe that the man at the head of that offense would be named the Most Valuable. This week's rankings have seen a bit of a shake-up since the last time they were released, so without further ado, here are the Week 9 NFL MVP rankings.