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Saints’ Alvin Kamara up for Vizio’s Top Value Performer of 2017

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Stop me if you’ve heard this one before, but Alvin Kamara is up for a trophy.

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To no one’s surprise, New Orleans Saints rookie running back Alvin Kamara is up for another award. He’s one of five players across the NFL up for Vizio’s Top Value Performer of 2017.

Per the press release, the Top Value Performer is completely decided by fan votes, allowing fans to really rally behind their favorite candidate and vote as often as they’d like.

You can go here or visit VIZIO.com/TVP or use #TVPKamara on Twitter.

Voting is open now, until Sunday, Jan 14 at 11:59 PM PT

In his rookie season, Alvin Kamara has emerged as one of the league’s top dual threat players. His sensational speed and ability in the passing game have quickly made Kamara an integral part of one of the league’s top offenses. With multiple games over 100 total yards already on his resume, Kamara is currently on pace to go over 1000 total yards this season. Kamara has energized a resurgent New Orleans team and as rookie third round pick with a base salary of $465,000, he is a viable contender to win this year’s TVP award.

Also in the running is Davante Adams (Packers), Jerrick McKinnon (Vikings), Alex Collins (Ravens), and Jordan Howard (Bears).