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Vote for the 2010 fantasy football MVP

Who was the most valuable player in fantasy football this season? Was it the player who came through for you in championship week? Or maybe someone you unearthed off the waiver wire? Be sure to vote, as polls close on Friday morning. The announcement will be made live on Fantasy LIVE on Sunday morning, Jan. 2, at noon ET.

Here are the nominees:

Tom Brady, QB, Patriots

Brady not only led his Patriots to the top seed in the AFC, but likely won countless fantasy championships, too. Brady currently ranks third among quarterback in fantasy leagues with 283.04 points.

Arian Foster, RB, Texans

Foster was probably not the first running back selected in your draft, but he is first among all offensive players in fantasy leagues with 294.80 points. Who said the Texans only throw the ball?

Peyton Hillis, RB, Browns

Hillis was almost a forgotten piece of the trade that sent quarterback Brady Quinn to the Broncos, and was likely not taken in your fantasy draft. But he became a waiver wire darling that led countless teams to the playoffs.

Aaron Rodgers, QB, Packers

The top point scorer of 2009, Rodgers is challenging for the top spot again despite missing a week because of a concussion. Rodgers had four touchdown passes during "championship week" to make his claim for MVP.

Michael Vick, QB, Eagles

Not only was Vick likely not taken during your fantasy draft, he even started the season as the Eagles backup quarterback. Vick became a fantasy legend in Week 10 with a six-touchdown performance against the Redskins.

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