Mahomes, Gurley at top of midseason MVP survey

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November 2, 2018 - 6:20 PM

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes looks for an open receiver while under pressure from Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris in the second quarter on Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo. John Sleezer/Kansas City Star/TNS

Everyone chases Todd Gurley on the football field, but it seems the Rams’ running back has some catching up to do.

Patrick Mahomes isn’t only putting up jaw-dropping numbers — 26 touchdown passes with six interceptions through the first eight games — but also the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback appears to be taking a big lead in the NFL most-valuable-player race.

The Los Angeles Times did an informal survey of the 2017 Associated Press voters — there are 50 of them in media, and they generally stay the same from year to year — and of the 34 respondents, 18 picked Mahomes and 10 chose Gurley.

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