Torrey Smith doesn't get an MVP vote, but if he did, we know where it would go.
He thinks the honor belongs to Carson Wentz.
In the Eagles' locker room on Thursday, Smith volunteered his opinion that Wentz should be the 2017 NFL MVP, despite Wentz's missing the final three games of the season after with a torn ACL.
"Absolutely," Smith said. "And I'm biased too. I'll tell you that, I am biased. I think he still should be, even with the missed games. I mean, what he meant to this team, what he was actually able to do and he missed two games.
"It's pretty crazy. Because he probably wouldn't have played the last game if he was there. He missed two games. Still was right up at the top of everything else. I think it says a lot about him."
Smith actually brings up a good point. Had Wentz not been injured, he very likely wouldn't have played in the regular-season finale anyway, which means his ACL injury forced him to miss only two games in the regular season instead of three.
Wentz finished his season with 3,296 passing yards and 33 touchdown passes. Only Russell Wilson threw more touchdown passes (34) and it took him all 16 games. Wentz is just 19th in passing yards but fourth in passer rating (101.9) behind just Alex Smith (104.7), Drew Brees (103.9) and Tom Brady (102.8).
It seems like Wentz's biggest competition for the MVP might be two-time winner Brady, who had another stellar season.
So why would Smith take Wentz over Brady?
"Tom Brady's the G.O.A.T. though. He is the G.O.A.T.," Smith said. "But Carson was able to make plays athletically that Tom can't physically do, even though he's the greatest quarterback ever. Carson plays the game differently and what he's meant to us on third down, when he's scrambling, the crazy plays he's made. It's not like he's Vick or anything, but the way he makes those plays, it was huge for us.
"At times we were struggling and those plays turn into opening the gates. He's made some amazing plays all year. I don't know, put their highlight tapes together and see what you think."
The Eagles haven't had an MVP since Norm Van Brocklin won it back in 1960, so it's been a pretty long wait.
This year's MVP award will be announced Feb. 3, the day before the Super Bowl.
Unfortunately, although Smith thinks Wentz deserves the award, he doesn't think he's going to get it.
"No. Because he missed a couple games," Smith said, "but I think he's the MVP."