Nope, that's not the point. When your team is performing so good as a whole (prime Astralis), you only have to be the best in your team to win the MVPs, since MVPs are almost always from the winning team, and since these MVPs are used in rankings, it kinda messes it up because of just this.
Even if there's a 2 times more talented, more impactful, higher-rated player, simply because he wasn't in a great team, he couldn't win the tournament, and hence has a very low chance for MVP. Only real hard-carries to the finals have an MVP chance, even after losing. So yes, most of device's MVPs, especially the ones in 2018 and 2019 (which are almost all of his MVPs) are arguably because of entire Astralis being so good, rather than himself being a God, and of course, there's nothing wrong with that, per se.