NFL Postseason Awards 2011

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Will keep this post clean and post my own when I have a minute, think I've explained my choices and reasons for some of them in the main thread, but this will be fun to go back to and continue to discuss when the awards are announced.

MVP:

Offensive Player of the Year:
Defensive Player of the Year:

Offensive Rookie of the Year:
Defensive Rookie of the Year:

Comeback player:

Coach of the Year:

How about a couple for fun?

Goat of the year:
Underachiever of the year:
Most devastating injury of the year: Peyton Manning (filled that one in for you)
This event marked the turning point for your team:
This event marked the turning point for your division:
Best offseason move:
Worst offseason move:

If you're still looking for more, do the MVP/other awards specific to your team where applicable and explain why.
 
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MVP: Aaron Rodgers

Offensive Rookie of the Year: Andy Dalton

Coach of the year: Marvin Lewis
 
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MVP: Aaron Rogers. Best QB on the best team.

Offensive Player of the Year: Drew Brees (Just broke Marino's long standing record)
Defensive Player of the Year: T-Sizzle

Coach of the Year: Kubiak. It's amazing what the Texans are doing with so many key pieces hurt.

Goat of the year: McNabb. The Vikings were 2 years removed from contending and not yet ready to rebuild. Even so, with or without McNabb, they're among the worst in the NFL. Stick a fork in him.
Underachiever of the year: NNamdi. The face of the Dream Team free agency class who failed to meet expectation.
Most devastating injury of the year: Peyton Manning (filled that one in for you)
This event marked the turning point for your division: The Harrison hit on McCoy. McCoy may never play another down in Cleveland.
Best offseason move: Sproles to the Saints. One of the few holes on offense last year was at the RB position. With Sproles, they are now extremely deep and explosive.
Worst offseason move: Braylon Edwards to the Niners. He's been worthless.

ROY: Cam Newton. Hands freaking down. It's amazing what he's doing as a rookie and at a position where QB's don't typically succeed to the extent that he is, as soon as he is.
 

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MVP- Aaron Rodgers

Coach- Jim Harbaugh

Offensive POTY- GRONK!!!!!! :)


More later.....
 

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MVP: Aaron Rogers. Best QB on the best team.

Offensive Player of the Year: Drew Brees (Just broke Marino's long standing record)
Defensive Player of the Year: T-Sizzle

Coach of the Year: Kubiak. It's amazing what the Texans are doing with so many key pieces hurt.

Goat of the year: McNabb. The Vikings were 2 years removed from contending and not yet ready to rebuild. Even so, with or without McNabb, they're among the worst in the NFL. Stick a fork in him.
Underachiever of the year: NNamdi. The face of the Dream Team free agency class who failed to meet expectation.
Most devastating injury of the year: Peyton Manning (filled that one in for you)
This event marked the turning point for your division: The Harrison hit on McCoy. McCoy may never play another down in Cleveland.
Best offseason move: Sproles to the Saints. One of the few holes on offense last year was at the RB position. With Sproles, they are now extremely deep and explosive.
Worst offseason move: Braylon Edwards to the Niners. He's been worthless.

ROY: Cam Newton. Hands freaking down. It's amazing what he's doing as a rookie and at a position where QB's don't typically succeed to the extent that he is, as soon as he is.
Braylon released by 49ers today
 

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MVP: Aaron Rodgers

Offensive Player of the Year: Rob Gronkowski
Defensive Player of the Year: Justin Smith

Offensive Rookie of the Year: Andy Dalton
Defensive Rookie of the Year: Von Miller & Aldon Smith

Comeback player: Matthew Stafford

Coach of the Year: Jim Harbaugh

How about a couple for fun?

Goat of the year: Bill Polian
Underachiever of the year: Indianapolis Colts
Most devastating injury of the year: Peyton Manning (filled that one in for you)
This event marked the turning point for your team: November 13th @ NYJ
This event marked the turning point for your division: Same as above
Best offseason move: Texans hiring Wade Phillips
Worst offseason move: Broncos not trading Kyle Orton before the season started
 

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PRO BOWLERS


Rosters by position

* Asterisk denotes starter
AFC
Offense
Position Player(s)

Quarterback * Tom Brady, New England
Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh
Philip Rivers, San Diego

Running back * Ray Rice, Baltimore
Maurice Jones-Drew, Jacksonville
Arian Foster, Houston

Fullback * Vonta Leach, Baltimore

Wide receiver * Wes Welker, New England
* Mike Wallace, Pittsburgh
A.J. Green, Cincinnati
Brandon Marshall, Miami

Tight end * Rob Gronkowski, New England
Antonio Gates, San Diego

Tackle * Joe Thomas, Cleveland
* Jake Long, Miami
D'Brickashaw Ferguson, N.Y. Jets

Guard
* Logan Mankins, New England
* Brian Waters, New England
Marshal Yanda, Baltimore

Center * Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh
Nick Mangold, N.Y. Jets

Defense
Position Player(s)

Defensive end * Dwight Freeney, Indianapolis
* Andre Carter, New England
Elvis Dumervil, Denver

Interior linemen * Haloti Ngata, Baltimore
* Vince Wilfork, New England
Richard Seymour, Oakland

Outside linebacker
* Terrell Suggs, Baltimore
* Von Miller, Denver
Tamba Hali, Kansas City

Inside/midde linebacker
* Ray Lewis, Baltimore
Derrick Johnson, Kansas City

Cornerback * Darrelle Revis, N.Y. Jets
* Champ Bailey, Denver
Johnathan Joseph, Houston

Free safety * Ed Reed, Baltimore
Eric Weddle, San Diego

Strong safety * Troy Polamalu, Pittsburgh

Special teams

Position Player(s)

Punter
Shane Lechler, Oakland
Placekicker Sebastian Janikowski, Oakland
Kick returner
Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh
Special teamer Matthew Slater, New England

NFC
Offense
Position Player(s)

Quarterback * Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay
Drew Brees, New Orleans
Eli Manning, N.Y. Giants

Running back * LeSean McCoy, Philadelphia
Matt Forte, Chicago
Frank Gore, San Francisco

Fullback * John Kuhn, Green Bay

Wide receiver * Calvin Johnson, Detroit
* Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona
Steve Smith, Carolina
Greg Jennings, Green Bay

Tight end * Jimmy Graham, New Orleans
Tony Gonzalez, Atlanta

Tackle * Jason Peters, Philadelphia
* Joe Staley, San Francisco
Jermon Bushrod, New Orleans

Guard * Jahri Evans, New Orleans
* Carl Nicks, New Orleans
Davin Joseph, Tampa Bay

Center * Ryan Kalil, Carolina
Scott Wells, Green Bay

Defense
Position Player(s)
Defensive end * Jared Allen, Minnesota
* Jason Babin, Philadelphia
Jason Pierre-Paul, N.Y. Giants

Interior linemen * Justin Smith, San Francisco
* Jay Ratliff, Dallas
B.J. Raji, Green Bay

Outside linebacker * DeMarcus Ware, Dallas
* Clay Matthews, Green Bay
Lance Briggs, Chicago

Inside/midde linebacker * Patrick Willis, San Francisco
Brian Urlacher, Chicago

Cornerback * Charles Woodson, Green Bay
* Carlos Rogers, San Francisco
Charles Tillman, Chicago

Free safety * Earl Thomas, Seattle
Dashon Goldson, San Francisco

Strong safety * Adrian Wilson, Arizona

Special teams

Position Player(s)

Punter Andy Lee, San Francisco
Placekicker David Akers, San Francisco
Kick returner Patrick Peterson, Arizona
Special teamer Corey Graham, Chicago
 
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Pro Bowl rosters are such a joke now, almost completely irrelevant until the end of the playoffs and you know which teams and players to remove from it due to injury/making it to the Super Bowl.
 

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meStevo said:
Pro Bowl rosters are such a joke now, almost completely irrelevant until the end of the playoffs and you know which teams and players to remove from it due to injury/making it to the Super Bowl.
Without getting off topic, this is the crux of the NFL "all star" game ... unlike any other sport, there's no perfect time for this game.
 

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It's a joke that Rivers was the AFC's third QB over Tebow. I'm not a Tebow worshipper, but he had a much better season than Rivers.
 

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5 Bears players make the Pro Bowl and only 1 Lion ?

5 Bears and Hester isn't one of them no less.

Lions Johnson, Stafford, Avrill should have made it for sure.
 

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5 Bears players make the Pro Bowl and only 1 Lion ?

5 Bears and Hester isn't one of them no less.

Lions Johnson, Stafford, Avrill should have made it for sure.
Stafford / Suh / Delmas are reportedly alternates. Seen other say Avril was snubbed, but at a glance his stats are pretty weak vs those who were selected.
 

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