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AP unanimously names Tom Brady NFL Most Valuable Player

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Posted by Dennis Velasco
Categories: Athletes, Kudos, News, NFL,

New England Patriots QB Tom Brady was the first ever unanimous choice for AP NFL MVP. He last won the MVP award in 2007, that time receiving 49 of the 50 votes with one voter voting for Brett Favre. It was a no-brainer that Brady would win the award after putting up 3900 passing yards, throwing 36 touchdowns versus a minisclue four interceptions, and a stellar 111.0 QB Rating. He led the Patriots to a …

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Ndamukong Suh named AP Defensive Rookie of the Year

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Posted by Dennis Velasco
Categories: Athletes, Kudos, News, NFL,

Detroit Lions defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh was named AP's Defensive Rookie of the Year after a season of 66 tackles and a position-leading 10 sacks. Suh received 48 of the 50 votes and was the first defensive lineman to win the award since Julius Peppers in 2002. Suh was also named an All-Pro and helped the Lions to a 6-10 season where they showed hope for the once pathetic franchise. With Suh anchoring the defense …

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Sam Bradford named AP Offensive Rookie of the Year

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Posted by Dennis Velasco
Categories: Athletes, Kudos, News, NFL,

St. Louis Rams QB Sam Bradford was named the AP Offensive Rookie of the Year, which was very much warranted as his getting 44 of the 50 votes can attest to. Bradford took a 1-15 Rams team to the point of the playoffs in the 2010 season, and improving the team to a 7-9 record. He finished his season with 3512 passing yards, hitting on 60% of his passes, and throwing for 18 touchdowns versus …

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Bill Belichick wins AP Coach of the Year Award

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Posted by Dennis Velasco
Categories: News, NFL,

New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick won the AP Coach of the Year award for guiding his team to a league-best 14-2 record during the 2010 NFL season. However much success was had in the regular season, the Patriots failed to advance in the postseason, losing their first playoff game at home to the New York Jets. Regardless, Belichick is considered the standard for NFL head coaches and for valid reasons. This is the …

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Troy Polamalu named AP Defensive Player of the Year

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Posted by Dennis Velasco
Categories: Athletes, Kudos, News, NFL,

Pittsburgh Steelers defensive back Troy Polamalu was named AP's Defensive Player of the Year, Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews came in a very close second, losing to Polamalu by two votes. Both players are game-changers and helped lead the top two defenses in the NFL to this year's Super Bowl. However, Polamalu is probably more of a versatile defender, able to sack the quarterback and come up with a big-time interception or hit. Also, …

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Tom Brady named AP Offensive Player of the Year

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Posted by Dennis Velasco
Categories: Athletes, Kudos, News, NFL,

New England Patriots QB Tom Brady was named AP's Offensive Player of the Year and there isn't much of an argument against it. Brady finished the season with 3,900 passing yards, completing 65.9% of this passes, throwing for 36 touchdowns with only four interceptions, and a 111.0 QB Rating. His touchdown-to-interception ratio of 9.0 is an NFL record. At one point, he threw 355 passes without an INT, which is an amazing feat. Philadelphia Eagles …

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Jeff Fisher out as Tennessee Titans head coach

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Posted by Dennis Velasco
Categories: Front Office, News, NFL,

Jeff Fisher is now the former head coach of the Tennessee Titans after both parties agreed to part ways. Fisher just completed his 16th season as head coach for the Titans and many thought that he would coach his 17th after a previous conflict with quarterback Vince Young ended up with owner Bud Adams ageeing to release or trade Young. Young is still with the team, but plans are to still to release or trade …

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The EndScore Report: AFC Conference Championship Recap

DV and Chris really go hard into why the New York Jets lost, but you can't take anything away from the PIttsburgh Steelers who have a chance to win their third Super Bowl in six years. Download the MP3 to hear our thoughts! Also check out our NFC Conference Championship Recap!...

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The EndScore Report: NFC Conference Championship Recap

DV and Chris go deep into whether or not Jay Cutler was a punk and abandoned his team, the Chicago Bears during an important game against long-time rivals, the Green Bay Packers. It's for the Super Bowl, Cutler! Download the MP3 to hear our thoughts! Also check out our AFC Conference Championship Recap...

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Pittsburgh Steelers defeat the New York Jets in the AFC Conference championship game

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Posted by Dennis Velasco
Categories: Championship, News, NFL, Playoffs,

The Pittsburgh Steelers put up 24 quick points, heading into halftime versus the New York Jets with a 24-3 lead. However, the Steelers didn't score one point in the second-half, but the Jets only scored 16 more points, leaving the Steelers with a 24-19 AFC Conference championship victory, earning the right to play for yet another Super Bowl ring. Currently, the Steelers have the most NFL titles in history with six and could add another …

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