RECORDS & AWARDS
MY NFL AWARDS
December 26, 2012Richmond High School
DENVER QB PEYTON MANNING, 4355 YARDS, 34 TD, 11 INT. Manning has led the Broncos to a 12-3 record, the AFC West Division Championship and a playoff spot.
NEW ENGLAND QB TOM BRADY, 4543 YARDS 32 TD, 8 INT. Another typical season for Brady. Patriots headed to the playoffs as one of the favorites in the AFC.
GREEN BAY QB AARON RODGERS, 3930 YARDS, 35 TD, 8 INT. The Packers are strong again in the NFC. Rodgers has the top QB rating in the NFL.
ATLANTA QB MATT RYAN, 4481 YARDS, 31 TD, 14 INT. The Falcons will be tough to beat at home in the playoffs. Falcons are 13-2. Ryan throws too many interceptions!
MINNESOTA RB ADRIAN PETERSEN, 1848 YARDS RUSHING, 6.0 YPC, 11 TD. An incredible season for the Vikings running back. Minnesota looking for playoff spot this week.
DETROIT WR CALVIN JOHNSON, 1892 YARDS RECEIVING, 117 REC, 16.2 YPR. Johnson has the single season yardage record and now is shooting for 2000. Too bad he plays for such a bad team.
HOUSTON DE J.J. WATT, 20.5 SACKS. Watt is truly a defensive nightmare for opposing offenses. The Colts will find out again Sunday why Watt is a MVP candidate.
My selection: Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos
OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
MINNESOTA RB ADRIAN PETERSEN
DETROIT WR CALVIN JOHNSON
My Selection: Adrian Petersen, Minnesota Vikings
DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
HOUSTON DE J.J. WATT
My Selection: Yep, J.J. Watt, Houston Texans
ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
WASHINGTON QB ROBERT GRIFFIN III, 3100 YARDS, 20 TD, 5 INT. Griffin is on the verge of leading the Redskins to a division title and the playoffs.
SEATTLE QB RUSSELL WILSON, 2868 YARDS, 25 TD, 10 INT. Wilson has been a great story for the NFL this season and the Seahawks.
INDIANAPOLIS QB ANDREW LUCK, 4183 YARDS, 21 TD, 18 INT. Luck has the single season rookie yardage record and leads the Colts into the playoffs.
My Selection: Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks. Sorry Colts fans, 18 interceptions are too many for the rookie of the year award.