NFL Accolades

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NFL Accolades MVP- Andrew Luck: QB Indianapolis Colts: 5003 Passing Yards and 44 Touchdowns How confident am I in my choice of Andrew Luck as the NFL MVP? Well, if I had to choose between the field and Andrew Luck, I would choose Luck. On offense the Colts are loaded at receiver and running back. Luck has never played with this many skilled weapons. He has a hungry Andre Johnson, a young stud in T.Y Hilton, a deep threat in Donte Moncrief, and an extremely talented rookie in Philip Dorsett. Luck is going to have one of the best seasons for a quarterback in NFL history Offensive Player Of The Year: Adrian Peterson: RB Minnesota Vikings: 1753 Rushing Yards and 14 Rushing Touchdowns Peterson will pick up right where he left off, after missing the final 15 regular season games last year after he was placed on the…show more content…
Well, with Fowler out for the year, Williams will cruise to the defensive rookie of the year award. With the loss of Sheldon Richardson (Suspension), the Jets will need Williams to step up in a big way, and I think he will. He’s going to see a lot of one on one matchups from opposing offensive lines, something that will result in a lot of sacks and tackles for loss. Comeback Player Of The Year: Sam Bradford: QB Philadelphia Eagles: 16 Games Played, 4562 Passing Yards, 37 Touchdowns Yes, you read that correctly. I have Sam Bradford playing in all 16 games this season. To start, he’s looked tremendous this pre-season. He looks like a completely different guy than he did while he was with the Rams. Second, playing in the Chip Kelly offense is going to do wonders for Bradford. They run an abundance of plays, giving Bradford more opportunities to make plays. Third, when healthy, Bradford has shown us that he can be an elite NFL

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