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[2015] NFLHC Awards Voting

2015 NFLHC Awards  

34 members have voted

  1. 1. Most Valuable Player

    • Brian Vardell, QB, Minnesota Vikings (67.5%, 3137 yards, 22-2)
      6
    • Brian Brown, QB, Miami Dolphins (65.0%, 3690 yards, 32-5)
      15
    • Darrell Murphy, QB, St. Louis Rams (67.6%, 3188 yards, 25-5)
      1
    • Allan Taylor, QB, Jacksonville Jaguars (68.2%, 2417 yards, 13-4, 7.44 ypc, 699 yards, 8 TD)
      6
    • Vaughan Abraham, RB, Dallas Cowboys (5.59 ypc, 1397 yards, 18 TD)
      6
    • Alvis Brumm, DE, New York Jets (30 Tackles, 13 Sacks, 1 FR, 1 Safety)
      0
    • David Wilburn, CB, Atlanta Falcons (39 Tackles, 9 Interceptions, 3 TD)
      0
  2. 2. Offensive Player of the Year

    • Christian Skaggs, QB, Carolina Panthers (4015 Yards, 27 TDs)
      8
    • Brian Brown, QB, Miami Dolphins (3690 Yards, 32 TDs)
      13
    • Darrell Murphy, QB, St. Louis Rams (3188 Yards, 25 TDs)
      0
    • Rob LeCount, QB, New England Patriots (3148 Yards, 22 TDs)
      2
    • Vaughan Abraham, RB, Dallas Cowboys (1397 Yards, 18 TDs)
      7
    • Chester Henson, RB, Minnesota Vikings (1246 Yards, 18 TDs)
      1
    • Walt Peck, WR, St. Louis Rams (1165 Yards, 13 TDs)
      3
  3. 3. Defensive Player of the Year

    • Andre Brooks, ILB, New England Patriots (97 Tackles, 3 INTs, 3 Sacks, 1 FR)
      6
    • Tyrone Jones, OLB, Baltimore Ravens (95 Tackles, 1 INT, 3 Sacks, 1 FF, 2 FR, 2 Safeties)
      6
    • Cleveland Merrill, ILB, Minnesota Vikings (87 Tackles, 2 INT, 1 FF, 1 TD)
      0
    • David Wilburn, CB, Atlanta Falcons (39 Tackles, 9 INT, 3 TDs)
      17
    • Alvis Brumm, DE, New York Jets (30 Tackles, 13 Sacks, 1 FR, 1 Safety)
      4
    • Quentin Smith, DT, Indianapolis Colts (33 Tackles, 10 Sacks, 1 FF)
      1
    • Derrick Martin, OLB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (79 Tackles, 4.5 Sacks, 1 FF, 2 Safeties)
      0
  4. 4. Head Coach of the Year

    • alwl9, Minnesota Vikings
      19
    • LamboThrone, Dallas Cowboys
      5
    • Kah32, New England Patriots
      10
  5. 5. Offensive Rookie of the Year

    • Brian Brown, QB, Miami Dolphins (116.4 Rating)
      28
    • Nick Hall, QB, Oakland Raiders (110.0 Rating)
      0
    • Rob LeCount, QB, New England Patriots (105.5 Rating)
      2
    • O.J. Carano, RB, New York Jets (5.99 YPC)
      3
    • James Otero, RB, Miami Dolphins (5.50 YPC)
      0
    • Rodney Montgomery, WR, Miami Dolphins (68 Catches for 978 Yards, 12 TDs)
      0
    • Gary Jones, TE, New England Patriots (57 Catches for 758 Yards, 10 TDs)
      1
  6. 6. Defensive Rookie of the Year

    • Tyrone Jones, OLB, Baltimore Ravens (95 Tackles, 1 INT, 3 Sacks, 1 FF, 2 FR, 2 Safeties)
      30
    • Cleveland Merrill, ILB, Minnesota Vikings (87 Tackles, 2 INT, 1 FF, 1 TD)
      0
    • Richard Wilson, ILB, Jacksonville Jaguars (81 Tackles)
      0
    • Derrick Martin, OLB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (79 Tackles, 4.5 Sacks, 1 FF, 2 TDs)
      1
    • Dave Stokley, CB, Green Bay Packers (23 Tackles, 5 INT)
      1
    • Mark Logan, DE, New England Patriots (16 Tackles, 9 Sacks, 1 FF)
      1
    • Andrew Fazande, DE, St. Louis Rams (24 Tackles, 7.5 Sacks, 1 Block)
      1
  7. 7. Comeback Player of the Year

    • Allan Taylor, QB, Jacksonville Jaguars
      22
    • Rodney Galbreath, DE, Indianapolis Colts
      9
    • Rob Blackmon, RB, Cincinnati Bengals
      3
  8. 8. Pepsi Rookie Player of the Year

    • Tyrone Jones, OLB, Baltimore Ravens
      9
    • Keyshawn Thompson, CB, Detroit Lions
      4
    • Brian Brown, QB, Miami Dolphins
      16
    • Mark Logan, DE, New England Patriots
      0
    • Derrick Martin, OLB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
      0
    • O.J. Carano, RB, New York Jets
      5
    • Rodney Montgomery, WR, Miami Dolphins
      0
  9. 9. Walter Payton Man of the Year

    • Christian Skaggs, QB, Carolina Panthers
      9
    • Brian Vardell, QB, Minnesota Vikings
      8
    • Keyshawn Thompson, CB, Detroit Lions
      13
    • Alvis Brumm, DE, New York Jets
      4


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Keyshawn still continuing his college work that he did with Rob by volunteering in soup kitchens in Detroit. He also hosts summer football camps and an after school-program for the city's disadvantaged youth. Truly a Walter Payton Man of the Year.

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Skaggs warmup track  :ph34r:

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Keyshawn still continuing his college work that he did with Rob by volunteering in soup kitchens in Detroit. He also hosts summer football camps and an after school-program for the city's disadvantaged youth. Truly a Walter Payton Man of the Year.

Plus he still got dat $wag

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Vardell is criminally underrated. But I'm not a homer...  :ph34r:

 

> Second in MVP Voting

> Criminally underrated

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Taylor has had an amazing year, but Galbreath is just such a story. To spend an entire year on the Cincinnati Bengals' roster and not only re-learn how to walk* but also come back and play at such a high level is astounding.

 

*I am assuming one loses this ability after becoming a Bengal based on current team performance

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