Found January 05, 2012 on Miami Herald:
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs and Denver Broncos kicker Matt Prater have been named the AFC's top players for the months of December and January.

Tom Brady enjoyed Jets' demise

The Patriots quarterback admitted he kept tabs on the New York Jets' miserable season from afar, that he was happy the Pats swept them but then said he's not counting them out next season.

Suggs makes his case for defensive player of the year

On Sunday night, we named Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs the defensive player of the year. On Monday night, Suggs appeared on NBC SportsTalk with Russ Thaler, Rodney Harrison, and yours truly, and Rodney asked Suggs whether he thinks he should get the official defensive player of the year award. Suggs shares his views in the…

Prater named AFC Special Teams Player of the Month

Hot News for K Matt Prater

The awards start to trickle in for Ravens

According to multiple reports, outside linebacker Terrell Suggs won the AFC Defensive Player of the Month for December.Suggs should also be a candidate for Defensive Player of the Year.In local media, Ray Rice was voted team MVP and Bernard Pollard was given the Good Guy award, according to reports. Bookmark It Hide Sites $$('div.d28450').each( function(e) { e...

Brady Wins AFC Offensive Player of the Month

Aaron Rodgers and Drew Brees may be front runners for NFL MVP honors but Tom Brady's been no slouch this season. Rodgers led his team to a 15-1 record and Brees broke Dan Marino's 27-year-old single-season passing record, but Brady was the only AFC quarterback to throw for more than 5,000 yards. He also led the Pats to a 13-3 record, including eight in a row to end the regular...

Final Thoughts On 2011

As we head towards the post-season, I want to take a step back and look at everything that happened in the NFL in the 2011 season. We saw Drew Brees and Tom Brady topple a record that few thought would ever be touched, the Indianapolis went from boom to bust with the injury of their star quarterback, and a star in Denver seemed to rise only before fizzling at the end of the season...

Josh McDaniels is next to argue at Tom Brady

According to Adam Schefter, the Patriots will bring McDaniels back as an offensive assistant coach effective immediately and make him the likely successor to O'Brien next year. The move is a lateral one for McDaniels who was the offensive coordinator for this year's St. Louis Rams. After failing to make Sam Bradford not injury-prone, he has decided Tom Brady is his fail...

It’s All About Winning Now: Patriots Will Have to Be Prepared for Any Situation

The sands are pouring in the hour glass as the timer is set on the New England Patriots season. It’s one game and you're out - one and done, while the Patriots heal up and wait to see who is their next opponent is. Bill Belichick and the Patriots are getting ready scouting all three teams they could face. Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and Denver are possible opponents and although...
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