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Player of the month awards

Posted on: December 2, 2010 10:12 pm
 
M. Cassel has been named the AFC offensive player of the month (US Presswire). Posted by Andy Benoit

Between tweets and posts like this one, we’ve mentioned most of the NFL Players of the Month awards for November. But now that the NFL has finally released an official all-encompassing announcement (which, thankfully, is easy and permissible to copy and paste), we’ll pass along all the November awards information once and for all. Here it goes:

AFC

OFFENSE: QB Matt Cassel, Kansas City Chiefs

Completed 90 of 144 passes (62.5 percent) for 1,111 passing yards with 12 touchdown passes versus one interception and a 111.2 passer rating.

DEFENSE: LB Terrell Suggs, Baltimore Ravens

Recorded 18 tackles and tied for an AFC-best with four sacks as he helped the Ravens to a 3-1 November record. 

SPECIAL TEAMS: KR-WR Jacoby Ford, Oakland  Raiders

Led the NFL with two kickoff return-touchdowns (94 yards, 101 yards) and totaled 283 receiving yards with one touchdown catch.

(Note: Not sure why the NFL included his offensive receiving stats in explaining his special teams award, but whatever.)

NFC

OFFENSE: QB Matt Ryan, ATLANTA Falcons

Completed 106 of 153 passes (69.3 percent) for 1,001 yards with seven touchdowns and no interceptions for a 102.3 passer rating during the month.

DEFENSE: DE Julius Peppers, Chicago Bears

Had 18 tackles and tied for second in the NFL with four sacks during the month as the Bears went 4-0.

SPECIAL TEAMS: K David Akers, Phildadelphia Eagles

Led the NFL with 13 field goals and 52 kicking points during the month as the Eagles went 3-1. He converted 13 of his 14 field-goal attempts and all 13 PATs. 

ROOKIES


OFFENSE: QB Sam Bradford, St. Louis Rams

Started all three games during November and completed 79 of 121 passes (65.3 percent) for 792 yards with six touchdowns and one interception for a 96.8 passer rating. 

DEFENSE: CB Joe Haden, Cleveland Browns

Recorded 15 tackles and tied for an AFC-best with three interceptions as the Browns posted a 2-2 record for the month. 

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Since: Feb 11, 2008
Posted on: December 3, 2010 7:37 pm
 

Player of the month awards

I don't think your defense should matter if it's a player of the month award for rookies...and if it did, it would be even more in McCourty's favor since his plays are even more important. Also, I don't believe he has been getting beat many times lately...correct me if I'm wrong..



Since: Jan 17, 2007
Posted on: December 3, 2010 2:18 am
 

Player of the month awards

And he is a part of one of the worst pass defenses in the league.  Yes, he has had some big plays but he has also gotten burned badly at times.



Since: Feb 11, 2008
Posted on: December 3, 2010 12:40 am
 

Player of the month awards

No love for Devin McCourty? 3 INTs and a lot of tackles in November...and he helped the Pats post a 3-1 record for the month. 


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