Friday, February 12, 2016

Another honor for Vick's comeback

Eagles quarterback Michael Vick picked up another Comeback Player of the Year award, this one from the Pro Football Weekly and the Professional Football Writers of America.

Another honor for Vick's comeback

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Eagles quarterback Michael Vick picked up another Comeback Player of the Year award, this one from the Pro Football Weekly and the Professional Football Writers of America.

Vick previously was honored by The Sporting News in a vote of players, coaches and executives.

Asked to choose his best game of the season, Vick selected the playoff game against the Packers, despite three sacks, an interception on the final throw and a season-ending loss.

"Honestly, it might sound crazy, but (the Packers game) I just felt so much confidence," Vick told PFW. "I was just so in tune with everything: the protection, the blitz, where it was coming from, all my progressions, where everybody was supposed to be lined up.

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"I was just so in tune with the game and that's why I am still hurting. I just feel like everything was supposed to go our way."

Eagles cornerback Asante Samuel was named to the all-NFL team. He also was voted to the all-pro team by The Sporting News.

New England quarterback Tom Brady was named the MVP and coach Bill Belichick was named coach of the year. Kansas City general manager Scott Pioli was named executive of the year.

Here is the complete all-NFL team:

Offense

QB Tom Brady, Patriots

RB Arian Foster, Texans

RB Jamaal Charles, Chiefs

WR Roddy White, Falcons

WR Reggie Wayne, Colts

TE Jason Witten, Cowboys

C Nick Mangold, Jets

OG Jahri Evans, Saints

OG Chris Snee, Giants

OT Joe Thomas, Browns

OT Jake Long, Dolphins

Defense

DE Julius Peppers, Bears

DE Justin Tuck, Giants

DT Haloti Ngata, Ravens

DT Ndamukong Suh, Lions

OLB Clay Matthews, Packers

OLB James Harrison, Steelers

MLB Jerod Mayo, Patriots

CB Asante Samuel, Eagles

CB Darrelle Revis, Jets

S Troy Polamalu, Steelers

S Ed Reed, Ravens

Specialists

PK Billy Cundiff, Ravens

P Shane Lechler, Raiders

PR Devin Hester, Bears

KR Leon Washington, Seahawks

ST Eric Weems, Falcons


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