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Cameron Wake is All NFL

The postseason awards are starting to filter in now and at least one Dolphins player is being recognized for a great season:

Cameron Wake.

Wake was today voted to the 2012 All NFL team by Pro Football Weekly and the Professional Football Writers of America. This is deserved as Wake had a career-high 15 sacks in 2012. I am assuming the big award, the All Pro awards by the Associated Press, will also recognize Wake in the coming weeks.

I am one of the 50 people that vote for All Pro and I voted for Wake. So we'll see. Meanwhile, the PFF/PFWA All NFL team and awards are below:

QB Peyton Manning / Broncos
RB Adrian Peterson / Vikings
RB Marshawn Lynch / Seahawks
WR Calvin Johnson / Lions
WR Brandon Marshall / Bears
TE Rob Gronkowski / Patriots
C John Sullivan / Vikings
OG Mike Iupati / 49ers
OG Marshal Yanda / Ravens
OT Duane Brown / Texans
OT Ryan Clady / Broncos
DE J.J. Watt / Texans
DE Cameron Wake / Dolphins
DT Geno Atkins / Bengals
DT Vince Wilfork / Patriots
OLB Von Miller / Broncos
OLB Aldon Smith / 49ers
MLB Patrick Willis / 49ers
CB Richard Sherman / Seahawks
CB Charles Tillman / Bears
S Earl Thomas / Seahawks
S Eric Weddle / Chargers
PK Blair Walsh / Vikings
P Andy Lee / 49ers
KR Jacoby Jones / Ravens
PR Leodis McKelvin / Bills
ST Matthew Slater / Patriots
MVP/Offensive MVP — Vikings RB Adrian Peterson
Defensive MVP— Texans DE J.J. Watt
Coach of the Year — Colts offensive coordinator/interim head coach Bruce Arians
Comeback Player of the Year — Adrian Peterson
Rookie of the Year/Offensive Rookie — Redskins QB Robert Griffin III
Defensive Rookie of the Year — Panthers LB Luke Kuechly
Most Improved Player — Cowboys WR Dez Bryant
Executive of the Year — Colts GM Ryan Grigson
Assistant Coach of the Year — Bruce Arians
Golden Toe (Best Placekicker or Punter)  — Vikings PK Blair Walsh
Pro Football Weekly/Professional Football Writers of America All-Rookie team

QB Robert Griffin III / Redskins
RB Alfred Morris / Redskins
RB Doug Martin / Buccaneers
WR T.Y. Hilton / Colts
WR Justin Blackmon / Jaguars
TE Dwayne Allen / Colts
OG Kevin Zeitler / Bengals
OG Amini Silatolu / Panthers
OT Matt Kalil / Vikings
OT Mitchell Schwartz / Browns
DL Fletcher Cox / Eagles
DL Chandler Jones / Patriots
DL Bruce Irvin / Seahawks
DL Michael Brockers / Rams
LB Bobby Wagner / Seahawks
LB Luke Kuechly / Panthers
LB Lavonte David / Buccaneers
CB Casey Hayward / Packers
CB Janoris Jenkins / Rams
S Harrison Smith / Vikings
S Mark Barron / Buccaneers
PK Blair Walsh / Vikings
P Bryan Anger / Jaguars
KR David Wilson / Giants
PR T.Y. Hilton / Colts
ST Johnson Bademosi / Browns


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Peyton Manning is ugly. Flacco, to.

At least the late game QB's are better eye candy. Kapernick's body alone--oh my!


Would you say these QB's have enough time to throw?

I hope that everyone is watching the importance of good OL play. Posted by: Orlando Dolphan | January 12, 2013 at 05:15 PM


I'm not.

Our OL is better then either teams...


Would you teach us how to watch the football game?

I hope everyone is watching the importance of tackling.

Tackling is important.

I know it's not sexy, but I hope Ireland drafts tacklers.

No one has a better OL then us when Long is healthy.

Also running is important.

I hope everyone is watching the importance of running.

It is important for one team to score more than the other team.

This is how you achieve "victory." I have observed this on television.

Tannehill is already better that Joe Flakey.

Passion is important.

Everbody watch the importance of passion.

Two 1st half passing tds, 156yds, there goes the "myth" this cold weather may effect his neck/shoulder.

I hope you guys are watching carefully and notice the importance of having Peyton Manning as your starting qb.

Henne > Tannehill


That is some incredible enlightening insight. Have you thought about going into the booth?

Hope you guys are watching carefully and notice the importance of othr than the 59yd td, Joe Flake'o has done absolutely nothing.

It is my firm conviction that "moving the football downfield" is critical to team success.

This is achieved by both RUNNING and PASSING.

If a team is able to accomplish these goals with regularity, they will eventually find the "end zone" and be awarded as "touch down" by the "referees." I have observed that a team that accomplishes this goal is awarded SIX points for their efforts!

There is also an aspect to the game that I believe is called "defense" but I need to watch more before I can make any expert analysis about it.

Flacco is playing really good. One of the most underrated QB's in the league.

Even Peyton Manning's pic 6 was more td passes than Andrew Luck had against the Ravens last week.


I agree, Flake'o has played really good for exactly 1 play. The 59yd td!


So now that Luck didn't win the SuperBowl in his rookie season, FlpperBreed is already putting him down.

The direction of a leaf blowing in the wind is more consistent than the YG Bloated Opinion Factory.

Henne > Deceased Wombat

Lincoln is PriceMaster, TheSMF and five other names that talk about load swallowing. He is only here to provoke.

Flake'o is 7-14 for 117yds 1 tds. Take away the 59yd td pass and he's 7-13 for 58yds 0 td.

Yes, Flake'o has played really great today.


So YG now will say if you take away Flaccs two TD passes he has done nothing. What a fool.

Flacco is outplaying Manning!!!!!!!

YG is a known MORON.


I appologize for my earlier degrading post about you. LOL...

PS: Tory Smith is "SMOKING" Champ Bailey! That toast is far to burnt to eat! LOL...

That td was perectlt placed against bailey. Not an easy task.

The Ireland should have drafted Tory Smith posts should begin right about now............................... LOL...

Come'on guys, where are the Ireland should have drafted Torrey Smith comments? I know you FIRELAND people have it in you. LOL...

Congrats to Cam Wake for also making 1st Team All-Pro!

Some of that 46 million in cap space should be used to give Cam Wake a raise! LOL...

flacco one of those rare qbs who gets better in playoffs

really dont have much cap space after we resign our free agents and money for draft

If you think this babble here has any more relevance than teenage girls talking about eye-shadow, you are grossly mistaken.

Posted by: Another Nobody | January 12, 2013 at 03:41 PM


Every obsessive poster here should be required to have those words taped to their computer.

Posted by: so true | January 12, 2013 at 05:06 PM


I believe this applies to you dusty bottoms.

That post applies to

and about 10 others

If you think this babble here has any more relevance than teenage girls talking about eye-shadow, you are grossly mistaken.

That post applies to
and about 10 others

Posted by: Indeed | January 12, 2013 at 07:08 PM

You forgot to add while you're talking lip gloss miss teenage girl. LOL...

This game has an eerie feel to it if your Elway in your Luxury Box, thinking 96 when top seeded Denver played a horribly sloppy game Vs. the Jags. In that one it was also the Jax D keeping it close before the O went power Football with Natrone Means running all over the place also Brunnell had some nifty scrambles of his own.

In all honesty without those 2 S.T.'s breakdowns this is a 28-14 game were Peyton and his O have been undone by mistakes. The Ravens deserve this one and the Brady-Manning Bowl the NFL wants is in jeopardy.


Lets be fair now, if taking 2tds from the Broncos, lets take away the pic 6 by Manning. So then it would be Ravens 21 Broncos 14. LOL...

Well without two perfect Flacco throws it would be 28-14 Denver.

What is the point to say without this or that when they have this or that. It all counts.


You also forget, many times when trailing, Peyton Manning's even "more dangerous".

My $ is on Peyton. The great Peyton over the meek, underachieving Flacco.

If our QB played like Peyton the fans would be calling him Checkdown Charlie.

Dierdorf is such a DUMB A S S ! That call on K.Williams is ticky tacky in a game were they've allowed far worse in the pass game. Call it what it is and that's the League mandate for the ratings bonanza Brady-Manning Bowl is.

Nothing is fair. Who cares, right or wrong, yeah man, I want to see the Peyton Brady bowl. Do you really want to see Baltimore or Houston in the SB? I don't.

Think of how much better both of theses teams would be with Ireland at the helm.

Don't wanna see Texans but Balto fine by me.

If neither team scored it would still be 0-0.


How many times have you seen S.T.'s give up that many points in a game and the team win?? Not very often my point was the Ravens D which has been up to the task never got on the field before the 1st punt return and the 2nd with them still on the bench coming out of the half. Sad when S.T.'s influences a game of this magnitude that way with sloppy lane assignments. The game has to be won on all fazes but I hate to see it turn on those S.T. plays in this kind of all out battle.

Who would have guessed Torrey Smith snoking Champ Bailey for two long tds. LOL...


Ravens are wasting too much time. A FG won't help them at this point. Now they are in 4 down territory to get a TD.

Also, who would have guessed Flacco being sacked "ZERO" times today with both DFummerville and Vonn Miller on your defense. Plus P Manning throwing a pic 6.

Strange day of football for "BOTH" teams.


Actually all of the strange events by "both teams" neutralized eachother and the better team(Broncos) still probably wins.

If neither team scored it would still be 0-0.

Dumb4Life | January 12, 2013 at 07:38 PM

Great handle tells me everything I need to know about you and your pathetically low self esteem there pal.


Actually all of the strange events by "both teams" neutralized eachother and the better team(Broncos) still probably wins.

Yesterday's Gone 4Ever! | January 12, 2013 at 07:51 PM

Probably the fairest thing anybody has posted and agreed.

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