Yesterday, an utter travesty occurred in the NFL, when Robert Quinn was snubbed for the Associate Press' Defensive Player of the Year award, in favor of Carolina Panthers middle linebacker, Luke Kuechly. Kuechly had a solid season, although arguably worse than his performance last season, but still garnered 19 out of 50 votes over players like Robert Mathis (i.e. the sack leader), Earl Thomas (i.e. “leader” of the No.1 overall ranked defense), Richard Sherman (i.e. interceptions/coverage rating leader), and J.J. Watt (i.e. highest overall player grade, according to Pro Football Focus)...
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