Matt Shervington's All-Pro Bids And End Of The Year Awards

« Prev
1 of 29
Next »
Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse the slideshow
Matt Shervington's All-Pro Bids And End Of The Year Awards

Ah the All-Pro team; Something that, at one point, was the purest thing about the National Football League. A list – or several in the past – that was meant to show merit for players who, might not be the best at a respective position but played like it for that respective season. Sadly this isn’t always the case for the less flashy positions. The only people who's bids officially count nowadays, the Associated press, don't always get it right in their case.

Unfortunately, though, they miss on the less flashy position. So for the past three years I’ve decided to create a list of the players whom I feel deserve a bid to be recognized for tremendous play for that particular season, not because they’re famous or got national exposure, but because they deserve it.

Now before you read my listings allow me to explain something. When a player is listed, on offense, as a (Right) Guard, (Right) Tackle, or (Split End) Wide Receiver they are, in reality, the second player for that respective postion. So the first team (Right) Guard had a better season than the second team (Left) Guard, and the first team (Split End) Wide Receiver had a better season than the second team (Flanker) Wide Receiver. Defensively it’s the same for cornerbacks, but the guy who is listed on the (Right) side had the superior season for the linemen and linebackers.

It is doubtful that somebody will have an out-of-this-world performance on Week 17 and therefore I don’t see anything changing due to that last season. With that said onto the players I feel deserve some sort of recognition for their performances this season.

Begin Slideshow »

Follow B/R on Facebook


Subscribe Now

By signing up for our newsletter, you agree to our Terms and Privacy Policy.

Thanks for signing up.