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gyldenlove
01-14-2010, 09:08 AM
We have 2 all-pro 1st teamers this year in Dumervil at OLB with Ware and Clady with Joe Thomas at OT.

Go Ryan and Elvis. Hopefully the first of many for Elvis. 2nd year Clady makes the All-pro team he was a 2nd teamer last year.

Bronco Rob
01-14-2010, 09:12 AM
Nice....


WTG D00M & BG!



:thumbsup:

gyldenlove
01-14-2010, 09:17 AM
Dawkins was named 2nd team All-pro.

bpc
01-14-2010, 10:43 AM
Wow, those are incredible honors. Congrats to Clady and Doom. Personally, I thought Clady struggled this year, more than last, but this is a great award for him none the less. Hopefully it boosts his confidence even higher than it already was.

Hercules Rockefeller
01-14-2010, 11:11 AM
WR- 8 WRs received votes, Marshall and Vincent Jackson were both last with 2 votes
OT- Clady was 1st with 30 votes, Thomas had 18, Roos and Long both had 12
OLB- Dumervil had 46 votes (out of 50 possible)
S- Sharper had 46, Adrian Wilson 29, Dawkins had 10, and Reed was next with 4

No one else received votes.

SureShot
01-14-2010, 11:13 AM
I'm not surprised Clady is the best tackle in the business.

gyldenlove
01-14-2010, 11:25 AM
Wow, those are incredible honors. Congrats to Clady and Doom. Personally, I thought Clady struggled this year, more than last, but this is a great award for him none the less. Hopefully it boosts his confidence even higher than it already was.

Clady did struggle a bit this year, but he is still a formidable force on that LT position.

Rulon Velvet Jones
01-14-2010, 11:32 AM
Bob's late. Where's the gif of Hali pushing past Clady?

HEAV
01-14-2010, 12:36 PM
The postseason individual honors continue to pile up for the Broncos.

Outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil and left tackle Ryan Clady on Thursday were named to the Associated Press All-Pro first team, marking the fifth time in the past 20 years that the Broncos have had multiple make the exclusive team. Both players made the All Pro team for the first time.

Safety Brian Dawkins was a second-team All Pro.

Dumervil led the NFL with 17 sacks, including 11 sacks on third down. Clady, who made the team in only his second year in the NFL, has been regarded as one of the league's premiere left tackles since early in his rookie season.

"I think I'm really thankful and honored to be recognized as one of the best at my
position," Dumervil said Thursday. "I'm blessed. It shows that hard work pays off."

The Broncos were one of seven teams with multiple players on the first team, along with Minnesota (RB Adrian Peterson, G Steve Hutchinson, DE Jared Allen and DT Kevin Williams), Indianapolis (QB Peyton Manning, TE Dallas Clark, DE Dwight Freeney), New Orleans (G Jahri Evans, S Darren Sharper), Dallas (DT Jay Ratliff, DE DeMarcus Ware) New York Jets (CB Darrelle Revis, C Nick Mangold), and Cleveland (T Joe Thomas, KR Josh Cribbs).

Tennessee running back Chris Johnson, who rushed for more than 2,000 yards this season, was the only unanimous selection on either offense or defense.

The All Pro team is selected by a panel of 50 media members, and does not designate separate teams for the AFC and NFC.

Denver cornerback Champ Bailey, voted to his ninth Pro Bowl this season, was left off the first- and second-teams despite not allowing a touchdown this season — while often shadowing the opponent's top receiver.



Read more: http://www.denverpost.com/broncos/ci_14190769#ixzz0ccK4Vjdg

Bronco LB52
01-14-2010, 12:49 PM
Denver cornerback Champ Bailey, voted to his ninth Pro Bowl this season, was left off the first- and second-teams despite not allowing a touchdown this season while often shadowing the opponent's top receiver.

Is it me or do great players in their 30s have to fight a stigma that they are over the hill even though there has been little dropoff in their play?

When Champ was selected to the Pro Bowl this year, I read posts from other fans that remarked it was an undeserving honor and that Bengals CBs Jonathan Joseph and Leon Hall were more deserving. A Raider fan at work told me that Champ's selection was phony. The term "old" is used more frequently these days when Champ is mentioned among his place of great cornerbacks.

Bailey had a hell of a year this season! He certainly wasn't on Revis' or Woodson's level, but he is still a Pro Bowl caliber cornerback in the very least.

Bronco LB52
01-14-2010, 12:56 PM
BREAKDOWN OF THE VOTING

Peyton Manning, Indianapolis, 36; Drew Brees, New Orleans, 12; Philip Rivers, San Diego, 1.

Chris Johnson, Tennessee, 50; Adrian Peterson, Minnesota, 17; Ray Rice, Baltimore, 12; Steven Jackson, St. Louis, 9; Maurice Jones-Drew, Jacksonville, 6; Thomas Jones, NY Jets, 3; DeAngelo Williams, Carolina, 1.

Leonard Weaver, Philadelphia, 24; Le'Ron McClain, Baltimore, 14; Lousaka Polite, Miami, 9; Lawrence Vickers, Cleveland, 1; Tony Richardson, NY Jets, 1.

Dallas Clark, Indianapolis, 25; Antonio Gates, San Diego, 10; Vernon Davis, San Francisco, 9; Jason Witten, Dallas, 4; Heath Miller, Pittsburgh, 1.


Andre Johnson, Houston, 44; Wes Welker, New England, 20; Reggie Wayne, Indianapolis, 12; Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona, 8; DeSean Jackson, Philadelphia, 6; Miles Austin, Dallas, 6; Vincent Jackson, San Diego, 2; Brandon Marshall, Denver, 2.


Ryan Clady, Denver, 30; Joe Thomas, Cleveland, 18; Michael Roos, Tennessee, 12; Jake Long, Miami, 12; Jason Peters, Philadelphia, 5; Jon Stinchcomb, New Orleans, 5; Bryant McKinnie, Minnesota, 4; Michael Oher, Baltimore, 4; David Stewart, Tennessee, 3; Vernon Carey, Miami, 2; Andrew Whitworth, Cincinnati, 2; D'Brickashaw Ferguson, NY Jets, 2; Marcus McNeill, San Diego, 1; Willie Colon, Pittsburgh, 1.

Steve Hutchinson, Minnesota, 31; Jahri Evans, New Orleans, 28; Logan Mankins, New England, 12; Kris Dielman, San Diego, 9; Alan Faneca, NY Jets, 7; Chris Snee, NY Giants, 5; Leonard Davis, Dallas, 4; Carl Nicks, New Orleans, 3. Brandon Moore, NY Jets, 1.


Nick Mangold, NY Jets, 31; Andre Gurode, Dallas, 9; Jeff Saturday, Indianapolis, 8; Shaun O'Hara, NY Giants, 2.


Nate Kaeding, San Diego, 27; David Akers, Philadelphia, 11; Sebastian Janikowski, Oakland, 8; Rob Bironas, Tennessee, 1; Stephen Gostkowski, New England, 1; Jeff Reed, Pittsburgh, 1; Olindo Mare, Seattle, 1.


Joshua Cribbs, Cleveland, 45; DeSean Jackson, Philadelphia, 3; Percy Harvin, Minnesota, 1.

___

Jared Allen, Minnesota, 45; Dwight Freeney, Indianapolis, 36; Trent Cole, Philadelphia, 9; Julius Peppers, Carolina, 6; Robert Mathis, Indianapolis, 1; Andre Carter, Washington, 1; Randy Starks, Miami, 1; Will Smith, New Orleans, 1.


Jay Ratliff, Dallas, 29; Kevin Williams, Minnesota, 24; Darnell Dockett, Arizona, 23; Haloti Ngata, Baltimore, 14; Vince Wilfork, New England, 6; Pat Williams, Minnesota, 1; Casey Hampton, Pittsburgh, 1; Tony Brown, Tennessee, 1; Cullen Jenkins, Green Bay, 1.


Elvis Dumervil, Denver, 46; DaMarcus Ware, Dallas, 37; Brian Cushing, Houston, 5; LaMarr Woodley, Pittsburgh, 4; James Harrison, Pittsburgh, 3; Lance Briggs, Chicago, 3; Anthony Spencer, Dallas, 1; Shaun Phillips, San Diego, 1.


Patrick Willis, San Francisco, 49; Ray Lewis, Baltimore, 13; David Harris, NY Jets, 10; Jon Beason, Carolina, 9; Jonathan Vilma, New Orleans, 7; DeMeco Ryans, Houston, 4; London Fletcher, Washington, 2; Curtis Lofton, Atlanta, 2; D.J. Williams, Denver, 1; Jerod Mayo, New England, 1; Gary Brackett, Indianapolis, 1.


Charles Woodson, Green Bay, 48; Darelle Revis, NY Jets, 48; Nnamdi Asomugha, Oakland, 2; Leon Hall, Cincinnati, 1; Asante Samuel, Philadelphia, 1.

Darren Sharper, New Orleans, 46; Adrian Wilson, Arizona, 29; Brian Dawkins, Denver 10; Ed Reed, Baltimore, 4; Nick Collins, Green Bay, 4; Jairus Byrd, Buffalo, 3; Bernard Pollard, Houston, 1; Antoine Bethea, Indianapolis, 1; Brandon Meriweather, New England, 1; Tyvon Branch, Oakland, 1.

Shane Lechler, Oakland, 48; Donnie Jones, Rams, 1; Andy Lee, San Francisco, 1.

Conklin
01-14-2010, 01:23 PM
not a single vote for hillis? what an outrage!

bpc
01-14-2010, 02:29 PM
Clady did struggle a bit this year, but he is still a formidable force on that LT position.

I've been a big fan of his. I just wish he had more explosion at the point of attack on running plays and played with a little bit more of a meanstreak.

Not bad for his 2nd year as a pro though.

DBroncos4life
01-14-2010, 02:39 PM
Is it me or do great players in their 30s have to fight a stigma that they are over the hill even though there has been little dropoff in their play?

When Champ was selected to the Pro Bowl this year, I read posts from other fans that remarked it was an undeserving honor and that Bengals CBs Jonathan Joseph and Leon Hall were more deserving. A Raider fan at work told me that Champ's selection was phony. The term "old" is used more frequently these days when Champ is mentioned among his place of great cornerbacks.

Bailey had a hell of a year this season! He certainly wasn't on Revis' or Woodson's level, but he is still a Pro Bowl caliber cornerback in the very least.
Look how well Woodson is playing at the age of 33. I see no reason to believe Champ won't play well at the age of 33 either.

Inkana7
01-14-2010, 02:41 PM
WR- 8 WRs received votes, Marshall and Vincent Jackson were both last with 2 votes
OT- Clady was 1st with 30 votes, Thomas had 18, Roos and Long both had 12
OLB- Dumervil had 46 votes (out of 50 possible)
S- Sharper had 46, Adrian Wilson 29, Dawkins had 10, and Reed was next with 4

No one else received votes.

According to the breakdown below, D.J. got a vote.

HILife
01-14-2010, 03:14 PM
The postseason individual honors continue to pile up for the Broncos.

Outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil and left tackle Ryan Clady on Thursday were named to the Associated Press All-Pro first team, marking the fifth time in the past 20 years that the Broncos have had multiple make the exclusive team. Both players made the All Pro team for the first time.

Safety Brian Dawkins was a second-team All Pro.

Dumervil led the NFL with 17 sacks, including 11 sacks on third down. Clady, who made the team in only his second year in the NFL, has been regarded as one of the league's premiere left tackles since early in his rookie season.

"I think I'm really thankful and honored to be recognized as one of the best at my
position," Dumervil said Thursday. "I'm blessed. It shows that hard work pays off."

The Broncos were one of seven teams with multiple players on the first team, along with Minnesota (RB Adrian Peterson, G Steve Hutchinson, DE Jared Allen and DT Kevin Williams), Indianapolis (QB Peyton Manning, TE Dallas Clark, DE Dwight Freeney), New Orleans (G Jahri Evans, S Darren Sharper), Dallas (DT Jay Ratliff, DE DeMarcus Ware) New York Jets (CB Darrelle Revis, C Nick Mangold), and Cleveland (T Joe Thomas, KR Josh Cribbs).

Tennessee running back Chris Johnson, who rushed for more than 2,000 yards this season, was the only unanimous selection on either offense or defense.

The All Pro team is selected by a panel of 50 media members, and does not designate separate teams for the AFC and NFC.

Denver cornerback Champ Bailey, voted to his ninth Pro Bowl this season, was left off the first- and second-teams despite not allowing a touchdown this season while often shadowing the opponent's top receiver.



Read more: http://www.denverpost.com/broncos/ci_14190769#ixzz0ccK4Vjdg

Pretty sure Clady was 2nd team all pro as a rookie.

gyldenlove
01-14-2010, 03:18 PM
Pretty sure Clady was 2nd team all pro as a rookie.

He was.

TheChamp24
01-14-2010, 03:27 PM
Wes Welker 1st team All Pro? WTF

rastaman
01-14-2010, 03:47 PM
not a single vote for hillis? what an outrage!

I know right! I was kinda hoping McD would have gotten more consideration for Coach of the year as well. Oh well maybe next year.:thumbsup: