NFL Honors 2015 Winners: Voting Results, Comments and Twitter Reaction

February 1, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

After a Week 3 loss in which his Packers offense was thoroughly picked apart for the second time in three games, Aaron Rodgers had a simple message to high-strung fans: relax. Eleven wins in 13 games, a division championship and a couple of heroic late-season performances on one leg later, Rodgers is your NFL MVP.
The Green Bay star was given the league's top award at the NFL Honors ceremony Saturday, which broadcast on NBC. He beat out Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt and Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo on a night that featured a number of high-profile presenters and the announcement of the 2015 Hall of Fame class.
Former All-Pro linebacker Junior Seau and guard Will Shields led a class of inductees that featured a number of players finally getting in after an extended wait. Former Steelers running back Jerome Bettis, Raiders wideout Tim Brown and Pro Bowl defensive end Charles Haley rounded out the modern-day candidates. Mick Tingelhoff, a longtime Viki...

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