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Terrell Suggs, Jacoby Ford earn AFC player of the month honors

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Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs and Raiders return man Jacoby Ford have been honored as the AFC’s defensive and special teams players of the month.

Suggs tied for an AFC-high four sacks in November, helping the Ravens win three out of four games in the month. This is Suggs’ first player of the month award, and the first defensive player of the month award for a Ravens player since Ed Reed got the honor in December of 2008.

Ford was the only NFL player with two kickoff return touchdowns in November. In his big Week 10 game against the Chiefs he became one of only two players in NFL history to top 150 kick return yards and 140 receiving yards in one game. (The other was Gary Ballman of the Steelers in 1963.)

As we previously noted, Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel earned the offensive award,

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16 Responses to “Terrell Suggs, Jacoby Ford earn AFC player of the month honors”
  1. richm2256 says: Dec 2, 2010 2:18 PM

    Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs has been honored as the AFC’s defensive and special teams “players with a mouth” honors
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    All fixed.

  2. pittsburghsteelerz says: Dec 2, 2010 2:39 PM

    Terrell Suggs!?!?!? That’s complete B.S.

    November stats:

    Terrell Suggs: 18 tackles (17 solo); 4 sacks; 1 pass defended

    James Harrison: 26 tackles (20 solo); 4 sacks; 1 Int; 2 Forced fumbles; 1 pass defended

    Goodell is the biggest stooge ever!!

    Where’s the outrage??

    This is INSANE!

  3. japdouds says: Dec 2, 2010 2:49 PM

    “Suggs tied for an AFC-high four sacks in November”

    Any idea who he tied with????

    James Harrison. Except Harrison had 8 more tackles, forced 2 more fumbles, and had an INT.

    But NOOOO, the league has no bias against James Harrison. He can record 8 more tackles and force 3 more turnovers than Suggs, but not get this award.

    But, the league doesn’t have it in for him or anything…. Carry on!

  4. metcalfer says: Dec 2, 2010 3:59 PM

    if it wasn’t for Oakland Raiders WR/KR Jacoby Ford the Miami Dolphins would have won 33-0 instead of 33-17. Returned the opening Kickoff 101 yards for a TD, Caught a short pass and turned it into a 44 yard TD, and then caught a pass of 52 yards sitting up a FG. He’s a promising young rookie out of Clemson.

  5. steelersmichele says: Dec 2, 2010 4:03 PM

    Where are all the Ravesn fans? How come they aren’t here giving their player some props? Oh wait, they are on the Steelers blog…

  6. mrone50 says: Dec 2, 2010 4:03 PM

    Exactly, the league should reward Harrison for his dirty hits by naming him defensive player of the month. That would be great for continuity. Is there any topic in which the Steelers’ whiney ass fan base can’t fine a reason to cry foul?

  7. Davelina Jolie says: Dec 2, 2010 4:59 PM

    Suggs has done it clean. Harrison cant do it without illegal hits. When your guy cleans up his act on the field then come back.

  8. benchillada says: Dec 2, 2010 5:05 PM

    The NFL is not going to award Defensive Player of the month to a player that has repeatedly made dirty hits this season. I’m not sure why anyone would expect anything else.

    As for Suggs…..well done! You earned the award!

  9. steelersmichele says: Dec 2, 2010 5:26 PM

    mrone50–the league rewarded Harrison for his “dirty” hits in 2008 by naming him Defensive Player of the Year.

  10. raidersteve413 says: Dec 2, 2010 5:45 PM

    Jacoby ford return man?????

    so is wes welker just a return man?
    how about ed reed?

    This is just a way for PFT to di credit the raiders.
    Jacoby Ford does run back kicks and is the best and will be the best in history, but FORD is a WR!
    and he will be better than jerry rice soon.
    He is defintly the best WR rookie in history.
    He is actually the best WR in the NFL right now

  11. japdouds says: Dec 2, 2010 5:59 PM

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    mrone50 says: Dec 2, 2010 4:03 PM

    Exactly, the league should reward Harrison for his dirty hits by naming him defensive player of the month. That would be great for continuity. Is there any topic in which the Steelers’ whiney ass fan base can’t fine a reason to cry foul?
    ==========================
    Why not, James Sanders got awarded Player of the Week for hitting Hines Ward helmet to helmet.

    And what are you whining about? Harrison was only fined once in the past 4 games, and that was as chicken*hit a foul as I’ve ever seen. Face up hit to the chest, just like we’ve seen in professional football the last 75 years.

    Sorry you have a vagina.

  12. radrntn says: Dec 2, 2010 6:10 PM

    Gotta wonder if Ford actually had a qb who could throw the ball, if the qb played behind an oline that could block, how good would he really be.

    Seymour deserved the defensive player of the month, for bitch slapping big ben

  13. Move Them Chains says: Dec 2, 2010 6:21 PM

    Here we go again….WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

    When Harrison stops playing dirty and learns how to perform a proper tackle, maybe he’ll get mentioned for his accolades…

  14. raiderapologist says: Dec 2, 2010 7:23 PM

    Jacoby Ford is everything Darrius Hayward-Bey is not.

  15. raiderfankirk says: Dec 2, 2010 7:44 PM

    Omfg!!! Is there a team and fan base that cries more the steelers. Not gonna award a guy who does’nt know how to tackle/play by the rules. If the league did the award surely should go to Seymour, Harrison try to top that penalty f n cry baby. Slaaaaap!!! Ben “Dam I’d better shut my mouth”. Play of the year.

  16. Omar Comin says: Dec 3, 2010 7:12 AM

    Haha, taste it steelers trash.

    Way to go sizzle!! Get some.

    That’s what happens when you “stop doing cocaine” hahahah.

    CAN NOT WAIT FOR SUNDAY NIGHT!!

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