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NFL Offensive Player of the Year Award

The AP NFL Offensive Player of the Year Award is given annually by the Associated Press to the offensive player of the National Football League believed to have had the most outstanding season. Multiple-award winners include Marshall Faulk and Earl Campbell, both of whom won the award three times each, as well as Jerry Rice, Barry Sanders, Tom Brady, Terrell Davis, and Drew Brees, all two-time award winners. As of the 2012 NFL season, the most recent winner is Adrian Peterson of the Minnesota Vikings.

NFL Offensive Players of the Year

Season Player Name Position NFL Team
1972 Brown, LarryLarry Brown RB Washington Redskins
1973 Simpson, O.J.O.J. Simpson RB Buffalo Bills
1974 Stabler, KenKen Stabler QB Oakland Raiders
1975 Tarkenton, FranFran Tarkenton QB Minnesota Vikings
1976 Jones, BertBert Jones QB Baltimore Colts
1977 Payton, WalterWalter Payton RB Chicago Bears
1978 Campbell, EarlEarl Campbell RB Houston Oilers
1979 Campbell, EarlEarl Campbell (2) RB Houston Oilers
1980 Campbell, EarlEarl Campbell (3) RB Houston Oilers
1981 Anderson, KenKen Anderson QB Cincinnati Bengals
1982 Fouts, DanDan Fouts QB San Diego Chargers
1983 Theismann, JoeJoe Theismann QB Washington Redskins
1984 Marino, DanDan Marino QB Miami Dolphins
1985 Allen, MarcusMarcus Allen RB Los Angeles Raiders
1986 Dickerson, EricEric Dickerson RB Los Angeles Rams
1987 Rice, JerryJerry Rice WR San Francisco 49ers
1988 Craig, RogerRoger Craig RB San Francisco 49ers
1989 Montana, JoeJoe Montana QB San Francisco 49ers
1990 Moon, WarrenWarren Moon QB Houston Oilers
1991 Thomas, ThurmanThurman Thomas RB Buffalo Bills
1992 Young, SteveSteve Young QB San Francisco 49ers
1993 Rice, JerryJerry Rice (2) WR San Francisco 49ers
1994 Sanders, BarryBarry Sanders RB Detroit Lions
1995 Favre, BrettBrett Favre QB Green Bay Packers
1996 Davis, TerrellTerrell Davis RB Denver Broncos
1997 Sanders, BarryBarry Sanders (2) RB Detroit Lions
1998 Davis, TerrellTerrell Davis (2) RB Denver Broncos
1999 Faulk, MarshallMarshall Faulk RB St. Louis Rams
2000 Faulk, MarshallMarshall Faulk (2) RB St. Louis Rams
2001 Faulk, MarshallMarshall Faulk (3) RB St. Louis Rams
2002 Holmes, PriestPriest Holmes RB Kansas City Chiefs
2003 Lewis, JamalJamal Lewis RB Baltimore Ravens
2004 Manning, PeytonPeyton Manning QB Indianapolis Colts
2005 Alexander, ShaunShaun Alexander RB Seattle Seahawks
2006 Tomlinson, LaDainianLaDainian Tomlinson RB San Diego Chargers
2007 Brady, TomTom Brady QB New England Patriots
2008 Brees, DrewDrew Brees QB New Orleans Saints
2009 Johnson, ChrisChris Johnson RB Tennessee Titans
2010 Brady, TomTom Brady (2) QB New England Patriots
2011 Brees, DrewDrew Brees (2) QB New Orleans Saints
2012 Peterson, AdrianAdrian Peterson RB Minnesota Vikings

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