AP NFL Offensive Player

Updated: February 1, 2014, 7:21 PM ET
Associated Press

The NFL Offensive Players of the Year named by The Associated Press, selected by a nationwide panel of the media:

2013 -- Peyton Manning, Denver, QB

2012 -- Adrian Peterson, Minnesota, RB

2011 -- Drew Brees, New Orleans, QB

2010 -- Tom Brady, New England, QB

2009 -- Chris Johnson, Tennessee, RB

2008 -- Drew Brees, New Orleans, QB

2007 -- Tom Brady, New England, QB

2006 -- LaDainian Tomlinson, San Diego, RB

2005 -- Shaun Alexander, Seattle, RB

2004 -- Peyton Manning, Indianapolis, QB

2003 -- Jamal Lewis, Baltimore, RB

2002 -- Priest Holmes, Kansas City, RB

2001 -- Marshall Faulk, St. Louis, RB

2000 -- Marshall Faulk, St. Louis, RB

1999 -- Marshall Faulk, St. Louis, RB

1998 -- Terrell Davis, Denver, RB

1997 -- Barry Sanders, Detroit, RB

1996 -- Terrell Davis, Denver, RB

1995 -- Brett Favre, Green Bay, QB

1994 -- Barry Sanders, Detroit, RB

1993 -- Jerry Rice, San Francisco, WR

1992 -- Steve Young, San Francisco, QB

1991 -- Thurman Thomas, Buffalo, RB

1990 -- Warren Moon, Houston, QB

1989 -- Joe Montana, San Francisco, QB

1988 -- Roger Craig, San Francisco, RB

1987 -- Jerry Rice, San Francisco, WR

1986 -- Eric Dickerson, Los Angeles Rams, RB

1985 -- Marcus Allen, Los Angeles Raiders, RB

1984 -- Dan Marino, Miami, QB

1983 -- Joe Theismann, Washington, QB

1982 -- Dan Fouts, San Diego, QB

1981 -- Ken Anderson, Cincinnati, QB

1980 -- Earl Campbell, Houston, RB

1979 -- Earl Campbell, Houston, RB

1978 -- Earl Campbell, Houston, RB

1977 -- Walter Payton, Chicago, RB

1976 -- Bert Jones, Baltimore, QB

1975 -- Fran Tarkenton, Minnesota, QB

1974 -- Ken Stabler, Oakland, QB

1973 -- Chuck Foreman, Minnesota, RB


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