Originally Posted by El-Gonzo Jackson
I think Defensively, Timmons stood out with Clark being a close 2nd.
Offensively Ben had a good year going until the injury and is still the best player out there. Wallace was just disappointing...he had hands of Dwight Stone this year for the most part and I dont think we get a chance to extend him here.
Or it's the other way around: his poor year allows us the option of signing him long-term. But do we want him? And will he take less than Brown to stay?
Originally Posted by TheVet
After a number of blah years, it's about time that Timmons showed what he's capable of. Hopefully we'll see more of the same.
But the MVP goes to Heath, who has delivered at a high level every year.
He's had at least two great years as a starter sandwiched around a year where he had to play all four LB spots as well as occasionally safety-ish positions. He started slower than Woodley, but I'd say he's been beyond a solid contributor.