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M.V.P.

Steve McNair, Titans.

No Eddie George. No Jevon Kearse. No Robaire Smith. One of the toughest players in football, Steve McNair, will once again have to carry the Titans. Despite losing three valuable teammates, the Titans still win the AFC South, finishing with an 11-5 record.

Most Passing Yards

Peyton Manning, Colts.

Although rival Steve McNair won the MVP voting, Peyton Manning has the better stats, thanks to a great supporting cast on offense and a brutal defense which will force him to throw the football often in 2004. Manning accumulates for 4,400 yards.

Most Rushing Yards

Ahman Green, Packers.

Although Brett Favre is the face of the Packers, the offense runs through Ahman Green. The Packers have a decent enough defense to allow Green's carries to be maximized. Green has the potential to rush for 1,800 yards this season, which may lead the league, due to Jamal Lewis' legal issues.

Most Receiving Yards

Torry Holt, Rams.

Randy Moss and Marvin Harrison may be more talented, but Torry Holt has a horrible defense behind him and there aren't many other options on the Rams' offense. Holt registers 1,750 yards and will once again lead the NFL in receptions, with 120.

Most Sacks

Michael Strahan, Giants.

During the past three seasons, Michael Strahan has tallied 22, 11 and 18 sacks. There's no reason to think why his production will decrease in 2004. Strahan registers 17 sacks, leading the NFL for the third time in four years.

Most Interceptions

Ed Reed, Ravens.

Not only is Ed Reed physically gifted, he also studies film with his buddy and teammate Ray Lewis every night. Barring injury, Reed will always be amongst the league leaders in interceptions. He picks off 9 passes in 2004.

Offensive Rookie of the Year

Kellen Winslow Jr., Browns.

Kellen Winslow Jr. may have the attitude of Randy Moss, but he'll put up impressive numbers during his rookie season, just as long as he gets into camp on time. Winslow gains about 850 yards through the air and scores 8 touchdowns.

Defensive Rookie of the Year

Sean Taylor, Redskins.

I expect Sean Taylor to step in and instantly become of the elite safeties in the NFL. By this time next year, Taylor will be grouped with Ed Reed and Roy Williams as the top three safeties in the NFL.

Most Improved

Josh McCown, Cardinals.

Dennis Green is a quarterbacking genius, and he recognizes Josh McCown as a potential Pro Bowl quarterback. Don't be surprised if McCown throws for over 3,500 yards.


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