Sam Bradord, Ndamukong Suh Awarded Rookie Of The Year

Though the Kansas City Chiefs had some pretty good rookies playing in 2010, Sam Bradord of the St. Louis Rams and Ndamukong Suh won the offensive and defensive Rookie of the Year awards respectively. The awards are given out by a 50-person panel of Associated Press members.

The The only candidate for the Chiefs that would have had a shot at Rookie of the Year honors is Eric Berry, who made the Pro Bowl in his first season. Berry had 92 tackles, 2 sacks a forced fumble and 2 interceptions, one of which he returned for a touchdown.

Suh, however, was simply dominate. The rookie DT had 66 tackles, 10 sacks and 1 interception. He was a dominate and disruptive force all season long and is pretty deserving of this award.

It is safe to say that Suh and Berry have very bright futures and could find themselves collecting many awards in the future.

Topics: Eric Berry, Kansas City Chiefs, NFL Rookie Of The Year, Sam Bradford

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