NFL Props & Flops Week 17
The last week of the NFL season brings in the last edition of Props & Flops for Week 17.
It has been a fast, fun, and very entertaining NFL season full of great performances, and utter disappointments. So without further ado, this will be the last Props & Flops for the NFL season.
3. Tom Brady- Brady went 335 passes to close out the regular season without throwing a single interception, which is a new NFL record. He has not thrown an interception since October 17th. By the time New England plays, that will be nearly three months. There is no question on who should be the MVP of this league
2. Arian Foster- Foster was one of the biggest success stories from 2010, coming out of nowhere and winning the starting rushing job in the preseason for the Houston Texans and going on to win the 2010 rushing title over Chris Johnson. He became the definite answer to the Texans rushing issues. Now if Houston can get a type like him on the defensive side of the ball.
1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Yes the Bucs did not make the playoffs, but they completed one of the best turnarounds in recent memory. After a 3-13 2009 season, and coach Raheem Morris' job security was on the line, they went 10-6 in 2010 and falling short of the postseason. Since the 0-7 start in 2009, and since Josh Freeman took over as starting quarterback, the Buccaneers are 13-12.
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3. Kansas City Chiefs- The Chiefs looked like the Chiefs of the past few seasons on Sunday against the Oakland Raiders. This is not good for a young team that has been very great all year long. After getting steamrolled by the Raiders at home, Kansas City will have to find a way to regain momentum going into their Wild Card game against the Baltimore Ravens.