NFL Offensive Rookie Of The Year

The National Football League's Offensive Rookie of the Year named by The Associated Press and selected each year by a nationwide panel of sportwriters and broadcasters:

2011 - Cam Newton, QB, Carolina

2010 - Sam Bradford, QB, St. Louis

2009 - Percy Harvin, Minnesota, WR-KR

2008 - Matt Ryan, Atlanta, QB

2007 - Adrian Peterson, Minnesota, RB

2006 - Vince Young, Tennessee, QB

2005 - Carnell Williams, Tampa Bay, RB

2004 - Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh, QB

2003 - Anquan Boldin, Arizona, WR

2002 - Clinton Portis, Denver, RB

2001 - Anthony Thomas, Chicago, RB

2000 - Mike Anderson, Denver, RB

1999 - Edgerrin James, Indianapolis, RB

1998 - Randy Moss, Minnesota, WR

1997 - Warrick Dunn, Tampa Bay, RB

1996 - Eddie George, Houston, RB

1995 - Curtis Martin, New England, RB

1994 - Marshall Faulk, Indianapolis, RB

1993 - Jerome Bettis, L.A. Rams, RB

1992 - Carl Pickens, Cincinnati, WR

1991 - Leonard Russell, New England, RB

1990 - Emmitt Smith, Dallas, RB

1989 - Barry Sanders, Detroit, RB

1988 - John Stephens, New England, RB

1987 - Troy Stradford, Miami, RB

1986 - Rueben Mayes, New Orleans, RB

1985 - Eddie Brown, Cincinnati, WR

1984 - Louis Lipps, Pittsburgh, WR

1983 - Eric Dickerson, L.A. Rams, RB

1982 - Marcus Allen, L.A. Raiders, RB

1981 - George Rogers, New Orleans, RB

1980 - Billy Sims, Detroit, RB

1979 - Ottis Anderson, St. Louis, RB

1978 - Earl Campbell, Houston, RB

1977 - Tony Dorsett, Dallas, RB

1976 - Sammy White, Minnesota, WR

1975 - Mike Thomas, Washington, RB

1974 - Don Woods, San Diego, RB

1973 - Chuck Foreman, Minnesota, RB

1972 - Franco Harris, Pittsburgh, RB

1971 - John Brockington, Green Bay, RB

1970 - Duane Thomas, Dallas, RB

1969 - Calvin Hill, Dallas, RB

1968 - Earl McCullouch, Detroit, WR

1967 - Mel Farr, Detroit, RB

1966 - Johnny Roland, St. Louis, RB

1965 - Gale Sayers, Chicago, RB

1964 - Charley Taylor, Washington, WR

1963 - Paul Flatley, Minnesota, WR

1962 - Ron Bull, Chicago, RB

1961 - Mike Ditka, Chicago, TE

1960 - Gail Cogdill, Detroit, WR

1959 - Nick Pietrosante, Detroit, RB

1958 - Jimmy Orr, Pittsburgh, WR

1957 - Jim Brown, Cleveland, RB