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Robert Griffin III's amazing debut and C.J. Spiller's strong effort in a loss earned the duo top honors.
Eli Manning and Reggie Bush each put up huge numbers to lead their respective teams to first win of season.
Joe Flacco and Jamaal Charles had huge games for pivotal wins in Week 3.
Teammates Tom Brady and Brandon Bolden swept the honors after a rout in Buffalo.
Alex Smith and Ahmad Bradshaw were the top vote-getters after posting big numbers in lopsided wins.
Huge statistical days earned Aaron Rodgers and Shonn Greene this week's honors.
Drew Brees and Chris Johnson led their respective teams to wins in high-scoring games.
Tom Brady and Doug Martin each anchored big wins for their respective teams.
Two rookies -- Andrew Luck and Doug Martin -- outperformed their veteran peers to earn top honors.
Flacco excelled in a rout, while Peterson's touchdown sealed a divisional win for the Vikings.
Matt Schaub and Doug Martin each helped their teams earn overtime victories.
Impressive Thanksgiving Day efforts earned Robert Griffin III and Arian Foster top honors.
Russell Wilson guided the Seahawks to an OT win; Adrian Peterson went over 200 yards vs. the Pack.
Tom Brady led a rout of the Texans; Adrian Peterson's remarkable comeback season continues.
Matt Ryan guided a Falcons rout of the Giants; Knowshon Moreno helped the Broncos roll vs. the Ravens.
Aaron Rodgers led a rousing rout of the Titans; Jamaal Charles posted huge numbers in a Chiefs loss.
Peyton Manning helped the Broncos earn the AFC's top seed; Alfred Morris carried the Redskins into the postseason.
Rodgers Charles voted FedEx Air Ground Players of the Year
DALLAS -- FedEx and the NFL announced Wednesday the winners of the eighth annual FedEx Air & Ground NFL Players of the Year awards at a press conference in North Texas, site of Super Bowl XLV.
Rodgers, unable to attend Wednesday's press conference due to his preparation for Super Bowl XLV, prepared a video to accept the honor.
"I'm truly honored to accept this award from FedEx as the NFL Air player of the year," Rodgers said. "I want to thank FedEx for their generous donation to Green Bay to help improve our communities. I'd like to thank my teammates and coaches and, most importantly, the fans that voted for me."
"Obviously I'm very biased, but I've had the pleasure of getting to know (Rodgers). He's a superb gentleman," Starr said. "Aaron is a stand up guy, in my opinion. I know he means business on the field, you can see it. You can sense it, feel it. I really enjoy watching him because of that."
"I'd like to thank the fans for voting for me and I'd like to thank FedEx," Charles said. "Without my teammates and offensive line I wouldn't be able to do this."
In honor of the winners' outstanding play, FedEx is donating $25,000 to the Safe Kids USA coalitions in Green Bay and Kansas City, the local organizations in each player's market.
As part of the program during the season, FedEx supported local Safe Kids coalitions by making weekly $2,000 donations in each of the winning players' names to their communities. The funding was used for pedestrian safety improvements throughout the year, from upgraded crosswalks and safety signs to traffic barriers and educational training for children.
A closer look at the FedEx Air & Ground NFL Player of the Year finalists:
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