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    Rams All-time Honors And Dates

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    Rams All-Time Honors

    Joe F. Carr Trophy
    (Official NFL Most Valuable Player)
    1939 Parker Hall, QB/HB
    1945 Bob Waterfield, QB

    Washington D.C. Touchdown Club
    (NFL Player of the Year)
    (Coach of the Year)
    1950 Bob Waterfield, QB
    1954 Norm Van Brocklin, QB
    1967 George Allen
    1973 Chuck Knox
    1978 Pat Haden, QB
    1984 Eric Dickerson, RB

    Bert Bell Trophy
    (NFL Most Valuable Player presented
    by Philadelphia Maxwell Club)
    1969 Roman Gabriel, QB
    1974 Merlin Olsen, DT
    1999 Kurt Warner, QB

    Earle "Greasy" Neale Trophy
    (NFL Coach of the Year, presented by Philadelphia Maxwell Club)
    1999 Dick Vermeil

    NFL Coach of the Year
    1945 Adam Walsh
    1952 Hampton Pool
    1967 George Allen
    1973 Chuck Knox
    1999 Dick Vermeil

    NFC Coach of the Year
    1973 Chuck Knox
    1983 John Robinson
    1999 Dick Vermeil

    Staples Coach of the Year
    1999 Dick Vermeil

    NFL Offensive Coordinator of the Year
    1999 Mike Martz

    NFC Assistant Coachof the Year
    1999 Mike Martz

    NFL Most Valuable Player
    1999 Kurt Warner
    2000 Marshall Faulk
    2001 Kurt Warner

    NFL Player of the Year
    1969 Roman Gabriel, QB
    1999 Kurt Warner
    2000 Marshall Faulk

    NFC Player of the Year
    1973 John Hadl, QB
    1984 Eric Dickerson, RB
    1999 Marshall Faulk, RB

    NFL Offensive Player of the Year
    1969 Roman Gabriel, QB
    1986 Eric Dickerson, RB
    1990 Marshall Faulk, RB
    2000 Marshall Faulk, RB
    2001 Marshall Faulk, RB

    NFL Rookie of the Year
    1971 Isiah Robertson, LB
    1983 Eric Dickerson, RB
    1993 Jerome Bettis, RB

    NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year
    1983 Eric Dickerson, RB
    1993 Jerome Bettis, RB

    NFL Quarterback of the Year
    1999 Kurt Warner

    NFL Running Back of the Year
    1983 Eric Dickerson, RB
    1984 Eric Dickerson, RB
    1986 Eric Dickerson, RB

    NFL Rookie of the Month
    Eddie Kennison, WR (Oct. 1986)

    NFL Wide Receiver of the Year
    1989 Henry Ellard, WR

    NFL Offensive Lineman of the Year
    1969 Bob Brown, T

    NFL Defensive Player of the Year
    1967 David Jones, DE
    1968 David Jones, DE
    1975 Jack Youngblood, DE

    NFL Defensive Lineman of the Year
    1967 David Jones, DE
    1968 David Jones, DE
    1975 Jack Youngblood, DE

    NFL Defensive Back of the Year
    1976 Monte Jackson, CB
    1980 Nolan Cromwell, FS
    1981 Nolan Cromwell, FS
    1983 Nolan Cromwell, SS

    NFL Kick Returner of the Year
    1984 Henry Ellard
    1985 Ron Brown

    NFC Offensive Player of the Year
    1973 John Hadl, QB
    1983 Eric Dickerson, RB
    1984 Eric Dickerson, RB
    1986 Eric Dickerson, RB
    1999 Marshall Faulk, RB

    NFC Rookie of the Year
    1983
    Eric Dickerson, RB
    1993 Jerome Bettis, RB

    NFC Offensive Lineman of the Year
    1970 Bon Brown, T
    1979 Doug France, T
    1983 Jackie Slater, T
    1986 Jackie Slater, T
    1987 Jackie Slater, T
    1989 Jackie Slater, T

    NFC Defensive Player of the Year
    1975 Jack Youngblood, DE
    1976 Jack Youngblood, DE
    1980 Nolan Cromwell, FS

    NFC Defensive Lineman of the Year
    1973 Merlin Olsen, DT

    NFC Linebacker of the Year
    1974 Isiah Robertson
    1974 Isiah Robertson
    1977 Isiah Robertson

    NFC Defensive Back of the Year
    1989 Jerry Gray, CB

    Peter Rozelle Trophy
    (Super Bowl Most Valuable Player)
    1999 Kurt Warner, QB

    Whizzer White Award
    (NFL Man of the Year)
    1970 Kermit Alexander, CB

    Miller Lite Award
    (NFL Player of the Year)
    1999 Kurt Warner, QB
    2000 Marshall Faulk, RB

    Golden Toe Award
    1973 David Ray, K
    1978 Frank Corral, K

    ESPN Awards
    (Pro Football Player of the Year)
    1999 Kurt Warner, QB
    2000 Marshall Faulk, RB
    (Breakthrough Athlete of the Year)
    1999 Kurt Warner, QB

    NFL All-Decade Teams

    1940's
    Jim Benton, E
    Bob Waterfield, QB


    1950's
    Tom Fears, E
    Elroy Hirsch, HB/E
    Norm Van Brocklin, QB/P
    Dick Lane, DB


    1960's
    David Jones, DE
    Merlin Olsen, DT
    Eddie Meador, DB

    1970's
    Jack Youngblood, DE (First Team)
    Merlin Olsen, DT (Second Team)


    1980's
    Eric Dickerson, RB (First Team)
    Nolan Cromwell, S (Second Team)

    NFL All-Rookie
    1971- Dave Elmendorf, S
    Jack Youngblood, DE
    Isiah Robertson, LB
    Jim Bertleson, RB
    1973-Lawrence McCutcheon, RB
    1974-Lawrence McCutcheon, RB
    Bill Simpson, S
    1975-Doug France, T
    1976-Pat Haden, QB
    Rusty Jackson, P
    Monte Jackson, CB
    1977-Billy Waddy
    Rafael Spetien, K
    Bob Brudzinski, LB
    1978-Frank Corral, K
    1983-Eric Dickerson, RB
    1980-Johnnie Johnson,S
    1985-Dieter Brock, QB
    Dale Hatcher, P
    1986-Tom Newberry, G
    Jim Everett, Qb
    1988-Fred Strickland, LB
    1989-Bill Hawkins
    Frank Stams
    1990-Pat Terrell, S
    1992-Sean Gilbert, DT
    1993-Jerome Bettis, RB
    1994-Wayne Grandy, T
    Keith Lyle, S
    1995-Kevin Carter, DE
    1996-Tony Banks, QB
    Eddie Kennison, WR
    Eddie Kennison, PR
    1999-Torry Holt, WR

    NFL PRO Bowl 2001 - 2003



    NFL All-PRO 2001
    Isaac Bruce
    Orlando Pace
    Kurt Warner
    Marshall Faulk
    Aeneas William


    NFL PRO Bowl 2002
    Marshall Faulk
    Orlando Pace

    NFL PRO Bowl 2003
    Torry Holt
    Aeneas Williams
    Orlando Pace
    Leonard Little
    Jeff Wilkins
    Marc Bulger
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    Re: Rams All-time Honors And Dates

    Quote Originally Posted by OldRamsfan1
    NFL All-Rookie
    1972-Jim Everett, QB
    I would have to disagree with this one, my man Jimmy wasn't that old LOL
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    Re: Rams All-time Honors And Dates

    Quote Originally Posted by ramsbruce
    I would have to disagree with this one, my man Jimmy wasn't that old LOL

    Sorry it was a type-o , It took some time to put that list together,,, Sorry I fixed it Thanks..

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    Re: Rams All-time Honors And Dates

    No problem
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    Re: Rams All-time Honors And Dates

    thanks for the list. this is the type of stuff that is in the media guide, great reading. meanwhile, i still cant find the date of the van brocklin trade, only that it was pre season 1958.

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    Re: Rams All-time Honors And Dates

    Forgot to mention that Bulger was MVP of the ProBowl 2003.
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    Re: Rams All-time Honors And Dates

    Good stuff!

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    Re: Rams All-time Honors And Dates

    Quote Originally Posted by talkstoangels61
    Good stuff!
    Very good stuff keep it coming OldRamsfan
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    Re: Rams All-time Honors And Dates

    Quote Originally Posted by general counsel
    thanks for the list. this is the type of stuff that is in the media guide, great reading. meanwhile, i still cant find the date of the van brocklin trade, only that it was pre season 1958.

    ramming speed to all

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    I'll Check out G.C. Thanks for for thought......?


    G.C. : This is the only info I had , I'am still trying to find the date...Just a note to let you know I'am working on it..

    Norm Van Brocklin was a standout quarterback for 12 seasons in the National Football League, the first nine with the Los Angeles Rams. Then he was traded to the Philadelphia Eagles in 1958 and, within three years, the “Dutchman” had guided the Eagles to the NFL championship.

    Without a doubt it was his finest performance in a brilliant career. One of the most colorful and competitive individuals that pro football has ever seen, Van Brocklin blazed a sometimes stormy, but always eventful path in his dozen campaigns as an active player.

    Norm left the University of Oregon, where he still had a year's eligibility remaining, to join the Rams in 1949. The only problem, from Van Brocklin's standpoint, was that the Rams already had one future Hall of Fame quarterback in Bob Waterfield.

    The net result was that two great quarterbacks had to share passing duties for a few seasons, a situation that any great competitor, which Norm certainly was, couldn't be expected to accept with any enthusiasm. Still, Van Brocklin won the NFL passing title in both 1950 and 1952, even though he was playing only half of the time on offense. He added a third passing championship in 1954.

    His greatest day as a passer came in 1951 when he threw for a record 554 yards against the New York Yanks. It was also in 1951 that Van Brocklin threw a 73-yard pass to Tom Fears that gave the Rams a 24-17 victory over the Browns and the only NFL title the Rams had won since moving to Los Angeles.

    In Philadelphia he was given a free hand at running the offensive show, and behind his leadership the Eagles won the NFL title in 1960. Thus, the “Dutchman” was the only man to defeat a Lombardi-coached Green Bay team in championship game play.

    Norman Mack Van Brocklin. . .Oregon All-America, 1948. . . Rams' No. 4 draftee, 1949. . .Led NFL in passing three years, punting twice. . .Career mark: 1,553 completions for 23,611 yards, 173 TDs. . .73-yard pass gave Rams 1951 title. . . Passed for 554 yards one game, 1951. . . Generalled Eagles to 1960 NFL crown. . .NFL's Most Valuable Player, 1960. . . Selected to nine Pro Bowl games. . .Born March 15, 1926, in Eagle Butte, South Dakota. . .Died May 2, 1983, at age of 57.
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    Re: Rams All-time Honors And Dates

    You said Pace twice for the 03 Pro Bowl

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    Re: Rams All-time Honors And Dates

    Quote Originally Posted by psycho9985
    Forgot to mention that Bulger was MVP of the ProBowl 2003.

    Hey : how are you doing Psycho , No he's their at the bottom of the 2003..
    hope things are well their in the big V , My sister and here family live close too you their...seeya
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    Re: Rams All-time Honors And Dates

    Quote Originally Posted by Milan
    You said Pace twice for the 03 Pro Bowl

    I guess its that really like pace (lol), thanks for pointing it out , I took care it ...

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