Titans' Johnson named top offensive player
Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson was named the NFL's offensive player of the year by the Associated Press.
Johnson had 2,006 rushing yards and, combined with his 503 receiving yards, set a single-season league record for yards from scrimmage.
He received 38-1/2 of 50 votes from media members who voted for the award.
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees finished second with nine votes.
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