2. Calvin Pryor

This one I understand a little bit more, because he was injured for a chunk of the season.

But if people went back and watched every game that Pryor was healthy for, they’d notice how good he really is.

In 11 games this season, Pryor has 61 total tackles, six pass deflections, two forced fumbles and one interception. Not to mention all of the big hits this guy throws around (see Wk. 13 vs. OBJ, Wk. 12 vs. R. Matthews) and the pressure he brings on safety blitzes.

You may not have made it this year Calvin, but a trip to Hawaii is in the near future.