AP voting quirk results in no second-team All-Pro running back
3 days ago - By Pro Football Talk
The Associated Press awards voting process has plenty of flaws, apart from the whole Hub Arkush situation. One major flaw continues to be the group's refusal to permit anything more than one vote per voter per award. With prizes like MVP, the absence of a first-place, second-place, and third-place vote limits the number of players
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