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 2012 PFF All-AFC East Team 
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Post 2012 PFF All-AFC East Team
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Wide Receivers: Wes Welker (NE), Brian Hartline (MIA) and Stevie Johnson (BUF)

We wanted to put a fullback in here, but there really wasn’t one in this division that either played enough, or played well enough. That made life a lot easier for us, going with Hartline and Johnson, with Welker working from the slot. All three ranked in our Top 30 for receiving grades by wide outs, and each of them put in a 1,000 yard season.

https://www.profootballfocus.com/blog/2013/01/08/2012-pff-all-afc-east-team/


Cameron Wake, Karlos Dansby, Kevin Burnett, Reshad Jones, Brandon Fields, and Olivier Vernon also all made the list.


Mon Jan 28, 2013 1:57 pm
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Cameron Wake also made their 2012 PFF All-Pro Team:
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Edge Defender: Cameron Wake (MIA)

What you want from an edge rusher is someone who can get pressure. In that respect why would you look any further than Cameron Wake? With 87 quarterback disruptions and some understated work in the run game, Wake was comfortably our top ranked 4-3 defensive end.

https://www.profootballfocus.com/blog/2013/01/02/2012-pff-all-pro-team/2/


As well as an honorable mention for Defensive Player of the Year:
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It is a rare year when a 4-3 defensive end isn’t front and center when it comes to considering the NFL’s Defensive Player of the Year, but with Jason Pierre-Paul struggling to put up the sack numbers to match his exceptional run defense, one defensive end stood alone as a bastion of excellence: Cameron Wake. In his first season playing in a 4-3 defense Wake started out like a runaway train and was only locked down a couple of times during the season (including a Week 17 re-match with Sebastian Vollmer). Wake has been a productive pass rusher ever since he entered the NFL, but this season continued to show that his tag as an unreliable run defender is unwarranted; contributing 23 stops in run defense (tied for eighth-most among 4-3 DEs) and helping the Dolphins to the stingiest run defense in the league on rushes off right tackle and right end this season.

https://www.profootballfocus.com/blog/2 ... he-year/2/


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