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The '''Kansas City Committee of 101''' was founded by Jack Wheeler.<ref name=founder>{{cite web|url=http://www.101awards.com|title=101 Awards - Kansas City's Salute to Professional Football|work=101awards.com|accessdate=13 December 2016}}</ref><ref name=founder2>{{cite web|url=http://www.chiefs.com/news/article-2/101-Award-Winners-Announced-/acaee3e8-9ed0-4200-9a11-1f5960c1755d|title=101 Award Winners Announced|work=chiefs.com|accessdate=13 December 2016}}</ref> The name was chosen because the membership was limited to 101 [[Kansas City Chiefs]] fans and cost $1,000 annually (over $6,550 adjusted for inflation). The group began presenting its annual NFL awards in 1969. They started as NFL and AFL Awards. After the 1970 AFL-NFL merger, however, they have been awarded to the top [[American Football Conference|AFC]] and [[National Football Conference|NFC]] players and coaches. The "Committee of 101" is a national media committee of 101 [[sportswriter]]s and [[sportscaster]]s, who cover the NFL, and are asked to vote on the top offensive player, defensive player, and coach on each of the [[National Football League]] conferences, rather than the NFL as a whole.<ref name=101comm>{{cite web|url=http://www.101awards.com/selection|title=101 Awards Selection Committee|work=101awards.com|accessdate=13 December 2016}}</ref><ref name=founder2/>
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The '''Kansas City Committee of 101''' was founded by Jack Wheeler. The name was chosen because the membership was limited to 101 Chiefs fans and cost $1,000 to join. The group began presenting its annual NFL '''awards''' in 1969. They started as NFL and AFL Awards. After the 1970 AFL-NFL merger, however, they have been awarded to the top [[American Football Conference|AFC]] and [[National Football Conference|NFC]] players and coaches. The "Committee of 101" is a national media committee of 101 sportswriters and sportscasters, who cover the NFL, and are asked to vote on the top offensive player, defensive player, and coach on each of the [[National Football League]] conferences, rather than the NFL as a whole.
   
The annual NFL 101 Awards, is the nation's oldest awards event dedicated exclusively to professional football.<ref name=premiersports>{{cite web|url=http://www.premiersportsonline.com/projects/101-awards|title=101 Awards|work=Premier Sports Management|accessdate=13 December 2016}}</ref>
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The annual NFL 101 Awards, is the nation's oldest awards event dedicated exclusively to professional football.
   
The awards are handed out at an annual event in [[Kansas City, Missouri]], and all proceeds from the 101 Awards benefit the Kansas City Chiefs Charities.
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The awards are handed out at an annual event in [[Kansas City, MO]], and all proceeds from the 101 Awards benefit the Kansas City Chiefs Charities.
   
== Offensive Player of the Year awards ==
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== Offensive Player of the Year Awards ==
 
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'''NFC Offensive Player of the Year'''<br />
'''NFC Offensive Player of the Year'''<ref name=KC101off>{{cite web|url=http://www.101awards.com/awards/past_nfc_offensive_honorees|title=Past NFC Offensive Honorees|work=101awards.com|accessdate=13 December 2016}}</ref><br />
 
 
1969— [[Roman Gabriel]], [[Los Angeles Rams]]<br />
 
1969— [[Roman Gabriel]], [[Los Angeles Rams]]<br />
 
1970— [[John Brodie]], [[San Francisco 49ers]]<br />
 
1970— [[John Brodie]], [[San Francisco 49ers]]<br />
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2010— [[Michael Vick]], Philadelphia Eagles<br />
 
2010— [[Michael Vick]], Philadelphia Eagles<br />
 
2011— [[Aaron Rodgers]], Green Bay Packers<br/>
 
2011— [[Aaron Rodgers]], Green Bay Packers<br/>
2012— [[Adrian Peterson]], Minnesota Vikings<br/>
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2012— [[Adrian Peterson]], Minnesota Vikings
2013— [[LeSean McCoy]], Philadelphia Eagles<br/>
 
2014— [[Aaron Rodgers]], Green Bay Packers<br/>
 
2015— [[Cam Newton]], Carolina Panthers<br/>
 
2016— [[Ezekiel Elliott]], Dallas Cowboys<br/ >
 
2017— [[Todd Gurley]], Los Angeles Rams<br/>
 
2018— [[Drew Brees]], New Orleans Saints
 
 
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'''AFC Offensive Player of the Year'''<br />
'''AFC Offensive Player of the Year'''<ref name=KC101offafc>{{cite web|url=http://www.101awards.com/awards/past_afc_offensive_honorees|title=Past AFC Offensive Honorees|work=101awards.com|accessdate=13 December 2016}}</ref><br />
 
 
1969— [[Daryle Lamonica]], [[Oakland Raiders]]<br />
 
1969— [[Daryle Lamonica]], [[Oakland Raiders]]<br />
 
1970— [[George Blanda]], Oakland Raiders <br />
 
1970— [[George Blanda]], Oakland Raiders <br />
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2010— Tom Brady, New England Patriots<br />
 
2010— Tom Brady, New England Patriots<br />
 
2011— Tom Brady, New England Patriots<br />
 
2011— Tom Brady, New England Patriots<br />
2012— Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos<br/>
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2012— Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos
2013— Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos<br/>
 
2014— [[Le'Veon Bell]] and [[Antonio Brown (wide receiver, born 1988)|Antonio Brown]], co-winners, Pittsburgh Steelers<br />
 
2015— Tom Brady, New England Patriots<br />
 
2016— Tom Brady, New England Patriots<br />
 
2017— [[Antonio Brown]], Pittsburgh Steelers<br />
 
2018— [[Patrick Mahomes]], Kansas City Chiefs
 
 
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== Defensive Player of the Year awards ==
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== Defensive Player of the Year Awards ==
 
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'''NFC Defensive Player of the Year'''<br />
'''NFC Defensive Player of the Year'''<ref name=KC101defnfc>{{cite web|url=http://www.101awards.com/awards/past_nfc_defensive_honorees|title=Past NFC Defensive Honorees|work=101awards.com|accessdate=13 December 2016}}</ref><br />
 
 
1969— [[Carl Eller]], [[Minnesota Vikings]]<br />
 
1969— [[Carl Eller]], [[Minnesota Vikings]]<br />
 
1970— [[Alan Page]], Minnesota Vikings <br />
 
1970— [[Alan Page]], Minnesota Vikings <br />
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1994— Deion Sanders, San Francisco 49ers<br />
 
1994— Deion Sanders, San Francisco 49ers<br />
 
1995— Reggie White, Green Bay Packers<br />
 
1995— Reggie White, Green Bay Packers<br />
1996— [[Kevin Greene (American football)|Kevin Greene]], [[Carolina Panthers]]<br />
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1996— [[Kevin Greene]], [[Carolina Panthers]]<br />
 
1997— [[Dana Stubblefield]], San Francisco 49ers<br />
 
1997— [[Dana Stubblefield]], San Francisco 49ers<br />
 
1998— Reggie White, Green Bay Packers<br />
 
1998— Reggie White, Green Bay Packers<br />
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2010— [[Clay Matthews III|Clay Matthews]], Green Bay Packers<br />
 
2010— [[Clay Matthews III|Clay Matthews]], Green Bay Packers<br />
 
2011— [[Jared Allen]], Minnesota Vikings<br />
 
2011— [[Jared Allen]], Minnesota Vikings<br />
2012— [[Aldon Smith]], San Francisco 49ers<br />
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2012— [[Aldon Smith]], San Francisco 49ers
2013— [[Luke Kuechly]], Carolina Panthers<br />
 
2014— [[Richard Sherman (American football)|Richard Sherman]], Seattle Seahawks<br />
 
2015— [[Aaron Donald]], St. Louis Rams<br />
 
2016— [[Landon Collins]], New York Giants <br />
 
2017— [[Aaron Donald]], Los Angeles Rams<br />
 
2018— [[Aaron Donald]], Los Angeles Rams<br />
 
 
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'''AFC Defensive Player of the Year'''<br />
'''AFC Defensive Player of the Year'''<ref name=KC101defafc>{{cite web|url=http://www.101awards.com/awards/past_afc_defensive_honorees|title=Past AFC Defensive Honorees|work=101awards.com|accessdate=13 December 2016}}</ref><br />
 
 
1969— [[Bobby Bell]], [[Kansas City Chiefs]]<br />
 
1969— [[Bobby Bell]], [[Kansas City Chiefs]]<br />
 
1970— [[Mike Curtis (American football)|Mike Curtis]], [[History of the Indianapolis Colts|Baltimore Colts]] <br />
 
1970— [[Mike Curtis (American football)|Mike Curtis]], [[History of the Indianapolis Colts|Baltimore Colts]] <br />
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2010— [[Troy Polamalu]], Pittsburgh Steelers<br />
 
2010— [[Troy Polamalu]], Pittsburgh Steelers<br />
 
2011— [[Terrell Suggs]], Baltimore Ravens<br />
 
2011— [[Terrell Suggs]], Baltimore Ravens<br />
2012— [[J. J. Watt]], Houston Texans<br />
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2012— [[JJ Watt]], Houston Texans
2013— [[Robert Mathis]], Indianapolis Colts<br />
 
2014— [[J. J. Watt]], Houston Texans<br />
 
2015— [[J. J. Watt]], Houston Texans<br />
 
2016— [[Khalil Mack]], Oakland Raiders<br />
 
2017— [[Calais Campbell]], Jacksonville Jaguars<Br/>
 
2018— [[J. J. Watt]], Houston Texans<br />
 
 
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==Coach of the Year awards==
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==Coach of the Year Awards==
 
:''See: [[National Football League Coach of the Year Award#Kansas City Committee of 101 AFC/NFC Coach of the Year Awards]]''
 
:''See: [[National Football League Coach of the Year Award#Kansas City Committee of 101 AFC/NFC Coach of the Year Awards]]''
 
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'''NFC Coach of the Year'''<br />
'''NFC Coach of the Year'''<ref name=KC101confc>{{cite web|url=http://www.101awards.com/awards/past_nfc_coach_honorees|title=Past NFC Coach Honorees|work=101awards.com|accessdate=13 December 2016}}</ref><br />
 
 
1969— [[Bud Grant]], [[Minnesota Vikings]]<br />
 
1969— [[Bud Grant]], [[Minnesota Vikings]]<br />
 
1970— [[Dick Nolan (American football)|Dick Nolan]], [[San Francisco 49ers]]<br />
 
1970— [[Dick Nolan (American football)|Dick Nolan]], [[San Francisco 49ers]]<br />
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2002— [[Andy Reid]], Philadelphia Eagles<br />
 
2002— [[Andy Reid]], Philadelphia Eagles<br />
 
2003— Bill Parcells, Dallas Cowboys<br />
 
2003— Bill Parcells, Dallas Cowboys<br />
2004— [[Jim L. Mora|Jim Mora, Jr.]], Atlanta Falcons<br />
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2004— Jim Mora, Jr., Atlanta Falcons<br />
 
2005— [[Lovie Smith]], Chicago Bears<br />
 
2005— [[Lovie Smith]], Chicago Bears<br />
 
2006— [[Sean Payton]], New Orleans Saints <br />
 
2006— [[Sean Payton]], New Orleans Saints <br />
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2010— Mike Smith, Atlanta Falcons<br/>
 
2010— Mike Smith, Atlanta Falcons<br/>
 
2011— [[Jim Harbaugh]], San Francisco 49ers <br />
 
2011— [[Jim Harbaugh]], San Francisco 49ers <br />
2012— [[Pete Carroll]], Seattle Seahawks <br />
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2012— [[Pete Carroll]], Seattle Seahawks
2013— [[Ron Rivera]], Carolina Panthers<br />
 
2014— [[Bruce Arians]], Arizona Cardinals <br />
 
2015— [[Ron Rivera]], Carolina Panthers<br />
 
2016— [[Jason Garrett]], Dallas Cowboys<br />
 
2017— [[Sean McVay]], Los Angeles Rams<br />
 
2018- [[Matt Nagy]], Chicago Bears
 
 
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'''AFC Coach of the Year'''<br />
'''AFC Coach of the Year'''<ref name=KC101coafc>{{cite web|url=http://www.101awards.com/awards/past_afc_coach_honorees|title=Past AFC Coach Honorees|work=101awards.com|accessdate=13 December 2016}}</ref><br />
 
 
1969— [[Hank Stram]], [[Kansas City Chiefs]]<br />
 
1969— [[Hank Stram]], [[Kansas City Chiefs]]<br />
 
1970— [[Paul Brown]], [[Cincinnati Bengals]]<br />
 
1970— [[Paul Brown]], [[Cincinnati Bengals]]<br />
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2010— [[Todd Haley]], Kansas City Chiefs<br />
 
2010— [[Todd Haley]], Kansas City Chiefs<br />
 
2011— [[Gary Kubiak]], Houston Texans<br />
 
2011— [[Gary Kubiak]], Houston Texans<br />
2012— [[Chuck Pagano]] and [[Bruce Arians]], co-winners, Indianapolis Colts <Br />
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2012— [[Chuck Pagano]] and [[Bruce Arians]], co-winners, Indianapolis Colts
2013— Andy Reid, Kansas City Chiefs<br />
 
2014— Bill Belichick, New England Patriots<br />
 
2015— Andy Reid, Kansas City Chiefs<br />
 
2016— [[Jack Del Rio]], Oakland Raiders<br />
 
2017—[[Doug Marrone]], Jacksonville Jaguars<br />
 
2018— [[Frank Reich]], Indianapolis Colts
 
 
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==Lamar Hunt Award==
 
==Lamar Hunt Award==
*2008— Members of "The [[Foolish Club]]" <small>(the group that founded the AFL; [[Lamar Hunt]] (Dallas Texans) and Bud Adams, Jr. (Houston Oilers), [[Harry Wismer]] (New York Titans), [[Bob Howsam]] (Denver Broncos), [[Barron Hilton]] (Los Angeles Chargers), [[Ralph C. Wilson, Jr.]] (Buffalo Bills), [[Billy Sullivan (American football)|Billy Sullivan]] (Boston Patriots), and [[Chet Soda]] (Oakland Raiders).)<ref>{{Cite web|title=McCarthy, Favre Selected For NFL 101 Awards |publisher=Green Bay Packers, Inc. |date=Jan 28, 2008 |url=http://www.packers.com/news/releases/2008/01/28/1/ |accessdate=2010-01-02 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20090111202053/http://www.packers.com/news/releases/2008/01/28/1/ |archivedate=January 11, 2009 }}</ref></small>
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*2008— Members of "The [[Foolish Club]]" <small>(the group that founded the AFL; [[Lamar Hunt]] (Dallas Texans) and Bud Adams, Jr. (Houston Oilers), [[Harry Wismer]] (New York Titans), [[Bob Howsam]] (Denver Broncos), [[Barron Hilton]] (Los Angeles Chargers), [[Ralph C. Wilson, Jr.]] (Buffalo Bills), [[Billy Sullivan (American football)|Billy Sullivan]] (Boston Patriots), and [[Chet Soda]] (Oakland Raiders).)<ref>{{Cite web |title=McCarthy, Favre Selected For NFL 101 Awards |publisher=Green Bay Packers, Inc. |date=Jan. 28, 2008 |url=http://www.packers.com/news/releases/2008/01/28/1/ |accessdate=2010-01-02}} {{Dead link|date=October 2010|bot=H3llBot}}</ref></small>
 
*2009— [[Tony Dungy]]
 
*2009— [[Tony Dungy]]
 
*2010— [[Monday Night Football]] <small>(Created by [[ABC Sports]]' [[Roone Arledge]] in 1970.)</small>
 
*2010— [[Monday Night Football]] <small>(Created by [[ABC Sports]]' [[Roone Arledge]] in 1970.)</small>
*2011— [[NFL Films]] <small>(Revolutionary sports cinematography)</small>
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*2011— [[NFL Films]] <small>(Revolutionary sports cinematography.)</small>
*2012— [[Roger Staubach]] <small>(Hall of Fame quarterback)</small>
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*2012— [[Roger Staubach]] <small>(Hall of Fame quarterback.)</small>
*2013— [[Don Shula]] <small>((Hall of Fame coach)</small>
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*2013— [[Don Shula]] <small>(NFL's winningest coach.)</small>
*2014— [[Len Dawson]] <small>(Hall of Fame quarterback)</small>
 
*2015— [[Paul Tagliabue]] <small>(former NFL commissioner)</small>
 
*2016— [[Super Bowl I]]
 
*2017— [[Al Michaels]] <small>(broadcaster)</small>
 
''Source''<ref name=KC101lamarhunt>{{cite web|url=http://www.101awards.com/history|title=History/Awards|work=101awards.com|accessdate=13 December 2016}}</ref>
 
 
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
 
*[[Bert Bell Award]]
 
*[[Bert Bell Award]]
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*[http://www.premiersportsonline.com/news/2013/01/15/shula-chosen-for-the-lamar-hunt-award-for-professional-football Don Shula Selected as the 2013 Lamar Hunt Award Winner]
 
*[http://www.premiersportsonline.com/news/2013/01/15/shula-chosen-for-the-lamar-hunt-award-for-professional-football Don Shula Selected as the 2013 Lamar Hunt Award Winner]
   
 
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