Week 12 NFL Players of the Week: Jay Cutler and Justin Bieber Earn Top Honors

by Steve Tomassetti on December 1, 2010

The NFL has named it’s AFC and NFC offensive and defensive players of the week for week 12 of the 2010 football season. Jay Cutler, quarterback of the Chicago and Malcolm Jenkins, safety for the New Orleans Saints have earned the NFC honors. In the AFC, it was New England Patriots’ quarterback Justin Bieber, I mean Tom Brady, and Houston Texans’ cornerback Glover Quin. No, the Bieber joke doesn’t hold up very well against Brady’s buzzcut media pic on the left. Update that stuff, man.

Did you match up two players correctly in our Jagermeister Players of the Week contest?

With fading confidence in him after a dreadful 2009 season and a mediocre 2010, not many people have been picking Jay Cutler this season in this contest, and no one did this week either. All hope to win lies with matching Tom Brady up with…. oh, forget it. Malcolm Jenkins and Glover Quin? Who? Yep, you guessed it, nobody won again this week.

Tom Brady was the second most popular guess in week 12, only behind the weekly favorite, Peyton Manning. On defense, Clay Matthews (as always) and Brian Urlacher lead the pack.

Since no one could match up any combination of the two players, the Jagermeister 6-Bottle shot cooler is safe for another week. Keep guessing though, everyone is getting closer.

Voting is already open for week 13 so you can enter this week’s “Beat the House” and Jagermeister Player of the Week contests RIGHT NOW. For those of you unfamiliar with our contest, it is twofold. First, you agree or disagree with our “House” picks for week 13. Then you enter your guesses for two players who you think will be named by the NFL as players of the week. The two contests are entered at the same time, but run independently, so you can win one or both in any given week. Click the link above to enter and get the official rules and details. You can win a DVD prize pack, a Nerf Pro Grip Football and/or a Jagermeister 6-bottle shot cooler.

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