Offensive player of the year

<b><a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT000008626" title="Todd Heap" href="/topic/sports/football/todd-heap-PESPT000008626.topic">Todd Heap</a>, tight end.</b> <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT00008942" title="Anquan Boldin" href="/topic/sports/football/anquan-boldin-PESPT00008942.topic">Anquan Boldin</a> was the best offensive weapon in the first half of the season, and <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT004702" title="Derrick Mason" href="/topic/sports/football/derrick-mason-PESPT004702.topic">Derrick Mason</a> took that title for the final two months of the regular season. But no one was more consistent over the entire season than Heap, who led the Ravens with a 15-yard-per-catch average and scored at critical times. All five of his touchdowns either gave the Ravens the lead or cut the deficit to one score.

( Baltimore Sun photo by Kenneth K. Lam / January 15, 2011 )

Todd Heap, tight end. Anquan Boldin was the best offensive weapon in the first half of the season, and Derrick Mason took that title for the final two months of the regular season. But no one was more consistent over the entire season than Heap, who led the Ravens with a 15-yard-per-catch average and scored at critical times. All five of his touchdowns either gave the Ravens the lead or cut the deficit to one score.

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