Sporting News surveyed 664 players, coaches and general managers to determine our 2008 NFL awards and all-pro team. For the full list of winners, see the Jan. 19 issue of Sporting News magazine. If you are not receiving the magazine, subscribe today, or pick up a copy, available at most Barnes & Noble, Borders and Hudson News retail outlets.
RB: Adrian Peterson, Vikings. His combination of power and speed turns every touch into a potential touchdown.
RB: Michael Turner, Falcons. He stepped out of L.T.'s shadow and proved he is one of the league's best.
WR: Andre Johnson, Texans. The recognition he deserves is starting to come his way.
WR: Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals. Nobody has better hands, and his speed is deceptive.
TE: Tony Gonzalez, Chiefs. He plays with passion and professionalism despite being trapped on a losing team.
T: Michael Roos, Titans. Kerry Collins never worries about being blindsided.
G: Chris Snee, Giants. He is Tom Coughlin's son-in-law, and Snee's blocking keeps the family happy.
C: Shaun O'Hara, Giants. He is the leader of the offensive line and a leader in the locker room.
G: Steve Hutchinson, Vikings. The Seahawks have never replaced him, and the Vikings feel he is worth every penny.
T: Jordan Gross, Panthers. His blocking is critical to the Panthers' potent running attack.
E: Mario Williams, Texans. Nobody still questions Houston for selecting him No. 1 in '06.
T: Albert Haynesworth, Titans. He can't be blocked by one person, and many times two people are not enough.
T: Kris Jenkins, Jets. He was the anchor of the Jets' defense, which collapsed when he was banged up late in the season.
E: Julius Peppers, Panthers. He bounced back from a down 2007 season, dominating stretches of games.
LB: DeMarcus Ware, Cowboys. He is so athletic he can chase down even the most elusive quarterbacks.
LB: James Harrison, Steelers. His ability to rush the passer and punish ballcarriers is the key to a versatile Steelers defense.
LB: Joey Porter, Dolphins. Some thought he was washed up. Forget that. He talks a lot, but he backs it up.
CB Nnamdi Asomugha, Raiders. Most quarterbacks avoid throwing his way. Those who do test him usually regret it.
CB: Cortland Finnegan, Titans. He has a linebacker's attitude -- he loves to get physical and is not afraid to take chances.
S: Troy Polamalu, Steelers. Great instincts and preparation allow him to take chances other safeties cannot.
S: Ed Reed, Ravens. He covers more ground than a FedEx delivery truck and can turn any turnover into a touchdown.
K: Stephen Gostkowski, Patriots. He is almost a sure thing, even in bad weather.
P: Shane Lechler, Raiders. One of the few things the Raiders could count on was the performance of their punter.
KR: Leodis McKelvin, Bills. The coaches expected him to be an impact rookie, and he was. His return ability elevated Buffalo's special teams.
PR: Reggie Bush, Saints. He is tremendous at making the first tackler miss. All he needs is a small crack to make a big play.