NFL Awards: Vote for Gore and Willis

Nov 28, 2007 at 7:05 AM--


Running back Frank Gore is a nominee for this week's FedEx Ground award. Linebacker Patrick Willis is up for the GMC Defensive Player of the Week and the Rookie of the Week.

Gore had 116 yards on 21 carries, two touchdowns and added 11 catches for 98 yards in the 49ers' dramatic overtime win against the Arizona Cardinals.

Willis made 18 tackles and a ½ sack. He was also responsible for running down Sean Morey on a 67-yard reception in overtime preventing Arizona from winning the game.

Vote for Frank Gore for the FedEx Ground award

Vote for Patrick Willis for Defensive Player of the Week

Vote for Patrick Willis for Rookie of the Week



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