American Football League Most Valuable Player Award

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During its ten-year existence (1960–1969), the American Football League's best player for each year was called the "Most Valuable Player" by some sports-news sources and the "Player of the Year" by others. The awards by the major services are shown below.

1960[edit]

Abner Haynes, Running Back, Dallas Texans (UPI, AP)

1961[edit]

George Blanda, quarterback, Houston Oilers (UPI, AP, TSN)

1962[edit]

Cookie Gilchrist, fullback, Buffalo Bills (UPI, AP)

Len Dawson, quarterback, Dallas Texans (TSN)

1963[edit]

Lance Alworth, flanker, San Diego Chargers (UPI)

Tobin Rote, quarterback, San Diego Chargers (AP)

Clem Daniels, halfback, Oakland Raiders (TSN)

1964[edit]

Gino Cappelletti, flanker and placekicker, Boston Patriots (UPI, AP, TSN)

1965[edit]

Paul Lowe, halfback, San Diego Chargers (UPI, TSN)

Jack Kemp, quarterback, Buffalo Bills (AP)

1966[edit]

Jim Nance, fullback, Boston Patriots (UPI, AP, TSN)

1967[edit]

Daryle Lamonica, quarterback, Oakland Raiders (UPI, AP, TSN)

1968[edit]

Joe Namath, quarterback, New York Jets (UPI, AP, TSN)

1969[edit]

Daryle Lamonica, quarterback, Oakland Raiders (UPI, TSN)

Joe Namath, quarterback, New York Jets (AP)

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