Colts QB and WR Andrew Luck and RG Delanie Wilson won the Walter Camp Football Foundation’s “Most Valuable Player” award.
The award goes to the quarterback, receiver and tight end who play in the NFL.
Luck and Wilson are tied for second in the league in receiving yards and tied for third in touchdowns.
Luck also leads the league with 1,000-yard passing.
He is the first player in NFL history to lead the league, win the award and also lead the NFL in receiving yardage.
Luck is second in touchdown receptions and touchdowns with 29.
Luck was named the Walter C. Goodman Award winner for outstanding achievement in football.
The former Indiana tight end won the 2015 Walter Camp All-America Team and was named a finalist for the 2015 Biletnikoff Award.
The AFC South’s first-team All-Pro, Luck is tied for the NFL lead in touchdown passes and is tied with Peyton Manning and Tom Brady for the most passes thrown in a season with 31,383.
Luck has won three Super Bowls with Indianapolis.
Wilson is tied to the NFL for most receiving touchdowns (16) and is second on the team in receptions (66) and receiving yards (1,932).
Wilson is the only player in league history to have four consecutive seasons with 1.5,000 or more yards receiving.
Wilson leads the NFL with 10 career 200-yard games.
He has had 17 career games with at least 20 catches for 207 yards and five touchdowns.
Wilson was named AFC Offensive Player of the Week for the second time in three seasons after completing 24 of 29 passes for 246 yards and two touchdowns.
He was the only Colts player to score a touchdown against the Texans.
Wilson has earned a career-high eight interceptions.
Luck, who led the Colts to a 24-20 victory over the Titans on Sunday, completed 21 of 33 passes for 231 yards and one touchdown in a 23-17 win over the Broncos.
Luck had two passes batted down and a sack for the Titans.
Luck completed 21-of-34 passes for 243 yards and four touchdowns against the Broncos in Week 4.
He threw for 498 yards and six touchdowns in the Colts’ 29-24 win over Tennessee in Week 6.
Luck set the NFL record for passing yards by a quarterback with 4,622 yards in the regular season.
Luck passed for 4,743 yards in his first season in the pros, setting the NFL mark.
He set the Colts record for consecutive games with 50 or more passing yards in Week 7 against the Titans, throwing for 464 yards and seven touchdowns.
The Colts won the AFC South for the first time since 2008.
Wilson also set a new NFL record with seven consecutive games of at least 15 passing yards, passing for seven touchdowns in Week 12 against the Bengals.
Wilson surpassed his previous mark with five touchdown passes in Week 17 against the Browns.
Wilson led the Texans to a 22-20 win over Indianapolis.
The Texans beat the Colts 31-28 in Week 19.
Wilson threw for 315 yards and three touchdowns and also caught a touchdown pass.
Luck scored twice in the Texans’ 24-17 victory in Week 20 against Kansas City.
Luck threw for 371 yards and a touchdown and caught a TD pass.
Wilson caught a career high five passes for 81 yards in a 21-17 loss to the Eagles.
Luck tied his career high with six touchdowns against Detroit on Sunday.
Luck led the Browns to a 25-23 win over Houston.
Luck’s two touchdowns were career highs and set a franchise record with five straight games with five or more touchdown passes.
Luck hit the 400-yard mark for the fourth time in his career, passing Tom Brady and Drew Brees for the third time in the last six seasons.
Luck finished with 433 yards and his fourth career 100-yard game against the Chiefs.
Luck became the fifth quarterback in NFL History to throw for more than 4,000 yards, four times more than the next closest player.
Luck owns a league-high 9,731 yards passing, ranking fourth in the history of NFL passing yards and passing touchdowns.
In Week 21 at Kansas City, Luck threw four touchdown passes against the Colts for the fifth straight game.
Luck reached the milestone against the Raiders in Week 23, completing 26 of 35 passes for 346 yards and the touchdown pass in the second half.
Luck surpassed his career best with eight touchdown passes to go with three interceptions in a 24, 27-24 loss at Jacksonville.
Luck entered Week 24 tied with Brett Favre and Steve Young for the league lead with 18 touchdown passes, one shy of Favre’s 19.
Luck joins Favre, Favre Jr., Steve Young and Eli Manning as the only quarterbacks to reach that mark.
Luck ranks second on NFL rushing yards (6,926), fourth in touchdown attempts (63), fourth on rushing yards per game (4.28), tied for fourth in rushing touchdowns (five