The votes have been cast for Cincinnati's week two win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. These awards are voted by your, our awesome readers.
MVP: Giovani Bernard (who claimed 76 percent of the vote)
Bernard garnered a lot of national praise for his Monday Night Football performance, scoring two touchdowns on 65 yards from scrimmage. It's only a matter of time before he's used more often. And remember, his NFL career is only two games old.
Player of the game: Bernard's 27-yard touchdown reception (54 percent of the vote)
Reggie Nelson's fourth quarter interception garnered a healthy 25 percent, but Bernard's touchdown was a huge momentum boost giving Cincinnati their second touchdown. The first was scored by him.
Unsung Hero of the Week: Domata Peko (31 percent of the vote)
Peko was a dominating influence on the world of versatility. Not only did he record a shared sack, he was arguably one of the more impressive players against the Steelers -- obviously Giovani, Gresham, and Eifert were more impressive.