Former University of Montana All-American defensive back Colt Anderson was recently named the Special Teams MVP by the Philadelphia Eagles.  He was voted special teams MVP by his coaches and teammates. Better known as “The Butte Missile” Colt said, “It’s pretty cool to get such an honor when your coaches and teammates vote on it,” “Any time you get recognized by the guys you work with side-by-side it’s a big deal.”  When looking to measure Anderson's impact on special teams, look no further than this: the Eagles ranked fourth in the league in kickoff coverage after 12 games with Anderson but finished the season ranked 14th after four games without their special teams star. (Special thanks to Dave Guffey, SID at U-M for help.)