PHOENIX (AP) –– Bruce Arians has won The Associated Press NFL Coach Of The Year award for the second time in three years — with different teams.

Arians led Arizona to an 11-5 record in 2014 despite a rash of injuries, including to his top two quarterbacks. The Cardinals earned a wild-card berth, losing at Carolina in the playoffs.

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In 2012, Arians stepped in for an ill Chuck Pagano and helped the Indianapolis Colts to the playoffs, becoming the first interim coach to win the award, which began in 1957.

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Arians received 39 1-2 votes from a nationwide panel of 50 media members who regularly cover the NFL. Houston’s Bill O’Brien and Dallas’ Jason Garrett each got three votes. Seattle’s Pete Carroll drew 2 1-2; Detroit’s Jim Caldwell and New England’s Bill Belichick got one apiece.

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The award was presented during the “NFL Honors” show Saturday night.