NFL Awards Predictions
Sure, we may not have a vote when it comes to all the NFL Awards, but it sure is fun to give our two cents! But before we get to all of that excitement, just a quick reminder that Ultimate Autographs is your home for everything concerning Sports Mystery Boxes, NFL Mystery Boxes, Virtual Mystery Boxes and so much more! So stop by Ultimateautographs.com and grab yourself a new signed jersey, autographed mini helmet and all sorts of signed memorabilia today!
Offensive Player of the Year: Cooper Kupp - Wide Receiver, LA Rams
It’s very rare for a wide receiver to complete a triple crown (leads in receptions, yards and touchdowns) but that’s exactly what Kupp did this season. With the addition of Matthew Stafford in the off season, Kupp exploded with numbers that we haven’t seen since Stafford’s last monster receiver… Hall of Famer, Calvin Johnson.
Defensive Player of the Year: TJ Watt - Edge, Pittsburgh Steelers
TJ Watt started his career in the shadow of his older brother JJ, but he quickly showed why he is more than just a kid brother. He could have easily won this award last season but Aaron Donald took it home in somewhat controversial fashion. This season TJ tied the single season sack record despite having missed several games. This was probably the easiest choice of all the awards.
Coach of the Year: Bill Belichick - New England Patriots
If this award was meant to include the postseason, it would be hard to not give it to Zac Taylor. However, what Belichick accomplished with a rookie quarterback, almost no offensive weapons and an aging defense was truly spectacular.
Offensive Rookie of the Year: Ja’Marr Chase - Wide Receiver, Cincinnati Bengals
If Mac Jones ends up coming home with this award then let’s just call it a quarterback award. Chase had arguably the greatest full season by any rookie receiver ever. Over 1,400 yards and 13 touchdowns is an insane mark for a vet, but for a rookie it’s truly unbelievable.
Defensive Rookie of the Year: Micah Parsons - Edge, Dallas Cowboys
With the absolute force that Micah Parsons was this past season, he was actually in the convo for DPOY. The Cowboys defense had a hard time having the speed to get to the quarterback and needed someone that could range sideline to sideline in run defense. He filled both of those roles. One could argue that if there was only 1 rookie award, he would deserve it over any offensive player.
Comeback Player of the Year: Joe Burrow - Quarterback, Cincinnati Bengals
After a totally gruesome injury as a rookie, Joe Burrow slowly regained his old composure and now has his team on the cusp of the Super Bowl. Dak Prescott is another good possibility, but this is Burrow’s award to lose. 4,600 yards and 34 touchdowns with so many young weapons is not supposed to happen, especially after an injury.
MVP: Tom Brady - Quarterback, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
I really want to put Cooper Kupp here because he truly deserves the award. However, we all know it has to go to a quarterback and what better signal caller to give it to than Tom Brady. It looks like the GOAT will likely retire after the season and it would be a fitting ending for the 44 year old to once again defy the odds.
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