Kirk Cousins (MIN): 19-35, 247 passing yards, 2 TD
Tom Brady (NE): 30-46, 341 passing yards, 3 TD, INT
Kyle Rudolph (MIN): 5 receptions, 106 receiving yards, TD (wins MVP)
Rob Gronkowski (NE): 7 receptions, 71 receiving yards, TD
Chris Hogan (NE): 9 receptions, 95 receiving yards, TD
Dalvin Cook (MIN): 21 carries, 86 rushing yards, TD, fumble
Daniel Carlson (MIN): 3/3 FGs
Offensive Player of the Year
Drew Brees shows the NFL he’s still got it and puts up an impressive stat line of 36 touchdowns, while only turning the ball over 7 times the whole year. It’s truly amazing to see what he’s doing at his age.
Defensive Player of the Year
Who says that a defensive back can’t win DPOY? Ramsey solidifies himself as the best corner in the NFL with 5 interceptions, and 27 pass breakups. He also causes 2 forced fumbles to give him a total of 7 turnovers caused.
Offensive Rookie of the Year
The hype behind Barkley is proved in his first year in the NFL. Barkley totals 1282 yards on the ground along with another 256 yards in the air. He gets 12 total touchdowns, and fantasy football owners are rejoicing they took him early in the first round.
Defensive Rookie of the Year
Roquan Smith is another player who deserves the hype he’s been getting of late. A beast on the field in his first year, he totals 129 total tackles, 4 forced fumbles, 11 tackles for loss and an interception.
Coach of the Year
Lynn finally takes the Chargers out of mediocrity and they get a 3 seed in the playoffs. He maximizes the talent he’s got, though they lost a couple players to season-ending injuries. Philip Rivers gets possibly one of his final chances for a ring.
Comeback Player of the Year
Watson returns to his successful play from early last season. He also is in the running for Offensive Player of the year, but falls a bit short. His return to football this season gives him 27 passing touchdowns and 6 rushing touchdowns while leading his team to the playoffs.