Offensive Rookie of the Year
Joe Burrow QB-Bengals
QBs have a stranglehold on almost all awards and this is no different. He is the only rookie QB that will see enough playing time. He has enough pieces around him to make an instant impact.
Runner Up: Antonio Gibson RB-Football Team.
Defensive Rookie of the Year
Isaiah Simmons LB-Cardinals
An absolute beast. Will not have to deal with double teams on pass rushes due to Chandler Jones. Will be the centre of the defence and will see a boost in play from Haason Reddick moving outside.
Runner Up: Josh Uche LB-Patriots.
Offensive Player of the Year
Christian McCaffery RB-Panthers
Will be carrying this team to every win it gets. Will see even more work in the pass game with Bridgewater at QB. This is the easiest pick of the lot.
Runner Up: De’Andre Hopkins WR-Cardinals
Defensive Player of the Year
Chandler Jones OLB-Cardinals
One of the best pass rushers in the game, he now has a defence around him that can support him. He will be able to rush the passer more this year, on a defence that is more suited to Vance Joseph’s scheme than last years.
Runner Up: TJ Watt OLB-Steelers
Coach of the Year
He turns the team into playoff contention and Superbowl threat after 3-13 (2018) and 5-10-1 (2019) seasons. Kyler Murray is the best second year QB.
Runner Up: Bill Belichick-Patriots
Russell Wilson QB-Seahawks
The best QB in the game wins MVP and a Superbowl, just beating Mahomes in each of those accomplishments. He is helped by his RBs staying healthy and a slowly improving O-Line. Also, DK Metcalf becomes a legitimate NO.1 WR.