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BLITZ Year 2 Awards

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BLITZ LG Year 2 Yearly Awards:


SUPERBOWL CHAMPION: PHILADELPHIA EAGLES


The Eagles finish off an amazing season with a hard fought 20-10 victory over the Cleveland Browns. Back to back championships, can we now call them a dynasty? Too soon to tell but he looks to repeat next year.

AFC Champipn: Cleveland Browns

 

The Browns had a tremendous season for now the 2nd straight year making it to back to back superbowl's. This team is getting better each season and it's up to the rest of the league to stop them. Is this the new Warriors Cavs??

NFL MVP: Dak Prescott QB Bengals:

Dak had a great season leading the NFL in passing yards with 4,177, and 4th in the league in toucdowns with 37. Dak added 350 rushing yards and 4 TD's this season. However, the Bengals did not make the playoffs this year finishing just 7-9.

Best Coach: Blitz HC, Cardinals

Well guess I win this, probably the only thing I will win.

AFC:

OPOY: Dak Prescott QB Bengals:
Dak is your MVP so only natural he adds the AFC offensive player of the year award to his resume.

DPOY: Blake Cashman MLB Jets:
Blake had an outstanding season with the Jets finishing 2nd in the NFL in INT's by a linebacker with 7, he added 2 sacks and 1 forced fumble, and 1 TD. Cashman helped lead the Jets to the Divisional round of this years playoffs.

OROY: Travis Etienne RB Patriots:
Travis had a standout rookie season finishing 2nd in the AFC in yards with 1,260, and 10 touchdowns. The Patriots finished 8-8 this season but with this budding star in the backfield look for them to compete for their division next season.

DROY: Jacob Phillips LB Chargers:
Phillips' stats don't jump off the page at you but he had very impressive stats in his rookie campaign. He had 76 tackles with 11 tackles for loss and 6 sacks. He also had 4 pass deflections and 2 forced fumbles. Phillip's filled a solid hybrid role for the Chargers being able to drop nack in coverage and rush the passer or stop the run.

Best QB: Dak Prescott, Bengals
4,177 Yards, 37 TD's, 16 INT's

Best RB: Nick Chubb, Browns
1,681 Yards, 16 TD's, 3 Fumbles

Best WR: Marquise Brown, Ravens
1,385 Yards, 21 TD's

Best OL: Quenton Nelson
1 Sack, 16 Games, 683 Downs Played

Best DL: TJ Watt, Steelers
15.0 Sacks, 14 TFL's, 58 Tackles

Best LB: Blake Cashman, Jets
86 Tackles, 8 TFL's, 2 Sacks, 7 INT's

Best DB: Montrel Meander, Patriots
10 INT's, 54 Tackles, 5 TFL's

Best K: Justin Tucker
8/8 FG, 59/61 XP

NFC:

OPOY: Kyler Murray, QB Cardinals
Kyler had a great season leading the NFL in TD's with 44 and added 3,718 yards to go with it. With Kyler leading the offense the Cardinals were able to make it to the NFC Championship game before losing to the Eagles.

DPOY: Jordan Hicks, LB Cardinals
Jordan along with his teammate Kyler put up one of the best seasons at his position in the league. He led all linebackers with 8 picks, and added 90 tackles with 2.5 sacks, but as with Kyler he could only get his team to the NFC Chamionship game.

OROY: Jake Fromm, QB Saints
Fromm had a fantasic rookie season, possibly 1 touchdown short of NFC OPOY, Fromm had 43 TD's and 3,744 yards. His ability to find the endzone helped the Saints have a great regular season, and make the Divisional round of this year's playoffs.

DROY: Jeff Okudah, DB Vikings
Okudah led all NFL rookies with 8 INT's, he also added 74 tackles to have a really standout rookie campaign. Could the NFL have found its next shutdown corner? Maybe, but with him back there that Vikings defense can be scarry to face.

OPOY: Kyler Murray, QB Cardinals
3,718 Yards, 44 TD's, 11 INT's

DPOY: Jordan Hicks, LB Cardinals
90 Tackles, 13 TFL's 8 INT's, 2.5 Sacks

OROY: Jake Fromm, QB Saints
3,744 Yards, 43 TD's 11 INT's

DROY: Jeff Okudah, DB Vikings
8 INT's 74 Tackles, 1 TFL

Best QB: Kyler Murray, Cardinals
3,718 Yards, 44 TD's, 11 INT's

Best RB: Ezekiel Elliott, Cowboys
1,846 Yards, 16 TD's, 1 Fumble

Best WR: Emanuel Hall, Saints
1,309 Yards, 18 TD's

Best OL: Jason Kelce, Eagles
1 Sack, 16 games, 709 Downs Played

Best DL: Danielle Hunter, Vikings
17.5 Sacks, 58 Tacks, 19 TFL's

Best LB: Jordan Hicks, Cardinals
90 Tackles, 13 TFL's 8 INT's, 2.5 Sacks

Best DB: Jeff Okudah, Vikings
8 INT's 74 Tackles, 1 TFL

Best K: Jake Elliott, Eagles
12/13 FG, 60/61 XP