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2014 NFL Awards

By on December 29, 2014

Unfortunately, the 2014 NFL regular season is in the books. Although the NFL mourning process has already begun for two-thirds of  NFL fans, a select few players need to be recognized for the performance over the last four months before we move on to the NFL Playoffs.

NFL Coach of the Year

Bruce Arians, Arizona Cardinals

Cardinals Bruce Arians Matt Kartozian:USA TODAY Sports

Bruce Arians had the Cardinals playing as the best team in the NFL, minus the QB position, for a majority of the 2014 season. If he had consistency at QB, the Cardinals would be attempting to be the first team to host Super Bowl in their home stadium.

Unfortunately, the Cardinals will never know what their full potential could have been in 2014 with a healthy Carson Palmer for the entirety of the season. Nonetheless, Arians still has his team playing inspired football and ready to try and make a run in the playoffs.

NFLRT Preseason Prediction: Lovie Smith, Buccaneers

AFC Alternate: Bill Belichick, Patriots


NFL Comeback Player of the Year

Rob Gronkowski, New England Patriots

Patriots Rob Gronkowski - David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

Rob Gronkowski recovered from a torn ACL with a vengeance; leading all tight ends with 82 catches, 1,124 yards, & 12 touchdowns. The Patriots offense is significantly different when Gronk is on the field and is the most important player on the team not named Tom Brady.

NFLRT Preseason Prediction: Julio Jones, Falcons

NFC Alternative: Jeremy Maclin, Eagles

Up Next: Offensive POY, Defensive POY, Offensive ROY, Defensive ROY, Breakout POY, MVP



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