Denver Broncos: Final 2016-2017 NFL Season Award Predictions
The NFL Honors is Saturday and there will be plenty of predictions as to who will take the home the awards to end the NFL season. Will a Denver Broncos player take one home?
There are many players deserving of the NFL awards this year, but only seven are awarded the prestigious hardware of Offensive Rookie of the Year, Rookie of the Year, Defensive Rookie of the Year, Offensive Player of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year, Coach of the Year and Most Valuable Player. Many things make the NFL great, but possibly none more than seeing fresh talent dominate the NFL.
Another reason to appreciate the NFL is first-time award winners that overtake future Hall of Famers. Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan is reaching new heights in 2016 to the player many expected he never reach. Yet there were some that felt it was only a matter of time. Despite the weapons at his disposal, Ryan is more precise in throwing accuracy then ever before and his targets are benefiting from it.
Even the emergence of rookies taking center stage in the NFL is an impressive feat. Former Ohio State Buckeyes, Ezekiel Elliot and Joey Bosa are captivating the NFL in their first season. Bosa held out before the season started. Now he proved to be a relentless physical pass rusher. Elliot, on the other hand, is enchanting audiences by performing at a level not many have seen since Adrian Peterson.
In summary, many players and coaches deserve to be awarded; however, only seven can win.