Super Bowl, Awards

Super Bowl L

  • 2. Baltimore Ravens (24) – 2. Philadelphia Eagles (27)

In a matchup very few have, Chip Kelly, Sam Bradford and the rest of the Philadelphia Eagles prove all the doubters wrong. Kiko Alonso plays like a stud down the stretch and re-establishes himself as one of the better linebackers in the game.

Sam Bradford stays healthy all season long and in Kelly’s system enjoys a breakthrough season. DeMarco Murray and Ryan Matthews become the north-south runners Kelly’s system needs.

What really shocks the football world is how good the Eagles defense becomes in 2015.

Super Bowl MVP

  • Jordan Matthews (WR-PHI)

A star will be born in Jordan Matthews. The kid can fly with his big frame and catches everything thrown his way.

Regular Season MVP

  • Andrew Luck (QB-IND)

This side of Aaron Roders there’s nobody better in the league. Finally, after the disappointment of 2015, the Colts realize the offensive line needs a major overhaul.

Offensive Player of the Year

  • Adrian Peterson (RB-MIN)

Running mad and angry will be the theme for Adrian Peterson all season long. Norv Turner knows how to draw it up too.

Defensive Player of the Year

  • Khalil Mack (LB-OAK)

The Houston Texans will be kicking themselves for a long time to come for drafting JaDeveon Clowney instead of Khalil Mack.

Comeback Player of the Year

  • Sam Bradford (QB-PHI)

If injury doesn’t strike him, Sam Bradford will put up 4,000-plus yards and 30-plus touchdowns in 2015.

Coach of the Year

  • Dan Quinn (HC-ATL)

With very little talent on the defensive side of the ball Dan Quinn implements his bland Cover-3 system and surprises in year one.

Offensive Rookie of the Year

  • Ameer Abdullah (RB-DET)

Ameer Abdullah will be the flashiest rookie running back the NFL has seen in a very long time.

Defensive Rookie of the Year

  • Leonard Williams (DL-NYJ)

With Sheldon Richardson suspended, New York Jets beast of a defensive lineman Leonard Williams will show why he was the most talented player in the 2015 NFL Draft.

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