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The National Football League’s Award Winners for the 2020 – 2021 NFL Season

At the end of every season in the National Football League the NFL takes time to honor, celebrate, and award the best players in each of the various categories at their annual award show. The National Football League has just released the list of winners and honored all seven of the award winners for the past 2020 – 2021 NFL season through a virtual award ceremony. Congratulations to all of the award winners, and it was truly great to watch them perform at such a high level over the last year.
The Most Valuable Player Award
 The NFL’s 2020 – 2021 most valuable player award went to Aaron Rodgers the quarterback of the Green Bay Packers. He became only the 6th player to be awarded the NFL’s MVP at least 3 times, and this year it wasn’t even a close race to the NFL’s MVP. Rodgers received 44 of the 50 available votes from the panel of nationwide media voters. The quarterback of the Buffalo Bills, Josh Allen, got 4 votes, and the quarterback of the Kansas City Chiefs, Patrick Mahomes, received 2 votes.
Rodgers previously won the NFL’s MVP for the 2011 – 2012 NFL season and for the 2014 – 2015 NFL season. Now with three NFL MVP awards Aaron is in the company of Brett Favre, Jim Brown, Tom Brady, and Johnny Unitas who have also won three NFL MVP awards. All five of the previously mentioned outstanding players with 3 NFL MVP awards are behind only Peyton Manning who has won the coveted award an unbelievable five times. Manning will be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame this August as he is one of the eight individuals in the 2021 class of the Pro Football Hall of Famers.
Rodgers helped lead the Packers to a regular season record of 13 and 3 this past season as well as the NFC championship game in which the Green Bay Packers lost to the Super Bowl LV champions in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Aaron is now only the third player in the history of the NFL to lead the league in passing touchdowns with his 48 while having thrown the least amount of interceptions with his 5 during a single season. In 2010 Tom Brady accomplished this, and in 1958 Johnny Unitas achieved that rare mark too. Rodgers also set his NFL career high in total quarterback rating with the number of 84.4 which happens to be the third highest total QBR since this statistic has become a universal measuring tool for quarterbacks in the National Football League approximately 15 years ago.
Rodgers’ Career Achievements, Awards, and Honors

Super Bowl champion (XLV)
Super Bowl MVP (XLV)
3 time NFL Most Valuable Player (2011, 2014, 2020)
3 time NFL First – Team All – Pro (2011, 2014, 2020)
NFL Second – Team All – Pro (2012)
9 time NFL Pro Bowl selection (2009, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018, 2019, 2020)
3 time NFL passer rating leader (2011, 2012, 2020)
2 time NFL passing touchdowns leader (2016, 2020)
NFL completion percentage leader (2020)
NFL 2010’s All – Decade Team
Associated Press Athlete of the Year (2011)
Bert Bell Award (2011)

The Offensive Player of the Year Award
The recipient of this year’s offensive player of the year award is the running back of the Tennessee Titans, Derrick Henry, who received 32 of the 50 votes available. The runner ups for this honor were Rodgers and Mahomes who both earned 5 votes. Henry rushed for 2,027 yards throughout the 2020 – 2021 NFL season which was the 5th highest mark of all time in the National Football League for single season rushing yards.
Over the last year he also ran in 17 touchdowns now making Henry only the 6th player in NFL history to lead the league in rushing yards as well as touchdowns in back to back consecutive football seasons. Since 2010 Derrick is only the 4thrunning back to win the offensive player of the year award, and he is the first to do so since 2017 when Todd Gurley won the offensive player of the year award.
Derrick Henry’s Career Achievements, Awards, and Honors

NFL Offensive Player of the Year (2020)
NFL First – Team All – Pro (2020)
NFL Second – Team All – Pro (2019)
2 time NFL Pro Bowl selection (2019, 2020)
2 time NFL rushing yards leader (2019, 2020)
2 time NFL rushing touchdowns leader (2019, 2020)
2,000 – yard club (2020)
CFP national champion (2015)
Heisman Trophy (2015)
Maxwell Award (2015)
Doak Walker Award (2015)
Walter Camp Award (2015)
Unanimous All – American (2015)
2 time SEC Champion (2014, 2015)
First – Team All – SEC (2015)
SEC Offensive Player of the Year (2015)
All – Time High School Football Rushing Leader
Yulee Hornets Number 2 retired
USA Today High School All – American (2012)
Florida’s Mr. Football (2012)

The Defensive Player of the Year Award
The defensive player of the year award for the 2020 – 2021 NFL season went to Aaron Donald who is a defensive tackle for the Los Angeles Rams. Donald pulled in 27 of the 50 votes just edging out second place finisher in this race being T. J. Watt of the Pittsburgh Steelers who received 20 total votes for the DPOY award.
Aaron has now won the defensive player of the year award 3 out of the last 4 years as he also won this honor for the 2017 – 2018 NFL season as well as the 2018 – 2019 NFL season. Since 1971 when this award was first presented only J. J. Watt of the Houston Texans and Lawrence Taylor of the New York Giants have won this award on 3 occasions.
Donald led the NFL in quarterback pressures this season with 54 of them. He was able to also lead the NFL in pass rush win rate for an interior defensive lineman with a rate of 24.2 % even though Aaron was double teamed on 65.7 % of his total pass rushes over the last year which is the third highest rate of being double teamed in the NFL last season. This is the 3rd consecutive season where the ever impressive and dominant Donald led the NFL in pass rush win rate as an interior defensive lineman.
Donald’s Career Achievements, Awards, and Honors

3 time NFL Defensive Player of the Year (2017, 2018, 2020)
NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year (2014)
6 time NFL First – Team All – Pro (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020)
7 time NFL Pro Bowl selection (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020)
NFL sacks leader (2018)
NFL 2010’s All – Decade Team
Sporting News 2010’s All – Decade Team
PFWA All – Rookie Team (2014)
ACC Defensive Player of the Year (2013)
Bronko Nagurski Trophy (2013)
Chuck Bednarik Award (2013)
Lombardi Award (2013)
Outland Trophy (2013)
Unanimous All – American (2013)

The Offensive Rookie of the Year Award
The quarterback of the Los Angeles Chargers, Justin Herbert, ran away with the offensive rookie of the year award as he received 41 of the 50 available votes. The wide receiver of the Minnesota Vikings took in the second most votes for this honor with 9 votes. The Los Angeles Chargers selected Herbert with the 6th overall pick in the first round of the 2020 NFL draft.
He was quickly thrown in to the league when he was forced to start the second game of the 2020 – 2021 NFL season for the Los Angeles Chargers when their starting quarterback, Tyrod Taylor, was injured by his medical staff receiving an injection. Justin had an absolutely amazing rookie year in the NFL as he threw for an unbelievable 4,336 yard as well as 31 touchdown passes in just 15 regular season games last year. His 31 touchdown throws are good for a single season record for rookies in the National Football League. Herbert definitely has a bright future in the NFL, and hopefully he will only continue to grow and develop in to one of the elite quarterbacks in professional football over the next decade or so.
Herbert’s Career Achievements, Awards, and Honors

NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year (2020)
PFWA Rookie of the Year (2020)
PFWA Offensive Rookie of the Year (2020)
PFWA All – Rookie Team (2020)
Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Year (2020)
2020 Rose Bowl MVP
2020 Senior Bowl MVP
William V. Campbell Trophy (2019)
3 time Academic All – American (2017, 2018, 2019)

The Defensive Rookie of the Year Award 
The extremely fast, strong, and explosive defensive end for the Washington Football Team, Chase Young, won the defensive rookie of the year award with his 42.5 votes. The Carolina Panthers safety Jeremy Chinn was second in voting for the defensive rookie of the year award with just 4.5 votes. Young was the 2nd overall selection in the first round of the 2020 NFL draft, and he was taken by the Washington Football Team for obvious reason, the man is a beast.
Over the course of his rookie campaign Young recorded 7.5 sacks, 4 forced fumbles, and 3 fumble recoveries. This has only been done as a rookie by the great defensive player, Terrell Suggs, over the past 20 football seasons. As long as Young can remain healthy he should be quite a handful for the opposing offenses in the National Football League for many years to come.
Young’s Career Achievements, Awards, and Honors

Defensive Rookie of the Year (2020)
Pro Bowl (2020)
PFWA All – Rookie Team (2020)
Big Ten Male Athlete of the Year (2020)
Bronko Nagurski Trophy (2019)
Chuck Bednarik Award (2019)
Ted Hendricks Award (2019)
Chicago Tribune Silver Football (2019)
Nagurski – Woodson Defensive Player of the Year (2019)
Smith – Brown Defensive Lineman of the Year (2019)
Unanimous All – American (2019)
Big Ten 2010’s All – Decade Team
First – Team All – Big Ten (2019)
Second – Team All – Big Ten (2018)

The Coach of the Year Award
The coach of the year award this year went to the Cleveland Browns head coach, Kevin Stefanski, for helping pull the Cleveland Browns out of the bottom of the barrel in the National Football League. Stefanski received 25 of the 50 votes while the Buffalo Bills head coach, Sean McDermott, was second with 7 votes, and the head coach of the Miami Dolphins, Brian Flores, was third place with 6 votes for the coach of the year award.
Stefanski led the Cleveland Browns to their first winning season since 2007, and the Cleveland Browns first NFL postseason appearance since 2002. This year the Cleveland Browns won their first playoff game since 1994. Enough said on why Stefanski deserved this great honor.
Stefanski’s Career Achievements, Awards, and Honors

AP NFL Coach of the Year (2020)
First Team All – Ivy League (2002)
PFWA Coach of the Year (2020)
Sporting News Coach of the Year (2020)

The Comeback Player of the Year Award
The quarterback of the Washington Football Team, Alex Smith, won the comeback player of the year award by receiving 49 of the 50 votes. The Pittsburgh Steelers veteran quarterback, Ben Roethlisberger, did get the other available vote for this category. Smith suffered a devastating broken tibia and fibula a while back during a football game, and this injury resulted in 17 surgeries due to nasty infections that nearly caused him to have to amputate his right leg.
Miraculously Smith was able to overcome those incredible obstacles to return to NFL game action and start as the quarterback for the Washington Football Team. What an amazing story this was, and it is easy to understand why Alex was honored with the comeback player of the year award for the 2020 – 2021 NFL season.
Smith’s Career Achievements, Awards, and Honors

NFL Comeback Player of the Year (2020)
3 time NFL Pro Bowl selection (2013, 2016, 2017)
NFL passer rating leader (2017)
First – Team All – American (2004)
MWC Offensive Player of the Year (2004)

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Peyton Manning Selected for Pro Football Hall of Fame


A pair of Aarons pulled off an N.F.L. hat trick Saturday night.Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers earned his third Associated Press Most Valuable Player Award, while Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald took his third top defensive player prize at N.F.L. Honors.Another notable trio for the night: Charles Woodson, Peyton Manning and Calvin Johnson, who were selected for the Pro Football Hall of Fame in their first year of eligibility.Also taking home awards were two members of the Washington Football Team: quarterback Alex Smith won the Comeback Player of the Year Award in one of the most inspirational stories of 2020, and edge rusher Chase Young was recognized as the top defensive rookie.Derrick Henry, the Tennessee Titans’ 2,000-yard rusher, won the Offensive Player of the Year Award, and the offensive rookie honor went to Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert. Cleveland’s Kevin Stefanski was named the coach of the year, and Buffalo offensive coordinator Brian Daboll earned assistant coach honors.Rodgers had perhaps the best season of his 16-year career, leading Green Bay to a 13-3 regular season, the N.F.C.’s best mark. Just a few months after questions arose about his comfort level with the Packers — and their choosing a quarterback in the first round of April’s draft — Rodgers, who turned 37 in December, tore up the N.F.L. Rodgers topped the league with 48 touchdown passes with a completion rate of 70.7 percent. He was picked off just five times.The night also belonged to Manning, the quarterback whose meticulous attention to detail helped turn the 21st-century gridiron into a chessboard on turf. The son of Saints legend Archie Manning and brother of two-time Super Bowl champion Eli Manning will be joined later this year in Canton by another first-ballot lock, Woodson, the defensive back who beat out Peyton Manning for the Heisman Trophy in 1997, and then spent nearly two decades trying to stop him. Johnson, who was known as Megatron, was also a first-ballot selection, his mere nine years of playmaking excellence with the Detroit Lions more than enough to persuade the panel.Also making it were guard Alan Faneca, who made nine Pro Bowls and missed only one game over 13 seasons with the Steelers, Jets and Cardinals; and John Lynch, the hard-hitting safety who burnished his reputation in Tampa Bay, which plays Kansas City for the Super Bowl title Sunday.Cowboys receiver Drew Pearson was selected in the senior category; former Raiders Coach Tom Flores, as a coach; and longtime Steelers scout Bill Nunn as a contributor.In a nod to Covid-19, the voters eschewed their traditional all-day meeting Saturday in favor of a virtual gathering on Jan. 19. The winners’ names were made public at the N.F.L. Honors awards ceremony Saturday night. Jaguars left tackle Tony Boselli and Dolphins linebacker Zach Thomas were among the finalists whose names were not called.Manning going into the hall was all but preordained. That’s fitting, in a way, because he was known for his intense preparation during the week and at the line of scrimmage, doing all he could to eliminate doubt about the result of every play before it happened.His work in the video room, his “voluntary” off-season throw-and-catch sessions with receivers, his quizzing of coaches and teammates alike during practices — all were the stuff of legend.When Manning retired after leading the Broncos to the title in 2016, he had the career records for passing yardage (71,940) and touchdowns (539), among others, and was part of the conversation as Greatest Of All Time.Drew Brees and Tom Brady have eclipsed those numbers. Brady, playing in his 10th Super Bowl on Sunday, will with a win on Sunday join Manning as the second quarterback to lead two franchises to a title. Still, he’s well aware of Manning’s role in making the modern-day passing game what it is today.“Like any great quarterback, there’s a lot of responsibility that you take on,” Brady said in the past week in reflecting on Manning’s place in the game. “You want to make sure everything’s a reflection of how you see the game and you want to make sure everyone’s on the same page. And when everyone’s seeing it through the same set of eyes, it’s a great way to play football.”He ushered in an era that turned the reading of the Xs and Os from an art to a science, setting the template for a modern-day passing game very much reliant on pre-snap reads that lead to quick decisions and allow the smartest of quarterbacks to get out of bad plays before they happen.All those smarts, of course, belied a physical gift that allowed Manning to play for 18 years, including a comeback from four delicate neck surgeries that left him unable to grip a football at first.Weeks after the second operation, Manning sneaked off to a Colorado Rockies batting cage to throw, but his first toss went about 5 yards before fluttering to the ground. Not three years later, Manning threw 55 touchdown passes — that record still stands as the most in a season — and started in the Super Bowl for the Broncos. Two seasons after that, he wasn’t in much better shape, ailing with an arch injury that cost him half the season and what was left of his limited mobility. But he guided the Broncos to a win in Super Bowl 50 — then left the field forever.Manning both entered and exited the N.F.L. the same time as Woodson, the cornerback who went to one Super Bowl in his first eight years with the Raiders, then went to Green Bay to win his only Super Bowl title, before finishing out his career as a safety in Oakland.He finished his career with 65 interceptions and 13 defensive touchdowns, tied for the career record with Rod Woodson and Darren Sharper.

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