Philadelphia Eagles way-too-early 2020 team awards

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Philadelphia Eagles Offensive rookie of the year: Jalen Reagor

There’s no nice way to say this. Right now, Jalen Reagor isn’t better than Justin Jefferson, but he is pretty good. No one knows if he ever will be better than Jefferson one day, but here’s what we do know. He’s been much more valuable to this team than his fellow rookies like Quez Watkins, John Hightower, Jalen Hurts, Luke Juriga, and Jason Huntley

Philadelphia Eagles Offensive MVP: Jason Kelce

Both of Miles Sanders’ fumbles in 2020 have come at awful times, but when is there ever a good time to fumble? Even still, he is, without question, the best offensive player on this team. The most valuable player on this Eagles offense is Jason Kelce though.

Jeff Stoutland has had to juggle the offensive line all season, but he’s always been able to depend on the anchor. Kelce’s next start in Week 12 versus the Seattle Seahawks will be his 100th-consecutive. It’s time that we start calling this man a future Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee. He deserves that.

Philadelphia Eagles FedEx Air and Ground Players of the Year:

This one’s pretty obvious. Miles Sanders takes the FedEx Ground Player of the Year Award thanks to his 585 rushing yards and his three touchdowns after seven games and 102 rushing attempts. One of the nice surprises of the season, Travis Fulgham is the FedEx Air Player of the Year. He’s hauled in 31 receptions for 451 yards and four touchdowns in seven games this season.