We’ve highjacked the NFL Honors ceremony a month early. Here’s an Eagles-heavy take on where those awards should be handed.
Yep, you read that correctly. Award shows are often shams, so we have taken it upon ourselves to take control of the NFL Honors ceremony. Here’s who we’re handing awards to.
Jalen Hurts, Most Valuable Player
We don’t care what the court of public opinion says. We’re ignoring the oddsmakers and Las Vegas. Jalen Hurts is the NFL’s Most Valuable Player.
These days the MVP trophy is given to the quarterback with the best stats or the quarterback on the best team. Well, the Eagles are the NFL’s best team, and even if a two-game absence ultimately costs QB1 the trophy, if we haven’t learned anything else, we’ve learned the Birds are better when he plays.
If this award was truly about ‘value’, Jalen’s odds would have never fallen off in the first place.
Nick Sirianni, NFL Coach of the Year
As a rookie head coach, Nick Sirianni was the only first-timer to lead his team to the postseason. In year two, he has led his team to the doorstep of the game’s best win-loss total and a franchise record for wins.
Heck, that sounds like he should be a two-time NFL Coach of the Year from where we’re sitting.