Most Improved Player: Jordan Davis
One of Georgia's finest... His rookie season didn't produce the overwhelming stat line that most of us fawn over. His second season, however, has yielded a much different story.
Jordan Davis has had a monstrous sophomore season, and it's not over yet. His growth from last year to the present has been, in a word, tremendous.
The 2022 first-round selection is a hard worker who is willing to put in the extra hours so he can make his teammates look good on Sundays. He has grown with veterans like Brandon Graham and Fletcher Cox as mentors.
Also, working with fellow 'Philadelphia Bulldogs' like Nakobe Dean, Nolan Smith, and Jalen Carter has given him added motivation. Davis has only scratched the surface of his potential. Hopefully, he has a long career ahead of him, but he's continuing to take things to the next level.
Come on. Did you see him run stride for stride with Josh Allen?
Special Teams Player of the Year: Jake Elliott
During the first three weeks of the season, there were times when it looked like Jake Elliott might be the only Eagle who was going to wind up being deserving of a postseason award. While it is a blessing to have a kicker like this one, it doesn't make it any less anxiety-inducing for fans to watch games fall into Jake's hands time and time again. Here's the good news. He's clutch, and he handles his business with grace.
No one believes Jake won't come through if he has to. Justin Tucker of the Baltimore Ravens gets a lot of attention, and rightfully so, but Philly has a gem in Number 4. Thankfully, he'll be around for a while.