Season Projections: Who will take home this years most sought after awards?

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Offensive Player of the year: David Johnson. I stand by my prediction from earlier this offseason. Johnson will have 1000 yards through the air and on the ground. Its going to be a massive year for fantasy owners of Johnson and the Cardinals. Stay tuned for my season predictions later this week. Johnson Is the best offensive player in the league, it would not shock me if he won MVP there is a problem though.
MVP: Aaron Rodgers. That Problem is not Tom Brady, don’t get me wrong Brady is still going to put up monster numbers but without Edelman Rodgers gets the edge. I think this is the year Rodgers throws over 50 touchdowns. He is the most purely athletic and talented QB in the NFL and because MVP usually goes to the signal callers im going with Brady.
Comeback Player of the Year: JJ Watt. Watt is going to put up massive numbers this year I’m talking close to 20 sacks numbers. Considering he just came back off an upper body injury that gives him this award in the bag.
Defensive Player of the Year: JJ Watt. Not only will Watt have close to 20 sacks hell have over 7 interceptions. The guy is going to re define a monster defensive year.
OROY: Christian McCaffery. McCaffery is going to get a lot of carries for this team. With Newton not 100 percent I can see run CMC being used heavily in the first month of the season. Don’t be shocked if you see a Zeke like rookie year out of this kid. He can flat out run.
DROY: Myle Garrett. A weirdly understated pre-season story line, Garrett is dominating in Cleveland. The guy was being triple teamed in the third pre-season game. Basically, living up to the hype that made him the number one draft pick. On a defense that can be sneaky awesome Garrett will steal the headlines and this award.
Coach of the Year: Kyle Shannahan. Will the Niners make the playoffs? No. This team is expected to go 4-12 and I think they can be a 7-9 to 9-7 team and if everything breaks right a 10-6 team that barely missed the playoffs in a tough division. Shannahan will turn Brian Hoyer from a subpar starter, to a serviceable mid-level QB and wow people once again with his gifted play calling ability.

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