Predicting The 2013 NFL Awards

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Feb. 2, 2013; New Orleans, LA, USA: The NFL logo on display near the red carpet prior to the Super Bowl XLVII NFL Honors award show at Mahalia Jackson Theater. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

The ultimate goal for an NFL player is to hoist the Lombardi Trophy in February. This is a known fact. But guys that play in this league also have dreams of hoisting a trophy that may not be as important as the one you receive when winning the Super Bowl, but still has meaning attached to it.

When players are given one of the NFL awards at the end of the season, it shows how much work they put in to that particular season, and as someone who has played sports in the past, it feels good to be acknowledged for accomplishing what you did throughout the year.

Here I will predict which players will receive these prestigious awards at the conclusion of the 2013 season. Feel free to comment below with your reactions, and which selections you agree with, and which ones you don’t. Enjoy!

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  • Paul V. Suffriti

    “The Steelers may opt to only put him on the field for passing situations, and return him to the sidelines on first and second down.”

    How will Jarvis Jones be the “rookie defensive player of the year” if he is only potentially effective on third down passing situations? He may be an upgrade on the Steelers defense but will not be the complete player to earn the award.

    The winner will most likely be the player who can perform effectively on three downs.

    • Cyrus Geller

      The reason I think Jones will win the award because of his pass rushing prowess. I think he has the potential to really do some special things on that front. He may struggle in terms of stopping the run, but that will improve with time in the league, and in the weight room.

      • Paul V. Suffriti

        Guess I’ll have to check out what Jarvis Jones does this year with the Steelers……