2022 NFL Season Award and Playoff Predictions

The 2022 NFL Season is nearly upon us. As part of the run up to the season, we’re preview all the teams, culminating with our picks for who makes the playoffs and who wins the awards this season. Check back each day through September 5. Let’s get ready for some football!

The 2022 NFL Season is upon us. Literally a week from today we’ll be enjoy our first Sunday of the new season. Before that happens, out team offers up some fearless predictions for who will win the big awards and who will win the whole thing!

Matthew Fox (@knighthawk7734)

MVP: Josh Allen—It’s his year.

Offensive Player of the Year: Justin Herbert—I think the Chargers take a step forward.

Defensive Player of the Year: Von Miller—a renaissance for a huge signing

Coach of the Year: Dan Campbell—The Lions might not make the playoffs, but I love what Campbell is doing.

Comeback Player of the Year: J.K. Dobbins—He’ll be a force for the Ravens.

NFC Playoffs:
1. Los Angeles Rams
2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
3. Dallas Cowboys
4. Green Bay Packers
5. Philadelphia Eagles
6. Minnesota Vikings
7. New Orleans Saints

AFC Playoffs:
1. Buffalo Bills
2. Los Angeles Chargers
3. Cincinnati Bengals
4. Indianapolis Colts
5. Denver Broncos
6. Kansas City Chiefs
7. Baltimore Ravens

Super Bowl: Bills vs. Buccaneers

John Hamelers (@iheartcaravans)

MVP: Tom Brady—Not the MVP necessarily, but a lifetime achievement kind of deal they do sometimes.

Offensive Player of the Year: Justin Herbert—probably shoulda won MVP, but still gets hardware. Wins the toughest division in football.

Defensive Player of the Year: Nick Bosa—the Niners sport the No. 1 ranked D in the league and Bosa is the reason. 18+ sacks.

Coach of the Year: Mike Tomlin—Getting this version of the Steelers into the playoffs deserves the lifetime achievement award Brady got.

Comeback Player of the Year: Travis Etienne—He redshirted his freshman season, but explodes as a 3 down option for a surprisingly fun to watch Jags team. Leads the league in total yards with 10-plus total TDs.

Super Bowl: Chargers vs. Buccaneers

Timmy Rever (@timreve)

MVP: Patrick Mahomes
Offensive Player of the Year: Derrick Henry
Defensive Player of the Year: Myles Garrett
Coach of the Year: Arthur Smith
Comeback Player of the Year: Derrick Henry

NFC Playoff Teams
1. Green Bay Packers
2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
3. Los Angeles Rams
4. Dallas Cowboys

5. Minnesota Vikings

6. Philadelphia Eagles

7. San Francisco 49ers

AFC Playoff Teams:
1. Tennessee Titans
2. Kansas City Chiefs
3. Buffalo Bills
4. Cincinnati Bengals
5. Denver Broncos
6. Los Angeles Chargers
7. Las Vegas Raiders

Super Bowl: Titans vs Packers

Ricky Valero (@rickyvalero_)

MVP: Patrick Mahomes

Offensive Player of the Year: Davante Adams

Defensive Player of the Year: Joey Bosa

Coach of the Year: John Harbaugh

Comeback Player of the Year: Christian McCaffrey

NFC Playoffs:
1. Los Angeles Rams
2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
3. Philadelphia Eagles
4. Green Bay Packers
5. Dallas Cowboys
6. San Francisco 49ers
7. Minnesota Vikings

AFC Playoffs:
1. Buffalo Bills
2. Kansas City Chiefs
3. Baltimore Ravens
4. Indianapolis Colts
5. Los Angeles Chargers
6. Las Vegas Raiders
7. Miami Dolphins

Super Bowl: Bills versus Rams

Matthew Fox is a graduate of the Radio, Television and Film program at Biola University, and a giant nerd. He spends his free time watching movies, TV, and obsessing about football. He is a member of the FSWA. You can find him @knighthawk7734 on Twitter and as co-host of the Fantasy Football Roundtable Podcast.

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