PFT’s Week 11 2022 NFL Awards

PFT’s Week 11 2022 NFL Awards


It’s time for the awards. It’s time for the awards.

This is where I fill in a few paragraphs explaining what the rewards are. After the previous 10 weeks, I don’t have to do that.

So we can reach you directly. Five award winners. Numerous other finalists for each.

Offensive Player of the Week: Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce.

Kelce, a first-ballot Hall of Famer and, in the quarterback’s opinion Patrick MahomesArguably the greatest tight end of all time, he at least reached finalist status by wearing an awesome “Football, Family and Fonzie” shirt during pregame warmups.

Kelce then hosted a show starring Henry Winkler, who played the iconic character, once the most popular television personality in the United States. Six catches, 115 yards and three touchdowns, including the game-winner.

Even without Tyreek Hill, The Chiefs offense continues. He’s still rolling in large part because he still has Travis Kelce.

Other finalists: Titans running back Derrick Henry (87 rushing yards, one touchdown, 45 receiving yards, two completions, one passing touchdown), Raiders quarterback Derek Carr (307 yards passing, two touchdowns), Falcons running Cordarrelle Patterson (52 yards rushing, 103-yard punt return for touchdown), Lions running back Jamaal Williams (three rushing touchdowns), Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow (355 yards passing, four touchdowns, two interceptions), Bengals running back Samaje Perineo (receiving three touchdowns), Cowboys running back Tony Pollard (189 yards, two touchdowns), Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (329 yards passing, three touchdowns).

Defensive Player of the Week: Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons.

After a week of being neutralized by a stout running attack that lacked the pass rush, the Neo-Doomsday Defense shut down the Minnesota offense, sacking the quarterback. Kirk Cousins a career-high seven times. Parsons was the undisputed leader of the group.

It started on the opening album. Parsons chased down Cousins ​​and forced a fumble. Although the Cowboys managed just three points on the short field, it set the tone for what turned out to be a blowout — the biggest road win in franchise history.

Other finalists: Patriots linebacker Matthew Judon (1.5 sacks), Lions defensive end Aidan Hutchinson (interception, fumble recovery), Lions defensive line Alim McNeill (One sack, three tackles for loss), Raiders defensive end Max Crosby (two sacks, forced fumble), Bengals defensive end Trey Hendrickson (two sacks).

Rookies of the Week: Lions defenseman Aidan Hutchinson.

The rookie tends to do his best work when he’s chasing the quarterback. On Sunday, he pretended to do so before dropping into coverage and making a spectacular interception that led to the win against the Giants.

It came with less than seven minutes left in the first half. The Giants won the game, 6-3. On a second-and-six play that started at the New York 31, Hutchinson rushed and then backed off, clearing the line and returning inside the 20.

Hutchinson also recovered a fumble. The interception made him the second player since 1982 with at least five sacks and two interceptions in his first 10 career games, joining Leslie O’Neal in 1986.

Other finalists: Titans receiver Treylon Burks (seven catches, 111 yards), Packers wide receiver Christian Watson (catching two touchdowns), Bills running back James Cook (86 in streak), Chiefs receiver Skye Moore (five catches, 63 yards), receiver for the Saints Chris Olave (five catches, 102 yards, one touchdown).

Coach of the Week: Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy.

A week after returning to Green Bay and leading the first game in franchise history to lead by 14 points or more in the fourth quarter, McCarthy got his team ready to burst the bubble of a struggling Minnesota team. ways to win late games.

The best way to avoid a magical late-game comeback is to build an early lead and keep building it, making fourth-quarter magic impossible. That’s exactly what the Cowboys did.

Of course, that’s easier said than done. The Cowboys, however, made it look easy on Sunday.

Other finalists: 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan, Commanders coach Ron Rivera, Bills coach Sean McDermott, Lions coach Dan Campbell, Titans coach Mike Vrabel.

Play of the week: 86 yard punt return Patriots quarterback touchdown Marcus Jones.

A 3-3 tie resulted in a 10-3 win for the Patriots after defensive tackle Marcus Jones. He took the 86-yard punt to pay dirt Coach Bill Belichick has he made a big mistake Jones created the blockade.

After Jones cleared on the sideline, he broke inside to avoid the punter Braden Mannand Jones was gone.

It’s possible, if not likely, that the touch was cemented through an illegal block at the back. But it is not a fault if it is not called, and it was not called.

The end result? The Patriots went on to win by scoring just three points. Thanks to Jones and his teammates who cleared the way.

Other finalists: Titans running back Derrick Henry three-yard touchdown pass to the end Austin HooperChargers quarterback Justin Herbert‘s 51 yard touchdown pass to Joshua PalmerThe bear wears tight Cole Kmet‘s one-handed 26-yard catchCowboys running back Tony Pollard 68 yards catch and run for a touchdown, the Cowboys receiver CeeDee the Lamb‘s toe tap side catchhas touch kick Raiders quarterback Derek Carr to receiver Danvante AdamsCommanders defensive rear Kendall Fuller’s six picksFalcons running back Cordarrelle Patterson 103-yard kickoff return for a touchdown.

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