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Favorites to win the 2024 NFL Awards

The 2024 NFL season has been one of the most competitive, from the playoff qualification race to the postseason action. Everything has been a close competition, and we are heading to the Super Bowl finals. This concludes that we will get our NFL champions and also the NFL award winners. The results are yet to be announced. Before that, let us look at the favorites to win the 2024 NFL Awards.

Favorites to win the 2024 NFL Awards

  • Most Valuable Player: Lamar Jackson (Baltimore Ravens)
  • Offensive Player of the Year: Christian McCaffrey (San Francisco 49ers)
  • Defensive Player of the Year: TJ Watt (Pittsburgh Steelers)
  • Comeback Player of the Year: Joe Flacco (Cleveland Browns)
  • Offense Rookie of the Year: CJ Stroud (Houston Texans)
  • Defense Rookie of the Year: Will Anderson (Houston Texans)
  • Rookie of the Year: CJ Stroud (Houston Texans)
  • Coach of the Year: DeMeco Ryans (Houston Texans)

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is the favorite to win the 2024 NFL MVP Award. There are chances for Christian McCaffrey to add some twists to the MVP Award. But when it comes to the Offensive Player of the Year award, Christian McCaffrey leads the race.

Talking about the rookies, Houston Texans quarterback CJ Stroud is a favorite to win at least one of the Offensive Rookie of the Year or the Rookie of the Year. There is some possibility of him winning both because he has been consistent throughout the season.

Do you agree with the favorites list? Let us know your views in the comment section.

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Nikhil Lopes
Nikhil Lopes
Hi, this is Nikhil Lopes, who has a great interest in sports. Nikhil has been following several sports in the past few years, like the NFL, football, NBA, F1, UFC, cricket, and many more. The term 'sports addict' completely suits him.

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