MVP- Tom Brady QB New England Patriots
Analysis: Brady will have a great season as long as the Patriots o-line can keep him upright. He might not throw 50 TD's but he might come close.
Coach of the Year - Jack Del Rio Jacksonville Jaguars
Analysis: The Jags have a revamped roster, but they have a motivated Torry Holt and a younger and better pass blocking Offensive Line. Expect the Jags to go 11-5.
Offensive Player of the Year - Adrian Peterson RB Minnesota Vikings
Analysis: League's best running back. If he keeps improving at this pace a 2,000 yard season is not out of the question.
Defensive Player of the Year - Albert Haynesworth DT Washington Redskins
Analysis: The best DT in the buisness. Will improve an already stout run defense and will free up Carter to make plays. More pressure will allow ball-hawking Safety LaRon Landry to have a pro-bowl caliber season.
Offensive Rookie of the Year - LeSean McCoy RB Philadelphia Eagles
Analysis: I'm just not sure that Brian Westbrook will be healthy. LeSean McCoy has many of the skills Westbrook has will be a potential stud as a rookie if Westbrook doesn't comeback healthy as expected.
Defensive Player of the Year - Aaron Curry LB Seattle Seahawks
Analysis: Best LB in the draft. Has great speed and recognition skills. Will replace Julian Peterson as the Seahawks top playmaking linebacker.
Comeback Player of the Year - Keith Rivers LB Cincinnati Bengals
Analysis: He was a potential defensive rookie of the year before Hines Ward lit him up and broke his jaw. He is extremely gifted and will lead an improving Bengals defensive that was ranked 12th last year.