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NFL. Who will be the MVP of 2022? Predictions halftime

Less than two months separate us from the start of the 103rd Season in NFL history. It will be on September 8 when the defending c

NFL. Who will be the MVP of 2022? Predictions halftime


Less than two months separate us from the start of the 103rd Season in NFL history. It will be on September 8 when the defending champions, the Los Angeles Rams, face one of the great favorites to occupy their throne, the Buffalo Bills, but beyond the Super Bowl there are other great individual prizes for which all the stars They will fight throughout the campaign.

It’s time for predictions, so I want to share with you who are my favorites to win the NFL in 2022 and other distinctions reserved only for elite players.

Who for Most Valuable Player (MVP)?

  • Josh Allen, Quarterback, Buffalo Bills
  • 2021-2022 stats: 4,407 yards, 36 TDs, 15 interceptions

It should come as no surprise that Josh Allen is a top contender for MVP this coming season, considering he was second in voting for the award last year. There is no doubt that his team will be one of the favorites to win the Super Bowl next year, which will help their chances of winning the award.

Who for Best Offensive Player?

  • Justin Jefferson, Wide Receiver, Minnesota Vikings
  • 2021-2022 stats: 108 receptions, 1,616 yards, 10 TDs

The Vikings were always a defensive-minded team under head coach Mike Zimmer, but he has been replaced with former Rams offensive coordinator Kevin O’Connell, and that suggests they will evolve into a more explosive-minded squad. offensive. Jefferson already had an amazing year with a defensive-minded coach and now, with an offensive first team, he’s in a great position to have an even better year.

Who for Best Defensive Player?

  • Myles Garrett, defensive end, Cleveland Browns
  • 2021-2022 stats: 16 sacks, 18 assisted tackles

There is no doubt that Myles Garrett’s talent alone makes him one of the favorites to win the award. He was one of the best at rushing the quarterback and seeing his teammate Jadeveon Clowney leave will allow him to finish more snaps.

Who for Comeback of the Year?

  • Lamar Jackson, Quarterback, Baltimore Ravens
  • 2021-2022 stats: 2,882 yards, 16 TDs, 13 interceptions

This award is normally given to a player who missed almost the entire season due to injury and Jackson has a great chance to win this award. He struggled last year because most of the team was injured, but with everyone healthy and one of the best tight ends in the NFL at his disposal in Mark Andrews, he will definitely resurface. His talent is undeniable earning an MVP.