Who was the rookie of the year in the AFC South this season: Deshaun Watson or Leonard Fournette? What about the offensive MVP in the NFC West: Jared Goff, Todd Gurley II or Russell Wilson? Coach of the year in the AFC East: Bill Belichick or Sean McDermott?
NFL Nation reporters voted on the offensive and defensive MVPs, coach of the year and rookie of the year in each division. Find out whether there were any surprises or winners you disagree with.
The New England Patriots might have been the class of the NFL in the regular season, but the surprising success of the Bills impressed some of our reporters enough to make our choices more intriguing. See our winners here.
The Pittsburgh Steelers were the only team from the division to earn a playoff berth during a down year for the AFC North. But not all of the positions were a lock. In fact, the Steelers had multiple contenders for the offensive MVP award. Which of the Killer B's would you pick? See our winners here.
Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt was the sole unanimous pick for our postseason awards in the AFC West, so that left plenty of debate for the other three categories -- including who would win our honor for the division's top coach. See our winners here.
There was only one team in this division that didn't produce an award winner, and it wasn't the Cowboys, as DeMarcus Lawrence turned in a strong season. See which team was shut out and how many awards were won by the Eagles. See our winners here.
When a team dominates a division like the Minnesota Vikings did this season, it's no surprise when their players show up in postseason awards. See if it was a full sweep or whether a rookie from another team edged in. See our winners here.
Not only did the Rams finish first in the NFC West with an 11-5 record in 2017, but the team also cleaned up with our postseason awards. See our winners here.