"NFL Live" has come up with its midseason list of the best players, coaches and plays of the 2012 season. We still have about half the season to go, but if it ended today, whom would you put at the top of the heap? Does rookie phenom Robert Griffin III deserve to run the table on the categories he's in? Would you give the Defensive MVP award to a Bears player or the monstrously effective J.J. Watt? Cast your votes now and watch "NFL Live" Wednesday (4 p.m. ET, ESPN).
The Manning brothers are putting up big stats, but Matt Ryan's Falcons haven't lost yet under his leadership and potent aerial attack.
Charles Tillman and Tim Jennings have been making it awful hard for any opposing quarterbacks to excel against the Bears.
Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III have both put up big games, but are they the best rookie quarterbacks in the league?
Lots of rookies have made big impacts this season at other positions. Chandler Jones is a bright spot on the Patriots' defense, for instance.
Gary Kubiak's Texans were derailed by Matt Schaub's injury last season, but he has them in a good position this year.
Vick Ballard's crazy overtime touchdown thrilled Colts fans, but he is up against stiff competition from Nate Washington and Robert Griffin III.
The most shocking ending of the season was the Seahawks' Hail Mary against the Packers, but we're not including it for obvious reasons.