2017 NFL Offensive Player Awards

Here is GreenRush’s NFL Offensive Player awards for 2017. Most of these players are on playoff teams, but not being on one doesn’t exclude anyone. It seems only fair that teams in the post-season get the most attention during the post-season. If they finished the season on injured reserve, they were omitted from the list.

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Tom Brady, Jared Goff, Case Keenum

  • Tom Brady will be on this list until he dies. Dude is 40 and still throwing ropes over defensive backs half his age. He finished the year in top 5 of every important passing stat in the league and lead the Patriots to another AFC East championship.
  • Jared Goff was basically left for dead at the end of the 2016 season. Enter Sean McVay and Goff became one of the most consistent players in the league and lead to Rams as the best offensive unit of 2017.
  • Case Keenum was the third quarterback on the depth chart in 2016. In 2017, he didn’t have the stats Goff and Brady had, but he played lights out. He made good decisions all year and constantly drove this team for long drives against good defenses and crushed bad defenses. Keenum did everything asked of a franchise quarterback in 2017.

Running Backs

Todd Gurley, Le’veon Bell, Kareem Hunt

  • Todd Gurley had over 2000 total yards and absolutely smashed defensive backfields all year long. He had over 70 percent of his team’s offense was the focal point of a potent Rams offensive attack.
  • Le’veon Bell is doing it all for the Steelers. Another 1200 yard season to his stat sheet, another season of defenders looking silly. Even the biggest Steeler’s haters can find joy in the way this dude runs the ball.
  • Kareem Hunt stole the heart of the league after his first month of play. He burst onto the scene with three straight 200 all-purpose yard games finished only behind Gurley in rushing yards.


 Max Unger, Jason Kelcy

  • Max Unger took his services to New Orleans and this season that run game was the talk of the town. Alvin Kamara and Mark Ingram are the best duo in football and it isn’t even close. Unger is the quarterback of that line, he sets his backs up for success with calls and runs guys into the ground once the ball is hiked. As a Hawks fan, I miss him.
  • Jason Kelcy is a reason why the Eagles can use four running backs with success. The Eagles will lean on their running backs on offensive lineman during the postseason after the Carson Wentz injury.


Kyle Long, Marshall Yanda, David DeCastro

  • Kyle Long has paved the way for back to back Jordan Howard 1000 yard campaigns. The Bears running game was one of the lone bright spots during a weak season, and Long was key to that.
  • Marshall Yanda has blocked for a number of Ravens running backs and they always have success. The Ravens have a knack of taking running backs from other teams and turning them into workhorses for the Raven offense. Yanda is a big reason for that success.
  • David DeCastro is a Bellevue native that has been holding down the Steelers offensive line since 2012. Paving the way for LeVeon Bell and the third best rushing offense this season.


Lane Johnson, Andrew Whitworth

  • Lane Johnson protected Carson Wentz and the Eagles backfield and helped them lock down a first round bye
  • Andrew Whitworth helped lead Todd Gurley to 2000 all purpose yards and kept Goff upright and helped him shed his “first round bust” title.

Tight Ends

Kyle Rudolph, Travis Kelcie

  • Kyle Rudolph is one of the most complete tight ends in football and the best red zone threat for the Minnesota Vikings. He isn’t a big yardage guy, but his impact for this team is immense.
  • Travis Kelcie is the big yardage guy. This guy easily surpassed Gronk in 2017 has the best tight end in football. He does it all, but is an elite receiving threat and has some of the best dance moves in the league.

Wide Receivers

Antonio Brown, Adam Thielen,  Deandre Hopkins,

  • Antonio Brown is simply the best pass catcher in football. He should be in MVP running. After missing the last two games he still had over 100 catches and 1100 yards. Hopefully he’s fully healthy during for the post-season.
  • Adam Thielen is consistence personified. Guaranteed to get at least three catches a game. He was Case Keenum’s safety net all season long averaging 14 yards a catch to a tune of over 1200 yards..
  • Deandre Hopkins balls out always. No matter who throws him the ball and or who covers him, he makes plays that any football fan’s jaw hang. His signature red gloves always come down with the ball. It will be exciting to see what he does with full off-season with rookie Deshaun Watson.


Jake Elliot, Justin Tucker

  • Jake Elliot is a rookie. He only missed five field goals on the year and kicked five field-goals over 50 yards including a 61 yarder.
  • Justin Tucker is ice cold. He loves pressure and it shows, he never misses game winning kicks and put in another great statistical year for the Ravens.

Return Men

Tyler Lockett, Adoree Jackson, Pharoh Cooper

  • Tyler Lockett was third in the league for kick off return yardage this year. He kept us in the playoff run this season with his return score against the Cardinals in week 17.
  • Adoree Jackson is a jack of all trades for the Tennessee Titans. Punt returner, kick returner and corner back, this kid is a pure athletic freak. He finished top ten in return yards this year.
  • Pharoh Cooper lead the league with over 1200 return yards and a kick return touchdown. The Rams special teams is the best in the league, and Cooper is one of the best at setting up the offense in good field position.

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