The 4th Annual NFL Honors was the awards presentation by the National Football League honoring its best players and other individuals from the 2014 NFL season. It was held on January 31, 2015, and aired on NBC in the United States. Seth Meyers hosted the show. For the second year, the newest Pro Football Hall of Fame class was announced and introduced during the show with the Class of 2015 appearing on stage at Symphony Hall in Phoenix. Unlike the previous three NFL Honors presentations, the GMC Never Say Never Moment of the Year Award was not presented; although Aaron Rodgers was announced as the winner of the 2014 season award.
|4th NFL Honors|
|Date||January 31, 2015|
|Site||Phoenix Symphony Hall, Phoenix, Arizona|
|Hosted by||Seth Meyers|
|AP MVP||Aaron Rodgers||Quarterback||Green Bay Packers|
|AP Coach of the Year||Bruce Arians||Head Coach||Arizona Cardinals|
|AP Assistant Coach of the Year||Todd Bowles||Defensive Coordinator||Arizona Cardinals|
|AP Offensive Player of the Year||DeMarco Murray||Running Back||Dallas Cowboys|
|AP Defensive Player of the Year||J. J. Watt||Defensive End||Houston Texans|
|Pepsi NEXT Rookie of the Year||Teddy Bridgewater||Quarterback||Minnesota Vikings|
|AP Offensive Rookie of the Year||Odell Beckham Jr.||Wide receiver||New York Giants|
|AP Defensive Rookie of the Year||Aaron Donald||Defensive Tackle||St. Louis Rams|
|AP Comeback Player of the Year||Rob Gronkowski||Tight end||New England Patriots|
|NFL.com Fantasy Player of the Year||Le'Veon Bell||Running Back||Pittsburgh Steelers|
|Don Shula NFL High School Coach of the Year Award||Bruce Larson||Head Coach||Somerset High School (Wisconsin)|
|Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award||Thomas Davis||Linebacker||Carolina Panthers|
|FedEx Air Player of the Year||Aaron Rodgers||Quarterback||Green Bay Packers|
|FedEx Ground Player of the Year||Le'Veon Bell||Running back||Pittsburgh Steelers|
|Bridgestone Performance Play of the Year||Odell Beckham Jr.||Wide Receiver||New York Giants|
|Greatness on the Road Award||Tony Romo||Quarterback||Dallas Cowboys|
|Salute to Service Award||Jared Allen||Defensive End||Chicago Bears|
|Deacon Jones Award||Justin Houston||Outside Linebacker||Kansas City Chiefs|
|Art Rooney Award||Larry Fitzgerald||Wide Receiver||Arizona Cardinals|
Aaron Charles Rodgers (born December 2, 1983) is an American football quarterback for the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League (NFL). Rodgers played college football for the California Golden Bears, where he set several career passing records, including lowest single-season and career interception rates. He was selected in the first round of the 2005 NFL Draft by the Packers.After backing up Brett Favre for the first three years of his NFL career, Rodgers became the Packers' starting quarterback in 2008. In 2010 he led them to a victory in Super Bowl XLV over the Pittsburgh Steelers, earning the Super Bowl MVP. He was named Associated Press Athlete of the Year in 2011, and was voted league MVP by the Associated Press for the 2011 and 2014 NFL seasons.
Rodgers has led the NFL four times in touchdown-to-interception ratio (2011, 2012, 2014, 2018); twice in passer rating (2011, 2012), touchdown passing percentage (2011, 2012), and lowest passing interception percentage (2009, 2014); and once in touchdown passes (2016) and yards per attempt (2011).
Rodgers is the NFL's all-time regular season career passer rating leader and is one of two quarterbacks to have a regular season career passer rating of over 100, the other being Russell Wilson. Rodgers is fifth all-time in postseason career passer rating, has the best touchdown-to-interception ratio in NFL history at 4.23, holds the league's lowest career interception percentage at 1.5 percent and the highest single-season passer rating record of 122.5. Due to the fact that Rodgers is the NFL's all-time regular season career passer rating leader, and his overall high level of play, Rodgers is considered by some sportscasters and players to be one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time.Seth Meyers
Seth Adam Meyers (born December 28, 1973) is an American comedian, writer, actor, and television host. He hosts Late Night with Seth Meyers, a late-night talk show that airs on NBC. Prior to that, he was a cast member and head writer for NBC's Saturday Night Live (2001–2014) and hosted the show's news parody segment, Weekend Update.
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