7th Annual NFL Honors

The 7th Annual NFL Honors was an awards presentation by the National Football League that honored its best players from the 2017 NFL season. It was held on February 3, 2018 at 5:00 PM CT and pre-recorded for same-day broadcast on NBC in the United States at 9:00 PM/8:00 PM CT.

7th NFL Honors
DateFebruary 3, 2018
SiteNorthrop Auditorium, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Hosted byRob Riggle
Television coverage
NetworkNBC
Duration2 hours

List of award winners

Award Player Position Team Ref
AP MVP Tom Brady QB New England Patriots [1]
AP Coach of the Year Sean McVay HC Los Angeles Rams [1]
AP Assistant Coach of the Year Pat Shurmur OC Minnesota Vikings [1]
AP Offensive Player of the Year Todd Gurley RB Los Angeles Rams [1]
AP Defensive Player of the Year Aaron Donald DT Los Angeles Rams [1]
Pepsi NEXT Rookie of the Year Alvin Kamara RB New Orleans Saints [1]
AP Offensive Rookie of the Year Alvin Kamara RB New Orleans Saints [1]
AP Defensive Rookie of the Year Marshon Lattimore CB New Orleans Saints [1]
AP Comeback Player of the Year Keenan Allen WR Los Angeles Chargers [1]
Don Shula NFL High School Coach of the Year Award Robert Garrett HC Crenshaw High School [2]
Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award J. J. Watt DE Houston Texans [1]
FedEx Air Player of the Year Carson Wentz QB Philadelphia Eagles [1]
FedEx Ground Player of the Year Todd Gurley RB Los Angeles Rams [1]
Bridgestone Performance Play of the Year The "Minneapolis Miracle" Minnesota Vikings [1]
Greatness on the Road Award Deshaun Watson QB Houston Texans [1]
Game Changer Award presented by Secret Samantha Gordon RB [1]
Salute to Service Award Andre Roberts WR Atlanta Falcons [1]
Deacon Jones Award Chandler Jones OLB Arizona Cardinals [3]
Art Rooney Award Luke Kuechly LB Carolina Panthers [1]
Castrol EDGE Clutch Performer of the Year Drew Brees QB New Orleans Saints [1]
Built Ford Tough Offensive Line of the Year Halapoulivaati Vaitai LT Philadelphia Eagles [4]
Stefen Wisniewski LG
Jason Kelce C
Brandon Brooks RG
Lane Johnson RT
Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2018 Bobby Beathard GM [1]
Robert Brazile LB
Brian Dawkins S
Jerry Kramer G
Ray Lewis LB
Randy Moss WR
Terrell Owens WR
Brian Urlacher LB
Celebration of the Year Philadelphia Eagles Electric Slide Philadelphia Eagles [5]

In Memoriam

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s "Running list of 2018 'NFL Honors' award winners". NFL.com. Retrieved 2018-02-04.
  2. ^ "Crenshaw's Robert Garrett named as Don Shula NFL High School Coach of the Year". abc7.com. KABC-TV. Retrieved 30 January 2018.
  3. ^ "Chandler Jones wins the Deacon Jones award". Retrieved 2018-02-04.
  4. ^ "Offensive Line of the Year: Versatile, athletic Eagles take prize". NFL.com. Retrieved 2018-02-04.
  5. ^ "Awards for the 2017 NFL Season Announced at NFL Honors". nflcommunications.com. NFL. Retrieved 5 February 2018.
2017–18 United States network television schedule

The 2017–18 network television schedule for the five major English-language commercial broadcast networks in the United States covers prime time hours from September 2017 to August 2018. The schedule is followed by a list per network of returning series, new series, and series canceled after the 2016–17 season.

NBC was the first to announce its fall schedule, on May 14, 2017, followed by Fox on May 15, ABC on May 16, CBS on May 17, and The CW on May 18, 2017. NBC adjusted its schedule on May 30, 2017.PBS is not included; member television stations have local flexibility over most of their schedules and broadcast times for network shows may vary. Ion Television and MyNetworkTV are also not included since the majority of both networks' schedules consist of syndicated reruns (with limited original programming on the former). The CW is not included on weekends since it does not carry network programming on those days. However, it will return to programming a two-hour Sunday night schedule next season.

New series are highlighted in bold. All times are U.S. Eastern and Pacific Time (except for some live sports or events). Subtract one hour for Central, Mountain, Alaska, and Hawaii-Aleutian times.

Each of the 30 highest-rated shows is listed with its rank and rating as determined by Nielsen Media Research.

Minneapolis Miracle

The Minneapolis Miracle (also known as the Minnesota Miracle) was the National Football Conference (NFC) divisional playoff game between the Minnesota Vikings and the New Orleans Saints on January 14, 2018, and specifically its final play. The game was played as part of the National Football League (NFL)'s 2017–18 playoffs.

The Saints came back from a 17–0 first-half deficit and established a 24–23 lead with 25 seconds remaining in the contest. On the last play of the game, Vikings quarterback Case Keenum threw a 27-yard pass to wide receiver Stefon Diggs, who evaded Saints safety Marcus Williams and ran to the end zone to complete the 61-yard touchdown pass. This game was the first in NFL playoff history to end in a touchdown as time expired.

In the aftermath, Keenum and Diggs were lauded for their efforts on the game-winning score, while Williams received criticism for his errant tackle attempt. The Vikings' radio call by Paul Allen – who described the play as a "Minneapolis Miracle" – went viral and became the popular appellation for both the play and the game itself. The play won multiple end-of-year awards and prompted a change to the rules.

Northrop Auditorium

Cyrus Northrop Memorial Auditorium (commonly known as Northrop Auditorium or simply Northrop) is a performing arts venue at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It is named in honor of Cyrus Northrop, the university's second president. Various events are held within the building, including concerts, ballet performances, lectures, and graduations.

Northrop anchors the north end of Northrop Mall, a grassy area at the center of campus that is bordered by the university's physics, mathematics, chemistry, and administration buildings, plus Walter Library. Coffman Memorial Union sits at the south end of the mall, opposite Northrop across Washington Avenue.

Ceremonies
AP awards presented
Other awards presented
Former awards presented

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