8th Annual NFL Honors

The 2019 NFL Honors was an awards presentation by the National Football League that honored its best players from the 2018 NFL season. It was held on February 2, 2019 at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia and pre–recorded for same–day broadcast on CBS in the United States at 9:00 PM/8:00 PM CT. 5 Finalists went to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. Steve Harvey hosted the ceremony.[1]

8th NFL Honors
DateFebruary 2, 2019
SiteFox Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia
Hosted bySteve Harvey
Television coverage
NetworkCBS
Duration2 hours

List of award winners

Award Player Position Team Ref
AP MVP Patrick Mahomes QB Kansas City Chiefs [2]
AP Coach of the Year Matt Nagy HC Chicago Bears [3]
AP Assistant Coach of the Year Vic Fangio DC Chicago Bears [4]
AP Offensive Player of the Year Patrick Mahomes QB Kansas City Chiefs [2]
AP Defensive Player of the Year Aaron Donald DT Los Angeles Rams [5]
Pepsi NEXT Rookie of the Year Saquon Barkley RB New York Giants [2]
AP Offensive Rookie of the Year Saquon Barkley RB New York Giants [2]
AP Defensive Rookie of the Year Darius Leonard LB Indianapolis Colts [6]
AP Comeback Player of the Year Andrew Luck QB Indianapolis Colts [7]
Don Shula NFL High School Coach of the Year Award Gabe Infante HC St. Joseph's Preparatory School [2]
Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award Chris Long DE Philadelphia Eagles [8]
FedEx Air Player of the Year Patrick Mahomes QB Kansas City Chiefs [2]
FedEx Ground Player of the Year Saquon Barkley RB New York Giants [2]
Bridgestone Performance Play of the Year Miami Miracle Miami Dolphins [2]
Moment of the Year Aaron Rodgers QB Green Bay Packers [2]
Courtyard Unstoppable Performance of the Year Jared Goff QB Los Angeles Rams [2]
Game Changer Award presented by Secret Shaquem Griffin LB Seattle Seahawks [2]
Salute To Service Award Presented by USAA Ben Garland G Atlanta Falcons [2]
Deacon Jones Award Aaron Donald DT Los Angeles Rams [2]
Art Rooney Award Drew Brees QB New Orleans Saints [2]
Built Ford Tough Offensive Line of the Year Andrew Whitworth LT Los Angeles Rams [9]
Rodger Saffold LG
John Sullivan C
Austin Blythe RG
Rob Havenstein RT
Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2019 Champ Bailey CB [2]
Pat Bowlen Owner
Gil Brandt VP
Tony Gonzalez TE
Ty Law CB
Kevin Mawae C
Ed Reed S
Johnny Robinson S
Celebration of the Year "Choreography" Seattle Seahawks [2]

References

  1. ^ ."Steve Harvey Will Host NFL Honors Show On Super Bowl Eve In Atlanta". 11alive.com. January 14, 2019. Retrieved January 14, 2019.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p "Complete list of 'NFL Honors' award winners". NFL.com. Retrieved 2019-02-03.
  3. ^ "Bears' Matt Nagy wins 2018 NFL Coach of the Year". NFL.com. Retrieved 2019-02-03.
  4. ^ "Vic Fangio voted 2018 Assistant Coach of the Year". NFL.com. Retrieved 2019-02-03.
  5. ^ "Aaron Donald named 2018 Defensive Player of Year". NFL.com. Retrieved 2019-02-03.
  6. ^ "Colts' Darius Leonard wins Defensive Rookie of Year". NFL.com. Retrieved 2019-02-03.
  7. ^ "Andrew Luck named AP Comeback Player of the Year". NFL.com. Retrieved 2019-02-03.
  8. ^ "Chris Long named Walter Payton Man of the Year". NFL.com. Retrieved 2019-02-03.
  9. ^ "Offensive Line of the Year: Dominant Rams front takes prize". NFL.com. Retrieved 2019-02-03.
2018 Chicago Bears season

The 2018 Chicago Bears season was the franchise's 99th season in the National Football League, as well as the first under head coach Matt Nagy, who took over the job after John Fox was fired in 2017 following a three-year tenure.

2018 marked their first winning season since 2012 and their first playoff appearance since 2010. The Bears ensured improvement over their 5–11 record from the previous season in Week 10 when they defeated their division rival Detroit Lions. In week 12, they scored their eighth win of the season, also against the Lions, ensuring that the Bears would not have a losing season for the first time since 2013. With a Week 14 win over the Los Angeles Rams, the Bears clinched their first winning season since 2012. With their Week 15 win over the rival Green Bay Packers, the Bears clinched their first playoff berth and division title since 2010. They lost to the defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles, who they had helped get into the playoffs on the last game of the season, in the NFC Wild Card Game 15–16 on January 6, 2019 at Soldier Field.

Fox Theatre (Atlanta)

The Fox Theatre (often marketed as the Fabulous Fox), a former movie palace, is a performing arts venue located at 660 Peachtree Street NE in Midtown Atlanta, Georgia, and is the centerpiece of the Fox Theatre Historic District.

The theater was originally planned as part of a large Shrine Temple as evidenced by its Moorish design. The 4,665 seat auditorium was ultimately developed as a lavish movie theater in the Fox Theatres chain and opened in 1929. It hosts a variety of cultural and artistic events including the Atlanta Ballet, a summer film series, and performances by national touring companies of Broadway shows. The venue also hosts occasional concerts by popular artists.

Miracle in Miami

The Miami Miracle, also known as the Miracle in Miami, was an American football play that took place at the end of a game on December 9, 2018, between the Miami Dolphins and the New England Patriots. Down 33–28 with 7 seconds left in the fourth quarter, the Dolphins completed a 17-yard pass and two lateral passes resulting in a 69-yard touchdown by running back Kenyan Drake. It is the first walk-off game-winning touchdown in NFL history to involve multiple lateral passes, and the first multi-lateral touchdown since the River City Relay in December 2003. After the game, the play was known by several names, most commonly the "Miami Miracle" and the "Miracle in Miami". The play went on to win the Bridgestone Performance Play of the Year Award at the 8th Annual NFL Honors Award Show on February 2.

NFL Honors

The NFL Honors is an annual awards presentation in the National Football League (NFL).

The television special is held the night before the Super Bowl, the league's championship game, at the game's host city, on the network carrying that year's Super Bowl game. This is one of the few awards programs that is not aired live, instead pre-recorded for later same-day broadcast.

Vic Fangio

Victor John Fangio (born August 22, 1958) is an American football coach who is the head coach of the Denver Broncos of the National Football League (NFL). A 40-year coaching veteran with 32 seasons of NFL experience, Fangio has been a defensive coordinator for 20 of the last 24 seasons at the NFL or college level. He most recently served as the Chicago Bears' defensive coordinator for the last four years (2015–18) after leading the defenses for the San Francisco 49ers (2011–14), Stanford University (2010), Houston Texans (2002–05), Indianapolis Colts (1999–2001) and Carolina Panthers (1995–98).

Fangio’s defenses have consistently been among the most productive in the NFL in a number of categories, including scoring defense, total yards allowed and fewest penalties. His defenses have ranked in the league’s top-five in yards allowed in eight of the last 12 years while placing in the NFL’s top-5 in fewest points allowed seven times over that span.

Ceremonies
AP awards presented
Other awards presented
Former awards presented

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