Time to hand out some prizes. No cup. cashless. Nothing but satisfaction.
Our weekly prizes include Offensive Player of the Week, Defensive Player of the Week, Rookie of the Week, Coach of the Week and Play of the Week.
The highly specialized selection process consists of a measured application of analytical measurements and complex mathematical models, along with careful examination of prevailing meteorological conditions and consideration of relevant astronomical conditions and phenomena.
In fact, I ask PFT writers for their opinion, and then I come up with something. This is what we found this week.
Offensive Player of the Week: Dolphins midfielder Tua Tagoviloa.
The third-year quarterback earned six touchdown passes in one of the most exciting games the Dolphins have played in years. Fifty passes. Thirty-six completed. 469 yards. wonderful day.
He has definitely improved under the new coaching staff. And not just Technical Director Mike McDaniel. Center coach and passing coordinator Daryl Bevel helped push Toa toward a ceiling few knew about.
“Biff is definitely a hands-on coach,” receiver Jaylen Waddle told PFT by phone after Sunday’s game. “He is definitely very passionate about his work and excited to work with Tua. It will show that practically throughout the week he and Tua have had conversations about what they see and how it will help us win, especially in critical situations.”
There were several critical situations on Sunday, and he just went through them all.
Other finalists: Bills receiver Stefon Diggs (12 catches, 148 yards, three touchdowns), Eagles quarterback Galen Hurts, 333 yards, one touchdown, two touchdowns), Dolphin receiver Trek Hill (11 catches, 190 yards, two touchdowns), Waddle (11 catches, 171 yards, 2 touchdowns), packers running back Aaron Jones (15 stand, 132 fast yards, 2 total touchdowns).
Defensive Player of the Week: Darius Slaughter the Eagles.
Slay closed his receiver Justin Jefferson, intercepted a pair of passes, and gave one of the balls to Sixers All-Star James Harden. Along the way, Slay re-entered the national conversation as a corner of elite coverage.
“I have a lot of respect, but you know how it always goes, as you get older they think you back off, but I’m not one of those guys,” Sly told reporters after the match. “I am still at the elite level. I deserve a lot of respect. I think the league respects me enough. It is just the media.”
Well, at least some people in the media recognize what he did.
Other finalists: Cowboys, Misha Parsons (Kisan), Pirates linebacker Jamal Dean (two interceptions), Black defensive end Aidan Hutchinson (three sacks).
Beginner of the Week: The Future of Aircraft Garrett Wilson.
The receiver in the first round had over 100 receiving yards and two landings in an unlikely win for the Jets.
For his second hit, Wilson played someone who had more than two games under his belt. He explained to PFT after the match that he recognized the coverage as something Brown had used earlier in the match against the same play.
So he decided to speed his way up, circled a defensive back and found a coverage hole. Midfielder Joe Flacco delivered the ball – and Wilson began to realize his team’s belief that he would become a star in this league.
Other Finalists Lions defensive runners-up Aidan Hutchinson (three sacks), Texas running back Dameon Pierce (69 rushing yards), Cowboys left with Tyler Smith, Falcons Receiver Drake London (eight catching, 86 yards, one touchdown), Jaguar linebacker Devin Lloyd (three passing defense, one interception).
Coach of the Week: Jaguar coach Doug Pederson.
New boss, same result.
Jaguar continues to beat the ponies in Jacksonville. Coach Doug Pederson, who won the Super Bowl with the Eagles, beat his former lieutenant Willie, Frank Reich, in a resounding fashion. For a league based on points points, closings are rare. Pedersen designed one.
Thus Jaguar, with a 1-1 draw, takes first place in South Asia. Just like no one expected.
The other finalists: Dolphin coach Mike McDaniel, Jets coach Robert Saleh, Cardinals coach Cliff Kingsbury, Eagles coach Nick Siriani.
Play of the Week: Cardinals quarterback Keeler Murray converted from two points.
It didn’t dictate overtime, but it did happen all the way during Arizona’s 20-point win. Murray grabbed the ball for More than 20 seconds as covered Approximately 85 yards From the grass on his way to the ball run into the end zone.
It was just a part of Murray History day in which he became the first quarterback ever to play with a passing touchdown, a quick touchdown, a two-point quick turn, and a two-point quick turn in the same game.
Other finalists: Cardinals return for corner, in-game award winner Byron Murphy Jr., to touch down, Lions run behind D’Andre Swift, fall, get up, and run for touchdown, Patriots receiver Nelson Agholor’s touchdown for 44 yards, Jets receiver catching Corey Davis His 66-yard drop, Ravens’ Lamar Jackson touchdown ran for 78 yards, Dolphin’s handle for a 60-yard landing receiver and Jalen Watson’s 99-yard interception return from Chiefs for landing.
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