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  1. Honors Debate

    MVP race: Who deserves the top hardware?

    Aaron Rodgers carried the Green Bay Packers to another division title, while J.J. Watt keyed a seven-win improvement for the Houston Texans. Who deserves MVP honors for 2014? Let's debate! Read

  2. Honors Debate

    Offensive ROY: Is there even a question?

    After missing all of September, Odell Beckham Jr. took the NFL by storm. Did he earn Offensive Rookie of the Year honors? Well, the New York Giants wideout is not a unanimous pick among our analysts. Read

  3. NFL NOW

    2014 NFL NOW Awards Show

    The first ever NFL NOW awards show is here and our NFL NOW experts don't shy away from picking their best and worst of 2014. Let the debate begin. Watch

  4. Seth Meyers to host fourth annual NFL Honors show

    Seth Meyers, host of "Late Night with Seth Meyers" and a "Saturday Night Live" alum, will take the stage as the host of NFL Honors in Phoenix on Saturday, Jan. 31, at 9 p.m. ET/PT on NBC to unveil NFL award winners and the enshrinees for the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2015. Read

  5. Our picks for 2014 NFL Honors

    Awards season is around the corner. Gregg Rosenthal names his top five picks for MVP, DPOY, Coach of the Year and both rookie awards. Where does J.J. Watt rank among the potential winners from '14? Read

  6. NFL Honors

    Walter Payton NFL Man of the year

    The 32 nominees for the prestigious Walter Payton Man of the Year Award have been unveiled. Find out who was nominated for their outstanding community service activities and on-field excellence. Read

  7. The Brandt Report

    And the MVP is ...

    Aaron Rodgers has been on fire, but don't forget about Andrew Luck. Gil Brandt takes stock of the MVP race through Week 13 -- and explains why he had some trouble picking his top candidate. Read

  8. NFL Honors

    Top plays of 2014

    Odell Beckham had one of the more memorable catches all time in Week 12. Vote for your five favorite plays of 2014. The winning play will be revealed during NFL Honors. Vote

  9. The Brandt Report

    Why Tony Romo should win the MVP award

    Forget about the gaffes and goofs of the past. The NFL MVP award is about the present -- and presently, Tony Romo is playing out of his mind. Gil Brandt makes his case for the Dallas Cowboys QB. Read

  10. Top 10 defensive players

    J.J. Watt is the runaway choice for Defensive Player of the Year. Find out where Richard Sherman ranks on Chris Wesseling's list of the NFL's best defensive players. Read

  11. Rookie Pro Bowl picks and snubs

    There was no surprise that Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald made the Pro Bowl, one of just a handful of rookies. Did Raiders pass rusher Khalil Mack do enough to join the party in Arizona? Read

  12. NFL Now

    Rookie of the Year debate

    Bucky Brooks and Steve Wyche examine the Pro Bowl selections, the AFC playoff race, the offensive rookie of the year and discuss where Jim Harbaugh will coach in 2015. Watch

  13. 2014: Best of Tom Brady

    Despite early struggles, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady once again asserted himself atop the list of elite quarterbacks, with another MVP caliber season. Take a look at his best plays of the season. Watch
  14. 2014: Best of Aaron Rodgers

    Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw for over 4,000 yards in 2014, destroying opponents with video game-like performances. Watch
  15. 2014: Best of Antonio Brown

    Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown has torn through an elite 2014 campaign, generating the most yards and receptions of all receivers in the NFL. Watch
  16. 2014: Best of J.J. Watt

    Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt made a strong case for MVP consideration in the 2014 season, often dominating opposing teams by making plays on both defense AND offense. Watch
  17. 2014: Best of Von Miller

    Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller had another dominant season as he skillfully blitzed and hassled quarterbacks throughout the Broncos' season. Watch his best plays of the season. Watch
  18. 2014: Best of Justin Houston

    Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Justin Houston provided constant pressure in 2014 with a barrage of sacks, leading the NFL with 22. Here is a look at his best plays this season. Watch
  19. 2014: Best of Tony Romo

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo had ups and downs in 2014, including suffering two fractures in his already surgically repaired back, however Romo fought through it all to lead the Cowboys to an NFC East title. Watch
  20. 2014: Best of Le'Veon Bell

    Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell ran through opposing defenses on his way to becoming one of the NFL's premier RBs in 2014. Check out the best of the running back. Watch
  21. 2014: Best of Peyton Manning

    In pursuit of another Super Bowl ring, Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning continued his record-breaking career in 2014, eclipsing the all-time touchdown passes record. Watch
  22. All-22 Analysis

    Turn down for Watt?! Studying the NFL's best player

    In a quarterback-driven league, it's hard to imagine J.J. Watt actually winning the MVP award. But Bucky Brooks says the Houston Texans dynamo is the top player in the NFL -- and here's why. Read

  23. Who is the Coach of the Year?

    The "NFL AM" crew debate who they believe should win the NFL Coach of the Year award. Watch
  24. 'NFL Honors': Alec Baldwin's Opening Monologue

    Watch Alec Baldwin's hilarious opening monologue to the 2014 NFL Honors in New York. Watch
  25. NFL Fan Pass: Red carpet fashion report

    Adam Rank and Style Girlfriend Megan Collins critique this year's 2014 "NFL Honors" red carpet fashions. Watch and find out who won best accessory, best hair, and best overall look. Watch

NFL Honors

The night before Super Bowl XLIX, the NFL will salute its best players and plays from the 2014 season with "NFL Honors," a star-studded football and entertainment event. The two-hour prime time awards special will be hosted by Seth Meyers from Symphony Hall at the Phoenix Convention Center, and will air nationally on January 31, 2015 at 9 PM ET on NBC with red carpet coverage beginning at 8 PM ET on NFL Network.

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