Live NFL Honors Updates: Aaron Rodgers Wins League MVP, TJ Watt Wins DPOY, Class of 2022 Hall of Fame Announced & More

NFL Athletic Staff and KC Joyner

February 10, 2022 at 10:53 p.m. is

There are 19 awards up for grabs during the 2022 NFL Honors, which takes place Thursday at 9 p.m. ET on ABC, ESPN+ and NFL Network.

This live blog tracks news, updates and analysis regarding each accolade awarded at the YouTube Theater in the SoFi Entertainment District in Los Angeles. Comedian Keegan-Michael Key is this year’s host.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is the overwhelming favorite to win AP Most Valuable Player honors (-600 at the end of the regular season). Others in the mix include Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady and Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp.

If Kupp doesn’t win MVP, he seems like a sure thing to win AP Offensive Player of the Year. However, Indianapolis Colts running back Jonathan Taylor will also have a say in the matter.

Pittsburgh Steelers pass rusher TJ Watt, whose 22.5 sacks nearly set a single-season record, is the favorite (-400 at the end of the regular season) to win the AP Defensive Player of the League title. ‘year. Could Dallas Cowboys rookie linebacker Micah Parsons or Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald steal the show?

It’s also Super Bowl week. Keep track of all happenings before the big game between Bengals and Rams.

NFL Honors, 9 p.m. ET Thursday

Television: ABC, ESPN+, NFL Network

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