PFT’s Week 4 2022 NFL awards

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It’s awards time, Week Four version.

You know the drill through now. Offensive participant of the week. Defensive participant of the week. Rookie of the week. Coach of the week. Play of the week.

Each award winner is bestowed beneath, along side the finalists.

As at all times, those awards are in keeping with the enter from the PFT personnel, with me in the end making the verdict as to each and every class by the use of a sophisticated and proprietary mathematical style that you just will have to settle for and recognize, as a result of I say so.

Offensive participant of the week: Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith.

Smith, who has performed rather well post-Russ, finished 23 of 30 passes for 320 yards and 2 touchdowns in a 48-45 win over the Lions. He averaged 12.0 yards consistent with try.

Through 4 video games, he has a final touch share of 77.3 and a passer score of 108.0. Wilson’s numbers are 61.1 and 91.1, respectively.

Other finalists: Raider working again Josh Jacobs (144 speeding yards, two touchdowns), Seahawks working again Rashaad Penny (151 speeding yards, two touchdowns), Eagles working again Miles Sanders (134 speeding yards, two touchdowns), 49ers receiver Deebo Samuel (115 receiving yards, one landing), Vikings receiver (*4*)Justin Jefferson (147 receiving yards, one speeding landing), Lions tight finish T.J. Hockenson (179 receiving yards, two touchdowns).

Defensive participant of the week: 49ers protection Talanoa Hufanga.

The rising big name clinched San Francisco’s 7th directly regular-season win over the Rams with a 52-yard pick out six.

He’s already drawing comparisons to Hall of Famer Troy Polamau, and now not as a result of the hair. Hufanga has an innate knack for understanding the place to be and when to be there, like he used to be on Monday night time.

Get used to seeing extra of the similar from Hufanga.

Other finalists: 49ers defensive finish Nick Bosa (two sacks), Bill protection Jordan Poyer (two interceptions), Bengals protection Vonn Bell (two interceptions), Packers linebacker Rashan Gary (two sacks).

Rookie of the week: Patriots quarterback Bailey Zappe.

With starter Mac Jones out and backup Brian Hoyer injured, Zappe used to be thrust into provider at Lambeau Field. He just about led the Patriots to an disillusioned win over the Packers.

He finished 10 of 15 passes for most effective 99 yards and a landing. So he’s now not getting this for the stats. He’s getting it for now not shrinking within the second, and for almost turning in what would had been an unforgettable second in his first NFL sport.

Other finalists: Texans working again Dameon Pierce (131 speeding yards, one landing), Patriots defensive again Jack Jones (pick out six of Aaron Rodgers), Steelers quarterback Kenny Pickett (two speeding touchdowns, however 3 interceptions).

Coach of the week: Jets trainer Robert Saleh.

The Jets completed a crippling excursion of the AFC North through profitable two video games at the highway. They trailed through double digits within the fourth quarter of each and every sport.

Most lately, Saleh stored his crew centered and assured right through a sport stuffed with momentum swings. He has them believing, which has them attaining.

Other finalists: Chiefs trainer Andy Reid, Patriots trainer Bill Belichick, 49ers trainer Kyle Shanahan, Bills trainer Sean McDermott

Play of the week: The Patrick Mahomes landing go to Clyde Edward-Helaire.

Mahomes has an instinctive aptitude for the dramatic. It’s at all times unique, by no means pressured. There’s a hair-on-fire high quality that makes each and every step and frame motion extra thrilling, inflicting the anticipation to achieve a crescendo simply sooner than Mahomes does one thing memorable.

He did it on Sunday night time, with every other uncanny second of working round as defenders couldn’t get to him, capped through an informal turn to a large open Edwards-Helaire.

It’s simple to take what Mahomes can do with no consideration. We by no means must. He does it like few if any ever have.

Other finalists: Deebo Samuel’s 57-yard catch and run for a landing, Raiders defensive again Amik Robertson‘s 68-yard fumble return for a touchdown, Jaguars safety Andre Cisco‘s pick six, the Jets’ Philly Special, the Double Doink.

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