Awards & Recognition

The NFL has nominated Kirk Cousins‘ comeback performance against the Baltimore Ravens as a finalist for the GMC Never Say Never moment of the year. Read below for’s recap of Cousins’ moment:

As he was marching the Washington Redskins down the field in an attempt to tie the game in the final minute against the Baltimore Ravens, QB Robert Griffin III was injured on a scramble and had to leave the game. Rookie backup Kirk Cousins picked up where RG3 left off, hitting WR Pierre Garcon for a touchdown and then forcing overtime on a two-point conversion run play. In overtime, Kai Forbath booted a 34-yard field goal to provide the Redskins with a 31-28 Week 14 victory, the team’s fourth straight.

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The NFL has also nominated Alfred Morris as the FedEx Ground Player of the Year. Check out some of Alfred’s highlights and statistics on and make sure to vote for him by clicking here. This is what had to say about Morris’ season:

Morris finished the season with a franchise-best 1,613 yards rushing on 335 attempts. His 13 rushing touchdowns led the NFC and were the second-most in the NFL. He eclipsed the 100 yard mark seven times and reached 200 yards in a Week 17 win over the Dallas Cowboys for the NFC East title. Morris averaged 100.8 yards per game which was second overall in the NFL. The rookie stand-out was nominated and won FedEx Ground Player of the Week one time.

Voting is open until Friday, January 25th on Click here to vote.

What was your favorite moment this season? Who was your favorite player? Let us know with a comment below.

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