The 2012 NFL season begins a day not generally associated with football—Wednesday, September 5th—when the Super Bowl champion New York Giants square off with the hated Dallas Cowboys. It is another beautiful start to a beautiful NFL season surely to ensure full of excitement, heartbreak and unforgettable memories for fans and players alike.
With things set to get underway, we polished off the crystal ball with predictions for the NFL’s award winners at season’s end.
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Coach of the Year – Romeo Crennel, Kansas City Chiefs
Romeo Crennel is probably not a name usually not linked with being one of the best coaches in the NFL, but his job this season at the helm of the Kansas City Chiefs could change that. Coaching in the competitive AFC West, Crennel and the Chiefs have as much of a chance as any team in the division to take the divisional crown.
Though they will undoubtedly be outshined by the likes of Peyton Manning in Denver and the always electric San Diego...