Originally written on BroncoTalk  |  Last updated 11/20/14
(Photo: Perry Knotts/NFL) On Saturday (February 2, 9 p.m. ET, CBS), Alec Baldwin will host the second annual “NFL Honors” show, a two-hour segment honoring the top performers of the 2012 NFL season.  Several Denver Broncos will be up for awards. Quarterback Peyton Manning will be in the running for his fifth NFL MVP title, with the award expected to go to Minnesota running back Adrian Peterson.  Outside linebacker Von Miller will be up for Defensive Player of the Year, with Houston’s J.J. Watt expected to take home the award. The full list of awards that will be announced on Saturday is listed after the jump.   AP Most Valuable Player (Presented by Papa John’s) AP Coach of the Year AP Offensive Player of the Year AP Offensive Rookie of the Year (Presented by Pepsi Max) AP Defensive Rookie of the Year (Presented by Pepsi Max) Pepsi Max Rookie of the Year NFL.com Fantasy Player of the Year (Presented by SAP) Don Shula NFL HS Coach of the Year Award Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year AP Comeback Player of the Year (Presented by Lenovo) GMC Never Say Never Moment of the Year FedEx Air and Ground Player of the Year Greatness on the Road (Presented by Courtyard Marriott) Play of the Year (Presented by Bridgestone) Salute To Service Award (Presented by USAA) AP Defensive Player of the Year Manning is expected to also be in the running for Comeback Player of the Year and the FedEx Air Player of the Year awards.  Denver’s Wesley Woodyard should also be considered for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award.
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