Offensive Player of the Year — Tyreek Hill (Dolphins)
All offseason, Tyreek Hill has been telling anyone who will listen that he will eclipse the 2,000-yard mark at wide receiver in 2023. While those expectations are absurd — no receiver has ever reached such a number — it would be foolish to count Hill out.
Tua Tagovailoa is fully healthy entering the new campaign and should see another boost in his production in Year 2 of the Mike McDaniel era. Jaylen Waddle will hog his fair share of targets, but there should be hundreds and hundreds available in this high-octane offense.
To accomplish this feat, “Reek” must average 117.6 receiving yards per game. As insane as that sounds, we all know that the speedster can take any touch to the end zone. Whether he puts his name atop history books or not, I expect Hill will come away with Offensive Player of the Year.