NFL Honors

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NFL Honors
8th Annual NFL Honors
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Country United States
Presented by National Football League
First awarded 2011
Website www.nfl.com/honors/

The NFL Honors is an annual awards presentation in the National Football League (NFL). The television special is held the night before the Super Bowl, the league's championship game, at the game's host city, on the network carrying that year's Super Bowl game.[1] This is one of the few awards programs that is not aired live, instead pre-recorded for later same-day broadcast.

List of ceremonies[edit]

Ceremony Date MVP winner Viewers Rating TV network Host Venue
1st Annual February 4, 2012 Aaron Rodgers 3.5 million 2.2 NBC Alec Baldwin Murat Theatre, Old National Centre, Indianapolis, Indiana
2nd Annual February 2, 2013 Adrian Peterson 3.8 million 0.9 CBS Alec Baldwin Mahalia Jackson Theater, New Orleans, Louisiana
3rd Annual February 1, 2014 Peyton Manning 3.1 million 0.9 Fox Alec Baldwin Radio City Music Hall, New York City
4th Annual January 31, 2015 Aaron Rodgers 4.7 million 1.2 NBC Seth Meyers Phoenix Symphony Hall, Phoenix, Arizona
5th Annual February 6, 2016 Cam Newton 4.6 million 1.1 CBS Conan O'Brien Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, California
6th Annual February 4, 2017 Matt Ryan 3.2 million 0.9 Fox Keegan-Michael Key Wortham Theater, Houston, Texas
7th Annual February 3, 2018 Tom Brady 3.5 million TBD NBC Rob Riggle Northrop Auditorium, Minneapolis, Minnesota
8th Annual February 2, 2019 TBA TBA TBD CBS TBA Fox Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia

Categories and awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NFL to celebrate season with '3rd Annual NFL Honors' special". NFL.com. National Football League. January 8, 2014. Archived from the original on January 31, 2014.

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