Offensive Player of the Year – Antonio Brown
This wouldn’t even be a competition if this was any other team but the Steelers. However, Pittsburgh had three players that were all worthy of this award in 2018. Ben Roethlisberger and Le’Veon Bell have strong arguments of why they deserve to be the Steelers’ Offensive Player of the Year. What Antonio Brown did this season, though, was unmatched by anyone in black and yellow.
His NFL-leading 1,533 receiving yards and nine touchdowns were a major part in Pittsburgh’s offensive attack. Even after missing the team’s final two and a half regular season games, Brown still ended up the league’s top receiver.
Brown proved he’s the best wideout in the NFL this season. He didn’t seem to be himself during the team’s only playoff game, and he still almost won Pittsburgh the game.
There’s no slowing this guy down, and because of it, there’s none worthy of topping him in the team’s Offensive MVP.