MVP, Offensive Player of the Year: Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers Statistics: 20 touchdowns, 3 interceptions, 2,372 passing yards, 71.5 completion percentage, 9.93 yards per completion, 125.7 QB rating. Easy choice. Aaron Rodgers is having a historically great season. If he keeps this up it could go down as the greatest regular season ever for an NFL quarterback. It is scary how good he is playing. You know what's even scarier? His best has yet to come. Defensive Player of the Year: DeMarcus Ware, Dallas Cowboys Statistics: 12 sacks, 2 forced fumbles, 31 tackles. Ware is having the best season of his career. In just 7 games this season Ware has 12 sacks and is on pace to not only break Michael Strahan's sack record of 22, but easily pass it. Ware also has two forced fumbles and 31 tackles. Offensive Rookie Of The Year: Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers Statistics: 11 touchdowns, 9 interceptions, 2,393 passing yards, 60.6 completion percentage, 8.34 yards per completion, 87.1 QB rating 319 rush yards, 5.1 yards per rush, 7 rushing touchdowns Another easy choice. Nearly 3,000 passing yards for a rookie is incredible. 16 total touchdowns, 11 passing and 5 rushing. He does need to protect the ball better, but he's a rookie and he will get better no doubt about it. Defensive Rookie Of The Year: Aldon Smith, San Francisco 49ers Statistics:* 6.5 sacks, 13 tackles, 1 forced fumble Not many people are talking about this guy but he has a great season up to this point. 6.5 sacks, he's been the 2nd best player on the 49ers defense behind only Willis. Coach of the Year: Jim Harbaugh, San Francisco 49ers Another easy choice. This guy has done a spectacular job. He's taken the 49ers from being a bad 6-10 team last year to being one of the top teams in the NFL this year. He's help make Alex Smith who many saw as a draft bust into a legit starting QB.