Jacksonville Jaguars special team player of the year: Punter Logan Cooke
Punter Logan Cooke had to miss two games after being placed on the COVID-19/reserve list following their Week 15 game against the Baltimore Ravens. He played in the season finale and punted the ball seven times for 335 yards. He was among the best punters in the AFC throughout the season. Hopefully, the Jaguars will punt less and score more often next season.
Jacksonville Jaguars defensive rookie of the year: K’Lavon Chaisson
Although defensive end K’Lavon Chaisson didn’t have much of an impact early in the season, he progressively played better and displayed growth in the last five games of the year. His progress should carry over into next season and if he continues developing, he will become a key contributor in the Jaguars’ defense next season.
Jacksonville Jaguars defensive player of the year: Linebacker Myles Jack
Even though the Jaguars’ defense was among the worst ones in the NFL, linebacker Myles Jack never stopped playing at a high level. Week in and week out, he was one of the best players the team had on the defensive side of the ball.
Jack doesn’t get the spotlight often, but if this Jacksonville team starts winning some games next season, that should change and he may even earn his first Pro Bowl designation.