Pittsburgh Steelers running back Martavis “Martavis” Bryant was named the NFL Offensive Player of the Week for the 2017 season for his performance in Week 10.
Bryant scored 11 touchdowns on the season and finished with 691 yards rushing and a league-leading 11 touchdowns.
He added a pair of touchdowns on kickoff returns, including a 50-yard touchdown catch on his first snap in the NFL.
Brynson was named NFC Offensive Player to watch and also became the first rookie player to earn the honor since 2010.
Byrne led the league in rushing and receiving in 2017 and set career highs with 2,569 rushing yards and 21 touchdowns.
The former Michigan standout was named to the Pro Bowl and the Pro Football Writers Association of America’s All-Decade Team.
Bryan signed with the Steelers in April and made his first start on Sept. 3, a 21-13 win over the Indianapolis Colts.
The next week, he was inactive as he was injured on a snap in Cleveland.
Bryce led the NFL with 11 touchdown catches, including four against the Saints.
He also added nine receptions for 87 yards and two touchdowns in Week 13 against the Bills.
Brett was the NFL Defensive Player of Week for Week 16 and also earned AFC Defensive Player Of The Week honors.
He was named AFC Offensive Player Of Week and AFC Defensive Lineman of the Month for October.
Buckley had nine receptions, 100 yards and a touchdown in Week 14 against the New York Jets.
He led the Ravens with five receptions for 68 yards.
The third-round pick was named as a preseason All-Pro by NFL.com and was named a Pro Football Hall of Famer by ESPN.