As we progress through this year's football season, it's about time to start making your predictions as to who will win the NFL Offensive Player of the Year Award in 2018. While running backs and quarterbacks are typically the guys who take home the prestigious award, that's not to say a wide receiver should be overlooked. Sure, a receiver hasn't won it since 1993, but you have to keep things interesting! Anyway, of all the top offensive players in the league this season, whether it be the NFL's top quarterbacks or star running backs, who's your choice?
Topping the list for the 2018 Offensive Player of the Year predictions are guys like Ezekiel Elliot, Antonio Brown, David Johnson, and Le'Veon Bell, among plenty of others. Any of the aforementioned players are serious contenders for the award this season, but remember: it's a long season often filled with injuries and upsets—so there's no sense in ruling out players that may be toward the end of the list. In short, there are quite a few guys in the running for this season's top offensive player—so start making your predictions!
Check out the list of candidates for the 2018 Offensive Player of the Year Award and vote up your favorites. Feel free to add other players to the list as the season progresses. While you're at it, you can also make your 2018 Defensive Player of the Year predictions.
Patrick MahomesKansas City Chiefs
Named the NFL's 2018 Offensive Player of the Year.
Carson WentzPhiladelphia Eagles