Cincinnati Bengals: 2016 Season Awards

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Jan 3, 2016; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis (C) looks on from the sidelines during the second half against Baltimore Ravens at Paul Brown Stadium. The Bengals won 24-16. Mandatory Credit: Joshua Lindsey-USA TODAY Sports

The Cincinnati Bengals ended the 2015 season with another one and done in the playoffs. Regardless of what we say about the “Meltdown at Paul Brown” the Bengals had a great season. A 12-4 season and a divisional crown is nothing to take lightly, especially when it is the second divisional crown in three years, as well as the fifth consecutive playoff appearance.

As the Bengals’ focus changes from the super bowl to the offseason, we have to take a second to recognize the individual efforts of this team this season. The Cincinnati Bengals will be facing a massive change soon. With the vast amount of players hitting free agency, losing Vance Joseph to Miami, as well as Hue Jackson to Cleveland and of course, the NFL draft, there may be some serious change.

It seems a bit unbelievable to think that such a promising season has come to an end. Although, there has been a lot of surprises this season. However, as the league narrows down the most valuable player, offensive and defensive player of the year, rookie of the year, coach and comeback player of the year, lets take a look at just Cincinnati Bengals’ season awards,

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