NFL Nation columnist Sam Monson ranks the winners of the Week 16 MVP awards, with Colin Kaepernick taking home the honors.
The winners will be announced Thursday night during the annual Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
The Hall of Famer is the first NFL player to win two NFL MVP awards in one season.
Quarterback Joe Flacco (22-7, 2,034 yards, 25 TD), running back Marshawn Lynch (29-2, 8,862 yards, 23 TD), wide receiver Brandon Marshall (28-2-2), safety Eric Berry (21-2) and tight end Jimmy Graham (24-2.5) round out the top five.
Allen Robinson (20-5, 1,816 yards, 12 TD) and DeAndre Hopkins (20 of 27, 1 TD) round it out the rest of the top 10.
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No. 2 in the NFL with 816 yards receiving.
The Ravens linebacker is one of the league’s top players at the position.
Joe Flack, Joe Flacos.
No, 6 in the league with 461 yards receiving and five touchdowns.
The Browns linebacker is a five-time Pro Bowler.
Devin Hester, Devin Hesters.
No., 4 in the NHL with 554 points.
The Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman is a four-time all-star.
Jimmy Graham, Jimmy Graham.
7 in the NBA with 1,086 points.
Graham leads the league in assists (18.4) and points (32.1).
Read more about the winners and the Hall of Famers in the weekly edition of The Post’s NFL blog.