The Friday before the final game of the regular season, the Jets announce their team awards for the season.
The biggest prize is the Curtis Martin Team MVP award. The winner is Jamal Adams for the second consecutive season.
Jamal is the first player to win consecutive Team MVP awards since Curtis Martin (1999-2001).— New York Jets (@nyjets) December 27, 2019
Full list of team award winners ⤵️
An honor to receive the Team MVP award for the second straight year. Nothing means more to me than being recognized by my teammates in such high regard. We got one last one this Sunday, let’s finish off strong! #Prez pic.twitter.com/beztGrvmz3— Jamal Adams (@TheAdamsEra) December 27, 2019
It is not a shock to see Adams win the award. As the team’s lone Pro Bowler, he was the obvious choice. Adams got off to a bit of an inconsistent start, but he has been an instrumental part in most of the Jets’ victories in 2019.
Steve McLendon won the Dennis Byrd Most Inspirational Player award.
Bilal Powell won the Ed Block Most Courageous Player Award.
Matthias Farley won the Marty Lyons Community Service Award.
Foley Fatukasi won the Kyle Clifton Good Guy Award.
Kyle Phillips won the Bill Hampton Rookie Who Acts Like a Pro award.
Congratulations to all of the winners of these honors. The awards are all richly deserved.