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2017 Detroit Lions POD awards: The winners

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Here’s a look at the winners of all 10 POD awards for the 2017 season.

Arizona Cardinals v Detroit Lions Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images

We’ve tallied up the votes, and we’re ready to hand out the hardware. Just as the 2018 Detroit Lions finish up their hiring and prep themselves for the upcoming offseason, let’s take one final look back at the 2017 season.

Here are your 10 winners for the Detroit Lions Pride of Detroit Awards.

Most Valuable Player

Matthew Stafford - 80%
Darius Slay - 11%
Glover Quin - 6%
Marvin Jones Jr. - 2%
Golden Tate - 1%

Offensive Player of the Year

Matthew Stafford - 62%
Marvin Jones Jr. - 30%
Graham Glasgow - 5%
Golden Tate - 3%

Defensive Player of the Year

Darius Slay - 71%
Glover Quin - 26%
Quandre Diggs - 1%
Ezekiel Ansah - 1%

Special Teams Player of the Year

Jamal Agnew - 65%
Matt Prater - 27%
Don Muhlbach - 8%

Rookie of the Year

Jarrad Davis - 45% (349 votes)
Jamal Agnew - 45% (345 votes)
Kenny Golladay - 9%
Jeremiah Ledbetter - 1%

Breakout Player of the Year

Quandre Diggs - 43%
Darius Slay - 23%
Marvin Jones Jr. - 21%
Anthony Zettel - 9%
Eric Ebron - 4%

Game of the Year

Week 17 win over Packers - 37%
Week 3 controversial loss to Falcons - 31%
Week 4 win over Vikings - 17%
Week 1 win over Cardinals - 12%
Week 15 win over Bears - 4%

Play of the Year

Tate-to-Stafford 2 point conversion - 38%
Marvin Jones over Xavier Rhodes - 16%
10-second runoff - 13%
Jamal Agnew punt return vs. Giants - 13%
Kenny Golladay leaping Week 1 catch - 8%
Marvin Jones 1-handed grab - 8%
Glover Quin pick-six - 4%

Coach of the Year

Joe Marciano (ST coach) - 57%
Tony Oden (DB/CB coach) - 24%
Robert Prince (WR coach) - 14%
Brian Callahan (QB coach) - 5%

Pride of Detroit Moment of the Year

“Fuck Aaron Rodgers” - 51%
Lions adop “Africa” - 35%
Matthew Stafford Madden Sim - 7%
Chris mocks “get rid of Stafford” - 5%
Lions Court - 3%

Congratulations to all the winners. You will be getting your prize of nothing in the mail in the next 3-5 business days.

Thanks to all who voted. Your vote actually counted, especially in the Rookie of the Year race, which was decided by just four votes.

Now it’s time for the post-awards analysis. Who got robbed? What did we get right? Why didn’t you monsters vote for “Africa”?