We're officially half way through the NFL regular season, and the Philadelphia Eagles are right where we expected them to be: on top of the NFC and even sporting the best record in the entire NFL.
That kind of success means plenty of Eagles getting big attention in the NFL awards conversation for the season, but we know it's not going to be a clean sweep.
Still, Eagles fans know we've had some serious standouts in just about every category, so let's give out some awards of our own.
Here's the Eagles-only leader for each award so far this season.
Eagles Offensive Rookie of the Year: Tyler Steen
Let's start with the easiest one. Tyler Steen basically wins Eagles Offensive Rookie of the Year by default at the half-way point, as the only rookie to play any significant snaps on that side of the ball.
And until last week, Steen wouldn't even have been able to make that claim.
The third-round pick saw his first significant action in the Week 9 win over the Dallas Cowboys, starting in place of the injured Cam Jurgens.
It wasn't a hugely impressive individual performance for Steen, but it's also generally hard to parse out individual play from the play of the entire line. And the line did enough to score 28 points in a win over their toughest NFC East competition, and that's got to count for something