One may argue that the Houston Texans or Cleveland Browns won Thursday night's NFL Honors. Houston's C.J. Stroud and Will Anderson won both Offensive and Defensive Rookie of the Year accolades
while the Browns' Kevin Stefanski won Coach of the Year and Joe Flacco was named Comeback Player of the Year.
In addition, the Texans announced their first Hall of Famer, Andre Johnson.
Unfortunately, one could argue that the Dallas Cowboys were the biggest losers in this same capacity.
CeeDee Lamb won an award for the best moment of the year, but he missed short of being named Offensive Player of the Year.
Lamb was not the only one who did not win a prize; Dak Prescott, Micah Parsons, and DaRon Bland also failed to win
Not to mention that Darren Woodson was once again denied induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Overall, Prescott finished second in MVP voting, which was the highest in his respective award chase. Lamb finished third in OPOY and Parsons in DPOY, while Bland finished fifth.
None of these outcomes were really surprising given how the Cowboys' regular season ended (yes, even before the playoff loss).
The loss to the Miami Dolphins appeared to deplete Prescott and Lamb's momentum, while Parsons and Bland may have missed out on their legitimate opportunities during the win against Seattle.