The only award or trophy the Eagles are interested in right now will be up for grabs in Minnesota in less than two weeks, but when you're a 13-3 team in the Super Bowl, other honors are going to come too.
Despite missing the last three games of the regular season, Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz has been named the Bert Bell Pro Player of the Year by the Maxwell Football Club.
And Eagles head coach Doug Pederson has been named the Greasy Neale Pro Coach of the Year.
In the 59th year of the Bert Bell Award, Wentz is the sixth Eagle to win it and the first since Mike Vick in 2010. Other Eagles winners include Norm Van Brocklin (1960), Pete Retzlaff (1965), Ron Jaworski (1980) and Randall Cunningham (1988, 1990).
Before Wentz's season was cut short by an ACL tear on Dec. 10, he was seemingly on track to be the league's MVP. He threw 33 touchdown passes in 13 games, setting a new Eagles franchise record.
Wentz didn't just get incrementally better in his second season; he took a giant leap forward. He led the Eagles to an 11-2 record before the injury. While he completed just 60.2 percent of his passes, he threw for 3,296 yards with 33 touchdowns and just seven interceptions. He also proved to be able to make plays happen with his legs.
Wentz became just the second player to win the Bert Bell Award in his second season. The other was Earl Campbell in 1979.
Pederson is the third Eagles coach to win the Greasy Neale Award. Chip Kelly won in 2013 and Andy Reid won in 2010.
In his second season as head coach, Pederson has the Eagles in the Super Bowl after a 7-9 record in Year 1. Overall, including playoffs, Pederson has coached the Eagles to a 22-12 record. He's been by far the best coach hired before the 2016 season.
This year's Maxwell Award for the best player in college football is going to Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield. Wentz, Pederson, Mayfield and others will be honored at the 81st Maxwell Club National Awards Gala in March in Atlantic City, New Jersey.