10 NFL players who have defined the 2018 season (1 Viewer)

By The Washington Post | NOLA.com

The NFL playoff picture came into clearer focus over the weekend, as the NFC division races are over and just one wild-card spot remains available, with the Seahawks clinching a berth in their win over the Chiefs. In the AFC, all that's left to decide is the North division title and the final wild-card spot.

We have some notes on that and the latest coaching carousel rumors in the notes at the bottom of this column, but this week we are stepping back a bit to take a look at the players who have most defined the 2018 NFL season, a campaign that will be remembered for the arrival of a new wave of young star quarterbacks and being one of the highest-scoring seasons in NFL history.

1. Patrick Mahomes, QB, Kansas City Chiefs

He is one of the best young quarterbacks to enter the league in decades. Whether it's his strong arm, great running ability or uncanny way of making unconventional yet incredible throws (from sidearm to no-look passes), Mahomes propelled the Chiefs to the top of the AFC standings with 48 touchdown passes and 4,816 passing yards. A win next week at home against the Raiders will give the Chiefs home-field advantage throughout the playoffs, and Mahomes has a great chance of being this year's MVP. ...

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