All season long we have been raving about Brandon Brooks and what he has overcome just to play this season. He's not only playing, but he is playing at an elite level that should get him All-Pro honors.
He took his play to the next level on Sunday, playing the best game of an offensive lineman on record since 2015.
Of course for that kind of performance he was named to Pro Football Focus' Team of the Week for Week 9. Here's what they had to say about his phenomenal effort against Chicago:
"Brooks led all offensive linemen with at least 25 snaps played in Week 9 in overall grade largely because of his efforts in the run game. But in addition to his high run-blocking grade, Brooks allowed zero pressures across his 45 pass-blocking snaps."
At this point it would be irresponsible for the NFL not to honor him with Comeback Player of the Year Award. Not only that, but Brooks is now putting himself in the conversation for best free agent signing in Philadelphia Eagles history.