As far as the Boyd controversy, I believe, but am not certain, that he may have played some Special Teams when he was on the Broncos active roster. But the rules state that Boyd is ineligible (like Cobb was last year), so there is no point in complaining about it. Now, onto the awards.
I think Burris should win MOP. I think he has been the best player all season. No disrespect to Calvillo, but he's going to be judged against what he's done in the past, and this wasn't his best season.
Fantuz will win MOC. Stala had a good year, Fantuz had a GREAT year. It's not every day that a Canadian leads the league in receiving (it hadn't happened since 1995), so for that alone MOC is Fantuz's.
Knowlton for MODP. Don't talk to me about Cox, Al fans. Knowlton was better, period. I thought that Patrick would get the West nom, but Simpson has been good too and is deserving.
Hage or Archibald could easily win top O-Lineman. It's really hard to choose one, but as another poster said, since the Tabbies' O-Line gave up the least amount of sacks, and Hage is the captain of said O-Line, he gets my vote. Though I think, for some reason, that Archibald will take it.
I think they had Chad Owens' name engraved on the MOSTP award back in September.
Rookie is tough, but my gut says it will go to Eliminian. Thigpen scoring in five different ways should help, but he did that way back in August and some might have forgotten.
To recap: Burris, Fantuz, Knowlton, Archibald, Owens and Eliminian. I hope I'm wrong on at least two of these (O-line and Rookie), but I don't think I will be.