Tackle: Donald Penn, Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He got his big contract at the start of training camp. Penn then went out and showed he deserved the big money. While the rest of Tampa Bay's offensive line was going through a bunch of injuries, Penn did a great job of protecting Josh Freeman's blind side.
Tight end: Kellen Winslow, Tampa Bay Buccaneers. It's a very close call between Winslow and Atlanta's Tony Gonzalez. Their numbers were very similar. I'm going with Winslow. Gonzalez already has received enough attention throughout his career. Winslow was infamous in his Cleveland days, but he's been on his best behavior and has been productive since coming to the Bucs.
Wide receiver: Mike Williams, Tampa Bay Buccaneers. A fourth-round draft pick, Williams was instantly dominant at a position where it often takes players a few years to develop.
Running back: LeGarrette Blount, Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Went from being cut by Tennesee in the preseason to becoming Tampa Bay's feature back. He didn't fully get put in that role until close to midseason, but he still rushed for 1,000 yards.