JFF Fall 2013 Season - League Offensive MVP

**TONY ROMO**

Quarterback

JFF Dallas Cowboys

Coach: PSN @ jmsjetson

 

Season Highlights:

 

The most potent passing offense to ever come through the JFF Online League was that of Curtis Knight a.k.a. “The Natural,” who directed both the JFF Tennessee Titans (Spring 2004 season) and the JFF San Francisco 49ers (Fall 2006 season) to undefeated seasons as an owner and coach.

 

Some would argue that the second most potent passing offense to ever run roughshod over a high percentage of their opponents is that of James Andorful a.k.a. “James Jimmy” and his JFF Dallas Cowboys.

 

For the Fall 2013 season, QB Tony Romo has completed 441 passes for 8,685 yards and 104 touchdowns. In addition, he has rushed five times for 17 yards.

 

Five of the JFF Dallas Cowboys’ offensive players have earned Pro Bowl honors, including Romo, WR Dez Bryant, WR Terrance Williams, WR Mike Austin, and TE Jason Witten. For the season, Bryant accumulated 157 receptions for 3,829 yards and 38 touchdowns.

 

In the playoffs, you could argue that no offensive player will be more important to their team’s success than Romo.

 

Most Valuable Performance to date:

 

JFF Week Twelve: 28 completions / 38 attempts, 368 passing yards, 4 touchdowns in a 52-47 victory over the JFF New York Giants

 

League Offensive MVP

1st Runner-Up

League Offensive MVP

2nd Runner-Up

**David Wilson**

Halfback

JFF New York Giants

(PSN - @ miker7031)

 

Mike Ruiz prides himself on his team having great balance. The JFF NY Giants rarely lean too much toward only their passing offense or only their rushing offense.

 

If New York is having a challenging time moving the ball through the air, then they turn to the dependable legs of Pro Bowl HB David Wilson.

 

Wilson finished the Regular Season with 301 rushing attempts, 2,605 rushing yards, and 35 rushing touchdowns. Wilson also had 35 receptions for 379 receiving yards and 2 receiving touchdowns.

 

Best MVP performance so far:

 

JFF Week 1:

22 rushing attempts, 248 rushing yards, 4 rushing touchdowns, 3 receptions, and 40 receiving yards in a 63-52 victory over the JFF Dallas Cowboys

 

**Josh Freeman**

Quarterback

JFF Tampa Bay Buccaneers

(PSN - @ UNCLE___SAM)

 

Kedren “Top Dawg” Parsons completed his first undefeated Regular Season in The JFF, and one of the key reasons was the play of Tampa Bay QB Josh Freeman.

 

Freeman finished the Regular Season with the third highest passer rating (129.9), and he completed 344 passes for 6,460 yards and 60 touchdowns. Freeman also had 21 rushing attempts for 93 yards and 4 touchdowns.

 

If the JFF Bucs make it to the Super Bowl, they will need Freeman to play his best.

 

Best MVP performance so far

 

JFF Week 4:

21 completions / 33 attempts, 408 passing yards, 4 passing touchdowns, and also 2 rushing attempts, 2 rushing yards, and 1 rushing touchdown in a 62-21 victory over the JFF Arizona Cardinals

 

League Offensive MVP

3rd Runner-Up

League Offensive MVP

4th Runner-Up

**Joe Flacco**

Quarterback

JFF Baltimore Ravens

(PSN - @ TD33DORSETT)

 

Who has the highest passer rating of any QB in The JFF? Look no further than the JFF Baltimore Ravens roster.

 

JFF Ravens’ QB Joe Flacco finished the Regular Season with a 139.4 passer rating, which is tops in the league. He completed 255 passes for 4,292 yards.

 

Flacco finished with the third fewest interceptions of all league quarterbacks who had a minimum of 300 passing attempts.

 

Best MVP performance so far

 

JFF Week 3:

20 completions / 29 attempts, 332 passing yards, 3 touchdowns, 1 rushing attempt for 7 yards in a 38-35 victory over the JFF Houston Texans

 

**Trent Richardson**

Halfback

JFF Indianapolis Colts

(PSN - @ ModeOne4Ever)

 

At the end of Week 6, Indianapolis had the second best passing offense in the league, but their rushing offense was ranked 24th.

 

As of the conclusion of the Regular Season, the JFF Colts now have the second best rushing offense in the league, thanks in large part to the efforts of HB Trent Richardson.

 

Richardson finished with 234 rushing attempts for 1,696 rushing yards and 22 rushing touchdowns.

 

Best MVP performance so far

 

JFF Week 13:

17 rushing attempts, 331 rushing yards, 4 rushing touchdowns, 1 reception, and 22 receiving yards in a 45-38 victory over the JFF Tennessee Titans

 

JFF Fall 2013 Season - League Defensive MVP

**LARON LANDRY**

Free Safety

JFF Indianapolis Colts

 

 

Coach: PSN @ ModeOne4Ever

 

Season Highlights:

 

In his nine seasons competing in The JFF Online League, Alan ‘Air Attack’ Currie’s teams have finished the Regular Season with the league’s top rushing defense six times, the league’s top passing defense three times (including this season), and the league’s top overall defense four times (including this season and last season).

 

The JFF Colts finished the Fall 2013 Regular Season with the least points allowed (an average of 16.1 ppg), the least passing yards allowed (178.4 passing yards allowed per game), and the fifth best rushing defense in the league (84.1 rushing yards allowed per game).

 

One of the star players of the Indianapolis defense is Free Safety Laron Landry. Landry is sort of like a “half-cornerback, half-linebacker,” and he finished the Regular Season with a league-leading eight forced fumbles as well as a team-leading seventy-five tackles. Landry also had three interceptions during the season and six pass deflections.

 

When you combine the Pro Bowl caliber talents of Landry with the talents of Pro Bowl DE Cory Redding and Pro Bowl CB Nnamdi Asomugha, you would have to say that the JFF Colts have one of the most formidable defenses of any team in the league.

 

Most Valuable Performance to date:

 

JFF Week Seven: 8 tackles, 1 forced fumble in a

21-17 victory over the JFF Denver Broncos

 

League Defensive MVP

1st Runner-Up

League Defensive MVP

2nd Runner-Up

**Michael Huff**

Free Safety

JFF Baltimore Ravens

(PSN - @ TD33DORSETT)

 

The JFF Baltimore Ravens finished the Regular Season with the second best overall defense in the league and the #1 rushing defense in the league. Baltimore was also second in the league in least points allowed (16.3 ppg).

 

FS Michael Huff was a big reason why the JFF Ravens defense was so tough to score against. Huff finished the Regular Season with 66 tackles (including 6 for a loss of yardage), a team-leading 9 interceptions, and 6 pass deflections.

 

Best MVP performance so far

 

JFF Week 6:

3 tackles and 2 interceptions in a 35-0 victory over the JFF Green Bay Packers

 

**Brandon Spikes**

Middle Linebacker

JFF New England Patriots

(PSN - @ INGLEWOODD)

 

Since taking over as owner / coach of the JFF Patriots in Week 9, Damian Parsons’ JFF New England Patriots have only allowed an average of 18.1 ppg.

 

New England’s leader in tackles is MLB Brandon Spikes. Spikes ended the Regular Season with 91 tackles (including 7 for a loss of yardage) and 7 interceptions. Spikes also had 4 pass deflections, 1 forced fumble, and 1 defensive touchdown.

 

Best MVP performance so far

 

JFF Week 13:

5 tackles, 4 interceptions, and 1 pass deflection in a 41-24 victory over the JFF Houston Texans

 

League Defensive MVP

3rd Runner-Up

League Defensive MVP

4th Runner-Up

**Darrelle Revis**

Cornerback

JFF Tampa Bay Buccaneers

(PSN - @ UNCLE___SAM)

 

Some say that JFF Buccaneers CB Darrelle Revis might be the best defensive back in the entire league.

 

Revis finished the Regular Season 46 tackles (including three for a loss of yardage), 1 sack, 12 interceptions, 8 pass deflections, and 2 defensive touchdowns.

 

The JFF Buccaneers finished with the fifth fewest points in the league, and the 3rd best rushing defense in the league.

 

Revis will be highly depended on this upcoming post-season.

 

Best MVP performance so far

 

JFF Week 15:

1 tackle and 1 interception returned 59 yards for a touchdown in a 30-21 victory over the JFF San Francisco 49ers

 

**Sean Lee**

Middle Linebacker

JFF Dallas Cowboys

(PSN - @ jmsjetson)

 

On the downside, the JFF Cowboys have given up an average of 32.7 ppg, and have allowed 45, 47, 52, and 63 points in two victories and two losses during the Regular Season.

 

On the positive end, in eight of their twelve victories they did not allow more than 29 points. Dallas led the league during the Regular Season in both sacks and interceptions.

 

MLB Sean Lee contributed to the high number of interceptions, finishing with a team-leading 14 picks.

 

Best MVP performance so far

 

JFF Week 16:

6 tackles and 5 interceptions in a 73-27 victory over the JFF Washington Redskins

 

 

Previous MVP Winners:

 

JFF Fall / Winter 2002-03 Season:

 

Mid-Season Offensive MVP: N/A (This honor was not acknowledged during the season)

Mid-Season Defensive MVP: N/A (This honor was not acknowledged during the season)

Regular Season Offensive MVP**: Terrell Owens, WR, JFF San Francisco 49ers (Bizeaudawg)

Regular Season Defensive MVP**: Aeneas Williams, CB, JFF St. Louis Rams (Air Attack)

 

JFF Spring 2003 Season:

 

Mid-Season Offensive MVP: Randy Moss, WR, JFF Minnesota Vikings (Musashi)

Mid-Season Defensive MVP: Deltha O'Neal, CB/PR, JFF Denver Broncos (Wacavelli)

Regular Season Offensive MVP**: Ricky Williams, HB, JFF Miami Dolphins (Claude Connor)

Regular Season Defensive MVP**: Derrick Brooks, ROLB, JFF Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Top Dawg)

 

JFF Fall 2003 Season:

 

Mid-Season Offensive MVP: Torry Holt, WR, JFF St. Louis Rams (Air Attack)

Mid-Season Defensive MVP: Simeon Rice, DE, JFF Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Top Dawg)

Regular Season Offensive MVP**: Torry Holt, WR, JFF St. Louis Rams (Air Attack)

Regular Season Defensive MVP**: Jevon Kearse, DE, JFF Tennessee Titans (The Dean)

 

JFF Spring 2004 Season:

 

Mid-Season Offensive MVP: Steve McNair, QB, JFF Tennessee Titans (The Natural)

Mid-Season Defensive MVP: Denard Walker, DB, JFF Minnesota Vikings (Clockkeeper)

Regular Season Offensive MVP**: Clinton Portis, HB, JFF Denver Broncos (Wacavelli)

Regular Season Defensive MVP**: Aeneas Williams, CB/FS, JFF St. Louis Rams (Air Attack)

 

JFF Fall 2004 Season:

 

Mid-Season Offensive MVP: Michael Bennett, HB, JFF Minnesota Vikings (Wacavelli)

Mid-Season Defensive MVP: Charles Grant, DE, JFF New Orleans Saints (Chefshow2)

Regular Season Offensive MVP**: Michael Bennett, HB, JFF Minnesota Vikings (Wacavelli)

Regular Season Defensive MVP**: Charles Grant, DE, JFF New Orleans Saints (Chefshow2)

 

JFF Fall 2005 Season:

 

Mid-Season Offensive MVP: Julius Jones, HB, JFF Dallas Cowboys (Robby D!)

Mid-Season Defensive MVP: John Abraham, DE, JFF N.Y. Jets (Nick)

Regular Season Offensive MVP**: Michael Bennett, HB, JFF Minnesota Vikings (Wacavelli)

Regular Season Defensive MVP**: John Abraham, DE, JFF N.Y. Jets (Nick)

 

JFF Fall 2006 Season:

 

Mid-Season Offensive MVP: Vernon Davis, TE, JFF San Francisco 49ers (The Natural)

Mid-Season Defensive MVP: Jason David, CB, JFF Indianapolis Colts (Brandon Harris)

Regular Season Offensive MVP**: Vernon Davis, TE, JFF San Francisco 49ers (The Natural)

Regular Season Defensive MVP**: Dwight Freeney, DE, JFF Indianapolis Colts (Brandon Harris)

 

JFF Spring / Summer 2013 Season:

 

Mid-Season Offensive MVP: Arian Foster, HB, JFF Houston Texans (Pasadena Soldier)

Mid-Season Defensive MVP: Kenny Phillips, SS, JFF N.Y. Giants (Mike Ruiz)

Regular Season Offensive MVP: Arian Foster, HB, JFF Houston Texans (Pasadena Soldier)

Regular Season Defensive MVP: Jason Pierre-Paul, DE, JFF N.Y. Giants (Mike Ruiz)

 

 

** Selections with two asterisks next to them represent that these MVP selections were voted on by the full league membership;

All other selections are always chosen by the JFF Website Manager & Story Editor