JFF Fall 2014 Mid-Season League OFFENSIVE MVP

 

 

 

CAM NEWTON

QUARTERBACK

 

Comment: Very few, if any other quarterbacks in the league this season have thrown for as many passing yards against quality human user teams in the manner that JFF Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton has. Newton is the engine that makes the Carolina offense go. Newton has the mobility to get out of the pocket if need be, but he can also play the role of the traditional pocket-passing quarterback when necessary.

 

Best game to date: 17/20 for 253 passing yards and 4 touchdowns in Carolina’s 40-19 victory over Cincinnati (Week 6)

 

JFF Fall 2014 Mid-Season League OFFENSIVE MVP – 1st Runner-Up

 

 

 

MARQUISE GOODWIN

WIDE RECEIVER

 

Comment: Many league members naively believe that a wide receiver has to be tall in order to be effective. Well, they are wrong. JFF Buffalo Bills WR Marquise Goodwin is only 5’9”, but he very might be the best pound-for-pound, inch-for-inch receiver in the entire league. In many games during the first half of the season, Goodwin has been QB E.J. Manuel’s favorite target, and when you look at Goodwin’s stats … can you blame him?

 

Best game to date: 8 receptions for 249 receiving yards and 2 touchdowns in Buffalo’s 45-29 victory over New England (Week 6)

 

JFF Fall 2014 Mid-Season League OFFENSIVE MVP – 2nd Runner-Up

 

 

 

RAY RICE

HALFBACK

 

Comment: Okay, okay. So Mr. Rice has not been “Mr. Likeable” in real life because of his personal problems. The fact still remains, #27 is still a beast for the JFF Baltimore Ravens, and might just be the best all-purpose back in the league. On the ground, Rice has rushed 145 times for 962 rushing yards and in addition, Rice has 43 receptions for 297 receiving yards.

 

Best game to date: 27 rushing attempts for 225 rushing yards and 2 touchdowns and also 8 receptions for 44 receiving yards in Baltimore’s 29-23 OT victory over Tampa Bay (Week 6)

 

 

JFF Fall 2014 Mid-Season League OFFENSIVE MVP – 3rd Runner-Up

 

 

 

TERRELLE PRYOR

QUARTERBACK

 

Comment: When it comes to the combination of height, throwing power, and foot speed, there is simply no quarterback in the league who is more dangerous than Terrelle Pryor of the JFF Indianapolis Colts. Indianapolis is 7-2-0 overall, but they are actually undefeated in the five games where Pryor played the entire game. In the first half of the season, Pryor has rushed 47 times for 389 rushing yards and 5 rushing touchdowns.

 

Best game to date: 6/8 for 119 passing yards and 2 touchdowns and also 21 rushing attempts for 185 rushing yards and 3 touchdowns in Indianapolis’ 42-0 victory over Jacksonville (Week 3)

 

 

 

JFF Fall 2014 Mid-Season League OFFENSIVE MVP – 4th Runner-Up

 

 

 

ROB GRONKOWSKI

TIGHT END

 

Comment: You would think the leading receiver in the league would be an ultra-fast wide receiver. Wrong. JFF New England Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski has been an absolute beast in the first seven games of the season, although he is currently inactive until Week 12 due to a shoulder tear. All Gronkowski has done in seven games is accumulate 89 receptions for 1,448 receiving yards and 11 receiving touchdowns.

 

Best game to date: 12 receptions for 202 receiving yards and 2 touchdowns in New England’s 30-28 victory over Miami (Week 1)

 

 

 

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