JFF Spring 2015 Mid-Season League OFFENSIVE MVP

C.J. SPILLER

HALFBACK

 

Comment: The JFF Buffalo Bills have one of the most balanced offensive attacks in the league, and this is due in large part to the rushing efforts of JFF Bills HB C.J. Spiller. Spiller has a great combination of strength and speed that very few running backs in the league possess. Spiller deserves a large part of the credit for why Buffalo remains the only undefeated team in the league.

 

Best game to date: 18 rushing attempts for 189 rushing yards and 4 touchdowns in Buffalo’s 56-24 victory over Washington (Week Nine)

 

Spring 2015 Mid-Season Offensive MVP – First Runner-Up

Spring 2015 Mid-Season Offensive MVP – Second Runner-Up

Adrian Peterson

HALFBACK

Cam Newton

Quarterback

Spring 2015 Mid-Season Offensive MVP – Third Runner-Up

Spring 2015 Mid-Season Offensive MVP – Fourth Runner-Up

Ron Gronkowski

TIGHT END

Tyrod Taylor

HALFBACK

JFF Spring 2015 Mid-Season League DEFENSIVE MVP

HALOTI NGATA

DEFENSIVE END

 

Comment: The defense of the JFF Baltimore Ravens are only allowing 15.2 points per game (second best in the league) and they currently have the seventh best overall defense and the fourth best pass defense, and one of the major reasons why is because of JFF Ravens Defensive End Haloti Ngata, who currently leads the leagues in total sacks. If quarterbacks on the opposing teams feel rushed, give credit to Ngata.

 

Best game to date: 5 sacks in Baltimore’s 38-3 victory over San Francisco (Week One)

 

Spring 2015 Mid-Season Defensive MVP – First Runner-Up

Spring 2015 Mid-Season Defensive MVP – Second Runner-Up

Joe Haden

Cornerback

Brady Noble

Cornerback

Spring 2015 Mid-Season Defensive MVP – Third Runner-Up

Spring 2015 Mid-Season Defensive MVP – Fourth Runner-Up

Mason Foster

Inside Linebacker

Danieal Manning

Strong Safety