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All TSG Team Season 2

by Bo | 2 months ago | 2 Comments

Qb- Matt Ryan - For the second straight year QB play accross the league was in the tank. Matty Ice once again claims this spot. Accuracy and managing the game seems to be his clear road to success with a 74% completion clip and a 26 to 15 TD to interception ratio.


RB- Melvin Gordon- As stated last year around this time, if Gordon has a full season, he is guaranteed the #1 spot. League leading rusher and second to only Saquon Barkleyin TD's.


RB- Saquon Barkley- TD MACHINE. Barkley was able to lead all RBs in scores and finish 3rd in rushing. Biggest weapon on the leagues best offense.


Wr- Breshard Perriman- He's BACK! and this year he was on a war path. After being misused, ignored and damn near forgotten, Perriman found his way back in the care of the evil genius that made him great. Finishing 1st in Receptions along with an astounding 2000+ yards and 20 TDs this HOFer proudly reclaims his spot as TSG's best at the position


Wr- Odell Beckham Jr.- Cashing in, in a big way, on the loaded boxes to stop Saquon Barkley is OBJ. While not a high volume guy Odell was able to finish 2nd in receiving yards mostly due to his big play ability averaging just over 25 yds a catch. 


Wr- Amari Cooper- Well over 1400 yds and an absolute monster once he gets the ball in his hands. Cooper was able to rack up nearly 500 yds after the reception point on just 68 catches. Only OBJ did better and no other WRs were even close.


Wr- Julio Jones- Matt Ryan thank God every day for his Security blanket. 2nd in the lg in both TDs and receptions. Julio is the biggest reason Ryan looks as goid as he does.


TE- Zach Ertz- This guy moves chains. Lead all TEs with 67 catches and 894 yds. His biggest struggle is his teams biggest struggle. He cant find the enzone with only 2 TDs 


LT-  Rob Havenstein- Graded out as the best pass protector at left tackle across the league. THE biggest reason that Jared Goff was amongst the League's least sacked quarterbacks and his offense soared


LG- Marshall Yanda- The switch to left guard really benefited Marshall here. Didn't allow a single sack after 340 dropbacks. There is no debate that the Redskins have the best tandem of guards in the league as you will see a little further down the list


C- Ryan Jensin- Despite playing in the most pass-happy offense in the league (451att) Ryan was able to keep his offensive line composed and his qb healthy. Only 2 sacks was he responsible for and only 7 overall from the interior.


RG- Brandon Scherff- Let's just come out and say it the Redskins offense was terrible this year, but through no fault of this man. He pitched a shutout the entire year not giving up a single sack while being the biggest cog in a top 10 rushing attack.


RT-  JaWuan James- for the past 2 years James has been the highest rated right tackle in the sport. The Dolphins consistently can depend on him to open a lane and keep their quarterback upright. If you need a direction to point to explain the success of Kenyan Drake and this top 5 offense in general look no further.


LE- Carl Granderson- Rookie took the lg by storm this season, 23 SACKS 15 TFLs . Not since Javon Kearse have the Titans seen such an unblockable force. 


DT- DeForest Buckner- Any interior lineman that racks up 14 sacks needs to be tested for PEDs or Infinity Stones. Maybe he just benefited from having Powerhouse Solomon Thomas beside him. Either way to be able to destroy double and triple teams for an entire season is Superhero level crazy.


DT- Malik McDowell- 60 tackles from the DT spot along with leading the group with 14 tfls. This man was straight run stuffer. 


RE- Carl Lawson- Just edging out Nick Bosa for this position but both had Historic seasons. Leagues biggest hitter with 6 fumbles cost to go with 29 qb takedowns though is SCARY. Equally stout was his run defense with 20 run stuffs. With Burfict right behind him its fair to say when you play The Bengals do not run left.


LOLB- Denzel Perryman- 12 interceptions by a linebacker cannot be ignored. With 10 pass breakups to match this is easily the League's best coverage linebacker


MLB- CJ Moseley- Another 12 interception linebacker I don't know what's going on across the league. But CJ can do what Perryman can't and that's play the run and get after the quarterback with 18 tfl's and 5 sacks. 


MLB- Roquan Smith- A repeat from last year this man continues his dominant reign across the middle of that Chicago defense. Versatility is his game 80 tackles 15 for loss 9 sacks and 6 pics.


ROLB- Fred Warner- Once again a linebacker with double-digit interceptions. Straight up takeaways cannot be ignored. Much like CJ Mosley this man was no slouch against the Run with 90 tackles and 13 runs the stuffs


CB- Isaiah Oliver- Emered as the most productive member of the League's number one pass defense. Finished second among the group with 9 interceptions. Another year like this and he should be tagged a shutdown at this position.


CB- Jamal Agnew- Position leader in interceptions with 10. With such a small frame still isn't afraid to stick his nose in on the run with 66 tackles. 


CB- Jaire Alexander- Very underrated Packers defense and this is its shutdown corner that they've been waiting to blossom for years. 13 pass breakups with nine interceptions was good enough for second in his position group. Going forward I don't see anyone throwing in this direction for years


FS- Jessie Bates- For the second straight year he has this spot locked down as the best center fielder in TSG. Led all free safeties with 10 interceptions
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SS- Landon Collins- the patrolman in that Giants secondary Collins racked up the second most interceptions across the league with 11. One thing that is lacking from his game that we saw in the past is his ability to come up and make plays in the running game. Only finished with 60 tackles and no fumbles


K- Rich Crowell


P- Andy Lee


Returner- Travis Benjamin