As the season approaches the final 2 weeks, we have some stand out players that should be recognized.
Kyler Murray – AZ
Kyler Murray is set to finish top 3 in MVP voting for the second straight season, completing an insane 77% of his passes and 31 touchdowns, Murray has the Cardinals firmly at the NFC 1 seed.
Carson Wentz – PHI
Wentz already has had glory once this cycle, and after a rough S2, he is back among the elite. With a league leading 41 touchdowns and 120 qb rating, Philly has all their Truzz in the NDSU alum who is really just putting on a clinic at the QB position.
Deshaun Watson – HOU
The Texans are in their best season of the cycle and are coming off a 63 point offensive performance against the defending champs. Watson is playing as good as ever as he is tied with Wentz at 41 touchdowns thrown. The big turnaround has been his turnover margin where he cut his interceptions in half from last season.
Tarik Cohen – NE
Tarik will compete in only 15 games this season but that hasnt stopped him from having more than a 100 yard lead on the rushing yards title. Cohen’s insane 8.1 ypc has been a big reason for the Patriots late season playoff push.
Saquon Barkley – NYG
Barkley is no stranger to the Top Madden MVP trophy and his 18 touchdowns put him on top of the current polls for the award. The Giants phenom is having his best season of the cycle as the Giants look to return to the NFC Championship.
Christian McCaffrey – CAR
CMC has been the lone bright spot on the 5 win Panthers, but has put up some great numbers. averaging 7 ypc and 14 touchdowns, Christian is proving why hes a 99 overall HB.
Dillon Steele – MIA
From a weak WR draft class, the Hokie has emerged as a super star caliber player. Steele is having a monster year for Miami with 14 touchdowns and over 1400 yards. One can only imagine what it would be like if he were to have Tua throwing to him.
Henry Ruggs III – NYJ
The major offseason story was the Ruggs trade to New York. Ruggs has had an immediate impact with 16 touchdowns but more importantly, the Jets are a playoff contender.
Quincy Howard – GB
Another rookie standout, Howard has amassed 1300 yards on 60 catches as well a 15 scores. A streaky player who can take over the game at any time, Howard is perfect for the aggressive Packer offense.
Eddie Cardona – SF
The Nick Escobar departure has proven to be a win for SF as both Aiyuk and Cardona are balling tf out. Cardona leads the league with 17 touchdowns, 5 of which game in his last performance.
Bryan Aiken – CIN
The Bengals love their Georgia pass catchers as Aiken has established himself as possibly the leagues best tight end. 1300 yards and 11 touchdowns is unheard of from a rookie tight end.
David Njoku – GB
If you have played the Packers, you know how insane Njoku is. One of the most dominant intermediate pass catchers, Love trust him in any and all 1 on 1 scenarios.
Albert Okwuegbunam – IND
Big Al is up to 14 touchdowns on the season and has stepped up big for the Colts who are not quite dominating through JT like they have before.