Tru 22 Week 15
Tru’s All 22
The main goal of the Tru 22 is the best 22 players at each respective position. The only stipulation is you must ball and you cannot fall. And if you fall YOU BETTER (schef voice) go down like a member of the 300 Spartans LOL. So here are the 22 Tru Ballers for week 15….
QB Jameis Winston Tampa Bay Buccaneers
🗣🗣 Alexa play outta my system by Bow Wow. After his first quarter interception he shredded the Lions defense and made impressive throws on every level. 2nd consecutive game throwing for 450+ yards. That is a historic mark.
RB Kenyon Drake Arizona Cardinals
Here at Views we look at Drake as an every down running back. He shows elite balance, great vision, quick feet, soft hands, and plenty of speed to generate big plays on the ground. 4 touchdowns against the Browns this week and he used all of those traits listed above.
RB Ezekiel Elliott Dallas Cowboys
His limited appearances on the Tru 22 are not because of his ability, it's because of the horrible coaching job of the Dallas Cowboys. Zeke showcases his complete skill set to create yards after contact and finish runs. When he gets adequate touches the Cowboys are a nightmare on Sundays.
WR Julio Jones Atlanta Falcons
The biggest mismatch at wideout outside of Calvin Johnson. Jones took advantage of a Richard Sherman-less 49ers defense. 13 catches and two touchdowns including the game winner.
WR Breshad Perriman Tampa Bay Buccaneers
This week he beat his defenders on a go route, a crossing route, and a post. On all 3 Perriman showcased the ability to create separation with his speed. With him attacking the deeper portion of the field and Goodwin and the rest of the guys attacking elsewhere, I wonder, is Mike Evans expendable?🤔🤔
TE Travis Kelce Kansas City Chiefs
It should be illegal for a player this big to be able to move the way he does. Kelce showed off his ability to run various routes with precision. One of the biggest mismatches in the NFL
T Tyson Smith Dallas Cowboys
Smith did an exceptional job this week in pass protection. He also really stood out as a run blocker as he was a big part of 44 yard touchdown run by Tony Pollard.
T Laell Collins Dallas Cowboys
The right tackle had a solid week as the cowboys ran the ball at will against the undersized rams front 7. Although the left side produced the bigger plays, Dallas still got what they wanted when they ran to his side.
G Joe Thuney New England Patriots
He has been the best offensive lineman the patriots have had all year. Thuney consistently creates running lanes for the running backs and provides Tom Brady with at least one spot in the pocket to step up into to make throws. He should be on the all pro team this year and if he is not I am gonna have some questions as to why he isn't
G Zac Martin Dallas Cowboys
Martin dominated at the point of attack clearing the way for quite a few big plays in the Cowboys running game. He saw a lot of Aaron Donald this week and did a good job of containing him. When the Cowboys win he is always a candidate because of his ability to be consistent with his play and technique.
C Travis Frederick Dallas Cowboys
Glad to see him healthy and out on the field making an impact. He is the key piece to that Dallas line because he keeps everybody on the same page. When he and the entire line is healthy this is the best unit in the league. I wouldn't want to play them in a win or go home game in January.
DT Kenny Clark Green Bay Packers
8 tackles for a down lineman says that he was controlling the line of scrimmage. Clark recorded 2 sacks this week against the Bears. The edge guys are getting more attention so Clark must continue to win his matchup especially when he is one on one.
Edge Danielle Hunter Minnesota Vikings
One of the most complete and fierce ends in the world. Hunter late in the 2nd quarter beat the right tackle and a running back to not only get a strip sack but also be the lead blocker on a fumble recovery for a touchdown. The only thing he didn't do was sell popcorn on the play.
Edge Yannick Ngakoue Jacksonville Jaguars
His explosiveness is what makes him a problem. He possesses the natural bend to go with the ability to use his hands to give any tackle a issue on any given play. 2 sacks and a spoiled Raiders farewell to Oakland.
LB Bobby Wagner Seattle Seahawks
Watching him for the last 8+ years has been a pleasure. He shows the exceptional ability to read the QB's eyes in coverage and react and make a play on the football. This is literally the sequence you witness when you take a look at his interception this week against the Panthers
LB KJ Wright Seattle Seahawks
Wright's value in today's NFL is underrated because of his ability to cover tight ends and backs out of the backfield. He picked off Kyle Allen twice this week. Once by simply maintaining his responsibility in coverage and the other by being in the right place at the right time.
LB Zac Cunningham Houston Texans
The young linebacker was a force in the running game this week. He made stop after stop inside on Derrick Henry and Dion Lewis.
CB Sean Murphy-Bunting Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Its nothing like home cooking they say and the Detroit native showed up against the Lions. Not only did he register 8 tackles but he also did a great job defending an out route in which he intercepted and scored on. If he can continue to get better this Bucs defense has a chance to really turn into something special.
CB Stephon Gilmore New England Patriots
Gilmore had 2 picks this week and almost came down with a 3rd that he dropped. 1st pick he simply had great positioning. While on the second he baited Andy Dalton into a throw that resulted in a house call. Gilmore is the best corner in the NFL right now and that includes number 20 in Hollywood.
CB Tre'Davious White Buffalo Bills
The way White is able to consistently follow number 1 receivers and make them work for 60 mins consistently suggest that some respect be put on his game. Mr. White cashed in two picks against the Steelers in a huge game for the Bills as they clinched a playoff spot in the win.
S Tyrann Mathieu Kansas City Chiefs
The Honey badger has always been a playmaker. He had a sack and a pass breakup in the endzone that not too many cornerbacks can make consistently. His ball skills are special and he is the biggest part of the chiefs secondary success
S Harrison Smith Minnesota Vikings
The veteran safety turned in a solid performance for a defensive unit that forced 7 turnovers Sunday. He made an impressive stop near the goal line and also intercepted Phillip Rivers on a pass that showed he still has the ability to find the ball and make a play on it. As long as he is healthy and that front 7 stays healthy the Vikings will have a chance to play spoiler in January.