Eastbay Fantasy Challenge // Week 6

Eastbay Fantasy Challenge // Week 6

Eastbay Fantasy Challenge // Week 6

words // Brandon Richard

In a lot of ways, Nike Football’s Fantasy Challenge team has been like the real life Philadelphia Eagles. There’s a surplus of talent on the roster, but the performance hasn’t lived up to the hype. That changed in Week 6, when Aaron Rodgers and Ray Rice carried Nike to their first win of the season.

Every brand got big numbers from their quarterback. Tom Brady (New England Patriots/Under Armour/Fierce) and Peyton Manning (Denver Broncos/Reebok/Gameday Custom) put up 19.8 and 22.16, respectively. However, Robert Griffin III (Washington Redskins/adidas/adiZero 5-Star Mid) and Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers/Nike/Alpha Talon Elite) were the fantasy studs of the week, recording the two largest overall totals. Against the undefeated Houston Texans, Rodgers passed for 338 yards and six  touchdown passes for a season high 39.22 points. Griffin threw one touchdown pass, but ran for 138 yards and and two touchdowns for an equally impressive 35.08 points for adidas.

Calvin Johnson (Detroit Lions/Nike/Vapor Talon Elite) helped Nike’s big day by leading all wide receivers with 13.50 points. Roddy White (Atlanta Falcons/Reebok/Gameday Custom) followed closely with 13.20, while teammate Julio Jones (Atlanta Falcons/Under Armour/Mercenary II) put up a modest 6.30. Titus Young (Detroit Lions/adidas/adiZero 5-Star Mid) was a non-factor with a meager 0.60 total.

Ray Rice (Baltimore Ravens/Nike/Lunar Superbad Pro) wasn’t dominant on the ground Sunday, but his two touchdowns and effectiveness in the past game helped him notch a 22.60 total. Consistent all year, Arian Foster (Houston Texans/Under Armour/Nitro IV Low) managed just 29 yards on the ground, but scored twice for a big 16.10 point day. Reggie Bush (Miami Dolphins/adidas/SuperCharge Mid) and Jamaal Charles (Kansas City Chiefs/Reebok/Gameday Custom) each had modest days.

Defensively, we lost one of the all-time greats for the season when Ray Lewis (Baltimore Ravens/Under Armour/Fierce) suffered torn triceps. Before exiting the game, he made 14 tackles to lead all defenders with 7 points. Von Miller (Denver Broncos/adidas/Malice 2 Fly), Clay Matthews (Green Bay Packers/Nike/Vapor Carbon Fly) and DeMarcus Ware (Dallas Cowboys/Reebok/Gameday Custom) all scored within the 1.5 to 2.5 range.

Nike led the field at the three highest scoring positions, so its no surprise that they came away with the victory in Week 6. Their 77.32 total is the best from any brand this year. Is the Swoosh ready for a midseason surge?

Eastbay Fantasy Challenge Week 6 // Aaron RodgersWeek 6 Point Totals

Team Under Armour:
QB – Tom Brady 19.80
WR – Julio Jones – 6.30
RB – Arian Foster – 16.10
D – Ray Lewis – 7.0
Total – 49.20

Team Nike:
QB – Aaron Rodgers – 39.22
WR – Calvin Johnson – 13.50
RB – Ray Rice – 22.60
D – Clay Matthews – 2.0
Total – 77.32

Team Reebok:
QB – Peyton Manning – 22.16
WR – Roddy White – 13.20
RB – Jamaal Charles – 4.70
D – DeMarcus Ware – 1.50
Total – 41.56

Team adidas:
QB – Robert Griffin III – 35.08
WR – Titus Young – 0.60
RB – Reggie Bush – 6.10
D – Von Miller – 2.50
Total – 44.28

Eastbay Fantasy Challenge // Week 5

Eastbay Fantasy Challenge // Week 5

Eastbay Fantasy Challenge // Week 5

words // Brandon Richard

Under Armour started off strong, but has been down on their luck since Week 1 of the Eastbay Fantasy Challenge season. However, a balanced attack this past weekend helped them reclaim the throne for Week 5.

The quarterback crop was led by Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers/Nike/Alpha Talon Elite) and Peyton Manning (Denver Broncos/Reebok/Gameday Custom), who racked up 25.42 and 24.70 respectively. Tom Brady (New England Patriots/Under Armour/Fierce) was steady for UA, while Robert Griffin III’s (Washington Redskins/adidas/adiZero 5-Star Mid) concussion and early exit dealt a serious blow to adidas’ Week 5 hopes.

Julio Jones (Atlanta Falcons/Under Armour/Mercenary II) caught 10 balls for 94 yards and a touchdown, leading all receivers with a massive 22.8 total. Larry Fitzgerald (Arizona Cardinals/Nike/Vapor Talon Elite 3/4) followed with 9.2 points on eight catches for 92 yards. With Julio’s big day, Roddy White (Atlanta Falcons/Reebok/Gameday Custom) caught just four balls for 68 yards and Davone Bess (Miami Dolphins/adidas/adiZero 5-Star Mid) put together a subpar score of 4.90.

Team adidas got a much needed jolt from Frank Gore (San Francisco 49ers/adidas/adiZero 5-Star), who ran for 106 yards and a touchdown to lead the running backs with 16.6 points. Mr. Reliable Arian Foster (Houston Texans/Under Armour/Nitro IV Low) put together his usual mid-double-digit day, followed by a solid 11.80 outing by Ray Rice (Baltimore Ravens/Nike/Lunar Super Bad Pro). Maurice Jones-Drew continued to have a rough go at it, racking up just 56 yards for no scores in a blowout loss to the Chicago Bears.

It was an overall great week on the defensive side of the ball, starting with Von Miller (Denver Broncos/adidas/Malice 2 Fly) and his 8 tackle, 2 sack and 1 forced fumble performance. Ray Lewis (Baltimore Ravens/Under Armour/Fierce), David Harris (New York Jets/Reebok/Gameday Custom) and Clay Matthews (Green Bay Packers/Nike/Vapor Carbon Fly) each scored in the 4.0 to 5.0 range to round a productive week for the defenders.

With quality performances across the board, Under Armour grabs a much needed win to get back into the race. With Arian Foster constantly finding the endzone, it appears that UA will be a weekly threat. See how Week 5 broke down below.

Eastbay Fantasy Challenge Week 5 // Tom BradyWeek 5 Point Totals

Team Under Armour:
QB – Tom Brady 18.72
WR – Julio Jones – 22.80
RB – Arian Foster – 15.50
D – Ray Lewis – 5.0
Total – 62.02

Team Nike:
QB – Aaron Rodgers – 25.42
WR – Larry Fitzgerald – 9.20
RB – Ray Rice – 11.80
D – Clay Matthews – 4.00
Total – 50.42

Team Reebok:
QB – Peyton Manning – 24.70
WR – Roddy White – 6.80
RB – Maurice Jones-Drew – 5.90
D – David Harris – 4.50
Total – 41.90

Team adidas:
QB – Robert Griffin III – 4.34
WR – Davone Bess – 4.90
RB – Frank Gore – 16.60
D – Von Miller – 8.00
Total – 33.84

Eastbay Fantasy Challenge // Week 4

Eastbay Fantasy Challenge // Week 4

Eastbay Fantasy Challenge // Week 4

words // Brandon Richard

Fresh off of Reebok’s Week 3 Eastbay Fantasy Challenge victory, we’re back for another round – this time with the real refs making the calls.

For the first time in Eastbay Fantasy Challenge, Robert Griffin III did not lead the field in scoring. This time around, it was Cam Newton (Carolina Panthers/Under Armour/Cam Highlight) who took the top spot, racking up 31.2 points on three total touchdowns. Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers/Nike/Alpha Talon Elite) followed closely with four touchdown passes for 28.06 points. RG3 (Washington Redskins/adidas/adiZero 5-Star) and Eli Manning (New York Giants/Reebok/Custom Cleats) each turned in sold performances with 23.22 and 18.36 points, respectively.

Wide receivers not named Roddy White didn’t offer much to their teams this week. Roddy (Atlanta Falcons/Reebok/Zig Blaze) was the week’s second highest scorer, grabbing 8 balls for 169 yards and two touchdowns in a 28.9 point effort. Calvin Johnson (Detroit Lions/Nike/Vapor Pro Low), Julio Jones (Atlanta Falcons/Under Armour/Mercenary III) and Titus Young (Detroit Lions/adidas/adiZero 5-Star) each scored 5.4 points or less.

Fantasy Challenge running backs had a solid week, led by Arian Foster (Houston Texans/Under Armour/Nitro Diablo) and his 15.4 points. Ray Rice (Baltimore Ravens/Nike/Lunar Superbad Pro TD) followed with 9.6, while DeMarco Murray (Dallas Cowboys/adidas/SuperCharge Mid) and Maurice Jones-Drew (Jacksonville Jaguars/Reebok/Zig Blaze) chipped in with 8.1 and 8.

DeMarcus Ware (Dallas Cowboys/Reebok/Custom Cleats) led all defenders for the second straight week, recording a sack, three tackles and a forced fumble against the Chicago Bears on Monday. Clay Matthews (Green Bay Packers/Nike/Vapor Carbon Fly) held steady with 4 points, while Ray Lewis (Baltimore Ravens/Under Armour) and Mario Williams (Buffalo Bills/adidas/Scorch X Mid) made modest contributions.

With these numbers, it was Reebok who claimed the top spot for the second consecutive week and third time overall. Though they turned over licensing rights, Reebok clearly has a roster of talented players. Are these early season wins a sign of things to come?

Roddy White wearing Reebok Zig Blaze CleatsWeek 4 Point Totals

Team Under Armour:
QB – Cam Newton – 31.20
WR – Julio Jones – 3.0
RB – Arian Foster – 15.40
D – Ray Lewis – 2
Total – 51.60

Team Nike:
QB – Aaron Rodgers – 28.06
WR – Calvin Johnson – 5.40
RB – Ray Rice – 9.60
D – Clay Matthews – 4
Total – 47.06

Team Reebok:
QB – Eli Manning – 18.36
WR – Roddy White – 28.90
RB – Maurice Jones-Drew – 8.0
D – DeMarcus Ware – 4.5
Total – 59.76

Team adidas:
QB – Robert Griffin III – 23.22
WR – Titus Young – 2.20
RB – Demarco Murray – 8.10
D – Mario Williams – 1
Total – 34.52

Eastbay Fantasy Challenge // Week 3

Eastbay Fantasy Challenge // Week 3

Eastbay Fantasy Challenge // Week 3

words // Brandon Richard

As he did in the first two weeks, Robert Griffin III (Washington Redskins/adidas/5-Star) led all scorers with another productive outing. The Redskins dropped a close game to the Cincinnati Bengals, but RG3 found the endzone through the air and on the ground to rack up 25.34 total points. Peyton Manning (Denver Broncos/Reebok/Custom Cleats) struggled against the stifling Houston Texans defense early, but rallied late to post a big total for Reebok. Cam Newton (Carolina Panthers/Under Armour/Cam Highlight) and Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers/Nike/Alpha Talon Elite 3/4) both struggled in their games, each scoring just a little more than 10 points.

After a couple of disappointing weeks, Calvin Johnson (Detroit Lions/Nike/Vapor Pro Low) put up “Megatron” quality numbers for Nike, catching 10 balls for 164 yards and a touchdown for 22.4 points. Titus Young (Detroit Lions/adidas/5-Star Mid) and Julio Jones (Atlanta  Falcons/Under Armour/Mercenary III) each had solid outings for their respective brands, while Roddy White (Atlanta Falcons/Reebok/Custom Cleats) turned in a disappointing 5.5 point performance.

Running backs were big contributors this week, as Maurice Jones Drew (Jacksonville Jaguars/Reebok/Custom Cleats), Ray Rice (Baltimore Ravens/Nike/Lunar Superbad Pro TD) and Arian Foster (Houston Texans/Under Armour/Nitro Diablo) all put up totals ranging from 16.8 to 25.3. The lone drop off came from Reggie Bush (Miami Dolphins/adidas), who left the Dolphins’ game early after taking a helmet to the left knee.

Making the biggest defensive impact in Week 3 was LB DeMarcus Ware (Dallas Cowboys/Reebok/Custom Cleats), who sacked Josh Freeman twice and forced two fumbles in the Cowboys’ win over Tampa Bay. Ray Lewis (Baltimore Ravens/Under Armour) gave UA a boost with his 10 tackles and 5 points, while Mario Williams (Buffalo Bills/adidas/Scorch X Mid) and Clay Matthews (Green Bay Packers/Nike/Vapor Carbon Fly) put up modest totals in their games.

When it was all said and done, MoJo and Peyton’s 20+ point outings helped lift Team Reebok to a Week 3 victory. Team Nike followed closely, while adidas and Under Armour took the final two spots.

Eastbay Fantasy Challenge // Week 3 - Maurice Jones-Drew for ReebokWeek 3 Updated Points & Totals:

Team Under Armour:
QB – Cam Newton – 10.28
WR – Julio Jones – 12.70
RB –  Arian Foster – 16.80
D – Ray Lewis – 5.0

Total Week 3: 44.78
Total Weeks 1-3:  193.28

Team Nike:
QB – Aaron Rodgers – 10.62
WR – Calvin Johnson – 22.40
RB – Ray Rice – 21.00
D – Clay Matthews – 1.5

Total Week 3:  55.55
Total Weeks 1-3:  206.93

Team Reebok:
QB – Peyton Manning – 21.20
WR – Roddy White – 5.50
RB – Maurice Jones-Drew – 25.30
D – DeMarcus Ware – 8.5

Total Week 3:  60.5
Total Weeks 1-3:  223.92

Team adidas:
QB – Robert Griffin III – 25.34
WR – Titus Young – 13.50
RB – Reggie Bush – 6.20
D – Mario Williams – 3.5

Total Week 3:  48.55
Total Weeks 1-3:  198.73

Eastbay Presents Fantasy Challenge

Eastbay Presents Fantasy Challenge

words // Brandon Richard

Perhaps the biggest move of the NFL off season had nothing to do with players, but rather apparel licensing rights. After a 10-year partnership, the NFL parted ways with Reebok and Nike took the reins as the league’s official outfitter. Nike introduced new Elite 51 Uniforms, team-specific game accessories and a new lineup of colorful cleated footwear.

While Nike has a leg up on the competition with apparel rights, the balance between the major sportswear brands and superstar endorsers is actually quite surprising.

Under Armour has a two-headed monster quarterback tandem of Cam Newton (Carolina Panthers/Under Armour/Signature Cleat) and Tom Brady (New England Patriots/Under Armour/Custom Cleats); perhaps the league’s best running back in Arian Foster (Houston Texans/Under Armour/Nitro Diablo); a receiving core of Julio Jones (Atlanta Falcons/Under Armour), Miles Austin (Dallas Cowboys/Under Armour) and Anquan Boldin (Baltimore Ravens/Under Armour); and two of the league’s most intense defenders in Ray Lewis (Baltimore Ravens/Under Armour/Fierce Havoc) and Jason Pierre-Paul (New York Giants/Under Armour).

Representing Reebok are the Manning brothers, Peyton and Eli (Denver Broncos/New York Giants/Reebok/Custom Cleats). San Diego’s Philip Rivers (San Diego Chargers/Reebok) rounds out the top QB trio, while Maurice Jones-Drew (Jacksonville Jaguars/Reebok) and Ahmad Bradshaw (New York Giants/Reebok) rep the Vector on the ground. Reebok wideouts include Roddy White (Atlanta Falcons/Reebok), Brandon Marshall (Chicago Bears/Reebok), Reggie Wayne (Indianapolis Colts/Reebok) and Antonio Brown (Pittsburgh Steelers/Reebok). DeMarcus Ware (Dallas Cowboys/Reebok/Custom Cleat) and David Harris (New York Jets/Reebok) wear the brand on defense.

How about adidas? They impressed us all this past spring by agreeing to terms with perhaps the league’s most marketable player, Robert Griffin III (Washington Redskins/adidas/5-Star). They also inked rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill (Miami Dolphins/adidas) and added Kendall Wright (Tennessee Titans/adidas/5-Star Mid) to their young receiving core. Reggie Bush (Miami Dolphins/adidas) and C.J. Spiller (Buffalo Bills/adidas/5-Star Low) carry the rock in 3-Stripes, while reigning Defensive Rookie of the Year Von Miller (Denver Broncos/adidas/5-Star Mid) joined the brand last season.

Of course, there’s Nike. We’re talking Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers/Nike), Michael Vick (Philadelphia Eagles/Nike), Andrew Luck (Indianapolis Colts/Nike) and Alex Smith (San Francisco 49er’s/Nike/Vapor Talon Elite) taking snaps. Try LeSean McCoy (Philadelphia Eagles/Nike/Superbad), Ray Rice (Baltimore Ravens/Nike/Superbad) and “Beast Mode” Marshawn Lynch (Seattle Seahawks/Nike) at running back. Larry Fitzgerald (Arizona Cardinals/Nike), Calvin Johnson (Detroit Lions/Nike/Vapor Talon Elite), DeSean Jackson (Philadelphia Eagles/Nike) and Victor Cruz (New York Giants/Nike) on the receiving end of deep bombs. Need defensive playmakers? Darrelle Revis (New York Jets/Nike), Troy Polamalu (Pittsburgh Steelers/Nike/Vapor Talon Elite) and Clay Matthews (Green Bay Packers/Nike) aren’t bad options.

With this in mind, we thought it’d be interesting to play our very own version of fantasy football. Each week in fan-chosen, fantasy football style we’ll highlight the ultimate lineup of athletes chosen by you, the fans. In the Eastbay Fantasy Challenge, a quarterback, running back, wide receiver and a defensive player will be selected for every brand each week.  Scoring is being based on NFL.com’s standard Fantasy league format. Passing, rushing and receiving touchdowns earn 6 points; quarterbacks get a point for every 25 passing yards; running backs and wide receivers get a point for every 10 yards gained; turnovers result in 2-point deductions; kickers earn 3-5 points for all field goals and a single point for each successful extra point conversion.

In our game, we’re selecting one defensive player instead of an entire team defense. Defenders receive 2 points for safeties, interceptions and fumbles recovered. Sacks are a point a piece, while defensive touchdowns are worth 6. As a bonus, we’re going off of the chart and giving .5 points per tackle.

Now that you know how the games are being scored, check out our recap of the first two weeks of the season.

The obvious attention-grabber in Week 1 was the quarterback match-up, featuring four studs projected to put up big fantasy numbers throughout the season. Veterans Aaron Rodgers representing Nike and Peyton Manning in his Reebok Custom Cleats rolled out impressive totals, while Cam Newton representing Under Armour in his signature Highlight cleat struggled to get going. However, it was Washington Redskins rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III taking snaps in his adidas 5-Star Cleats who stole the show, winning the war of the QBs with two touchdown passes and 25 total points. Another adidas athlete stole the show for the running back group as well when C.J. Spiller in his adidas 5-Star Low Cleats of the Buffalo Bills had 169 rushing yards and a touchdown to top solid performances by his counterparts.

“Megatron” Calvin Johnson wearing Nike Vapor Talon Elite’s figured to be the week’s top receiver, but it was second-year sensation Julio Jones of the Atlanta Falcons and representing Under Armour who emerged as the top deep threat. Jones caught six balls for 108 yards, two touchdowns and 22.8 fantasy points. Chicago’s Brandon Marshall held up strong for Reebok with 119 receiving yards and a touchdown, while rookie Kendall Wright in his adidas 5-Star Mid didn’t provide much pop for adidas.

As the old saying goes, defense wins games, and it held true again in this match-up. Von Miller (Denver Broncos/adidas/5-Star Mid), DeMarcus Ware (Dallas Cowboys/Reebok/Custom Cleat) and Troy Polamalu (Pittsburgh Steelers/Nike/Vapor Talon Elite’s) each recorded modest fantasy numbers, while 17-year vet Ray Lewis of the Baltimore Ravens who helped Under Armour pull out the overall victory with an impressive 8 points.

Despite the fact that adidas had the week’s top two scorers, Under Armour’s balanced attack helped them strike first. With that quartet of athletes, we shouldn’t expect this to be the last week that they lead the way.

Eastbay Fantasy Challenge // Cam Newton for Under Armour

WEEK 1

TEAM Under Armour
Cam Newton – 12.52
Arian Foster – 19.50
Julio Jones – 22.80
Ray Lewis – 8.0
Total = 62.82

TEAM Nike
Aaron Rodgers – 22.82
LeSean McCoy – 11.60
Calvin Johnson – 11.10
Troy Polamalu – 2.5
Total = 48.02

TEAM Reebok
Peyton Manning – 20.42
Maurice Jones-Drew – 9.50
Brandon Marshall – 17.90
DeMarcus Ware – 4.5
Total = 52.32

TEAM adidas
Robert Griffin III – 25
CJ Spiller – 23.40
Kendall Wright – 3.70
Von Miller – 4.0
Total = 56.10

How would RG3 follow-up last week’s performance as the top scorer? Only by doing it again. The Redskins dropped a close game to the upstart St. Louis Rams, but Griffin threw a touchdown and ran for two to rack up more than 30 fantasy points. Tom Brady subbed in for Cam Newton, but struggled to get going against the Arizona Cardinals and ultimately lost a home opener for the first time in his career. Alex Smith’s mistake-free, two touchdown performance in San Francisco’s win over the Detroit Lions helped him net a solid 17.74 point showing. Eli Manning packed the stat sheet with more than 500 yards passing and 3 touchdowns for the week’s second highest total.

As long as Arian Foster stays healthy, he may be one of the biggest keys in how this whole thing plays out. Foster found the endzone for the third time this season and ran for 110 yards to top all backs this week. Ray Rice put up respectable ground and pass-catch numbers to give Nike a needed boost; Maurice Jones-Drew was held without a touchdown for the second-straight game; and San Francisco’s Frank Gore ran for 112 and scored to give adidas a 16.5 point boost.

Calvin Johnson, Steve Smith and Titus Young left a lot to be desired as far as receiving numbers go. Once again, the week’s top receiver came from the Atlanta Falcons, the honors this time going to Roddy White. Roddy caught eight passes for 102 yards and a touchdown against brandmate Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos to secure 16.2 points for Reebok.

On the defensive side of the ball, Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews devastated Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears, recording 3.5 sacks in 23-10 win. DeMarcus Ware held steady with 4 total points, while Under Armour’s Dominique Rogers-Cromartie and adidas’ Mario Williams didn’t do much to help their respective brands’ cause.

Reebok walked away with the Week 2 victory and the theme was once again balance. RG3 and the adidas core of running backs can keep putting up crazy numbers, but if the receivers and defenders don’t step up, they’ll have a hard time getting on the scoreboard. Nike has the talent to compete every week, but when a guy like Calvin Johnson isn’t giving you superstar numbers, it leaves you with a lot of room to make up.

Eastbay Fantasy Challenge // Eli Manning for ReebokWEEK 2

TEAM Under Armour
Tom Brady – 14.54
Arian Foster – 20.70
Steve Smith – 10.40
Dominique Rogers Cromartie – 0.5
Total = 46.14

TEAM Nike
Alex Smith – 17.74
Ray Rice – 15.20
Calvin Johnson – 9.40
Clay Matthews – 7.0
Total = 49.34

TEAM Reebok
Eli Manning – 26.20
Maurice Jones-Drew – 12.70
Roddy White – 16.20
DeMarcus Ware – 4.0
Total = 59.10

TEAM adidas
Robert Griffin III – 30.44
Frank Gore – 16.50
Titus Young – 1.10
Mario Williams – 1.0
Total = 49.04

Now it’s your turn to let us know who you think should represent each brand in Week 3. Is Cam’s all-around game more appealing than Tom Brady’s consistency? Do you bench “Megatron” for the red hot Victor Cruz? Which Manning brother do you give the ball to? C.J. Spiller and Reggie Bush may be the best running backs in the league through two weeks – who’s running for you this time? Cast your votes and let us know who you think should participate in Week 3 of Turf Wars!

Eastbay Fantasy Challenge // C.J. Spiller for adidasWeek 3 Player Options

TEAM Under Armour
QB – Cam Newton or Tom Brady
RB – Arian Foster or Willis McGahee
WR – Julio Jones or Steve Smith
D – Ray Lewis or Jason Pierre-Paul

TEAM Nike
QB – Aaron Rodgers or Andrew Luck
RB – LeSean McCoy or Ray Rice
WR – Calvin Johnson or Victor Cruz
D – Clay Matthews or Troy Polamalu

TEAM Reebok
QB – Eli Manning or Peyton Manning
RB – Ahmad Bradshaw or Maurice Jones-Drew
WR – Roddy White or Brandon Marshall
D – DeMarcus Ware or David Harris

TEAM adidas
QB – Robert Griffin III or Ryan Tannehill
RB – CJ Spiller or Reggie Bush
WR – Kendall Wright or Titus Young
D – Mario Williams or Prince Amakuara