College Football Fabulous 15 Offensive Skill Players Weekly MVP’S – Week #4!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger
2019 COLLEGE FOOTBALL WEEKLY MVP AWARD
FABULOUS 15 OFFENSIVE SKILL PLAYERS – WEEK #4
All MVP Players Must Be On Winning Team!
SIDEBAR I: Through The First Three Games and it may be a Little Premature, There Are Already a Few Heisman Trophy Favorites! Coming Into The Season, Quarterbacks Trevor Lawrence and Tua Tagovailoa Were Considered To Be The Top Two Favorites, but Currently, According to The Caesars Sportbook, QB Jalen Hurts, QB Joe Burrow, QB Justin Fields, QB Sam Ehlinger, QB Justin Herbert, and RB Jonathan Taylor are Other Heisman Trophy Candidate Favorites. Hurts, Tagovailoa, and Burrow Are Leading.
SIDEBAR II: Week #4 FABULOUS 15 OFFENSIVE MVP’S Include: QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson, QB Brock Purdy, QB Justin Fields, QB Joe Burrow, RB Jonathan Taylor. WR Michael Pittman, WR Ja’Marr Chase, WR Tony Brown, and WR Henry Riggs III. RB/AP DeMetric Felton, WR/AP Joe Reed, WR/AP Devin Duvernay, and SLOT WR/AP Xavier Smith. TE Jacob Breeland. Week #4 ELITE EIGHT DEFENSIVE MVP’S Include: RUSH END Chase Young and RUSH END Charles Snowden. DT Derrick Brown. OLB Josh Woods and OLB Evan Weaver. CB Montrell Estell, SS K’Von Wallace, and SPECIAL TEAMS Micah Baskerville.
TONY BROWN – COLORADO BUFFALOES
The Colorado Buffaloes Lost Two of its Best Football Players in The First Quarter and The Buffaloes Lost Another Great Player Later in The Game, but There Were Still Three Great Colorado Buffaloes Left, Including QB Steven Montez, WR Tony Brown, and All-Purpose Wide Receiver K.D. Nixon and The Rest of The Colorado Buffaloes.
The Buffaloes Rallied-Around Those Three Players who were Left and Pulled-Off An Unbelievable UPSET Victory and a Rare PAC-12 Conference Road Victory Over The Arizona State Sun Devils.
The Colorado Buffaloes Quarterback Steven Montez (6-4, 230, 4.72) From El Paso Del Valle, Texas Completed 23 of 30 Passes For 337-Yards and 3 Touchdowns and All 3 of His Touchdown Passes Were To One of his Super-Star Wide Receivers in Tony Brown (#18) From La Miranda, California and The Colorado Buffaloes Beat The #24 Ranked Arizona State Sun Devils, a Highly Ranked Team and Road Opponent PAC-12 Conference Team.
This Was The First Time For The Colorado Buffaloes in 17-Years To Beat A Ranked Team, On The Road, with Their 34-31 Victory. The Victory Was The Buffaloes First Victory Over a Ranked Road Team Since Beating The UCLA Bruins in 2002, a String of 36-Games.
The Colorado Buffaloes (3-1, 1-0) Had Scored 24-Points by Halftime and They Racked-Up 477-Yards of Total Offense Against The Sun Devils, Despite Having To-Play Most of the Game Without One of Their Super-Star Wide Receivers in Laviska Shenault, Due to an Injury.
Shenault (6-2, 220, 4.52) Was One of The Top Wide Receivers in The Country in 2018, as He Caught 86 Passes For 1,011-Yards and 6 Touchdowns. Shenault is Also a Very Versatile and Athletic Receiver as He Also Carried The Football in Short-Yardage Situations out of The Wildcat Formation with 115-Yards and 5 More Touchdowns on 17 Carries.
The Texas Tech Red Raiders Transfer, Tony Brown (6-1, 195, 4.42) Had Only 3 Career Touchdown Passes Before This Game, But in This Breakout-Game, He Picked-Up The Slack, With Shenault Injured, as He Caught 9 Passes for 150-Yards and All 3 of The Touchdown Passes by Montez.
The Colorado Buffaloes Defense Held When They Needed To with The Buffaloes Mustafa Johnson, Their Best Pass Rusher, out with an Ankle Injury. The 3 Touchdowns By Tony Brown Tied The Colorado Buffaloes Single-Game School Record.
Tony Brown Began His Collegiate Football Career with The Texas Tech Red Raiders and Red Raiders Coach Darrin Chiaverini Recruited Him To Lubbock and Then Became his Outside Wide Receivers Coach. After Coach Chiaverini Moved To The Colorado Buffaloes Brown Decided To Transfer To The Buffaloes.
Chiaverini Was The Outside Receivers Coach For The Red Raiders, as an Assistant Coach in 2014 and 2015. Chiaverini Then Moved on to The Buffaloes as Co-Offensive Coordinator and Wide Receivers Coach in 2016.
After Transferring To The Buffaloes, Brown Did Not Play For The Buffaloes in 2017, But Instead, he Chose To Enroll in January. Counting the 2018 Season, Brown Had Two Years of Eligibility.
In His First Two Two Seasons, For The Red Raiders, Brown had 27 Receptions for 378-Yards and a Touchdown. His 17.9-Yards Per Catch as a True Freshman in 2015 was The Best For The Red Raiders.
The Arizona State Sun Devils (3-1, 0-1 PAC-12) Won Their First Three Games of The Season Behind its Great Sun Devils Defense, allowing 21 Combined Points.
K.D. NIXON – COLORADO BUFFALOES
The Colorado Buffaloes Super All-Purpose Slot Wide Receiver and Kick-Return Man, K.D. Nixon (#3) Had an Incredible Game in The UPSET Victory Over The Arizona State Sun Devils.
The Buffaloes Lost Two of Their Best Football Players in The First Quarter and The Buffaloes Lost Another Great Player Later in The Game, but There Still Were These Three Great Colorado Buffaloes Left, Including QB Steven Montez , Co-MVP WR Tony Brown, and Co-MVP All-Purpose Wide Receiver K.D. Nixon From Desoto, Texas and The Rest of The Colorado Buffaloes.
During The Classic 34-31 UPSET Overtime Victory For The Colorado Buffaloes Over The Nebraska Cornhuskers, The Buffaloes 96-Yard Touchdown Was On A Flea-Flicker From Quarterback Steven Montez (#12) to Slot Receiver K.D. Nixon (#3) and It Was The Longest Pass Completion in The Football Bowl Subdivision Since Austin Appleby of Florida Threw a 98-Yard Touchdown Pass to Tyrie Cleveland Against The LSU Tigers on November 19, 2016. It was also The Longest Touchdown in The Colorado Buffaloes History.
The Colorado Buffaloes Quarterback Steven Montez (#12) Was Named to The Pre-Season Maxwell Award Watch List, Awarded Annually to The College Football Player of The Year.
The Buffaloes Rallied-Around Those Three Buffaloes who were Left and They Pulled-Off An Unbelievable PAC-12 UPSET Victory and a Rare Road Victory Over The Arizona State Sun Devils.
In This Game, Nixon (5-8, 185, 4.38, 36, 4.22) Caught 6 passes For 98-Yards and He Also Returned 4 Kickoffs For An Another Ironic 98-Yards, Giving Him an Amazing 196-Yards of All-Purpose Yards.