Every week there are a few players who come out of nowhere to have big games. There are also a few big names players who come out and have terrible games. Basically, there are always a few players each week that help no one because either they weren’t on anyone’s team, or they were on everyone’s team and just sucked it up.
We on the RB1 Podcast—we being myself, Clark Barnes and Jordan Smith—like to track these performances and pick a “winner” each week. This way, at the end of the year we can have a big celebration for the most worthless, least helpful player of the year! It’s truly an honor. Last week it was the Madden generated rookie Gus Edwards that took home the award.
Make sure to listen to tomorrow’s podcast to hear who wins this most honorable award for this week.
Whose Week 12 performance was the least helpful?
This poll is closed
Drew Brees throwing 4 touchdowns but none to Kamara, Ingram or Thomas
Blount scoring all the touchdowns on your bench
Aaron Rodgers being very, very human Sunday night
Jordan Howard just existing
yet another Madden generated player, this time named Robert Foster