2015 CFL Fantasy Recap – Team Defense / Special Teams

The top team defenses and special teams units in CFL fantasy football in 2015 may have a different order in 2016. Four of the nine teams in the league will have new defensive coordinators in 2016, not to mention new personnel in key positions.

This is based on a standard fantasy scoring system of 1 sack = 1 point, 1 interception = 2 points, 1 fumble recovered = 2 points, 1 safety = 2 points, 1 defensive TD = 6 points, 1 kick or punt return TD = 6 points, Points Allowed (0) = 10 points, Points Allowed (1-6) = 7 points, Points Allowed (7-13) = 4 points, Points Allowed (14-20) = 1 points, Points Allowed (21-27) = 0 points, Points Allowed (28-34) = -1 points, Points Allowed (35+) = -4 points.

  1. Hamilton, 391 PA, 38 sacks, 26 INTs, 11 FRs, 11 safeties, 12 TD’s
  2. Edmonton, 341 PA, 49 sacks, 23 INTs, 16 FRs, 14 safeties, 5 TD’s
  3. Ottawa, 454 PA, 61 sacks, 26 INTs, 15 FRs, 12 safeties, 3 TD’s
  4. Calgary, 346 PA, 49 sacks, 19 INTs, 15 FRs, 12 safeties, 3 TD’s
  5. Montreal, 402 PA, 55 sacks, 17 INTs, 11 FRs, 8 safeties, 4 TD’s
  6. Winnipeg, 502 PA, 46 sacks, 21 INTs, 12 FRs, 15 safeties, 5 TD’s
  7. Toronto, 499 PA, 46 sacks, 13 INTs, 15 FRs, 9 safeties, 5 TD’s
  8. BC, 486 PA, 48 sacks, 23 INTs, 5 FRs, 4 safeties, 5 TD’s
  9. Saskatchewan, 563 PA, 34 sacks, 10 INTs, 11 FRs, 14 safeties, 5 TD’s

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