The 2018 Season was a great success with the New England Patriots winning their franchise 6 Super Bowl 13-3 - defeating the Los Angeles Rams in their 11th Super Bowl appearance!
This season we have Le'Veon Bell and OC Adam Gase with the Jets, Flacco in Denver, Odell in Cleveland, Gore in Buffalo, Fitzpatrick and Rosen in Miami, Careless Underpants still singing on Sunday Night Football, Hank Williams Jr. is ready for some Monday Night Football, Witten is back with the Cowbys, HC Bruce Arians and OC Leftwich are in Tampa. Amendola and OC Bevell in Detroit. Nick Foles in Jax, Hyde in KC, Demaryious Thomas in NE, Keenum in Washington and Tannehill in Tennessee!
32 teams will take the field in NFL’s 100th season - Playing their way through 17 regular season weeks to Miami and Super Bowl LIV on Sunday February 2, 2020!
What could possibly happen next?!?
New Helmet for Raiders Antonio Brown? Will Gronk and Luck unretire?
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The League has Annouced that they will be recognizing a New Award. A selected Player will be Elected to Receive the Comeback Player of the Year' Award.
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The Commissioner #77
The concept of American Football games being played on Thanksgiving Day dates back to 1876, when the college football teams at Yale and Princeton began an annual tradition of playing each other on Thanksgiving Day shortly after the game had been invented.
Records of pro football being played on Thanksgiving date back to as early as the 1890s, with the first Pro–Am team, The Allegheny Athletic Association of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
The first owner of the Detroit Lions, G.A. Richards, started the tradition of the Thanksgiving Day game in 1934.
In 1966, the Dallas Cowboys adopted the practice of hosting Thanksgiving games. At the time, then President Franklin Roosevelt wanted to move the holiday for economic reasons, many states were resistant to the move; only half the states recognized the move.
Texas was the last state to recognize the "fourth Thursday" rule for Thanksgiving that had been imposed as a result of the “Franksgiving” compromise - 2 decades prior, and had just adopted the rule (as opposed to the previous last-Thursday rule) in 1961, 5 years before Dallas started hosting Thanksgiving games.
The last time Texas celebrated Thanksgiving on the week after the rest of the country was 1956.
The League has logged all available submitted statistical information. Career totals under 'Player Stats' do not include the current season stats listed above.
In the early history of The League, there was the 'Player of the Year' award. Because of the success, The League has included expansions, which help this award branch into both Offensive and Defensive Player of the Year awards.
The League still recognizes the achievements of the previous winners of the 'Player of the Year' awards.
Player of the Year
2008 - Player #8
2007 - Player #74
2006 - Player #44
2005 - Player #44
2002 - Player #74
Since becoming an active leader in the Players Association, Player #5 has continued to put up MVP numbers while representing the League.
Year 8 Career TBA
The youngest player in The League has been winning since their first game. Considered The League Mascot, Player #7 continues to pile up top numbers and is always a League contender!
Year 7 Career TBA
This 2 time Defensive Player of the Year has been involved in most of the Greatest Moments in League history. From live games to Pre Super Bowl Birthday Dinners, Player #8 Embodies Excellence.
Year 9 Career TBA
Player #10 has been around for a long time, and will put up huge numbers in his 1st official season, and will continue to be a Player in The League for many seasons to come.
Year 1 Career 0-0-0
This 2011 Rookie of the Year wasted no time putting huge numbers in his 1st official season, and will continue to be a dominate Player in The League for many seasons to come.
Year 2 Career 351-169
Veteran Player #13, Not only was he a Player on the field, he is also a Founder of The League. In addition, he has been Editor-In-Chief and has put up the highest numbers in League History.
Year 13 Career TBA
From Pre Super Bowl Birthday Dinners, to Super Bowl Sunday Birthdays,The League is lucky to have Player #27. She forever is an Important Piece & Player In the History of The League.
Year TBA Career TBA
Not only is Player #44 a League veteran, but he is also a Veteran of the USA. In addition to his Veteran status, Player #44 is the Only 2 time MVP, Player of the Year, Offensive Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year.
Year 8 Career 578-325-1
Player # 52 is the Only Player to win Rookie of the Year and Player of the Year in Back to Back Seasons in the history of The League. For Player #52, the sky is the limit for this rising star.
Year 2 Career 272-183
Since hosting Super Bowl XXVI in the 1992 Season, The 2010 Defensive Player of the Year has continued right into the 2015 Season posting solid numbers & continues to be a consumate professional in The League.
Year 6 Career TBA
Throughout the last 3 decades and beyond The 2009 MVP has been through it all. From playing Linebacker, to Super Bowl Party’s, Player #74 remains an active force in The League.
Year 8 Career 210-109
Although there is only limited statistical data the Defensive dominance of Player #91 has been an active Player in The League for decades. As the 2002 Most Valuable Player, he is a winner both on and off the field.
Year 6 Career 160-119-1
Player Awards and Honors
Most Valuable Player Award
2009 - Player #74
2008 - Player #44
2007 - Player #44
2006 - Player #13
2005 - Player #13
2002 - Player #91
Comeback Player of the Year Award
- TBA -
Offensive Player of the Year
2013 - Player #13
2012 - Player #12
2011 - Player #44
2010 - Player #44
2009 - Player #8
Defensive Player of the Year
2013 - Player #8
2012 - Player #44
2011 - Player #8
2010 - Player #59
2009 - Player #44
Rookie of the Year
2011 - Player #12
2010 - Player #52
2009 - Player #22
Garlic Watch Favre Watch
Player #22 - Year 4 Career 228-161-1
The retired 2009 Rookie of the Year brings a certain flair & style to The League. Always ready to go, Player #22's winning smile & positive attitude is an unmeasurable asset to The League.
Player #2 - Year 4 Career 72-48-0
Always ready for some Olives!
Player #74 - We are still Waiting for this Player to do something, besides Leaving in the middle of SB XLVII, because their team is losing!
Player #13 - For many seasons, Player #13 Served as Editor-In-Chief. This player Supplied much of the material, game information, stats and other data as well as Consuming large amonts of "Do it Juice".
From Slapping security guards up side their heads at the Coliseum, Coining catch phrases at SB XXXIX, to Printing weekly scounting reports, Player #13 - has done it All.