Fantasy Football League

12-21-06 - The End of the Year Awards are now up on the website as is the 2006 FFL All Pro Team. Kissimmee had the most players make it with 5, thanks mainly to a sweep of the Special Teams positions, including Special Teams MVP Robbie Gould. They also took home the Top Ranked Special Teams award and had the Defensive MVP in Jason Taylor as well. Coach of the Year went to Mike Voit, the coach of the Superbowl Champion Detroit Dink Dinks, his Dink Dinks also nabbed the Top Ranked Offense award and their all world RB Ladainian Tomlinson coming off Superbowl MVP honors also grabbed the Offensive MVP award. Boston took home the Top Ranked Defense award but just a single point over Jacksonville and Orlando's Vince Young received the Rookie of the Year award.

12-20-06 - We have our Superbowl Champs, although they struggled at the start of the year they got hot down the stretch and knocked off the number one team in the league in the Superbowl. That's right, your new Superbowl Champs are the Detroit Dink Dinks! Winning in convincing fashion thanks to Offensive MVP Ladainian Tomlinson, Defensive MVP Trevor Pryce, and Co-Special Teams MVP Jeff Wilkins. Plymouth had one lone bright spot in what was one of the poorest games from them of the season and that was Co-Special Teams MVP Nate Kaeding.

12-20-06 -The Superbowl is set! With top seed Plymouth taking care of business with a win over defending champ Kissimmee thanks in part to Special Teams MVP Nate Kaeding and Detroit continuing it's hot streak bye knocking off second seed Boston behind strong performances from Offensive MVP Ladainian Tomlinson and Co-Defensive MVP Shawne Merriman. Boston had a strong game from Co-Defensive MVP Aaron Schobel in the lost. This means your Superbowl IX Matchup is Plymouth vs Detroit!

12-7-06 - The playoff seeds are set. Plymouth already had the number one seed and it grabbed a win over Columbus on the way into the playoffs. Boston was able to snag the number two seed with it's win over Indianapolis. A red hot Detroit team won against Kissimmee again to grab the number three seed, thanks in part to Defensive MVP Shawne Merriman. Kissimmee is the fourth seed but is backing into the playoffs after two straight losses. In a game with no effect on the playoffs saw both the Offensive and Special Teams MVP, with Orlando winning against Jacksonville thanks in large part to Offensive MVP Trent Green. Jacksonville had a strong effort in the loss by Special Teams MVP Neil Rackers.

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