GMFL Season 2 Mid-Season Review

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  1. Jmustang1968

    Jmustang1968 Walk On

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    I will try to throw one of these together every year. In the future if any of you guys want to help contribute to this or even offer up portions of it, or quarterly reviews I would welcome the assistance.

    Power Rankings (as per MLM)
    1. Chiefs (Gngsta 4 Lyphe) - 9-0 - Our only undefeated coach, can he go all the way?
    2. Broncos (RyanC) - 8-1 - Lost to the Bears in Week 5, I personally would put them #3 and Bears 2...
    3. Bears (mboda) - 8-1 - Their only loss was in week 1 against the #1 Chiefs.
    4. Lions (Roggie) - 7-2 - Rounds out the NFC North as the toughest division in the NFC
    5. Ravens (SLSNation) - 7-2 - Newer owner, continuing on the Ravens success.
    6. Texans (cpu, formerly cnic) - 6-3 - Too bad cnic left this team, he was having some success
    7. Jets (XAttackConquerX) - 5-3 - Will be in a tough fight with cpu Dolphins to secure the division
    8. 49ers (I Peench) - 5-3 - The odds on favorite for the NFC West. They are playing Great D.
    9. Vikings (cpu) - 5-3 - Susprisingly high for a cpu team in a division with our #3 and 4 teams
    10. Redskins (cpu) - 6-3 - This cpu team is leading their division...
    11. Falcons (RaiderNation) - 5-4 - A back and forth year, but he has the division edge due to poor play by the other teams
    12. Dolphins (cpu) - 5-3 - Another cpu team going strong. They look to give the Jets a run for their money
    13. Titans (Jmustang1968) - 5-4 - I have had success against humans, but cant quite slow down the cpu
    14. Eagles (Bl0ndeRedHead) - 4-4 - A bit behind the Redskins, he needs to buckle down and take control of the division
    15. Colts (cpu) - 4-5 - Just hanging in there, Manning will do that.
    16. Patriots (cpu) - 4-5 - Dont count out this talented cpu team
    17. Seahawks (cpu) - 4-4 - Only 1 game behind the 49ers
    18. Bucs (cpu, formerly Bondz) - 3-5 - Going downhill fast
    19. Steelers (cpu) - 3-5 - The former SB champs are struggling this year.
    20. Chargers (cpu) - 3-5 - It is tough being in a division with the Chiefs and Broncos
    21. Saints (bawvu97) - 3-5 - He just took over, can he make things right and go on a playoff run or is it too late?
    22. Jaguars (cpu) - 3-5 - Worst record in the division, still letting Gabbert mature
    23. Packers (cpu) - 2-6 - How the mighty Packers have fallen
    24. Browns (BDSDIGITAL) - 3-5 - This user is struggling, but dont count him out quite yet
    25. Bills (cpu, formerly IXIDecayIXI) - 2-6 - Ouch, the bills are tanking again for a top draft spot.
    26. Rams (gsolo19564) - 2-6 - Gsolo has met his match with this weak roster
    27. Giants (cpu) - 2-6 - An old roster that has trouble generating offense
    28. Panthers (cpu) 2-6 - Cam is not doing it here
    29. Cardinals (cpu) - 3-6 - A bad team in a bad division
    30. Cowboys (ParkerR83) - 3-6 - Too many turnovers and ints are quickly sinking the cowboys. Will they draft a QB next year?
    31. Raiders (cpu) - 2-7 - The bottom feeder in the best division
    32. Bengals (cpu) - 2-6 - Who else but the Bengals deserve to be here?

    Playoff Picture
    AFC
    1. Chiefs - 9-0 - The only undefeated team hasn't shown a sign of slowing down
    2. Ravens - 7-2 - They lead their tough division by holding down the SB champ Steelers
    3. Texans - 6-3 - Now that cnic is gone, can they retain the division lead? Another huge game against the Titans linger
    4. Jets - 5-3 - A very tenuous hold on the division. They still have to play the Dolphins twice.
    5. Broncos - 8-1 - Almost a lock on a wild card spot, still has 2 games against the Chiefs for the division
    6. Dolphins - 5-3 - 2 games against the Jets will decide their playoff future

    Outside Looking in...
    7. Titans - 5-4 - I am trying to claw back in this. Need a win over the Texans to help win the division
    (Everyone else has a losing record)

    NFC
    1. Bears - 8-1 - Big rematch against the Lions around the corner. They barely one their first match 7-6
    2. Redskins - 6-3 - Wow, a cpu with the current #2 seed. Are they good or are the Eagles and Cowboys just underperforming?
    3. 49ers - 5-3 - They have the best D in the league right now that keeps them in the game when the offense isnt firing. They need to hold off the Seahawks.
    4. Falcons - 5-4 - Can they hold off the new Saints coach?
    5. Lions - 7-2 - They should have a wild card spot tied up soon, and have a chance at the division if they can defeat the Bears
    6. Vikings - 5-3 - Currently they will be the #6 seed, though I dont see how they hang in there with the division they are in...

    Outside Looking in...
    7. Eagles - 4-4 - A game and a half behind the Skins, but can we trust a cpu team to stay afloat? Eagles can still take this.
    8. Seahawks - 4-4 - Can still challenge the 49ers
    9. Saints - 3-5 - New owner may instill life to a talented roster

    Awards

    MVP -
    Jamaal Charles - HB - Chiefs - 201 att, 1527 yards, 17 TDs, 7.6 avg- A big reason for the Chiefs success

    Runners up -
    Ryan Kaiser - QB - Broncos- 67.5 cmp %, 99.9 QBR, 2163 yrds, 17 td, 11 int - Incredible rookie performance
    Peyton Hillis - HB - Browns - 179 att, 1149 yrds, 8 TD, 6.4 avg- Can he lead the Browns to the playoffs?
    Matt Forte - HB - Bears - 199 att, 1108 yrds, 12 TDs, 5.6 avg- A big reason for the Bear's success

    Defensive Player of the Year
    Anthony Spencer - OLB - Cowboys - 44 tck, 15 sacks, 1 FF - He is having a monster year rushing off the edge, what happened to Ware?

    Runners up -
    Davasia Walls - CB - Chiefs - 7 tck, 8 ints - A ball hawking machine of a rookie.
    Scott Shanle - OLB - Saints - 54 tck, 3 sacks, 3 FF, 3 ints - All over the field

    Offensive Rookie of the Year
    Ryan Kaiser - QB - Broncos - 67.5 cmp %, 99.9 QBR, 2163 yrds, 17 td, 11 int - In MVP consideration, leading one of the best teams in the league to the playoffs

    Runners up -
    Torry Sanders - WR - Titans - 34 rec, 885 yards, 9 TD - Leads the league in receiving and is having an excellent year
    Cobie Ross - HB - 49ers - 114 att, 818 yards, 9 TD, 7.2 avg - This rookies production is what is helping keep the 49ers in playoff contention

    Defensive Rookie of the Year
    Davasia Walls - CB - Chiefs - 7 tck, 8 ints - This rookie CB is leading the league in ints for the undefeated Chiefs

    Runners up -
    Asaad Reese - DE - Cowboys - 10 tck, 8 sacks, 1 FF - A sack machine
    Raymon Gilbert - DE - Cardinals - 23 tck 7 sacks - Good production for this rookie

    Coach of the Year -
    Gngsta4Lyphe - Chiefs - He holds the only current undefeated record and is doing it with a mediocre Chiefs roster

    Runners up -
    RyanC - Broncos - Same deal as the Chiefs, but has his 1 loss. He has an unimpressive roster but is getting wins. If he beats the Chiefs and wins the division, he could win this award by the end.
    mboda - Bears - Would really contend for this one, but his roster is slightly better than the other 2 teams. Has a great chance at the Super Bowl though.

    Breakout or Surprise Player of the Year -
    Ryan Kaiser - QB - Broncos - A solid rookie coming out of college, but no one saw this MVP caliber performance from the rookie this season
     
  2. Brandon S.

    Brandon S. Freshmen Phenoms Commissioner

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    Great write up, a lot of effort put into this. I enjoyed reading that. I was going to do something similar at the end of the year when more user vs user games have been played
     
  3. ParkerR83

    ParkerR83 Walk On

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    Don't look for that to improve much... Romo is out for the season with a torn shoulder. McGee is trying to hold it together now.
     

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