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2009 Award Results

Jon Kinsman

By: Jon Kinsman, YFFL Commissioner

Posted: Dec 29, 2009

Most Valuable Player

Drew Brees becomes only the second back-to-back winner of the MVP award and first since Emmitt Smith took home the honors in 1994 and 1995. After a blistering start to the season that saw him post 62 points in just 2 games, Brees fell back to earth with 2 straight zero-point performances before settling in and posting a career high 215 points to lead the Llamas to a third straight AFC East title.

PLAYER 1ST PLACE 2ND PLACE 3RD PLACE TOTAL
Drew Brees 6 1 0 20
Aaron Rodgers 3 4 1 18
Chris Johnson 0 3 4 10
Peyton Manning 0 1 2 4
Philip Rivers 0 0 2 2
Maurice Jones-Drew 0 0 0 0

Rookie of the Year

Looks like Steve's nervous breakdown on draft night was well-deserved. The Orangutangs snatched Percy Harvin away from the Mallards at the last moment and they had their first Rookie of the Year winner since Eddie George in 1996. Harvin enjoyed a top-10 WR season in his first year in the league, scoring in all but 2 games as one of the lone highlights for the O'tangs.

PLAYER 1ST PLACE 2ND PLACE 3RD PLACE TOTAL
Percy Harvin 8 0 0 24
Knowshon Moreno 1 3 1 10
Hakeem Nicks 0 4 2 10
Mark Sanchez 0 2 3 7
LeSean McCoy 0 0 3 3
Matthew Stafford 0 0 0 0

Macor Misa

If all it took for Miles "Girl Eyes" Austin to break out was a Mediterranean cruise, maybe Steve would have popped the question a lot sooner. Austin erupted for 22 points during Steve's honeymoon and didn't look back, posting 74 points on the season on the way to becoming the Mallards' most consistent receiver. Not bad for a buy who had only 6 points in 3 career seasons.

PLAYER 1ST PLACE 2ND PLACE 3RD PLACE TOTAL
Miles Austin 6 0 2 20
Vernon Davis 2 2 0 10
Ricky Williams 0 3 4 10
Visanthe Shiancoe 1 2 1 8
Cedric Benson 0 2 2 6

Owner of the Year

It took Bobby Sansone 7 division titles and 2 wild cards to reach Owner of the Year, but he finally made it in 2009 thanks to a remarkable 11-2 season from the Thugs and a rebuilt Beans team that was in the Wild Card hunt until the very end. With 17 wins and some shrewd maneuvering, Sansone was on top of his game this season.

PLAYER 1ST PLACE 2ND PLACE 3RD PLACE TOTAL
Bobby Sansone 7 1 0 23
Steve Dugas 1 3 3 12
Kevin Sansone 1 2 1 8
Anthony Aceto 0 1 4 6
Mike Kinsman 0 2 1 5