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2015 Award Results

Jon Kinsman

By: Jon Kinsman, YFFL Commissioner

Posted: Dec 22, 2015

Most Valuable Player

When Jordy Nelson went down before the beginning of the season, it looked like the horrendous luck of the Memphis Brothers was going to ruin another promising season. When Jamaal Charles also went down for the season, it was an almost certainty. However, thanks to steady scoring that culminated in a career season from Carson Palmer (who also knows a thing or two about season-ending injuries), the Brothers were able to overcome the Mexican Humping Beans and win their first division title in 10 years.

PLAYER 1ST PLACE 2ND PLACE 3RD PLACE TOTAL
Carson Palmer 4 7 0 26
Tom Brady 7 0 2 23
Devonta Freeman 0 3 4 10
Rob Gronkowski 0 1 2 4
Aaron Rodgers 0 0 2 2
Stephen Gostkowski 0 0 1 1

Rookie of the Year

Coming off back-to-back 3-win seasons, RGIII had officially cratered the Beans franchise. With the top pick in the 2015 YFFL Draft, owner Bobby Sansone knew he needed someone to turn his embattled team around. It looks like he found him in Marcus Mariota. Mariota was instrumental in a turnaround season that saw the Beans open up 5-0 before coming back to earth and narrowly missing the playoffs. The future looks bright for Mariota and the Beans.

PLAYER 1ST PLACE 2ND PLACE 3RD PLACE TOTAL
Marcus Mariota 6 5 0 28
Todd Gurley 4 6 1 25
T.J. Yeldon 0 0 5 5
Thomas Rawls 1 0 2 5
Amari Cooper 0 0 2 2
Jeremy Langford 0 0 1 1

Macor Misa

In a season full of devastating injuries, there was plenty of opportunities for unexpected surprises in 2015. None were bigger than the back-to-back 3-TD games from Devonta Freeman in Weeks 3 and 4 after taking reins at RB for the Falcons when Tevin Coleman was injured. Freeman's burst onto the scene garnered him third place in the MVP race, transformed the Boys from "surprise NFC champs" to feared title contenders and brought home a Macor Misa award in the year's most contested category.

PLAYER 1ST PLACE 2ND PLACE 3RD PLACE TOTAL
Devonta Freeman 6 0 1 19
Gary Barnidge 3 2 2 15
Ryan Fitzpatrick 0 5 0 10
DeAngelo Williams 2 1 2 10
Dion Lewis 0 2 4 8
Thomas Rawls 0 1 2 4

Owner of the Year

Brian Davidson entered the season with one team with great expectations and another with practically none. However, the Super Bowl dreams of the Memphis Brothers were nearly dashed before the season even started when Jordy Nelson was lost for the year, but in what turned out to be a brilliant move, Davidson made a draft day trade for Brandon Marshall, who turned in the finest season of his career to deliver a NFC West title. As for Bear Poop, they surprised everyone by opening up a 7-1 start behind Tom Brady, Julian Edelman, rookie T.J. Yeldon, a rejuvenated James Jones and a breakout season from Allen Hurns. Although narrowly missing the playoffs in the highly competitive AFC East, Poop showed that as long as they have Brady, anything is possible.

OWNER 1ST PLACE 2ND PLACE 3RD PLACE TOTAL
Brian Davidson 6 5 0 28
Jon Kinsman 5 5 1 26
Anthony Aceto 0 0 6 6
Bobby Sansone 0 1 3 5
Steve Dugas 0 0 1 1
Chris Davidson 0 0 0 0