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Pro League Awards

Post by Rizzo » Wed Dec 18, 2019 5:52 pm

Thank you to all of the GMs that took their time to vote for these awards. It doesn’t go unnoticed by the admins who takes part in activities around the league such as voting for awards. This league is yours and we want to know which players and GMs you think deserve the accolades for the league!

Without further delay, let’s get to the awards!

Note: 5 points given to a 1st place vote, 3 points given to a 2nd place vote, and 1 point given to a 3rd place vote. First place votes are in parentheses. Total points will be listed with first place votes in parentheses.

League MVP
Winner: QB Peyton Manning, IND - 92 points (17)
Runner Up: QB Aaron Rodgers, GB - 46 points (2)
3rd Place: RB Reggie Bush, NO - 33 points (2)
4th Place: QB Tom Brady, NE - 30 points (2)

Peyton Manning was crowned the league's inaugural MVP after leading the Colts to another outstanding offensive season. It may have ended in disappointment in the AFC title game but The Sheriff is still adding another piece of hardware to his personal trophy case.

Playoff MVP
Winner: QB Drew Brees, NO - 96 points (15)
Runner Up: RB Reggie Bush, NO - 72 points (5)
3rd Place: TE Jimmy Graham, NO - 31 points (2)

The quarterback is usually the reason why teams are successful and Drew Brees is no exception. I am a little surprised to see that Reggie Bush didn't garner more first place votes as the run game was a huge reason why the Saints were super successful this season.

Offensive MVP
Winner: QB Peyton Manning, IND - 98 points (17)
Runner Up: RB Reggie Bush, NO - 42 points (4)
3rd Place: QB Aaron Rodgers, GB - 39 points (1)

Others receiving first place votes: Tom Brady (1)

League MVP is almost certainly going to win this award on a yearly basis but it is interesting to see Reggie Bush move up the rankings past Aaron Rodgers for this award.

Defensive MVP
Winner: DE Glenn Dorsey, KC - 63 points (10)
Runner Up: CB Devin McCourty, NE - 30 points (2)
3rd Place: CB Champ Bailey, DEN - 21 points (2)

Others receiving first place votes: Luis Castillo (2), Brian Urlacher (2), Lamarr Houston (1), Ray Lewis (1), Terrence McGee (1), Darelle Revis (1), Demarcus Ware (1)

Leading the league with 21 sacks on top of another 20 TFLs is a huge reason why Glenn Dorsey is the league's DPoY. Rumors are already floating around that he could be on the move. Is that a trade the Chiefs will regret?

Offensive Rookie of the Year
Winner: WR Demaryius Thomas, DEN - 69 points (8)
Runner Up: RB Jahvid Best, DET - 65 points (10)
3rd Place: QB John Skelton, ARI - 27 points (1)

Others receiving first place votes: Colt McCoy (2), Sam Bradford (1), Golden Tate (1)

Most believed that this was Jahvid Best's award to win all season long but flying under the radar was Demaryius Thomas. He finished top-5 in receiving TDs and is a clear-cut WR1 in this league for a long, long time.

Defensive Rookie of the Year
Winner: CB Devin McCourty, NE - 78 points (12)
Runner Up: DE Lamarr Houston, OAK - 73 points (8)
3rd Place: LB Kavell Conner, IND - 40 points (3)

The best defender on arguably the best defense in the league, Devin McCourty led the league in INTs with eight and was able to run three of them back for touchdowns. He looks every part the shutdown corner as a rookie so he could be writing the defensive history book for defensive backs as his career plays out.

CSFL GM of the Year
Winner: Rouse, NO - 83points (14)
Runner Up: Rizzo, NE - 42 points (3)
3rd Place: MegaTron, IND - 18 points (1)

Others receiving first place votes: SizzlingPopcorn (2), KW (1), gilcla18 (1), drumr (1)

Winning the Super Bowl perhaps went a long way towards the voting here and Rouse is honored by his peers as the best general manager in 2010. On a personal level, I believe this award goes to a GM that has made savvy moves through free agency and trades, nullifying any votes for myself. I would personally put SizzlingPopcorn, KW and drumr all above me on this list without hesitation.

CSFL Coach of the Year
Winner: Rouse, NO - 80 points (12)
Runner Up: Rizzo, NE - 44 points (3)
3rd Place: SizzlingPopcorn, BUF - 22 points (3)

Others receiving first place votes: gilcla18 (2), vgorilla80 (1), OneNole (1), MegaTron (1)

Damn Rouse, save some awards for the rest of us! The leader of the Saints pulls off the double-dip as he is also named 2010's Coach of the Year. There's no denying he got the most out of his squad en route to a title as the team was one of the more dominant offenses with a stout defense to boot. Just like GM of the Year, I would clearly put SizzlingPopcorn, vgorilla80 and emplep7 over me for their performance while inheriting much less talent.
New England Patriots
2011: 8-8, Missed Playoffs
2010: 14-2, Lost in Super Bowl I


AFC Champs Image 2010

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Washington Huskies
2010: 12-4, PAC-12 North Division Champs

Texas Longhorns
2011: 7-6, won Liberty Bowl

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Re: 2010 Pro League Awards

Post by Cleasby » Tue Aug 11, 2020 9:20 am

Thank you to all of the GMs that took their time to vote for these awards. It doesn’t go unnoticed by the admins who takes part in activities around the league such as voting for awards. This league is yours and we want to know which players and GMs you think deserve the accolades for the league!

Without further delay, let’s get to the awards!

Note: 5 points given to a 1st place vote, 3 points given to a 2nd place vote, and 1 point given to a 3rd place vote. First place votes are in parentheses. Total points will be listed with first place votes in parentheses.

League MVP
Winner: QB Vince Young, TEN - 67 points (8)
Runner Up: QB Peyton Manning, IND - 65 points (8)
3rd Place: QB Ben Roethlisberger, PITT - 61 points (6)
4th Place: RB Reggie Bush, NO - 46 points (2)

Vince Young was crowned the league's inaugural MVP after leading the Titans to an outstanding offensive season. The 2012 league MVP carried his team from a 3-3 start to winning the AFC behind a dominant 10 game win streak to close the season. It was of no surprise that his performance has led to the Titans winning it all this season!


Offensive MVP
Winner: QB Peyton Manning, IND - 76 points (10)
Runner Up: RB Reggie Bush, NO - 58 points (6)
3rd Place: QB Ben Roethlisberger, PITT - 50 points (5)

Others receiving first place votes: Vince Young (4), Michael Vick (4)

League MVP usually locks this honor in place as well, but Peyton Manning takes home the Offensive MVP award despite not making the playoffs this season. Runner-up Reggie Bush continues to wonder what more he will have to do to get some love from the league. Personally, I’m not surprised Vick didn’t get more love with yard total and his yards on the ground.

Defensive MVP
Winner: DE Glenn Dorsey, JAX - 86 points (12)
Runner Up: SS Brian Dawkins, DEN - 60 points (7)
3rd Place: LB Curtis Lofton, ATL - 45 points (4)

Others receiving first place votes: LaMarr Woodley (4), Brian Urlacher (1), Lofa Tatupu (1)

We might be calling this the Glenn Dorsey Award as his reign as sack master continues into another season. The now BACK2BACK Defensive MVP has finally found a home in Jax who has declared he could retire there someday after playing with their devastating frontline.

Offensive Rookie of the Year
Winner: RB Trent Richardson, ARI - 95 points (12)
Runner Up: QB Cam Newton, CAR - 93 points (10)
3rd Place: QB Pat Devlin, KC - 73 points (7)

The entire season Cam Newton got the hype while Trent Richardson put in work. Showing why he was the shock pick of the draft Arizona’s scouting department slipped the rug from under the entire league. A straight-up power back, See Trent Run into an even better sophomore campaign.

Defensive Rookie of the Year
Winner: LB Dontay Moch, WAS - 105 points (15)
Runner Up: CB Byron Maxwell, TEN - 88 points (10)
3rd Place: LB Martez Wilson, NE - 63 points (3)

Dontay Moch had a fantastic year as a top pick out of Nevada showing a fantastic all around game. The LB showed flashes that might gave him up for a bigger award next season. This turned out to me one of the more controversial votes as opinions varied wildly. While Wilson had a great season, it was a bit surprising to see him with 1st place votes versus guys with better raw stats.

CSFL GM of the Year
Winner: vgorilla80, CLE – 67 points (11)
Runner Up: Cleasby, DET - 54 points (3)
3rd Place: Rouse, NO - 34 points (1)

Others receiving first place votes: Drumr (2), KW (1), SammyD (1), White Cornerback (1), Rizzo (1),Ozymandias (1)

After giving Cleveland the best season of football they’ve had since Jim Brown, VGorilla80 takes home the GM award for taking the worse starting roster according to some and making it a clearly elite contender in the AFC. Watch out next season! A few surprising votes in there from some GMs, but some very deserving people in there.

CSFL Coach of the Year
Winner: Vgorilla, CLE - 63 points (10)
Runner Up: Rouse, DEN - 42 points (5)
3rd Place: NOppenheimer, NO - 41 points (5)

Others receiving first place votes: Cleasby (3), Drumr (3), Max Zubnik (1), Ozymandias (1), Rizzo (1)

No surprise here that the coach of the year trio are veteran CSFL coaches, however VGorilla80 completes the sweep. This shows just how impressed fellow GMs were with the work put in this season to make the Browns a team no body wanted to face. Some surprising votes again so thank you to the GMs who tried to vote serious as this takes quite a few hours to add up.

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Re: Pro League Awards

Post by Cleasby » Tue Aug 11, 2020 9:32 pm

Thank you to all of the GMs that took their time to vote for these awards. It doesn’t go unnoticed by the admins who takes part in activities around the league such as voting for awards. We had a grand total of 30 GM's vote this year which is fantastic! We don't ask much in terms of activity outside of exporting and managing your team so we really appreciate and value those of you who do take the time to vote.
This league is yours and we want to know which players and GMs you think deserve the accolades for the league!

Without further delay, let’s get to the awards!

Note: 5 points given to a 1st place vote, 3 points given to a 2nd place vote, and 1 point given to a 3rd place vote. First place votes are in parentheses. Total points will be listed with first place votes in parentheses.

League MVP
Winner: QB Drew Brees, NO - 93 points (15)
Runner Up: QB Eli Manning, NYG - 61 points (7)
3rd Place: RB Adrian Peterson, BAL - 54 Points (5)
4th Place: RB Frank Gore, JAX- 20 points (0)
5th Place: QB Robert Griffin, JAX - 18 points (3)

No surprise that this years MVP goes to one of the QB's on an unbeaten team the New Orleans Saints Drew Brees. The leagues best offence but a country mile. The Jacksonville pair probably negated each others voting a bit to hold up the bottom 2 places. Elsewhere Manning and Peterson performed very well but nobody was as good as Brees this year.


Offensive MVP
Winner: QB Drew Brees, NO - 72 points (11)
Runner Up: QB Eli Manning, NYG - 62 points (7)
3rd Place: RB Adrian Peterson, BAL - 61 Points (7)
4th Place: WR Aaron Hernandez, DEN - 19 Points (2)

Others receiving first place votes: QB Robert Griffin, JAX - 17 points (3)RB Frank Gore, JAX- 10 points (0)

League MVP usually locks this honor in place as well, and this year there is not change in standard as Brees takes home the offensive MVP title. Surprising that MVP contenders Gore and Griffin were beaten by WR Hernandex from Denver, Maybe Denvers best offensive player should have been in the MVP conversation?

Defensive MVP
Winner: DE Glenn Dorsey, JAX - 88 points (13)
Runner Up: LB Brian Urlacher, CHI - 75 points (10)
3rd Place: SS Brian Dawkins, DEN - 49 points (3)

Others receiving first place votes: LB Danny Trevathan (1), CB Korey Linsey (1), DE Laurence Jackson (1)

This is now officially the Glenn Dorsey Award as nobody has won this title in teh CSFL apart from the defensive edge. The triple crown is his and he is a lynchpin in that Jacksonville defence. It will be a long time before this title changes hands. Urlacher played much better this year but Chicagos losing record likely held him back from properly chanllenging.

Offensive Rookie of the Year
Winner: QB Russell Wilson, NE - 150 points (30)
Runner Up: QB Colin Kaepernick, CAR - 50 points (0)
3rd Place: RB Kendall Hunter, CHI - 39 points (0)

The biggest landslide every for offensive rookie of the year with Wilson taking every single first place slot from GMs. Not surprising given his performance and New Englands record.

Defensive Rookie of the Year
Winner: CB Patrick Peterson, SF - 113 points (19)
Runner Up: CB Ryan Steed, CHI - 75 points (8)
3rd Place: LB Emmanuel Acho, LAC - 37 points (2)

CB Peterson was a large part of San Francisco's surprise run this year making a crazy 103 tackles and 3 interceptions during his rookie year. Emmanuel Acho will be wondering what he could have done if he had been given a proper GM for a whole season...

CSFL GM of the Year
Winner: Rouse, NO – 60 points (8)
Runner Up: N0ppenheimer, DEN - 54 points (7)
3rd Place: Cleasby, DET - 35 points (6)

Others receiving first place votes: Dennis (3), Partys4food (1), KW (1), regan_cowboys (1), ubbmas (1), Rizzo (1), Dylan (1) (2),

When you have 2 teams go unbeaten in a season you will have some tough competition for coach and GM honours. Rouse takes the GM of the year award after a good offseason adding veteran experience to a tight hard cap situation to bring a level of dominance in the regular season the likes of which the CSFL has never seen. Closely behind him was the other unbeaten GM N0oppenheimer who made some shrewd moves in the offseason adding the likes of Hernandez but he just falls short by just over 1 first place vote to come 2nd.

CSFL Coach of the Year
Winner: Rouse, NO – 69 points (11)
Runner Up: N0ppenheimer, DEN - 58 points (7)
3rd Place: Dennis, BAL - 16 points (2)

Others receiving first place votes: Partys4food (2), Toasty (1), ubbmas (1), Dylan (1), Vincal (1)

Much like the GM of the year the coach of the year matches the top 2. However Dennis gains a well deserved 3rd place bringing the Ravens back to the top of the American North division. Who knows what might have happened if he had received some defence advise from Rouse in the regular season? One GM who can feel hard done by due to the voting kicking off mid playoffs is Partys4food who is on the cusp of a Superbowl win this evening. Maybe he should be getting more recognition than shown here?

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