like children. If they're properly cooked.", W. C. Fields. And
so began the father-son rivalry between Rob and Aaron. When K.C. decided
to retire from the league, the door was opened for Rob's son to claim
a team. This would result in some fierce competition for the next
was also the usual transition with other teams. Doug, too busy with
other ventures, gave his team to a grateful Michael, aka Bam Bam.
Andy, satisfied with his two Superbowl victories, decided to quit
while he was ahead, and thus the door was opened for Jayno to join
the league. Slowly the primary long term players were beginning to
settle in at this point.
say beginner's luck? Well that seemed to be the case as Bam Bam rolled
through the Rebel division on his way to a Superbowl title. Jayno,
also a new comer, finished with the best regular season record at
10 - 4. Aaron, the other new member, upset Jayno to face Bam Bam in
the Superbowl. Ultimately, thanks to HB Fred Taylor, Bam Bam would
be the best "newbie" of the bunch.
- Superbowl Winner:
(Bam Bam) St. John
- League MVP: Peyton
- Offensive Player
of the Year: Peyton Manning
- Defensive Player
of the Year: Ray Lewis