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2000 Season Archive

Should a defensive player consistently score more points than an offensive player? While it was still important to reward defensive players for excellent play on the field, the rules were adjusted to reduce the amount of points for each tackle and assist. This allowed for a more balanced logical scoring system. Additionally, it was deemed unnecessary to carry two fullbacks on the roster so the position was reduced to just one. Ultimately, the game was improved.

Fortunately, there was very little team turnover from the prior season. The only change was when Ty released his team to pursue other ventures. This opened the door for Jeff, and his devilishly clever, Cleveland Hamsterhider franchise. A team that finished a solid 9 - 5, and a factor in the playoffs in their first season.

"The night they drove old Dixie down"; General Sherman and his William Tecumseh Sherman Memorial Football Team tore through the league like a tornado in a trailer park. Finishing with a very solid 12 - 2 record, he proceeded to wipe out Rob to meet Ben in the Superbowl. Once again, the South was to fall to General Sherman as he dominated the game to claim his first trophy.


2000 Season Awards:

  • Superbowl Winner:

                       Jonathon Hunt
  • League MVP: Daunte Culpepper
  • Offensive Player of the Year: Daunte Culpepper
  • Defensive Player of the Year: Rodney Harrison


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