almost never arrived. The league commissioner was finding it harder to
keep his attention to one of the things he loved most: the Church of
the Oblongball. Due to the increasing pressure of outside forces, it
was nearly time to throw in the white flag and let the league fade
away. Yet, at its darkest hour, the Church of the Oblongball
continued to stand like one of the ancient pillars of the Parthenon.
Some things are just meant to be.
Draft day was sadly subjected to a severe lack
of planning. It was "scatterbrain" at best, but we did finally get the job
done with a Skype call by July 31st. With a combination of depth
charts, and a few folks dialing in, the rosters began to take life for a
Sometimes, before a mass can move forward, it must remain at rest. As
if governed by a tight law of physics, the league rules came to a
standstill. No need to alter a working wheel. And so, the wheels
continued to roll.
So, what about the football? Well, every season tells
a story, and 2011 was no different. Usually, there is a
surprise team, some Wild Card team that gets hot at the right time.
Not this year. The Superbowl came down to a face off of the two
regular division season champions. In the end, it was a year for the
Rebels to celebrate when the Cleveland Hamsterhiders, with the help of
Jordy Nelson, sent the Marietta Malice packing.
- Superbowl Winner:
- League MVP: Aaron
- Offensive Player
of the Year: Aaron Rodgers
- Defensive Player
of the Year: D'Qwell Jackson