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All-Purpose MVP - select one [18 vote(s)]

Thomas - Shock - 148.2
66.7%
Sherwood - Vipers - 143
11.1%
T Robinson - Hawks - 126.9
0.0%
Ford - Lions - 117.6
0.0%
C Peterson - Rev - 105.8
11.1%
Messenger - Sting - 104.8
0.0%
Brisco - Hawks - 100.3
0.0%
Guerts - Rev - 98.4
11.1%
M Smith - Wildcats - 94.4
0.0%


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I called this all-purpose because Overall seemed to go to the second best offensive guy.  This includes All-purpose yards.  It's too much work to integrate defensive stats too.

All-Purpose MVP/Fantasy points

I've taken the posted stats and assigned points to give the top players a score based on fantasy football type scoring.  Several teams are missing a week of stats, so the numbers could be slightly different for players from Hawks, Rev, Shock and Trojans.

Here is the formula used:

Passing yards - 1 point for every 25 yds, Passing TD - 3 pts, Rushing/Receiving/Return yards 1 point for every 10 yards, Rush/Rec/Return TD - 6 points, 2pt conv - 2 points, FG- 3pts

The results:

Player                   Team                     pts

S Thomas

Shock

148.2

S Sherwood

Vipers

143.0

T Robinson

Hawks

126.9

Ford

Lions

117.6

C Peterson

Rev

105.8

Messenger

Sting

104.8

Brisco

Hawks

100.3

Guerts

Rev

98.4

M Smith

Wildcats

94.4

 *I think Trey Robinson played a bunch of defense too.  I guess you get to do that on teams with fewer players.  Defensive points have not been included.

I included the top point earners, generally players on teams not in the playoffs are not considered for MVP, but I put the top players anyway.  Obviously there is much more to the MVP than just stats and the top stat guy is seldom the MVP.  But hopefully it will get some conversation going.



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