What if? The Madden Way – Prologue 2

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The second half of the season was fairly uneventful for Liam right up to last week when he was awarded Player of the Week award for passing 347 yards with 3 td and 1 pick with astonishing amount of 55 attempts. Unfortunately the Browns struggled and finished the season with disappointing 4-12 record and Liams person was linked with being kicked out during the off-season as Magician wasn’t picking words when ripping the franchise to bits and pieces. Yet with 4114 passing yards 19-17 td-int, completing 55% of his passes for 6.4 yards Liam hoped there’d be coaches there willing to train him and turn him into a star.
In Buffalo, Marcin had a disappointing end to the season, missing few games out. He finished the year with 44 catches for 615 yards and three scores. He knew the team would let him walk as all the glory was a on Sammy Watkins who he didn’t agree with at all. His Bills cracked into play offs with 9-6-1 record where they’d face the Colts.
Grumplet put a solid coaching year behind him and led the team to 11-5 record to face Bills in wild card round. They blasted through the Bills with 52-28 dominant win just to crash in divisional round against San Diego in close game decided by last minute touchdown to give the Chargers the win 45-38.
AFC Championship was won by the Chargers who soundly beat the Pats 32-21. NFC Championship went to Green Bay who came away with victory at Seattle 27-23.
The Super Bowl 50 seemed to lack atmosphere and the whole week leading up to was flat. But before that happened, there was time to announce yearly awards across the league during NFL honours night.
That’s where things got really bizarre as the Head Coach of the Year award went to Griswald Grumplet and everyone was just shocked since he did have some success with Indy but every one knew it was mainly down to players doing their thing. Anyways, when they were announcing the MVP the place went nuts and after people realised they heard Russell Wilson’s name things gone quiet and everyone was just confused as hell. The Seahawks had a top scoring offence but it was riding on backs of two running backs, Marshall Lynch who ended up leading the league in rushing yards with 1639 and Rawls who led the NFL in rushing touchdowns with 17 (jointly with Williams from the Steelers). No one could understand how handing off and looking cool earns you an MVP but hey. Life!
Marcus Mariota and Jamie Winston became Offensive Rookies of the Year in their respective conferences with D. Perryman of San Diego and E. Kendrich of Minnesota earned the defensive honours amongst the rookies.
Big Ben led the league in passing yards with 5027 of them and he also snatched the passing touchdown crown with 36 scores through the air. Can Newton was the most accurate with 71% passes completed and he also had the highest passer rating at 108.7 whilst Eli Manning got sacked the record 78 times and he was still alive.
Other achievements worth mentioning were those of: A. Brown leading in receiving yards (1721 yards and 111 catches), Jordy Nelson (1590-105) and Larry Fitzgerald (1393-81) split the leadership in receiving touchdowns with 14 each.
Kelvin Sheppard of Miami was the league leading tackler with 152 while his angry teammate Such led the NFL with 17 tackles for loss. Justin Houston grabbed himself 19.5 sacks and Darrelle Revis was the top interceptor with 8 picks.
Thomas Davis (Carolina) blocked to field goals during the season and K. J. Wright was the only one recording a safety….
And finally, night after the award ceremony Packers squared off with Chargers and had a solid and sound victory 44-33 to take Lombardi Trophy to Lambeau Field.
And Aaron Rodgers was named the Super Bowl 50 MVP. Then the lights were off and the world was already preparing for another crazy season.


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