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Old 08-26-2019, 05:14 PM   #1
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World Virtual League of Gridiron Football

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The World Virtual League of Gridiorn Football

Any player, any league, any year. Introducing the World Virtual League of Gridiron Football, a new kind of fantasy football! The WVLGF is text-sim based fantasy football league with several unique twists. Instead of the usual fantasy football I am sure you are familiar with, this league runs independently from real world pro leagues. Instead it utilizes a custom developed text sim to pit teams compiled of players from different eras, leagues, and rule sets against one another. Not only that, but those games can be played across four distinct play styles, Professional (NFL), Collegiate (NCAA), Indoor (AFL), and Canadian (CFL).

The Inaugural Season will consist of eight teams across two conferences as they battle for league supremacy. Weekly updates will be posted every Friday, and if there is interest here, I will assuredly be looking to expand ownership opportunities to OS forum members.

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Draft History
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Elite Conference
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Draft Night

Chicago, IL – On a warm summer night several weeks ago the World Virtual League of Gridiron Football had its first real moments of life. With five franchise owners in person and the other three phoning in, the inaugural draft kicked off. With no prior season from which to dictate draft order a random number generator was selected to determine the order of the six round, serpentine style draft. With that decided the Commissioner Jackson hit the randomization button and the generator spit out the following order…

1. Green Bay Norsemen
2. Nashville Nightmare
3. Champaign-Urbana Otter Guys
4. Golden Tate Warriors
5. Anchorage Polar Bears
6. Pawnee Li’l Sebastians
7. Shooter Shoots
8. Windy City Gust

Green Bay was now on the clock.

They wouldn’t be for very long though, and soon the first overall pick would be in. And it would be no other than Quarterback Aaron Rodgers’ 2011 season. In his age 28 season he would go on to earn MVP honors, completing 68.3% of his 502 passing attempts for 4,643 yards, 45 touchdowns, and 6 interceptions, well also adding an additional 257 yards and 3 touchdowns on his 60 carries on the ground, and with that selection, as all selections will, every other Aaron Rodgers season whether it be pro, college, or something else is barred from selection.

Nashville was now on the clock.

Again the selection would come quickly, this one the first unit selection of the night, as the Nightmare drafted the 2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Defense, and as with all unit selections their age will be treated as an incoming player to whatever level they are from, so in this case 22. The ’02 Bucs were a stellar defensive force, holding opponents to a beyond impressive 12.3 points allowed per game, as well as collecting 31 interceptions.

Champaign-Urbana was now on the clock.

And once again the selection would quickly make it to the Commissioner as the Otter Guys would select the 1985 Chicago Bears’ Defense. In addition to the Bears’ outstanding 12.4 points allowed per game, this selection also gives the Otter Guys access to Ken Taylor’s 1985 Punt Returning season, up until his outright selection by another team, or the 1985 Chicago Bears’ retirement. Additionally, he is excluded as a bonus to all other defense’s in which he qualifies as a secondary position.

Golden Tate was now on the clock.

As seems to be tradition in this first round the selection would once again come in quickly. The Warriors would select Quarterback Dan Marino’s 1984 MVP season. In that age 24 season Marino would complete 362 of his 564 attempts for 5,084 yards, 48 touchdowns, And 17 interceptions. His rushing on the other hand would be pedestrian compiling -7, yes negative, yards on 28 carries.

Anchorage was on the clock.

Again, the pick would come in quickly. This one is one the league was pretty much made for, the ultimate what if in pro football, Bo Jackson. His 1987 rookie season to be specific. In that partial season he racked up 554 yards and 4 touchdowns on only 81 carries, a unbelievable 6.8 yards per carry, and hauled in 16 receptions for an additional 136 yards and 2 more touchdowns.

Pawnee was now on the clock.

This pick like the others would once again come quickly, though unlike other it would be a head scratcher. The Li’l Sebastians would use their first round selection on Ryan Fitzpatrick’s 2018 season. Owner and GM Nate, justified his selection implying “Fitzmagic” would propel his team to countless victories. In Fitzpatrick’s up and down age 36 2018 season he completed about two-thirds of his 246 attempts for 2,366 yards, 17 touchdowns, and 12 interceptions, well also adding another 152 yards and 2 touchdowns on 36 carries.

Shooter was now on the clock.

As always the pick would come quickly, and this one would edge us back to reality as the Shoots would select Tim Tebow’s Heisman winning 2007 season. In that season Tebow would complete 66.9% of his 350 passing attempts for 3,286 yards, 32 touchdowns, and 6 interceptions, well also gathering an impressive 973 yards and 23 touchdowns on the ground.

Windy City was now on the clock.

With the final pick of the first round League Commissioner and Gust Owner and GM Jackson would select another head scratcher, selecting Jonathan Crompton’s 2014 CFL season. When questioned on the selection Jackson stated, “I wanted to bring some attention to prospects that others might not even consider selecting. Since the option is there, why not use it.” Crompton’s selection is still questionable though, as in his age 27 2014 season he only completed 58.1% of his 308 passing attempts for 2,482 yards, 11 touchdowns, and 8 interceptions, in addition to 154 rushing yards on 28 attempts.

Over the next five rounds things would go smoothly, and the final boards would look as follows…

Anchorage Polar Bears
1 05 RB, 1987 Bo Jackson, NFL
2 12 CH, 1986 Mike Ditka, NFL
3 21 RC, 2012 Calvin Johnson, NFL
4 28 DEF, 2013 Seattle Seahawks, NFL
5 37 OL, 1972 Oakland Raiders, NFL
6 44 QB, 1999 Kurt Warner, NFL

Champaign-Urbana Otter Guys
1 03 DEF, 1985 Chicago Bears, NFL
   └ RS, 1985 Ken Taylor, NFL
2 14 QB, 2014 Andrew Luck, NFL
3 19 OL, 2018 Indianapolis Colts, NFL
4 30 CH, 2017 Kevin Kelly, AAA
5 35 CH, 2005 Lovie Smith, NFL
6 46 CH, 2009 Jim Zorn, NFL

Golden Tate Warriors
1 04 QB, 1984 Dan Marino, NFL
2 13 DEF, 2000 Miami Hurricanes, NCAA DI-A
3 20 OL, 1994 Dallas Cowboys, NFL
4 29 RB, 2005 Reggie Bush, NCAA DI-A
5 36 RC, 2006 Chad Johnson, NFL
6 45 HC, 1930 Knute Rockne, NCAA

Green Bay Norsemen
1 01 QB, 2011 Aaron Rodgers, NFL
2 16 RB, 2003 LaDainian Tomlinson, NFL
3 17 CH, 1996 Mike Holmgren, NFL
4 32 DEF, 2000 Baltimore Ravens, NFL
   └ RS, 2000 Duane Starks, NFL
5 33 RC, 1987 Jerry Rice, NFL
6 48 OL, 2000 St. Louis Rams, NFL

Nashville Nightmare
1 02 DEF, 2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, NFL
2 15 CH, 2009 Rex Ryan, NFL
3 18 OL, 2004 Kansas City Chiefs, NFL
4 31 RB, 1993 Jerome Bettis, NFL
5 34 CH, 2006 Herm Edwards, NFL
6 47 QB, 2012 Devin Gardner, NCAA FBS

Pawnee Li'l Sebastians
1 06 QB, 2018 Ryan Fitzpatrick, NFL
2 11 DEF, 2004 Buffalo Bills, NFL
   └ RS, 2004 Terrence McGee, NFL
3 22 RC, 2012 Davante Adams, NCAA FBS
4 27 OL, 1997 Denver Broncos, NFL
5 38 CH, 2007 Bill Belichick, NFL
6 43 RC, 2000 Torry Holt, NFL

Shooter Shoots
1 07 QB, 2007 Tim Tebow, NCAA FBS
2 10 RC, 2003 Randy Moss, NFL
3 23 DEF, 2015 Denver Broncos, NFL
4 26 RC, 2004 Tony Gonzalez, NFL
5 39 RB, 1988 Barry Sanders, NCAA DI-A
6 42 CH, 2014 Pete Carroll, NFL

Windy City Gust
1 08 QB, 2014 Jonathan Crompton, CFL
2 09 CH, 1997 Tom Osborne, NCAA DI-A
3 24 RB, 1965 Gale Sayers, NFL
4 25 RB, 1944 Glenn Davis, NCAA
5 40 OL, 1953 Cleveland Browns, NFL
   └ K, 1953 Lou Groza, NFL
6 41 DEF, 1927 Green Bay Packers, NFL
   └ RB, 1927 Curly Lambeau, NFL
   └ CH, 1927 Curly Lambeau, NFL

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