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Welcome to the MOF Hall Of Fame to make it to the MOF HOF, you must be one of the all-time greats. Not necessarily just winning, but longevity, contributions to the league, broken records, and so on. To get into the HOF you must be voted in by your peers, a new class will be voted in before every new game comes out. You can access the hall of famers page from the links below.

CLASS OF 2005: MOF COMMISSIONER | DAN DOLAN
CLASS OF 2011: THOMAS BETTS | CAREY ST. HILAIRE | MIKE SWEENEY | JOHN HEALY
CLASS OF 2012: PAULY MENDES | JASON ST. HILAIRE
CLASS OF 2013: VINNY CATURANO
CLASS OF 2014: RON CLARK | BRETT WILLIAMSON 
CLASS OF 2015: BRANDON WEAKLAND | DAN HOLLEMAN | WILLIAM MAJCHRZAK

CLASS OF 2016: QUINCY PETERSON | ANDRE SCOTT
CLASS OF 2017: JASON FONTAINE


JOHN HEALY (canesbucs1)

Class of 2011
3-Time Super Bowl Champion

Coach John Healy has been one of the solid coaches since the MOF has started. Coach Healy began way back in Season 4 with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Coach Healy started off not so hot, but then turned his career around quick when he won his first Super Bowl in Season 6 with the Vikings. He has made the playoffs almost every single season he's been here and he's one of the favorites to win it all season in and season out. Coach Healy has been a staple of the MOF family for years, and he will always continue to be.

"Let me start by saying its an honor to even be considered for the HOF. I can remember back to when I first joined this league. I knew nothing about online leagues and was just going to see what happened and go from there. Never would I have imagined that this league would still be going stronger than ever in Madden 2012. It is a testament to you, and everyone who has been a part of the league through the years. A league is only as strong as all of its members, and somehow it seems we always get the best Madden players, and people."

"There have been so many guys who have come through this league throughout the years that I respect. There have been guys that have struggled to win, but been winners on the boards, and have been great guys to just chat with. I remember battling with Dolan and his great Packer/Bear teams. I remember when Sweeney and Pauly first joined the league and how I had to battle Sweeney and his miracle 49er team to get my SB win. What shows you that this is a great league is that people always come back. I also remembered when we first started MOF Radio, which is probably my favorite thing that we do. Powers does a great job with it, and even though he always beats me, I wanted to thank him for it."

"I've always found that we have top talent in this league. I may have a good record, but I am nervous before every game. I just wanted to thank everyone who voted for me and the other guys as they are all deserving. I also look forward to competing with everyone as I know there are other guys here that wont be far behind joining us. Lastly, i wanted to thank Jeff for all his hard work with the league/site. Without Jeff's hard work and dedication, this great league wouldn't be possible."

REGULAR SEASON
SEASON TEAM W L .PCT PF PA
Season 4 TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS 9 7 .563 311 285
Season 5 MINNESOTA VIKINGS 5 10 .344 304 268
Season 6 MINNESOTA VIKINGS 13 3 .813 473 234
Season 7 BALTIMORE RAVENS 9 7 .563 205 140
Season 8 JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS 13 3 .813 597 395
Season 9 ATLANTA FALCONS 13 3 .813 581 314
Season 10 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS 7 9 .438 423 409
Season 12 MINNESOTA VIKINGS 12 4 .750 472 264
Season 14 DENVER BRONCOS 9 7 .563 307 268
Season 16 NEW YORK GIANTS 14 2 .875 634 318
Season 17 NEW YORK JETS 15 1 .938 608 436
Season 19 TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS 12 4 .750 452 310
Season 20 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS 13 3 .813 501 291
Season 21 BALTIMORE RAVENS 14 2 .875 558 348
Season 26 * ST. LOUIS RAMS 2 3 .400 N/A N/A
Season 30 DALLAS COWBOYS 11 5 .688 353 305
Season 31 CLEVELAND BROWNS 12 4 .750 313 205
Season 32 DENVER BRONCOS 13 3 .813 410 258
Season 33 DETROIT LIONS 14 1 .750 313 205
Season 34 PITTSBURGH STEELERS 8 4 .667 334 183
Season 35 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS 6 4 .600 0 0
21 SEASONS TOTAL 224 89 .716 26.8 17.9
POST SEASON
SEASON TEAM W L D / W CCR SR
Season 6 MINNESOTA VIKINGS 3 0 Division 1-0 1-0
Season 7 BALTIMORE RAVENS 1 1 Division N/A N/A
Season 8 JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS 0 1 Division N/A N/A
Season 9 ATLANTA FALCONS 1 1 Division 0-1 N/A
Season 12 MINNESOTA VIKINGS 1 1 Division 0-1 N/A
Season 14 DENVER BRONCOS 0 1 Division N/A N/A
Season 16 NEW YORK GIANTS 0 1 Division N/A N/A
Season 17 NEW YORK JETS 0 1 Division N/A N/A
Season 19 TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS 0 1 Division N/A N/A
Season 20 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS 3 0 Division 1-0 1-0
Season 21 BALTIMORE RAVENS 1 1 Division 0-1 N/A
Season 30 DALLAS COWBOYS 1 1 Division N/A N/A
Season 31 CLEVELAND BROWNS 1 1 Division 0-1 N/A
Season 32 DENVER BRONCOS 0 1 Division N/A N/A
Season 34 PITTSBURGH STEELERS 3 0 Division 1-0 1-0
15 PLAYOFF APP. TOTAL 15 12 15 D / 0 W 3-4 3-0
RECORDS CURRENTLY HELD
SEASON PLAYER STATISTICS MILESTONE
Season 8 BYRON LEFTWICH (QB)
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
7 Passing Touchdowns Single Game Record (T)
Season 8 RASHEAN MATHIS (CB)
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
6 Defensive Touchdowns Single Season Record (T)
Season 31 CLEVELAND BROWNS
OVERALL TEAM
37.1 Rushing Yards Allowed Per Game Single Season Record
YEARLY AWARDS
SEASON PLAYER STATISTICS MILESTONE
Season 6 BRAD JOHNSON (QB)
MINNESOTA VIKINGS
97.3 QB Rating, 1,614 Yards,
18 TD, 11 INT
NFC QB of the Year
Season 6 DARREN SHARPER (FS)
MINNESOTA VIKINGS
67 Tackles (1 TFL),
9 Interceptions, 1 FR, 1 TD
NFC DB of the Year
Season 8 BYRON LEFTWICH (QB)
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
114.0 QB Rating
207-332 (62.3%)
3,527 Yards, 40 TD, 19 INT
AFC MVP
AFC QB of the Year
Season 8 FRED TAYLOR (RB)
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
277 Carries, 1,844 Yards, 13 TD
31 Receptions, 312 Yards, 3 TD
AFC RB of the Year
Season 8 MATT JONES (WR)
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
63 Receptions, 1,674 Yards, 23 TD AFC WR of the Year
Season 8 JOHN HENDERSON (DT)
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
58 Tackles (16 TFL), 12 Sacks,
1 FF, 1 FR, 1 Safety
AFC DT of the Year
Season 8 RASHEAN MATHIS (CB)
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
57 Tackles (2 TFL), 2 Sacks,
12 Interceptions, 1 FR, 6 TD
AFC CB of the Year
Season 8 JOSH SCOBEE (PK)
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
152 Points, 27-28 FG (62 Long) AFC PK of the Year
Season 8 CHRIS HANSON (P)
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
41 Punts, 1,959 Yards, 19 Inside 20 AFC P of the Year
Season 9 ROD COLEMAN (DE)
ATLANTA FALCONS
57 Tackles (14 TFL), 23 Sacks, 1 FR NFC DL of the Year
Season 9 ALLEN ROSSUM (CB)
ATLANTA FALCONS
42 Returns, 1,305 Yards, 3 TD NFC Returner of the Year
Season 16 JUSTIN TUCK (DE)
NEW YORK GIANTS
49 Tackles (23 TFL), 18 Sacks,
3 FF, 1 FR, 1 TD
NFC DE of the Year
Season 16 LAWRENCE TYNES (PK)
NEW YORK GIANTS
134 Points, 24-26 FG (50 Long) NFC PK of the Year
Season 17 KRIS JENKINS (DT)
NEW YORK JETS
40 Tackles (23 TFL), 10 Sacks,
1 Interception, 1 FF, 1 FR, 1 TD
AFC DT of the Year
Season 17 DAVID HARRIS (MLB)
NEW YORK JETS
60 Tackles (14 TFL), 1 Sack,
5 Interceptions, 4 FF, 3 FR, 1 TD
AFC MLB of the Year
Season 17 ANTONIO CROMARTIE (CB)
NEW YORK JETS
42 Tackles (2 TFL), 7 Interceptions,
2 TD
AFC CB of the Year
Season 19 GERALD MCCOY (DT)
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
66 Tackles (27 TFL), 18 Sacks, 1 FF NFC DT of the Year
Season 19 MICHAEL KOENEN (P)
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
39 Punts, 1,847 Yards, 16 Inside 20 NFC P of the Year
Season 20 PATRICK WILLIS (LB)
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
100 Tackles (21 TFL), 2 Sacks,
6 Interceptions, 6 FF, 1 FR, 2 TD
NFC Defensive MVP
NFC MLB of the Year
Season 20 RAY MCDONALD (DT)
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
45 Tackles (20 TFL), 15 Sacks,
1 FF, 1 FR
NFC DE of the Year
Season 20 ANDY LEE (P)
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
37 Punts, 1,621 Yards, 15 Inside 20 NFC P of the Year
Season 20 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
OVERALL TEAM
13-3 Record
NFC West Champions
Super Bowl Champions
NFC Coach of the Year
Season 21 RAY RICE (RB)
BALTIMORE RAVENS
349 Carries, 2,641 Yards, 41 TD
24 Receptions, 417 Yards, 4 TD
AFC MVP
AFC RB of the Year
Season 21 JOE FLACCO (QB)
BALTIMORE RAVENS
119.2 QB Rating
176-259 (65.4%)
3,432 Yards, 26 TD, 14 INT
AFC QB of the Year
Season 21 ED REED (SS)
BALTIMORE RAVENS
72 Tackles (4 TFL), 3 Sacks,
10 Interceptions, 2 FF, 1 TD
AFC S of the Year
Season 30 DEMARCO MURRAY (RB)
DALLAS COWBOYS
299 Carries, 1,236 Yards, 19 TD
42 Receptions, 336 Yards
NFC RB of the Year
Season 30 HENRY MELTON (DT)
DALLAS COWBOYS
44 Tackles, 14 Sacks, 1 FR NFC DT of the Year
Season 30 ORLANDO SCANDRICK (CB)
DALLAS COWBOYS
36 Tackles, 9 Interceptions, 2 TD NFC CB of the Year
Season 31 CLEVELAND BROWNS
OVERALL TEAM
12-4 Record
AFC North Champions
AFC Coach of the Year
Season 32 PEYTON MANNING (QB)
DENVER BRONCOS
109.2 QB Rating
251-316 (79.4%)
3,248 Yards, 21 TD, 17 INT
AFC MVP
AFC QB of the Year
Season 32 JULIUS THOMAS (TE)
DENVER BRONCOS
68 Receptions, 761 Yards, 6 TD AFC TE of the Year
Season 32 VON MILLER (OLB)
DENVER BRONCOS
66 Tackles, 14 Sacks, 1 FF, 1 FR AFC OLB of the Year
Season 32 BRANDON MCMANUS (K)
DENVER BRONCOS
139 Points, 33-33 FG (60 Long), 40-40 XP AFC K of the Year
Season 32 JORDAN NORWOOD (WR)
DENVER BRONCOS
10 Returns, 192 Yards, 1 TD AFC PR of the Year
Season 32 DENVER BRONCOS
OVERALL TEAM
13-3 Record
AFC West Champions
AFC Coach of the Year
Season 33 NDAMUKONG SUH (DT)
DETRIOT LIONS
48 Tackles, 22 Sacks, 1 FF NFC DT of the Year
Season 34 DRI ARCHER (RB)
PITTSBURGH STEELERS
39 Returns, 1,013 Yards, 1 TD, 100 Long AFC KR of the Year

LEGEND
W = Wins, L = Loses, .PCT = Winning Percentage, PF = Total Points Scored, PA = Total Points Allowed
D / W = Division Winner or Wild Card Berth, CCR = Conference Championship Record, SR = Super Bowl Record
* = Did not finish Season
^ = Season Ended Prematurely

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