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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


PAULY MENDES (Pauly2110 / icu-runnin)

 

Class of 2012
4-Time Super Bowl Runner-Up | MOF Co-Commissioner

As we all know we have finally started a normal season of the MOF here is by belated HOF induction speech. First and foremost I first want to thank Jeff Dypko for his continuous effort and passion to keep this league going in even some of the toughest situations he had to overcome over the years. There is no doubt we have had our differences and did not see eye to eye on issues in the past but I believe without him there would be no MOF and that's a Fact, and now I think I have grown to appreciate all the time and effort he really puts into this league and that's a big part of what makes the MOF the best league I have ever played in. After about 10 years and 15 seasons in the MOF I realized it's not all about winning it's about taking out stresses that everybody has in their everyday lives with the opportunity to sit down and play a competitive madden football game after a long day at work . Most of us are not able to strap on the pads and take the field any longer and the MOF provides me with the closest thing to real football other than coaching that my body can actually handle. Other than on the field the MOF has provided me the opportunity to meet many friends along the way, if I lived In the same town as some of the coaches in the MOF I would love sit down and have a beer and shoot the shit as words cannot describe the great football community that the MOF has brought into my life and I have met many great people along the way.

MOF is about history, it's about past memoires that still make me laugh, it's about coaches like Dypko, Vinman, Powers, Dolan, Krazie, Jfon, Sween, MMX, Foxman, Devito, healy, Lewie and many others that have been there through the ups and downs and have made it great to visit the forum on a daily bases, we have seen many come and go but the best remain and will be here for the future. Even though I'm on the downside of my madden career (as the past couple seasons have indicated) as having a family now will do that to most but the MOF will always play a role in my life as there will always be time after a long day to sit down and play in the league that brings madden football to a new place. Being inducted into the Hall of Fame is a great honor especially as the votes come from the fellow coaches of the MOF. Looking forward to playing madden until I'm grey and old and I hoping this upcoming season will bring MOF back to what it used to be in the golden years with a lively forum and great on field competition with coaches that know, love and breath football, thanks Paul

REGULAR SEASON
SEASON TEAM W L .PCT PF PA
Season 6 NEW ORLEANS SAINTS 9 7 .563 209 210
Season 7 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES 11 5 .688 309 225
Season 8 OAKLAND RAIDERS 12 4 .750 377 213
Season 9 BALTIMORE RAVENS 11 5 .688 405 289
Season 10 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES 14 2 .875 436 221
Season 11 MIAMI DOLPHINS 14 2 .875 N/A N/A
Season 12 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS 10 6 .625 305 288
Season 13 ST. LOUIS RAMS 10 6 .625 322 238
Season 14 WASHINGTON REDSKINS 10 6 .625 300 248
Season 15 CAROLINA PANTHERS 10 6 .625 313 258
Season 17 MINNESOTA VIKINGS 6 10 .375 453 559
Season 19 NEW YORK JETS 6 10 .375 299 355
Season 20 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS 7 9 .438 321 350
Season 21 HOUSTON TEXANS 12 4 .750 404 252
Season 22 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS 7 9 .438 264 297
Season 23 PITTSBURGH STEELERS 13 3 .813 482 285
Season 24 DETROIT LIONS 10 6 .625 508 362
Season 25 DETROIT LIONS 11 5 .688 540 337
Season 27 PITTSBURGH STEELERS 6 10 .375 366 405
Season 28 CHICAGO BEARS 8 8 .500 432 384
Season 29 CHICAGO BEARS 13 3 .813 338 181
Season 30 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES 9 7 .563 297 252
Season 31 NEW ORLEANS SAINTS 13 3 .813 314 188
Season 32 NEW ORLEANS SAINTS 9 7 .563 314 260
Season 33 NEW ORLEANS SAINTS 11 5 .688 331 259
Season 34 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS 12 3 .800 366 200
Season 35 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS 11 5 .688 399 261
Season 36 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS 14 2 .875 477 240
Season 37 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS 14 2 .875 516 272
Season 38 NEW YORK JETS 14 2 .875 477 240
Season 39 NEW YORK JETS 14 2 .875 516 272
Season 40 NEW YORK JETS 11 5 .688 373 255
32 SEASONS TOTAL 343 168 .671 23.3 17.4
POST SEASON
SEASON TEAM W L D / W CCR SR
Season 6 NEW ORLEANS SAINTS 0 1 Wild-Card N/A N/A
Season 7 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES 2 1 Division 1-0 0-1
Season 8 OAKLAND RAIDERS 3 1 Division 1-0 0-1
Season 9 BALTIMORE RAVENS 0 1 Wild-Card N/A N/A
Season 10 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES 0 1 Division N/A N/A
Season 11 MIAMI DOLPHINS 2 1 Division 0-1 N/A
Season 13 ST. LOUIS RAMS 2 1 Division 0-1 N/A
Season 14 WASHINGTON REDSKINS 0 1 Wild-Card N/A N/A
Season 15 CAROLINA PANTHERS 0 1 Wild-Card N/A N/A
Season 21 HOUSTON TEXANS 1 1 Division N/A N/A
Season 23 PITTSBURGH STEELERS 0 1 Division N/A N/A
Season 24 DETROIT LIONS 1 1 Division N/A N/A
Season 25 DETROIT LIONS 1 1 Division 0-1 N/A
Season 28 CHICAGO BEARS 0 1 Division N/A N/A
Season 29 CHICAGO BEARS 2 1 Division 1-0 0-1
Season 30 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES 0 1 Wild-Card N/A N/A
Season 31 NEW ORLEANS SAINTS 2 1 Division 1-0 0-1
Season 33 NEW ORLEANS SAINTS 1 1 Wild-Card N/A N/A
Season 34 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS 0 1 Division N/A N/A
Season 35 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS 0 1 Wild-Card N/A N/A
Season 36 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS 1 1 Division 0-1 N/A
Season 37 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS 2 1 Division 1-0 0-1
Season 38 NEW YORK JETS 0 1 Division N/A N/A
Season 39 NEW YORK JETS 0 1 Division N/A N/A
Season 40 NEW YORK JETS 0 1 Wild-Card N/A N/A
25 PLAYOFF APP. TOTAL 20 25 17 D / 8 W 5-4 0-5
RECORDS CURRENTLY HELD
SEASON PLAYER STATISTICS MILESTONE
Season 10 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
OVERALL TEAM
10 Giveaways Single Season Record (T)
Season 31 PIERRE THOMAS (RB)
NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
5 Fumbles Single Game Record
YEARLY AWARDS
SEASON PLAYER STATISTICS MILESTONE
Season 8 LANCE JOHNSTONE (DE)
OAKLAND RAIDERS
55 Tackles (6 TFL), 29 Sacks AFC Defensive MVP
AFC DE of the Year
Season 8 OAKLAND RAIDERS
OVERALL TEAM
12-4 Record
AFC West Champions
AFC Champions
AFC Coach of the Year
Season 9 TERRELL SUGGS (DE)
BALTIMORE RAVENS
67 Tackles (12 TFL), 24 Sacks, 1 FF AFC Defensive MVP
AFC DL of the Year
Season 21 JASON ALLEN (CB)
HOUSTON TEXANS
35 Tackles (1 TFL),
11 Interceptions, 3 TD
AFC Defensive MVP
AFC CB of the Year
Season 21 OWEN DANIELS (TE)
HOUSTON TEXANS
65 Receptions, 803 Yards, 15 TD AFC TE of the Year
Season 21 MARIO WILLIAMS (OLB)
HOUSTON TEXANS
71 Tackles (22 TFL), 2 Sacks,
1 Interception, 1 FR, 2 TD
AFC OLB of the Year
Season 24 CALVIN JOHNSON (WR)
DETROIT LIONS
78 Receptions, 2,132 Yards, 17 TD NFC WR of the Year
Season 24 STEPHEN TULLOCH (MLB)
DETROIT LIONS
89 Tackles (12 TFL), 4 Sacks,
5 FF, 2 Interceptions
NFC MLB of the Year
Season 25 JAHVID BEST (RB)
DETROIT LIONS
238 Carries, 1,548 Yards, 16 TD NFC RB of the Year
Season 25 CALVIN JOHNSON (WR)
DETROIT LIONS
87 Receptions, 2,163 Yards, 19 TD NFC WR of the Year
Season 25 STEPHEN TULLOCH (MLB)
DETROIT LIONS
91 Tackles (23 TFL), 3 Sacks,
3 FF, 1 FR, 3 Interceptions, 1 TD
NFC MLB of the Year
Season 27 EMMANUEL SANDERS (WR)
PITTSBURGH STEELERS
72 Receptions, 1,526 Yards, 11 TD AFC WR of the Year
Season 29 LANCE BRIGGS (OLB)
CHICAGO BEARS
91 Tackles 60 Tackles (10 TFL),
4 Sacks, 1 Interception, 2 FR, 2 TD
NFC OLB of the Year
Season 29 DEVIN HESTER (WR)
CHICAGO BEARS
17 Returns, 250 Yards, 1 TD NFC PR of the Year
Season 29 CHICAGO BEARS
OVERALL TEAM
13-3 Record
NFC North Champions
NFC Champions
NFC Coach of the Year
NFC Comeback Coach
Season 30 DARREN SPROLES (RB)
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
16 Returns, 254 Yards (15.9 AVG), 1 TD NFC KR of the Year
Season 34 ALEX SMITH (QB)
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
126.7 QB Rating
168-230 (73.1%)
2,460 Yards, 17 TD, 3 INT
AFC QB of the Year
Season 34 JAMAAL CHARLES (RB)
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
336 Car, 1,936 Yards, 21 TD
79 Rec, 684 Yards, 5 TD
AFC RB of the Year
Season 34 JUSTIN HOUSTON (OLB)
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
39 Tackles, 8 Sacks, 5 Interceptions AFC OLB of the Year
Season 34 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
OVERALL TEAM
13-3 Record
AFC West Champions
AFC Coach of the Year
Season 35 JAMAAL CHARLES (RB)
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
368 Car, 1,794 Yards, 14 TD
78 Rec, 547 Yards, 3 TD
AFC Offensive MVP
AFC RB of the Year
Season 36 JAMAAL CHARLES (RB)
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
363 Car, 2,021 Yards, 22 TD
65 Rec, 545 Yards, 4 TD
AFC Offensive MVP
AFC RB of the Year
Season 37 JAMAAL CHARLES (RB)
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
340 Car, 1,725 Yards, 20 TD
76 Rec, 648 Yards, 8 TD
AFC RB of the Year
Season 38 RYAN FITZPATRICK (QB)
NEW YORK JETS
111.3 QB
364-495 (73%)
4,565 Yards, 28 TD, 11 INT
AFC QB of the Year
Season 38 BUSTER SKRINE (CB)
NEW YORK JETS
72 Tackles, 3 TFL, 1.0 Sacks, 10 INT, 2 TD AFC CB 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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