2009: SaberCats Get One!

The South Carolina SaberCats ride Chris Johnson all the way to their first XFFL Championship by defeating the Omaha Bigdogs 130-103.

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2009 XFFL Champions – The South Carolina SaberCats

XFFL Playoffs
First Round : South Carolina SaberCats – 133.02 vs. Cincinnati Dragons – 116.15
Omaha Bigdogs – 137.73 vs. Oakland Rage- 126.07

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Championship Game :
South Carolina SaberCats – 129.69 vs. Omaha Bigdogs- 102.67

Final 2009 Regular Season XFFL Standings

Teams Record Total Points
American Divison
*Cincinnati Dragons 12 – 2 – 0 1797.77
*Omaha Bigdogs 10 – 4 – 0 1674.62
Boise Bobcats 7 – 7 – 0 1656.24
Tampa Bay Thunder 7 – 7 – 0 1507.20
Pittsburgh Freaks 6 – 8 – 0 1510.31
Orlando Desperados 4 – 10 – 0 1380.30
National Divison
*Oakland Rage 10 – 4 – 0 1656.17
* South Carolina SaberCats 8 – 6 – 0 1701.57
Miami Soul 6 – 8 – 0 1518.52
New York Hitmen 6 – 8 – 0 1511.26
San Diego Spartans 6 – 8 – 0 1437.78
Glendale Nighthawks 2 – 12 – 0 1298.97

2009 XFFL Awards
Most Valuable Player : Aaron Rodgers – Oakland
Least Valuable Player : Matt Forte – South Carolina
Rookie of the Year : Knowshon Moreno – New York

2009 All-XFFL Team
QB – Aaron Rodgers – Oakland Rage
RB – Chris Johnson – South Carolina SaberCats
RB – Maurice Jones-Drew – Miami Soul
WR – Randy Moss – Tampa Bay Thunder
WR – Andre Johnson – Cincinnati Dragons
Flex – Adrian Peterson – Tampa Bay Thunder
TE – Dallas Clark – Omaha Bigdogs
K – David Akers – Boise Bobcats
DL – Elvis Dumervil – South Carolina SaberCats
DL – Jared Allen – Cincinnati Dragons
LB – Patrick Willis – Cincinnati Dragons
LB – Brian Cushing – Glendale Nighthawks
DB – Charles Woodson – San Diego Spartans
DB – Darren Sharper – Oakland Rage
Flex – David Harris – Boise Bobcats
Owner – Kyle Miller – South Carolina SaberCats

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2009 Rookie Draft
1st – New York – Knowshon Moreno
2nd – Cincinnati – Beanie Wells
3rd – Orlando – Michael Crabtree
4th – Omaha – Mark Sanchez
5th – Pittsburgh – Hakeem Nicks
6th – Tampa Bay – Percy Harvin
7th – San Diego – Jeremy Maclin
8th – Glendale – Matthew Stafford
9th – Oakland – Donald Brown
10th – Miami – LeSean McCoy
11th – Glendale – Shonn Greene
12th – Boise – Kenny Britt
13th – Boise – Josh Freeman
14th – Glendale – Darrius Heyward-Bey
15th – Cincinnati – Brandon Pettigrew
16th – Omaha – Derrick Williams
17th – Boise – Jared Cook
18th – Boise – Pat White
19th – San Diego – Mohammed Massaquoi
20th – Orlando – Chase Coffman
21st – Oakland – Brian Robiskie
22nd – Miami – Rey Maulauga
23rd – Pittsburgh – Aaron Curry
24th – South Carolina – James Laurinaitis
25th – New York – Malcolm Jenkins
26th – Glendale – Brian Cushing
27th – Boise – Clay Matthews Jr.
28th – Pittsburgh – Tyson Jackson
29th – Tampa Bay – Brian Okrapo
30th – San Diego – Aaron Maybin
31st – Miami – Juaquin Iglesias
32nd – Glendale – Ramses Barden

Pro Bowl

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QB – #1 Aaron Rodgers – Oakland Rage
RB – #1 Chris Johnson – South Carolina SaberCats
RB – #2 Mauice Jones-Drew – Miami Soul
RB – #6 Thomas Jones – New York Hitmen
WR – #8 Wes Welker – New York Hitmen
WR – #11 Steve Smith – San Diego Spartans
WR – #12 Chad Ochocinco – South Carolina SaberCats
TE – #13 Todd Heap – Glendale Nighthawks
K – #2 Nate Kaeding – New York Hitmen
DL – #2 Elvis Dumervil – South Carolina SaberCats
DL – #4 Aaron Schobel – Oakland Rage
LB – #3 Brian Cushing – Glendale Nighthawks
LB – #6 James Harrison – Miami Soul
DB – #1 Charles Woodson – San Diego Spartans
DB – #2 Darren Sharper – Oakland Rage
Flex – #9 Ray Lewis – New York Hitmen

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QB – #2 Drew Brees – Omaha Bigdogs
RB – #3 Adrian Peterson – Tampa Bay Thunder
RB – #4 Ray Rice – Boise Bobcats
RB – #9 Ryan Grant – Omaha Bigdogs
WR – #1 Andre Johnson – Cincinnati Dragons
WR – #2 Randy Moss – Tampa Bay Thunder
WR – #4 Miles Austin – Orlando Desperados
TE – #2 Vernon Davis – Pittsburgh Freaks
K – #1 David Akers – Boise Bobcats
DL – #1 Jared Allen – Cincinnati Dragons
DL – #3 Will Smith – Pittsburgh Freaks
LB – #1 Patrick Willis – Cincinnati Dragons
LB – #4 David Harris – Boise Bobcats
DB – #4 Bernard Pollard – Omaha Bigdogs
DB – #7 Tyvon Branch – Orlando Desperados
Flex – #29 Nick Barnett – Tampa Bay Thunder

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Pro Bowl Score :
National Division – 120.60
American Division – 98.15

Team History

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After a dispute with league officials, Jack Calhoun decided that 2009 would be his last season in the XFFL.  The Atlanta Predators and Phil Schonebaum would take his place for the 2010 season.

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