Brady Finally Wins a Super Bowl

Jon Kinsman, YFFL Commissioner

January 03, 2023

It was 27 years in the making, but Bear Poop has finally returned to the top of the YFFL.

In the highest scoring Super Bowl in YFFL history, Poop defeated the Chunky Chickens 92-64 to capture their third championship and first since going back-to-back in 1994 and 1995.

Leading the way once again was QB Tom Brady, who saved his finest performance of the year for the season's biggest moment. Brady scored four times and passed for 432 yards to tally 31 points. Three of those touchdowns went to Poop teammate WR Mike Evans, who scored a career best 26 points.

For Brady, it's the culmination of a 23-year YFFL career that has seen him pile up a league record 3,163 regular season points, a MVP award in 2007 and now a Super Bowl MVP and championship.

While Bear Poop was one of the lower scoring teams in this year's playoffs, owner Brian Davidson has to be lauded for actively pursuing this elusive championship thanks to some key acquisitions in the waning weeks of the season, including Evans and RB Alvin Kamara after losing WR Cooper Kupp to an injury in Week 10. The result was seven straight victories to close out the season, including three playoff wins over the Thugs (11-3), Buddies (12-2) and Chickens (13-1) in the toughest road to a Super Bowl ever.

Congratulations to Bear Poop and owner Brian Davidson, your Super Bowl XXX champions!