And now, without further ado, here is Da Fly's All-Pro Team:


QB - Kurt Warner, Dublin.  Once again, this was too easy.  

HB - Curtis Martin, New York.  By a hair over Priest Holmes.

FB - Mike Alstott, Hamilton.  Not a true fullback, but still rushed for over 1000 yards and added 47 receptions.  

WR - Keyshawn Johnson, Dublin.  Lots of catches.

WR - Marvin Harrison, Ottawa.  Ditto.

TE - Byron Chamberlain, New Jersey.  Even if he doesn't block much.

C - Jeff Hartings, San Antonio.  The Vikings had the past run offense in the league - someone must have been blocking.

OG - Larry Allen, Hamilton.  Another annual selection.

OG - Leonard Davis, Baltimore.  The Larry Allen of the future.  

OT - Chris Samuels, Dublin.  Warner never gets sacked.

OT - Orlando Pace, Arizona.  Ditto Manning. 


DE - Michael Strahan, New York.  Almost as good as his hype.

DE - Robert Porcher, Dublin.  They've got guys on defense too.

DT - Trevor Pryce, Hamilton.  No one could run on the Steelhawks.

DT - Ted Washington, Omaha.  Ditto on the Condors.

OLB - Peter Boulware, Baltimore.  16 sacks?  That ain't right.

ILB - Marvcus Patton, Chicago.  Led the league in tackles.

ILB - Ray Lewis, San Antonio.  I admit it, I'm biased.

OLB - Jamir Miler, New Jersey.  I hate that New Jersey has decent players.

CB - Anthony Henry, Toronto.  10 interceptions!

CB - Deltha O'Neal, San Antonio.  Not quite 10 interceptions.

S - Zack Bronson, Omaha.  OK, he's a reach, but aagin, I like interceptions.

S - Darren Sharper, Denver.  A bright spot in a difficult season for the Demons.


K - John Carney, Dublin.  Gets to kick lots of extra points.

P - Todd Sauerbran, San Antonio.  Are punters real football players?

KR - Ronney Jenkins, Chicago.  2 TD returns.

PR - Reggie Swinton, Chicago.  The Caravan believe in special teams.