December 30, 2010 2:30 PM ET
Even Randy Moss snagged some hardware!
For most of you, the 2010 fantasy football season has come and gone -- unless of course your league still uses Week 17, and in that case, good luck finding replacements this week for players like Tom Brady. If you were lucky enough to snag yourself a league title, give yourself a pat on the back -- many owners have played for decades and never reached the Promised Land.
So, which players deserve special recognition this season? Take a look below.
Most Valuable Player: Arian Foster - 1,436 rushing yards, 594 receiving yards and 16 touchdowns
Yep, Foster gets the nod over Mike Vick. How come? Well, Vick did miss three games (Week's 5-7) and the running back position is way scarcer. Foster led all running backs in points and scored double digits in 14 out of 16 weeks. Not even Chris Johnson accomplished that feat. Expect Foster to be a top three pick in next year's draft.
Least Valuable Player: Randy Moss - 27 receptions for 375 yards and five touchdowns
Shonn Greene also deserves some recognition here, but based on ESPN's Live Draft Results, Moss was the 11th overall selection while Greene was picked 21st. Even more frustrating, because of Moss' trade to Minnesota after the Vikings' bye week, he actually played an extra game this season. Moss didn't score a touchdown since Week 7 and twice scored zero points (Weeks 4 and 11).
Best Waiver Wire Addition: Mike Vick
A long time ago, in the City of Brotherly Love, a man named Kevin Kolb was the starting quarterback for the Eagles. You know how the rest of the story goes. Vick finished the season as the highest scoring fantasy player and only played in 12 games. Not bad for a guy who went undrafted in the majority of leagues.