In honor of the IFL's 10th Anniversary season, the IFL concludes its countdown of the top ten IFL players of all time with Hall of Fame QB Chris Dixon.
A standout at Humboldt State University, Dixon began his indoor career in 2005. Widely considered the greatest player in Indoor Football League history, Dixon is a five-time United Bowl Champion. During the IFL's inaugural 2009 season, Dixon guided the Billings Outlaws to the first ever IFL United Bowl Championship. With Dixon again at the helm, the team repeated as champions during the 2010 season.
Prior to the beginning of the 2011 season, Dixon signed with the Sioux Falls Storm. Dixon spent three seasons with the Storm (2011-2012, 2014), compiling a 40-2 regular season record and three additional United Bowl Championships.
Dixon currently holds 33 different regular season and postseason IFL records, including; career completion percentage (68.6%), career passing yards (12,963), and career passing TDs (323). An exlosive offensive dynamo, Dixon is also ranks second in IFL history in rushing touchdowns (92) and third in rushing yards (2,562). In addition to five IFL championships, Dixon is a three-time League MVP, four-time United Bowl MVP, four-time Offensive Player of the Year, and five-time All-IFL team selection.
The 2018 IFL season begins february 23 in a matchup between the Cedar Rapids Titans and the Iowa Barnstormers.