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princefielder28
08-30-2007, 07:49 PM
This thread will deal with schedules, rosters, game plans, results, and statistics of Season 2. I please ask that ONLY GMs post in here what they need to so we stay organized throughout this process.

Let the games begin!

princefielder28
08-30-2007, 07:50 PM
Fantasy League Season 2 Schedule

Week 1
Toronto 6 vs Las Vegas 30
Wyoming 44 vs North Bay 10
New York 35 vs Orlando 37
Hamilton 20 vs Sacramento 6
Memphis 17 vs Los Angeles 13

Week 2
Toronto 10 vs Wyoming 27
Las Vegas 31 vs Los Angeles 3
New York 14 vs Hamilton 20
Orlando 51 vs Memphis 7
North Bay 14 vs Sacramento 20

Week 3
Toronto 20 vs North Bay 3
New York 35 vs Sacramento 7
Las Vegas 28 vs Orlando 24
Wyoming 38 vs Los Angeles 10
Hamilton 31 vs Memphis 14

Week 4
Toronto 28 vs Los Angeles 19
New York 34 vs Memphis 20
Orlando 34 vs Sacramento 6
Hamilton 28 vs Wyoming 23
Las Vegas 45 vs North Bay 10

Week 5
Toronto 10 vs New York 31
Orlando 13 vs Hamilton 17
Las Vegas 17 vs Wyoming 20
Sacramento 24 vs Memphis 27
North Bay 24 vs Los Angeles 17

Week 6
Toronto 23 vs Orlando 27
Las Vegas 20 vs Hamilton 17
Wyoming 42 vs Sacramento 6
North Bay 24 vs Memphis 23
Los Angeles 20 vs New York 41

Week 7
New York vs Las Vegas
Orlando vs Hamilton
Sacramento vs Memphis
Toronto vs Wyoming
North Bay vs Los Angeles

Week 8
Orlando vs Wyoming
Toronto vs Los Angeles
North Bay vs Las Vegas
New York vs Memphis
Hamilton vs Sacramento

Week 9
Hamilton vs North Bay
Toronto vs Las Vegas
Wyoming vs Los Angeles
Memphis vs Orlando
New York vs Sacramento

Week 10
Sacramento vs Los Angeles
Toronto vs North Bay
Las Vegas vs Wyoming
Memphis vs Hamilton
New York vs Orlando

Week 11
Memphis vs Toronto
Las Vegas vs Los Angeles
Wyoming vs North Bay
Hamilton vs New York
Sacramento vs Orlando

princefielder28
08-30-2007, 07:55 PM
GMs please post your Week 1 Starters (add KR/PR).....also PM me your gameplan such as offensive run/pass ratio and how you plan to play your defense against given opponent

scottyboy
08-30-2007, 08:02 PM
Flash Week 1 Roster

QB: Chris Cutler
RB: Santino Marselle
WR1: Julio Stone
WR2: TJ Janisch
OT: Troy Palmer
DE: Kenny Wangler
DE: Larry Birdine
OLB: Mo Louis
MLB: Trey Lewis
OLB: Leo Wellingham
CB: Edison Sneed
FS: Willie Beaman
SS; Perry Williams

KR/PR: TJ Janisch

OSUGiants17
08-30-2007, 08:02 PM
nvm (stupid 10 char.)

OSUGiants17
08-30-2007, 08:06 PM
GMs please post your Week 1 Starters (add KR/PR).....also PM me your gameplan such as offensive run/pass ratio and how you plan to play your defense against given opponent
Wait, you and Scotty switched?

Toronto's Roster
QB- Martin Fletcher
RB- Ron Mexico
WR- DeAndre Morrison
DE/OLB- Phil Romanowski
DE/OLB- DeAngelo King
CB- Mike Carter
FS- Adam Bell

KR/PR- DeAndre Morrison

Hines
08-30-2007, 08:08 PM
hamilton will win the ship

Man_Of_Steel
08-30-2007, 08:14 PM
Hamilton Reapers
Week 1 Lineup

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OFFENSE

QB- Dmitri Titov 89
RB- Marcus Henderson 82
WR #1- Seth Harris 91
WR #2- Xavier Stone 79
WR #3- Antwaan Davis 90
TE- Elliot Walker 85
OT- Jesus Escobar 90

DEFENSE

DT- Tank Williams Jr. 83
SLB- Memphis Sizzle 95
MLB- DJ Krens 94
WLB- Scotty Slaughter 91
CB- Dustin Dockery 85
CB- Brian O'Driscoll 84
FS- Michael Modano 87
SS- Cal Ripken 88

SPECIAL TEAMS

KR- Brian O'Driscoll 84
PR- Brian O'Driscoll 84

MiamiU27
08-30-2007, 08:16 PM
Hamilton Reapers
Week 1 Lineup

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OFFENSE

QB- Dmitri Titov 89
RB- Marcus Henderson 82
WR #1- Seth Harris 91
WR #2- Xavier Stone 79
WR #3- Antwaan Davis 90
TE- Elliot Walker 85
OT- Jesus Escobar 90

DEFENSE

DT- Tank Williams Jr. 83
SLB- Memphis Sizzle 95
MLB- DJ Krens 94
WLB- Scotty Slaughter 91
CB- Dustin Dockery 85
CB- Brian O'Driscoll 84
FS- Michael Modano 87
SS- Cal Ripken 88

SPECIAL TEAMS

KR- Brian O'Driscoll 84
PR- Brian O'Driscoll 84
wtf, I'm not the KR or PR? That's ********

BuckNaked
08-30-2007, 08:33 PM
QB Joe Dyas
RB World B. Free
WR Blackie Chan
WR Jake Banks
TE Miles Davis Jr.
DE Joey Ryan
DE Jack Bauer
DT Troy Brouwer
LB Chad Reed
LB Mexico Eater
CB Galaga Jennings
S Tyrone Biggums
KR/PR Blackie Chan

princefielder28
08-30-2007, 08:38 PM
Players List/Bio

QBs (7)…


Name: Dylan DelliSanti
User Name: Neko4
Team: Wyoming Jackalopes
Overall-95
Age: 22
Position: QB
Main Strength: Very accurate, Can thread the needle, Good mobility, Good leadership ability, Makes smart decisions, Durable, Clutch.
Main Weakness: Arm Strength is suspect, Will have passes batted down at the line, If he gets too rattled can make bad decisions.
Height: 5'11
Weight: 200
College: Maryland
Comparison: Chris Leak, but a bit faster and better (much)
Year: 2

Name: Martin Fletcher
User Name: ncst8fan83
Team: Toronto Juggernauts
Overall-90
Age: 28
Position: QB
Main Strength: Can evade the rush, checks off well, very strong arm
Main Weakness: Doesn't prepare well, a bit of a "gunslinger" type which leads to interesting 4th quarters
Height: 6'5"
Weight: 237
College: North Carolina State University
Year: 2


Name: Chris Cutler
User Name: CutlerChris
Team: Orlando Flash
Overall-95
Age: 23
Position: QB
Strength: Amazing arm both strength and accuracy-wise, great mobility
Weakness:might be an alcoholic
Height-6'5"
Weight-245
College- U of Miami
Year: 2

Name: Scott Marshall
User Name: Elway777
Team: New York Mafia
Overall-96
Age: 22
Position: QB
Main Strength: Pocket Elusiveness, Arm Strength, Athletics and versatile(hands,return ability)
Main Weakness: Over confident, Locks on to receivers
Height: 6-3
Weight: 215
College: USC
Year: 2

Name: Antwaan Davis
User Name: cardsalltheway
Team: Hamilton Reapers
Overall-90
Age: 25
Position: QB
Main Strength: Exteremly accurate and smart with his throws, avoids pressure well and can make plays with his feet if needed
Main Weakness: Questionable arm strength and he lacks ideal size
Height: 6'2''
Weight: 220
College: Indiana
Year: 2

Name: Dmitri Titov
User Name: Eaglez.Fan
Team: Hamilton Reapers
Overall: 89
Age: 20
Position: QB
Main Strength: Arm strength (think J.Russell), immense potential, size, instincts
Main Weakness: Accuracy, experience, speed
Height: 6'7
Weight: 217
Color: White
Hair- Dark
Eyes- Grey
College: USC
Throws: Left
Year: Rookie

Name: Joe Dyas
User Name: Philliez01
Team: Las Vegas Showtime
Overall: 92
Age: 20 (rookie)
Position: QB
Main Strength: Intelligence, Accuracy, Footwork, Mechanics, Durability, Dedication
Main Weakness: Arm Strength, Mobility, Frame, Size (to a degree), Overall Strength
Height: 6'1
Weight: 195
College: Rutgers
Year: Rookie

RBs (8)…


Name: Ron Mexico
User Name: fenikz
Team: Toronto Juggernauts
Overall-96
Age: 24
Position: RB
Main Strength: Extremely agile runner, has break away speed, good vision & hands, excellent jukes
Main Weakness: major character concerns, may shy away from contact, not a team player
Height: 6'0
Weight:213
College: Miami
Comparison: Reggie Bush / Marshall Faulk
Year: 2

Name: World B. Free
User Name: BrownsTown
Team: Las Vegas Showtime
Overall-93
Age: 25
Position: RB
Main Strength: Willing to do whatever his coach asks to win, great team player, leader, good blocker, good reciever out of backfield.
Main Weakness: Not ideal physical attributes, not the fastest, doesn't run people over.
Height: 5'11
Weight: 200
College: Ohio State
Year: 2

Name: Benn Hart
User Name: HoopsDemon12
Team: Wyoming Jackalopes
Overall-94
Age: 21
Position: RB
Main Strength: Run Power/Pass Blocking
Main Weakness: Hands out of the backfield
Height: 6'2
Weight: 231
College: Penn State
Year: 2

Name: Rodney Mack
User Name: Splat420
Team: New York Mafia
Overall-90
Age: 24
Position: HB
Main Strength: Speed,Vison,Team Player
Main Weakness: Durability,Size,Blocking
Height: 5'10
Weight: 210
College: Texas
Compares: Warrick Dunn
Year: 2

Name: Santino Marselle
User Name: ripdw27
Team: Orlando Flash
Overall-89
Age: 22
Position: RB
Main Strength: speed, elusiveness, durability, catching, carrying
Main Weakness: struggles breaking tackles, not patient, doesnt wait for plays to develop
Height: 6'0
Weight: 217
College: UW Wisconsin
Year: 2

Name: Clinton McGore
User Name: Its_all_about_the_U
Team: New York Mafia
Overall: 87
Age: 25
Position: FB
Main Strength: Great Run Blocker, has good hands out the back field, nasty on the field
Main Weakness: Not the greatest runner, not fast by any means, maybe too aggressive
Height: 6'1
Weight: 252
College: The U
Compares to: Lorenzo Neal/Mike Alstott
Year: 2

Name: Marcus Henderson
User Name: Jets5128
Team: Hamilton Reapers
Overall: 82
Age: 21
Position: RB
Strengths: An absolute truck, one man simply cannot stop him once he gets a full head of steam, which he can do surprisingly quickly due to his above average acceleration. Has great breakaway speed to go along with his strength, he can plow over you and then outrun your whole team. Has the ability to be a workhorse back, just doesn't tire out.
Weakness: Although he has excellent speed he doesn't have great agility and elusiveness. Pass protection is mediocre at best, it isn't awful but isn't what you would desire for your 3rd down back. He catches like an offensive tackle, enough said
Height: 6'1
Weight: 225
College: Ok St.
Year: Rookie

Name: Brian O'Driscoll
User Name: (contact mangini for pres)
Team: Hamilton Reapers
Overall: 84
Position: HB, KR
Age: 27
Number: 13
College: University College Dublin
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 210 lbs.
Ethnicity: White
Hair: Light Brown Short
Strengths- Break Tackle, Agility, Acceleration, Hands, Strength, Potential to be an Amazing KR, Always Fights for Extra Yards, Great Foot Too, Can Drink Like A Tank
Weakness- Overall Speed is not what it used to be, Football Knowledge, Sometime is hung over on Sundays like most Irishmen, Sometime makes poor decisions
Comparisons: THERE"S NO ONE ON THE PLANET LIKE BO'D
Year: Rookie

WRs (11)…


Name: Seth Harris
User Name: HinesWardJr.
Team: Hamilton Reapers
Overall-91
Age: 21
Position: WR
Main Strength: has exceptional tools all around the board..great at everything
Main Weakness: raw, very raw, has a big ego, a little too selfish
Height: 6'2
Weight:205
College:Penn State
Comparison:a mixture of marvin harrison and anquan boldin
Year: 2

Name: Julio Stone
User Name: ATLDirtyBirds
Team: Orlando Flash
Overall-96
Age:22
Position: WR
Main Strength: Is very good at everything.
Main Weakness: Disappears from games when not getting the ball.
Height:6'4
Weight:228
College: LSU
Comparison: Calvin Johnson with Anquan Boldin's break tackle ability.
Year: 2

Name: Jason Baller
User Name: KILLERSANTA
Team: Wyoming Jackalopes
Overall-92
Age: 19
Position: WR
Main Strength: Hands, Agility
Main Weakness: Ball hog, Going across the middle
Height: 6'0
Weight: 180
College: The U
Year: 2

Name: Brent Noose
User Name: BrentN
Team: Wyoming Jackalopes
Overall:95
Age: 22
Position: WR
Main Strength: Vision, Ability to break jams, Punt/Kick returning ability
Main Weakness: Height, only have average top-end speed
Height: 5'9"
Weight: 175
College: Texas A&M
Compares to: Ricky Proehl
Year: 2

Name: TJ Janisch
User Name: tjpackers
Team: Orlando Flash
Overall: 88
Age: 23
Position: WR
Main Strength: Speed, Catch, Tackle
Main Weakness: making reads, jumping, recovery
Height: 6-0
Weight: 194
College: Wisconsin
Year: 2

Name: Jamal Emerson
User Name: Shavedaeyebrow2
Team: New York Mafia
Overall: 89
Age: 22
Position: WR
Main Strength: Player comparison: Calvin Johnson Size, Power, hands / Ted Ginn explosion/'speed
Main Weakness: Tackling, Pass Blocking, Being Too Good
Height: 6'5
Weight: 230
College: Rutgers
Year: 2

Name: Blackie Chan
User Name: Bucknacked
Team: Las Vegas Showtime
Overall: 92
Age: 22
Position: WR/GM
Main Strength: speed, ability to make a tough catch, route running
Main Weakness: attitude, is too cocky and does too many celebrations
Height: 6'2
Weight: 185
College: Kentucky
Year: 2

Name: Jake Banks
User Name: jballa838
Team: Las Vegas Showtime
Overall: 90
Age: 21 (rookie)
Position: WR
Main Strength: Great Routes, Hands, Awareness, Burst, Homerun Speed, Slippery to tackle, Character, Team Player
Main Weakness: Blocking, Strength, Weight, Gator Hands across middle, not fluid hips.
Height: 6'0
Weight: 180
College: Washington
Year: Rookie

Name: Xavier Stone
User Name: MiamiU27
Team: Hamilton Reapers
Overall: 79
Age: 21
Position: WR/KR/PR
Main Strength: Great hands, Speed, and jumpping, and gets alot of YAC/breaks alot of tackles, and great route running
Main Weakness: Catches with body 15% of the time, cocky, nasty edge, only cares for himself
Height: 6'2
Weight: 241
College: Miami
Comparison: Steve Smith's hands and speed, Reggie Bush's jumpping and juking, and Hester like returns
Year: Rookie

Name: DeAndre Morrison
User Name: Canadian_kid16
Team: Toronto Juggernauts
Overall: 90
Age: 21
Position: WR
Strengths: He's got size and all the natural speed in the world. Can make spectacular catches. Great Playmaker
Weaknesses: trouble running routes. Not very aware. Difficulty making easy catches
Height: 6’4
Weight: 200
College: Vanderbilt
Year: Rookie

Name:Cal Naughton Jr.
User Name: rbk
Team: New York Mafia
Overall: 87
Age:23
Position:WR
Main Strength:great hands and impeccable route running, can take a hit and make catches over the middle
Main Weakness:lacks ideal size and measurables for the position, only a decent blocker
Height:5'10"
Weight:185 lbs
College:Cal
Year: Rookie

TEs (4)…


Name: Lebron James
User Name: Turtlepower
Team: New York Mafia
Overall-95
Age: 24
Position: TE
Main Strength: Standout Basketball player. Tall and Physical and excels at jump balls.
Main Weakness: A very raw blocker. Not especially quick off the line.
Height: 6'8
Weight: 240 lbs
College: Arizona State
Compares to: A taller Antonio Gates, with Jeremy Shockey's blocking ability.
Year: 2

Name: Bryce Curtis
User Name: Vikes99ej
Team: Wyoming Jackalopes
Overall: 93
Position: TE
Height and Weight: 6'5 252
Strenghts: recieving, good speed for TE, agile
Weaknesses: run and pass blocking
College: Virginia Tech

Name:Miles Davis Jr.
User Name: terribletowel39
Team: Las Vegas Showtime
Overall: 89
Position: TE
College: LA Tech
Age: 20
Height: 6'4
Weight: 257 lbs
Strengths: Run blocking, decent speed, endzone threat, insane jumping abilities, character
Weakness: Pass blocking, concentration, awareness, dropping the easy balls
Comparison: What Miles Davis Sr. was to playing the trumpet and jazz, he is to playing the TE position.
Year: Rookie

Name: Elliott Walker
User Name: Hawk
Team: Hamilton Reapers
Overall: 85
Position: TE/WR hybrid
6'4" 220
Strengths: Route running, hands, break tackles, blocking
Weakness: Awareness, average speed
College: Michigan
Year: Rookie

OLs (4)...

Name: Troy Palmer
User Name: Wiscbaderfootball
Team: Orlando Flash
Overall:96
Age: 22
Position: OT
Main Strength: Run Blocking
Main Weakness: doesn't excel as much at Pass Blocking, sometimes has too many false starts.. but no major ones, some character issues
Height: 6' 7
Weight: 325
College: Wisconsin
Year: 2

Name: Stanley Davis
User Name: SJ- The_Predator
Team: Wyoming Jackalopes
Ovr:92
Age: 22
Position: OT
Main Strength: Quickness & Strength...Very Atlhetic...Aggresive
Main Weakness: Not much Experience..Needs better Footwork
Height: 6'6
Weight: 325
College: The U
Compares to: Ogden of Coures
Year: 2

Name: Jesus Escobar
User Name: mqtirishfan
Team: Hamilton Reapers
Overall: 90
Age: 21
Position: LT
Main Strength: Strength, quickness off ball, leadership, speed, desire
Main Weakness: Technique, Arm length, experience, Size
Height: 6'4
Weight: 275
College: Miami (Fl)
Year: Rookie

Name: Bubba Joe Buford
User Name: Superkevin
Team: Wyoming Jackalopes
Overall: 84
Position: OG
School: Southern University
Age: 23
6'4" 331 lbs 5.12 40 yard dash
Strengths: Huge body, strong as an ox, dominating run blocker, solid athleticism for his size
Weaknesses: Transferred to Southern from LSU due to academics, has trouble with complicated pass blocking schemes
Year: Rookie

DLs (9)…


Name: Kenny Wangler
User Name: LTGiants
Team: Orlando Flash
Overall-90
Age: 23
Position: Le/Re
Main Strength: Pass Rushing/ Run Stopping
Main Weakness:He needs work on technique, though modest for a De.
Height:6'6
Weight:288
College: Pittsburgh
Compares to: Mario Williams(speed and athletic ability) and Richard Seymour (Run Plugging, Nastiness,)
Year: 2

Name:Jay Moultrie
User Name: Islandboy843
Team: New York Mafia
Overall-94
Age: 21
Position: 4-3 DE or 3-4 OLB
Main Strength: Quickness, Technique, Versatile
Main Weakness: Partying with pacman
Height: 6-3
Weight:257.5454343
College:Clemson
Year: 2

Name: Garrett "The Wall" Vandergriten
User Name: mil_brew_fan
Team: New York Mafia
Overall-86
Age: 25
Position: Defensive End
Main Strength: Pass rushing
Main Weakness: Plugging holes
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 283
College: University of Texas-El Paso
Year: 2

Name: Troy Brouwer
User Name: Jensen
Team: Las Vegas Showtime
Overall: 95
Age: 22
Position: DT
Strengths: Great against the run, can tackle and pursue well, very big and poweful, can occupy a double team when he's playing well, works hard, team leader, always gives his all on the field.
Weaknesses: Needs work on pass defense, lacks a quick first step, can get out-leveraged, and can get worn down late in games.
Height: 6’6
Weight: 305
College: Wisconsin
Year: Rookie

Name:Jack McDaniels
User Name: reigle9
Team: Wyoming Jackalopes
Overall: 85
Position: DT
Age:22
Height:6'1
Weight:300
Strengths:size and leverage
Weaknesses:lack of focus
College:Penn State
Year: Rookie

Name: Eric Lewis
User Name: Ravens 1991
Team: New York Mafia
Overall: 91
Position: DT
Age:21
Main strength: Versatility, can play 3-4 DE, 3-4 NT, both 4-3 DT spots, 4-3 LE. Goes all out. Plays with the rage to kill. 1st one at practice and last to leave. If you don't double team him your QB/RB will die. Has Ray Lewis like intensity and leadership. Can get a decent pass rush.
Main Weakness: His rage will sometimes make him to play w/o technique, gets roughing penalties every once in a while. Will talk to the offense to mess with their heads. His main pass rush move is going full speed hoping to run over the o-lineman. Has been to anger managment.
Height:6'3
Weight:315
College: University of Maryland.
Compares: Your worst nightmare
Year: Rookie

Name: Peter Parker
User Name: Bearfan
Team: Wyoming Jackalopes
Overall: 88
Age: 21
Position: DE
Main Strength: Quick off the ball. Fast player for a DE. Maybe a OLB tweener. Good heads up player, has a nose for the ball and Quarterback. Solid Tackler, and good finesse moves at the line.
Main Weakness: Undersized. Not the strongest player.
Height: 6'2
Weight: 265
College: Iowa
Year: Rookie

Name: Larry Birdine
User Name: Boston
Team: Orlando Flash
Overall: 87
Position: DE
6'5" 265 lbs.
Strenghts: Speed off the corner, bull rushes effectively, sick spin move
Weaknesses: Doesn't have ideal size. Will get pushed around. Can get lost in the flow of things.
college: Wisconsin

Name: Jack Bauer
User Name: BigDawg819
Team: Las Vegas Showtime
Overall: 92
Position: DE
Age: 19
Number: 99
College: Florida State
Height: 6'6"
Weight: 297 lbs
Ethnicity: Polish
Hair: Long blonde and wavy with plenty of bounce
Strengths- Incredible intelligence due to being a child prodigy, phenomenal technique, explosive off the edges, always seems to be putting pressure on the QB, knack for causing fumbles, has been known to block kicks almost at will
Weakness- Run support needs improvement, has been known to miss team meetings from time to time, has a weakness for the cheer leaders
Comparisons: Freeney, Julius Peppers, Osi Umenyiora, Jamaal Westerman
Year: Rookie

Name: Tank Johnson Jr.
User Name: WinslowBodden
Team: Hamilton Reapers
Overall: 83
Height: 6'4
Weight: 325lbs
Position: DE/DT Any Scheme
Strength: Penetration, Ability to hold the point, Run Plugging, pocket collapsing, Wingspan, Amazing Speed and Strength combo.
Weakness: Overpursues, Gets tired late in the 4th quarter without some breaks.
Comparison: A violent mix of Richard Seymour, Jamal Williams and Tommie Harris.
Age: 20
School: The U.
Year: Rookie

Name:Joey Ryan
User Name: yodachu
Team: Las Vegas Showtime
Overall: 83
Age:18
Position: DE
Main Strength:Hand movement
Main Weakness:Anger
Height:6 foot 1 inch
Weight:230
College:UW-Milwaukee
Compairson:Lenord Little
Year: Rookie

LBs (12)…

Name: Kobe Jordan
User Name: YAYareaRB
Team: Wyoming Jackalopes
Overall:96
Age: 22
Position: LB
Main Strength: Speed, Agility, Hits like a truck, sheds blocks well.
Main Weakness: Awareness, Hands, Gets caught out of place from time to time.
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 255 lbs
College: Miami
Compares to: Shawne Merriman
Year: 2

Name: DeeJay Krens
User Name: Mr. Stiller
Team: Hamilton Reapers
Overall-94
Age: 22
Position: MLB
Main Strength: Run Stopping/Pass Coverage
Main Weakness: Pass Rushing is suspect, though modest for a MLB.
Height:6'3
Weight:258
College: Pittsburgh
Compares to: Young Derrick Brooks(speed and Coverage) and Ray Lewis(Run Plugging, Nastiness, and Pass Rushing)
Year: 2

Name: Mexico Eater
User Name: etk
Team: Las Vegas Showtime
Overall-83
Age: 21
Position: OLB
Main Strength: Pass rushing, coverage
Main Weakness: Blockers
Height: 6'1
Weight: 227
College: Miami U
Year: 2

Name: Chad Reed
User Name: SubNoize
Team: Las Vegas Showtime
Overall-95
Age: 23
Position: OLB
Main Strength: very intelligent like having a coach on the field. great coverage and pursuit skills, is always around the ball on every play. can play sideline to sideline. great sack artist.
Main Weakness: can hit too high trying to go for knockout. is fast but doesn't have elite speed.
Height: 6'4''
Weight: 239
College: University of Southern California
Year: 2

Name: Mo Louis
User Name: The Legend
Team: Orlando Flash
Overall-95
Age: 25
Position: OLB
Main Strength: Speed
Main Weakness: Not The Strongiest Guy
Height: 6'0
Weight: 228
College: Miami
Year: 2

Name: Leo Wellingham
User Name: The_Great_Jonathan_Vilma
Team: Orlando Flash
Overall-94
Age: 23
Position: MLB
Main Strength: Sideline-to-sideline run stopping, pass coverage, smart, sound tackler, Team player/leader
Main Weakness: shedding blockers, undersized, bites on play-action, can be run at, not a great blitzer
Height: 6'1
Weight:235
College: The U
Year: 2

Name: Memphis Sizzle
User: Man_Of_Steel
Team: Hamilton Reapers
Overall: 95
Age: 22
Position: OLB/GM
Main Strength: Instinctive, Great size/speed/power, fearless, leader.
Main Weakness: Undisiplined, dirty player, leaves assignment, bites on PA.
Height: 6'3
Weight:238
College:Pittsburgh
Year: 2

Name: Scotty Slaughter
User Name: thebow305
Team: Hamilton Reapers
Overall: 91
Age: 21
Position: 3-4 SLB
Height and Weight: 6'4" 272 lbs
Strengths: The Definition of a Sack Artist, a real Pass-Rushing Specialist. Can get to the quarterback in a hurry, using his great strength and speed coming off the edge. Also holds up great at the point of attack to shed blockers and stuff the run. Very confident and aggressive.
Weaknesses: Coverage. Can match up with tight ends for the most part, but lacks the ability to consistently read the quarterback's eyes and make plays in the passing game. Relies on speed a little too often to get into the backfield and has the tendency to over run plays at times.
College: Miami (Fla.)
NFL Comparison: Shawne Merriman/Kamerion Wimbley
Year: Rookie

Name: DeAngelo King
User Name: Charm City Byrdgang
Team: Toronto Juggernauts
Overall: 95
Age: 22
Position: 3-4 OLB can play 4-3 DE
Height and Weight: 6'4 260
Strenghts: Powerful and quick pass rushing specialist, is ok at stopping the run but not fantastic
Weaknesses: Pass Coverage, looks lost out there if he has to cover anyone
college: Maryland
Year: Rookie


Name: Aaron Brooks
User Name: iloxygenil
Team: New York Mafia
Overall: 91
Age: 24
Position: MLB
Also Plays: FB
Main Strength: Very smart, able to read and react with the best of them, very soft hands doesn't drop anything, perfect form tackler won't be caught out of position
Main Weakness: not very tall and average speed
Height: 6'0
Weight: 235
College: Lee University
Comparison: Zach Thomas
Year: Rookie

Name: Trey Lewis
User Name: D-Unit
Team: Orlando Flash
Overall: 92
Position: MLB
Height and Weight: 6'3", 255
Age: 25
Strenghts: Instinct, Passion, Speed, Power, Intensity, Leadership
Weaknesses: Age, Contract Demands, Shedding double/triple team blockers, Prone to late hit and excessive celebration penalties.
College: Miami
Year: Rookie

Name: Brad Paul
User Name: Diehardvikingsfan
Team: Wyoming Jackalopes
Overall: 87
Position: Weakside linebacker
Age: 19
Height and Weight: 6'4", 220 lbs
Strenghts: Sees the field very well, vocal leader, good speed, great in pass coverage, good pass rushing skills, lives for the big hits
Weaknesses: due to him graduating from high school in North Korea at the age of 15, he is somewhat raw. with being only 19 years of age, his body still has some ways to go before it becomes fully developed. sometimes fails to wrapup on his tackling and his overall technique will need to be refined.
college: North Carolina
Year: Rookie

Name: Phil Romanowski
User Name: trkaline
Team:
Overall: 83
Position: OLB
School: Boston University
22 years old
6'4" 245 lbs 4.51 40 yard dash
Strengths: Perfect size, smart like a fox and nasty as a crocodile with a toothache. This guy will hurt you and if the hits not particularly clean and theirs no flag expect a smile from ear to ear.
Weaknesses: He’s a hot head while not always a bad thing may cause stupid penalties at the wrong time.
Year: Rookie

CBs (7)…

Name: Galaga Jennings
User Name: Adschofield
Team: Las Vegas Showtime
Overall-94
Age: 24
Position: CB
Main Strength: Quickness, Speed, Smooth Hips, Physical
Main Weakness: "Makes it rain" a bit too much, big character concerns, lacks ideal size
Height: 5'9
Weight:190
College: Virgina
Year: 2

Name: T.J. Thomas
User Name: 24Cadilac24
Team: Wyoming Jackalopes
Overall-88
Age: 22
Position: CB
Main Strength: Man Coverage
Main Weakness: Run Defense
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 188lbs
College: Troy St
Year: 2

Name: Mike Carter
User Name: 'cus-213
Team: Toronto Juggernauts
Overall-96
Age: 21
Position: CB
Main Strength: Hard Hitter
Main Weakness: Speed, Dirty player.
Height: 5'9''
Weight: 217
College: Syracuse
Year: 2

Name: Mike Hoppe
User Name: mikehop05
Team: Wyoming Jackalopes
Overall-86
Age: 23
Posiiton: CB
Strengths: zone and man coverage, good hips, hands, intelligent, wraps up well
Weakness: speed is good but not great, will bite ankles of larger running backs, alcoholic
Height: 5'11
Weight - 198
College: College Park, Maryland
Year: 2

Name: Andrew Sydney
User Name: Addict
Team: New York Mafia
Overall: 89
position: CB
height: 6'1''
age: 22
40: 4.28
School: Michigan
Strenghts: excellent size and speed, good man on man cover player and jumps like he has springs attached to his feet.
Weaknesses: struggles in zone coverage, needs work on his tackling.
player type: the guy you don't throw to, but do run at.
Year: Rookie

Name: Dustin Dockery
User Name: mangini for pres
Team: Hamilton Reapers
Overall: 85
Position: CB, KR
Age: 22
Number: 42
Face Shield: Amber
College: Hawaii
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 185 lbs.
Strengths- Hands, Coverage, Jumping Ability, Overall Speed, Agility, Acceleration, Getting to the QB on the Blitz, Tackling
Weakness- Breaking a Tackle, Too Aggressive So Makes Mistakes
Comparisons: Kerry Rhodes at S, Justin Miller KR (homer!)
Year: Rookie

Name: Edison Sneed
User Name: M.O.T.H.
Team: Orlando
Overall: 91
Position: CB/S
Height and Weight: 6'1 208
Strengths: very physical and aggressive, two position athlete, blessed w/ exceptional speed (4.35), great acceleration, good tackler, 42 inch vertical, excellent man to man defender, work-out warrior, natural born leader, Buck Buchanan award winner. (D-1AA most outstanding defensive player)
Weaknesses: doesnt always wrap up, susceptible to the double move, hands are only average, didnt play D-1A ball, plauged by injury early in his career (torn MCL, broken ankle)
college: Montana
Year: Rookie

Safeties (10)…


Name: Alex MacDonald
User Name: Wo_ot88
Team: Wyoming Jackalopes
Overall-93
Age: 22
Position: SS
Main Strength: Smart Safety/Run Support
Main Weakness: Coverage
Height: 6'0
Weight: 210
College: The U
Year: 2

Name: Willie Beaman
User Name: saintsfan912
Team: Orlando Flash
Overall-90
Age: 23
Position: FS
Main Strengths: Very Fast, hard hitter, ball hawk, team player. Excellent in coverage. Nasty as all hell. Solid tackler. Play recognition a plus. Coach on the field, always has his guys in the right place. Been a winner all his life.
Main Weaknesses: May over pursuit in run support. Maybe a little too nasty, lots of late hits, head shots on QBs. (His dad was a QB and left the family when Willie was 2. Still hasn't forgiven him.)
Height: 6'3
Weight: 220
College: LSU
Just call me a mix between Ed Reed and LaRon Landry.
Year: 2

Name:Chris Stanton
User Name : DWilliams2IndyColts
Team: New York Mafia
Overall-92
Age: 21
Posittion: SS
Strengths: Hitting, Coverage, Speed, Intelligence
Weakness: Ocassionally overpursues when he tackles
Height: 6'6
Weight 235
College: The U
Year: 2

Name: Tyrone Biggums
User Name: gbpackers0065
Team: Las Vegas Showtime
Overall: 92
Position: SS
Height and Weight 6'2" 220 lbs
Strenghts: Coverage, Size, Speed
Weaknesses: Weak for his size, Doesn't always see opportunities, Run-Stopping
college: Duke
Year: Rookie


Name: Adam Bell
User Name: Bellyboyyy
Team: Toronto
Overall: 88
Age: 20
Position: FS
Strengths: Excellent in run support, above average in coverage, hard hitting
Weaknesses: Over pursues the ball carrier/ Plays out of position and gets washed away in the blockers.
Height: 6’2
Weight: 222
College: Penn State
Year: Rookie


Name: TyQuell Jackson
User Name: Sniper26
Team: Wyoming Jackalopes
Overall: 86
Age?
Postition:Free Safety
Height: 6'3
Weight: 225 lbs
4.49 40 yard
College: Michigan
Strengths: Massive frame and hits like a truck, puts receivers on lockdown, terrific work ethic
Weaknesses: Struggles at times in run support. Sometimes susceptible to double-moves and playaction.
Year: Rookie

Name: Cal Ripken
User Name: Thetedginnshow
Team: Hamilton Reapers
Overall: 88
Age: 21
Position: SS
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 202
Strengths: Great speed, agility, acceleration, leaping ability, and coverage skills. Essentially, a playermaker that can make the big pick. Tough, durable, and pretty intelligent.
Weaknesses: Not much of a wrap-up tackler at all and fairly weak. The height doesn't really help that much either.
College: Ohio State
Year: Rookie

Name: Demarco Stallings
User Name: USAF Chief
Team: New York Mafia
Overall: 82
Position: Safety
Height and Weight: 6'3", 219lbs.
Age: 22
Strengths: Demarco has been referred to as a "ball-hawk" being in position to make plays that few others could. He has great vision and is a devastating force in the middle of the field. Recievers hate to go to the middle of the field when he is playing. Excellent vocal leader on the field.
Weaknesses: Only 2 years starter experience in college, speed is questionable but adequate given his size. Unofficial clocked 40-time of 4.56 at NC State Pro Day. May fill the SS role better than a FS role. Intensity will lead to some unecessary roughness/late hit penalties. Not the best role model off the field.
College: NC State Wolfpack
Year: Rookie

Name: Michael Modano
User Name:
Team: Hamilton Reapers
Overall: 87
Birthplace: Livonia, Minnesota
Age: 19
College: Texas
Position: Free Safety
Height: 6'3
Weight: 210
Strenghts: Blessed with amazing speed and football IQ, he's basically a QB for the defense. Can read and react fast and fly to the ball, and he's not afraid of supporting the run and playing physical. Fluid hips and can cover a lot of ground, he can simply read opposite QB's minds.
Weaknesses: Sometimes will give up a big play trying to get one, can take himself out of the play trying to do too much. Has a big head and he's a little cocky.
Notes: He has already 4 childs in 4 different states, and seems on his way of beating Travis Henry's record.
Year: Rookie

FS: Name: Perry Williams
User Name: TechNique
Team: Free Agent
Overall: 88
Age: 21
Position: FS
Main Strength: Physical saftey, Speed, Size
Main Weakness: Sometimes he can be lost in pass coverage, and sometimes will go for the big hit instead of the sure tackle and come up empty
Height: 6'3
Weight: 225
College: FSU
Comparison: Sean Taylor

K (2)…

Name: Greg Stantios-Fischer
User Name: Fischbowl
Team: New York Mafia
Overall-90
Age: 22
Position: K
Main Strength: 50+ Field Goals
Main Weakness: Coverage On Kickoffs
Height:6'2''
Weight: 185
College: Oklahoma
Compares to: Jason Elam
Year: 2

Name: Dirk Diggler
Team: Las Vegas Showtime
Overall: 90
Position: Kicker
Age: 23
Height and Weight: 5'10" 160
Strenghts: Big foot, Gets alot of girls so hes usually weak from using all his strength in bed.
Weaknesses: Big feet means big in the pants....so hes very slow. Hangs out with Brian O'Driscoll ( Even though I dont know Mangini for Pres in real life I had to add that.) so hes hung over all the time.
college: Community College of Philadelphia

Owners/GMs

New York Mafia…...RoyHall#1
Wyoming Jackalopes…...Jackalope
Hamilton Reapers…..Man_Of_Steel
Orlando Flash…..Scottyboy
Toronto Juggernauts…..OSUGiants17
Las Vegas Showtime…..Bucknaked

Coaches (3)...

Name: Tony D'Amato
Team: Wyoming Jackalopes
Age: 26
Offense: Smashmouth
Defense: 4-3; 60-70% blitzing
Run/Pass: 55% run - 45 pass
Type: Creative like Ken Whisenhunt, players coach, someone who preaches hard work!

Name:Steve Korinko
Team: Not Signed
Age:36
Offense:Power Running
Defense: Multiple Looks: Base 3-4, 5-2, 4-4
Run/Pass:60/40 Run Pass Ratio
Type:Preaches fundamentals of the game, establishing the run and stopping the run are important. Uses aggressive innovative blitzing schemes on defense. Defense changes and adapts each week depending on the opponent. A cerebral coach that is more about X's and O's then about motivation.

Name: Brodie Marchy
Team: Orlando Flash
Age: 46
Offense: Multiple Pro Set = Can pound the ball and spread the field
Defense: 3-4 = A Fast/Athletic "D" that plays from sideline to sideline
Run/Pass: 40/60 = Run to set up the Pass
Type: Players coach that does not put up with off the field problem players

OSUGiants17
08-30-2007, 09:02 PM
Phil Romanowski is trkaline not Superkevin

Mr. Stiller
08-30-2007, 10:30 PM
Stats Post..

Check back to this post often as I'll be updating the stats ;)

neko4
08-30-2007, 10:33 PM
thanks stiller, rep ya later

Mr. Stiller
08-30-2007, 10:45 PM
thanks stiller, rep ya later

No problem.. I gotta Redo the spreadsheet (I moved and my stuff is all packed up so I need to remake the spreadsheet)

princefielder28
08-30-2007, 10:57 PM
Week 1 Games

Hamilton (0-0) vs Sacramento (0-0)

This was Hamilton’s debut under new GM/ Player Memphis Sizzle, and they came out with guns a blazin’. On their first defensive series MLB DJ Krens came on a blitz and knocked the ball out of Sacramento’s hands and DT Tank Williams Jr. recovered it and returned it to the Sacramento 15. Three plays later rookie QB Dmitri Titov was able to connect with fellow rookie Elliot Walker for a 9-yard score. Hamilton’s defense continued to display tenacity and heart for the remainder of the first half by only allowing 74 total yards for Sacramento, and they went into half time with a 10-0 lead. Hamilton’s offense struggle a bit in the 2nd half with rookie QB Titov still getting his feet wet, but converted QB gone WR Antwaan Davis took a reverse 54 yards for a TD to give the Reapers a 17-0 lead. Sacramento made some strides on offense in the 2nd half, but they were unable to find the endzone. They were able to add two field goals early in the 4th quarter, but that certainly was not enough to overtake the Reapers on the opening night. The Reapers added a 34 yard field themselves following a 13 play, 82 yard drive that ate up 6:13 of the 4th quarter.





Hamilton 20 Sacramento 6




Hamilton Statistics

QB Dmitri Titov
14 of 25 for 161 yards 1 TD, 1 INT

RB Marcus Henderson
18 carries for 62 yards, 1 catch for 8 yards

WR Seth Harris
5 catches for 77 yards

WR Antwaan Davis
2 catches for 31 yards, 2 carries for 59 yards 1 TD

WR Xavier Stone
1 catch for 23 yards

TE Elliot Walker
5 catches for 25 yards 1 TD

OT Jesus Escabor
0 sacks allowed

DT Tank Williams Jr.
3 tackles, 1 sack, FR

LB Scotty Slaughter
6 tackles

LB DJ Krens
11 tackles, 1 FF, 2 sacks

LB Memphis Sizzle
9 tackles, 1 sack

CB Dustin Dockery
2 tackles, 1 INT

CB Brian O'Driscoll
3 tackles

S Michael Modano
4 tackles

S Cal Ripken
4 tackles




Memphis (0-0) vs Los Angeles (0-0)

Memphis 17 Los Angeles 13






Wyoming (0-0) vs North Bay (0-0)

The defending champion Wyoming Jackalopes began their defense of their title run against North Bay. The Jackalope defense wasn’t quite up to par in their first series, surrendering a 7-yard score to North Bay. Wyoming responded with a 8 play, 72 yard drive that concluded with a Benn Hart 13 yard TD run. North Bay was never able to recapture the success of their first drive leading to four consecutive three and outs. Wyoming’s offense was another story; they scored on their first five series, four resulted in touchdowns. Dylan DelliSanti hooked up with Brent Noose for a 28-yard score and Jason Baller for a 17 yard score. Benn Hart was able to pound another one in from three yards out giving Wyoming a sizeable lead going into halftime. Wyoming started the second half much like they ended the first by giving the ball to Benn Hart. Hart took his first carry of the half for just four yards, but the next play he bust out a 69 yard run for six points. North Bay never had a response, and they reached Wyoming territory only once resulting in a 48-yard field goal. The Wyoming starters sat the duration of the 4th quarter, but the backups were able to put two field goals on the board and pad the lead. Kobe Jordan was the tackles leader for the Jackalopes, taking down 14 North Bay players and tallying one sack. Wyoming now looks forward to a week 2 match-up with the Toronto Juggernauts.







Wyoming 44 North Bay 10




Wyoming Statistics

QB Dylan DelliSanti
21 of 24 for 235 yards 2 TDs

RB Benn Hart
19 carries for 151 yards 2 TDs

WR Brent Noose
4 catches for 69 yards 1 TD

WR Jason Baller
7 catches for 81 yards 1 TD

TE Bryce Curtis
6 catches for 62 yards

LT Stanley Davis
0 sacks allowed

RG Bubba Joe Bufford
1 sack allowed

DE Peter Parker
6 tackles

DT Jack McDaniels
4 tackles, 1 FF

MLB Kobe Jordan
14 tackles, 1 sack

OLB Brad Paul
9 tackles

CB TJ Thomas
6 tackles, 1 INT

CB Mike Hoppe
4 tackles

SS Alex MacDonald
5 tackles, 1 INT

FS TyQuell Jackson
7 tackles






Toronto (0-0) vs Las Vegas (0-0)

The Toronto Juggeranuts came into Week 1 with a slim roster while Las Vegas playing their first game as their new franchise. Toronto came out running the football, but was unable to score following an 11 play drive. Las Vegas also struggled to put together a scoring drive following a big hit by DeAngelo King on RB World B. Free. On Toronto’s second possession QB Martin Fletcher hooked up with WR DeAndre Morrison for a 48 yard completion. Troy Brouwer and Las Vegas defense were able to hold Toronto to a field goal. After taking a beating in the first drive Free ran like a mad man netting 42 on 8 carries in a scoring drive that concluded with QB Joe Dyas finding WR Blackie Chan from 18 yards out. On the ensuing kickoff DeAndre Morrison was able to break off a big return down to the Vegas 33. Once again Toronto was only able to kick the ball through the uprights for three instead of finding the endzone for six. Dyas led Las Vegas on a two minute drive at the end of the half that led to a field goal from 43 yards out and gave them a larger lead heading into halftime. Las Vegas came out in the second half with a big time air assault. The Juggernauts were locking down on Blackie Chan so WR Jake Banks stepped up and was able to snatch four of his six catches on that drive. Miles Davis Jr. concluded the drive with a 4-yard TD reception. Toronto never seemed to have much of an answer for the rest of the game, and the Las Vegas defense had a lot to do with that. DE Jack Bauer registered 2 sacks while LB Chad Reed forced one fumble and had a sack of his own. All-Pro CB Galaga Jennings grabbed his first interception of the season. The two turnovers results in two scoring drives, a 37 yard field goal by Dirk Diggler and an 11-yard TD run by Free. The game seemed to be slipping away for the Juggernauts and in desperation to put together a late scoring drive Martin Fletcher surrendered his second interception of the game to Jennings. Las Vegas worked the clock and the ball down the field, and they were able to set up Dirk Diggler for his 3rd field goal of the game. Las Vegas’ stout defense and good mix on offense was too much for the Juugernauts on this night.








Las Vegas 30 Toronto 6



Las Vegas Statistics

QB Joe Dyas
18 of 27 for 193 yards 2 TDs

RB World B. Free
24 carries for 135 yards 1 TD

WR Blackie Chan
4 catches for 57 yards 1 TD

WR Jake Banks Jr.
6 catches for 79 yards

TE Miles Davis Jr.
3 catches for 23 yards 1 TD

DE Jack Bauer
4 tackles, 2 sacks

DE Joe Ryan
6 tackles

DT Troy Brouwer
3 tackles

LB Mexico Eater
7 tackles

LB Chad Reed
10 tackles, 1 FF, 1 sack

CB Galaga Jennings
3 tackles, 2 INTs

S Tyrone Biggums
5 tackles, 1 sack

K Dirk Diggler
XP: 3/3 FG: 3/3



Toronto Statistics

QB Martin Fletcher
13 of 23 for 149 yards 2 INTs

RB Ron Mexico
19 carries for 61 yards

WR DeAndre Morrison
8 catches for 101 yards

DE/OLB DeAngelo King
13 tackles

DE/OLB Phil Romanowski
8 tackles, 1 sack

CB Mike Carter
5 tackles

FS Adam Bell
4 tackles




Orlando (0-0) vs New York (0-0)

If there was one phrase used to describe this game it would be, “old fashion shootout.” Orlando and New York both came with their air games ready, and it showed. Orlando and Chris Cutler started the first drive with 3 consecutive passes to WR TJ Janisch, and then tried to go up top to stud wideout Julio Stone but with little success. Orlando mixed in a few runs with their march down the field and scored with a 2-yard TD reception by Julio Stone. New York quickly answered with a 7 play, 69 yard drive that concluded with a 15 yard TD reception by RB Rodney Mack. As the theme of the game went along, Orlando had their answer. RB Santino Marselle busted out a 53 yard run that set up a pass and catch touchdown from Chris Cutler to Julio Stone for the second time. Marshall with his Mafia troops had an answer for that answer. The Mafia slowed it down a bit by giving the ball to Mack more frequently. Then New York pulled out play action and went after rookie CB Edison Sneed; Jamal Emerson burned him deep and came up with a 37 yard TD reception to pull the game even. Orlando moved the ball down field again but only came away with a 28 yard field goal. New York began another pursuit down the field, and it involved more of Emerson, who was able to reel in three catches on the scoring drive which ended with an 8 yard TD run from Rodney Mack. Orlando’s two minute offense was preformed beautifully, leading the Flash to a 6 yard TD run from Marselle. The Flash went into halftime with a slim lead. The defenses came to play a bit more in the second half. New York’s first possession of the half was stalled after a monster hit from rookie Trey Lewis. Orlando capitalized with the stop by adding three more points from 44 yards out. Marshall went back to the air, and it resulted in the Mafia’s fourth scoring drive of the game, 12 yard TD reception by Cal Naughton Jr. The Flash went into the fourth quarter trailing. The two teams swapped scoreless drives, but half way through the quarter the Flash found the endzone again, and this time it was TJ Janisch with a catch of 21 yards. The Flash regained the lead again. The Mafia needed an answer, and they found one in TE LeBron James. James was the catalyst of a drive that last 13 plays and ran 4:30 minutes off the clock. James had 4 catches on the drive, one of which was a 10 yard TD reception. With 2:57 left in the game the Mafia had the lead. Chris Cutler led a drive very reminiscent to the one he led to end the first half. He moved the ball along with Santino Marselle down to the New York 16 with :03 seconds left. The Flash converted the field goal as time expired and Orlando came away with their first win of the season.









Orlando 37 New York 35



Orlando Statistics

QB Chris Cutler
31 of 40 for 323 yards 3 TDs

RB Santino Marselle
17 carries for 101 yards 1 TD

WR Julio Stone
9 catches for 126 yards 2 TDs

WR TJ Janisch
11 catches for 137 yards 1 TD

OT Troy Palmer
O sacks allowed

DE Kenny Wangler
3 tackles, 1 sack

DE Larry Birdine
4 tackles

LB Trey Lewis
12 tackles, 1 sack

LB Mo Louis
9 tackles

LB Leo Wellingham
7 tackles

CB Edison Sneed
2 tackles

S Willie Beaman
6 tackles

S Perry Williams
2 tackles

New York Statistics

QB Scott Marshall
25 of 33 for 267 yards 4 TDs

RB Rodney Mack
21 carries for 97 yards 1 TD
2 catches for 28 yards 1 TD

FB Clinton McGore
1 carry for 3 yards, 1 catch for 7 yards

WR Jamal Emerson
5 catches for 108 yards 1 TD

WR Cal Naughton Jr.
6 catches for 68 yards 1 TD

TE LeBron James
7 catches for 39 yards 1 TD

DE Garrett Vandergriten
5 tackles

DE Jay Moultrie
5 tackles, 1 sack

DT Eric Lewis
8 tackles

LB Aaron Brooks
8 tackles, 1 sack

CB Andrew Sydney
4 tackles

SS Chris Stanton
7 tackles

RoyHall#1
08-31-2007, 09:18 AM
Sorry I couldn't get on last night... sorry to see scotty go.

NY Mafia Roster

Offense:

QB- Scott Marshall
RB- Rodney Mack
FB- Clinton McGore
WR1- Jamal Emerson
WR2- Cal Naughton Jr.
TE- LeBron James

Defense: 4-3

DE- Garret Vandergriten
DE- Jay Moultrie
DT- Eric Lewis
MLB- Aaron Brooks
CB- Andrew Sydney
SS- Chris Stanton
FS- DeMarco Stallings

Special Teams

K- Greg Stantios-Fischer
KR/PR- Andrew Sydney

jackalope
08-31-2007, 11:00 AM
I didn't even notice the new threads until this morning. Great to get a win though.



Week 2 Starting Lineup


Offense

QB- Dylan DelliSanti, 95
HB- Benn Hart, 94
#1 WR- Brent Noose, 95
#2 WR- Jason Baller, 92
TE- Bryce Curtis, 93
LT- Stanley Davis, 92
RG- Bubba Joe Bufford, 84

Defense (4-3)

RE- Peter Parker, 88
DT- Jack McDaniels, 85
WOLB- Brad Paul, 87
MLB- Kobe Jordan, 96
#1 CB- TJ Thomas, 88
#2 CB- Mike Hoppe, 86
FS- TyQuell Jackson, 86
SS- Alex MacDonald, 93

Special Teams

KR- Jason Baller
PR- Jason Baller

Man_Of_Steel
08-31-2007, 11:42 AM
Hamilton Reapers
Week 2 Lineup

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OFFENSE

QB- Dmitri Titov 89
RB- Marcus Henderson 82
WR #1- Seth Harris 91
WR #2- Xavier Stone 79
WR #3- Antwaan Davis 90
TE- Elliot Walker 85
OT- Jesus Escobar 90

DEFENSE

DT- Tank Williams Jr. 83
SLB- Memphis Sizzle 95
MLB- DJ Krens 94
WLB- Scotty Slaughter 91
CB- Dustin Dockery 85
CB- Brian O'Driscoll 84
FS- Michael Modano 87
SS- Cal Ripken 88

SPECIAL TEAMS

KR- Brian O'Driscoll 84
PR- Brian O'Driscoll 84

Gameplan to be sent soon.

scottyboy
08-31-2007, 11:59 AM
my lineup will stay constant until further notice... my gameplan for now is the same as well, if any changes, i will alert you princey...

jackalope
08-31-2007, 12:15 PM
my lineup will stay constant until further notice... my gameplan for now is the same as well, if any changes, i will alert you princey...My lineup will also stay the same. However I will PM a new gameplan every week.

If a player is not listed in the stats column does that just mean they didn't record any stats? My OT, WOLB, FS, DLs, and CBs aren't there.

RoyHall#1
08-31-2007, 12:16 PM
My roster will be the same every week unless I tell you differently. Gameplan to be sent soon.

ripdw27
08-31-2007, 12:30 PM
im only a 89?????????????????

but i did have a good game, if i keep playin like this ill be back up there

RB Santino Marselle
17 carries for 101 yards 1 TD

and a great game by everyone else

lets keep this rollin, cant stop big red haha go flash

BuckNaked
08-31-2007, 01:57 PM
I've got the same starting lineup

Man_Of_Steel
08-31-2007, 02:48 PM
Just a reminder no one other than the Commish and GM's should be posting in this thread.

jackalope
08-31-2007, 05:17 PM
Should GMs post their player's salarys and remaining cap?

Man_Of_Steel
08-31-2007, 09:25 PM
The Reapers look forward to their first game in our home..."Stained Ground Stadium".

princefielder28
08-31-2007, 09:57 PM
Should GMs post their player's salarys and remaining cap?

PM me that material so I can throw it on one thread

KILLERSANTA
08-31-2007, 10:24 PM
Brent Noose and I the best 1-2 punch ever...........

Dr. Williams Lee number is 565-5653 for all the DB's out there, he treats burns.

jballa838
09-01-2007, 01:17 AM
Brent Noose and I the best 1-2 punch ever...........

Dr. Williams Lee number is 565-5653 for all the DB's out there, he treats burns.
besides blackie chan and jake banks.
untouchable

Man_Of_Steel
09-01-2007, 01:44 AM
Again the Commish and GM's should be the only ones posting here.

princefielder28
09-01-2007, 08:24 AM
Week 2 Games

Sacramento (0-1) vs North Bay (0-1)

Sacramento 20 North Bay 14


Toronto (0-1) vs Wyoming (1-0)

Wyoming came into Week 2 following a successful game one, while Toronto suffered a tough loss to Vegas. This week was alot of the same things for both squads. Wyoming came out and established the running attack with Benn Hart going 78 yards in 15 plays concluding with a Hart 3 yard TD run. Toronto searched for an answer by trying to utilize the ability of WE DeAndre Morrison, but their first series was three and out. Wyoming, throughout the game, used short passes to help move the ball down the field, and to finish off their final drive of the first half the Jackalopes went up top to Jason Baller for a 43 yard TD. Toronto was able to get on the baord as well with their final possession of the first half with a 37 yard field as time expired. toronto came out in the 2nd half pounding the football with Ron Mexico, and after 6:32 Mexico found the endzone for the Juggernauts first score of the game. Wyoming responded with another long drive of their own that lasted 14 plays and finished with a 6-yard TD pass to TE Bryce Curtis. The foruth quarter came around and so did both defenses. Toronto was able hold Wyoming to their only three and out of the entire game, but they were unable to put points on the board following the stop. Wyoming came through on their next possession with their second field goal of the game. CB Mike Hoppe was able to snatch a late interception from Juggernauts QB Martin Fletcher, and the Jackalopes ran the time out from there.





Wyoming 27 Toronto 10


Wyoming Statistics
QB Dylan DelliSanti
21 of 28 for 223 2 TDs

HB Benn Hart
27 carries for 185 yards 1 TD, 2 catches for 29 yards

WR Brent Noose
5 catches for 63 yards

WR Jason Baller
7 catches for 91 yards, 1 TD

TE Bryce Curtis
6 catches for 45 yards

LT Stanley Davis
O sacks allowed

RG Bubba Joe Bufford
2 sacks allowed

RE Peter Parker
8 tackles

DT Jack McDaniels
5 tackles, 1 sack

WOLB Brad Paul
12 tackles, 2 sacks

MLB Kobe Jordan
10 tackles, 1 sack

CB TJ Thomas
3 tackles

CB Mike Hoppe
4 tackles, 1 INT

FS TyQuell Jackson
6 tackles

SS Alex MacDonald
4 tackles

Toronto Statistics
QB Martin Fletcher
16 of 31 for 175 yards 1 INT

RB Ron Mexico
23 carries for 99 yards 1 TD

WR DeAndre Morrison
8 catches for 97 yards

DE Phil Romanowski
7 tackles

DE DeAngelo King
8 tackles, 1 sack

CB Mike Carter
5 tackles

FS Adam Bell
6 tackles


Las Vegas (1-0) vs Los Angeles (0-1)

In Week 1 Las Veags was victorious against the Juggernauts, but Los Angeles dropped a tight one to Memphis. Las Vegas came out in Week 2 and played very well again. Las Vegas able to score 2 out of their first three possession, one a World B. Free 18 yard TD run and the other a Joe Dyas 21 yard TD pass to Blackie Chan. LB Chad Reed set Vegas up on one of those drives by forcing a fumble, recovering it, and returning it to the LA 35. Vegas' defense was stout all game forcing 3 turnover and allowing a total of 203 yards to the Los Angeles offense. Vegas concluded the first half with a 48 yard field, and that gave them plenty of cushion heading out of the second half. Las Vegas continued to put points on the board in half number two. World B. Free punched in his second touchdown of the game, and Dyas was able to hook up with Jake Banks for an 11 yard score to put Los Angeles out for good. The game was never too competitive and las Vegas has started the season with two consecutive wins.






Las Vegas 31 Los Angeles 3


Las Vegas Statistics[/u]
QB Joe Dyas
19 of 24 for 210 2 TDs

RB World B. Free
21 carries for 137 yards 2 TDs

WR Blackie Chan
5 catches for 89 yards 1 TD

WR Jake Banks
6 catches for 73 yards 1 TD

TE Miles Davis Jr.
5 catches for 41 yards

DE Joey Ryan
7 tackles

DE Jack Bauer
9 tackles, 2 sacks

DT Troy Brouwer
6 tackles, 1 sack

LB Chad Reed
11 tackles, 1 FF, 1 FR

LB Mexico Eater
9 tackles

CB Galaga Jennings
4 tackles, 1 INT

S Tyrone Biggums
3 tackles, 1 INT



Orlando (1-0) vs Memphis (1-0)

The game was a battle of two teams who started the season off on the right note. Unortunately for Memhis they were unable to recapture any of the week one essence. Memphis came out the gates fumbling the ball after a big hit from Leo Wellingham, and DE Kenny Wangler was able to pick it up and return it for a TD. Orlando's newly remodeled defense was on the attack on day, and Memphis failed to cross the 50 in the first half, resulting in terrific field position for the Flash. Orlando was able to find the endzone three more times in the first half; a TD run from Santino Marselle and two touchdowns passes by Chris Cutler both going to stud WR Julio Stone. Orlando came out in the second half and added a field goal on to their lead after a drive that last 4:52. Memphis was finally able to reach Orlando territory, and it result in their only score of the game, a 6-yard TD run. Orlando responded with their fifth touchdown ten plays later when Chris Cutler was able to hook up with TJ Janisch. Memphis turned the ball over 2 more times through the air, and Orlando added to more field goals to their lead. The Flash's backups were also able to pound in another touchdown and give them the largest margin of victory in the team's history.





Orlando 51 Memphis 7


Orlando Statistics
QB Chris Cutler
20 of 27 for 245 yards 3 TDs

RB Santino Marselle
20 carries for 136 yards 1 TD

WR Julio Stone
8 catches for 121 2 TDs

WR TJ Janisch
6 catches for 83 yards 1 TD

OT Troy Palmer
O sacks allowed

DE Kenny Wangler
6 tackles, 1 FR, 1 TD

DE Larry Birdine
5 tackles

LB Mo Louis
12 tackles

LB Trey Lewis
10 tackles, 1 sack

LB Leo Wellingham
10 tackles, 1 sack, 1 FF

CB Edison Sneed
4 tackles, 1 INT

S Willie Beaman
6 tackles

S Perry Williams
3 tackles, 1 INT



Hamilton (1-0) vs New York (0-1)

The most anticipated matchup of Week 2 paired the the Hamilton Reapers against the New York Mafia. The Reapers strolled in week 1 while the Mafia lost a tight one in the end to Orlando. Hamilton came out of the gates trying to establish the run and it worked quite well. Rookie RB Marcus Henederson tallied 34 yards on the first series that ended with Dmitri Titov connecting Antwaan Davis for a 9 yard score. The Mafia and QB Scott Marshall put together a solid first possession of their own that also was concluded a TD pass and Jamal Emerson was on the receivng end of the pass. Through the duration of the game both defenses did a nice job of neutralizing the other opponents top targets; Hamilton stopped LeBron James and New York did likewise with Seth Harris. Hamilton turned the ball over on their third possession when Marcus Henderson fumbled the ball after a big hit in the backfield from rookie DT Eric Lewis. New York capitalized on their defenses effort with a 16 yard TD run by Rodney Mack. Hamilton was able to close the lead a bit with a field goal before half time. New York began the half trying to get the ball to James, but one of Marshall's passes was intercepted by LB Memphis Sizzle and returned to the New York 31. Five plays later Titov hooked up with rookie TE Elliot Walker for an 8-yard score, giving Hamilton the lead. Hamilton and new York swapped defensive stops through the rest of the third quarter. Going into the fourth New York was staging a go ahead drive when FB Clinton McGore fumbled the ball after a 3 yard reception when LB DJ Krens was able to jar it loose and return it into New York territory. Hamilton was able to move the ball downfield in position for a field goal to give them a six point lead. New York now had the ball to try one last ditch effort to get them ahead. Scott Marshall led them down the field to Hamilton's 7 yard line. Marshall was stuck with a 4th and Goal with 3:37 to go in the game. Marshall went under center, got the snap, dropped back, looked to hit James in the endzone for a touchdown, but it he was picked for the second time in the game; this time by SS Cal Ripken. Hamilton took a touchback and put together a final drive that ran out the clock and gave them a victory.





Hamilton 20 New York 14


Hamilton Statistics
QB Dmitri Titov
15 of 27 for 171 yards 2 TDs

RB Marcus Henderson
24 carries for 112 yards

WR Seth Harris
3 catches for 49 yards

WR Xavier Stone
3 catches for 37 yards

WR Antwaan Davis
4 catches for 52 yards 1 TD

TE Elliot Walker
5 catches for 33 yards 1 TD

OT Jesus Escobar
1 sack allowed

DT Tank Williams Jr.
5 tackles

SLB Memphis Sizzle
9 tackles, 1 INT

MLB DJ Krens
13 tackles, 1 FF, 1 FR

WLB Scotty Slaughter
11 tackles, 1 sack

CB Dustin Dockery
5 tackles, 1 sack

CB Brian O'Driscoll
4 tackles

FS Michael Modano
6 tackles

SS Cal Ripken
3 tackles, 1 INT


New York Statistics
QB Scott Marshall
17 of 26 for 183 yards 1 TD, 2 INTs

RB Rodney Mack
22 carries for 119 yards 1 TD

FB Clinton McGore
1 carry for 4 yards, 1 catch for 3 yards

WR Jamal Emerson
5 catches for 69 yards 1 TD

WR Cal Naughton Jr.
4 catches for 49 yards

TE LeBron James
6 catches for 61 yards

DE Garret Vandergriten
5 tackles

DE Jay Moultrie
5 tackles, 1 sack

DT Eric Lewis
6 tackles, 1 sack, 1 FF, 1 FR

MLB Aaron Brooks
10 tackles

CB Andrew Sydney
5 tackles

SS Chris Stanton
4 tackles

FS DeMarco Stallings
6 tackles

jackalope
09-01-2007, 09:59 AM
Is the playoff format the same, and 6 out of 10 teams make it again?

EDIT: OSU, could you say whether King and Romanowski will play OLB or DE please?

OSUGiants17
09-01-2007, 10:08 AM
Toronto's Roster
QB- Martin Fletcher
RB- Ron Mexico
WR- DeAndre Morrison
OLB- Phil Romanowski
OLB- DeAngelo King
CB- Mike Carter
FS- Adam Bell

KR/PR- DeAndre Morrison

Sniper
09-01-2007, 11:14 AM
MONEY! Wyoming is rollin'

TimD
09-01-2007, 11:15 AM
has KR/PR stats being counted... idk if i just missed it but i dont think ive seen anything for returners this season...

Hines
09-01-2007, 01:07 PM
whats memphis stats

Man_Of_Steel
09-01-2007, 01:08 PM
Non user teams dont get stats.

Hines
09-01-2007, 01:08 PM
Non user teams dont get stats.

arent we memphis

Man_Of_Steel
09-01-2007, 01:09 PM
Hamilton Reapers, just like it says in your sig lol.

BigDawg819
09-01-2007, 01:13 PM
Jack Bauer - 2 games - 4 sacks - 13 tackles

Defensive Player of the Year!

princefielder28
09-01-2007, 01:47 PM
Plaese only GMs post in here!

Sniper
09-01-2007, 02:12 PM
Jack Bauer - 2 games - 4 sacks - 13 tackles

Defensive Player of the Year!

And ruler of the universe EDIT sorry for not being a gm and posting

Addict
09-03-2007, 04:18 PM
so unfair. Sydney deserves more INT's.

princefielder28
09-03-2007, 04:59 PM
[Week 3 Games


Toronto (0-2) vs North Bay (0-2)


This game was a battle of two teams in big time need of a win. Toronto with a lack of depth but talented was facing a North Bay squad that couldn't have a prayer answered if they were Mother Teresa. Toronto began the game strong defensively with 3 sacks from their stud rookie DeAngelo King in the first two possessions. While the defense was solid the offense continued to have problems. Ron Mexico struggled to consistently run the ball with power, and that forced the Juggernauts to go to the air, which resulted in one turnover by Martin Fletcher. As bad as Toronto's offense was the North Bay offense was even more embarassing. Mike Carter intercepted a pass for a touchdown and gave Toronto their only points of the half. For the starter of half number two Toronto's offense stretched the field, and Fletcher was able to hook up with DeAndre Morrison for a 23 yard score. North Bay responded with a field goal, but that would be the only points that they would be able to mustard out of the Juggernauts defense. Toronto added two field goals in the fourth and strolled to their first victory of the season.








Toronto 20 North Bay 3



Toronto Statistics
QB Martin Fletcher
13 of 22 for 147 yards 1 TD, 1 INT

RB- Ron Mexico
24 for 91 yards

WR- DeAndre Morrison
7 catches for 82 yards 1 TD

DE Phil Romanowski
6 tackles, 1 sacks

OLB DeAngelo King
14 tackles, 3 sacks

CB Mike Carter
5 tackles, 1 INT, 1 TD

FS Adam Bell
4 tackles




New York (0-2) vs Sacramento (1-1)

The New York Mafia came into Week 3 winless, but Sacramento came in after captruing their first win of the season. Fortunately for New York they were facing lesser competition. New York came out with a mix of passing and running attacks, and they managed t find the endzone for their first of five scores of the game. The new York defense was also very active to the ball and caused two Sacramento turnovers in the first half alone. New York's offense responded to both with two touchdowns from Rodney Mack, 11 and 13 yards respectively. New York strolled into half time with a three score lead. The second half started poorly for Sacramento when they turned it over courtesy of an interception by DeMarco Stallings. New York translated that into 6 points after a Marshall to James connection. The Sacramento offense staged their only notable drive of the game when they marched down the field and were able to get it in the endzone for the first and only score. New York added another score late when Marshall again hooked up with James and finishing Sacramento for good.










New York 35 Sacramento 7


New York Statistics
QB Scott Marshall
19 of 27 for 201 2 TDs

RB Rodney Mack
25 carries for 142 2 TDs

FB Clinton McGore
2 carries for 9 yards

WR Jamal Emerson
3 catches for 39 yards

WR Cal Naughton Jr.
4 catches for 50 yards

TE LeBron James
8 catches for 83 yards 2 TDs

DE Garret Vandergriten
4 tackles

DE Jay Moultrie
5 tackles, 1 FF

DT Eric Lewis
6 tackles, 1 FF, 1 FR

MLB Aaron Brooks
12 tackles, 1 FR

CB Andrew Sydney
4 tackles

SS Chris Stanton
5 tackles

FS DeMarco Stallings
5 tackles, 1 INT


Las Vegas (2-0) vs Orlando (2-0)
The game of the week featured two of the league's unbeatens. Orlando has lived up to expectations and Las Vegas has come into the league with a bang. Las Vegas started the game off with a lengthy drive, but they only able to come away with a field goal to give them an early lead. Orlando came down field and looked prime to score but Santino Marselle fumbled the ball after a hit from Chad Reed; Tyrone Biggums recovered it and returned it to his own 36. Las Vegas responded with a score from World B. Free. Las Vegas had a two possession lead early, but Orlando wsn't going away. Orlando marched down the field with their two monsters on offense, Chris Cutler and Julio Stone, and they connected for a 19 yard score. Las Vegas was not able to follow that with a scoring drive becuase rookie Edison Sneed intercepted a pass from Joe Dyas and returned it to the Vegas 41. Six plays later Orlando put the ball in the endzone when Chris Cutler hooked up with TJ Janisch. Las Vegas was able to grab a score before halftime connecting on a 43 yard field goal. Orlando came out in the second half and put together another scoring drive when Santino Marselle broke off a 33 yard TD run giving the Flash an eight point lead. Las Vegas had an answer though going 14 plays in 6:12, and it concluded when Dyas hooked up with Blackie Chan for a score. Las Vegas was able to convert the two point conversion. The fourth quarter began with a tied score, and Orlando marching down the field. The Flash grabbed the lead on field goal from 27 yards out. Las Vegas made a big time answer when World B. Free scored from 3 yards out and gave Vegas a lead for the first time in the half. In a last ditch effort to score Orlando brought the ball down field and were left with a 4th & 11 on the Vegas 32 with 2:21 remaning the game. Cutler took the snap, dropped back, and threw the ball in the direction of Julio Stone across the middle, but the pass was broken up by CB Galaga Jennings. Vegas got the ball back and managed to run the clock out and stay undefeated.








Las Veags 28 Orlando 24


Las Vegas Statistics
QB Joe Dyas
21 of 30 for 224 1 TD, 1 INT

RB World B. Free
22 carries for 134 2 TDs

WR Blackie Chan
7 catches for 109 1 TD

WR Jake Banks
5 catches for 57 yards

TE Miles Davis Jr.
4 catches for 27 yards

DE Joey Ryan
5 tackles

DE Jack Bauer
6 tackles

DT Troy Brouwer
5 tackles, 1 sack

LB Chad Reed
11 tackles, 1 FF

LB Mexico Eater
9 tackles

CB Galaga Jennings
3 tackles

S Tyrone Biggums
5 tackles, 1 FR


Orlando Statistics
QB Chris Cutler
18 of 30 for 202 2 TDs

RB Santino Marselle
24 carries for 141 yards 1 TD

WR Julio Stone
6 catches for 89 yards 1 TD

WR TJ Janisch
6 catches for 65 yards 1 TD

OT Troy Palmer
0 sacks allowed

DE Kenny Wangler
5 tackles

DE Larry Birdine
4 tackles, 1 sack

LB Mo Louis
12 tackles

LB Trey Lewis
10 tackles, 1 sack

LB Leo Wellingham
9 tackles

CB Edison Sneed
4 tackles, 1 INT

S Willie Beaman
5 tackles

S Perry Williams
3 tackles



Wyoming (2-0) vs Los Angeles (0-2)





The Jackalopes came into the game undefeated since their title run of last season while Los Angeles was searching for their first win. For both teams their trends would contunue. Wyomng came out and established the run leading to a Benn Hart score. The Jackalopes defense was equally as impressive putting together a three and out possession that included a sack from Kobe Jordan. The Wyoming offense failed to put the ball in the endzone for the next two series, but the defense made up for it when Mike Hoppe intercepted a pass and returned it 51 yards for a TD. The Jackalopes were able to mount a drive that netted them a field goal before half and a solid lead. Los Angeles came out in the second half and returned the kickoff to get them on the board, but the Jackalopes quickly answered when Dylan DelliSanti hooked up with Brent Noose for a 59 yard TD. The offense would punch the ball in the endzone twice more before everything was all said and done. Los Angeles tacked on a field goal late, but by then it was too late to take down the mighty Jackalopes, who improved to 3-0.






Wyoming 38 Los Angeles 10


Wyoming Statistics
QB Dylan DelliSanti
19 of 24 for 198 2 TDs

HB Benn Hart
21 carries for 118 yards 2 TDs

WR Brent Noose
8 catches for 71 yards 1 TD

WR Jason Baller
5 catches for 67 yards, 1 TD

TE Bryce Curtis
3 catches for 34 yards

LT Stanley Davis
0 sacks allowed

RG Bubba Joe Bufford
0 sacks allowed

RE Peter Parker
6 tackles

DT Jack McDaniels
5 tackles

WOLB Brad Paul
12 tackles

MLB Kobe Jordan
11 tackles, 1 sack, 1 FF, 1 FR

CB TJ Thomas
4 tackles

CB Mike Hoppe
3 tackles, 1 INT, I TD

FS TyQuell Jackson
4 tackles

SS Alex MacDonald
4 tackles




Hamilton (2-0) vs Memphis (1-1)

Hamilton came into the game looking to remain as one of the league's few unbeatens, and Memphis was looking to rebound from a slaughtering by the hands of the Orlando Flash. Memphis came out and was able to move the ball down the field and put up an early field goal. Hamilton came out and threw early and often. Dmitri hooked up on all five of his passes on drve one ending with a score to Seth Harris. Memphis responded with another field goal, and again Hamilton went to the air. This time Titov was able to hook up with Xavier Stone for a 15 yard TD giving the Reapers an eight point edge. Hamilton was able to add a field gal before halftime as well and give themselves a two possession lead. The Reapers tried to establish a bit of a running game to start half two, but to no luck so they sent it back up to the air, and on their second possession Titov hooked up with Harris for his second score of the game. Memphis' offense was unable to put anymore but their defense was able to return a pick for a TD, converted the two-point conversion. Hamilton's defense was stellar after that, and they were able to tact on an additional touchdown in the fourth to give them an impressive win and stay undefeated.








Hamilton 31 Memphis 14

Hamilton Statistics
QB Dmitri Titov
26 of 41 for 291 3 TDs, 1 INT

RB Marcus Henderson
17 carries for 62 yards 1 TD

WR Seth Harris
9 catches for 111 2 TDs

WR Xavier Stone
5 catches for 53 1 TD

WR Antwaan Davis
6 catches for 78 yards

TE Elliot Walker
5 catches for 41 yards

OT Jesus Escobar
0 sacks allowed

DT Tank Williams Jr.
6 tackles

SLB Memphis Sizzle
11 tackles, 2 sacks

MLB DJ Krens
8 tackles

WLB Scotty Slaughter
10 tackles, 2 sacks

CB Dustin Dockery
4 tackles, 1 INT

CB Brian O'Driscoll
3 tackles

FS Michael Modano
6 tackles

SS Cal Ripken
3 tackles

thetedginnshow
09-04-2007, 02:29 AM
Interception WHOO.

princefielder28
09-06-2007, 04:05 PM
Orlando/Toronto Trade


Orlando Sends: RB Santonio Marselle, DE Kenny Wangler, 3rd round pick
Toronto sends: RB Ron Mexico, 2nd round pick

princefielder28
09-07-2007, 09:32 AM
Week 4 Games


Orlando (2-1) vs Sacramento (1-2)

Orlando comes into Week 4 following a loss against Las Vegas, and they were quite active in the trade market, acquiring MVP Ron Mexico. Orlando began the game a little sluggish due to Mexico's unfamiliarity with the Orlando offense but he improved with time. On Orlando's third possession they found the endzone for the first time when Chris Cutler hooked up with Julio Stone; giving Orlando a 10-0 lead. The Flash defense came out swarming and looking like a new unit following the embarassment against Vegas. Orlando was able to add one more touchdown before halftime when Ron Mexico found the endzone for the first time as a member of the Flash. 17-3 was the halftime score. The Flash came out in the second half with sharpness on offense and Chris Cutler was the head of that drive which concluded with Julio Stone again on a 17 yard catch. Sacramento was never able to amount much on offense and the Flash defense forced three turnovers resulting in 17 points. The Flash added two more scoring drives, one of which was another TD by Mexico. The Flash move to 3-1 on the year with the win.





Orlando 34 Sacramento 6


Orlando Statistics
QB Chris Cutler
22 of 28 for 241 2 TDs, 1 INT

RB Ron Mexico
25 carries for 118 2 TDs

WR Julio Stone
7 catches for 119 yards 2 TD

WR TJ Janisch
6 catches for 67 yards

OT Troy Palmer
0 sacks

DE Larry Birdine
7 tackles

LB Mo Louis
11 tackles, 1 FF, 1 FR

LB Trey Lewis
13 tackles

LB Leo Wellingham
8 tackles, 1 FF, 1 FR

CB Edison Sneed
5 tackles

S Willie Beaman
4 tackles, 1 INT

S Perry Williams
3 tackles




Toronto (1-2) vs Los Angeles (0-3)

Heading into the Week 4 game Toronto was high off their first victory of the season, but that didn't stop them from wheeling and dealing. They pulled off two trades both of which involved disgrunted DE Kenny Wangler. Los Angeles came into Week 4 losers of their first three. Los Angeles began the game with the scoring dirve that took them 7 plays in 3:41 and resulted in a TD run. Toronto was unable to answer Los Angeles, but their defense picked the offense up when Mike Carter intercepted a ball and returned it to the LA 34 and set the Juggernauts up very nicely. 5 plays later newly acquired RB Santino Marselle ponded the rock into the endzone from 7 yards out. Los Angeles turned it over for the second time inb the second quarter when rookie DeAngelo King knocked the ball out of the back's hands, picked it up, and returned it 48 yards for a score and giving Toronto the lead. Before halftime Toronto was able to add a field to keep the lead at a managable distance. Toronto began the second half in the air with Martin Fletcher hooking up with DeAndre Morrison three times; one a 16 yard score giving Toronto a two possession lead. Los Angeles' offense never found an answer after that failing to find the endzone in the second half, but they managed to get the ball through the uprights three ties before Toronto would score their last points of the game on a second Marselle TD. That gave Toronto a lead they would never lose and they moved to 2-2 on the season and with a little more optimistic view on the season for now.











Toronto 28 Los Angeles 19


Toronto Statistics
QB Martin Fletcher
16 of 24 for 165 1 TD, INT

RB Santino Marrselle
26 carries for 129 yards 2 TDs

WR DeAndre Morrison
7 catches for 94 yards 1 TD

OG BubbaJoe Bufford
1 sack allowed

DE Phil Romanowski
6 tackles, 1 sack

OLB DeAngelo King
11 tackles, 1 FF, 1 FR, 1 sack, 1 TD

CB Mike Carter
5 tackles, 1 INT

FS Adam Bell
5 tackles



Las Vegas (3-0) vs North Bay (0-3)

This was a battle of one team, an unbeaten Las Veags, against a team that can seem to beat anyone, North Bay. For both teams those titles would remain. North Bay from the start was never able to put together consistent drives thus leading to punts and numerous opportunities for the Vegas offense. On the first drive QB Joe Dyas found WR Jake Blanks for a 28 yard score, and on the following drive found WR Blackie Chan from 15 yards out to give Vegas a sizeable, early lead. North Bay did respond with points, but it was only courtesy of a 48 yard field that split the uprights. Las Vegas had an answer though when RB World B. Free busted 63 yards for a score. At this point Vegas had a lead that North Bay was never going to put much of a dent into. Vegas rounded out the first half with a field goal, giving them a three touchdown lead heading into halftime. Vegas came out in the second half and yet again more scoring when World B. Free found the enzone for the second time. Suprisingly North Bay came back with their only answer of the game when they marched 76 yards down the field in 11 plays and scored a TD run. Unfortunately for North Bay though that would be the only positive coming out of the half. Las Veags tacted on two more TDs scores, one from World B. Free and the other Dyas hooking up with Chan for the second time. Las Vegas rolled to their fourth victory of the season and are aimiing at Wyoming's crown.









Las Vegas 45 North Bay 10

Las Vegas Statistics
QB Joe Dyas
26 of 32 for 293 3 TDs

RB World B. Free
25 carries 181 yards 3 TDs

WR Blackie Chan
8 catches for 114 2 TDs

WR Jake Banks
6 catches for 71 yards 1 TD

TE Miles Davis Jr.
4 catches for 60 yards

DE Joey Ryan
4 tackles

DE Jack Bauer
5 tackles, 1 sack

DT Troy Brouwer
6 tackles, 1 sack

LB Chad Reed
12 tackles, 1 sack, 1 FF, 1 FR

LB Mexico Eater
9 tackles

CB Galaga Jennings
5 tackles, 1 INT

S Tyrone Biggums
6 tackles



New York (1-2) vs Memphis (1-2)

This mtachup paied two squads that were searching to get back to .500 on the season and possibly give them optimism for the rest of the season. New York would end up being the team leaving with that optimism. They began the game in the air with Scott Marshall; Marshall passed it 7 times, connected 4 times with LeBron James, one of which was a 9 yard TD. Memphis was able to answer with a field goal, but the Mafia quickly responded with Marshall and James again, hooking up for their second touchdown of the game. The Mafia's offense went into a bit of a skid offensively, but were able to maintain the lead thanks to the tough Mafia defense who surrended a touchdown, but that would be the extent of the scoring for Memphis in the half. Mafia came out in the second half up a touchdown and willing to run the football with Rodney Mack; Mack touched the ball 8 times that drive netting 53 yards and one score. Memphis added a field goal after that drive, but New York put it out of reach when Scott Marshall hooked up with LeBron James for the third time in the game. New York moved to 2-2 with the win and are back in the race.









New York 34 Memphis 20


New York Statistics
QB Scott Marshall
31 of 38 for 311 yards 3 TDs

RB Rodney Mack
22 carries for 108 yards 1 TD

FB Clinton McGore
3 carries for 17 yards

WR Jamal Emerson
6 catches for 71 yards

WR Cal Naughton Jr.
8 catches for 73 yards

TE LeBron James
11 catches for 131 yards 3 TDs

DE Garret Vandergriten
4 tackles, 1 sack

DE Jay Moultrie
6 tackles

DT Eric Lewis
7 tackles

MLB Aaron Brooks
13 tackles, 1 sack

CB Andrew Sydney
5 tackles, 1 INT

SS Chris Stanton
6 tackles

FS DeMarco Stallings
5 tackles, 1 sack



Wyoming (3-0) vs Hamilton (3-0)

Two of the league's final three unbeatens did battle in Week 4 to knock that number down to two. Wyoming comes into Season 2 as the champions and they continue to show that form thus far. Hamilton has been able to move the ball well on offense and have a swarming defense that has gotten them victories. To begin the game Hamilton looked to throw the football and with little intial success as rookie QB Dmitri Titov threw one of three interceptions on the first drive. Wyoming responded when Dylan DelliSanti was able to hook up with Jason Baller for six points. The second drive eneded much like the first for Hamilton when Titov was intercepted for the second time after he had moved the ball down into Wyoming territory. Again, Wyoming responded but only with a field to give them a double digit lead. Hamilton changed their gameplan a bit by running with Marcus Henderson and it paid off when Titov went play-action and was able to hook up deep with Seth Harris for a TD and cut into the Wyoming lead. Wyoming turned the ball over once in the second quarter when Benn Hart fumbled the ball after a big hit from Scotty Slaughter. Hamilton responded with yet another score, but this time from Henderson. Wyoming marched down field before halftime and converted a field goal to cut the Hamilton lead down to one. Wyoming entered the second half running the ball with Benn Hart and they managed to put three more points on the board and get the lead. The following possession for Hamilton resulted in Titov's third and final interception. Wyoming was able to capitalize from it when DelliSanti hooked up with Brent Noose from 11 yards out. Hamilton followed it up with a TD scoring drive of their own when Titov completed a 25 yard score to Antwaan Davis; it was a two point deficit for Hamilton. Wyoming, in the fourth quarter, made a crucial mistake when they turned the ball over for the second time courtesy of Scotty Slaughter again, but this time it was an interception that he returned to the Wyoming 18. 5 plays later Hamilton went ahead with Marcus Henderson's second score of the game. Wyoming failed to have an answer and therefore dropped their first game since becoming the first ever National Fantasy League Champs. Hamilton remains unbeaten and a force to be reckon with.










Hamilton 28 Wyoming 23

Wyoming Statistics
QB Dylan DelliSanti
22 of 33 for 210 2 TDs, 1 INT

HB Benn Hart
26 carries for 144 yards

WR Brent Noose
7 catches for 87 yards, 1 TD

WR Jason Baller
5 catches for 76 yards 1 TD

TE Bryce Curtis
5 catches for 43 yards

LT Stanley Davis
1 sack allowed

DE Peter Parker
6 tackles

DT Jack McDaniels
5 tackles

WOLB Brad Paul
11 tackles, 1 sack

MLB Kobe Jordan
10 tackles, 1 sack

CB TJ Thomas
5 tackles, 1 INT

CB Mike Hoppe
4 tackles, 1 INT

FS TyQuell Jackson
6 tackles, 1 INT

SS Alex MacDonald
4 tackles

Hamilton Statistics

QB Dmitri Titov
26 of 48 for 252 2 TDs, 3 INTs

RB Marcus Henderson
23 carries for 111 yards 2 TDs

WR Seth Harris
8 catches for 93 yards 1 TDs

WR Xavier Stone
7 catches for 72 yards

WR Antwaan Davis
6 catches for 84 yards 1 TD

TE Elliot Walker
2 catches for 22 yards

OT Jesus Escobar
1 sack allowed

DT Tank Williams Jr.
6 tackles

SLB Memphis Sizzle
9 tackles

MLB DJ Krens
12 tackles, 1 sack

WLB Scotty Slaughter
12 tackles, 1 FF, 1 FR, 1 INT, 1 sack

CB Dustin Dockery
5 tackles

CB Brian O'Driscoll
6 tackles

FS Michael Modano
4 tackles

SS Cal Ripken
6 tackles

OSUGiants17
09-07-2007, 03:02 PM
Princey did u get my pm

BuckNaked
09-07-2007, 04:19 PM
Princey did u get my pm

Answer mine cuntnugget

OSUGiants17
09-07-2007, 04:33 PM
Answer mine cuntnugget
I don't have 1 from u send it to me again. Also, if it's about a trade then send a roster w/ it

princefielder28
09-07-2007, 05:00 PM
Toronto/Wyoming Trade

Toronto Gets

OG Joe Bufford

Wyoming Gets

DE Kenny Wangler

jackalope
09-07-2007, 05:08 PM
Starting Lineup


Offense

QB- Dylan DelliSanti, 95
HB- Benn Hart, 94
#1 WR- Brent Noose, 95
#2 WR- Jason Baller, 92
TE- Bryce Curtis, 93
LT- Stanley Davis, 92

Defense (4-3)

RE- Peter Parker, 88
LE- Kenny Wangler, 90
DT- Jack McDaniels, 85
WOLB- Brad Paul, 87
MLB- Kobe Jordan, 96
#1 CB- TJ Thomas, 88
#2 CB- Mike Hoppe, 86
FS- TyQuell Jackson, 86
SS- Alex MacDonald, 93

Special Teams

KR- Jason Baller
PR- Jason Baller

Man_Of_Steel
09-07-2007, 05:19 PM
Hamilton Reapers
Week 4 Lineup

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OFFENSE

QB- Dmitri Titov 89
RB- Marcus Henderson 82
WR #1- Seth Harris 91
WR #2- Xavier Stone 79
WR #3- Antwaan Davis 90
TE- Elliot Walker 85
OT- Jesus Escobar 90

DEFENSE

DT- Tank Williams Jr. 83
SLB- Memphis Sizzle 95
MLB- DJ Krens 94
WLB- Scotty Slaughter 91
CB- Dustin Dockery 85
CB- Brian O'Driscoll 84
FS- Michael Modano 87
SS- Cal Ripken 88

SPECIAL TEAMS

KR- Brian O'Driscoll
PR- Brian O'Driscoll

scottyboy
09-07-2007, 05:27 PM
new Orlando Flash roster and contract situation for this season

QB: Christ Cutler: 4.50 million
RB: Ron Mexico: 2.00 million
WR: Julio Stone: 7.00 million
WR: TJ Janisch: 3.00 million
OT: Troy Palmer: 3.10 million
DE: Larry Birdine: 1.25 million
MLB: Trey Lewis: 2.25 million
OLB: Leo Wellingham: 4.00 million
CB: Edison Sneed: 2.00 million
FS: Willie Beaman: 2.00 million
SS: Perry Williams: 1.00 million

Total Salary:$32.10

KR/PR: TJ Janisch

OSUGiants17
09-07-2007, 05:32 PM
Juggernauts Final Roster
QB- Martin Fletcher
RB- Santino Marrsellie
WR- DeAndre Morrison
OG- BubbaJoe Bufford
DE(on 1st and 2nd down)/OLB(on 3rd and 4th down)- Phil Romanowski
OLB- DeAngelo King
CB- Mike Carter
FS- Adam Bell

RoyHall#1
09-07-2007, 05:35 PM
Mafia's roster on the 1st page.

scottyboy
09-07-2007, 07:56 PM
Breaking news: Ron Mexico has signed a new 2 year deal.
year 1: 2.00 mil
year 2: 2.5 mil

trkaline
09-08-2007, 11:28 PM
My Bad Wrong Place.......

jackalope
09-09-2007, 09:47 AM
Thomas Signs Extension

2nd year Wyoming corner back T.J. Thomas will remain in Wyoming after the year. Thomas's contract was up at the end of the year, but after signing a 3 year extension, The Jackalopes will keep one of their star defenders around. Thomas will keep his salary of $2 million per year.

OSUGiants17
09-09-2007, 09:48 AM
Great game Toronto, what r the next week 4 games?

jackalope
09-10-2007, 04:09 PM
Disappointing loss. Wyoming's 12 game win streak ends.

jackalope
09-10-2007, 04:14 PM
EDIT: Sorry, got my threads confused again.

neko4
09-10-2007, 05:42 PM
we(WY) dont have bubba anymore

wiscbadgerfootball
09-10-2007, 07:57 PM
it's great to have Ron Mexico on the team

Mockalicious
09-10-2007, 10:18 PM
It's been a while since I've posted one of these.

page 1
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page 2
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page 3
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Hines
09-10-2007, 10:23 PM
whens the other games posted

Man_Of_Steel
09-12-2007, 03:52 PM
Hamilton Reapers
Week 5 Lineup

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OFFENSE

QB- Dmitri Titov 89
RB- Marcus Henderson 82
WR #1- Seth Harris 91
WR #2- Xavier Stone 79
WR #3- Antwaan Davis 90
TE- Elliot Walker 85
OT- Jesus Escobar 90

DEFENSE

DT- Tank Williams Jr. 83
SLB- Memphis Sizzle 95
MLB- Mo Lewis 95
MLB- DJ Krens 94
WLB- Scotty Slaughter 91
CB- Dustin Dockery 85
CB- Brian O'Driscoll 84
FS- Michael Modano 87
SS- Cal Ripken 88

3-4 Formation

SPECIAL TEAMS

KR- Brian O'Driscoll
PR- Brian O'Driscoll

princefielder28
09-12-2007, 03:52 PM
TRADE

Hamilton Reapers Get
LB Mo Lewis

Orlando Flash Get
3rd Rounder

TimD
09-12-2007, 06:13 PM
SLB- Memphis Sizzle 95
MLB- Mo Lewis 95
MLB- DJ Krens 94
WLB- Scotty Slaughter 91


oh... dear... god... i'm afraid for the other team's offense.... that lb unit is just fearsome

princefielder28
09-12-2007, 07:46 PM
Week 5 Games

Toronto (2-2) vs New York (2-2)

A battle of two teams that sit at .500; one goes away with moment as they set themselves up for a potential playoff run while the other has some ground to make up. Toronto came into the game winners of two in a row, but their luck seemed to run out a bit when the Mafia stepped on to the field. The Mafia came out throwing the football and with success. Scott Marshall kept the ball away from Mike Carter and that meant many opportunities for Cal Naughton Jr. Naughton Jr. scored on the first possession and gave the Mafia the lead. Toronto's offense never managed to devevlop much of an attack in the first half, only managing to cross into New York territory once during the half. New York offense was hitting on all cylinders and Rodney Mack was a catalyst to that as well; he scored from 24 yards out in the second quarter and gave the Mafia a three score lead heading into halftime. The Juggernaut offense did come out in the second half and with 14 plays in 6:11 they were able to find the endzone with Santino Marselle. New York made sure they had a response and much like the start of the game they came out with Marshall throwing the football; Marshall hooked up with James from 12 yards out. Toronto managed to add another field goal, but it wouldn't be anywhere near enough to come back and challenge the Mafia. New York added a late touchdown when Clinton McGore ran one in. The Mafia got their third win of the year and Toronto's win streak ends.










New York 31 Toronto 10



New York Statistics

QB Scott Marshall
23 of 35 for 246 2 TDs, 1 INT

RB Rodney Mack
23 carries for 131 1 TD

FB Clinton McGore
3 carries for 13 yards 1 TD

WR Jamal Emerson
5 catches for 71 yards

WR Cal Naughton Jr.
8 catches for 92 yards 1 TD

TE LeBron James
7 catches for 63 yards 1 TD

DE Garret Vandergriten
4 tackles

DE Jay Moultrie
5 tackles

DT Eric Lewis
5 tackles, 1 sack

MLB Aaron Brooks
12 tackles, 2 sacks, 1 FF, 1 FR

CB Andrew Sydney
5 tackles

SS Chris Stanton
4 tackles, 1 INT

FS DeMarco Stallings
4 tackles


Toronto Statistics
QB Martin Fletcher
18 of 31 for 149 yards 1 INT

RB Santino Marselle
26 carries for 113 1 TD

WR DeAndre Morrison
8 catches for 85 yards

OG BubbaJoe Bufford
0 sacks allowed

DE Phil Romanowski
6 tackles

OLB DeAngelo King
11 tackles, 2 sacks

CB Mike Carter
5 tackles, 1 INT

FS Adam Bell
4 tackles



Orlando (3-1) vs Hamilton (4-0)

Orlando and Hamilton, two of the league's premiere squads, battled it out in Week 5 just days after completing a trade with one another that sent MLB Mo Louis to Hamilton for a draft pick. Louis made his presence felt on the Reapers' defense right away as well when he speared WR TJ Janisch as he dragged across the middle; Louis was penalized and Janisch would miss the remainder of the game. Orlando managed to get a field goal out of the drive and take an early lead. Hamilton was unable to respond due to a throwing mistake by rookie Dmitri Titov that resulted in an interception. Orlando had good field psotion but was only able to score another field due to the resentless Reapers' defense. Half way through the second quarter Hamilton mounted their first scoring drive that went 13 plays in 5:47 and ended with a 3 yard score from Marcus Hamilton. Hamilton went into half time with a slim one point lead; Orlando's offense was struggling. Hamitlon came out in the second half and moved the ball down the field much like before the half ended, but this time instead of six points they got three giving them a larger lead. Orlando responded with their only touchdown scoring drive of the game. Chris Cutler led the Flash down the field on 11 plays in 4:27 that concluded when hooked up with Julio Stone from 8 yards out. That was Hamilton's only blemish on their impressive defense resume for the game. The scoring was mute until Hamilton put the ball in the endzone for the second time in the game with 3:32 remaining and again it was courtesy of a run, but Atwaan Davis was the player with the ball in his hands this time. Orlando was unable to respond, and they dropped their second game of the season. Hamilton remains undefeated almost half way through the duration of the season.







Hamilton 17 Orlando 13



Orlando Statistics
QB Chris Cutler
15 of 27 for 161 1 TD, 1 INT

RB Ron Mexico
25 carries for 102 yards

WR Julio Stone
9 catches for 101 yards, 1 TD

WR TJ Janisch
1 catch for 11 yards

OT Troy Palmer
1 sack allowed

DE Larry Birdine
5 tackles

LB Leo Wellingham
11 tackles, 1 FF

LB Trey Lewis
10 tackles, 1 sack, 1 FR

CB Edison Sneed
6 tackles, 1 INT

S Perry Williams
3 tackles

S Willie Beaman
5 tackles

Hamilton Statistics
QB Dmitri Titov
14 of 29 for 133 1 INT

RB Marcus Henderson
27 carries for 114 2 TDs

WR Seth Harris
6 catches for 59 yards

WR Xavier Stone
4 catches for 43 yards

WR Antwaan Davis
2 catches for 19 yards, 2 rushes for 25 yards 1 TD

TE Elliot Walker
2 cathes for 11 yards

OT Jesus Escobar
1 sack allowed

DT Tank Williams Jr.
5 tackles

SLB Memphis Sizzle
10 tackles

MLB Mo Lewis
8 tackles, 1 sack

MLB DJ Krens
9 tackles, 1 INT

WLB Scotty Slaughter
11 tackles

CB Dustin Dockery
4 tackles

CB Brian O'Driscoll
3 tackles

FS Michael Modano
3 tackles

SS Cal Ripken
4 tackles


Las Vegas (4-0) vs Wyoming (3-1)

The defending champions took the field against one of the two remaining unbeatens hoping that their experience would be enough to overtake the newly formed but talented Las Vegas squad. Wyoming came out passing the football frewuently but it was short, quick passes, nothing that stretched the field. They were able to march down the field for six after DelliSanti hooked up wth Jason Baller from 4 yards out. Las Vegas responded with one of the league's best in WR Blackie Chan as he caught four passes for 61 yards and a score on the first possession alone. The offense came out on fire for both squads but the defenses would dictate the majority of the game. The two teams combined for three turnovers in the reaminder of the half, and the only scoring that resulted was a Las Vegas field goal following a DelliSanti interception. The offenses comtinued to struggle as they made their way into the second half; Wyoming was able to force a fumble and convert it into six points from Benn Hart. Las Vegas tried to respond quickly but Joe Dyas threw his second interception of the game, and Wyoming was able to manage three points out of the proceeding drive. las Vegas, in the middle of the fourth, made their game tying drive that lasted 4:55 with 12 plays, and it ended with a 6 yard TD rrun from World B. Free. Wyoming wasn't going to drop this one this week though; DelliSanti, with his one ring, led the Jackalopes down the field and set them up for the game winning field goal. To the pleasure of the Jackalopes they were able to knock it through the uprights and come away with a win.









Wyoming 20 Las Vegas 17


Wyoming Statistics
QB Dylan DelliSanti
24 of 36 for 193 1 TD, 1 INT

HB Benn Hart
27 carries for 129 yards 1 TD

WR Brent Noose
7 catches for 68 yards

WR Jason Baller
8 catches for 52 yards 1 TD

TE Bryce Curtis
3 catches for 22 yards

LT Stanley Davis
1 sack allowed

RE Peter Parker
4 tackles

LE Kenny Wangler
4 tackles, 1 sack

DT Jack McDaniels
6 tackles

WOLB Brad Paul
11 tackles, 1 FF, 1 FR

MLB Kobe Jordan
9 tackles, 1 sack

CB TJ Thomas
3 tackles, 1 INT

CB Mike Hoppe
4 tackles

FS TyQuell Jackson
5 tackles

SS Alex MacDonald
5 tackles, 1 INT


Las Vegas Statistics
QB Joe Dyas
16 of 33 for 179 1 TD, 2 INTs

RB World B. Free
23 carries for 131 yards 1 TD

WR Blackie Chan
9 catches for 118 yards 1 TD

WR Jake Banks
4 catches for 39 yards

TE Miles Davis Jr.
3 catches for 21 yards

DE Joey Ryan
5 tackles, 1 sack

DE Jack Bauer
4 tackles

DT Troy Brouwer
6 tackles, 1 FF

LB Chad Reed
8 tackles, 1 FR

LB Mexico Eater
9 tackles, 1 sack

CB Galaga Jennings
5 tackles, 1 INT

S Tyrone Biggums
6 tackles




Sacramento (1-3) vs Memphis (1-3)

Memphis 27 Sacramento 24


North Bay (0-4) vs Los Angeles (0-4)

North Bay 24 Los Angeles 17

scottyboy
09-12-2007, 07:48 PM
Prince, the week 5 roster for Orlando is the same only minus Lewis. I will PM you our well thought out strategy...score more points than the other team.

jackalope
09-13-2007, 09:22 PM
Does anyone know what Kenny Wangler's contract is?

Man_Of_Steel
09-13-2007, 09:29 PM
Does anyone know what Kenny Wangler's contract is?

8 Mill a year.

jackalope
09-13-2007, 09:30 PM
8 Mill a year.Seriously? That's gonna have to be restructured.

Man_Of_Steel
09-13-2007, 09:31 PM
Seriously? That's gonna have to be restructured.

Yea, I remember because last year he had the biggest contract at 3 years/ 24 million and I think he had a 1.5 mill signing bonus but thats done.

Man_Of_Steel
09-13-2007, 09:33 PM
I think all GMs should have to submit all their player contract to PF28 through PM and than he can post them.

jackalope
09-13-2007, 09:35 PM
I think all GMs should have to submit all their player contract to PF28 through PM and than he can post them.I sent him mine awhile ago, but he didn't post it. It has to be updated anyway.

jackalope
09-13-2007, 09:44 PM
The Orlando Flash and DE Kenny Wangler have agreed on a restructured deal. Wangler will make more bonuses in this present season, but in the next two years he'll make a combined 11.5 million instead of 16 million. He'll receive 5.5 million next year and 5.0 million the year after that.

-Robin BanksI found this in the old thread.

Man_Of_Steel
09-13-2007, 09:46 PM
I found this in the old thread.

Good find, I knew it was 8 mill a year, didnt know about the restructured deal.

Man_Of_Steel
09-14-2007, 04:03 PM
How come there are no stats for the Wyoming/LV game?

princefielder28
09-16-2007, 10:16 AM
LAST DAY FOR TRADES!!!!!!!!!!!!!

jackalope
09-17-2007, 09:28 PM
Baller Extended

Wyoming Jackalope WR Jason Baller has signed an extension that will keep him in Wyoming for another three years. Baller's contract expired at the end of the year, but with the new deal, Wyoming will prevent their star wide out from hitting the open market. After extending wide receivers Noose, and Baller, quarterback Dylan DelliSanti, and signing rookie tight end Bryce Curtis to a three year deal, Wyoming will keep the most deadly passing game in the league together through 2010.

2008: $3 million
2009: $3 million
2010: $3.5 million

princefielder28
09-18-2007, 11:30 AM
Suspension/Banned List
Jack Bauer- Banned
Tyrone Biggums- Indefinitely suspended

BigDawg819
09-18-2007, 11:37 AM
Suspension/Banned List
Jack Bauer- Banned
Tyrone Biggums- Indefinitely suspended

In other words any player on Las Vegas due to PF's bias.

Sniper
09-18-2007, 11:45 AM
Baller Extended

Wyoming Jackalope WR Jason Baller has signed an extension that will keep him in Wyoming for another three years. Baller's contract expired at the end of the year, but with the new deal, Wyoming will prevent their star wide out from hitting the open market. After extending wide receivers Noose, and Baller, quarterback Dylan DelliSanti, and signing rookie tight end Bryce Curtis to a three year deal, Wyoming will keep the most deadly passing game in the league together through 2010.

2008: $3 million
2009: $3 million
2010: $3.5 million




I like it. That O keeps pressure off our D. Baller is an excellent wideout and I'm pumped to have him as a teammate for 3 more years

princefielder28
09-20-2007, 11:11 AM
Standings


North Division
Wyoming 5-1
Las Vegas 5-1
Toronto 2-4
North Bay 2-4
Los Angeles 0-6

South Division
Hamilton 5-1
Orlando 4-2
New York 4-2
Memphis 2-4
Sacramento 1-5

princefielder28
09-20-2007, 11:13 AM
Week 6 Games

Tronto (2-3) vs Orlando (3-2)

Orlando, under new ownership, has struggled as of late, but when the Toronto Juggernauts stroll into town, teams have to have a little hope that they can win even if they're not playing their best. Orlando came out in a bit of a sluggish form; turning the ball over on a Chris Cutler interception. Toronto turned that into six points when former Flash player Santino Marselle marched in from 13 yards out. The Juggernauts had an early lead. The response by Orlando was small but it got them on the board with three points. Toronto was unable to find the endzone for the remainder of the half, but they managed to add two feld goal thanks to the contributions of Marselle and his ability to move the ball downfield. Orlando found the endzone for the first time towards the end of the first half when Cutler found Julio Stone for a 17 yard TD. Toronto came out in the second half, on the legs of Marselle, and found the scoreboard with three points once again. Orlando, with the following drive, got themselves the lead thanks to reigning MVP Ron Mexico when he broke off a 41 yard TD run. Orlando added a field goal at the end of the quarter and went to the fourth with a four point lead. Toronto tried to go to the air and Martin Fletcher was able to hook up with DeAndre Morrison three times on their pursuit to the endzone. The drive concluded with no one other than Santino Marselle when he plunged in from 3 yards out giving Toronto the lead once more. Toronto's defense couldn't hold the lead though, and that opened the door for Orlando's fourth win of the season. Chris Cutler found Julio Stone for the second time in the game from 8 yards out, and Orlando would never look back. Toronto dropped a close one, but thye played very competitively against a very good Orlando squad.













Orlando 27 Toronto 23


Orlando Statistics
QB Chris Cutler
23 of 37 for 241 2 TDs, 1 INT

RB Ron Mexico
26 carries for 121 yards 1 TD

WR Julio Stone
10 catches for 142 yards 2 TDs

WR TJ Janisch
7 catches for 52 yards

OT Troy Palmer
0 sacks

DE Larry Birdine
7 tackles, 1 sack

LB Leo Wellingham
11 tackles, 1 FF

LB Trey Lewis
13 tackles, 1 sack, 1 INT, 1 FR

CB Edison Sneed
5 tackles, 1 sack

S Perry Williams
4 tackles

S Willie Beaman
6 tackles


Toronto Statistics
QB Martin Fletcher
13 of 24 for 166 yards 1 INT

RB Santino Marselle
34 carries for 159 yards 2 TDs

WR DeAndre Morrison
8 catches for 112 yards

DE Phil Romanowski
6 tackles

OLB DeAngelo King
12 tackles, 1 sack

CB Mike Carter
5 tackles, 1 INT

FS Adam Bell
5 tackles, 1 sack




Las Vegas (4-1)vs Hamilton (5-0)

Following a week of distractions the Las Vegas Showtime attempted to regroup in time to go against the only reamining nubeaten in the National Fantasy League, the Hamilton Reapers. The Reapers came out and established the run with rookie Marcus Henderson; it didn't lead to points but they set the tempo early. Las Vegas' offense, at full force, was going up against a tough front seven of the Reapers and that meant that they had to go through the air to have success; Blackie Chan had to be the man. Chan brought down 3 of his 9 catches in the first drive which resulted in three points for the Showtime. Hamilton's offense struggled to move the ball again in their second drive; rookie QB Dmitri Titov threw an interception CB Calaga Jennings jumped a slant route by Seth Harris. The Showtime translated that mistake into three more points and a larger lead. Half way through the second quarter the Reapers put points on the scoreboard when Dmitri Titov found Xavier Stone from 11 yards out; giving Hamilton the lead. Joe Dyas moved the ball downfield slowly but surely for Las Vegas before the half and it led to another three points for Vegas. Las Vegas, in the third quarter, had problems moving the ball and the Reapers defense forced two turnovers in the quarter; one of which a fumble forced by Mo Louis and recovered by Memphis Sizzle and returned to the Las Vegas 29. Six plays later Hamilton found the endzone for the second time and this time courtesy of Marcus Henderson. Second turnover came when Joe Dyas dropped back and was intercepted by Dustin Dockery. Hamilton turned that into three points and an eight point lead. Joe Dyas forgot those mistakes and led the Showtime on a game tying drive in the middle of the fourth. The drive last 3:59 over 11 plays and ended with a World B. Free rushing touchdown. Las Vegas converted the two point conversion on a Dyas keeper. Hamilton needed to respond to avoid overtime and a possible loss. Rookie Dmitri Titov had to put the ball in the air with the lack of time remaining and it spelled doom for the Reapers; Titov looked to hook up with Seth Harris once more and again Calaga Jennings was there to disrupt and get his second interception of the game. With the power and legs of World B. Free the Showtrime moved the ball gradually downfield and set themselves up for a game winning field goal in the middle of the field goal. From 39 yards out they were able to convert and come away with the victory. Hamilton suffers their first loss and Las Vegas puts an exclamation mark on a dramatic week.















Las Vegas 20 Hamilton 17

Hamilton Statistics
QB Dmitri Titov
14 of 25 for 118 yards 1 TD, 2 INTs

RB Marcus Henderson
36 carries for 139 yards

WR Seth Harris
4 catches for 39 yards

WR Xavier Stone
6 catches for 58 yards 1 TD

WR Antwaan Davis
3 catches for 19 yards

TE Elliot Walker
1 catch for 2 yards

OT Jesus Escobar
1 sack allowed

DT Tank Williams Jr.
5 tackles

SLB Memphis Sizzle
9 tackles, 1 FR

MLB Mo Lewis
10 tackles, 1 sack, 1 FF

MLB DJ Krens
11 tackles

WLB Scotty Slaughter
8 tackles, 2 sack

CB Dustin Dockery
4 tackles, 1 INT

CB Brian O'Driscoll
3 tackles

FS Michael Modano
4 tackles, 1 sack

SS Cal Ripken
4 tackles

Las Vegas Statistics
QB Joe Dyas
19 of 32 for 184 yards 1 INT

RB World B. Free
27 carries for 131 yards 1 TD

WR Blackie Chan
9 catches for 88 yards

WR Jake Banks
7 catches for 62 yards

TE Miles Davis Jr.
3 catches for 34 yards

DE Joey Ryan
6 tackles

DT Troy Brouwer
5 tackles, 1 sack

LB Chad Reed
11 tackles, 1 sack

LB Mexico Eater
9 tackles

CB Galaga Jennings
5 tackles, 2 INT



Wyoming (4-1) vs Sacramento (1-4)

Wyoming, the defending champs, came into Week 6 looking to add to their impressive resume since the start of the National Fantasy League. The Sacramento Silver Surfers, a completely different story, looked to turn their less than spectacular season into something optimistic, but unfortunately for them it was a low tide once again. Wyoming started the scoring early with a 12 play drive that ended with a Benn Hart score. Sacramento never was able to find much of a response to any of the Jackalopes' scoring and they felt the hurt. Wyoming QB Dylan DelliSanti had one of his better games of the year hooking up with Brent Noose, Jason Baller, and Bryce Curtis for scores. In the second half Wyoming's offense wasn't the only one making noise; their defense came up with some noise when CB TJ Thomas intercepted a pass and returned for six; one of four turnovers forced by the Jackalopes. As if things couldn't get any lower for Sacramento they suffer a beatdown like this against one of the league's best and drop their fifth game of the season. Wyoming added their fifth win of the season in impressive fashion and look forward to carrying this momentum forward as the postseason nears.













Wyoming 42 Sacramento 6


Wyoming Statistics

QB Dylan DelliSanti
26 of 32 for 256 for 3 TDs

HB Benn Hart
22 carries for 119 yards 2 TDs

WR Brent Noose
8 catches for 101 yards 1 TD

WR Jason Baller
8 catches for 88 yards 1 TD

TE Bryce Curtis
5 catches for 38 yards 1 TD

LT Stanley Davis
0 sacks

RE Peter Parker
6 tackles, 1 sack

LE Kenny Wangler
4 tackles, 1 FF

DT Jack McDaniels
5 tackles, 1 sack

WOLB Brad Paul
12 tackles, 1 sack, 1 FR

MLB Kobe Jordan
10 tackles, 1 INT

CB TJ Thomas
4 tackles, 1 INT, 1 TD

CB Mike Hoppe
5 tackles

FS TyQuell Jackson
5 tackles, 1 sack

SS Alex MacDonald
4 tackles, 1 INT




North Bay (1-4) vs Memphis (2-3)


North Bay 24 Memphis 23


Los Angeles (0-5) vs New York (3-2)

New York came into this one off a big win against Toronto to get themselves above .500. Los Angeles, on the other hand, came in as the only winless team in the league. New York began the game and ended it with running back Rodney Mack. Mack came out in the first drive and established himself with 8 runs totaling 47 yards and a touchdown. Los Angeles was able to respond quickly with a score of their own, but it wasn't something that they were able to maintain. New York's offense continued to put up points in the half; three more scoring drives, one that concluded with Scott Marshall finding Jamal Emerson from 18 yards out. New York went into halftime with a 24-10 lead. Los Angeles came out in the second half but was unable to establish any consistentcy on offense and that led to a lack of pressure on the New York offense to score, and that meant opportunities for Rodney Mack. Mack found the endzone twice more in the second half, giving him three for the game. Los Angeles' offense scored late but New York, collectively, put a hurt on them that was uncatchable. New York moves to 4-2 on the year while Los Angeles searches for a win.








New York 41 Los Angeles 20



New York Statistics
QB Scott Marshall
16 of 21 for 171 yards 2 TD

RB Rodney Mack
33 carries for 202 yards 3 TDs

FB Clinton McGore
4 carries for 13 yards

WR Jamal Emerson
5 catches for 65 yards 1 TD

WR Cal Naughton Jr.
3 catches for 25 yards

TE LeBron James
7 catches for 64 yards 1 TD

DE Garret Vandergriten
5 tackles, 1 sack

DE Jay Moultrie
3 tackles, 1 sack

DT Eric Lewis
6 tackles, 1 FF

MLB Aaron Brooks
10 tackles, 1 FR

CB Andrew Sydney
4 tackles

SS Chris Stanton
5 tackles, 1 INT

FS DeMarco Stallings
4 tackles, 1 sack

TimD
09-20-2007, 11:16 AM
awesome can't wait...