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  1. Harlotte Continues to Thrive in S12 It has been an impressive season for Champagne Harlotte, who has continued to set himself apart as one of the top defensive backs in the league. The Wisconsin Brigade has had a productive season so far, thanks in part to strong players on both sides of the ball. Harlotte definitely counts himself among that top group, currently holding 3 Interceptions, 12 Pass Deflections, and a Forced Fumble, making him one of the top Corner Backs in the league. Discussing his performance so far this season, Harlotte was very willing to discuss his achievements so far. “When you know what you’re capable of, it feels good to see yourself finally living up to that expectation. I played exceptionally well in the NCAA, but admittedly, it took a few seasons to acclimate to the EFL. But now I’m one of the top Defensive Backs in the league and people are finally giving me the respect I deserve. But I just don’t want to be in the conversation. I want to be the clear front runner. And I’m not going to settle for anything less.” Clearly, Harlotte has big expectations for himself. He’s off to a good start this season after a strong performance in S11, but time will only tell if he becomes one of the true greats. 228 Words
  2. LA Rebounds from 0-2 to 3-2 It has been an emotional roller coaster for the LA Reign this season. After reaching the EFL Championship last season and ultimately coming up short, the team got off to a rocky start with losses to the Seattle Predators and the Memphis Mambas. However, it all turned around in weeks3-5 as the team put up big time wins over the New York Herd, San Antonio Wolfpack, and Wisconsin Brigade. During a media interview following the team’s big win over Wisconsin, Stephen Loth talked to reporters about the way the season start impacted locker room morale. “We play with our hearts out there. It’s impossible to invest yourself that much in something and not feel it when you hit a major obstacle. That 0-2 start was a heartbreaker. It reminded us of the previous seasons where we struggled. But it also reminded us of just how precious a great season can be. We didn’t want to go back to the way things were a few seasons before. We want to be known as a play-off team. And that figured us up and inspired our guys to play twice as hard. The results are showing and the hard work is paying off, but on one here is taking that for granted. This whole season is going to be a battle and we’re showing up to every game ready to play like it’s a championship. We came close last time and we barely missed the mark. The opportunity to get a second change is not one we intend to let slip away.” 271 Words
  3. The Dream Begins It’s been a miracle season for the Wisconsin Brigade, who have come out of the gate swinging with a 4-0 start. CB Champagne Harlotte has been a big factor in the team’s stalwart defense. “It’s a dream come true”, Champagne said, talking to reporters after the team’s week 4 victory. “We knew what the potential to do big things and it feels good to see that unfolding before out eyes. Our GM believed in us enough to commit to a big push this year and that faith is paying off. I’m just glad that we’re able to go out there on the field and show the league what we’re really capable of.” Harlotte was also asked about his week 3 performance in which he walked out of the game with 3 PDs and 2 Interceptions. “It felt good. This game can be unpredictable. Some days, the opportunities don’t come. And, when they do come, you have to jump on them and seize the moment. That’s what I did. I made my moment count. And I think I’ve proven I can hang with the best when I’m given the chance.” 218 Words
  4. W2 - Brigade @ Herd - combined Passing yards: 370 W3 - Total EFL Rushing TDs: 7 W3 - Neptune @ Predators - Total Sacks: 4 W4 - Total weekly EFL TD passes: 22 W4 - Reign @ Wolfpack - Total completed passes: 44
  5. Week 2 Mambas Predators Brigade Neptune Week 3 Predators Reign Mambas Brigade Week 4 Mambas Reign Herd Brigade
  6. Brigade Opens S12 with a Hard-Fought Win The season opened in epic fashion as the Memphis Mambas battled the Wisconsin Brigade. The Mambas were a team that slipped off the radar in their initial season (after joining the EFL through an expansion), but they’ve proven that teams will have to take them more seriously in their sophomore affair. The Brigade won in a 44-41 victory that saw 9 TDs between the two teams. Both QBs broke 300 yards with at least 70 yards on the ground by both sides. Three WRs even broke the 100-yard threshold, McCracken, Sabathia,, and Toboggan. On the defensive side, the Brigade did a lot to keep the Mambas in check. You wouldn’t know it by the score, but from a deeper look at the stats, the defensive unit didn’t appear to be taking the day off. The Brigade compiled 2 sacks, 5 PDs, and an Interception in their attempt to hold back the Mambas’ devastating offensive attack. Future weeks will tell us if this was a case of the Mambas’ offense being elite or the Brigade’s defense needing to step it up, but for now, we’ll give the Mambas the credit. 201 Words
  7. For the first question, I don’t think it’s entirely fair. People may (and probably will) disagree with at least a few of the picks. However, it seems odd to just assume that everyone disagrees with something there. What if we don’t disagree with any of them? Keep in mind that the league has a lot of moving parts and, for most users (excluding GMs, Head Office, etc.), we are going to be more focused on areas where our players participated. For me, that was CB and TE. Fortunately, both of my players were nominated. However, as much of an honor as that was, I don’t think either deserved to actually win the award this season. Maybe in future seasons, but for S11, the nomination alone was enough. (135) As far as winners, I’ll give a shout-out to the TE of the league, Joplo Crittenden. I recently wrote an article highlighting the TE performances last season and Crittenden was an absolute beast. I’m very proud of what Stephen Loth did and I’m excited for some real battles over the next few seasons, but he was absolutely dominant this season and deserved the award. He led in overall yards, longest catch, average catch… the man is on par with some of the best WRs in the league. Even in the categories like catches and TDs, while he wasn’t first, he was still 2nd. Plus, he put up 29 pancakes, showing that he did a lot more than just pretend to play WR. He was very effective in the TE role and deserved the recognition. (143)
  8. Dude, that's awesome. I love eternal.
  9. Name: Champagne Harlotte Team: Wisconsin Brigade Workout Name: 6 TPE Workout Cost of Workout: $2,500,000 Cash you Have: $3,000,000 Cash Left: $500,000 Name: Stephen Loth Team: LA Reign Workout Name: 6 TPE Workout Cost of Workout: $2,500,000 Cash you Have: $3,500,000 Cash Left: $1,000,000
  10. I am really enjoying the EFL Manager so far. It reminds me of SBA Online, but it seems to be really polished so far. However, one feature that I am looking forward to is the inclusion of the bank and store purchases directly through the manager. I was able to try this out through SBA this season and it made the entire process so much easier. I didn’t have to track down a bank account (or two in the case of EFL). Spending the league cash was easy and seamless. Just a great feature. I know that this feature is coming and that it takes time to implement steps, but this is something I feel will be a great step for the league if it is available by the start of next season. The more centralized and linked features like this are to updating, the better it is for the league. (153 Words)
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