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    EFL S17 Week 2

    idk if this is sarcasm, but that's Calle Colt.
  2. Player Name: Isaac Martin Player Position: CB or S Filler: N Player Name: Dale Cooper Player Position: RB Filler: N Player Name: Jeffrey Beaumont Player Position: S Filler: Y
  3. You’re either Harry Raines, or you’re not the best player to ever grace the sport of football. All of us are the latter, but it was an honor to share the field
  4. Username: Jetsqb101 QB: Drew McPewPewPew $6 RB: Duke Starscream $4 WR: Dan Willinsky $6 WR: Patrick Kelley $5 WR: Mr. Cornholio $5 FLEX: Taktischer Vorschlaghammer $1 TE: Kip Silver $1 K: Cody Smith $1 DST: Memphis $1 $30
  5. QB: Siddhu Sarvepally $7 RB: Dale Cooper $1 WR: Sticky Hands $6 WR: Colin Moore $3 Flex: Brian Gesicki $6 TE: Oogie Boogie $1 K: Hoyt Bottomley/Patrick Murphy $1 DST: Texas $5 $30
  6. EFL Predictions Champion: Seattle East Finalist: (New York, Miami, Memphis, Wisconsin): Miami West Finalist: (Los Angeles, Seattle, San Antonio, New Orleans): Seattle MVP: McPewPewPew Offensive Player of the Year: McPewPewPew Defensive Player of the Year: Casey Archer GMotY: Wheaties QBotY: McPewPewPew RBotY: Sharkstrong FBotY: Jakobson WRotY: Willinsky TEotY: Saracen LBoftY: Sharkstrong CBotY: Archer SotY: Fence KoftY: Gunner Returner of the Year: Martin Offensive Rookie of the Year: Vorschlaghammer Defensive Rookie of the Year: Montgomery NCAA Predictions Champion: Texas East Finalist: (LSU, MIA, MICH, ALA): Miami West Finalist: (USC, ORE, ND, TEX): Texas Heisman Trophy - MVP: Gesicki Chuck Bednarik Award - Defensive Player OTY: 2 Dope Tim Tebow Award - Offensive Player OTY: Gesicki Lance Swift IV Award - Top Offensive Freshman: Cooper Shaka Lawal Award - Top Defensive Freshman: Aardvark Davey O'Brien Award -QB: Sarvepally Doak Walker Award - RB: Gesicki Biletnikoff Award - WR: Hands John Mackey Award - TE: Gonzalez Dick Butkus Award - LB: West Jim Thorpe Award - DB: 2 Dope Groza Guy Award - K/P: Bad Dante Pettis Award-K/P Returner: 2 Dope Wuerffel Trophy - Community Service : omg Coach of the Year Award - AD: TacticalHammer
  7. damn I forgot about that possibility because of the run support caps, but those don't matter at all for a filler at all. Ok, this version is definitely my favorite filler possibility
  8. Dale Cooper is the newest recruit to sign up for the LSU Tigers and is excited to get his college career underway. Cooper is known for his speed as he was a track athlete in high school in addition to football, but he has made it known during his recruitment that he will be focusing solely on football moving forward. "Track was good for me, it helped me learn about managing my body throughout a game and it put me into fantastic shape for the NCAA right away. I think that some of the LSU fans are going to be surprised by how quickly I head out of the gates this season." Cooper believes he's ready to make a big impact as a freshman, but he was also not heavily recruited and believes that teams missed out on him. "LSU was the only real offer, which is cool with me. LSU is a fantastic program and they saw in me what I saw in myself, which is a player that is still growing but is ready to contribute right away. I think in a few months I'm going to be the player that coaches are watching from the sideline and wondering why they never even tried to get me. But it is what it is, I'm a Tiger and I'm pleased with that." Asked what Cooper likes most about LSU, he cited veteran leadership and immediate playing time. Cooper was promised the starting RB job as a freshman and has already grown to love his new teammates. "They're awesome man, I knew that college football was more serious than high school but it's been nice to see just how much these guys work to improve themselves. We've got a squad of players that are really dedicated to the sport, and I think that we can grow a pretty special team out of this." We'll have to see how his talk translates to the playing field, but Dale Cooper appears mentally prepared at the least to make an immediate impact this season. "I'd be surprised if I'm not the offensive rookie of the year to be honest. I'm not usually a big fan of chasing awards, especially not over team success, but with the opportunity I'm going to get to contribute here I would honestly be a bit disappointed if I didn't take home that award"
  9. I really enjoyed this year's EFL draft, and there were lots of things that happened which were surprising for everyone involved, so I'm going to use this space to cover some of the most interesting stories in my opinion. Zane Montgomery goes #1 overall I'm surprised by how much of a consensus this became as I thought heading into the draft that Taktischer and Zane both had very good arguments for going #1 overall. I can't hate on the selection either way as both players are accompanied by terrific users and it probably is more difficult to find an elite CB in the draft than it is to find a WR, but top-shelf CBs can still be inconsistent in the EFL for how much they affect game outcomes. Still, I like that @Nykonax prioritized his defense and I think that this pick will end up working out very well for the Brigade. Dale Cooper Retires, Taktischer to Memphis, and re-unites with his college QB This one is the easiest for me to write about since I was the GM who did it haha. Cooper was supposed to be an auto-pick for me in the first round, but I made a last-minute decision to retire him in order to get the rights to @TacticalHammer, who I told pre-draft that we were not going to be able to select at all. The biggest reason for this decision was that Vorschlaghammer is a draft prospect that doesn't come around very often and I felt very uncomfortable with the idea of not taking him when I was in a position where I could. The other side of this is that we passed on another QB in La Fleur @omgitshim with the idea being that one of La Fleur/Carswell was going to fall to our 8th overall pick, and we were able to grab a Heisman Trophy Winning QB coming off of a National Championship a la Martin Isaac S9. Wolfpack take their QB of the future I've got to be honest, I did not expect La Fleur to go to San Antonio pre-draft at all. I guess @AW13 is in a similar position to the one I was in where he is over having a QB in this league, but I have some mixed feelings about the move overall. The part that I like is that it will make the transition between QBs very smooth in San Antonio and will give them a ton of consistency moving forward. The part I'm skeptical about is when this team's championship window is, because I thought they would be building to try and take the division in 1-2 seasons but this move doesn't reflect that at all. It also puts La Fleur on the bench when he doesn't need to be there with his carryover, but this could go down as a wonderful move in a few seasons. @Jeff's players fall I was skeptical of the La Fleur first round pick, but the value 2nd round of St. Pierre for San Antonio and then Downey for NY were huge imo. I had higher draft grades on both of Jeff's players than where they actually went, but that's just one of the things that happens in these loaded draft classes I suppose. Seattle grabs their new Joplo This move surprised me as well as @MMFLEX said that he wanted his next re-create to be a TE, but I'm guessing that plan is finished with him drafting @Tate's TE. I love the TE position and Kip Silver could end up being the future marquee player of it in the EFL so I don't hate the value, but this move did surprise me due to the preconceptions I held about Flex and his future plans.
  10. This ruined my rocket league session with friends today
  11. 6. QB I don't think anyone wants to see a filler QB. He doesn't have a place in the EFL, and in the NCAA he would only really be useful for his junior and senior year. Additionally you don't even get the big uncapping year from the QB if he's a filler, which is a pretty big deal for a team that's committing to the player while trying to make the playoffs and win the championship. I don't think there is much of a reason at all to make a filler QB. 5. K This one would have been higher, but we've been lucky recently and seen an uptick in users that want to create kickers on the site. I don't think there is a GM in the league right now who would be interested in rostering multiple kickers if somebody wanted to make a kickoff specialist filler or something like that, so at the moment kicker fillers don't really feel like they have a big benefit to them 4. RB/WR A filler RB/WR can still put up some good stats and they are actually pretty commonly on EFL rosters at the moment. The primary issue with these players in my eyes is that they still end up being +1 salary bracket for GMs, meaning that they get paid more than other fillers and can end up taking up a chunk of cap space if you roster too many. This is one of the more popular filler positions but I could see the EFL transitioning away from these players pretty quickly, especially considering the recent growth of the league in welcoming in new users. 3. CB/S Defensive fillers > offensive fillers imo. The most important thing for these players is adding weight so that they can play multiple positions well, but having a player who can be a slot CB or a fill in safety is actually pretty valuable. I think you could make a pretty solid defensive back on 250 tpe as well if you focused on making a balanced build, and I think they are some of the highest draft targets once the uncapping players are off the board. 2. FB/TE These players are the opposite of the RB/WR hybrid I mentioned before, where their salary bracket is actually one lower than other positions. Being cheap to GMs is very helpful, but it should also be considered that the FB position is still a pretty huge need in the EFL. Only 3 teams nominated players for FB of the year this past season, which means that there are at least 5 teams that could benefit strongly from a 250 tpe fullback being added to their formation. The only bad part about this for the user is they can't take advantage of the perks of being a FB like extra training camp and a longer prime before regression, but I think this is still an awesome filler position to make. 1. S/LB I love this filler position because this player can man 6/8 positions in a 3/4 defense. It's a challenging player to make because weight needs to be added on all four years of college I believe, but the positional versatility of this filler is unmatched in the EFL and makes him extremely valuable. I don't know if we've seen too many of these players in the league, but I hope we get to see them more often because they would make roster building/game planning way easier
  12. I've got 0 problem with inactives winning awards if they had the best season, otherwise these things can become too much of a popularity contest
  13. congrats @MMFLEX, McPewPewPew had a great season and it's kind of nice to not block him from the award again. Also big props to @JaysFan26@Cornholio and @Tater_Tot on the pro bowl recognition!
  14. @Tate added in our rookie deals:
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