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  1. And that wraps up S14 statmaster. NCAA East Championship - Combined Points Scored from LSU and Miami: Actual - 15, Closest - 45 @TacticalHammer @Turner @Matmenzinger @PigSnout NCAA West Championship - Danton Howlson Rushing Attempts plus Noah Jacobs Tackles: Actual - 38, Closest - 38 @Tanner0512 EFL East Championship - Combined Receiving Yards from Kowalski and Sabathia: Actual - 227, Closest - 226 @SnapTackleDrop EFL West Championship - Combined Passing Attempts from Seattle and Los Angeles: Actual - 83, Closest - 81 @LittleRiDog and 85 @Snussu NCAA & EFL Conference Championship Round - Total Points Scored: Actual - 180, Closest - 180 @SnapTackleDrop
  2. And our S14 season comes to an end. Please claim below: 2 TPE @Bushito @SnapTackleDrop @Turner @HuddleHussy @Sharkstrong @MMFLEX 1 TPE @oilmandan @PigSnout @Tanner0512 @Enorama
  3. Note: Due to length, I'm using this as both my weekly article and rankings article. I have posted in both spots. As is tradition in the EFL, at the conclusion of each Championship the EFL names both an Offensive and Defensive MVP for the game. With it being championship weekend, we here a Sports Illustrated have decided to look back on the 13 Championship games before this week’s big game and come up with a top 5 ranking for MVP performance. As is tradition in the EFL, at the conclusion of each Championship the EFL names both an Offensive and Defensive MVP for the game. While we appreciate the work done by our defensive players, it is the offensive games that usually go down in Super Bowl lore. The names that have taken home the offensive MVP trophy make up a who’s who in EFL history with a few journeymen sprinkled here and there. Before we give you the top 5, here are a few interesting notes below: When looking at the MVPs, the top 7 performances statistically have all happened in the past 7 years. You could only really argue that Evander Wayne Jr.’s 24/31, 301 Yard, and 2 TD effort for New York in a loss to Los Angeles could sneak into the top 7 (Trey Masters also had a strong performance in S6 but that would only be 8 years back which would further the point we are about to make). From a league evolution standpoint this makes sense. The top players in the inaugural seasons of the league, did not have the same skill level that the players did once the league had established itself by S6/S7. Performances such as Seattle’s Apollo Ali back in S2 (17 Carries, 58 Yards, and 2 TDs) don’t have any chance of making our list. It also has become a more QB dominant league the past few years and QBs tend to be able to put up more massive stat lines than the other positions. A losing player took home the Offensive MVP 5 times in the 13 years. It actually happened each of the first 3 years (further pushing our point above), and most recently happened in S12 when Reginald Sharkstrong took home the honor for Seattle in a loss to Wisconsin. A Tight End has never won the award and a Wide Receiver has only won once – that honor belonging to New York’s Lavar Ball during a win in which he hauled in 5 receptions for 107 yards and 2 touchdowns. Outside of his win the award has been given to a Quarterback or Runningback every year (5 QBs and 7 RBs). The 4 and 5 spots in this ranking game down to four separate performances by running backs and you could make a case to include any of the four. However, we had to cut two. Reginald Sharkstrong’s 35 carry, 137 yard, 1 TD, 4 Reception, 74 yards performance got axed due to the fact that it was in a losing effort. We also cut the great Tugg Bote’s S10 performance (36 Carries, 138 Yards, 2 TDs) for SA in a blowout win against Wisconsin, because his YPC and clutch/pressure plays (yes we know there wasn’t any clutch/pressure pays in a blowout) didn’t match up to the other two performances that made the 4th and 5th spots. We know this will make some people angry and we know arguments can be made for both of these guys. Now to our rankings starting with number 5: 5. S11 – Miami 23 vs Los Angeles 20: Miami RB David Moriarty – 35 Carries, 162 Yards, 1 TD, and 4 Receptions for 20 Yards: Moriarty had a terrific year in S11 leading the league in rushing yards with 1,539 and tying for the league lead in rushing touchdowns with 14. His massive 182 yards against the New York Herd in the Eastern Conference Championship game. Trailing 14-0 in the 2nd quarter, Miami road Morriarty on their 2nd position to a tune of 11 carries for 44 yards all culminating in a 1 yard touchdown run to get the Neptune back in the game. Moriarty then proved to be the ultimate workhorse in the 2nd half and overtime running for 110 yards after halftime and helping to set up Bryce Larkin’s 43 yard field goal to win the game in extra time. 4. S8 – Los Angeles 26 vs Miami 20: Los Angeles RB Charlie Hudson – 27 Carries, 94 Yards, 2 TDs, and 6 Receptions for 34 Yards and a TD: The veteran Los Angeles runningback had a solid season in S8 for the Reigns but really turned it on when it mattered most in the playoffs to take home postseason MVP. After a solid 1 TD performance in the Western Conference Championship, Hudson broke out for 3 crucial touchdowns in Los Angeles’ Super Bowl win. With the Reign trailing 7-3 at the half, Hudson broke open the 2nd half scoring with a 2 yard TD run to put the Reign up 10-7 early in the third quarter. Then with the Reign again trailing 20-13 with less than two minutes to go, Hudson caught the game tying touchdown on a 2 yard pass to send the game to overtime. However, he wasn’t done yet, because he then ended the game on a 1 yard TD run to send Los Angeles to their 3rd EFL Championship. 3. S9 – San Antonio 34 vs New York 28: San Antonio QB James Fox-Kemper – 29/42, 410 Yards, 5 TDs, 2 INT, and a 120 QBR: Fox-Kemper wasn’t considered one of the best QBs during S9, but was a fantastic game manager leading the Wolfpack to a 12-2 record with the help of his buddy Tugg Bote, who also had a fabulous Western Conference championship, a game in which Fox-Kepers stats don’t jump out, to get San Antonio to the Super Bowl. However, Fox-Kemper turned in one of the best performance in his career against New York in the Super Bowl, throwing for 400 plus yards and 5 touchdowns. The game itself was an incredibly back and forth game with many lead changes. Fox-Kemper connected on 3 of his 5 TDs in the first 3 quarters. Then in the 4th quarter with about 5 minutes remaining down 7, Fox-Kemper led the Wolfpack on an 85 yard drive that culminated in a 12 yard TD pass to Colt Cream with 12 seconds left to tie the game at 28-28. The Wolfpack than received the ball in OT and the gun slinger went a perfect 7/7 for 88 yards and hit Marlon Grey for the game winning 22 yard touchdown. The San Antonio QB’s 2 interceptions are the only thing keeping him from the number 2 spot on this list. 2. S7 – Miami 29 vs Los Angeles 24: Miami QB Arbin Asipi – 25/31, 335 Yards, 2 TDs, and a 133.2 QBR: Arbin Asipi had one of the most polarizing EFL careers of all time. Some people point to his skill level and good but not great stats and say that he was a mediocre QB. Other’s point to his winning percentage and 3 EFL Championships and say that he should be included with the greats. That is beside the point in our rankings, but his performance in the S7 Super Bowl was nothing but spectacular and earns him the number 2 spot on our rankings. The Miami signal caller hit on over 80% of is passing attempts and did not throw an interception to go along with his 2 touchdowns. Like many of the performances on our list, Asipi’s included some late game heroics. After a blocked punt, giving Miami great field position 23-24 and time running out, Asipi hit Brian Kowalski in the back of the end zone with a 16 yard strike to give Miami the lead. Miami was able to hold in the last couple of minutes for their 2nd consecutive championship. 1. S13 – Los Angeles 51 vs Miami 21: Los Angeles QB John Smith – 38/53, 497 Yards, 6 TDs, 138.6 QBR and 1 Carry for 19 Yards: There were no nervous moments or last minute touchdowns in last year’s EFL championship game, but that didn’t stop John Smith from putting up video game numbers for the Reign. Smith had one of the greatest seasons in EFL history in S13 when he threw for a league leading 5,942 yards, a league leading 58 touchdowns, and a league low 9 interceptions. His out of this world stats led to a trio of regular season awards that included QB of the Year, Offensive Player of the Year, and League MVP. After an out of the ordinary so-so performance in the Western Conference Championship game in which he threw 2 interceptions, Smith game back in the Super Bowl to break numerous records. His 497 yards were a record in a Super Bowl game as were his 6 TDs and 138.6 QBR, He helped lead a Los Angeles offense that scored a record breaking 51 Super Bowl points on the way to their league leading 4th EFL Championship. Arguments can be made for the performance that made up spots 2-5 in this ranking, but there is no doubt that Smith’s performance last year was the best in EFL history.
  4. Note: Due to length, I'm using this as both my weekly article and rankings article. I have posted in both spots. As is tradition in the EFL, at the conclusion of each Championship the EFL names both an Offensive and Defensive MVP for the game. With it being championship weekend, we here a Sports Illustrated have decided to look back on the 13 Championship games before this week’s big game and come up with a top 5 ranking for MVP performance. While we appreciate the work done by our defensive players, it is the offensive games that usually go down in Super Bowl lore. The names that have taken home the offensive MVP trophy make up a who’s who in EFL history with a few journeymen sprinkled here and there. Before we give you the top 5, here are a few interesting notes below: When looking at the MVPs, the top 7 performances statistically have all happened in the past 7 years. You could only really argue that Evander Wayne Jr.’s 24/31, 301 Yard, and 2 TD effort for New York in a loss to Los Angeles could sneak into the top 7 (Trey Masters also had a strong performance in S6 but that would only be 8 years back which would further the point we are about to make). From a league evolution standpoint this makes sense. The top players in the inaugural seasons of the league, did not have the same skill level that the players did once the league had established itself by S6/S7. Performances such as Seattle’s Apollo Ali back in S2 (17 Carries, 58 Yards, and 2 TDs) don’t have any chance of making our list. It also has become a more QB dominant league the past few years and QBs tend to be able to put up more massive stat lines than the other positions. A losing player took home the Offensive MVP 5 times in the 13 years. It actually happened each of the first 3 years (further pushing our point above), and most recently happened in S12 when Reginald Sharkstrong took home the honor for Seattle in a loss to Wisconsin. A Tight End has never won the award and a Wide Receiver has only won once – that honor belonging to New York’s Lavar Ball during a win in which he hauled in 5 receptions for 107 yards and 2 touchdowns. Outside of his win the award has been given to a Quarterback or Runningback every year (5 QBs and 7 RBs). The 4 and 5 spots in this ranking game down to four separate performances by running backs and you could make a case to include any of the four. However, we had to cut two. Reginald Sharkstrong’s @Sharkstrong 35 carry, 137 yard, 1 TD, 4 Reception, 74 yards performance got axed due to the fact that it was in a losing effort. We also cut the great Tugg Bote’s @TacticalHammer S10 performance (36 Carries, 138 Yards, 2 TDs) for SA in a blowout win against Wisconsin, because his YPC and clutch/pressure plays (yes we know there wasn’t any clutch/pressure pays in a blowout) didn’t match up to the other two performances that made the 4th and 5th spots. We know this will make some people angry and we know arguments can be made for both of these guys. Now to our rankings starting with number 5: 5. S11 – Miami 23 vs Los Angeles 20: Miami RB David Moriarty @Benni – 35 Carries, 162 Yards, 1 TD, and 4 Receptions for 20 Yards: Moriarty had a terrific year in S11 leading the league in rushing yards with 1,539 and tying for the league lead in rushing touchdowns with 14. His massive 182 yards against the New York Herd in the Eastern Conference Championship game. Trailing 14-0 in the 2nd quarter, Miami road Morriarty on their 2nd position to a tune of 11 carries for 44 yards all culminating in a 1 yard touchdown run to get the Neptune back in the game. Moriarty then proved to be the ultimate workhorse in the 2nd half and overtime running for 110 yards after halftime and helping to set up Bryce Larkin’s 43 yard field goal to win the game in extra time. 4. S8 – Los Angeles 26 vs Miami 20: Los Angeles RB Charlie Hudson @Alecbama – 27 Carries, 94 Yards, 2 TDs, and 6 Receptions for 34 Yards and a TD: The veteran Los Angeles runningback had a solid season in S8 for the Reigns but really turned it on when it mattered most in the playoffs to take home postseason MVP. After a solid 1 TD performance in the Western Conference Championship, Hudson broke out for 3 crucial touchdowns in Los Angeles’ Super Bowl win. With the Reign trailing 7-3 at the half, Hudson broke open the 2nd half scoring with a 2 yard TD run to put the Reign up 10-7 early in the third quarter. Then with the Reign again trailing 20-13 with less than two minutes to go, Hudson caught the game tying touchdown on a 2 yard pass to send the game to overtime. However, he wasn’t done yet, because he then ended the game on a 1 yard TD run to send Los Angeles to their 3rd EFL Championship. 3. S9 – San Antonio 34 vs New York 28: San Antonio QB James Fox-Kemper @pablo – 29/42, 410 Yards, 5 TDs, 2 INT, and a 120 QBR: Fox-Kemper wasn’t considered one of the best QBs during S9, but was a fantastic game manager leading the Wolfpack to a 12-2 record with the help of his buddy Tugg Bote, who also had a fabulous Western Conference championship, a game in which Fox-Kepers stats don’t jump out, to get San Antonio to the Super Bowl. However, Fox-Kemper turned in one of the best performance in his career against New York in the Super Bowl, throwing for 400 plus yards and 5 touchdowns. The game itself was an incredibly back and forth game with many lead changes. Fox-Kemper connected on 3 of his 5 TDs in the first 3 quarters. Then in the 4th quarter with about 5 minutes remaining down 7, Fox-Kemper led the Wolfpack on an 85 yard drive that culminated in a 12 yard TD pass to Colt Cream with 12 seconds left to tie the game at 28-28. The Wolfpack than received the ball in OT and the gun slinger went a perfect 7/7 for 88 yards and hit Marlon Grey for the game winning 22 yard touchdown. The San Antonio QB’s 2 interceptions are the only thing keeping him from the number 2 spot on this list. 2. S7 – Miami 29 vs Los Angeles 24: Miami QB Arbin Asipi @DeathOnReddit – 25/31, 335 Yards, 2 TDs, and a 133.2 QBR: Arbin Asipi had one of the most polarizing EFL careers of all time. Some people point to his skill level and good but not great stats and say that he was a mediocre QB. Other’s point to his winning percentage and 3 EFL Championships and say that he should be included with the greats. That is beside the point in our rankings, but his performance in the S7 Super Bowl was nothing but spectacular and earns him the number 2 spot on our rankings. The Miami signal caller hit on over 80% of is passing attempts and did not throw an interception to go along with his 2 touchdowns. Like many of the performances on our list, Asipi’s included some late game heroics. After a blocked punt, giving Miami great field position 23-24 and time running out, Asipi hit Brian Kowalski in the back of the end zone with a 16 yard strike to give Miami the lead. Miami was able to hold in the last couple of minutes for their 2nd consecutive championship. 1. S13 – Los Angeles 51 vs Miami 21: Los Angeles QB John Smith @J.G.10 – 38/53, 497 Yards, 6 TDs, 138.6 QBR and 1 Carry for 19 Yards: There were no nervous moments or last minute touchdowns in last year’s EFL championship game, but that didn’t stop John Smith from putting up video game numbers for the Reign. Smith had one of the greatest seasons in EFL history in S13 when he threw for a league leading 5,942 yards, a league leading 58 touchdowns, and a league low 9 interceptions. His out of this world stats led to a trio of regular season awards that included QB of the Year, Offensive Player of the Year, and League MVP. After an out of the ordinary so-so performance in the Western Conference Championship game in which he threw 2 interceptions, Smith game back in the Super Bowl to break numerous records. His 497 yards were a record in a Super Bowl game as were his 6 TDs and 138.6 QBR, He helped lead a Los Angeles offense that scored a record breaking 51 Super Bowl points on the way to their league leading 4th EFL Championship. Arguments can be made for the performance that made up spots 2-5 in this ranking, but there is no doubt that Smith’s performance last year was the best in EFL history.
  5. My god our secondary is just getting eaten alive.
  6. Patrick doing his usual no show come playoff time.
  7. NCAA East Championship - Combined Points Scored from LSU and Miami: Disqualified NCAA West Championship - Danton Howlson Rushing Attempts plus Noah Jacobs Tackles: 36 EFL East Championship - Combined Receiving Yards from Kowalski and Sabathia: 221 EFL West Championship - Combined Passing Attempts from Seattle and Los Angeles: 68 NCAA & EFL Conference Championship Round - Total Points Scored: Disqualified
  8. League Championships NCAA West Championship - Texas @ Oregon EFL East Championship - Miami @ Memphis EFL West Championship - Seattle @ Los Angeles
  9. As football season starts, every team’s dream of making a championship run is alive. The season commences and slowly the playoff picture comes into focus. Well the season has now ended, and the playoff teams are set. We are going to look at the one key (matchup, stat, player, etc.) in each of the two NCAA Playoff Games. I haven’t had an NCAA player in a while so I thought it would be neat to do some research into the 4 playoff teams and come up with something that I believe will affect the outcome of each game. In the East Miami will travel to LSU in the Eastern Conference Championship game pitting two big time rushing attacks. In the West, Oregon and Texas will renew the NCAAs biggest rivalry in Eugene for the Western Conference Championship. We get into our analysis below: NCAA Eastern Conference Championship – Miami Hurricanes at LSU Tigers Key: Which Quarterback will Step Up? Due to the fact that the EFL is loaded with QBs for the next few years, the NCAA has become a ground and pound league. No two teams emphasize this more than the LSU Tigers and the Miami Hurricanes, who are first and second in the NCAA in rushing yards respectively. LSU has a dynamic duo in Asahel and Devin Schwaibold and Miami has the slightly less impressive Bonzo Luellen and Bellamy Blake. However, despite the two teams impressive running attacks, I believe this game could be determined by which QB controls the game better. LSU plays two QBs in Dropstar Fromtable and Hingle McCringleberry with Fromtable getting most of the snaps lately. Miami offense is run by Jordan Jones. Neither team passes the ball much (LSU in particular), but these quarterbacks will be key in keeping their offenses on the field and not turning the ball over. My opinion is that the quarterback that can hold on to the ball and play the better game manager will give his team a big advantage. We’ll see which one is more effective this Saturday. NCAA Western Conference Championship – Texas Longhorns at Oregon Ducks Key: Oregon’s 43 Sacks, 3 Safeties, and 2 Blocked Kicks, or More Importantly, Oregon’s Pressure Over the past 6-8 years the Oregon Ducks and Texas Longhorns have been battling it out in the West without much resistance from ND and USC. This year is no exception as the teams share the league’s best record at 11-3. Both teams are similar in their balanced offensive attack and have the top two defenses in the league when looking at points allowed. Texas it does it by limiting yardage in both the passing and rushing game. Oregon does it by putting constant pressure on the QB. How much pressure they can put on Texas QB Vince Carswell and how the Longhorns handle this pressure is key. The Ducks will give up some big plays, but they almost double the next team in sacks with 43 (Alabama is 2nd with 24). This has led to 18 interceptions (3rd in the league – Texas is first) and a league leading 3 safeties and 2 blocked kicks. If Texas can handle the Oregon pressure there is some opportunities for big plays down the field, but if the Ducks can do what they’ve been doing all year long, Texas will be facing a lot of 2nd and 3rd and longs. I believe that whether or not the Ducks can get consistent pressure in the Texas backfield will go a long way in determining this game.
  10. Similar to the Pick Em, we are going to do stat master for the league championship games. If your guess is the closest for a prop, you'll get a TPE for that prop. This year I have started a bonus program. If in a week you are the winner on 3 props you will get an extra TPE (4 TPE total), if you are the winner on 4 props you will get 3 extra TPE (7 TPE total), and if you are the winner on all 5 props you will get 5 extra TPE (10 TPE total). Prop time for these playoff games:: NCAA East Championship - Combined Points Scored from LSU and Miami: NCAA West Championship - Danton Howlson Rushing Attempts plus Noah Jacobs Tackles: EFL East Championship - Combined Receiving Yards from Kowalski and Sabathia: EFL West Championship - Combined Passing Attempts from Seattle and Los Angeles: NCAA & EFL Conference Championship Round - Total Points Scored:
  11. It is our 2nd annual Playoff Pick Em for the league championship rounds in the EFL and NCAA. This Pick Em is available to all players. 50% will net you 1 Uncapped tpe. 75% will net you 2 Uncapped tpe. 100% will net you 3 Uncapped tpe. League Championships NCAA East Championship - Miami @ LSU NCAA West Championship - Texas @ Oregon EFL East Championship - Miami @ Memphis EFL West Championship - Seattle @ Los Angeles
  12. Please claim below. I will put up playoff pickem shortly: 1 TPE @Cornholio 2 TPE @Sharkstrong @oilmandan @TacticalHammer @LittleRiDog @HuddleHussy @Jeff @Green @Rayzor_7 @omgitshim @Turner @MMFLEX @PigSnout @Patdatass
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