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  2. Dawson vs. High Expectations The S37 ECFA season is fully underway and of course, one of the highlights was that this was going to be Dawson’s first full season under center for the Savage City Wraiths. The Wraiths— who sported an abysmal 3-11 record the previous year— have started 2-0 after two impressive wins over the Pirates and Phalanx. “I always get asked if I’m ever nervous. I think a lot of people associate being nervous with negative connotations. . . I like to embrace it. Somehow I think it helps my mindset. I’m not a perfect quarterback and no way am I a perfect person either— but I want to help my team and I have my own ways of accomplishing my goals,” Dawson commented during a press conference after the thrilling victory over the Hades Creek Phalanx. “I want to thank Coach Grisby for giving me this opportunity. He’s believed in me since day one and I want to show him and Wraiths fans that I belong under center for this team.” Dawson won’t let high expectations or the media rattle him too much. Naturally, he’s a quiet timid person and lets his actions do the talking. He doesn’t plan on changing any time soon. Hopefully, Savage City can continue rolling into week 3 and beyond. It’s no surprise that many have counted them out, but Dawson wants to prove them all wrong. “We’re a completely different team this season. Both our defense and offense have shown what we’re capable of and we’re a complete cohesive unit out there on the field. Savage City wants a championship and we want to bring it home.” Watch out for the Wraiths.
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  4. As the previous season wraps up and the new season is underway, a local sports radio talking head caught up with Roswell Encounter kicker Bobby Seale to breakdown his thoughts on the previous season: "I'm generally pleased with the season! The team did well. It's always said to see a great coach step away but I'm sure the new coach is up to the task. He hasn't said a word to me yet but maybe that's something on his to do list. I made over 94% of my extra points last season and those three that I missed still annoy me. The team put them on the bloopers for our end of the season team dinner. The jerks. Kidding, I deserve it. I made 21 field goals but my percentage was not quite where I wanted it. I was in the mid 70s and this season I hope to creep over 80. I know if I'm going to be a strong player moving forward I'll have to do better there. My long was 47 but I'm really hoping to knock down some 50 yarders this season. All in all, I was a successful season and I am hoping to build upon it for next year."
  5. gimme those 30 teeps and let's hope your ECFA prediction is wrong
  6. Maurice on playing his brother, and the struggles Phalanx a stacked offensive team has had (eight uncaps) starting the season down 0-2. "You know man.. I don't know where, or what is going. I'm confident we will figure it out, but.. the fact Trenton's doing better than us..? Like no offense dawg, but my brother plays over there.. it ain't all that great, know what I'm sayin'?" Lawrence Hartless on the matchup with his brother, and getting the potentially game sealing pick as they lost by seven. "It was pretty magnificent to feel that, and to beat that juggernaut of a team to start the season. Not every battle will be so close, so the fact we were able to steal that one, and I was able to be a determining factor with my tackles, and interception.. well, that's what I'm hoping for. I'm trying to go for awards out there, and hopefully my play on the field will show. I need to get in those lane's a little more, jump for that ball. Disrupt the defense. We barely lost to Biscayne last night, and if I played better individually? Then that game would of been rewritten, and we'd be up 2-0 right now, honestly."
  7. Craig Mctomish makes everyone drunk in training In de training for the game was Craig very late the coach was mad because he was drunk and later he gave the hole team some Irish likker and that is how it started the college director was mad because he wanted to see the training of the football team and than he was walking to the coach and said you got a fucking game in the ecfl and than Craig came and gave him some likker and than they were partying like they had nothing to do. Craig was standing on the table and was dancing without a shirt. Than they were real training even drunk. They were doing lines and they were training with the tackle dummy's and more Craig was on fire with the training than they were Skipping and waiving with there Arms and than training there dashing to be more fast and than gassing it was hard running 2x the hole field for 2 times so there stamina were good the training was good they were tired but they were moving on they were allso doing Eights running in a eight style for 5 times full speed and I mean 5 times doing it and you need to make 10 eights it was hard. But they were pulling true last training was stretching your back to make you feel relieved the boys were tired. And than Craig need it to go to his campus house to rest so he runs to his house so he is more tired and he trys to drink some Irish likker to not feel the pain but it doesn't work. He need it to puke so he was puking on the street the cops saw him and said stop. He was running more and more. It was a crazy night for him he didn't know what do to anymore so finally home he did the one thing only party all night baby you could here the music 10 streets away. If the cops came they came to party even the coach came to party and it was all night the campus police were allso partying and even the director of the college. The girls came and it was lit a night later Craig was feeling hangover and didn't want to train but he trained. Again the same training it was hard on his body he wanted to crawl but he stands up and runs it was so crazy but he did it he want to show that he is a good freshman as a player he wanted to make the dream happen en make his father proud in Texas and to do so is first train hard even if your sick just train than the coach said to the qb trow the ball to the running player so every player was standing and if the coach said go than run and Craig was first he was running 5 yards and than moving left and than he need it to catch the ball that was his last time training. Heff a nice day
  8. 1. Fresh new season, how was your off-season? 2. What's your personal goals this season? 3. What about team goals? 4. Favorite spot to go on vacation? 5. Favorite movie snack? 6. Favorite movie genre? 7. Do you prefer joint practices or solo ones? 8. Which teammate would you consider a friend? 9. What gives you inspiration for your writing/graphics?
  9. @import url('https://fonts.googleapis.com/css2?family=Special+Elite&display=swap'); @import url('https://fonts.googleapis.com/css2?family=Cedarville+Cursive&display=swap'); Dear Reader, For any readers who are interested in gaining a deeper understanding of Count Olaf's motivations for playing in the EFL, he recently responded to a series of questions in a press conference. With all due respect, Lemony Snicket Lemony Snicket
  10. Manchester Lookout Press Conference for Week of 10/2 1. Manchester has started 0-2, but had some promising games against good teams in Athens, and they probably should of stole the game against the rangers. How do you think about your player's performance if he played? 2. What's your favorite leisure activity IRL 3. Manchester's off to a rough start, are you buying into the rebuild hype? 4. Hade's Creek has the highest TPE team, but the worst performance in 0-2 losing both close games they played. Will they figure it out? 5. Savage City Wraiths, and Athen's are pummeling teams do you take notice of other teams in the league? 6. What teams if any, do you pay attention to outside of Manchester? 7. Would you ever look to AD, or present for the league? 8. What suggestions do you have to obtain some new blood? We've seen the rise of some new users that are fairly active lately, but want to retain as many new players as we can obviously. 9. What's your projection on next season? Will Manchester be middle tier, bottom feeder, or top tier?
  11. Count Olaf has sent in his answers to these questions. 1. You get to pick the song your team walks onto the field to. What is it? Count Olaf would have to pick It's The Count, since that is the only song that can properly introduce him. 2. You've made a huge play for your team. How do you celebrate? Count Olaf would celebrate by handing a bribe payment to the referee, as he probably didn't make that big play through legitimate means. 3. Does your player wear a visor? Count Olaf wears a visor because it obscures his appearance by hiding his one long eyebrow and makes it harder for law enforcement officials to recognize him. 4. Who is your player's inspiration? Some of Count Olaf's biggest NFL role models are O.J. Simpson and Aaron Hernandez. 5. What NFL team would you NOT want to play for? Count Olaf has heard that there is an NFL team called the Saints. He does not want to play for them as he does not think they would share the same values as him. Though he would be willing to reconsider that stance for a large enough paycheck. 6. Does you player have any pets? While not officially considered pets, Count Olaf does have several rats living in his house. He also once owned a pack of malnourished lions during his time working as a carnival ringmaster. 7. Does your player have a #1 fan? Count Olaf is his own biggest fan as nobody else appreciates his greatness as much as himself. However, he has also received several positive endorsements from Esmé Squalor, the City's sixth most important financial advisor. 8. What's the craziest thing your player has heard a fan say? One crazy fan once suggested that Count Olaf is the same villainous Count Olaf who has been described in the newspapers and is wanted for numerous crimes. Luckily he was able to clarify that the other Count Olaf is a totally different person who happens to coincidentally share the same name and all of the same physical characteristics. 9. Your player is named as the MVP, how do they celebrate? Count Olaf would probably celebrate by burning down an orphanage. 10. Did anyone encourage your player to play football? The emptiness in his wallet encouraged Count Olaf to play football once he found out how much money football players get paid. 11. What's your player's favorite TV show? Count Olaf's favorite show is A Series of Unfortunate Events. It tells the story of a handsome and talented actor named Count Olaf who is tormented by three greedy orphans who refuse to share their fortune with him even in spite of his many attempts to murder them and their loved ones. 12. What hobby does your player have? Several of Count Olaf's hobbies include acting, wearing disguises, arson, murder, kidnapping, child endangerment, and theft.
  12. I've been brought back from death once myself
  13. +3 (Question of the Week) +3 (Player Brand)
  14. @import url('https://fonts.googleapis.com/css2?family=Special+Elite&display=swap'); @import url('https://fonts.googleapis.com/css2?family=Cedarville+Cursive&display=swap'); Dear Reader, I have received several letters from curious readers wondering about why a certain unhelpful banker named Arthur Poe has started playing in the ECFA. I responded back to these readers begging them to stop reading my work and to find something more pleasant to read instead. But they have ignored my advice and continued sending me letters, so I have decided to put the speculation to rest. I will include an article down below that was recently published in the Daily Punctilio. The Daily Punctilio is a newspaper that is known for publishing many inaccurate articles and struggling to get basic facts correct. But I feel that they are better equipped than me to explain Mr. Poe's train of thought. ----- Local Banker Takes Up a Career of Football Readers of the Daily Punctilio may recognize the name Arthur Poe. Mr. Poe was a very competent banker who helped manage the case of the Baudelaire Orphans (now know as the Baudelaire Murderers after their murder of Count Omar). Now Poe is taking up a second career as a football player and it turns out this may actually be linked to the Baudelaire case. We have taken a statement from him about his reasons for joining the ECFA: "I have been hearing disturbing rumors that Count Olaf may actually be alive and playing football in the EFL. I believe these rumors to be incorrect as I was personally able to identify Count Olaf's dead body in the Village of Fowl Devotees after the Baudelaires were accused of murdering him. I also personally interviewed the EFL player named Count Olaf during his rookie season and was able to conclusively determine that he is a totally different person who simply happens to share the same name and physical appearance. However my supervisor at the bank recently brought up a disturbing possibility. What if the football player named Count Olaf lied to me? What if he is the same Count Olaf as the notorious villain? But this outcome made little sense to me. I am very skilled at detecting when people are lying to me and I do not think even a notorious villain like Count Olaf would be able to fool me. However, my supervisor is still mad at me for the times that Count Olaf managed to escape from my detection before and has insisted that I look in to the matter further. But there was a bigger issue with this theory. Count Olaf is dead. I identified his body myself and the Baudelaires are on the run for murdering him. However, I did some further research and stumbled upon a shocking revelation. A man named Lemony Snicket is also playing in the EFL. This is the same name as the author whose death was previously reported by the Daily Punctilio. This is very peculiar if two supposedly dead men are playing in the same football league. And this brought me to my new theory: is the EFL bringing people back from the dead to play football? This would mean that this league has developed the technology to revive people from death, which would be a major scientific breakthrough. If I was able to find this technology, I would be considered a hero and it might even get me a promotion at the bank. So for the time being, I have decided to push aside some of my work helping orphans at the bank in order to focus on the more important priority of investigating these rumors by launching a football career of my own so that I will be able to enter the EFL and take a closer look. Most likely I will determine that these rumors are false and that this is a totally different Count Olaf as I expected, but it is also possible that I could be the one who helps find a cure for death." These are inspiring words from such a prominent banker. We wish Mr. Poe well on his quest to play football and hopefully find a way to bring people back from the dead. Though we should mention that the Daily Punctilio previously reported that the notorious villain who has died was actually named Count Omar, so we have no reason to believe that he has any connection to the football player named Count Olaf. Nonetheless, we wish Poe success in his football career. He is off to a strong start with a performance of 1696 rushing yards and 15 rushing touchdowns on a 13-1 Roswell Encounter team in his freshman season in the ECFA. Arthur Poe will certainly be an interesting player to keep an eye on in the coming seasons. ----- For any readers who did not want to subject themselves to reading an article from the Daily Punctilio, I can summarize the basic message is that Mr. Poe is misguided and is unlikely to do anything useful in helping to bring about the arrest of Count Olaf. Mr. Poe means well, but a jar of mustard probably also means well and would probably do a better job of helping us to bring Count Olaf to justice. I will continue my own mission, but am continuing to make a frustrating lack of progress despite now playing on the same team as Count Olaf. And as for the readers in the audience, I can only hope that you will do your part by choosing to read a happier Player Brand next time instead. With all due respect, Lemony Snicket Lemony Snicket
  15. SCW win ofc. STOP. SLEEPING. ON. US. @124715 see you in 'ship
  16. My man love the activity, but you're rooting for two teams in the finals last year. Root for a team that's never won a championship. A real man's team. HCP.
  17. Sherman Moss playing at a high level Going into his Sophomore season Sherman Moss wasn't sure how much better he would be since he produced 5 Receptions and 67 Yards in his freshman year he has been working on his Speed, Agility, and Hands to make sure that he has great chemistry with Killian Rose. In the 2 games he had played so far he produced 8 Receptions, 138 Yards, and 2 Touchdowns. With Rose, Moss and Wandon Rolanin being the core of the Carnage passing game you have to wonder how will they match up as they progress through the regular season with 12 games left to play Moss on his performance: "It is a step in the right direction for me as I been trying to contribute as much as I can in my sophomore season and so far to be able to step up for the team is excellent as we are on a quest to give the team 3 straight titles. I'm looking forward to see how far my development will go as Rose, Wandon Rolanin and myself can be a very devastating offense that is going to be tough for any defense to deal with. It is still early so we can't be complacent right now we just got to keep the momentum going and be consistent in practice."
  18. Clear improvement by Roswell, and a great win from Athens. Hopefully they are both able to build and capitalize on the wins.
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