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  1. Any other boxscores for this week?
  2. As Bruce Buffer would say during one of his epic events... it's TIME for the Tagaloa's to officially declare their intent to enter the upcoming draft. When you think of the draft, there is a lot that goes into the draft and a lot needing to be done to prepare for it. Currently both Fetu and Maleko are in their second season in the ECFA and coming off of a championship win, so with that hype and the draft hype now building, there are a lot of eyes on them. When we break down what the first season of their time with the Manchester Lookout looked like, we see the following: As we can see, to start off with Maleko, he did not have the most amazing statline during the championship winning season, however he was fairly decent for the role he was playing. When he joined the EFL/ECFA, he did announce that he was willing and able to play both the WR and the TE position, to which his coaching staff in Manchester decided to utilize him in the TE slot. A lot of promises occurred of playing time which were all fulfilled however the playbooks used for the team's offense just didn't really use him to his fullest potential, as such, while he has a ring, there was a lot to be desired for Maleko and his abilities. This second season looks a bit better as displayed below this. From this picture, it's obvious that while his receptions are not super high up, he's already improved his total yards per catch and his average, the only thing he is missing is some touchdowns which he still has 11 games to get, so the season is still quite young. Once again though a thing to note with all GM's who are looking at stats, is that he is just not getting a ton of receptions due to the playbook being used in Manchester, they are very much WR heavy which is pretty typical, however he is still impressive for what his role is on the team, do not let him slide under the radar. Now, we move onto Fetu... At linebacker, it's very difficult when you enter the league behind a lot of the higher TPE players, and it pretty much showed when Fetu joined the linebacker squad for Manchester in his first season. While his tackles were quite impressive, his other stats were just lacking that flare and finesse. He had minimal tackles for a loss, no fumbles/recoveries, 1 sack and 1 pass deflection, which really did not sit well with him. While he won a ring, again he did feel like he could've done so much more had he been more prepared, and that is why this season was so crucial for him. Those stats are below: This season for the big man has been sadly... right about the same. While his tackles are on pace to hit over where he did last season, his other stats are just non-existent at this point. Fetu does sometimes blame himself because he wonders, is it that he's being burned too much by the offensive players, or is it just a lack of him not being able to get those sacks, tackles for a loss and interceptions/deflections. While being in his head, he's still trying to remain positive as the team is on an undefeated streak and for him, a second ring would basically solidify his tenure in the ECFA as one of the greatest. With that... these are the Tagaloas... and they are coming to the EFL very, very soon.
  3. http://blogs.luc.edu/uao/files/2016/04/crosspath-sign.jpg When you talk about college to a 'normal' person, it's a very big decision for the academic side of things. This decision is going to be how we determine what our careers are going to be, what profession we're going to be eligible for and how we are going to earn money for the rest of our lives. But when it comes to a sports athlete, things are a little less about the academics, and a lot more about the program and the coaches and of course, the 'appeal' for being a bigger school. When it came down to decisions like this, the two giants from the Isles of Samoa had a lot to think about. No matter what, they knew they'd be leaving home, in fact they knew it was very possible they'd even be going to North America, however they did not realize that their decision could eventually lead them somewhere they've never been before. Upon leaving high school, Fetu and Maleko had nothing but aspirations and a dream. Their coach of course, was their biggest hype man and had all the confidence in the world that they would 'make it' and 'be somebodies' in the sports world, but of course it's hard to think that when not too many people outside of your home country really know who you are. However, that all changed when one day, an agent showed up at their house, flying all the way to their small town within the Isles, and made everyone propositions they couldn't even dream of turning down. He spoke not of the NFL, a massive organization in it's own right, but a fresh, hotter league in the EFL. With a bunch of slideshows and presentations and expectations, the EFL sounded like the place to be, and then what sounded even crazier is that the brothers wouldn't go to the NCAA...but rather the colleges were actually hosted at 12 unique colleges that made up the ECFA, a college promotion that was owned by the EFL. With the promises adding up, the overwhelming information finally became a reality and both brothers decided to sign with the Rockstar agency. Within a week, the brothers brought themselves to North America with all of their prized possessions and a promise to their parents, to one day move them out there for a better life and better beginning to everything they ever needed. Until then, they said their goodbyes and set-off to embark on their future. Once they arrived, the work began. The Rockstar agency began to schedule workouts with the ECFA colleges to prove these guys were worth it, and it was quite obvious that the teams and colleges were just eating these guys up, because they instantly caught fire, and they also began to make some worldwide headlines about their performance and their talents. Eventually though, it did become decision time, and a lot was on the line. They knew that they had to find out who was going to win for them, who was going to fight for them, and who was going to help them become EFL superstars. In the end, with recommendation from their agency who had prior experience with a specific AD, none other than MMFlex and the Manchester Lookout were chosen, and what a beautiful choice that was. While neither man walked away with rookie or individual awards, they would win the championship in their first ever season and are poised to at this rate, have an unbeaten season should things continue the way they are. There is no looking back for these two, and the sky is the limit, they are looking to be the best, do the best, and conquer the best, until there is no one left but them standing. Keep up with their progress as much as possible, you're not going to want to miss it. In order to keep up with their trends, you can view their player brand and also keep up with them via the twitter feeds and their other socials. They have declared for the draft and so this will be the final season for the team. You can also view their draft declaration statements which will be coming up soon, and should be very impactful on where they see their future.
  4. With the draft a current conversation piece for both of my players, I figured what better way to figure out their possible destinations than just earning some TPE talking about it haha. I will obviously give my in-depth reason as to why I think my player(s) would fit in a current teams specific dynamic and what I think my player(s) could bring to that team. Hopefully it makes sense, but just know this is all for fun and I am a-okay playing for ANYONE in the league, this is strictly just analysis from me. 5. (SAN ANTONIO WOLFPACK) CURRENT ROSTER SIZE: 16 Players CURRENT WR: 2 CURRENT TE: 1 CURRENT LB: 2 CURRENT SAFETIES: 3 So first up is the Wolfpack, and strictly looking at their insanely large roster, their positional needs indicate that both of the Tagaloa's (WR/TE hybrid and LB/S hybrid) could be a good fit for this franchise. A lot of this team is aging out, they are losing tremendous TPE depth due to regression and so bringing in franchise players such as the Tagaloa's wouldn't be a harmful thing. With the future being so bright for this team, and the youngsters, you could see one, or both of them start on the roster only in a matter of 1-2 seasons after being acquired, in some positions potentially immediately depending on the playbook that is ran. But overall, a good fit for both players, not the 'biggest' fit, but certainly there. 4. NEW YORK HERD (Their logo is obnoxiously large, and won't shrink, so no logo for them lol) CURRENT ROSTER SIZE: 15 CURRENT WR: 2 CURRENT TE: 1 CURRENT LB: 2 CURRENT SAFETIES: 4 A similar situation to the Wolfpack, the NY Herd have a crazy amount of depth in most major positions, but a lot of players are going to begin aging out, and they are somewhat weak in the positions for the future of both my players. With that said, I could easily see either of my guys going here specifically to play LB or WR, mostly due to the fact that those positions are kind of weaker long-term and are also just aging out now, the regression is going to kill them and they don't have a ton of 'back-up' options. Will either one of my guys fall here? Hard to tell, good working relationship with their GM OMD, so it's very possible since he knows the work ethic and commitment of the players. 3. (SEATTLE PREDATORS) CURRENT ROSTER SIZE: 12 CURRENT WR: 0 CURRENT TE: 1 CURRENT LB: 3 CURRENT SAFETIES: 2 When it comes to the Predators, this could be a huge possible destination for my WR/TE hybrid specifically (Maleko) simply because they have no true WR on their team and look to be using some RB's or some other position as relief, and it could be possible to bring in my LB/S hybrid (Fetu) also just simply because a lot of their current roster are not max earners and I do expect my guys to out-earn some players. It also seems like the Predators do need to get a bit younger as some of their older guys are hitting regression or have been in regression for some time and are beginning to drop like flies. 2. (SAN FRANCISO FRENZY) CURRENT ROSTER SIZE: 14 CURRENT WR: 0 CURRENT TE: 0 CURRENT LB: 1 CURRENT SAFETIES: 1 This is where we begin to see some of the 'biggest' fitting teams out there, and we begin with SF. Huddle has made a very offensive team, as 8 of their 14 players are offensive, and a lot of guys are seemingly playing out of position (which is why I show 0 for WR, TE, etc, they have a ton of RB playing very likely out of position). Realistically, the Frenzy AVG APE is quite low which tells me they are in a rebuild/re-tool stage so what better time to bring in some max earning players, right? I'm also very familiar with their GM and their style of GMing so I would have no problem playing there either. Both of my players would be an excellent fit here, and you cannot convince me otherwise lol. 1. (LA REIGN) CURRENT ROSTER SIZE: 10 CURRENT WR: 0 CURRENT TE: 1 CURRENT LB: 2 CURRENT SAFETIES: 2 Did you expect LA to be the #1 spot? Honestly I didn't really expect it myself however it looks like the re-tool continues and they seem to be the team with a) the most roster space and b) the biggest need for my players positions. With the team losing some players to FA, this team has a somewhat low APE AVG and with my guys likely to be around 400 or so TPE, it'll be a good starting point to gain some traction for the team. I am not sure where Spartan's head will be at during draft day, or the quantity of picks they will have during the actual draft, but I wouldn't put it past at least one of my guys landing back to my old stomping grounds. And that's all folks, this is it, Again, this does not mean I expect or 'care' to go to any of these teams over the other remaining teams, this is just an analytic breakdown as to where I could potentially see myself going based on teams needs and future needs. Thanks,
  5. Is this all I have to do to become GM again?
  6. Player Name: Fetu Tagaloa Current Player TPE: 164 Combine TPE: 34 New TPE Total: 198 Player Name: Maleko Tagaloa Current Player TPE: 159 Combine TPE: 34 New TPE Total: 193
  7. https://efl.network/forums/index.php?/topic/21560-khan/&do=findComment&comment=310424 https://efl.network/forums/index.php?/topic/21545-icy/&do=findComment&comment=310425 https://efl.network/forums/index.php?/topic/21537-andrew-berry-ready-to-strike/&do=findComment&comment=310426 https://efl.network/forums/index.php?/topic/21527-jason-grant/&do=findComment&comment=310427 https://efl.network/forums/index.php?/topic/21521-the-goat/&do=findComment&comment=310428
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    The goat

    review: large canvas, good attempt to blend, nice use of render/logo, decent font work, I would've liked to see some extra blending to tie it all together.
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    Jason Grant

    review: this is bomb.com, I love the card feel to it, it's well put together, super clean, this is a nice, nice gfx.
  10. review: 10/10 for creativity haha. would've love to see more blending/stock work done as things just seem slapped on the canvas but funny as hell.
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    Icy

    review: sexy as always, no complaints here.
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    Khan

    review: big canvas, good render work, needs better font placement and MORE stock work
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