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  1. damn, HCP fallen a long way, but at least you don't lose to the winless team
  2. game of the week babyyyy. Choo choo let's burn some shark meat boys
  3. holloway really just out here with 18 tackles damn son
  4. What is your favorite color? Gold, the colour of champions. What brought you to the EFL? The creation, lmao. ISFL was still a baby at the time too. I was super interested in finding a good footbal sim league. If you could only spend $50 more, what would you buy? more money How many times do you check the website during the week? it's on my homepage tabs, so like, once. If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go? hell, i hear it's got a warm climate If you could be a character in any movie, what movie would it be? captain america of course, i would be the guy before steve rogers that they denied the serum to Have you ever broken a bone? a few Which season is the best season? 1 If you could speak any other language fluently, what would it be? french, literally can How many days until Christmas at the time of you writing this? less than 365 Is there a certain candle/perfume smell that is absolutely repulsive to you? all of them, just why you gotta make them smell Who would win in a fist fight, @TacticalHammer or @Spartan? @TacticalHammer
  5. Which EFCA team will have the most rushing yards in week 5? Hades Creek Which WR will have the most EFCA receiving yards in week 5 - De'Andre Walker, Randall Kariya, or Mikael Wilhem? Walker Which EFCA team will give up the most points in week 5 - Anchorage Storm, Manchester Lookout, or Grand Rapids Growlers? Growlers Will the total ECFA field goals made for week 5 be - below 12, between and including 12 and 15, or over 15? Over 15 Who wins the Mammoths vs Pirates game? Pirates Will an EFL player crack 140 yards receiving yards in week 5? Yes Which EFL rookie will put up the most all-purpose yards (rushing, receiving, and returning) yards in week 5 of the EFL? Holloway In the Frontier vs Neptune game, which player of these 3 will have the most tackles - Bam Bam, Amina Gunner, or Jabari Spalding? Gunner Will there be a defensive TD in week 5 of the EFL? Yes Who wins the Frenzy vs Wolfpack game? Wolfpack
  6. EFL Predictions Champion: Memphis East Finalist: (New York, Miami, Minnesota, Memphis, Toronto, Wisconsin): Memphis West Finalist: (Denver, Los Angeles, San Antonio, San Francisco, Seattle, New Orleans): New Orleans MVP: Tugg Bote Award: Ja LongArm OPotY: Trey Masters Award: Oscar Jebaseelan DPotY: Chocolate Thunder Award: Zane Montgomery QB: Martin Isaac Award: Vince Carswell RB: Marcus Johnson Award: Oscar Jebaseelan FB: Vestards Mordzinsh Jr. Award: Robert Hunter WR: Colt Cream Award: Henry McDolin TE: Joplo Crittenden Award: Himalaya Griffintown LB: Marcus Holloway Award: Gustav PalpaTurner CB: Ivan Zamora Award: Zane Montgomery S: Ray Ray Foster Award: Ronnie ScrewTheHerd Jr K: Bryce Larkin Award: Mowanabe Bad KR: DeAnderson Sabathia Jr. Award: Dale Cooper Off Rookie: Hunter Slade Award: Cole Kelley Def Rookie: Ben Faeger Award: Luke Holloway GM: Wheaties Memorial: Lefty ECFA Predictions Champion: Athens Heroes Finalist: (Athens, Manchester, Roswell, Sacramento, Savage City, Trenton) Athens Legends Finalist: (Anchorage, Biscayne Bay, Death Valley, Grand Rapids, Hades Creek, Lincoln) Hades Creek Heisman Trophy - MVP: Demetric Kazmeir Leonard Lawson Award - Defensive Player OTY: John Doe Drew McPewPewPew Award - Offensive Player OTY: Twoson Fourside Lance Swift IV Award - Top Offensive Freshman: Count Olaf Shaka Lawal Award - Top Defensive Freshman: BOT BOT283 QB: Teppei Renomitsu Award: Ajax Cole IV RB: Gale Grey Award: Skismai Woakneoa WR: Patrick Kelley Award: Harrison Campbell TE: Fahk-Nahd Memorial Award: Johan Rantanelli FB: Thormund Jakobsen Award: Miles O'Brien LB: Clinton King Award: John Doe CB: Lester McCorn Award: Jay Kae S: Noah Jacobs Award: Rayshad Osling K: Dianna Gunner Award: The Field KR: Nydroj-Abbot Award: The Field Turner Award - Community Service: Siddhus Coach of the Year Award - AD: Spartan
  7. I might have forgot my username. Submitted a few minutes ago
  8. Username: Symmetrik QB: Cole Kelley 3$ RB: Oscar Jebaseelan $7 RB: Xavier Holloway $3 WR: Jakob Markstrom $5 WR: Robert Joseph $4 WR: Henry McDolin $7 TE: Cash Carter $3 K: Lucas Brandt $1 DST: Memphis Mambas $2
  9. any all means we could easily just have the 1 coven. also means there's probably not a jailor but you really keep going on about it
  10. if a coven visited wheaties it was probably hex master very convenient to have 2 pieces of information happen to perfectly coincide on day 1 to catch exactly what happened
  11. We don't have Maf huh? you figured that out on 1 investigation?
  12. Casey Archer surprised everyone with an unexpected retirement, still relatively early in his career. He was a perennial solid cornerback, first with New York and then with Los Angeles. Archer spoke about the effects of football on his home life, and his decision to call it a career. "It was a very tough decision to call it a career. I love playing football. I love playing in front of the home crowd, in my hometown. This is where I grew up, where I know the people on the block. Not just as a player to fans, but to people who have been neighbours, classmates, friends. I was very fortunate to have a great football career in New York, and after that be traded to my home town of Los Angeles. The coaches, teammates, fans I had in New York were excellent. I would have played there as long as they let me. The decision to trade me to LA was a surprise, but something I fell in love with quickly. I could play football at home, around my family. It was that great change that has led me to retirement. I love nothing more than being back home. But being close to people, my parents, friends. They could see the effect that football had had on my body, my mind, my overall health. The physicality of football, we know the effects of concussions, and I can feel it too in my back, my knees too. My kids are young. I want to be there, I want to be an active dad to them. I don't want to be dead by 35 from CTE. I don't want to be struggling to walk when I'm 40. I don't want to live like that. So I'm calling my football career over here. I'm fortunate to have had a pretty good career so far, and to be pretty healthy still, but I'm not going to push that envelope any further. So thank you to the EFL, the New York Herd, and the Los Angeles Reign for giving me a great career. Most importantly, thank you to the fans for many great years."
  13. Logan Crawford was one of the most legendary EFL Quarterbacks. One of the first to stick around in the league for a long time, he played 156 games and came just short of being the first QB to throw for 50,000 yards. Back at the time of retirement, Crawford gave an emotional exit. "The EFL has been a part of my life for so long. I was fortunate to have a very successful career, playing in New York, Los Angeles, and Denver. I've played a lot of football games. Starting back at Alabama, with the Crimson Tide, I learned a lot after watching Martin Isaac lead the team to 3 National Championships. I'm still sad that I couldn't get the 4th one, when I was starting. But I learned so much playing there with Isaac under coach Alec. Then to be selected #1 in the EFL draft, by New York, and they gave me a great start, a great offense to work with. Very fortunate to be considered the best QB, the best offensive player in the league as a rookie. I spent a lot of great years in New York, I wish I could have brought them a championship. The trade to LA was somewhat of a surprise. It was always a struggle in LA, we just couldn't put it together. I certainly wasn't in my prime any more. And then of course, I went to Denver in the expansion draft. I totally get it by that point. I mean, I played terrible in Denver, I wish I could have them a better performance. But I clearly didn't have much left in the tank. Obviously, I've called an end to my football career, so that tells you where my ability was. So LA left me to go in the expansion draft, there was lots of new QBs coming out of the draft. It made a ton of sense for them to move on. I do wish I'd been able to give them some more success in my time there. I'm sad, I don't really know what's going to come over the next while. I know though that I'll miss playing in the EFL every day I'm gone."
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