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  1. Username: Cornholio QB: Juliet Quebec $5 RB: Clap Trap $6 RB: Dale Cooper $3 WR: Frank Funk $5 WR: PJ Jackson $4 WR: Jeff Downey $4 TE: Raymond Bernard $4 K: Diana Gunner $2 DST: Toronto Skyhawks $2 Total: $ 35 / 35
  2. EFL Predictions Champion: Memphis East Finalist: Memphis West Finalist: New Orleans MVP: Tugg Bote Award: Vince Carswell OPotY: Trey Masters Award: Apollo King DPotY: Chocolate Thunder Award: Thornforg QB: Martin Isaac Award: Peter La Fleur RB: Marcus Johnson Award: Oscar Jebaseelan FB: Vestards Mordzinsh Jr. Award: Robert Hunter WR: Colt Cream Award: Taktischer Vorschlaghammer TE: Joplo Crittenden Award: Himalaya Griffintown LB: Marcus Holloway Award: TJ Dunne CB: Ivan Zamora Award: Mikey 2 Dope S: Ray Ray Foster Award: Jam
  3. Ahh Specriggivi is a 6’5, 250 pound linebacker who is secretly a three-headed monster. The origins of Specriggivi is an interesting one as the trio is a devastating combination of strength, speed and agility. Specriggivi hails from Australia where the three headed monster dominated Aussie Rules Football for most of his adolescence years with an uncanny “farmer’s body,” or in other words - tremendous strength in spite of his otherwise nondescript body. It was there that Specriggivi started to demonstrate his talent and ability to rack up tackles quickly and in a flurry. Lurking for ne
  4. https://sba.today/forums/index.php?/topic/53990-random-sba-franchise-playoff-facts/&tab=comments#comment-887425 +6 SBA
  5. McCorn/Cornholio Offseason 12 Update #2 Lester McCorn is about to embark on his twelfth and final season in the EFL. It's somewhat bittersweet for this long-underrated cornerback who probably could have done more had he moved to a different team when the Wisconsin Brigade's contending window closed and the cupboard barred itself of any assets. But through it all, McCorn was the lone constant for the Brigade at the number one cornerback position (after spending his first few years as the #2 guy behind Champagne Harlotte), which he will assume for one more season. McCorn will also as
  6. Congrats! Still holding out hope that Turner'll eventually return as a regular ol' member
  7. Okay so I'm here to maximize my offseason haul for both Mr. Cornholio and Lester McCorn. Both guys are heading into their twelfth season, which I am 100% certain is their last 'cause I'm breaking the bank to fight regression this year and cannot possibly imagine what they'll look like next season. It was good while it lasted for somebody who's not a max earner here and there were the occasional week where I just claimed +3 here, which really hurt both players' long-term prospects. But yeah, let's get down to talking recreate options. I'm not particularly interested in doing the same position a
  8. Reading through all of these comments (yes, I literally read every one word for word instead of skimming over)... man, it really hits home for me. I'm one of these dinosaurs who's been around for a long time. Literally. If memory serves me correct, I started football sim leagues way back in the RFSL when folks were doing 1K word articles and hammering out a graphic on a weekly basis while simming games on Madden PC. So that really forced me to try to work on my image editing skills (I was a teenager and didn't really have a reason to convince my parents to get Photoshop just so I could do fake
  9. https://sba.today/forums/index.php?/topic/53894-s50-advanced-statistics-leaders/ +6 sba
  10. McCorn/Cornholio Offseason 12 Update #1 Lester McCorn has been relatively quiet this offseason, as per his custom. Instead of testing free agency leading up to what he has declared to be his final season - McCorn signed a one-year deal with the Wisconsin Brigade. This forever cements McCorn’s legacy to the Brigade organization, spending his entire 12-year career with the very same team that drafted him. Not too often do you see players spend that many years with one team, but this has been a rewarding relationship between a long-underrated cornerback and Wisconsin. It is quite a sh
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