McCorn/Cornholio Year 5 Update #4
My, my, what a week can make a difference in real life for EFL players. It was only last week that Wisconsin Brigade cornerback Lester McCorn was finally able to secure his first interception in two years. All of a sudden, McCorn finds himself tied for second in the league with four interceptions and eight for his career. McCorn intercepted Memphis Mambas quarterback Riley Carswell twice in Week 9 and was also able to pick off San Antonio’s Peter LaFleur in Week 8. With 13 pass deflections (also tied for second in the EFL) on the season, McCorn is a prime candidate for CBotY... really?
On the other side of the ball for the same team, Mr. Cornholio has proved himself to be a valuable free agency splash. He is averaging just over 100 receiving yards and a touchdown per game. It’s not just with the ball in his hands that he is a contributor to the team — it’s also his demanding attention from the opposing defensive backs that opens up opportunities for his fellow backs to make plays. After all, look at Goodall “Greg” West... who was unknown last season. he is on pace for a career year, having already picked up 862 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns... along with the Brigade sporting the best record in the league to date.