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  1. KC15

    S18 EFL Week 1

    Sticky Hands gets his first EFL TD - too bad he couldn’t get his first win too!
  2. Username: KC15 QB: Logan Crawford ($7) RB: Boaty McBoatface ($5) WR: Patrick Kelley ($6) WR: Theremin McCracken ($3) WR: Quinton Reeves ($2) FLEX: Danton Howlson ($3) TE: Antonio Gonzalez ($1) K: Mowanabe Bad ($1) DST: San Antonio ($2) Total: $30
  3. KC15

    2/3 - 2/9

    VHL Media Spot +6 TPE
  4. EFL Predictions Champion: San Antonio East Finalist: New York West Finalist: San Antonio MVP: Gavin Rose Offensive Player of the Year: Logan Crawford Defensive Player of the Year: Ian Kelley GMotY: AW QBotY: Logan Crawford RBotY: Boaty McBoatface FBotY: Thormond Jakobsen WRotY: Patrick Kelley TEotY: Johnny Bravo LBoftY: Ian Kelley CBotY: Casey Archer SotY: Jean Christophe KoftY: Cody Smith Returner of the Year: Boaty McBoatface Offensive Rookie of the Year: Oscar Jebaleesen Defensive Rookie of the Year: Rock Lemington NCAA Predictions Champion: Oregon East Finalist: LSU West Finalist: Oregon Heisman Trophy - MVP: Ito Bush Chuck Bednarik Award - Defensive Player OTY: Vivian Allison Tim Tebow Award - Offensive Player OTY: Kim Chi Lance Swift IV Award - Top Offensive Freshman: Diesel Nagurski Shaka Lawal Award - Top Defensive Freshman: Sammo Waddlesworth Davey O'Brien Award -QB: Ja LongArm Doak Walker Award - RB: Ito Bush Biletnikoff Award - WR: Ivan Zamora Jr. John Mackey Award - TE: Himalaya Griffintown Dick Butkus Award - LB: Deiondre Colt Jim Thorpe Award - DB: Thorn Forg Groza Guy Award - K/P: Kicker McKicking Dante Pettis Award-K/P Returner: Thorn Forg Wuerffel Trophy - Community Service : Sharkstrong Coach of the Year Award - AD: Hussy
  5. KC15

    Welfare 1/27 - 2/2

    VHL Media Spot +6 TPE
  6. KC15

    Welfare 1/20-1/26

    VHL Media Spot +6 TPE
  7. I just recently wrote my draft declarations for WR Sticky Hands and LB Honey Bear Lanier, but that was from the perspective of the players. Since I don’t mind reeling in that double TPE for media week, I thought I would write another article looking forward to the upcoming draft, but from my own perspective as a user. First of all, I was not even sure I was going to put my players up for the draft. Well, that’s not entirely true. I had no intention of officially retiring them, but I did not expect to be actually paying attention to the draft as I figured I might just fade into complete IA status feeling a little disconnected from the league. But that has changed lately and I’m actually looking forward to seeing where my players go and eager to start my first season in the EFL. One thing that has me a little more energized about the new season is knowing that I won’t be the threadmaker any longer. It’s not a difficult job and it only takes a maximum of 15 minutes per night and I loved getting the extra 3 TPE per week, but it also became a little annoying. Just when I thought I could turn in for the night, I’d remember I had to stop and take care of the thread. Now that I’m definitely in the draft, I’m starting to think about how the EFL is different from every other sim league of which I am part. It’s only here in the EFL that I have two players at once. I don’t know how I feel about having two players that may go to two different teams. It feels odd that I might have my loyalties split between two different teams – and be in two different locker rooms. Having been in the NCAA three seasons, I can see how two players can be updated simultaneously as most point tasks are one task for both players. But I have trouble keeping up with one LR per player let alone two. I feel I will be active in one and fairly absent in the other. So, do I have a preference where I go? Yes, my first priority would be to go where both of my players can go together. This would avoid my ambivalence just described above. Beyond that, my top three teams in no particular order would be the Memphis Mambas, Seattle Predators, and New York Herd. Why? These are the only three teams that reached out to me and it’s always nice to go to a team that found you worth taking the time to reach out in an email. I’m not going to pout if I go to one of the other 5 teams, but the edge has to go to these 3 teams. The Mambas have the most early picks and are 1-13. I amery familiar with the feelings Mambas players must be experiencing as I spent two seasons with a very weak Notre Dame team before we finally got respectable. Being on a rebuilding team doesn’t scare me and it just might mean more immediate playing time and that’s a big plus. The Herd, at 12-2 is the polar opposite while I might have the closest relationship with @mmflex of the champion Seattle Predators – at least of the three teams who reached out to me.
  8. Date: Friday, January 17, 2020 Time: TBD EST Presenter: @Bushito S17 EFL Championship Game Miami Neptune (7-7) vs. Seattle Predators (10-4)
  9. KC15

    January Lotto

    Extra pick - 51
  10. And this is why they play the games. Never would have though the Neptune could pull it off against a very strong New York squad. Congrats to Miami and good luck in the Championship Game. To New York, condolences. Reminds me of Chiefs getting knocked off my the Texans a year or so ago in the playoffs. But we came back this year and took it to 'em. May you have similar playoff success next year!
  11. Ok, let’s get this out of the way immediately. Yes, I am definitely declaring for the upcoming EFL Draft. I know there were some rumors that I would retire from football altogether, but man, they ain’t happenin’. Football is in my blood and I got a lot of good years ahead of me. I know that there has been some confusion about this, because our …. incompetent agent @KC15 said some crazy …. stuff (can you see me trying on my language, momma?), but ignore that dude. He did us right, Sticky and me, at the beginning of our college career, but he just kept getting weirder and weirder. We’re letting him go this offseason and getting a new agent for our EFL career, so not to worry EFL GMs. So, where would I like to go? Not sure it matters much to me. Most important thing for me is that I’d be most happy being drafted to the same team as my best friend and Notre Dame teammate, WR Sticky Hands. He’s alright for a prima donna offensive player and we’ve known each other since our first days at our prep school, Pembroke Day School, back in Kansas City. Sure, I’d like to know that I was going to get playing time, but as a rookie, I don’t expect or demand it. And I won’t be insulted like Sticky if I go later in the draft, though even he knows that our agent probably is going to make him fall like a rock and he’s resigned to that. Winning or losing team – right now – doesn’t matter much either. I’ve been on both and prefer the latter, but am willing to work with the rest of the guys and our GM to build into the team we want to be. Before I get myself off this dang podium – man, it’s hot up here – I want to thank my AD at Notre Dame @Rockstar for a great 3 years. I really learned a lot from you and I think my game has shown it. And also a shoutout to QB Sarvepally @Siddhus – I don’t usually like QBs as they’ve got bigger egos than Sticky, but you were alright. Maybe we’ll get drafted to the same team in the pros. That would be cool.
  12. There is some scuttlebutt in the league that best friends and Notre Dame teammates, Sticky Hands and Honey Bear Lanier, were going to retire after their last game with Notre Dame and not declare for the draft. This was never on the table in the mine of either player. Sticky Hands has this to say about declaring for the draft, Of course I am declaring for the EFL Draft. What? You think I’m crazy? With 1084 yards receiving I led the league and also tied the league for number of touchdowns with 8. I have a bright future ahead of me and would expect I will go in the first round. (Though the antics of my agent @KC15 make that much less likely. Damn, what a jerk. Note to GMs: I’ll be looking for a new agent here in the offseason, so do not let your opinion of him get in the way of where you place me on your draft board.) Hey, before I go too much further I want to thank my AD at Notre Dame @Rockstar for 3 great years at the school. And don’t worry – I will finish my degree as I promised my mom. Just going to take a little longer as I work in some classes here and there during the EFL offseason. I also want to thank my QB, Siddhu Sarvepally @Siddhus. He was a great captain and defacto assistant AD and a big part of the reason that I did lead the league in yards receiving and touchdowns. So, where do I hope I go in the draft? I’m not that particular about any individual team. League is full of great players and GMs. Winning vs. losing team? Everyone likes to play for a winner, but I’ve been on a successfully rebuilding team and have the intestinal fortitude to weather the leaner years while continuing to work for better times. I will say that Honey Bear and I would love to go to the same team. That would likely increase the odds of our staying active – especially in the LR – immensely. But again, with our doofus agent @KC15, we’ll see if that happens. In any case, good luck to all my fellow draftees. May you start your careers in the best spot for you.
  13. Hey, gotta give it to the 4-10 Tigers. They made it a game for the first 3 quarters even challenging for an upset, but in the end, Canes were just too much to handle. Looks like shoe's on the other foot as the Hurricanes try to take on the powerhouse Trojans for the Championship.
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