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  1. NEW WEEK NEW SIM ATTENDANCE NEW WINS
  2. San Antonio Wolfpack When you think of the city San Antonio, you have to remember the EFL’'s own San Antonio Wolfpack. One of the best in the mix. Being one of the top teams in the Western Conference, the Wolfpack will be looking to comeback this year. They will be guided by Vetran Tight End Matt Saracen, Quarterback Peter La Fluer, Line Backer Amina Gunner and Kicker Mowanabe Bad. These are just a few people who are showing up in a huge way. With two weeks passing by, the Wolfpack started out slow out of the gate with a loss in the preseason and week one. Following those blunders, they picked up their game and earned their first victory over Denver Stream, flexing how dominant they can be when it all comes together. WEEK ONE V The first quarter was brutal for the Wolfpack with the Preds securing two touchdowns within a six minute span. Going to the end of the first half, San Antonio kept the game within seven points. A touchdown by Rookie Running Back Cheeks McIntyre brings the game within one after the missed extra point. Heading into the 4th quarter, it gets a bit spicy with the kickers of both teams trading long field goals. Heading into the final stretch of the game, the Predators come with a long drive to extend the lead by eight points. The Wolfpack receive the ball with three minutes left in the game. First down after first down, San Antonio found their way into the red zone but a couple of unfortunate plays cut their chance at a comeback short. The Wolfpack falls in their home opener 31-23 in a hard fought duel to the end. WEEK TWO V If you wanted to see a game to showcase what the Wolfpack can do when they put it all together, look no further! This game against the Steam was a great showing at all phases of the game. Offensively? La Fleur drops five TDs on the heads of the Steam defense without too much resistance. Cheeks breaks out his second rushing TD in as many games. Four different receivers each recording a receiving touchdown as well. Everyone showed out in the best way on this end. Let's check on the defensive end. Held the Steam RB Brickhouse under 4 yards a carry, forced their QB Crawford to throw three INTs and a player rating under 40, held Denver less than 25 minutes in Time of Possession. Best thing about it is that we haven't talked about the individual players on this side of the field. Rookie Corner Back Jay Cue earns his first professional interception in his stat column. Gunner, Killowe and IsShort also made impact plays throughout the game to keep the Steam offense in check. Special Teams also had plenty of shine with Mowanabe Bad going perfect on extra points (6/6). He did miss a 40 harder earlier but he didn't have to do any punts. That's a W for the Wolfpack if I've never seen one. Final score of this one is the Good Guys coming out on top 45-14. Currently sitting as the 2nd highest score total in a game for any team in the league this season (#1 is the Mambas scoring 59 points on the Neptune). Let us look into a few players who will help them this year majorly. Peter La Fluer (QB) What can be said about Peter that hasn't been said? Seven touchdowns and three interceptions doesn't tell the whole story of his impact. It's clear that he has plenty more in the tank to prove that he's ready to take the league by storm. Amina Gunner (LB) Amina Gunner is a defensive key to the team, 19 tackles, an INT and a sack within the first two games is stellar. She is one of the fastest players on the field. Amina is a veteran in this league that will prove to be a focal point for the opposition to attempt to game plan against. Matt Saracen (TE) The other beast on the offensive side is Matt Saracen. Another fast player with safe hands catching a 39 yard catch last week. He already banked a TD and is looking to improve more to give his team all of the tools to take them to the top. We'll have to see if they can continue this momentum into the next few weeks with the Frenzy, Reign, Kraken and Brigade being their next four games. My prediction is that they'll go 3-1 in this set. Will it come in to fruition? Only one way to find out. Mention: @AW13 @omgitshim @jmoney @HuddleHussy @Molholt ( I know i am late Oof, does not matter, wont claim for tpe)
  3. feels sad to be Storm and WRAITHS cuz they abt to lose #lookout4us
  4. Username: Hooperorama EFL Team(s) wanting to cover: any Why you want this position: Job Pay Any linked examples of EFL/SBA/VHL writing relevant to this application or position: SBA league writer Few Examples Few Examples Few Examples
  5. Username: Hooperorama QB: Gavin Rose (6) RB: Apollo King (3) WR: Asahel (4) WR: Henry McDolin (4) WR: Jadeveon Pierre-Creek (1) FLEX: Oscar Jebaseelan (5) TE: Ay Pee E (3) K: Kicker McKicking (2) DST: Seattle (2)
  6. EFL Predictions Champion: East Finalist: (New York, Miami, Minnesota, Memphis, Toronto, Wisconsin): West Finalist: (Denver, Los Angeles, San Antonio, San Francisco, Seattle, New Orleans): MVP: Tugg Bote Award: OPotY: Trey Masters Award: DPotY: Chocolate Thunder Award: QB: Martin Isaac Award: RB: Marcus Johnson Award: FB: Vestards Mordzinsh Jr. Award: WR: Colt Cream Award: TE: Joplo Crittenden Award: LB: Marcus Holloway Award: CB: Ivan Zamora Award: S: Ray Ray Foster Award: K: Bryce Larkin Award: KR: DeAnderson Sabathia Jr. Award: Off Rookie: Hunter Slade Award: Def Rookie: Ben Faeger Award: GM: Wheaties Memorial: ECFA Predictions Champion: Hades Creek Phalanx Heroes Finalist: Sacremento Venom Legends Finalist: Hades Creek Phalanx Heisman Trophy - MVP: Khalil Carson Leonard Lawson Award - Defensive Player OTY: Stephan Gunnar Drew McPewPewPew Award - Offensive Player OTY: Randall Staubach Lance Swift IV Award - Top Offensive Freshman: Chuck Kinnick Shaka Lawal Award - Top Defensive Freshman: Kasey Tamm QB: Teppei Renomitsu Award: Randall Staubach RB: Gale Grey Award: Khalil Carson WR: Patrick Kelley Award: Jakob Markstrom TE: Fahk-Nahd Memorial Award: Tyson Tripp FB: Thormund Jakobsen Award: Nick Jetson LB: Clinton King Award: Stephan Gunnar CB: Lester McCorn Award: Masood McCauley S: Noah Jacobs Award: David LeBlanc K: Dianna Gunner Award: New Player KR: Nydroj-Abbot Award: Player Two Wuerffel Trophy - Community Service: Tactical Coach of the Year Award - AD: siddhus
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