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  1. 2021 AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE AFC EAST W L PF PA TDS HOME AWAY DIV CON NFC Buffalo (2-5) 1 0 14 10 2 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 Miami (8-2) 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 NY Jets (4-4) 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 New England (2-5) 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Totals: 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 AFC NORTH W L PF PA TDS HOME AWAY DIV CON NFC Baltimore (6-2) 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Cincinnati (3-4) 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Cleveland (2-5) 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Pittsburgh (2-5) 0 1 10 14 1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 Totals: 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 AFC WEST W L PF PA TDS HOME AWAY DIV CON NFC LA Chargers (8-3) 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Denver (4-4) 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Las Vegas (2-5) 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Kansas City (2-5) 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Totals: 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 AFC SOUTH W L PF PA TDS HOME AWAY DIV CON NFC Indianapolis (7-2) 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Tennessee (4-4) 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Houston (1-6) 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Jacksonville (1-6) 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Totals: 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2021 NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE NFC EAST W L PF PA TDS HOME AWAY DIV CON AFC Dallas (5-3) X 1 0 17 13 2 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 Washington (7-3) WC 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 NY Giants (4-3) 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Philadelphia (4-3) 0 1 14 17 2 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 Totals: 1 1 31 30 4 0-0 1-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 NFC NORTH W L PF PA TDS HOME AWAY DIV CON AFC Green Bay (9-1) 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Detroit (6-3) 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Chicago (4-3) 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Minnesota (2-5) 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Totals: 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 NFC WEST W L PF PA TDS HOME AWAY DIV CON AFC LA Rams (6-2) 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Seattle (5-4) 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Arizona (3-4) 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 SF 49ers’ (0-7) 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Totals: 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 NFC SOUTH W L PF PA TDS HOME AWAY DIV CON AFC Atlanta (3-4) 1 0 17 14 2 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 Carolina (4-4) 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Tampa Bay (3-4) 0 1 13 17 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 New Orleans (2-5) 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Totals: 1 1 30 31 3 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 LONG ISLAND EFL WEEK 1 SCHEDULE 17 Dallas Cowboys at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 13 14 Philadelphia Eagles at Atlanta Falcons 17 (PHI-Byars 8-155-2/49TD/ ATL-Riggs 11-264-2/89) 10 Pittsburgh Steelers at Buffalo Bills 14 (BUF-R Brown 2-147-1/100TD) New York Jets at Carolina Panthers Minnesota Vikings at Cincinnati Bengals San Francisco 49ers at Detroit Lions Jacksonville Jaguars at Houston Texans Seattle Seahawks at Indianapolis Colts Arizona Cardinals at Tennessee Titans Los Angeles Chargers at Washington Football Team Cleveland Browns at Kansas City Chiefs Miami Dolphins at New England Patriots Green Bay Packers at New Orleans Saints Denver Broncos at New York Giants Chicago Bears at Los Angeles Rams Baltimore Ravens at Las Vegas Raiders
  2. Thank you so much my brother! Levi came out storming! We're a few weeks behind got to a little bit of a late start with two of our members having covid but we're back in business! Everyone is excited and we can't thank you enough for your support all the time!
  3. LIEFL: WEEK#1 Games: MUCH MORE TO COME IN OUR 50TH! See our Preview Page: https://forum.tudorgames.com/files/category/51-2021-long-island-efl-set-to-kick-off-50th-year-august-1/ NOTES: The very first play of 2021 saw Tampa Bay's Jimmie Giles run back a 100 yard kick return for a TD, but Dallas was in top form storming right back and beating the Bucs on their home turf 17-13! Coach Levi Vick is back with an attitude! 1. (Coach: L.Vick) Dallas Cowboys (1-0) 17 Tampa Bay Bucs (0-1) 13 (Coach: J. Pizz) (TB-Giles KR:3-217-1/100TD, DAL- Smith RU: 8-129-2/28, Owens 3-128-0/57)
  4. LONG ISLAND EFL WILL KICK OFF ITS 50TH ANNIVERSARY WITH A BANG AUGUST 1, 2021 WITH HUGE $$$ PAYDAY ON THE LINE! May 26, 2021. Long Island, New York.May 26, 2021. (Long Island, NY) Welcome! We hope that you are your families are well and thanks for sharing another exciting season with the Long Island Electric Football League! We would love to read all about your leagues as well. We may not ever agree on rules, but we sure will agree on our love and passion for the game. While we have been playing this amazing hobby for 50 years! This season we will be celebrating our 17th Super Bowl, played again down in Coquina Key, St. Petersburg, Florida at the home of New York Yankees Special Advisor to George Steinbrenner, Ray Negron. After an enormous 2020 season, with the Green Bay Packers (9-1) beating the Miami Dolphins (8-3) 52-49 in LIEFL Super Bowl XVI, what a Week #1 line-up for the Long Island EFL! It is stacked with a tremendous fiercely competitive schedule and already, season altering games as we refresh, reboot, and attack the challenges of our 7th consecutive 7-game season format! This season, Long Island Sports Hall of Fame inductee Andrew Slawson, will again be providing debatable weekly analysis this season. The stakes are higher this year in terms of the payout $ pool. There is a $3,200 dollars Super Bowl Pool at stake this year, with funds from league dues matched by USA World Champion Swimmer, Greg Jagenberg. Jagenberg announced that he will also fly the finalist to St. Pete in December for the LIEFL Super Bowl! Coach Ed Viggs has won back-to-back Super Bowls, and he is ready for his three-peat! League Commissioner William O'Connell said, "This will be an amazing season as the world hopefully sees light at the end of the tunnel with Covid. We have come together as an electric football community rooting for each other and all of the hobbyists who play our game." Dallas Cowboys (LIEFL RANK #7) (86-72) Coach: Levi Vick at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (LIEFL RANK #21) (68-90) Coach: Joey Pizz What a game this is going to be with the returning Eastern Division Champion Dallas Cowboys (5-3), taking on a highly competitive Tampa Bay team who finished (3-4) last season. Tampa Bay needs to find ways to finish strong since their last playoff run in 2016. But boy did Jimmie Giles have a 2020 season to remember! Giles finished the season with a whopping (24-1439-9TD/4x100TD) and he had two major touchdowns of 86 against Denver and 88 yards against Atlanta, showing his breakaway speed. That is a lot of offensive firepower for a 16 touchdown team in 2020! Dallas will has a huge challenge ahead of them trying to stop Giles at home, but equally the Bucs will have to come up big on defense trying to stop Terrell Owens and the running game of Emmitt Smith. The Cowboys success in 2020, was in huge part by Owens who broke out with (21-1196-7TD/4x100TD) in 2020, and he had a 595 yard 4 touchdown game in the Wild Card game against the fierce Washington Football Team and Coach Ed Viggs, which Dallas lost 45-37! This should be one of the best games of the week. SLAWSON PREDICTION: The Buccaneers will edge the Cowboys 28-24. Philadelphia Eagles (LIEFL RANK #22) (67-81) Coach: Matt McQueen at Atlanta Falcons (LIEFL RANK#20) (69-89) Coach: Johnny "Freeport Chucker" Another Week#1 tremendous game. Count on fireworks in this game as it will be Eagles sensation Harold Carmichael against one of the best in Hall of Famer Gerald Riggs. These two teams are at a step away from competing in a Super Bowl. After his LIEFL record setting 11 x 100TD's and 1696 all-purpose yards in 2019, Carmichael was figured out last season, but he still had (22-1481-7TD and 6 x100TD)! Make no mistake he is a premiere player in the LIEFL and he will be back for more this season as the Eagles finished (4-3) last season. The Eagles will compete! Compared to Philadelphia, the Atlanta Falcons saw a (3-4) season ultimately collapsing on defense to lose the NFC South to the Panthers and dropping their last game of the season to Tampa Bay. "The Mouth" Johnny Freeport Chucker's Atlanta Falcons keep pressing on, getting better each season on offense. But every season they seem to come up short even though the Chucker brags that this is the year of the Dirty Birds! Let's see what happens this year. Gerald Riggs had 13 touchdowns last season. He is a flat out beast in this league with (88-1773-13TD), and offense isn't the issue for Atlanta. They made some adjustments for 2021 and will play hard. This game will be filled with surprises! Chucker said, "We are tired of watching average coaches win. Coach Viggs is afraid of my Falcons and if he couldn't pass, he wouldn't win in this league, or any league. He is overrated! That $3,200 will pay for a nice down payment for my next car, a Corvette. That is all he has is the pass and the only guy who wants a no stop league because it gives him an advantage. I am not happy with his nonsense of a no stop league. The one-stop makes him have to work harder. We will see who is king this year and trust me, I am performing better in the last few weeks this year than I did last year. That garbage of playing in snow in Green Bay in the Divisional Game was the only thing that stopped my Detroit Lions. Wait and see what Dexter Bussey has in store this year. I may have fallen short last season, but I am really excited for August!" The league has a rule regarding bashing agreed upon rules and Chucker already owes $20 more the unsportsmanlike remarks. SLAWSON PREDICTION: Eagles to upset Atlanta 28-24 and their big mouth coach! Pittsburgh Steelers (LIEFL RANK #6) (92-73) Coach: Paddy Brannigan at Buffalo Bills (LIEFL RANK #13) (77-80) Coach: Billy O'C After their championship run in 2017 winning LIEFL Super Bowl XIII, the competition against the Bills in this league has been matched through the revolving Draft--No one is safe! We thought the Bills would win three straight after OJ Simpson's heightened MVP record setting 623 yard, seven touchdown performance against Detroit, but their dynasty ended after one season. That doesn't mean OJ is thru. In light of a (2-5) season, Simpson still performed with (64-1353-12TD). He is showing up every game and Buffalo will not be walked on. The Bills are switching it up on the kick return game as second year draft, Jay Brown (6-211-1TD) played steady in his rookie season. The Bills will let him have his run to make this a two-spot offense! The Steelers will have their hands full with Simpson, and the Bills will come in like a storm in the AFC East to compete for the title again in 2021 with a few tweaked players. The Steelers have been building for four seasons and they have to compete harder on the road in order to take on the Ravens in the AFC North. The "Bus" Jerome Bettis will see the ball on almost every carry until Pittsburgh gets into a zone. The Steelers finished with a disappointing (2-5) record last season. They have some powerful draft picks at Linebacker, so let's see what happens in 2021. SLAWSON PREDICTION: Buffalo 21-Pittsburgh 14 New York Jets (LIEFL Rank #25) (60-81) Coach: Joey Pizz at Carolina Panthers (LIEFL RANK #29) (33-34) Coach: Matt McQueen What a game this will be! The Jets finished very strong at (4-4) last season making it to the playoffs losing a hard-fought battle to the Chargers in the Wild Card Game 52-27. These Jets are on the rise. They never quit in that game against a superior opponent, but lets see if they can correct the mistakes and win the AFC East in 2021! This is another great matchup in week #1 and the LIEFL. Both Wesley Walker (21-916-3TD) and Le'Veon Bell (28-435-5TD) brought the offense against the Chargers. Bell had 98 yards rushing against the powerhouse Chargers front three, with two touchdowns, and Walker lit it up with 503 yards and a hundred yard touchdown! Never count these Cinderella Jets out! The Panthers have been a fierce competitor for the last three seasons as back to back NFC finalist, losing to the Los Angles Rams both times. Carolina is just one or two players away from going to a Super Bowl. The Panthers DeShaun Foster (46-574-10TD), is next to impossible to stop, and of course who can forget Greg Jones (18-938-2TD), who has been a beast for the Panthers in the past two seasons as he has risen to stardom in the league. This duo are a wrecking crew! Carolina won the division for the third straight season at (4-4) losing a close battle to Detroit in the Wild Card Game 37-34! SLAWSON PREDICTION: Panthers in a war for week one 17-14. Minnesota Vikings (LIEFL RANK #8) (84-79) Coach: Joey Pizz at Cincinnati Bengals (LIEFL RANK#26) (54-84-1) Coach: Johnny Freeport Chucker Both of these teams are highly competitive, and both fell short of making the playoffs last season. Vikings running back Adrian Peterson earned (56-1247-8TD) all-purpose yards and Peterson had 308 yards rushing. The defense for Minnesota (2-5) was solid, but they could only muster up two wins in that fierce NFC North Division with the Packers, Lions, and Bears being so competitive. After winning Division titles in 2016, 2017, and 2018, the draft has caught up in the North with the Vikings rebuilding. The Bengals (3-4) are tricky to predict. They had a great upset against the Chargers last season in week one and then they fizzled out. All-Pro Icky Woods played big with (53-546-5TD) rushing yards, and Chad Ocho Cinco Johnson (20-1018-4TD), set a team record for yards and touchdowns by tearing up the AFC North with surprises with 184 yards and two touchdowns against the Chargers and five hundred yard games, including 834 yards on kick returns for Cincinnati. The matchups should be fantastic with 4 time All-Pro Brian Blados at tackle for the Bengals facing tough Carl Eller and Jared Allen. The two teams have not met in years. It should be an interesting season with the NFC North playing the AFC North. SLAWSON PREDICTION: Bengals 10-7. San Francisco 49ers (LIEFL RANK #17) (66-76) Coach Ed Viggs at Detroit Lions (LIEFL RANK#16) (72-74) Coach: Johnny Chucker What a game this will be! Forget last season. It was a fluke for San Francisco (0-7) with bad breaks, positioning, and mistakes, Coach Viggs swears his 49ers will be bold in the West this season. He says the Rams are a great team but he will do for the 49ers what he did with his Packers last season and he will do it without talk. The 49ers did not win a game last year and they earned the top draft picks this season. There's nothing wrong with that 49er football team other than bad luck last season. The 49ers will be back strong, but the Lions also improved and have been competitive for the last five straight seasons turning the entire franchise around. What a matchup between the 2019 record setting Ricky Watters and LIEFL Hall of Famer Dexter Bussey. Watters rushed for (49-587-8TD) in 2020, and the superstar Bussey (55-1863-16TD) was a beast again for the (6-3) Lions! He keeps getting better and better as the league standards get vetted and better. Bussey rushed for 471 yards and he had another 1322 yards with six 100 kick returns for touchdowns in 2020. The snow game against the Packers in the Divisional playoff game killed the Lions shot at a title. This will be a high-powered offensive game and what a Week#1 matchup. SLAWSON PREDICTION: Lions 31-49ers 28. Nobody is beating Detroit on their home turf and Detroit will win the Division. Seattle Seahawks (LIEFL RANK#27) (54-103) Coach Paddy Brannigan at Indianapolis Colts (LIEFL RANK#15) (74-90) Coach: Billy O'C What a terrific week one matchup between these two 2020 playoff teams. The Hawks played spectacular last season with major upsets on the road against Philadelphia, Miami, the LA Rams and they lost 24-22 in the Divisional playoff game against Coach Ed Viggs Washington Football Team, but what a season it was! Marshawn Lynch (49-1332-11TD) had an unforgettable season, including a 672 yard 3 touchdown performance with two hundred yard TD returns against Coach Billy O'C's two-time LIEFL Super Bowl Champion Rams, knocking them out of the playoffs for the first time in three seasons in the Wild Card Game 51-45 in the upset of the tournament in OT! Lynch's outstanding season earned the Seahawks some serious respect as a contender in this league under the great coaching of Paddy Brannigan. Billy O'C's Colts (15-6) the past three seasons finished a strong (7-2) in 2020, but they came up short with a 30-22 Divisional Championship game loss to the Chargers. They brought a competitive war with star running back Joseph Addai (74-1654-10TD), who is one of the top five backs in the LIEFL. Another phenomenal game for week one. O'C says no more disappointments for this Colts team. They gained lots of lessons against the Chargers after pummling the Broncos in the playoffs. They'll be back! SLAWSON PREDICTION: Colts 14-Seahawks 10 Arizona Cardinals (LIEFL RANK#23) (67-93) Coach: Kevin Maloney at Tennessee Titans (LIEFL RANK#21) (25-22) Coach Kevin Maloney (Joe Bino will be the alternate coach for this game). Every season the Cardinals (3-4) start off explosive only to weaken towards the end of the season. They fell apart last year somehow after losing the last 4 out of five games. This year we think the Cardinals will have a different run. They have too many weapons to bow down to a very tough and challenging Titan team. The big back Otis Anderson (53-439-6TD) is tough to bring down, and the Cards have weapons in Mel Gray (17-966-4TD), and Larry Fitzgerald (5-312-2TD). The Titans (4-4) showed lots of promise last year and they will come out fighting as they usually do taking the South by storm. These Titans have had a great run, losing to Miami in the AFC Wild Card Game 42-20 in 2020. They are stacked with talent with a front three anchored by All-Pro Bruce Matthews. Eddie George had a decent season (49-369-6TD) and the cornermen Brandon Jones (13-510-0TD) and Eron Kinney (10-465-5TD) kept the Titans competitive and filled with surprises. Kinney exploded in Week#1 against Denver with 268 yards and three touchdowns, but he also had touchdowns in big spots against Detroit and Houston. SLAWSON PREDICTION: Titans 21-Cardinals 14 Los Angeles Chargers (LIEFL RANK#11) (81-71) Coach: Ed Viggs at Washington Redskins Football Team (LIEFL RANK#2) (107-67) Coach: Ed Viggs (Alternate Coach Joe Bino will play this game). As if the matchups couldn't get any better in Week#1 of the LIEFL, two more terrific playoff teams from the AFC and NFC will be one of the most competitive and watched games of the week. The Chargers (8-2) bring it just like Washington (7-3), and in three seasons Los Angeles has been a force losing such close games against the Bills in 2019, and Miami last season in the AFC Championship Game 32-27, but don't be fooled by their loses. They have won 17 games in the past three seasons! The Chargers will compete for a Super Bowl after losing LIEFL Super Bowl XIV 31-28 to the Los Angeles Rams. This game features the elite players and best rated coach of the league in the steady and cool Wall Street Guru, Ed Viggs--the guy everyone wants to beat! We already know the two running backs playing in this game are next to unstoppable in LaDanian Tomlinson (64-1640-13 TD) and Washington's Tony Green (62-1190-7TD), and both defenses are outstanding with fierce front line matchups. SLAWSON PREDICTION: Chargers 20-WTF 17 in the upset! Cleveland Browns (LIEFL RANK#14) (75-72) Coach: Matt "Zoo-York" McQueen at Kansas City Chiefs (LIEFL RANK#19) (68-88) Coach: Matt McQueen, but Joe Bino will be the alternate coach seeing the action. Of all the games in week one this one might be the most unpredictable in two of the most disappointing teams in the Browns (2-5) and Chiefs (2-5). One thing the Browns have is a defense. In fact one of the best in the AFC allowing a AFC third best 83 points in 2020. On offense they were abysmal with only 64 points landing them dead-last in the LIEFL. Coach McQueen needs to fix this fast. The Browns went from the #1 Seeded team in 2017 to a team sinking. They had a few bright spots in Mike Pruitt (27-223-4TD) who did most of the rushing in the last three games of the 2020 season and of course, Jim Brown (37-1126-4TD), who came thru on kick returns and set-ups. The Browns defense comes to play, but we have to see some improvement in their offense. The Chiefs with elite running back Priest Holmes (49-468-7TD), are rebuilding yet again for the 4th straight season. Let's see how Holmes makes his way into the first three weeks of the season as the Chiefs rebound from another losing season. 2019 draft, Tyreek Hill (13-650-1TD) has to have a breakout year in order for this Kansas City team to compete. This one will be close. SLAWSON PREDICTION: Chiefs 17-Browns 14 Miami Dolphins (LIEFL RANK#1) (151-37) Coach: Billy O'C and New England Patriots (LIEFL RANK#24) (64-82) Coach: Levi Vick Is this Miami's year after back to back LIEFL Super Bowl loses? Let's see if the Patriots can handle fury of Miami. The Miami Dolphins (8-3) played a great game against Green Bay in last year's Super Bowl, but these division matchups are always a huge challenge. The Patriots have rebuilt and their plan is to take back the east. Nobody is stopping the Dolphin defense who outplayed the AFC last season. Jason Taylor, and Larry Little will be pushed with two great tackles in AJ Duhe and Manny Fernandez this year, and their mentor Bob Kuechenberg will lead the charge. Mercury Morris (54-611-11TD) is back to compete with LaDanian Tomlinson for another rushing title, and superstar Mark Duper (18-1007-2TD) will set up Morris on the offense. New England (2-5) had their most difficult season since 2008 losing to Miami twice and they lost in an upset at home to the Jets 17-14 which cost them a shot at the post-season. The Pats have one of the best players in the AFC in starting Pro Bowl tight-end Rob Gronkowski (22-1254-3TD), so they need to challenge early on and beat the Dolphins at home to stay in this race. Every game counts big! SLAWSON PREDICTION: Miami will upset New England 20-17. Green Bay Packers (LIEFL RANK#4) (95-76) Coach: Ed Viggs at New Orleans Saints (LIEF RANK#12) (80-74) Coach: Kevin Maloney The Packers (9-1) were the best team in the LIEFL last season. They proved that because of the stellar strategic coach of Ed Viggs who walked away with the prize. Nobody could have predicted the season Green Bay would have in 2020 and big-play stars emerged From Jim Taylor and Reggie White to Ray Nitschke and Sterling Sharpe, the Packers were 6-0 up until their loss to Chicago. Sharpe had a perfect performance in the game against Miami with 11-530-4 touchdowns, including the game winning 100 yard run back to win the game with seconds left of the last possession of the game to earn him the Super Bowl XVI MVP award as Sharpe reached stardom and respect in the league! The Packers found a way to win nine games last season including their winning their first ever LIEFL Super Bowl in three tries with their win over Miami. They dominated the league on defense and when it came time to perform on the biggest stage of the playoffs Coach Viggs stepped up with a game plan to beat the elite teams in both leagues. The Packers made huge statements and stepped up! Coach Viggs traveled the road less known for the past two seasons and this coach wants the big prize. The Saints (2-5), suffered tough losses in 2020 losing five out of their last six games of the season. The bright spot for New Orleans was Reggie Bush (59-1305-6TD). will be ready for the rebuild saints. Never count the Packers out SLAWSON PREDICTION: Packers 14-Saints 7 in the upset! Denver Broncos (LIEFL RANK#3) (105-64-1) Coach: Paddy Brannigan New York Football Giants (LIEF RANK#9) (83-73) Coach: Joey Pizz What a come back season for the once elite Broncos (4-4) and what a devastating season it was for the tough Giants (4-3) in 2020. For the first time in 20 years the Broncos made it to the playoffs losing to the high-octane Indianapolis Colts 27-10, but these Broncos led by the LIEFL leading rusher Terrell Davis (58-1924-15TD+8 100TD) had an explosive breakout year. Davis and the Broncos will show up again to wreak havoc! They will need all the firepower they can get against the Giants because the Giants will play angry this year after being knocked off in the last game of the season losing Dallas in a tremendous loss 21-17upset forcing them out of the playoffs last season. The tandem of Saquon Barkley (42-505-8TD) and Odell Beckham (15-894-4TD) had some huge performances as they lit up the NFC East as the Giants just missed the playoff run. Beckham had an amazing three hundred yard touchdown performance against Cincinnati with 376 yards in that game for New York and Barkley consistently caused problems for defenders. Another amazing week 1 matchup. It's very tough to win on the road in this league but the elite teams are able to do it and the broncos are trying to get to that level. SLAWSON PREDICTION: Giants 21-14 In a battle but it won't be easy. Chicago Bears LIEFL RANK#5) (94-66) Coach: Paddy Brannigan at Los Angeles Rams (LIEFL RANK#10) (82-82) Coach Billy O'C What another amazing Week#1 matchup! The Chicago Bears (4-3) were one of the most exciting teams in 2020 and they are back big with their star Willie Gault (23-1340-6TD) leading the offense behind a wall of Bears! The Bears were just shy of making the playoffs and the Rams were upset in the first round by the Seahawks 51-45 in OT after wining back-to-back LIEFL Super Bowl's. Watch for these Rams to return right back to the form that they were in last season as they battle for another division title and Super Bowl. Rams running back Wendell Tyler (62-651-10TD) had a great year and The "Reverend" Isaac Bruce (27-1415-6TD) is unstoppable with that Fab-5 line. Los Angeles is still a major threat and a force to be reckoned with in the LIEFL. They are still the team to beat! SLAWSON PREDICTION: Rams 28-Bears 21 Baltimore Ravens (LIEFL RANK #28) (35-30) Coach: Johnny Freeport Chucker at Las Vegas Raiders (LIEFL RANK#17) (72-80) Coach: Kevin Maloney A mixed bag on this one. It doesn't matter what anyone says, the Raiders (2-5) won't be the same away from the projects of Oakland and the mean streets of Raider Nation. They've changed and they have been on the brink of trade in this league. Billy O'C wants the Raiders back and is willing to trade his Buffalo Bills to obtain the Raiders, but Maloney wants either Miami or the Rams. As usual five time LIEFL Raiders All-Pro end Dave Casper (25-1284-5TD), was a beast in 2020 and can he get any better in 2021? Will the Raiders improve at Linebacker? We shall see if their offseason work makes them a contender against a powerhouse Baltimore team in their opener. The Ravens had a terrific year in 2020 only to be upset by their rival Miami in the AFC Divisional Game 52-46! Coach Johnny Freeport Chucker was beyond emotional and was even fined after the game the playoffs after tossing Miami's Mercury Morris. This guy continues to be the league bad boy. Nevertheless his Ravens looked sharp with LIEFL All-Pro Derrick Mason (19-1203-4TD) and he crushed it on returns with 595 yards along with four touchdowns against Miami in that loss. He is such a bigtime player! a stellar season. The Ravens also have an enormous line which paves the way for All-Pro running back Jamal Lewis (55-568-11TD) who made this team so good in 2020. The Ravens have to come up big this season in the tough spots in order to make their move as an elite team! SLAWSON PREDICTION: Ravens on the road 21-17!
  5. Thank you so much my brother! In a few weeks we will pick a favorite to win it all! I think it's going to be the Los Angeles Chargers or Los Angeles Rams! And late July it'll be time to talk electric football again!
  6. Hugs and handshakes to all our electric football Brothers and sisters! The Long Island electric football league will kick off its 50th season in August after an amazing 20/20 season. We also want to congratulate our United Brothers of electric football worldwide for keeping the tradition alive. We especially would like to thank the innovative ideas of Chris LeMay for his national electric football museum initiative. For those of you who follow our league there was quite an argument about the league becoming a no stop League. Our league moves the ball very fast as it is with only one stop and no turns along with 40 second setups. Like most leagues this means a coach has to think very fast on their feet and make split second decisions. On Monday the league voted down a zero stop League which would mean that if you're going to pass the football the game does not stop you have to do it on the fly. The league also voted down the 35 second setup rule with no turns. We will remain a 40 second setup with no turns. After last year's spectacular super bowl of the Green Bay Packers defeating the Miami dolphins 52-49, the league is now putting together their seven game schedule. And if you follow our league on our page our draft went beautifully and it should be a tremendous 2021 season. Coach Ed Viggs has won back-to-back super bowls in the Long Island electric football league. Coach Viggs said, "We are ready to roll in late July I will start having a few practices to get my teams warmed up and play each other so that we can get ready for an exciting 2021 season." Because we had poor readership last season in trying to share what we think is a terrific League with a full spectrum of details and statistics along with other data and records, the Long Island electric football league will not be doing game write-ups. It was an enormous undertaking and we probably should have done that for the 50th season rather than the 49th. Nevertheless for those of you who did read about our league our whole and sole purpose was to keep the game that we all love alive. We really loved reading about your leagues. It was so exciting see that people actually give a darn about this hobby at such high levels. So stay tuned as the Long Island electric football league resumes August 1st.
  7. Love the write-ups it's excellent that you have the passion for the game keep them coming
  9. NFC DEFENSE PA NFC RANK Green Bay 52 1 Indianapolis 64 2 Washington 76 3 Tennessee 78 4 Cleveland 83 5 Miami 88 6 Kansas City 92 7 Baltimore 95 8 Carolina 100 9 Pittsburgh New Orleans 101 10 LA Chargers 102 11 LA Rams 103 12 Seattle 104 13 NY Giants 106 14 Dallas Philadelphia 109 15 Las Vegas Cincinnati Arizona 110 16 Detroit Chicago New York Jets 111 17 Jacksonville 112 18 Buffalo 113 19 Houston 114 20 Minnesota 116 21 New England 117 22 Tampa Bay 120 23 San Francisco Atlanta Denver 124 24
  11. SLAWSON'S CORNER--FINAL RANKINGS DECEMBER 28,2020 1. GREEN BAY PACKERS (9-1) NFC 2. MIAMI DOLPHINS (8-3) AFC 3. LOS ANGELES CHARGERS (8-2) AFC 4.WASHINGTON FOOTBALL CLUB (7-3) NFC 5. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (5-4) NFC 6. DETROIT LIONS (6-3) NFC 7. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (7-2) AFC 8. LOS ANGELES RAMS (6-2) NFC 9.DALLAS COWBOYS (5-3) NFC 10. BALTIMORE RAVENS (6-2) AFC 2020 ALTERNATE COACH: JOE "BINO" 2020 LIEFL W L Career Record as of 2019 Billy “OC” Los Angeles Rams-NFC Buffalo Bills-AFC Miami Dolphins-AFC Indianapolis Colts-AFC 22 11 (403- 286) (8 X LIEFL Champ) FIRST 400 GAME WINNER! 11/28/20 Ed “THE GOAT" VIGS Washington Football-NFC San Francisco 49ers-NFC Green Bay Packers-NFC Los Angeles Chargers-AFC 23 11 (380- 325) (3 X LIEFL Champ) Johnny “Freeport-Chucker” Atlanta Falcons-NFC Detroit Lions-NFC Baltimore Ravens-AFC Cincinnati Bengals-AFC 18 11 (229- 276) T-1 (2016 LIEFL Champ) Joey Pizz Tampa Bay Buccaneers-NFC New York Giants-NFC Minnesota Vikings-NFC New York Jets-AFC 13 16 (322-345) 2000 NFC Champion Paddy Brannigan (Shares Saints at times with "MAC") Seattle Seahawks-NFC Chicago Bears-NFC Denver Broncos-AFC Pittsburgh Steelers-AFC 14 19 (349- 325) T-1 (2 x LIEFL Champ) Matt “ZOO-YORK "McQueen Carolina Panthers-NFC Philadelphia Eagles-NFC Kansas City Chiefs-AFC Cleveland Browns-AFC 12 16 (1995 NFC Champ) (243-271) Kevin “Mac” (Shares Saints at times with Brannigan) New Orleans Saints-NFC Arizona Cardinals-NFC Las Vegas Raiders-AFC Tennessee Titans-AFC 10 16 (2 X LIEFL Champ) (322-338) Levi “Vick” Dallas Cowboys-NFC New England Patriots-AFC Jacksonville Jaguars-AFC Houston Texans-AFC 9 18 ROOKIE (9-18) 2021 LIEFL DRAFT: 200 Player Base Bottoms "POOL" #1-San Francisco (0-7) (Gets top 4) #2-Jacksonville (1-6)(Gets Next Top 3) #3-Houston (1-6) #4-Cleveland (2-5) #5-Pittsburgh (2-5) #6-Minnesota (2-5) #7-Buffalo (2-5) #8-Kansas City (2-5) #9-Las Vegas (2-5) #10- New England (2-5) Long Island Population: 7.65 Million Long Island Electric Football League ALL-TIME TEAM WINS and Historical Rankings team by team. (All records are up-to-date as of December 28, 2020). LIEFL TIER I ELITE TEAMS ALL-TIME BASED ON WINS 1. AFC-MIAMI DOLPHINS 151-37 ( Long Island EFL Super Bowl I, Super Bowl III, Super Bowl IV, Super Bowl V, Super Bowl VI, and Super Bowl IX Champions. Also an additional 23-0 in Tournament Play, Big East 32-Team "THROWBACK" New York City Freestyle Tournament Champ, 2X-Christmas Tournament 20-Teams Champ, 2X-16-Team Tampa Bay Shaker Tournament Champ). AFC CHAMPION 1983-84, 1992, 2000, 2019, 2020. 2. NFC-WASHINGTON REDSKINS 107-67 Long Island EFL Super Bowl VII Champions, NFC CHAMPIONS 1980-81 3. AFC-DENVER BRONCOS 105-64-1 4. NFC-GREEN BAY PACKERS 100-76 NFC CHAMPIONS 1974-75, 1978, SUPER BOWL XVI CHAMPION 5. NFC-CHICAGO BEARS 94-66 Long Island Super Bowl II, Super Bowl XI Champions, NFC CHAMPIONS 1976-77 LIEFL TIER II TEAMS ALL-TIME 6. AFC-PITTSBURGH STEELERS 92-73 7. NFC-DALLAS COWBOYS 86-72 (1-0 in Tournament Play vs. World Championship of Electric Football Miggle Toys Qualifier-LIEFL Dallas Cowboys beat Chicago Bears 21-7!) 8. NFC-MINNESOTA VIKINGS 84-79 9. NFC-NEW YORK GIANTS 83-73 NFC CHAMPIONS 2008 10. NFC-LOS ANGELES RAMS 82-82 Long Island Super Bowl Champion XIV, Super Bowl XV Champions TIER III TEAMS ALL-TIME 11. AFC-LOS ANGELES CHARGERS 81-71 AFC CHAMPIONS 2018 12. NFC-NEW ORLEANS SAINTS 80-74 Long Island Super Bowl VIII Champions, NFC CHAMPIONS 1978-79 13. AFC-BUFFALO BILLS 77-80 Long Island Super Bowl Champion XIII, 1981 Denver "Mile High" Invite Tournament Champion 14. AFC-CLEVELAND BROWNS 75-72 15. AFC-INDIANAPOLIS COLTS 74-90 TIER IV TEAMS ALL-TIME 16. NFC-DETROIT LIONS 72-74 Long Island Super Bowl XII Champions, NFC CHAMPIONS 2017 17. AFC-OAKLAND RAIDERS 72-80 2008 Long Island Super Bowl XII Champions 18. NFC-SAN FRANCISCO 49ers 66-76 NFC CHAMPIONS 1982 19. AFC-KANSAS CITY CHIEFS 68-88 20. NFC-ATLANTA FALCONS 69-89 TIER V TEAMS ALL-TIME 21. NFC-TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS 68-90 22. NFC-PHILADELPHIA EAGLES 67-81 NFC CHAMPIONS 1995 23. NFC-ARIZONA CARDINALS 67-93 24. AFC-NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS 64-82 AFC CHAMPIONS 2016 25. AFC-NEW YORK JETS 60-81 (New York City 32-Team "Throwback" Tournament Champion 08') 26. AFC-CINCINNATI BENGALS 54-84-1 27. NFC-SEATTLE SEAHAWKS 54-103 28. AFC-BALTIMORE RAVENS 35-30 29. NFC-CAROLINA PANTHERS 33-34 30. AFC-JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS 26-31 31. AFC-TENNESSEE TITANS 25-22 32. AFC-HOUSTON TEXANS 21-26
  12. We tried to go all out with the newsletter, the game build up, and the post game but the Green Bay Packers are only the second team since 2008 to win nine games and in this league we feel that's a really hard thing to do. It was hard to watch Miami lose on the last play of the game. The only team that Green Bay lost to was the Chicago bears and I predict that the bears will go five and two next season they are another one of those teams who have really benefited from the draft.
  13. Thank you so much my brother! I have to say those Green Bay Packers are pretty incredible they had the magic touch and you got to give credit when credit is due! That was a terrific Super bowl it reminded me of the 2008 Super bowl between the raiders and the Giants that we had when Dave Casper started the game with 100-yard kick return and then he ended the game with 100-yd kick return to win the game in overtime! But we could not stop Sterling Sharpe and he deserved all the credit in the world because what he did was magical! the first time ever that Green Bay won a Super bowl in our league and I can't thank you enough for giving us the recognition in the museum and we will be forever grateful to you. We are thinking about making a Facebook page or if you don't mind we could just post on your page but then we'd have to have an account and none of us have accounts LOL
  14. STERLING SHARPE UNSTOPPABLE AS PACKERS BEAT DOLPHINS IN LIEFL SUPER BOWL XVI THRILLER 52-49! Long Island Electric Football League Super Bowl XVI MVP Green Bay Packers Sterling Sharpe (Above) runs back his electrifying game winning 100 yard touchdown run as Green Bay went on to win their first ever LIEFL Super Bowl 52-49, in one of the most thrilling and intense championship games of all-time! Sharpe finished the day with a heroic 530 all-purpose yards, with four touchdowns, including two 100 yard touchdown runs! December 27, 2020. Coquina Key Florida. It has been an amazing year for the Long Island Electric Football League. Super is the right word for the 50 carries 1393 total yards, and 12 action packed touchdowns scored between the now AFC Miami Dolphins (8-3), and the underdog NFC Green Bay Packers (9-1), in Long Island Electric Football League's Super Bowl XVI, between two of our best coaches! Green Bay's Sterling Sharpe walked away with LIEFL-Super Bowl XVI MVP honors! Sharpe shined as he lit up the scoreboard with a historic 530 total yards, with four touchdowns, two of them for 100 yards, including the game winning, thrilling 100 yard touchdown with 29 seconds left in the game, with the Packers trailing 49-46, with no timeouts left for Miami, beating the Dolphins 52-49 in a thunderous, roaring Super Bowl! The game was intense and exhilarating! It was filled with roars, and huge surprises as Sharpe and the Packers were just as magical as the Miami Dolphins career in this league. LIEFL host Ray Negron said, "It was Green Bay's night, and any league that can last 49 years in a hobby is a night to be respected." LIEFL-Coach Ed Viggs (23-11), walked away with a $750 payday, a ring, and he will receive a trophy as well for the second straight year after this memorable and incredible game over Coach Billy O'C (22-11)! They say, "The third time is a charm" but the Green Bay Packers and Coach Ed Viggs have taken criticism all season long regarding his Packers. Viggs silently did his talking on the scoreboard by not backing down an inch to a high-octane offense against my Dolphins. He played absolutely flawless!" Green Bay scored just 74 points this season, so what happened and how did they pull this off? Coach Ed Viggs said, "Sorry, I don't give my strategies away, but never think anything is impossible, and that goes for life too. These coaches trashed my team all year long and that motivated me more than you know for this game. These Packers put on a clinic tonight in how to win the biggest game of their career, how about that Sterling Sharpe? Hooyah!" What an exciting opening kickoff as Green Bay's Sterling Sharpe, the NFC Championship Game MVP, picked up where he left off last game, this time returning the ball 85 yards to the Miami 15-yard line to open the game for Green Bay! Miami's defense stood tall on first down, stopping running back Packers running back Terdell Middleton, pushing him back 15 yards on the first two two plays, but on third down big Jim Taylor, the unsung hero found an open field and scored a 30-yard touchdown on a pass from Aaron Rodgers, to give Green Bay the lead 7-0 with 9:13 left to go in the first quarter! The energy was buzzing in Coquina! The excitement was overwhelming as AFC Championship Game MVP Mark Duper opened the Dolphins scoring drive with a hundred yard kick return to ignite Super Bowl XVI, tying the score at 7-7, with 7:58 remaining in the first quarter! Holy Cow! What a run! WOW! WOW! After a gorgeous 54-yard kick return by Sterling Sharpe, fullback Jim Taylor on first down ran the ball 46 yards into the end zone to give Green Bay the lead 14-7, with 4:47 left to go in the first quarter and the Packers are on fire! Miami is in for a game as the Green Bay offense came to finish off what they started last week against Washington! Coach Viggs must have saw something in the Dolphins game last week against the Chargers because he's taking advantage of any soft spot he can find, and while many Fernandez is an excellent player Green Bay's All-Pro defensive tackle, Forrest Gregg out-schooled Fernandez by trapping him inside the line on that last play while Taylor ran outside for the touchdown. What a great play and great coaching! Mark Duper blazed 61 yards downfield on the ensuing kickoff as the two minute warning sounded for Miami at the 39 yard line of Green Bay. On first down Mercury Morris ran 19 yards to the Green Bay 19-yard line, and Morris was hit hard by Packers All-Pro linebacker Ray Nitschke, who's had an amazing year making himself a fiercely respected player in the NFC. What a great atmosphere to play a game in, especially a Super Bowl! To begin the second quarter, the Green Bay defense kicked in as the Dolphins lost five yards on the play. After being stopped on first and second down, quarterback Dan Marino hit Mercury Morris on a 29-yard slant pass for a touchdown to tie the game at 14-14, with 11:39 remaining in the half! On the next kickoff for Green Bay, Sterling Sharpe returned the ball for 35 yards. Miami stopped Jim Taylor on the first two runs, but on third down, Middleton was wide open on a great pass by Rodgers, after the Packers lost almost 20 yards, and Middleton blazed 74 yards downfield to the Miami 13yard line with 5:30 remaining in the half! What an explosive play! On first down Middleton failed to pick up any rushing yardage and on second down he was stuffed six yards behind the line of scrimmage, caught in the backfield by Miami defender Mark Clayton at the Dolphins 22-yard line, with 2:32 remaining in the half. The excitement was endless. On an absolutely amazing play Aaron Rodgers threw a rocket into the end zone to a wide open Sterling Sharpe for the touchdown! Coach Viggs and the Packers explode on the Dolphins! go for a two-point conversion. After the Jim Taylor two-point conversion from two yards away Green Bay took the lead 22-14 with 1:21 remaining one of the best first half's of the playoffs! Miami called their first time out of the half with one more remaining. On the kick return Jim Taylor and Sterling Sharpe, the two rising Stars for the Packers, saved the day tackling Mark Duper with an open field ahead of him at the 38-yard line as Miami called their last time out of the half with one minute remaining. The next play for Miami was spectacular! Mercury Morris broke free at the Dolphins 38-yard line on a pass from Marino taking it 62 yards into the end zone for a Miami touchdown! And from two yards away, Dolphins fullback Larry Csonka scored to tie the game 22-22, with 20 seconds left and Green Bay called their first time out, with one remaining. As time was running out Sterling Sharpe returned a 35 yard kickoff. And with 11 seconds left Green Bay called their last time out! Sharpe caught a 9-yard pass from Rodgers as time ran out with a score tied 22-22 at the half. In the LIEFL, coaches are not allowed to kick a field goal beyond 60 yards, and time ran out on the Packers in order to do that after the catch. What an amazing first half of football with the score, Miami 22-Green Bay 22! The first half was perfect! It was very exciting with the two teams about evenly matched. Jim Taylor came up big for the Packers scoring two touchdowns in the first half and for the Dolphins Mark Duper's hundred yard kick return grew the intensity of the game, but Green Bay matched the Dolphins! Mercury Morris had two touchdowns in the first half setting up a beautiful highly anticipated third quarter. To start the third quarter Miami's Mark duper exploded on a 47 yard kick return to set up the Dolphins running game. Miami got going immediately in the third quarter as Mercury Morris on first down, took it around the right end for 53 yards into the end zone to make the score 28-22, with 13:23 remaining in the third quarter! Csonka scored on another two-point conversion for the Dolphins to make this a 30-22 game, Dolphins in the lead, with 11:22 remaining in the third quarter! Oh baby! Sterling Sharpe changed the mood of the game again, exploding on a hundred yard kick return to light up the scoreboard 30-28! These Packers are not backing down, as Sharpe's spectacular run gives this place something to roar about! What a play! The place is going crazy as Coach Billy O'C looks flustered! On the kick return "Super Duper" took it back 60 yards. And on first and second down Morris ran for 17, and then 15 yards, as Miami took the ball to the Green Bay 8 yard line with 3:23 remaining in the third quarter as coach Billy OC worked the clock. This has been a spectacular strategic game. On the following play, Morris scored his third touchdown of the game from 8 yards away to give Miami the lead again 36-30, with 2:54 remaining in the third quarter! The Dolphins will go for the two-point conversion. The way the clock works for the two-point conversion in the LIEFL is the clock stops until both teams set up. Once both teams are set, the clock starts again. Miami has played like a powerhouse on offense and the team criticized the most this season was the Packers for their offense, but not today! Green Bay is right there with Miami hanging tough on every play. Morris caught a rocket from Marino for the two point conversion to give Miami the lead 38-30 with 2:16 left to go in the third quarter! On the ensuing kick return, Green Bay's Sterling Sharpe exploded for 69 yards to keep his team in the game. Sharpe has come a long way in the past two seasons, but these playoffs has made him a star! He's been nothing less than outstanding, as the two minute warning wound the third quarter down with Miami ahead of Green Bay. Miami's offensive line has been terrific today but there's no denying that Green Bay has been just as good as the Miami Dolphins, who looked for their seventh LIEFL-Super Bowl title! On the following play, the Packers were forced to pass on second down, losing 15 yards on the play before at their own 47 yard line. Dolphins All-Pro defensive end Jason Taylor, made a tremendous stop on Middleton. And now Green Bay is forced to come up with an answer on second down as the third quarter came to a close! We are on to our final quarter of LIEFL-Super Bowl XVI, with the score Miami 38-Green Bay 30! When play picked up again, Terdell Middleton tore it up to begin the fourth quarter with a 36-yard first down, bringing the ball to the Miami 12-yard line with 14:16 remaining in the game. There will be no quitting today from this Green Bay team, and Miami hasn't been able to get an inch off of the Packer defense. On a stunning play coach Viggs pulled off a huge 12-yard touchdown on a quarterback sneak to tie the game after the two-point conversion by Middleton making the score 38-38 with 12:15 remaining in the game! What brilliance! WOW! We all know in this league how hard it is to get to this point, where you work so hard as a coach to get here and these two fierce competitors Viggs and O'C will never give into each other with the score tied 38-38 on second down for Miami! The Dolphins are just rolling ahead with another 13-yard pickup by Morris. Miami keeps pushing through the Green Bay defense, and two plays later the Dolphins were at the Packers 40 yard line with 5:21 remaining in the game. On another explosive run by Morris, he ran thru the left side of the line for a 40-yard touchdown run! What a play! On the two-point conversion, Mark Clayton broke free at the two-yard line to catch the two-point conversion in the end zone, giving Miami the lead 46-38, with 3:40 remaining in the game, and this one is going to end in a nail-biting thriller because the Packers are not finished yet! On the next kick return Sharpe was clobbered at the 35-yard line by Duper with 2:27 remaining, with the pressure mounting. We are down to the final two minutes of the game as the two minute warning sounded off! And Coach Viggs and the Packers are going to go for it all has Don Hutson broke free at the Green Bay 35-yard line from Mark Duper again for the first down! On the next play, the No-Quit Packers Sterling Sharpe caught a 19-yard touchdown pass in the end zone to make the score 46-44, with 1:14 remaining in the game! That was Sharpes third touchdown of the game in this thriller! With time running out and no timeouts left the Dolphins ran the ball 56 yards on the kick return from Mark Duper, and they were forced to kick a field goal, giving Miami back the lead 49-44! The pressure is on the Packers! Oh my God! With the game on the line, the pressure overboiling, the place roaring with just 29 seconds left on the clock with no timeouts left for Miami, Green Bay's Sterling Sharpe exploded for 100 yard touchdown on the last play of the game to give the Green Bay Packers theior first ever LIEFL Super Bowl victory! This place has exploded with a huge roar as we witnessed one of the greatest Super Bowl finishes of all time, with the Green Bay Packers (9-1) defeating the returning AFC Champion Miami Dolphins 52-49 in dramatic fashion! All year the Packers have played spectacular football and today they beat a fantastic football team! Sterling Sharpe earned LIEFL-Super Bowl XVI MVP, and the Packers are going wild! What a Super Bowl! The key to the game was scoring because there was no stopping these two perfectly matched teams in this game. Sterling Sharpe finished the day with 11 carries for stunning 530 yards with four touchdowns, with two thrilling 100 yard touchdowns, one of them drowned the Dolphins! Coach Billy OC said, "We came here ready for this game but so did Viggs and the Packers, and that is what this hobby and Super Bowl should be all about, sportsmanship, class and artistry of the craft. Viggs is a big game professional. He's also the $750 winner. What a game!" Coach Viggs said, "I've played in a lot of great games but this one stole the cake of the best game I have ever played in! Sterling Sharpe was the difference, he did so much on his own with the desire for success, and today we proved to this league that we can play with anybody. We are the Cinderella team of 2020, and I can't wait until next season! That was one of the best electric football games I ever played. Yeah baby, how about them Packers!" The Long Island EFL concludes it's season with the LIEFL All-Pro Game back in New York! The GATORADE SUPER BOWL XVI MOST VALUABLE PLAYER: Green Bay Packers Sterling Sharpe 49 MIAMI DOLPHINS (8-3) Coach Billy O'C MIAMI DOLPHINS OFFENSE: RUSHING: Morris 13-183-3/40TD REC: Morris 1-29-1/29TD, All-Purpose: Morris 14-212-4/40TD, Duper KR: 7-392-1/100TD, REC: Clayton 1-2-0/2PTC, REC: Csonka 2-4-0/2x2PTC TACKLES: Kuechenberg (2), Clayton, Duhe, Taylor, Csonka, Duper TOTAL OFENSE: 24-610-5/100TD 52 GREEN BAY PACKERS (9-1) Coach: Ed Viggs GREEN BAY PACKERS OFFENSE: RUSHING: Middleton 5-0-0/0, Taylor 3-46-1/46TD, REC: Taylor 3-34-1/30TD/2PTC, KR: Sharpe 7-478-2/2x100TD, REC: Sharpe 4-52-2/22TD, Sharpe All-Purpose Yards: 11-530-4/2x100TDs, Rodgers 1-12-1/12TD, Hutson 1-51-0/51 TACKLES: White, Cole (2), Nitchske (2), Jenkins, Sharpe, Taylor (2), Middleton TOTAL OFFENSE: 26-783-7/2x100TDS WINNING SUPER BOWL AD: OFFICIAL LIEFL SUPER BOWL XVI GAME DAY PROGRAM FINAL.pdf
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