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July 25, 2020  WEEK#1 Game 2

Long Island Electric Football League: 

LIEFL #28 RANKED NFC-CAROLINA PANTHERS-(1-0/2020) (30-27 All-Time) vs. LIEFL #15 RANKED AFC-OAKLAND RAIDERS (0-1/2020) (70-76 All-Time)

Great battle with Carolina's defense making a statement in 2020's Long Island EFL.  The Panthers have been to back-to-back NFC Championship Games, losing both and stopping AFC Kick-Return Leader Oakland's Dave Casper, is no easy task. He was held to just 66 yards by a relentless Panther defense.  Could this be there year?  The Raiders with a tough schedule looked great all-around. 

Nobody forgot what Carolina's Greg Jones (#45 Photo) did in the 2019 post season when he took the league by amazement in the LIEFL Wild Card Game against Green Bay in that Panther 42-20 victory. Jones didn’t touch the ball the entire season, but All-Pro running back DeShaun Foster needed the rest with the Panthers crushing the Packers that day. Jones finally got his chance, and what he did transformed the Panthers in the middle of the playoffs with astonishing results. This was no fluke! 

The Panthers decided to use Jones full-time as the set-up man on kick returns for DeShaun Foster and what a one-two combination they have become. Jones has produced. Against Green Bay Jones ended up touching the ball three carries on special teams with devastating results against opponents, and apparently, he is not finished yet. The 179 yards and 100-yard kick return he had against Green Bay was just the beginning. He then stunned a very competitive Arizona Cardinals the following week in the NFC Divisional Championship Game 49-35 with Jones running wild!  He totaled 382 kick-return yards on six attempts with two-100-yard touchdowns! And in the NFC Championship he made his final statement to the defending Super Bowl Champion Los Angeles Rams with 397 yards on kick returns and another 100-yard TD. That is a lot of damage in three games.

This UNKNOWN player will be a dangerous force in the Long Island Electric Football League for the Panthers.

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31 minutes ago, Long island EFL said:

July 25, 2020  WEEK#1 Game 2

Long Island Electric Football League: 

Week #1 Opened the 2020 season with a great battle between Long Electric Football League's #28 Ranked Carolina Panthers (1-0) (30-27 All-Time) vs. the LIEFL #15 Ranked Las Vegas Raiders (0-1) (70-76 All-Time).

Carolina's defense made a statement in 2019 advancing all the way to the NFC title game, back-to-back, falling just short, losing both to the LIEFL #11 Ranked Los Angeles Rams (76-80 All-Time). In this Week#1 Game they hit Oakland's Dave Casper hard, stopping the 2019 AFC Kick-Return Leader (15-1323-7-TD), is no easy task. He was held to just 66 yards by a relentless Panther defense.  Could this be the Panthers year?  The Raiders with a tough schedule looked great all-around. 

Nobody forgot what Carolina's Greg Jones (#45 Photo) did in the 2019 post season when he took the league by amazement in the LIEFL Wild Card Game against Green Bay in that Panther 42-20 victory. Jones didn’t touch the ball the entire season, but All-Pro running back DeShaun Foster needed the rest with the Panthers crushing the Packers that day. Jones finally got his chance, and what he did transformed the Panthers in the middle of the playoffs with astonishing results. This was no fluke! 

The Panthers decided to use Jones full-time as the set-up man on kick returns for DeShaun Foster and what a one-two combination they have become. Jones has produced. Against Green Bay Jones ended up touching the ball three carries on special teams with devastating results against opponents, and apparently, he is not finished yet. The 179 yards and 100-yard kick return he had against Green Bay was just the beginning. He then stunned a very competitive Arizona Cardinals the following week in the NFC Divisional Championship Game 49-35 with Jones running wild!  He totaled 382 kick-return yards on six attempts with two-100-yard touchdowns! And in the NFC Championship he made his final statement to the defending Super Bowl Champion Los Angeles Rams with 397 yards on kick returns and another 100-yard TD. That is a lot of damage in three games.

This UNKNOWN player will be a dangerous force in the Long Island Electric Football League for the Panthers.

20200725_181246.jpg

RAIDERS.jpg

20200725_180506.jpg

 

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