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LEGENDS NEVER DIE! JIM BROWN EXPLODES AS CLEVELAND TOPS LAS VEGAS 31-28 IN A LIEFL WEEK 4 OT STUNNER!

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1842510639_LIEFL495LOGO.png.19ff8d103c797a1931ab5e6798e2f747.png(Photo transformed by Be Funky Art) Cleveland's Jim Brown (32) put on an offensive show this week with a record 438 all-purpose yards with three 100-yark kick returns for touchdowns on the day beating the tough Las Vegas Raiders 31-28 in an overtime thriller! This year's top LIEFL coach is Matt "Zoo-York" at (11-5)! Zoo has his Browns on top of the AFC North at (3-1) ready to face Coach Ed Viggs Green Bay Packers (3-1) in Week #5 beginning today!  

Written by Billy O'C with Levi Vick and Joey Pizz.

(Long Island, New York) December 10, 2022. Welcome to Long Island New York's Long Island Electric Football League warriors with eight people and an alternate coach with some retired, but all have a passion for this throwback game we love called electric football. They knew what they were doing when it all started on Johnson Street in Brooklyn almost 75 years ago! Our league was established in 1972 by an international female athlete with her son and it branched out into the neighborhood by 1974. The kids had the savvy to keep records from the start, it was the mindset. Here we are in 2022 talking on a Forum because the current owner's of Tudor give a darn to evolve our tradition! And, thank goodness for people like Chris LeMay, curator of the National Electric Football Game Museum and his efforts, our preservation is there! So for those of us who love fantasy, we make the game unforgettable as we carry on our rich tradition of playing our childhood favorite hobby! There are all kinds of electric football experts and enthusiasts out there. One guy even contacted us from Long Island and said ... I am so and so and I've done this and that, so he's basically Mr. Electric Football because he was acknowledged by the press and he said he never heard of us. LIEFL Coach Johnny Freeport-Chucker a former Homicide Detective said, "We are the great eight in the Long Island Electric Football League in a world of our own, and we are rich in history, with all well kept meticulous records beginning in the 1970's and we don't care who you are--have fun, just contribute to the hobby and show me the money! When our league really became competitive was in 2008 with the LIEFL DRAFT. Everyone is great in our hobby, even the bull-talkers like me." We encourage all coaches to show their history and use Tudor's Forum page to explode the hobby for future generations to come! 

This week was a week of upsets in the LONG ISLAND ELECTRIC FOOTBALL LEAGUE as we celebrate our 50th year in the hobby. The Panthers upset the Bills, the winless Ravens beat our 2020 LIEFL Super Bowl Champion Packers, the Steelers stopped the undefeated Titans, the Falcons beat the 49ers, and the Saints beat the Buccaneers! The pressure is on in the road less traveled with one coach taking the big prize at Long Island Super Bowl XVII in Coquina Key, Florida. It is amazing how money motivates coaches and what money does to influence our decisions. 

 

                  LIEFL STANDINGS AFTER 4 WEEKS

2022-23 AMERICAN LIEFL CONFERENCE

AFC EAST

W

L

PF

PA

TDS

HOME

AWAY

DIV

CON

NFC

Miami (8-2)

4

0

58

48

7

2-0

2-0

3-0

4-0

0-0

NY Jets (4-4)

2

2

55

48

7

1-0

1-2

1-1

2-1

0-1

Buffalo (2-5)

2

2

70

64

9

2-1

0-1

0-1

1-1

1-1

New England (2-5)

2

2

55

62

7

1-1

1-1

0-2

1-2

1-0

 

AFC NORTH

W

L

PF

PA

TDS

HOME

AWAY

DIV

CON

NFC

Cleveland (2-5)

3

1

69

64

9

3-0

0-1

0-0

2-1

1-0

Pittsburgh (2-5)

2

2

58

48

7

2-1

0-1

1-0

2-2

0-0

Cincinnati (3-4)

1

3

51

64

6

0-0

1-3

0-1

0-2

1-1

Baltimore (6-2)

1

3

55

65

7

1-1

0-2

0-0

0-2

1-1

 

AFC WEST

W

L

PF

PA

TDS

HOME

AWAY

DIV

CON

NFC

LA Chargers (8-3)

3

1

63

40

9

2-0

1-1

1-1

2-1

2-0

Kansas City (2-5)

3

1

64

66

8

2-0

1-1

1-1

3-1

0-0

Las Vegas (2-5)

2

2

71

69

8

1-1

1-1

0-0

2-2

0-0

Denver (4-4)

2

2

65

61

9

1-1

1-1

0-0

2-1

0-1

                          

AFC SOUTH

W

L

PF

PA

TDS

HOME

AWAY

DIV

CON

NFC

Tennessee (4-4)

3

1

58

52

8

2-0

1-1

1-0

1-1

2-0

Jacksonville (1-6)

2

2

62

63

8

2-1

0-1

1-1

1-2

1-0

Houston (1-6)

2

2

73

66

10

2-0

0-2

1-1

1-2

1-0

Indianapolis (7-2)

2

2

80

66

11

2-1

0-1

0-1

0-2

2-0

2022-23 NATIONAL LIEFL CONFERENCE

NFC EAST

W

L

PF

PA

TDS

HOME

AWAY

DIV

CON

AFC

NY Giants (4-3)

3

1

90

83

12

3-0

0-1

1-1

2-1

1-0

Philadelphia (4-3)

2

2

58

55

7

2-1

0-1

2-0

2-2

0-0

Dallas (5-3)

1

3

51

58

6

0-0

1-3

0-2

1-2

0-1

Washington (7-3)

1

3

68

77

8

1-1

0-2

1-1

1-1

0-2

 

NFC NORTH

W

L

PF

PA

TDS

HOME

AWAY

DIV

CON

AFC

Green Bay (9-1)

3

1

48

55

8

1-0

2-1

1-0

3-0

0-1

Detroit (6-3)

2

2

59

53

8

2-1

0-1

0-1

1-2

1-0

Chicago (4-3)

2

2

34

34

4

2-0

0-2

1-0

1-1

1-1

Minnesota (2-5)

1

3

41

51

5

1-0

0-3

0-1

1-2

0-1

 

NFC WEST

W

L

PF

PA

TDS

HOME

AWAY

DIV

CON

AFC

SF 49ers’ (0-7)

2

2

36

48

4

0-2

2-0

0-0

2-2

0-0

LA Rams (6-2)

2

2

58

56

7

2-1

0-1

1-0

2-1

0-1

Arizona (3-4)

1

3

55

63

7

1-0

0-3

0-0

1-1

0-2

Seattle (5-4)

0

4

38

72

5

0-1

0-3

0-1

0-2

0-2

 

NFC SOUTH

W

L

PF

PA

TDS

HOME

AWAY

DIV

CON

AFC

Carolina (4-4)

3

1

70

65

10

2-0

1-1

1-0

1-0

2-1

Atlanta (3-4)

3

1

61

55

7

1-0

2-1

1-0

3-1

0-0

New Orleans (2-5)

1

3

61

66

8

0-1

1-2

1-1

1-2

0-1

Tampa Bay (3-4)

1

3

44

56

5

0-3

1-0

0-2

1-3

0-0

WEEK 4 *Indicates that this team was a 2020 Playoff Team

51. 7 Chiefs (3-0) at *Chargers (2-1) 21 (LAC-Tomlinson 10-275-3/58TD, KC-Gonzales 5-195-1/86TD)

52. 21 *Panthers (2-1) at Bills (2-1) 20 (BU-Simpson 11-257-1/60, CAR-Foster 5-139-2/72TD, Jones 3-162-1/100TD)
53. 28 Raiders (2-1) at
Browns (2-1) 31 (OT 3:43) EFL HISTORIC GAME (CLE-Brown 6-438-3/3x100TDS, LVR-Casper 7-288-2, Jackson 7-138-2/79TD) (914 Total Yards, 59 points!)
54.
21 Patriots (1-2) at *Colts (2-1) 17 (NE-Gronkowski 4-316-3/2x100TDS, IND-Addai 14-289-2/84)
55. 7 *Jets (2-1) at *Dolphins (3-0) 10 (OT 7:50) (NYJ-Walker 2-105-0/65)
56. 17*Redskins (1-2) at Eagles (1-2) 21 (PHI-Byars 8-230-2TDS/82, WA-9-240-1/77)
57. 14 *Packers (3-0) at *Ravens (0-3) 17 (BAL-Mason 4-196-0, GB-Taylor 8-107-0/24) BIG WIN!
58. 17 Cardinals (1-2) at
*Lions (1-2) 21 (DET-Bussey 9-277-2/2x100TDS AZ-Gray 4-226-1/41TD)    
59. 14 Texans (2-1) at Jaguars (1-2) 17
(OT 3:56) (JAC-11-214-1/60, HOU-Dayne 8-163-2/67TD)
60. 14 *Cowboys (1-2) at
Giants (2-1) 17 (OT 2:06) (NYG-Barkley 9-112-1/35, DAL-Owens 4-161-2/74TD)
61. 7 * Titans (3-0) at Steelers (1-2) 17 (PIT-Bettis 8-152-2/58, TEN-Henry 9-117-1/41TD)
62. 17 Bengals (1-2) at *
Broncos (1-2) 23 (OT 5:33) (DEN-Davis 11-271-2/56TD, CIN-Ocho-Cinco 5-246-1/78TD)
63. 7 Falcons (2-1) at 49ers (2-1) 3 (NONE REPORTED)
64.14 *Seahawks (0-3) at *
Rams (1-2) 21 (LAR-Tyler 9-170-3/53TD, Bruce 3-128-0/55, Prohel 1-23-0/23, SEA-Lynch 8-199-2/64TD)
65.
20 Saints (0-3) at Buccaneers (1-2) 14 (OT 4:07) (TB-Alstott 6-121-2/70TD, NO-Bush 14-231-2/42)

Monday
66. 3 Minnesota Vikings (1-2) at Chicago Bears (1-2) 7 (NONE REPORTED)

 GAME OF THE WEEK: Browns 31 Raiders 28 in (OT 3:43)

PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Cleveland’s Jim Brown 417 Yards 3 100-Yard Touchdowns!

HONORABLE MENTION: NE-Rob Gronkowski

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: HOU-Eric Winston (5 Tackles) vs. Jaguars

For the Long Island Electric Football League Week #4, the coaches in the league are talking. There is something special going on in Cleveland with Matt “Zoo York” Cleveland Browns (3-1)! They opened up losing a tough overtime game in Kansas City 16-10, but since that game they have settling in winning three straight against Houston 21-17, Chicago 7-3, and this week’s historic game 31-28 against the Raiders in the game of the week! This coach really won in the LIEFL Draft.

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The Browns and Titans have been put on the radar this year as a team to watch. This is the same Browns team who in 2017 were seated #1 in the AFC Divisional Championship Game only to be embarrassed by Billy O’C’s Buffalo Bills in the AFC Playoffs 45-14. The Browns were Stomped by OJ Simpson and left with lots of unanswered questions because the Browns looked like the team to beat until the resurgence of Buffalo. The Bills were the first Wild Card team to win a Super Bowl in the League, LIEFL Super Bowl XIII in dramatic fashion. The Browns are different this season. Coach Zoo-York Seems to have found a triple threat behind a tough offense line, great running, and one of the best special-teams’ units in the game with legendary running back LIEFL All-Pro Jim Brown crushing it! Brown is at the top of the league this year after four weeks of play, with 862 all-purpose yards and four touchdowns, all 100-yard kick returns! The difference is when the Browns had that powerhouse team in 2017, the Browns did not have the offensive game they have this season. In 2020, Jim Brown was 17-1001-2/2x100TD and ranked #12 in the LIEFL AFC in kick returns. The Browns have earned a different respect this season and it is obvious they are going to compete hard for a title on the AFC North.

The draft has changed the entire dynamic of the team with the new running back player base from the draft Mike Pruitt, two linebacker’s player bases, and one lineman. Matt did a great job in the draft and made great selections from the “pool” of new draft bases. What happens in the draft is obviously the teams who underperformed get first grabs in the order of their wins-losses, ultimately getting the best player bases from the draft. We had 200 player base bottoms and 50 new potential running back bottoms to choose from, all paid for with league dues. Each bottom, just like in your leagues, gets tested using our best lineman to compete against first, which eliminates useless player bases. Then a pool of the very best player base bottoms goes into the draft and the team with the worst records the year before gets picks in order so that the league remains completely competitive. Matt studied those bottoms and now everybody wants to know his secret, but he learned from his friend Coach Viggs to keep his mouth and keep his information to himself. Of course, the loudest mouth of all the Johnny “Freeport Chucker” claims that these guys are cheating because he showed up for the draft an hour late. Whose fault is that? Zoo York’s teams are on fire and at this point he is the number one coach in the league with a 11-5 record!

THE GAME:

The game of the week saw Coach Matt Zoo- York's Cleveland Browns beat Coach Kevin Mac's Raiders in 3:43 of overtime in a sensational win for the Browns! We have to take the Browns for real with Jim Brown leading the way with a stunning total 438 all-purpose yards. Imagine, he had three electrifying 100-yard touchdown runs and the coaches were so loud going wild with excitement in disbelief in the room! Brown earned player of the week, and the game was voted LIEFL Game of the Week by the coaches! There were nearly 30 plays in a 30-minte game with a 40 second setup clock, goes into the Long Island Electric Football League record books as one of the greatest games of so many, but an unforgettable one, nonetheless. Las Vegas Dave Casper played an incredible game with seconds left and the score tied 28-28, Casper slipped by the defender and caught a 12 yard pass to tie the game and send it into OT, until the Browns won the coin toss in overtime beating Las Vegas 31-28! They advance to (3-1). This game with the league tested high-speed Buzz was so fast paced with 59 points between the two teams and 914 total yards in the game! Cleveland will face Green Bay in a huge test next week with Coach Matt Zoo-York against Coach Ed Viggs his mentor. What a great game that is going to be. It will be all hands-on-deck watching that one with every coach buzzing about it! 

Big things are happening in the league and the unexpected as well. The once dominant coaches of the LIEFL are being beaten in big games, and it is great for the league!   

All we care about is league intensity and competitiveness. That's what we think makes the Long Island Electric Football League and leagues around the country so amazing, Competition!  This league is professional, organized, structured, with a competitive intensity. Billy O’C dropped two huge games with two of his top teams the Rams who lost last week to Coach Joey Pizz' Tampa Bay Buccaneers 7-6, to Joey Pizz’. That was a major upset and then this week O'C's  Buffalo Bills were beaten at home 21-20 by the almighty Carolina Panthers who have been so close to making a Super Bowl in this league for the last three seasons. Coach Billy OC's having a rough go at it in the LIEFL’s week #4 action. O J Simpson and the Buffalo Bills were outmatched by Matt Zoo York's Carolina Panthers with return specialist Greg Jones winning the game on 100-yard touchdown run with 1 minute left to go in the game to outmatch Buffalo 21-20 in a game that Buffalo needed.  What a game it was! The intensity is building in the league, and you can feel it in the air that the competition will only get better as the season and coaches take on an “air” of their own. Matt Zoo-York’s Panthers are in a perfect position to win another game as they face the Cinderella Tampa Bay Buccaneers next week at home! OJ Simpson's effort of 257 yards with one touchdown went in the can, and DeShaun Foster had 139 yds rushing as his front line carried him against one of the best front lines in the Long Island Electric Football League in Billy OC's Buffalo Bills. It's very exciting to watch. In the last four seasons Carolina has been an NFC finalist twice. Are the Panthers making their move this year?

The Los Angeles Chargers and Coach Ed Viggs whipped division rival Kansas City Chiefs 21-7 this week after losing to them last week 17-14. Chargers LIEFL All-Pro running back LaDainian Tomlinson wasn't having a loss. He put 167 rushing yards together and 275 all-purpose yards behind LIEFL All-Pro Lineman Earl Faison. Tomlinson scored three big touchdowns giving him eight on the season, as the Chargers (3-1) are now tied with the Chiefs (3-1) for first place in the division! The Chargers defense stopped Chiefs running back Priest Holmes and held him to just five carries on the day. These Chargers and Chiefs will battle in the end for the division title!

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 In other action New England Patriots second year LIEFL Coach Levi Vick pulled off a major upset over the Indianapolis Colts in week #4 with a 21-17 victory! The Patriots LIEFL All-Pro Rob Gronkowski had two 100-yard kick returns for touchdowns and on the last play of the game Gronk caught a 75-yard touchdown pass to pull off the win against the Indianapolis Colts who are now (2-2)! The Patriots (2-2) are on their way back with two big wins in a row and for week five coach Vick surprised the league with stunning new uniforms on his England Patriots 67 big men meeting League regulations to perfection! We don't allow all these other style players in our league. Everything comes from Tudor Games 67-big men. Everybody gets to inspect the team. Before the season Vick had said that he might showcase one of his teams being retrofitted.

Long Island Hall of Fame Sports Historian Andy Slawson of Slawson’s Corner said, “The LIEFL has very strict standardized rules and uniform regulations. We don't bend our rules.” Coach Joey Pizz said, "I love that we are a one stop League. We don't turn players around after the catch to chase other players in our league. When you get burned you get burned. We don't use sticks or any tools to aid in passing. You either are going to make the pass and complete the pass or it's lights out. This year up for voting is the no stop rule again, which has been voted down two seasons in a row. Coach Viggs seems to think that this will be even more realistic to increase the speed of the game." Viggs said, "I would never play in a league where you have to stop the game more than once after the pass and allow people to turn around to chase the guy, that's ridiculous. And I would never play in a league where you get all these countdowns on the setups, it's crazy. Using sticks and all that other nonsense is just not for me. It takes away from the game. The real skill is in true to speed in lifelike situations whether or not you can compete and perform under stressful situations without all the stops, sticks and countdowns for setups. It takes away from feeling the pressure of the game. To me that's not realistic, especially since I played football my entire life on two Rutgers Cup championship teams. Whether they are plastic men or not you want them the game to feel intense. It's such a waste of time." This is a very fast-paced game in our league and the speed dial is amped up for full effect. If a player has the ball runs into the back of an opponent, it is not considered a tackle in the LIEFL because he runs into the back of the player base and a player who is running away from you is not going to tackle you backwards. Also, once a player is out of bounds, he is considered out of the play and ineligible. who you run into their back, cannot make a tackle if you were on a football field. It has to be the front of the player base or side that makes the tackle.

Also, this year we will vote on our 30 second clock instead of 40 which will really increase the pace of the league and the game.

The loud mouth of the league Johnny Freeport Chucker was true to his word beating coach Viggs Packers, dishing out the first loss of the season for the Packers and Coach Ed Viggs. The rest of the league will never hear the end of this win! Chucker said, "What did I tell you? The Pretty Boy finally gets a loss by the better coach. I said it last year that his Packers were overrated and that they had luck on their side. This year my team is going to have luck on my side and I'm going to win that prize in the end. My Ravens team hasn't won a single game. We come out here on my home field and beat the best team in the league and these guys don't want to give me any credit. Viggie will learn this year that you can't always get what you want. That's okay, I'm going to do the same to every coach that I play from here on in. My goal is to ruin the playoff chances of every team in this league with the exception of mine." It appears that the Chucker might have Coach Viggs number with his Ravens kryptonite. Chucker’s Atlanta Falcons won too. They upset San Francisco on their home turf 7-3 in a wild defensive game. League sensation Gerald Riggs was held to just 38 yards the entire game. Losing one game to the Chucker is bad enough, but Coach Viggs dropped two in one evening! Viggs had no comment after the game. But the Freeport Chucker just kept running his mouth. We cannot complain about how Chucker played today, his teams were really on! We have to agree that he put on a show even though it was 7-3, he put all the stops on the 49ers high-powered offense giving coach Viggs a reality check.  San Francisco (2-2) is now tied for first with the Los Angeles Rams (2-2).

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The Eagles (2-2) Keith Byars (41) had 230 all-purpose yards with two touchdowns with 148 yards rushing against division rival Washington Redskins (1-3) as Philadelphia climbs in the NFC EAST with their  21-17 win!

Coach Billy OC said, “I love that other leagues have such dynamic rules, that's what makes this game so great. People have their own way of playing electric football. I respect all the people that play the game. It's a beautiful way to keep a game from the 1950s alive and vibrant and teach a whole new generation of people the joy of playing electric football. So, whatever the rules are whatever the league is, whoever plays the game, it's a game for everyone to enjoy. I don't take it too seriously and even though we play for money, if I lose, I still know that I had a great time playing the game. These two guys Coach Viggs and Johnny Freeport-Chucker, are my favorite coaches to watch. Viggs because he's just the master preparation, and Chucker because every league needs a guy like him in the league with that passion. I think this year we are facing real challenges against other coaches. I love how Levi Vick has transformed his teams and he's brought some great competitive Spirit to this league. If the next person gets approved, I'm sure they'll do the same thing."

In that Ravens-Packers game between these two coaches, the Packers had the lead with a minute left to play 14-10 when LIEFL All-Pro specialist Derrick Mason returned the ball 96 yards setting up a quarterback sneak one play later as the Ravens win on the 21-yard scoring a touchdown 17-14 on the last play of the game!

 League founders, Coach Viggs and Billy O’C are going to have a run for their money this year in this league. Viggs lost his sixth game! The coaches in this league is catching up fast.

It seemed to be a week like we never saw before filled with upsets. The Giants, who lost their last game of the season to Dallas, kicking them out of the playoffs in 2020 beat the Cowboys this time in overtime 17-14! The lethal offensive combination of Saquon Barkley and Ahman Bradshaw proved to be the difference in the game. Bradshaw was the setup man with 197 special teams’ all-purpose yards and Barkley carried the ground game with 112 rushing yards and a touchdown. Bradshaw (9-878-5/4 X 100TD) ranks third in the LIEFL NFC in all-purpose yards behind Atlanta's Gerald Riggs, and Washington's Tony Green. Coach Joey Pizz and his New York Football Giants are on fire! The Dallas Cowboys cannot afford to lose another game because it will eliminate them from having a playoff shot. The Giants lead the Long Island Electric Football League in offense with 90 points scored! Pizz said that he is not overconfident, but he is proud of the way his Giants are competing this season. 

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2022-23 LIEFL Leaders

 

SLAWSON’S CORNER: Long Island EFL Leaders after Week#4

2022-23 LONG ISLAND ELECTRIC FOOTBALL

AFC RUSHING LEADERS    

PLAYER

LIEFL RECORD AFC RECORD: MIA Morris 2019-59-693-13TDS

2020 LEADERS

INCLUDES YEAR, RANK, ATTEMPTS, YARDS, TDS, LONGEST PLAY

AFC LEADERS

CURRENT 2022-23

Tomlinson-LAC 3

2020/30-394-6/58TD

30-448-7/58TD

Henry-TENN

2022-23 FIRST SEASON

25-398-6/64TD

Holmes-KC 10

2020/16-176-3/60TD

30-398-6/60TD

Bettis-PITT 5

2020/39-304-5/40TD             

32-384-5/64, 62TD

Taylor-JAC 15

2020/21-47-0/21

36-342-6/65TD

Morris-MIA  6       

2020/29-252-4/40TD

33-342-4/38TD

Addai-IND 2

2020/32-405-6/72

35-339-8/39

Lewis-BAL 4

2020/26-321-5/55TD

19-299-5/61

Dayne-HOU 11

2020/26-170-2/38TD

28-295-5/44TD

Simpson-BUF 1

2020/51-633-11/57TD

24-265-4/55

Woods-CIN 9

2020/29-186-1/43

22-226-3/51TD

B. Jackson-LVR 8

2020/19-215-3/65TD

31-222-4/43

Davis-DEN 9

2020/19-186-4/42TD

21-205-3/56TD

M. Pruitt-CLE 7

2020/27-223-4/44TD

22-152-3/50TD

Bell-NYJ 12

2020/21-157-3/56

15-146-3/35TD

Maroney-NE  13

2020/23-124-2/27

19-97-2/52TD

Brown-CLE 14

2020/19-94-1/38

3-32-1/22TD

2022-23 LONG ISLAND ELECTRIC FOOTBALL

NFC RUSHING LEADERS    

PLAYER

*NFC & LIEFL RECORD: SF-Watters: 2019/65-925-18TDS 2020 RANK

2020 LEADERS

INCLUDES RANK, YEAR, ATTEMPTS, YARDS, TDS, LONGEST PLAY

NFC LEADERS

CURRENT 2022-23

Foster-CAR 2

2020/45-532-9/64TD

36-417-7/72TD

Byars-PHIL 8

2020/42-426-7/48TD

25-410-6/74TD

LA-Tyler 7           

2020/57-464-7/48TD

35-364-6/61TD

Barkley-NYG 4

2020/42-505-8/60TD

29-297-5/35

Riggs-ATL 1

2020/64-604-11/36TD

26-275-5/33TD

E. Smith-DAL 5

2020/37-502-8/45TD

27-248-4/36TD

Green-WASH 13

2020/45-247-5/55TD

26-239-5/52TD

Bush-NO 11

2020/37-329-3/49TD

22-227-3/52TD

Bussey-DET 6

2020/34-471-9/49

37-224-2/48TD

Lynch-SEA 3

2020/32-510-8/76TD*

21-219-3/60, 64TD

Watters-SF 9

2020/45-413-7/60TD

23-206-3/41TD

Payton-CHI 14

2020/43-245-6/39TD

22-148-2/42

Peterson-MIN 12

2020/40-308-6/50TD

28-147/1/25TD

OJ Anderson-AZ 10

2020/51-389-5/47TD

21-113-0/20

Middleton-GB 15

2020/36-239-1/22

17-101-1/24

Bell-TB 16

2020/41-230-4/48

17-32-0/16

2022-23 LONG ISLAND ELECTRIC FOOTBALL

AFC ALL-PURPOSE LEADERS    

PLAYER

LIEFL RECORD AFC RECORD: KC-Holmes (68-1942-16) (2018) 2020 RANK

2020 LEADERS

INCLUDES RANK, YEAR, RANK, ATTEMPTS, YARDS, TDS, LONGEST PLAY

AFC LEADERS

CURRENT 2022-23

Addai-IND 2

2020/74-1654-10/100TD

48-1099-9/84

Dayne-HOU 4

2020/63-1384-6/2X100TD

44-1017-10/100TD

Taylor-JAC 12

2020/51-1003-3/90

46-900-6/95

Davis-DEN 1

2020/58-1924-15/8x100TD

32-864-6/3X100TD

Brown-CLE 9

2020/37-1126-4/2x100TD

9-862-5/4X100TD

Tomlinson-LAC 3

2020/64-1640-13/2x100

39-855-8/63

Simpson-BUF 7

2020/53-1245-11/100TD

34-837-7/2 x 100TDS

Casper-LVR 6

2020/25-1284-5/100TD

18-797-2/100TD

Gronkowski-NE 5

2020/22-1254-3/3x100TD

12-725-3/2x 100TDS

O. Johnson-CIN 11

2020/20-1018-4/85,75

13-631-2/100TD

Mason-BAL 8

2020/19-1203-4/4X100TD

13-590-1/100TD

Jones-TEN 10

2020/18-1093-3/2 x100TD

11-505-1/100TD

Swann-PITT 15

2020/15-714-4/2x100TD

12-465-1/64

Hill-KC 16

2020/13-650-1/100TD

10-460-1/100TD

Duper-MIA 13

2020/18-1007-2/100TD, 92

9-458-1/100TD

Walker-NYJ 14

2020/21-916-3/92

9-458-1/100TD

Ray Brown-BUF

2020/0-0-0

2-147-1/100TD

 

2022-23 LONG ISLAND ELECTRIC FOOTBALL

NFC ALL-PURPOSE LEADERS    

PLAYER

LIEFL & NFC RECORD*

ATL-Riggs (78-2339-21) (2019) 2020 RANK

2020 LEADERS

INCLUDES ATTEMPTS, YARDS, TDS, LONGEST PLAY

NFC LEADERS

CURRENT 2022-23

Green-WAS 11

2020/62-1190-7/2X100TD

39-1006-6/1x100TD

Riggs-ATL 2

2020/88-1773-13/100TD

37-945-5/89

NYG-Bradshaw 16

2020/8-320-2/100TD

9-878-5/4 X 100TD

D. Bussey-DET 1

2020/55-1863-16/6X100TD

48-853-5/2 x 100TDS

Bush-NOS 8    

2020/59-1305-6/57

34-777-6/2 X100TD

Gray-AZ  12

2020/17-966-4/2X100TD

14-723-5/86, 100TD

Peterson-MIN 9

2020/56-1247-8/100TD

37-636-3/2X100TD

Sharpe-GB 15

2020/14-651-1/45

12-595-4/2 X 100TD

Lynch-SEA 7

2020/49-1332-11/100TD

30-587-4/61

Bruce-LAR 4

2020/27-1415-6/2x100TD 93

12-584-1/68

Byars-PHI

2020/0-0-0

28-523-6/82

Owens-DAL 10

2020/21-1196-7TD/4x100TD

11-497-2/74

G. Jones-CAR 13

2020/18-938-2/2x100TD

10-495-1/100TD

Rice-SF 14

2020/15-724-1/74

9-478-1/100TD

Giles-TB 3

2020/24-1439-9TD/4x100TD

8-457-1/100TD

Gault-CHI 6

2020/23-1340-6/3x100TD

7-387-1/100TD

Carmichael-PHI 5

2020/22-1381-7/6x100TD

8-335-0/74

 

 2022-23 LONG ISLAND ELECTRIC FOOTBALL

AFC KICK RETURN LEADERS    

PLAYER

AFC RECORD:

DEN-Davis 2020/22-1530-8/8x100TD

2020 RANK

2020 LEADERS

INCLUDES RANK, YEAR, RANK, ATTEMPTS, YARDS, TDS, LONGEST PLAY

AFC LEADERS

CURRENT 2022-23

Brown-CLE 7

2020/17-1001-2/2x100TD

10-809-4/4 X100TDS

Addai-IND 9

2020/20-969-1/100TD

12-735-0/64

Gronkowski-NE 2

2020/22-1254-3/3x100TD

11-650-0/2x100TDS

Davis-DEN 1

2020/22-1530-8/8x100TD

10-632-3/3 x100TDS

Casper-LVR 7

2020/19-1001-1/100TD

12-618-1/100TD

Mason-BAL 3

2020/19-1203-4/4X100TD

12-578-1/100TD

OJ Simpson-BUF

2020/0-0-0

10-572-2/2 x 100TDS

Dayne-HOU 4

2020/19-1051-2/2x100TD

11-565-1/100TD

Taylor-JAC 9

2020/15-842-0/74

10-558-0/95

O. Johnson-CIN 5

2020/20-1018-4/85,75

10-511-1/100TD

T. Hill-KC 12

2020/12-640-1/100TD

10-460-1/100TD

Duper-MIA 8         

2020/17-985-1/100TD

9-458-1/100TD

Walker-NYJ 10

2020/16-742-1/100TD

8-456-1/100TD

Jones-TEN

2020/10-455-0/63

9-445-1/100TD

Swann-PITT 11

2020/14-649-4/2x100TD

10-413-0/64

Tomlinson-LAC 6

2020/19-1002-2/2x100TD

8-376-0/63

R Brown-BUF

2020/4-179-0/82

2-147-1/100TD

 

2022-23 LONG ISLAND ELECTRIC FOOTBALL

NFC KICK RETURN LEADERS    

PLAYER

LIEFL & NFC RECORD*

PHI-Harold Carmichael (24-1696-

11 LIEFL 7GS RECORD 11 x100 TDS) 2020 RANK

2020 LEADERS

INCLUDES ATTEMPTS, YARDS, TDS, LONGEST PLAY

NFC LEADERS

CURRENT 2022-23

NYG-Bradshaw 16

2020/5-249-1/100TD

8-848-4/4 X100TD

Green-WAS 10

2020/15-943-2/98,2X100TD

13-767-1/100TD

Riggs-ATL 8

2020/21-1082-1/100TD

11-670-0/89

D. Bussey-DET 6

2020/20-1322-6/6X100TD

9-593-2/2x100TDS

Sharpe-GB 15

2020/14-651-1/45

10-570-2/2X 100TD

Gray-AZ 9

2020/17-966-4/2X100TD

10-569-1/86, 100TD

Bruce-LAR 2

2020/27-1415-6/2x100TD 93

11-539-0/68

Bush-NOS 13  

2020/18-840-0/57

10-500-2/2 X 100TD

G. Jones-CAR 11

2020/18-938-2/2x100TD

10-495-1/100TD

Rice-SF 14            

2020/15-724-1/74

9-478-1/100TD

Giles-TB  1

2020/24-1439-9TD/4x100TD

8-457-1/100TD

Peterson-MIN 12

2020/15-878-2/2x100TD

7-433-2/2x100TD

Owens-DAL 7

2020/21-1196-7TD/4x100TD

9-409-0/64

Carmichael-PHI 3

2020/22-1381-7/6x100TD

10-371-0/74

Gault-CHI 4

2020/23-1340-6/3x100TD

6-364-1/100TD

Lynch-SEA 5

2020/49-1332-11/100TD

8-323-0/63

 

2022-23 LONG ISLAND ELECTRIC FOOTBALL

AFC RECEIVING LEADERS    

PLAYER

AFC RECORD:

REC: NORDIC 7-363-4/73TD,67TD

2020 RANK

2020 LEADERS

INCLUDES RANK, YEAR, RANK, ATTEMPTS, YARDS, TDS, LONGEST PLAY

AFC LEADERS

CURRENT 2022-23

Casper-LVR 1

2020/6-283-4/76

6-179-1/52

Dayne-HOU

2020/0-0-0

5-157-4/67TD

Faulk-NE 4            

2020/5-178-2/42TD

3-133-2/77TD

O. Johnson-CIN 5

2020/4-184-4/75TD

3-120-1/78TD

McCaffery-DEN 13

2020/2-96-1/60

3-118-2/54TD

Jackson-LVR

2020/0-0-0

2-112-2/79TD

Gonzalez-KC 12

2020/3-98-3/42TD

3-108-1/86TD

Nagursky-IND

2020/0-0-0

2-81-1/51

Gronkowski-NE 11

2020/2-100-0/44

1-75-1/75TD

Brown-BU

2020/0-0-0

1-65-1/65TD

Smith-JAC

2020/0-0-0/0

3-59-2/31

Maynard-NYJ

2020/0-0-0

1-48-1/48TD

 

 

2022-23 Long Island Electric Football

NFC RECEIVING LEADERS

PLAYER

NFC & LIEFL RECORD: DET-Johnson (6-359-5TD) (2019) 2020 RANK

2020 LEADERS

INCLUDES ATTEMPTS, YARDS, TDS, LONGEST PLAY

NFC LEADERS

CURRENT 2022-23

Gray-AZ 7

2020/2-85-2/44TD

4-154-4/41TDTD

Colbert-CAR 6

2020/3-121-2/66TD

4-114-2/50

Alstott-TB

2020/0-0-0

3-111-2/70TD

Middleton-GB

2020/0-0-0

1-98-1/98TD

Taylor-WAS 4

2020/3-180-1/83TD

3-95-1/62

Shockey-NOS 6

2020/5-121-2/37TD

3-90-1/56TD

Owens-DAL-2

2020/ 5-268-3/64,65TD

2-88-2/74TD

Tyler-LAR

2020/0-0-0

2-84-0/50

Ditka-CHI 2

2020/6-268-4/59, 62TD

3-81/0/34

Fitzgerald-AZ 5

2020/3-141-2/49TD

2-75-2/65TD

Monk-WAS

2020/4-155-3/48TD

1-57-1/57TD

Moore-TB

2020/0-0-0

1-51-0/51

Carter-MIN 4

2020/2-180-2/63TD

1-45-1/45TD

 UP NEXT:

WEEK 5 OF 7 * INDICATES 2020 Playoff Team

67. 49ers (2-2) at Titans (3-1)

68. Browns (3-1) at *Packers (3-1)

69. *Colts (2-2) at Cardinals (1-3)

70. *Lions (2-2) at Falcons (3-1)

71. Buccaneers (1-3)  at *Panthers (3-1)

72. *Ravens (1-3) at Bengals (1-3)

73. *Chargers (3-1) at Texans (2-2)

74. *Rams (2-2) at Vikings (1-3)

75. Bills (2-2) at Patriots (2-2)

76. Jaguars (2-2) at *Jets (2-2)

77. Giants (3-1) at Eagles (2-2)

78. Bears (2-2) at *Seahawks (0-4)

79. Steelers (2-2) at Chiefs (3-1)

80. *Broncos (1-3) at Raiders (2-2)

81. *Redskins (1-3) at *Cowboys (1-3)

Monday

82. *Miami Dolphins(4-0) at New Orleans Saints (1-3)

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LEGENDS NEVER DIE! JIM BROWN EXPLODES AS CLEVELAND TOPS LAS VEGAS 31-28 IN A LIEFL WEEK 4 OT STUNNER!

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1842510639_LIEFL495LOGO.png.19ff8d103c797a1931ab5e6798e2f747.png(Photo transformed by Be Funky Art) Cleveland's Jim Brown (32) put on an offensive show this week with a record 438 all-purpose yards with three 100-yark kick returns for touchdowns on the day beating the tough Las Vegas Raiders 31-28 in an overtime thriller! This year's top LIEFL coach is Matt "Zoo-York" at (11-5)! Zoo has his Browns on top of the AFC North at (3-1) ready to face Coach Ed Viggs Green Bay Packers (3-1) in Week #5 beginning today!  

Written by Billy O'C with Levi Vick and Joey Pizz.

(Long Island, New York) December 10, 2022. Welcome to Long Island New York's Long Island Electric Football League warriors with eight people and an alternate coach with some retired, but all have a passion for this throwback game we love called electric football. They knew what they were doing when it all started on Johnson Street in Brooklyn almost 75 years ago! Our league was established in 1972 by an international female athlete with her son and it branched out into the neighborhood by 1974. The kids had the savvy to keep records from the start, it was the mindset. Here we are in 2022 talking on a Forum because the current owner's of Tudor give a darn to evolve our tradition! And, thank goodness for people like Chris LeMay, curator of the National Electric Football Game Museum and his efforts, our preservation is there! So for those of us who love fantasy, we make the game unforgettable as we carry on our rich tradition of playing our childhood favorite hobby! There are all kinds of electric football experts and enthusiasts out there. One guy even contacted us from Long Island and said ... I am so and so and I've done this and that, so he's basically Mr. Electric Football because he was acknowledged by the press and he said he never heard of us. LIEFL Coach Johnny Freeport-Chucker a former Homicide Detective said, "We are the great eight in the Long Island Electric Football League in a world of our own, and we are rich in history, with all well kept meticulous records beginning in the 1970's and we don't care who you are--have fun, just contribute to the hobby and show me the money! When our league really became competitive was in 2008 with the LIEFL DRAFT. Everyone is great in our hobby, even the bull-talkers like me." We encourage all coaches to show their history and use Tudor's Forum page to explode the hobby for future generations to come! 

This week was a week of upsets in the LONG ISLAND ELECTRIC FOOTBALL LEAGUE as we celebrate our 50th year in the hobby. The Panthers upset the Bills, the winless Ravens beat our 2020 LIEFL Super Bowl Champion Packers, the Steelers stopped the undefeated Titans, the Falcons beat the 49ers, and the Saints beat the Buccaneers! The pressure is on in the road less traveled with one coach taking the big prize at Long Island Super Bowl XVII in Coquina Key, Florida. It is amazing how money motivates coaches and what money does to influence our decisions. 

 

                  LIEFL STANDINGS AFTER 4 WEEKS

2022-23 AMERICAN LIEFL CONFERENCE

AFC EAST

W

L

PF

PA

TDS

HOME

AWAY

DIV

CON

NFC

Miami (8-2)

4

0

58

48

7

2-0

2-0

3-0

4-0

0-0

NY Jets (4-4)

2

2

55

48

7

1-0

1-2

1-1

2-1

0-1

Buffalo (2-5)

2

2

70

64

9

2-1

0-1

0-1

1-1

1-1

New England (2-5)

2

2

55

62

7

1-1

1-1

0-2

1-2

1-0

 

AFC NORTH

W

L

PF

PA

TDS

HOME

AWAY

DIV

CON

NFC

Cleveland (2-5)

3

1

69

64

9

3-0

0-1

0-0

2-1

1-0

Pittsburgh (2-5)

2

2

58

48

7

2-1

0-1

1-0

2-2

0-0

Cincinnati (3-4)

1

3

51

64

6

0-0

1-3

0-1

0-2

1-1

Baltimore (6-2)

1

3

55

65

7

1-1

0-2

0-0

0-2

1-1

 

AFC WEST

W

L

PF

PA

TDS

HOME

AWAY

DIV

CON

NFC

LA Chargers (8-3)

3

1

63

40

9

2-0

1-1

1-1

2-1

2-0

Kansas City (2-5)

3

1

64

66

8

2-0

1-1

1-1

3-1

0-0

Las Vegas (2-5)

2

2

71

69

8

1-1

1-1

0-0

2-2

0-0

Denver (4-4)

2

2

65

61

9

1-1

1-1

0-0

2-1

0-1

                          

AFC SOUTH

W

L

PF

PA

TDS

HOME

AWAY

DIV

CON

NFC

Tennessee (4-4)

3

1

58

52

8

2-0

1-1

1-0

1-1

2-0

Jacksonville (1-6)

2

2

62

63

8

2-1

0-1

1-1

1-2

1-0

Houston (1-6)

2

2

73

66

10

2-0

0-2

1-1

1-2

1-0

Indianapolis (7-2)

2

2

80

66

11

2-1

0-1

0-1

0-2

2-0

2022-23 NATIONAL LIEFL CONFERENCE

NFC EAST

W

L

PF

PA

TDS

HOME

AWAY

DIV

CON

AFC

NY Giants (4-3)

3

1

90

83

12

3-0

0-1

1-1

2-1

1-0

Philadelphia (4-3)

2

2

58

55

7

2-1

0-1

2-0

2-2

0-0

Dallas (5-3)

1

3

51

58

6

0-0

1-3

0-2

1-2

0-1

Washington (7-3)

1

3

68

77

8

1-1

0-2

1-1

1-1

0-2

 

NFC NORTH

W

L

PF

PA

TDS

HOME

AWAY

DIV

CON

AFC

Green Bay (9-1)

3

1

48

55

8

1-0

2-1

1-0

3-0

0-1

Detroit (6-3)

2

2

59

53

8

2-1

0-1

0-1

1-2

1-0

Chicago (4-3)

2

2

34

34

4

2-0

0-2

1-0

1-1

1-1

Minnesota (2-5)

1

3

41

51

5

1-0

0-3

0-1

1-2

0-1

 

NFC WEST

W

L

PF

PA

TDS

HOME

AWAY

DIV

CON

AFC

SF 49ers’ (0-7)

2

2

36

48

4

0-2

2-0

0-0

2-2

0-0

LA Rams (6-2)

2

2

58

56

7

2-1

0-1

1-0

2-1

0-1

Arizona (3-4)

1

3

55

63

7

1-0

0-3

0-0

1-1

0-2

Seattle (5-4)

0

4

38

72

5

0-1

0-3

0-1

0-2

0-2

 

NFC SOUTH

W

L

PF

PA

TDS

HOME

AWAY

DIV

CON

AFC

Carolina (4-4)

3

1

70

65

10

2-0

1-1

1-0

1-0

2-1

Atlanta (3-4)

3

1

61

55

7

1-0

2-1

1-0

3-1

0-0

New Orleans (2-5)

1

3

61

66

8

0-1

1-2

1-1

1-2

0-1

Tampa Bay (3-4)

1

3

44

56

5

0-3

1-0

0-2

1-3

0-0

WEEK 4 *Indicates that this team was a 2020 Playoff Team

51. 7 Chiefs (3-0) at *Chargers (2-1) 21 (LAC-Tomlinson 10-275-3/58TD, KC-Gonzales 5-195-1/86TD)

52. 21 *Panthers (2-1) at Bills (2-1) 20 (BU-Simpson 11-257-1/60, CAR-Foster 5-139-2/72TD, Jones 3-162-1/100TD)
53. 28 Raiders (2-1) at
Browns (2-1) 31 (OT 3:43) EFL HISTORIC GAME (CLE-Brown 6-438-3/3x100TDS, LVR-Casper 7-288-2, Jackson 7-138-2/79TD) (914 Total Yards, 59 points!)
54.
21 Patriots (1-2) at *Colts (2-1) 17 (NE-Gronkowski 4-316-3/2x100TDS, IND-Addai 14-289-2/84)
55. 7 *Jets (2-1) at *Dolphins (3-0) 10 (OT 7:50) (NYJ-Walker 2-105-0/65)
56. 17*Redskins (1-2) at Eagles (1-2) 21 (PHI-Byars 8-230-2TDS/82, WA-9-240-1/77)
57. 14 *Packers (3-0) at *Ravens (0-3) 17 (BAL-Mason 4-196-0, GB-Taylor 8-107-0/24) BIG WIN!
58. 17 Cardinals (1-2) at
*Lions (1-2) 21 (DET-Bussey 9-277-2/2x100TDS AZ-Gray 4-226-1/41TD)    
59. 14 Texans (2-1) at Jaguars (1-2) 17
(OT 3:56) (JAC-11-214-1/60, HOU-Dayne 8-163-2/67TD)
60. 14 *Cowboys (1-2) at
Giants (2-1) 17 (OT 2:06) (NYG-Barkley 9-112-1/35, DAL-Owens 4-161-2/74TD)
61. 7 * Titans (3-0) at Steelers (1-2) 17 (PIT-Bettis 8-152-2/58, TEN-Henry 9-117-1/41TD)
62. 17 Bengals (1-2) at *
Broncos (1-2) 23 (OT 5:33) (DEN-Davis 11-271-2/56TD, CIN-Ocho-Cinco 5-246-1/78TD)
63. 7 Falcons (2-1) at 49ers (2-1) 3 (NONE REPORTED)
64.14 *Seahawks (0-3) at *
Rams (1-2) 21 (LAR-Tyler 9-170-3/53TD, Bruce 3-128-0/55, Prohel 1-23-0/23, SEA-Lynch 8-199-2/64TD)
65.
20 Saints (0-3) at Buccaneers (1-2) 14 (OT 4:07) (TB-Alstott 6-121-2/70TD, NO-Bush 14-231-2/42)

Monday
66. 3 Minnesota Vikings (1-2) at Chicago Bears (1-2) 7 (NONE REPORTED)

 GAME OF THE WEEK: Browns 31 Raiders 28 in (OT 3:43)

PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Cleveland’s Jim Brown 417 Yards 3 100-Yard Touchdowns!

HONORABLE MENTION: NE-Rob Gronkowski

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: HOU-Eric Winston (5 Tackles) vs. Jaguars

For the Long Island Electric Football League Week #4, the coaches in the league are talking. There is something special going on in Cleveland with Matt “Zoo York” Cleveland Browns (3-1)! They opened up losing a tough overtime game in Kansas City 16-10, but since that game they have settling in winning three straight against Houston 21-17, Chicago 7-3, and this week’s historic game 31-28 against the Raiders in the game of the week! This coach really won in the LIEFL Draft.

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The Browns and Titans have been put on the radar this year as a team to watch. This is the same Browns team who in 2017 were seated #1 in the AFC Divisional Championship Game only to be embarrassed by Billy O’C’s Buffalo Bills in the AFC Playoffs 45-14. The Browns were Stomped by OJ Simpson and left with lots of unanswered questions because the Browns looked like the team to beat until the resurgence of Buffalo. The Bills were the first Wild Card team to win a Super Bowl in the League, LIEFL Super Bowl XIII in dramatic fashion. The Browns are different this season. Coach Zoo-York Seems to have found a triple threat behind a tough offense line, great running, and one of the best special-teams’ units in the game with legendary running back LIEFL All-Pro Jim Brown crushing it! Brown is at the top of the league this year after four weeks of play, with 862 all-purpose yards and four touchdowns, all 100-yard kick returns! The difference is when the Browns had that powerhouse team in 2017, the Browns did not have the offensive game they have this season. In 2020, Jim Brown was 17-1001-2/2x100TD and ranked #12 in the LIEFL AFC in kick returns. The Browns have earned a different respect this season and it is obvious they are going to compete hard for a title on the AFC North.

The draft has changed the entire dynamic of the team with the new running back player base from the draft Mike Pruitt, two linebacker’s player bases, and one lineman. Matt did a great job in the draft and made great selections from the “pool” of new draft bases. What happens in the draft is obviously the teams who underperformed get first grabs in the order of their wins-losses, ultimately getting the best player bases from the draft. We had 200 player base bottoms and 50 new potential running back bottoms to choose from, all paid for with league dues. Each bottom, just like in your leagues, gets tested using our best lineman to compete against first, which eliminates useless player bases. Then a pool of the very best player base bottoms goes into the draft and the team with the worst records the year before gets picks in order so that the league remains completely competitive. Matt studied those bottoms and now everybody wants to know his secret, but he learned from his friend Coach Viggs to keep his mouth and keep his information to himself. Of course, the loudest mouth of all the Johnny “Freeport Chucker” claims that these guys are cheating because he showed up for the draft an hour late. Whose fault is that? Zoo York’s teams are on fire and at this point he is the number one coach in the league with a 11-5 record!

THE GAME:

The game of the week saw Coach Matt Zoo- York's Cleveland Browns beat Coach Kevin Mac's Raiders in 3:43 of overtime in a sensational win for the Browns! We have to take the Browns for real with Jim Brown leading the way with a stunning total 438 all-purpose yards. Imagine, he had three electrifying 100-yard touchdown runs and the coaches were so loud going wild with excitement in disbelief in the room! Brown earned player of the week, and the game was voted LIEFL Game of the Week by the coaches! There were nearly 30 plays in a 30-minte game with a 40 second setup clock, goes into the Long Island Electric Football League record books as one of the greatest games of so many, but an unforgettable one, nonetheless. Las Vegas Dave Casper played an incredible game with seconds left and the score tied 28-28, Casper slipped by the defender and caught a 12 yard pass to tie the game and send it into OT, until the Browns won the coin toss in overtime beating Las Vegas 31-28! They advance to (3-1). This game with the league tested high-speed Buzz was so fast paced with 59 points between the two teams and 914 total yards in the game! Cleveland will face Green Bay in a huge test next week with Coach Matt Zoo-York against Coach Ed Viggs his mentor. What a great game that is going to be. It will be all hands-on-deck watching that one with every coach buzzing about it! 

Big things are happening in the league and the unexpected as well. The once dominant coaches of the LIEFL are being beaten in big games, and it is great for the league!   

All we care about is league intensity and competitiveness. That's what we think makes the Long Island Electric Football League and leagues around the country so amazing, Competition!  This league is professional, organized, structured, with a competitive intensity. Billy O’C dropped two huge games with two of his top teams the Rams who lost last week to Coach Joey Pizz' Tampa Bay Buccaneers 7-6, to Joey Pizz’. That was a major upset and then this week O'C's  Buffalo Bills were beaten at home 21-20 by the almighty Carolina Panthers who have been so close to making a Super Bowl in this league for the last three seasons. Coach Billy OC's having a rough go at it in the LIEFL’s week #4 action. O J Simpson and the Buffalo Bills were outmatched by Matt Zoo York's Carolina Panthers with return specialist Greg Jones winning the game on 100-yard touchdown run with 1 minute left to go in the game to outmatch Buffalo 21-20 in a game that Buffalo needed.  What a game it was! The intensity is building in the league, and you can feel it in the air that the competition will only get better as the season and coaches take on an “air” of their own. Matt Zoo-York’s Panthers are in a perfect position to win another game as they face the Cinderella Tampa Bay Buccaneers next week at home! OJ Simpson's effort of 257 yards with one touchdown went in the can, and DeShaun Foster had 139 yds rushing as his front line carried him against one of the best front lines in the Long Island Electric Football League in Billy OC's Buffalo Bills. It's very exciting to watch. In the last four seasons Carolina has been an NFC finalist twice. Are the Panthers making their move this year?

The Los Angeles Chargers and Coach Ed Viggs whipped division rival Kansas City Chiefs 21-7 this week after losing to them last week 17-14. Chargers LIEFL All-Pro running back LaDainian Tomlinson wasn't having a loss. He put 167 rushing yards together and 275 all-purpose yards behind LIEFL All-Pro Lineman Earl Faison. Tomlinson scored three big touchdowns giving him eight on the season, as the Chargers (3-1) are now tied with the Chiefs (3-1) for first place in the division! The Chargers defense stopped Chiefs running back Priest Holmes and held him to just five carries on the day. These Chargers and Chiefs will battle in the end for the division title!

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 In other action New England Patriots second year LIEFL Coach Levi Vick pulled off a major upset over the Indianapolis Colts in week #4 with a 21-17 victory! The Patriots LIEFL All-Pro Rob Gronkowski had two 100-yard kick returns for touchdowns and on the last play of the game Gronk caught a 75-yard touchdown pass to pull off the win against the Indianapolis Colts who are now (2-2)! The Patriots (2-2) are on their way back with two big wins in a row and for week five coach Vick surprised the league with stunning new uniforms on his England Patriots 67 big men meeting League regulations to perfection! We don't allow all these other style players in our league. Everything comes from Tudor Games 67-big men. Everybody gets to inspect the team. Before the season Vick had said that he might showcase one of his teams being retrofitted.

Long Island Hall of Fame Sports Historian Andy Slawson of Slawson’s Corner said, “The LIEFL has very strict standardized rules and uniform regulations. We don't bend our rules.” Coach Joey Pizz said, "I love that we are a one stop League. We don't turn players around after the catch to chase other players in our league. When you get burned you get burned. We don't use sticks or any tools to aid in passing. You either are going to make the pass and complete the pass or it's lights out. This year up for voting is the no stop rule again, which has been voted down two seasons in a row. Coach Viggs seems to think that this will be even more realistic to increase the speed of the game." Viggs said, "I would never play in a league where you have to stop the game more than once after the pass and allow people to turn around to chase the guy, that's ridiculous. And I would never play in a league where you get all these countdowns on the setups, it's crazy. Using sticks and all that other nonsense is just not for me. It takes away from the game. The real skill is in true to speed in lifelike situations whether or not you can compete and perform under stressful situations without all the stops, sticks and countdowns for setups. It takes away from feeling the pressure of the game. To me that's not realistic, especially since I played football my entire life on two Rutgers Cup championship teams. Whether they are plastic men or not you want them the game to feel intense. It's such a waste of time." This is a very fast-paced game in our league and the speed dial is amped up for full effect. If a player has the ball runs into the back of an opponent, it is not considered a tackle in the LIEFL because he runs into the back of the player base and a player who is running away from you is not going to tackle you backwards. Also, once a player is out of bounds, he is considered out of the play and ineligible. who you run into their back, cannot make a tackle if you were on a football field. It has to be the front of the player base or side that makes the tackle.

Also, this year we will vote on our 30 second clock instead of 40 which will really increase the pace of the league and the game.

The loud mouth of the league Johnny Freeport Chucker was true to his word beating coach Viggs Packers, dishing out the first loss of the season for the Packers and Coach Ed Viggs. The rest of the league will never hear the end of this win! Chucker said, "What did I tell you? The Pretty Boy finally gets a loss by the better coach. I said it last year that his Packers were overrated and that they had luck on their side. This year my team is going to have luck on my side and I'm going to win that prize in the end. My Ravens team hasn't won a single game. We come out here on my home field and beat the best team in the league and these guys don't want to give me any credit. Viggie will learn this year that you can't always get what you want. That's okay, I'm going to do the same to every coach that I play from here on in. My goal is to ruin the playoff chances of every team in this league with the exception of mine." It appears that the Chucker might have Coach Viggs number with his Ravens kryptonite. Chucker’s Atlanta Falcons won too. They upset San Francisco on their home turf 7-3 in a wild defensive game. League sensation Gerald Riggs was held to just 38 yards the entire game. Losing one game to the Chucker is bad enough, but Coach Viggs dropped two in one evening! Viggs had no comment after the game. But the Freeport Chucker just kept running his mouth. We cannot complain about how Chucker played today, his teams were really on! We have to agree that he put on a show even though it was 7-3, he put all the stops on the 49ers high-powered offense giving coach Viggs a reality check.  San Francisco (2-2) is now tied for first with the Los Angeles Rams (2-2).

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The Eagles (2-2) Keith Byars (41) had 230 all-purpose yards with two touchdowns with 148 yards rushing against division rival Washington Redskins (1-3) as Philadelphia climbs in the NFC EAST with their  21-17 win!

Coach Billy OC said, “I love that other leagues have such dynamic rules, that's what makes this game so great. People have their own way of playing electric football. I respect all the people that play the game. It's a beautiful way to keep a game from the 1950s alive and vibrant and teach a whole new generation of people the joy of playing electric football. So, whatever the rules are whatever the league is, whoever plays the game, it's a game for everyone to enjoy. I don't take it too seriously and even though we play for money, if I lose, I still know that I had a great time playing the game. These two guys Coach Viggs and Johnny Freeport-Chucker, are my favorite coaches to watch. Viggs because he's just the master preparation, and Chucker because every league needs a guy like him in the league with that passion. I think this year we are facing real challenges against other coaches. I love how Levi Vick has transformed his teams and he's brought some great competitive Spirit to this league. If the next person gets approved, I'm sure they'll do the same thing."

In that Ravens-Packers game between these two coaches, the Packers had the lead with a minute left to play 14-10 when LIEFL All-Pro specialist Derrick Mason returned the ball 96 yards setting up a quarterback sneak one play later as the Ravens win on the 21-yard scoring a touchdown 17-14 on the last play of the game!

 League founders, Coach Viggs and Billy O’C are going to have a run for their money this year in this league. Viggs lost his sixth game! The coaches in this league is catching up fast.

It seemed to be a week like we never saw before filled with upsets. The Giants, who lost their last game of the season to Dallas, kicking them out of the playoffs in 2020 beat the Cowboys this time in overtime 17-14! The lethal offensive combination of Saquon Barkley and Ahman Bradshaw proved to be the difference in the game. Bradshaw was the setup man with 197 special teams’ all-purpose yards and Barkley carried the ground game with 112 rushing yards and a touchdown. Bradshaw (9-878-5/4 X 100TD) ranks third in the LIEFL NFC in all-purpose yards behind Atlanta's Gerald Riggs, and Washington's Tony Green. Coach Joey Pizz and his New York Football Giants are on fire! The Dallas Cowboys cannot afford to lose another game because it will eliminate them from having a playoff shot. The Giants lead the Long Island Electric Football League in offense with 90 points scored! Pizz said that he is not overconfident, but he is proud of the way his Giants are competing this season. 

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2022-23 LIEFL Leaders

 

SLAWSON’S CORNER: Long Island EFL Leaders after Week#4

2022-23 LONG ISLAND ELECTRIC FOOTBALL

AFC RUSHING LEADERS    

PLAYER

LIEFL RECORD AFC RECORD: MIA Morris 2019-59-693-13TDS

2020 LEADERS

INCLUDES YEAR, RANK, ATTEMPTS, YARDS, TDS, LONGEST PLAY

AFC LEADERS

CURRENT 2022-23

Tomlinson-LAC 3

2020/30-394-6/58TD

30-448-7/58TD

Henry-TENN

2022-23 FIRST SEASON

25-398-6/64TD

Holmes-KC 10

2020/16-176-3/60TD

30-398-6/60TD

Bettis-PITT 5

2020/39-304-5/40TD             

32-384-5/64, 62TD

Taylor-JAC 15

2020/21-47-0/21

36-342-6/65TD

Morris-MIA  6       

2020/29-252-4/40TD

33-342-4/38TD

Addai-IND 2

2020/32-405-6/72

35-339-8/39

Lewis-BAL 4

2020/26-321-5/55TD

19-299-5/61

Dayne-HOU 11

2020/26-170-2/38TD

28-295-5/44TD

Simpson-BUF 1

2020/51-633-11/57TD

24-265-4/55

Woods-CIN 9

2020/29-186-1/43

22-226-3/51TD

B. Jackson-LVR 8

2020/19-215-3/65TD

31-222-4/43

Davis-DEN 9

2020/19-186-4/42TD

21-205-3/56TD

M. Pruitt-CLE 7

2020/27-223-4/44TD

22-152-3/50TD

Bell-NYJ 12

2020/21-157-3/56

15-146-3/35TD

Maroney-NE  13

2020/23-124-2/27

19-97-2/52TD

Brown-CLE 14

2020/19-94-1/38

3-32-1/22TD

2022-23 LONG ISLAND ELECTRIC FOOTBALL

NFC RUSHING LEADERS    

PLAYER

*NFC & LIEFL RECORD: SF-Watters: 2019/65-925-18TDS 2020 RANK

2020 LEADERS

INCLUDES RANK, YEAR, ATTEMPTS, YARDS, TDS, LONGEST PLAY

NFC LEADERS

CURRENT 2022-23

Foster-CAR 2

2020/45-532-9/64TD

36-417-7/72TD

Byars-PHIL 8

2020/42-426-7/48TD

25-410-6/74TD

LA-Tyler 7           

2020/57-464-7/48TD

35-364-6/61TD

Barkley-NYG 4

2020/42-505-8/60TD

29-297-5/35

Riggs-ATL 1

2020/64-604-11/36TD

26-275-5/33TD

E. Smith-DAL 5

2020/37-502-8/45TD

27-248-4/36TD

Green-WASH 13

2020/45-247-5/55TD

26-239-5/52TD

Bush-NO 11

2020/37-329-3/49TD

22-227-3/52TD

Bussey-DET 6

2020/34-471-9/49

37-224-2/48TD

Lynch-SEA 3

2020/32-510-8/76TD*

21-219-3/60, 64TD

Watters-SF 9

2020/45-413-7/60TD

23-206-3/41TD

Payton-CHI 14

2020/43-245-6/39TD

22-148-2/42

Peterson-MIN 12

2020/40-308-6/50TD

28-147/1/25TD

OJ Anderson-AZ 10

2020/51-389-5/47TD

21-113-0/20

Middleton-GB 15

2020/36-239-1/22

17-101-1/24

Bell-TB 16

2020/41-230-4/48

17-32-0/16

2022-23 LONG ISLAND ELECTRIC FOOTBALL

AFC ALL-PURPOSE LEADERS    

PLAYER

LIEFL RECORD AFC RECORD: KC-Holmes (68-1942-16) (2018) 2020 RANK

2020 LEADERS

INCLUDES RANK, YEAR, RANK, ATTEMPTS, YARDS, TDS, LONGEST PLAY

AFC LEADERS

CURRENT 2022-23

Addai-IND 2

2020/74-1654-10/100TD

48-1099-9/84

Dayne-HOU 4

2020/63-1384-6/2X100TD

44-1017-10/100TD

Taylor-JAC 12

2020/51-1003-3/90

46-900-6/95

Davis-DEN 1

2020/58-1924-15/8x100TD

32-864-6/3X100TD

Brown-CLE 9

2020/37-1126-4/2x100TD

9-862-5/4X100TD

Tomlinson-LAC 3

2020/64-1640-13/2x100

39-855-8/63

Simpson-BUF 7

2020/53-1245-11/100TD

34-837-7/2 x 100TDS

Casper-LVR 6

2020/25-1284-5/100TD

18-797-2/100TD

Gronkowski-NE 5

2020/22-1254-3/3x100TD

12-725-3/2x 100TDS

O. Johnson-CIN 11

2020/20-1018-4/85,75

13-631-2/100TD

Mason-BAL 8

2020/19-1203-4/4X100TD

13-590-1/100TD

Jones-TEN 10

2020/18-1093-3/2 x100TD

11-505-1/100TD

Swann-PITT 15

2020/15-714-4/2x100TD

12-465-1/64

Hill-KC 16

2020/13-650-1/100TD

10-460-1/100TD

Duper-MIA 13

2020/18-1007-2/100TD, 92

9-458-1/100TD

Walker-NYJ 14

2020/21-916-3/92

9-458-1/100TD

Ray Brown-BUF

2020/0-0-0

2-147-1/100TD

 

2022-23 LONG ISLAND ELECTRIC FOOTBALL

NFC ALL-PURPOSE LEADERS    

PLAYER

LIEFL & NFC RECORD*

ATL-Riggs (78-2339-21) (2019) 2020 RANK

2020 LEADERS

INCLUDES ATTEMPTS, YARDS, TDS, LONGEST PLAY

NFC LEADERS

CURRENT 2022-23

Green-WAS 11

2020/62-1190-7/2X100TD

39-1006-6/1x100TD

Riggs-ATL 2

2020/88-1773-13/100TD

37-945-5/89

NYG-Bradshaw 16

2020/8-320-2/100TD

9-878-5/4 X 100TD

D. Bussey-DET 1

2020/55-1863-16/6X100TD

48-853-5/2 x 100TDS

Bush-NOS 8    

2020/59-1305-6/57

34-777-6/2 X100TD

Gray-AZ  12

2020/17-966-4/2X100TD

14-723-5/86, 100TD

Peterson-MIN 9

2020/56-1247-8/100TD

37-636-3/2X100TD

Sharpe-GB 15

2020/14-651-1/45

12-595-4/2 X 100TD

Lynch-SEA 7

2020/49-1332-11/100TD

30-587-4/61

Bruce-LAR 4

2020/27-1415-6/2x100TD 93

12-584-1/68

Byars-PHI

2020/0-0-0

28-523-6/82

Owens-DAL 10

2020/21-1196-7TD/4x100TD

11-497-2/74

G. Jones-CAR 13

2020/18-938-2/2x100TD

10-495-1/100TD

Rice-SF 14

2020/15-724-1/74

9-478-1/100TD

Giles-TB 3

2020/24-1439-9TD/4x100TD

8-457-1/100TD

Gault-CHI 6

2020/23-1340-6/3x100TD

7-387-1/100TD

Carmichael-PHI 5

2020/22-1381-7/6x100TD

8-335-0/74

 

 2022-23 LONG ISLAND ELECTRIC FOOTBALL

AFC KICK RETURN LEADERS    

PLAYER

AFC RECORD:

DEN-Davis 2020/22-1530-8/8x100TD

2020 RANK

2020 LEADERS

INCLUDES RANK, YEAR, RANK, ATTEMPTS, YARDS, TDS, LONGEST PLAY

AFC LEADERS

CURRENT 2022-23

Brown-CLE 7

2020/17-1001-2/2x100TD

10-809-4/4 X100TDS

Addai-IND 9

2020/20-969-1/100TD

12-735-0/64

Gronkowski-NE 2

2020/22-1254-3/3x100TD

11-650-0/2x100TDS

Davis-DEN 1

2020/22-1530-8/8x100TD

10-632-3/3 x100TDS

Casper-LVR 7

2020/19-1001-1/100TD

12-618-1/100TD

Mason-BAL 3

2020/19-1203-4/4X100TD

12-578-1/100TD

OJ Simpson-BUF

2020/0-0-0

10-572-2/2 x 100TDS

Dayne-HOU 4

2020/19-1051-2/2x100TD

11-565-1/100TD

Taylor-JAC 9

2020/15-842-0/74

10-558-0/95

O. Johnson-CIN 5

2020/20-1018-4/85,75

10-511-1/100TD

T. Hill-KC 12

2020/12-640-1/100TD

10-460-1/100TD

Duper-MIA 8         

2020/17-985-1/100TD

9-458-1/100TD

Walker-NYJ 10

2020/16-742-1/100TD

8-456-1/100TD

Jones-TEN

2020/10-455-0/63

9-445-1/100TD

Swann-PITT 11

2020/14-649-4/2x100TD

10-413-0/64

Tomlinson-LAC 6

2020/19-1002-2/2x100TD

8-376-0/63

R Brown-BUF

2020/4-179-0/82

2-147-1/100TD

 

2022-23 LONG ISLAND ELECTRIC FOOTBALL

NFC KICK RETURN LEADERS    

PLAYER

LIEFL & NFC RECORD*

PHI-Harold Carmichael (24-1696-

11 LIEFL 7GS RECORD 11 x100 TDS) 2020 RANK

2020 LEADERS

INCLUDES ATTEMPTS, YARDS, TDS, LONGEST PLAY

NFC LEADERS

CURRENT 2022-23

NYG-Bradshaw 16

2020/5-249-1/100TD

8-848-4/4 X100TD

Green-WAS 10

2020/15-943-2/98,2X100TD

13-767-1/100TD

Riggs-ATL 8

2020/21-1082-1/100TD

11-670-0/89

D. Bussey-DET 6

2020/20-1322-6/6X100TD

9-593-2/2x100TDS

Sharpe-GB 15

2020/14-651-1/45

10-570-2/2X 100TD

Gray-AZ 9

2020/17-966-4/2X100TD

10-569-1/86, 100TD

Bruce-LAR 2

2020/27-1415-6/2x100TD 93

11-539-0/68

Bush-NOS 13  

2020/18-840-0/57

10-500-2/2 X 100TD

G. Jones-CAR 11

2020/18-938-2/2x100TD

10-495-1/100TD

Rice-SF 14            

2020/15-724-1/74

9-478-1/100TD

Giles-TB  1

2020/24-1439-9TD/4x100TD

8-457-1/100TD

Peterson-MIN 12

2020/15-878-2/2x100TD

7-433-2/2x100TD

Owens-DAL 7

2020/21-1196-7TD/4x100TD

9-409-0/64

Carmichael-PHI 3

2020/22-1381-7/6x100TD

10-371-0/74

Gault-CHI 4

2020/23-1340-6/3x100TD

6-364-1/100TD

Lynch-SEA 5

2020/49-1332-11/100TD

8-323-0/63

 

2022-23 LONG ISLAND ELECTRIC FOOTBALL

AFC RECEIVING LEADERS    

PLAYER

AFC RECORD:

REC: NORDIC 7-363-4/73TD,67TD

2020 RANK

2020 LEADERS

INCLUDES RANK, YEAR, RANK, ATTEMPTS, YARDS, TDS, LONGEST PLAY

AFC LEADERS

CURRENT 2022-23

Casper-LVR 1

2020/6-283-4/76

6-179-1/52

Dayne-HOU

2020/0-0-0

5-157-4/67TD

Faulk-NE 4            

2020/5-178-2/42TD

3-133-2/77TD

O. Johnson-CIN 5

2020/4-184-4/75TD

3-120-1/78TD

McCaffery-DEN 13

2020/2-96-1/60

3-118-2/54TD

Jackson-LVR

2020/0-0-0

2-112-2/79TD

Gonzalez-KC 12

2020/3-98-3/42TD

3-108-1/86TD

Nagursky-IND

2020/0-0-0

2-81-1/51

Gronkowski-NE 11

2020/2-100-0/44

1-75-1/75TD

Brown-BU

2020/0-0-0

1-65-1/65TD

Smith-JAC

2020/0-0-0/0

3-59-2/31

Maynard-NYJ

2020/0-0-0

1-48-1/48TD

 

 

2022-23 Long Island Electric Football

NFC RECEIVING LEADERS

PLAYER

NFC & LIEFL RECORD: DET-Johnson (6-359-5TD) (2019) 2020 RANK

2020 LEADERS

INCLUDES ATTEMPTS, YARDS, TDS, LONGEST PLAY

NFC LEADERS

CURRENT 2022-23

Gray-AZ 7

2020/2-85-2/44TD

4-154-4/41TDTD

Colbert-CAR 6

2020/3-121-2/66TD

4-114-2/50

Alstott-TB

2020/0-0-0

3-111-2/70TD

Middleton-GB

2020/0-0-0

1-98-1/98TD

Taylor-WAS 4

2020/3-180-1/83TD

3-95-1/62

Shockey-NOS 6

2020/5-121-2/37TD

3-90-1/56TD

Owens-DAL-2

2020/ 5-268-3/64,65TD

2-88-2/74TD

Tyler-LAR

2020/0-0-0

2-84-0/50

Ditka-CHI 2

2020/6-268-4/59, 62TD

3-81/0/34

Fitzgerald-AZ 5

2020/3-141-2/49TD

2-75-2/65TD

Monk-WAS

2020/4-155-3/48TD

1-57-1/57TD

Moore-TB

2020/0-0-0

1-51-0/51

Carter-MIN 4

2020/2-180-2/63TD

1-45-1/45TD

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WEEK 5 OF 7 * INDICATES 2020 Playoff Team

67. 49ers (2-2) at Titans (3-1)

68. Browns (3-1) at *Packers (3-1)

69. *Colts (2-2) at Cardinals (1-3)

70. *Lions (2-2) at Falcons (3-1)

71. Buccaneers (1-3)  at *Panthers (3-1)

72. *Ravens (1-3) at Bengals (1-3)

73. *Chargers (3-1) at Texans (2-2)

74. *Rams (2-2) at Vikings (1-3)

75. Bills (2-2) at Patriots (2-2)

76. Jaguars (2-2) at *Jets (2-2)

77. Giants (3-1) at Eagles (2-2)

78. Bears (2-2) at *Seahawks (0-4)

79. Steelers (2-2) at Chiefs (3-1)

80. *Broncos (1-3) at Raiders (2-2)

81. *Redskins (1-3) at *Cowboys (1-3)

Monday

82. *Miami Dolphins(4-0) at New Orleans Saints (1-3)

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TWO CORRECTIONS.  It was Tony Green in Game #56 who had 240 all-purpose yards. It was Fred Taylor in Game#59 who had 214 all-purpose yards. (We forgot to add the players name.

56. 17*Redskins (1-2) at Eagles (1-2) 21 (PHI-Byars 8-230-2TDS/82, WA-Green 9-240-1/77)

59. 14 Texans (2-1) at Jaguars (1-2) 17 (OT 3:56) (JAC-TAYLOR 11-214-1/60, HOU-Dayne 8-163-2/67TD)

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