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2020 Long Island EFL WEEK#6 San Francisco 49ers (0-5) vs Dallas Cowboys (3-2)


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                                               San Francisco 49ers (0-5) vs Dallas Cowboys (3-2)

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49ERS.jpg.3aecda642badf3c711c24ae06213d2ac.jpgSAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (0-5)

SFTD.png.f6e0880a33e80a0d5edb449c9512e761.pngCOACH: ED VIGGS (15-8)

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Long Island Electric Football League WEEK#6 is closing with one more game left, and then it's on to the post-season! "Don't be fooled by the 49ers record. I bet they could compete in any league in the country, and don't ever count Coach Ed Viggs out of a game. Viggs is the Master of Preparation in this League," said Long Island Sports Hall of Fame Inductee, Andrew Slawson of Slawson's Corner, our own LIEFL Hobby Analyst. This season certainly did not turn out the way the San Francisco 49ers (0-5), Coach Viggs planned in the Long Island Electric Football League. With WEEK#6 and the 2020 LIEFL season winding down, the 49ers are one team that has been a mystery, especially since they have probably one of the best team's, and the best coach in the league. Somehow, after a (6-2) season in 2019, the 49ers have yet to win a game this season. Viggs really doesn't want to talk about it. The 49ers had a stellar season as the Number #1 Seed in the NFC, and then they lost in the first round of the playoffs 38-34 in the NFC Divisional Game to division rival Los Angeles, and it's been all downhill since that 2019, game. Running back Ricky Watters rushed for a historic 925 yards in 2019, which is a LIEFL seven-game season record that we don't think will be broken anytime soon. Watters also had 18 touchdowns. But the real question is where did the offense disappear to? What happens when the unexplainable cannot be explained? San Francisco got off to a poor start and it derailed their season right from the get-go. Coach Viggs has little tolerance for underperforming electric football players.  

 

The 49ers of 2020, do not compare at all to 2019, and it would be lopsided to do the comparison. Ricky Watters only has 31 carries for 360 yards with six touchdowns, and Jerry Rice, who was one of the best playmakers in this league for two straight seasons, hasn't seen much of the ball. He's only touched the ball 11 times for 531 yards, so that is something that this team is not used to seeing. It's never too late to get started in this league when it comes to winning. The 49ers would love nothing more than to knock the Dallas Cowboys (3-2), out of the playoff picture, but can Levi Vick the rookie coach withstand the experience and pressure that Coach Viggs and the 49ers will put on Dallas?

The Arizona Cardinals beat the 49ers at home in WEEK#1, in overtime in a major upset to start the season. The 49ers then lost on the road against the Jets 14-10, and the Giants the following week 20-14, in overtime. Then they lost the Philadelphia at home 20-14, in overtime, and the Rams at home 16-10 in overtime. There you have those four losses against them in overtime, which could have gone either way and that explains the San Francisco 49ers season. One thing is certain, the Cowboys are in for a game today!

 

2020 NFC WEST

W

L

PF

PA

TDS

HOME

AWAY

DIV

CON

AFC

LA Rams (8-3) X

5

1

112

89

15

3-0

2-1

1-0

3-1

2-0

Arizona (5-3)

3

3

100

93

13

1-2

2-1

1-0

2-3

1-0

Seattle (4-3)

3

3

87

94

12

1-1

2-2

0-0

2-2

2-0

SF 49ers’ (6-2)

0

5

62

87

8

0-3

0-2

0-2

0-4

0-1

Totals:        

0

0

0

0

0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

6987953b941529d7424ab28d9c19a115--cowboys-helmet-clipart-images.jpg.a969c6189613ebd4f8c5afb4b5422f16.jpgDALLAS COWBOYS (3-2)

COWBOYSTD.png.227b2cd5483f8838012776017f6ead77.pngCOACH: LEVI VICK (7-15)

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The Cowboys have a chance to make it to the post season! It is Coach Levi Vick's sole goal to make that happen for this LIEFL historic team. The Cowboys hold the Long Island EFL record for most points scored in a playoff game dating back twenty-years, when they beat the Atlanta Falcons 56-52, in one of the wildest LIEFL games in our league history!

That brings us to today's game with the extremely competitive Dallas Cowboys, coached by rookie coach, Levi Vick, who is fighting for a chance to make the playoffs in the NFC East with these Cowboys. Dallas has won three straight games and are in a whirlpool of competition in the NFC East. The Cowboys have had a very strong year and they've kept almost every game close. They lost their first game of the season to the defending LIEFL Super Bowl Champion Los Angeles Rams 17-14, then they lost an important game at home to Atlanta 27-21, in a beautiful overtime game. In WEEK#3, they beat the unpredictable Seattle at Seattle 21-14, then they beat Cleveland 14-10, and Washington 14-10, last week. Running back Emmitt Smith has five touchdowns on 26 carries, with 296 yards, but the guy who's exploded the most has been their star player, LIEFL-All-Pro, Terrell Owens. Owens has 13 carries for 847 yards, with six touchdowns. He has been a beast to opponents! Owens ranks 12th in the NFC in all-purpose yards, and he ranks 13th in kick returns. He has four 100-yard kick returns for touchdowns!

And then there's the consistent Dallas Cowboy front five who have played very well this year, led by big Larry Allen, and one of the best tackle's in the game, Randy White. White and Allen are the anchors in the trenches and both are gunning for the Coaches Selection for All-Pro team, to be announced November 24, 2020. The Cowboys have been on the brink of making the playoffs for the last four seasons, but they have not been able to reach that goal. And as mentioned earlier, the last time these Cowboys reached the playoffs was in a historic game against the Atlanta Falcons when they beat the Falcons in the NFC Wild Card Game in 2000, 56-52. Dallas went on to lose that LIEFL season in the NFC Divisional Championship Game romp to division rival Philadelphia, 35-20. They are long overdue for a run!  

2020 NFC EAST

W

L

PF

PA

TDS

HOME

AWAY

DIV

CON

AFC

NY Giants (2-5)

4

2

95

79

13

3-0

1-2

0-0

1-2

3-0

Washington (3-4)

4

2

84

69

9

3-0

1-2

1-1

2-2

2-0

Philadelphia (4-4)

4

2

116

96

15

2-1

2-1

0-1

3-2

1-0

Dallas (3-4)

3

2

77

78

12

2-1

1-1

1-0

2-2

1-0

Totals:

0

0

0

0

0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

 

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COWBOYS KEEP SAN FRANCISCO WINLESS IN 17-14 WIN!

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img_530455.thumb.png.439ffd060daac76e9d1fe2629509ed25.pngTHE PLAY BY PLAY "INSIDE THE GRID":

November 8, 2020, Dallas, Texas. On a nice opening kick return by Dallas Special teams All-Pro, Terrell Owens, he ran the ball back 52 yards and tackled hard by San Francisco tackler, Chris Doleman at the 48-yard line of the 49ers. On first down, Cowboys running back Emmitt Smith blasted through the trenches behind lineman Larry Allen, for a Smith 46 yard-run through the left side of the 49ers defense to the one yard line of the 49ers, with 13:10 left to go in the half setting up another first down for Dallas. The Cowboys are in the hunt for a four-way tie in the NFC East as 49ers Coach Viggs tries to be the spoiler for Dallas.

One play later, Smith and the front line of Dallas bullied their way through the 49ers defense, as Smith dashed into the end zone to make the 7-0, with 11 minutes left to go in the half! Dallas took the lead!
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San Francisco's Jerry Rice took the ball back 37 yards on the 49ers first possession. And on first down, the Dallas Cowboy defense took charge, making a defensive statement with Larry Allen in the lead, Leon Lett, and Ed Jones closing in on the center of the trenches, while Michael Irving ambushed 49ers running back Ricky Watters from the outside making a great tackle, making it second down at the 27 yard line of San Francisco. Levi Vick has his Cowboys playing with some very serious intensity. Ricky Watters got caught up in a horrible play on second down, and he turned around at the 49ers own 20 yard line, forcing a difficult third play against a swarming Cowboys defense! What a third down play! Quarterback Joe Montana unleashed a pass to Watters, who took it 65 yards down field to the 15-yard line of the Dallas, with 3:08 left to go in the half to bring San Francisco in scoring range! But, on the next play, Dallas came up big on defense again, with Larry Allen stopping Watters 10 yards behind the line of scrimmage on first down as time was running out in the half! And, on third down 49ers tight end Dwight Clark caught a nice over-the-shoulder pass from 35 yards out from Montana to score touchdown to tie the game 7-7, as the first half came to a close! Wow!
 
On a nice kick return to start the second half, Terrell Owens had a speedy runback of 52 yards for the second time in the game. The Dallas front line did their job, handing the ball to Emmitt Smith, who took off for a first down with an 8-yard run to the 49ers 40-yard line! This front line is not giving in today for the Cowboys. They're playing like Barn-busters as Smith ran for another first down to the 34 yard line of San Francisco, for a seven-yard pickup. Dallas with 11:22 remaining in the game built up the intensity at playoff level! This is a team determined to get to the next level this season.
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On the very next play Smith exploded for a 34-yard touchdown run for his second of the game on a beautiful play as Larry Allen opened up the inside game for Smith to lead the Dallas charge as the Cowboys take the lead 14-7, with 10:08 left to go in the game!
 
It's a phenomenon. How does a team win six games the season before in the 49ers, and they can't even muster up a victory the following season? This was one of the top offenses in the entire league. They have just shut down and quit!
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Jerry Rice returned a beautiful 60-yard kick return and on first down Watters picked up two yards for the 49ers. On second down, Watters ran for eight yards to the Dallas 28-yard line to pick up the first down, as the 49ers show some movement on that front line in a huge battle in the trenches with lots of pushing and shoving going on between two heated rivals. Coach Viggs has no quit in him, as he makes his team work. You can bet that he's going to push this 49ers team to the limit to get the most out of them before the season's end. The Cowboys look for their first playoff opportunity in 20 years, and this could be an interesting finish, as Ricky Waters rans into the end zone from 28 yards away to tie the game at 14-14, with 3:52 left to go in the game! What a game and what a run for Watters!
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After that kick return of 30 yards by Terrell Owens, Dallas had to fight hard to gain some yardage back, and on first down, Dallas quarterback Zak Precott threw a tight pass on the money to Owens, who redeemed himself with a 50-yard catch, taking the ball to the 19-yard line of the 49ers as the stop-clock time ran down to 7 seconds left to go on the clock. The 49ers lose to the Dallas Cowboys on a 19-yard field-goal as Dallas makes it a four-way tie in the NFC East with a 17-14 victory over San Francisco!  What an incredible game!
 
POST GAME STATISTICS:

14 49ERS.jpg.3aecda642badf3c711c24ae06213d2ac.jpg SAN FRANCISCO (0-6)  

NEXT OPPONENT: at Seattle (3-3)

SFTD.png.f6e0880a33e80a0d5edb449c9512e761.png Watters RU: 7-38-1TD/28TD, REC: 1-65-0/65 ALL-PURPOSE: 8-103-1/65, Rice KR: 2-97-0/60, Clark REC: 1-35-1TD/35TD

17 6987953b941529d7424ab28d9c19a115--cowboys-helmet-clipart-images.jpg.a969c6189613ebd4f8c5afb4b5422f16.jpgDALLAS (4-2) 

NEXT OPPONENT: at New York Giants (4-2)

COWBOYSTD.png.227b2cd5483f8838012776017f6ead77.png Smith RU: 5-96-2TD/46, Owens KR: 3-134-0/52, REC: 1-50-0/50
 

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