Totems' Raymond Crump has an opinion on who is the best RB

'We see a lot of players thinking they are the best at their position', said the Totems RB Raymond Crump. He continued. 'I prefer to look at individual players, and ask myself: Am I better than him?'. Raymond Crump brings up David Spain every chance he gets, it seems. 'Is he faster than me? nah. Look at the tape, once the pads come on he slows down. Sure, he is good and he may even be as good as me some day.' The Totems RB said. Certainly such words will set the internet forums on fire, and it will be interesting to see if David Spain takes the bait and responds.

Week 15: QB John Eggleston (HRR) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The league announced Houston RoughRiders quarterback John Eggleston has been named Offensive Player of the Week.

The RoughRiders defeated the Memphis Pharaohs, 43 to 21. Eggleston did his part, throwing 2 touchdowns, completing 23 of 31 passes for 303 yards. His outstanding performance now brings his season Touchdown to Interception Ratio to 17 to 2, and a passer rating of 96.8.

Week 15: DE James Chun (NO) wins Defensive Player of the Week

DE Chun absolutely dominated in the Reapers 20-13 game with the Windsor Gamblers. He finished with 3 Tck, 3 Sck, 3 FF, 1 FR.

Game Recaps for Week 15

Sharks - 23, Bears - 10
RoughRiders - 43, Pharaohs - 21
Reapers - 20, Gamblers - 13
Totems - 37, North - 3

Game of the Week: Toronto North at Seattle Totems

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : Toronto North
This is a very good offense. They are 3rd in the league pass completion percentage. They are 3rd in the league passing touchdowns with 18. They are 1st in the league passing yards per game. They average 300.9! They are 5th in the league in sacks allowed. They are maulers, 3rd in the league in pancakes. They are 5th in the league average yards per rush. They are 5th in the league rushing touchdowns with 9. They are 3rd in the league points scored per game. They average 22.5! They will rack up a lot of points.

Mary Moore : Seattle Totems
They will win again this week.

Jim Nox : Toronto North
I just have this gut feeling. Easy prediction.

Darren Francis : Toronto North
You just have to look at their defense. They are 2nd in pass defense. They only give up 190.2 per game. They are 5th in run defense. Giving up only 117.2 yards per game. They are 2nd in interceptions with 13. They are 3rd in the league in tackles for loss. They are 5th in the league pass average yards per rush. They are 5th in forced fumbles.

Toronto North pull off the upset!

With an outstanding effort the Toronto North pull off the upset against Nova Scotia Sharks.
Everyone had expected the Nova Scotia Sharks to handle the Toronto North with ease, but the North just wanted it more. This was really a must win game for the Sharks, and the loss will surely put a dent in their confidence.

Ronald Riggins takes aim at the Bears.

Ronald Riggins was angry in his postgame interview after the Totems' loss. Ronald Riggins - RB left no possibility for mistakes about his opinion of the Bears. 'They should care more about how they carry themselves. They were acting like classless clowns', a clearly bitter Riggins said.

Week 14: RB Raymond Crump (SEA) wins Offensive Player of the Week

Week 14's Offensive Player of the Week is Running Back Raymond Crump. His 17 att, 132 yds, 1 TD performance stood out in the 37 to 0 victory for the Seattle Totems.

The former LSU gridiron star is racking up the rushing yards and now has 1444 Yards and 3 Touchdowns for the season.

Week 14: LB Abel Baca (BCFC) wins Defensive Player of the Week

LB Abel Baca of the BCFC Bears has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Baca finished with 8 Tck, 3 Sck, 1 FF, 1 FR.

Game Recaps for Week 14

North - 30, Sharks - 27
Reapers - 31, RoughRiders - 21
Bears - 30, Pharaohs - 16
Totems - 37, Gamblers - 0

Game of the Week: Nova Scotia Sharks at Toronto North

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : Nova Scotia Sharks
Looking at the two rosters, I suspect that Joe Hornsby - DE has to potential to carry the Sharks defense. I see a lot of points being scored in this game.

Mary Moore : Nova Scotia Sharks
I really think their defense will make the difference. They are 2nd in sacks with 65. They are 1st in points allowed, averaging only 13.1. They are 1st in run defense. Giving up only 74.8 yards per game. They are 1st in interceptions with 13. They are 1st in the league pass average yards per rush. They are 1st in forced fumbles. They get their win and this game will be just another day at the office.

Jim Nox : Toronto North
I have a lot of respect for head coach Lawrence Schaefer. He is doing great things in Toronto. He is doing some really smart things on offense. He is has a really good understanding of what works on defense.

Darren Francis : Nova Scotia Sharks
For difficult games like this you need to come together as a team. When I look at the Sharks, players like Patrick Kirk - T, John Smith - TE and Lawrence Baumgartner - WR are the kind of players I would want to ensure my team plays as a unit. I expect some incredible plays in this game.

BCFC Bears surprise everyone!

With an outstanding effort the BCFC Bears pull off the upset against Seattle Totems.
Everyone had expected the Seattle Totems to handle the BCFC Bears with ease, but the Bears just wanted it more. This was really a must win game for the Totems, and the loss will surely put a dent in their confidence.

Donald Vail calls out North Head Coach Schaefer after loss.

Donald Vail pointed the finger at his coaches in analyzing the North loss. 'We have to step up, all of us' he said, and continued: 'But they, the coaches, have to get us ready and have the right gameplan. Well, we were not ready and we had the wrong gameplan'. 'I think this roster has great promise, but certain factors are holding us back. One factor might be Lawrence Schaefer. He has not gotten players to buy in, but I hope we can get in sync soon, but something has to give eventually.' the 25 year old TE said.

Week 13: RB David Lightner (WIN) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The honor comes after Lightner's 4 att, 119 yds, 2 TD performance against the Windsor Gamblers. Lightner from Kent State was selected in round 5, 6 years ago.

Lightner now has 119 Rushing Yards and 2 Touchdowns for the season.

Week 13: DE Joe Hornsby (NSS) wins Defensive Player of the Week

DE Joe Hornsby of the Nova Scotia Sharks has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Hornsby finished with 4 Tck, 2 Sck.

Game Recaps for Week 13

Bears - 15, Totems - 14
RoughRiders - 27, Gamblers - 22
North - 17, Reapers - 14
Sharks - 52, Pharaohs - 10

Game of the Week: Nova Scotia Sharks at Memphis Pharaohs

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : Nova Scotia Sharks
I really think their offense will make the difference. They are 2nd in the league pass completion percentage. They are 1st in the league passing touchdowns with 21. They are 5th in the league passing yards per game. They average 194.9! They are 3rd in the league in sacks allowed. They are 1st in the league average yards per rush. They are 2nd in the league rushing touchdowns with 13. They are 2nd in the league rushing yards per game. They average 130.1! They are 1st in the league points scored per game. They average 30.4!

Mary Moore : Nova Scotia Sharks
The leadership on the Sharks is great. You look at guys like Joe Hornsby - DE and what he does for a team. Leadership like that helps you win games.

Jim Nox : Nova Scotia Sharks
I love what they are doing in Nova Scotia coaching-wise. Head coach Shawn Reynolds is a major reason they will win this game. Offensively he is a great and innovative thinker. He is running an explosive defense. It may even be a blow out.

Darren Francis : Nova Scotia Sharks
They are on a win streak. They will continue that streak. They will win this game.

Defense dominates in Nova Scotia.

The Sharks D-Line is riddling opponents so far this season with a total of 31 sacks, 6 forced fumbles and 90 tackles in 11 games.

Is Parker a bad influence?

According to rumours out of the Reapers locker room Joseph Parker - DT has been getting in the ears of teammates about what he sees as shortcomings certain coaches. Players are divided as the issue causes more and more friction in the locker room.

Ronald Riggins calls out Totems DE Gunderson after loss.

Harsh words after the Totems - Reapers game from Ronald Riggins. The Totems RB called out the Totems' players, suggesting some of his teammates were phoning it in. 'We lost and somebody is to blame. If you look at the game, you will see some players just are not delivering.' said the Totems RB. Asked to clarify, Riggins suggested Jean Gunderson - DE needs to perform better, but underscored that there was plenty of blame to go around. 'Guys need to listen, we need to get grinding, you cannot just show up and expect to play or expect to win', Riggins concluded.

Week 12: QB Monty Allison (TOR) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The Toronto North' Monty Allison threw 1 touchdowns, completing 30 of 52 passes for 378 yards in the Pharaohs victory over the Toronto North.

After being drafted in Round 1 of the 1996 amateur draft, season number 11 for Allison, has seen some impressive numbers including 14 touchdown passes this season.

Week 12: DE Michael Cotton (MEM) wins Defensive Player of the Week

DE Cotton absolutely dominated in the Pharaohs 29-23 game with the Toronto North. He finished with 1 Tck, 1 Sck, 1 FF.

Game Recaps for Week 12

Sharks - 37, Gamblers - 16
Reapers - 30, Totems - 13
RoughRiders - 20, Bears - 16
Pharaohs - 29, North - 23

Game of the Week: New Orleans Reapers at Seattle Totems

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : Seattle Totems
Looking at how the teams match up, logic entails that the offense will struggle to counter Frank Hutcherson - LB. Watch out for him.

Mary Moore : New Orleans Reapers
I do not think people realize how good this offense is. They are 3rd in the league passing touchdowns with 14. They are 2nd in the league passing yards per game. They average 211.2! They are 4th in the league in sacks allowed. They are maulers, 5th in the league in pancakes. They are 5th in the league points scored per game. They average 18.5! A tough choice. I think it will be a close game.

Jim Nox : Seattle Totems
This is a very good defense. They are 2nd in sacks with 47. They are 1st in points allowed, averaging only 12.4. They are 3rd in pass defense. They only give up 192.7 per game. They are 2nd in run defense. Giving up only 71.2 yards per game. They are 1st in the league pass average yards per rush. They are 2nd in forced fumbles.

Darren Francis : New Orleans Reapers
For this game, I have to point out that Fredrick Staley - RB can take over a game. The Reapers offense is great when he shows up. A single digit win.

Who is the best T? Bears' Forrest Jorgenson or Sharks' Patrick Kirk?

'We see a lot of players thinking they are the best at their position', said the Bears T Forrest Jorgenson. He continued. 'I prefer to look at individual players, and ask myself: Am I better than him?'. The Bears player remarks came in response to some online speculation about who was the better T. 'I think I have proved what I am. I feel confident about where I am, but I think maybe Patrick Kirk has a little more he needs to prove, if you get me? At least if he want to be compared to me.', he said.

Week 11: QB James Grigsby (NSS) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The league announced Nova Scotia Sharks quarterback James Grigsby has been named Offensive Player of the Week.

The Sharks defeated the New Orleans Reapers, 30 to 13. Grigsby did his part, throwing 4 touchdowns, completing 26 of 36 passes for 309 yards. His outstanding performance now brings his season Touchdown to Interception Ratio to 18 to 8, and a passer rating of 85.4.

Week 11: LB Jeffery Lopez (WIN) wins Defensive Player of the Week

LB Lopez absolutely dominated in the North 16-12 game with the Windsor Gamblers. He finished with 7 Tck, 1 Sck, 1 Int, 1 Def TD, 1 Sfty.

Game Recaps for Week 11

North - 16, Gamblers - 12
Totems - 24, RoughRiders - 12
Pharaohs - 21, Bears - 18
Sharks - 30, Reapers - 13

Week 11: C John Christmas (NO) has suffered a major injury!

The New Orleans Reapers' C John Christmas has suffered an injury: Out (8-12 weeks).

Game of the Week: Seattle Totems at Houston RoughRiders

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : Seattle Totems
They will keep their winstreak going.

Mary Moore : Houston RoughRiders
This defense is likely to step up this week. They are 4th in sacks with 40. They are 5th in points allowed, averaging only 20.7. They are 5th in pass defense. They only give up 218.4 per game. They are 4th in run defense. Giving up only 114.7 yards per game. They are 5th in the league in tackles for loss. They are 5th in the league pass average yards per rush.

Jim Nox : Seattle Totems
Looking at the teams, it is obvious that there is this RB named Jerome Jones. I expect everyone will be watching him, and he will shine.

Darren Francis : Houston RoughRiders
The RoughRiders have really strong team play. You look at a player like Dennis Salas - QB and what he does for a team. He makes everyone around him better. There will be a lot to dissect after this game.

Week 10: RB Raymond Crump (SEA) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The honor comes after Crump's 23 att, 145 yds, 1 TD performance against the BCFC Bears. Crump from LSU was selected in round 1, 3 years ago.

Crump now has 1017 Rushing Yards and 2 Touchdowns for the season.

Week 10: DE Jeffrey Krebs (SEA) wins Defensive Player of the Week

DE Krebs absolutely dominated in the Totems 38-3 game with the BCFC Bears. He finished with 3 Tck, 1 Sck, 1 Sfty.

Game Recaps for Week 10

Sharks - 31, North - 24
Reapers - 28, Pharaohs - 7
RoughRiders - 47, Gamblers - 14
Totems - 38, Bears - 3

Game of the Week: BCFC Bears at Seattle Totems

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : BCFC Bears
In this game, everything points to that Jaime Low - CB is a guy who will carry a game. He is getting paid a lot of money to carry games. They might even win with three touchdowns.

Mary Moore : Seattle Totems
It may even be a blow out.

Jim Nox : BCFC Bears
I find it hard to bet against coach Ellsworth Robinson. He always has them well prepared. Defensively he makes great adjustments.

Darren Francis : BCFC Bears
They have a dominant defense. They do not get enough credit for that. They are 5th in run defense. Giving up only 116.8 yards per game. They are 5th in the league in tackles for loss. They are 2nd in the league pass average yards per rush. A single digit win.

Optimism after Gamblers-Reapers game!

George Mclean was optimistic in his postgame interview after the loss to the Gamblers. The Reapers SS said he saw good things from his team in the game against the Gamblers. 'We proved this game that we have it in us. We came close and we showed what we are all about. This team is hungry, and I think there are good things in there future.', he said.

Week 9: QB Monty Allison (TOR) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The Toronto North' Monty Allison threw 3 touchdowns, completing 29 of 46 passes for 317 yards in the Totems victory over the Toronto North.

After being drafted in Round 1 of the 1996 amateur draft, season number 11 for Allison, has seen some impressive numbers including 12 touchdown passes this season.

Week 9: DE Joe Hornsby (NSS) wins Defensive Player of the Week

DE Joe Hornsby of the Nova Scotia Sharks has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Hornsby finished with 4 Tck, 1 Sck.

Game Recaps for Week 9

Gamblers - 10, Bears - 6
RoughRiders - 30, Pharaohs - 13
Sharks - 23, Reapers - 9
Totems - 27, North - 25

Game of the Week: New Orleans Reapers at Nova Scotia Sharks

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : New Orleans Reapers
Certainly, this defense will have a good game. They are 2nd in sacks with 37. They are 4th in points allowed, averaging only 20.9. They are 3rd in run defense. Giving up only 104.1 yards per game. They are 4th in interceptions with 5. They are 4th in the league in tackles for loss. They are 4th in forced fumbles. They might even blow them out.

Mary Moore : New Orleans Reapers
In this game, it seems obvious that Darren Lassiter - G will dominate the defense. This is going to be great to watch.

Jim Nox : New Orleans Reapers
When you think of the players that will be on the field, a good bet is that the offense will not be able to contain Samuel Lunsford - FS. He will destroy them.

Darren Francis : Nova Scotia Sharks
The leadership on the Sharks is great. You look at guys like Joe Hornsby - DE and what he does for a team. Leadership like that helps you win games.

Charles Thomas calls out Gamblers T Wilder after loss.

Charles Thomas was angry with his teammates after the loss. He said that the entire team needed to step up. However, he also singled out some teammates. 'Man, I think a bunch of guys let us down. I could point the finger at many.' the 32 year old QB said. Later in the interview he seemed to indicate that David Wilder - T was one of the players he had in mind.

Week 8: RB Jesse Halverson (MEM) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The honor comes after Halverson's 14 att, 126 yds, 1 TD performance against the Windsor Gamblers. Halverson from TCU was selected in round 2, 0 years ago.

Halverson now has 381 Rushing Yards and 4 Touchdowns for the season.

Week 8: DE William Blankenship (BCFC) wins Defensive Player of the Week

DE William Blankenship of the BCFC Bears has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Blankenship finished with 2 Tck, 2 Sck.

Game Recaps for Week 8

Bears - 6, Reapers - 3
Pharaohs - 20, Gamblers - 3
RoughRiders - 20, North - 17
Totems - 10, Sharks - 7

Game of the Week: Nova Scotia Sharks at Seattle Totems

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : Nova Scotia Sharks
For this game, a good bet is that Ronald Rector - SS needs to show up, but if he does the Sharks defense is very stingy.

Mary Moore : Nova Scotia Sharks
This is a very good defense. They are 4th in sacks with 27. They are 1st in points allowed, averaging only 12.5. They are 4th in pass defense. They only give up 215.3 per game. They are 1st in run defense. Giving up only 75.7 yards per game. They are 1st in interceptions with 7. They are 5th in the league pass average yards per rush. They are 1st in forced fumbles.

Jim Nox : Nova Scotia Sharks
Patrick Kirk - T. John Smith - TE. Lawrence Baumgartner - WR. Team players! With guys who can gell like that, they get wins.

Darren Francis : Nova Scotia Sharks
They field one of the most underestimated offenses. They are 2nd in the league pass completion percentage. They are 1st in the league passing touchdowns with 12. They are 2nd in the league in sacks allowed. They are 5th in the league average yards per rush. They are 1st in the league rushing touchdowns with 11. They are 2nd in the league rushing yards per game. They average 142.2! They are 1st in the league points scored per game. They average 34.3!

Stuart Lira consoles North after loss.

Stuart Lira was frank and upbeat about the game against Bears in an interview after the game. 'Surely, we lost, but we were playing well. I think this is a testament to our character and preparation' said Lira. He added: 'The Bears are a good team, but I we played our hearts out and kept grinding. We learned a lot from this game, and it will help us in the future'.

Week 7: RB Raymond Crump (SEA) wins Offensive Player of the Week

Week 7's Offensive Player of the Week is Running Back Raymond Crump. His 23 att, 252 yds, 0 TD performance stood out in the 24 to 13 victory for the Seattle Totems.

The former LSU gridiron star is racking up the rushing yards and now has 727 Yards and 1 Touchdowns for the season.

Week 7: LB Abel Baca (BCFC) wins Defensive Player of the Week

LB Baca absolutely dominated in the Bears 28-26 game with the Toronto North. He finished with 5 Tck, 1 Sck, 2 Int, 1 FF, 1 FR.

Game Recaps for Week 7

Bears - 28, North - 26
Reapers - 20, Pharaohs - 12
Totems - 24, RoughRiders - 13

Seth Kasper - SS signs extension with the Reapers

The New Orleans Reapers front office has announced that they have signed Seth Kasper - SS to a new contract. Kasper will stay with the team on a 1 year deal with a base salary of 4350000

Game of the Week: Houston RoughRiders at Seattle Totems

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : Seattle Totems
Looking at the two rosters, I suspect that Jeffrey Krebs - DE will be a key player to watch. His paycheck is a good indication of the kind of player he is.

Mary Moore : Houston RoughRiders
Easy prediction.

Jim Nox : Seattle Totems
Team play. Playing as a unit. You cannot discount the difference it makes. I am thinking of a guy like Gary Johnson - C. Playing as a team is what gets them the win. This may be a pivotal game for their season.

Darren Francis : Seattle Totems
I really like their defense. They are 1st in sacks with 30. They are 2nd in points allowed, averaging only 12.8. They are 2nd in pass defense. They only give up 180.8 per game. They are 2nd in run defense. Giving up only 78.2 yards per game. They are 4th in the league pass average yards per rush. They are 3rd in forced fumbles.

Top receiver trio?

The North trio of William Queen - WR, Donald Vail - TE and Glenn Cameron - WR are currently the leading trio of pass catchers in the league, with 971 receiving yards between the three.

Winning pleases everyone.

Gamblers fans are celebrating this week after their team mopped the floor with the Reapers. Shawn Merchant said of his team, This is promising, this is where we want to be as a team.

Dorsey stirring trouble

According to sources within the building Tyson Dorsey - CB has been getting in the ears of teammates about what he sees as shortcomings certain coaches. Players are divided as the issue causes more and more friction in the locker room.

Eggleston optimistic despite RoughRiders loss.

John Eggleston was optimistic in his postgame interview after the loss to the Reapers. 'I think we played well and showed some things. The Reapers are a good team and we played them well. There is plenty of promise on this roster, and we will be back and get them next time. Until then it is all about working hard to get there.' the 25 year old QB said.

Week 6: WR Lawrence Baumgartner (NSS) wins Offensive Player of the Week

Lawrence Baumgartner of the Nova Scotia Sharks receives the offensive player of the week honors for his 4 rec, 116 yds, 3 TD effort. The former Round 1 selection is racking up the receiving yards, bringing his season total to 397 yards on the season.

Week 6: DE Joe Hornsby (NSS) wins Defensive Player of the Week

DE Joe Hornsby of the Nova Scotia Sharks has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Hornsby finished with 4 Tck, 1 Sck, 1 FF.

Game Recaps for Week 6

Sharks - 38, RoughRiders - 3
Gamblers - 17, Reapers - 16

Game of the Week: Houston RoughRiders at Nova Scotia Sharks

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : Houston RoughRiders
When you think of the players that will be on the field, you would be a fool not to think that you have to mention this LB named Sheldon Palumbo. He is getting paid a lot. The reason he is getting paid a lot is that he is really good. Do I need to say more?

Mary Moore : Nova Scotia Sharks
I think having a leader like Joe Hornsby - DE is the kind of thing that will help the Sharks win this game. This will be watercooler talk on monday. Do not miss it.

Jim Nox : Nova Scotia Sharks
I really like their offense. They are 2nd in the league pass completion percentage. They are 1st in the league passing touchdowns with 9. They are 2nd in the league in sacks allowed. They are 4th in the league average yards per rush. They are 1st in the league rushing touchdowns with 9. They are 2nd in the league rushing yards per game. They average 142.6! They are 1st in the league points scored per game. They average 33.6! There will be some very good football to watch here.

Darren Francis : Nova Scotia Sharks
Head coach Shawn Reynolds has this team running like a well oiled machine. Offensively he is a great and innovative thinker. He is innovative with his defense. It might be a high scoring game.

Jacobsen: The icon

A person familiar with the RoughRiders says that Patrick Jacobsen - T is among the favorites in his generation for the future hall of fame. Clearly, after 13 seasons in the league, playing at his level, it is hard to dispute. Hall of fame or not, Jacobsen is a legend, not only in Houston, but nationally. The RoughRiders have made no comment on the subject before, but seem fairly satisfied with the whole thing.

Punches thrown in Toronto!

Sources in North locker room reveal that coaches are struggling to contain the tensions in the North' locker room. It is constant work to prevent conflicts. It all escalated earlier this week when Donald Vail - TE threw a punch at Thomas Kilgore - T who immediately reciprocated. The North are said to be monitoring the situation closely.

Week 5: RB Antonio Bolin (HRR) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The honor comes after Bolin's 27 att, 114 yds, 1 TD performance against the BCFC Bears. Bolin from Indiana was selected in round 4, 3 years ago.

Bolin now has 321 Rushing Yards and 4 Touchdowns for the season.

Week 5: DE Edward Lara (TOR) wins Defensive Player of the Week

DE Edward Lara of the Toronto North has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Lara finished with 1 Tck, 1 Sck.

Game Recaps for Week 5

Sharks - 30, Gamblers - 10
Totems - 24, Pharaohs - 7
North - 54, Reapers - 7
RoughRiders - 54, Bears - 16

Game of the Week: Nova Scotia Sharks at Windsor Gamblers

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : Windsor Gamblers
The Gamblers are for real! It may come down to the wire though.

Mary Moore : Nova Scotia Sharks
They are well coached. I am sure head coach Shawn Reynolds has them prepared for this game. He makes great offensive adjustments. Defensively he makes great adjustments. When they win here, people will take notice.

Jim Nox : Windsor Gamblers
One of the most underestimated defenses. They are 4th in sacks with 15. They are 1st in points allowed, averaging only 12.5. They are 1st in pass defense. They only give up 150 per game. They are 3rd in run defense. Giving up only 116.5 yards per game. They are 3rd in interceptions with 3. They are 3rd in the league pass average yards per rush. They are 2nd in forced fumbles.

Darren Francis : Nova Scotia Sharks
The leadership on this team is great. Having a guy like Joe Hornsby - DE on the field and in the locker room is exactly what you need to win games like this. But it will be a close game.

Hyatt sees the bright side of North loss.

Timothy Hyatt was frank and upbeat about the game against RoughRiders in an interview after the game. Timothy Hyatt - C was upbeat in his assessment after the Houston lost a close game to the Hyatt. 'We learned a lot. We showed a lot. There is reason for optimism. We are very close, and we keep building every week. Do not switch channels, we will be with you shortly.', Houston said smiling confidently.

Week 4: RB Clark Hoff (NSS) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The honor comes after Hoff's 11 att, 110 yds, 1 TD performance against the Memphis Pharaohs. Hoff from Illinois State was selected in round 1, 2 years ago.

Hoff now has 213 Rushing Yards and 4 Touchdowns for the season.

Week 4: LB Randy Bowling (NO) wins Defensive Player of the Week

LB Bowling absolutely dominated in the Totems 17-17 game with the New Orleans Reapers. He finished with 14 Tck, 2 Sck, 2 FF.

Game Recaps for Week 4

Gamblers - 29, Bears - 10
Totems - 17, Reapers - 17
Sharks - 51, Pharaohs - 21
RoughRiders - 20, North - 14

Game of the Week: Seattle Totems at New Orleans Reapers

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : New Orleans Reapers
In the context of this game, it is likely that Reapers got to love fielding an defense with Randy Bowling - LB. He will be critical this week, and is likely to be dominant. Just win baby.

Mary Moore : Seattle Totems
For this match up, you would be a fool not to think Matthew Neely - DT needs to show up, but if he does the Totems defense is very stingy.

Jim Nox : New Orleans Reapers
Their win streak will not be broken in this game. I am looking forward to watching this showdown.

Darren Francis : Seattle Totems
I do not think their offense gets enough credit. They are 4th in the league passing touchdowns with 4. They are maulers, 4th in the league in pancakes. They are 2nd in the league in passes of more than 20 yards. They are 2nd in the league average yards per rush. They are 1st in the league rushing touchdowns with 4. They are 1st in the league rushing yards per game. They average 176.3! They are 4th in the league points scored per game. They average 19.7!

Jesse Halverson - RB shines!

Jesse Halverson - RB is looking good out there so far this season. If he keeps playing such astonishing football, hes got a shot at an MVP caliber season.

Johnson optimistic despite RoughRiders loss.

Dean Johnson was frank and upbeat about the game against Sharks in an interview after the game. 'Surely, we lost, but we were playing well. I think this is a testament to our character and preparation' said Johnson. He added: 'The Sharks are a good team, but I we played our hearts out and kept grinding. We learned a lot from this game, and it will help us in the future'.

Allison: The icon

Rumors on social media are swirling that the retirement of Monty Allison - QB is on everyones minds this season. Surely, losing a legend of Allison's caliber is something the North are planning for. Still, it is hard to feel sorry for Toronto. After all they do get to have a legend on their team for now.

Paul Russell lashes out at coach after loss.

Paul Russell pointed the finger at his coaches in analyzing the Pharaohs loss. 'We have to step up, all of us' he said, and continued: 'But they, the coaches, have to get us ready and have the right gameplan. Well, we were not ready and we had the wrong gameplan'. The Pharaohs WR said he felt they were outcoached in their latest game. 'We seem to always come up short in the critical situations. I feel like the players are giving their all, but that our coaches just are not holding up their end of the bargain. Especially Head Coach James Andrew has been a dissapointment, he is just not rising to the moment.', he said.

Week 3: RB Raymond Crump (SEA) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The honor comes after Crump's 27 att, 183 yds, 0 TD performance against the Windsor Gamblers. Crump from LSU was selected in round 1, 3 years ago.

Crump now has 309 Rushing Yards and 0 Touchdowns for the season.

Week 3: LB James Robinson (SEA) wins Defensive Player of the Week

LB James Robinson of the Seattle Totems has earned the Defensive Player of the Week award. Robinson finished with 9 Tck, 1 Sck, 1 FF, 1 FR.

Game Recaps for Week 3

Sharks - 38, Bears - 10
Reapers - 27, RoughRiders - 24
Totems - 14, Gamblers - 7
North - 23, Pharaohs - 20

Game of the Week: Nova Scotia Sharks at BCFC Bears

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : BCFC Bears
There will be a lot to dissect after this game.

Mary Moore : Nova Scotia Sharks
One of the most underestimated defenses.

Jim Nox : Nova Scotia Sharks
In the context of this game, it seems a given that the defense will need to contain a player like Lawrence Baumgartner - WR. Expect him to show up in a big way. And you can take that with you to the bank.

Darren Francis : Nova Scotia Sharks
I see them winning again this week.

Roland Vest consoles North after loss.

Encouraging words after the North - Gamblers game. 'I think we played well and showed some things. The Gamblers are a good team and we played them well. There is plenty of promise on this roster, and we will be back and get them next time. Until then it is all about working hard to get there.' the 26 year old DE said.

Week 2: RB Raymond Hoyt (BCFC) wins Offensive Player of the Week

The honor comes after Hoyt's 21 att, 141 yds, 2 TD performance against the Toronto North. Hoyt from Drake was selected in round 1, 1 years ago.

Hoyt now has 207 Rushing Yards and 2 Touchdowns for the season.

Week 2: LB James Tavares (MEM) wins Defensive Player of the Week

LB Tavares absolutely dominated in the Pharaohs 20-10 game with the Windsor Gamblers. He finished with 11 Tck, 3 Sck.

Game Recaps for Week 2

Bears - 24, North - 17
Sharks - 26, Totems - 14
Pharaohs - 20, Gamblers - 10

Darren Lassiter - G signs extension with the Reapers

The New Orleans Reapers front office has announced that they have signed Darren Lassiter - G to a new contract. Lassiter will stay with the team on a 1 year deal with a base salary of 6000000

Game of the Week: Seattle Totems at Nova Scotia Sharks

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : Nova Scotia Sharks
They field one of the most underestimated offenses. Get your popcorn ready.

Mary Moore : Seattle Totems
I really like their defense. This will be a great game to watch.

Jim Nox : Nova Scotia Sharks
I love what they are doing in Nova Scotia coaching-wise. Head coach Shawn Reynolds is a major reason they will win this game. He is has a really good understanding of what works offensively. Defensively he makes great adjustments. There will be some wild plays in this game.

Darren Francis : Nova Scotia Sharks
The leadership on the Sharks is great. You look at guys like Joe Hornsby - DE and what he does for a team. Leadership like that helps you win games.

Robinson stating his case to history

A person familiar with the Gamblers says that Zackary Robinson - QB is among the favorites in his generation for the future hall of fame. Clearly, after 13 seasons in the league, playing at his level, it is hard to dispute. Hall of fame or not, Robinson is a legend, not only in Windsor, but nationally. The Gamblers have made no comment on the subject before, but seem fairly satisfied with the whole thing.

Clifford Hardwick optimistic about the future.

Clifford Hardwick pointed no fingers and saw the upside to the North loss. 'Surely, we lost, but we were playing well. I think this is a testament to our character and preparation' said Hardwick. He added: 'The Gamblers are a good team, but I we played our hearts out and kept grinding. We learned a lot from this game, and it will help us in the future'.

Week 1: RB Jerome Jones (SEA) wins Offensive Player of the Week

Week 1's Offensive Player of the Week is Running Back Jerome Jones. His 18 att, 67 yds, 2 TD performance stood out in the 31 to 7 victory for the Seattle Totems.

The former South Alabama gridiron star is racking up the rushing yards and now has 67 Yards and 2 Touchdowns for the season.

Week 1: DE Jose Sandoval (WIN) wins Defensive Player of the Week

DE Sandoval absolutely dominated in the Gamblers 30-6 game with the Toronto North. He finished with 6 Tck, 3 Sck, 1 FF.

Game Recaps for Week 1

Gamblers - 30, North - 6
Totems - 31, Pharaohs - 7
Reapers - 45, Bears - 16
Sharks - 23, RoughRiders - 17

Whalen Investigation leads nowhere.

The prosecutor has announced that there is not sufficient evidence to prosecute Jack Whalen for any criminal misconduct.

New Orleans Reapers release David Lightner - RB!

The David Lightner year veteran RB will be looking for a new team. In his career he has compiled a CV with 1003 att, 3906 yds, 21 TD, 133 rec, 1553 yds, 6 TD. It remains to be seen if he can bargain that into a new contract elsewhere.

Season Predictions

The sports journalists association has published the results of this year's division prediction polls among their twenty top sports journalists.

Canadian Conference Canada: Nova Scotia Sharks with 12 votes (Runner up: Toronto North with 6 votes)

American Conference US: New Orleans Reapers with 12 votes (Runner up: Houston RoughRiders with 4 votes)

Game of the Week: Nova Scotia Sharks at Houston RoughRiders

Our Expert Predictions:

Jeremy Piper : Nova Scotia Sharks
They will break their losing streak with a W this week. Boy, oh boy am I looking forward to this.

Mary Moore : Nova Scotia Sharks
When you think of the players that will be on the field, I predict that Clark Hoff - RB is hard to gameplan for. Look for him to dominate.

Jim Nox : Houston RoughRiders
I expect some incredible plays in this game.

Darren Francis : Houston RoughRiders
This is just what my gut tells me.

Infighting plagues the Bears.

It is no longer a secret. We all suspected that coaches are struggling to contain the tensions in the Bears' locker room. It is constant work to prevent conflicts. Recently, in training, shoving turned into punching, and coaches had to separate David Caballero - RB and Hilario Nall - SS. The Bears have yet to comment on the situation.

Seattle Totems fans are excited.

News from the camp of Seattle Totems has it that Emery, J. - WR has been blowing the minds of coaches and fans. Emery was expected to contribute early, but his development in camp has still been a pleasant surprise for everyone.

Training Camp News

Shinn, G. - T from Windsor Gamblers is living up to his round 1 selection by putting in an astonishing training camp. Reports out of the camp suggest the coaches and fans alike can't wait to see him on gameday.

T Domenic Royer (N/A) has retired!

T Domenic Royer (80 ovr) has retired after failing to get signed in free agency.

T Dennis Neuman (N/A) has retired!

T Dennis Neuman (61 ovr) has retired after failing to get signed in free agency.

LB Randall Fultz (N/A) has retired!

LB Randall Fultz (49 ovr) has retired after failing to get signed in free agency.

Post Free Agency Retirements

The following players have retired after going unsigned through free agency:

Free Agency Round 10: Round Up

6 players signed this week.

The biggest name signing this week was Brett Lewis. The RB out of Georgia Southern signed a $2,760,000 contract for 1 year(s) with Windsor Gamblers.

was the most active division with a total of 0 signings.

BCFC Bears was the most active signing a total of 3 player(s).

The biggest spender was Windsor Gamblers who signed 2 player(s) for a total of $4,490,000.

Free Agency Round 9: Round Up

7 players signed this week.

The biggest name signing this week was Charles Thomas. The QB out of Regina signed a $1,760,000 contract for 1 year(s) with Windsor Gamblers.

was the most active division with a total of 0 signings.

Windsor Gamblers was the most active signing a total of 4 player(s).

The biggest spender was Windsor Gamblers who signed 4 player(s) for a total of $8,978,000.

Free Agency Round 8: Round Up

2 players signed this week.

The biggest name signing this week was Brian Sullivan. The T out of San Jose State signed a $2,000,000 contract for 1 year(s) with Memphis Pharaohs.

was the most active division with a total of 0 signings.

BCFC Bears was the most active signing a total of 1 player(s).

The biggest spender was Memphis Pharaohs who signed 1 player(s) for a total of $2,000,000.

Free Agency Round 7: Round Up

3 players signed this week.

The biggest name signing this week was Darren Solano. The DT out of Florida State signed a $2,210,000 contract for 1 year(s) with Windsor Gamblers.

was the most active division with a total of 0 signings.

BCFC Bears was the most active signing a total of 1 player(s).

The biggest spender was Windsor Gamblers who signed 1 player(s) for a total of $2,210,000.

T Gary Shinn (WIN) goes #1 overall!

NEW YORK -- The Windsor Gamblers drafted Gary Shinn #1 overall in the 2007 draft. The 6' 1" T fits the team's needs perfectly. Said Gamblers general manager: "It's up to us to develop him and get good players around him."

"The great thing about the game of football is, it's a team game," Shinn said on a conference call. "I'm just going to be one piece of the puzzle."

Moore and Nox Mock Draft

Pick 1: Windsor Gamblers
Larry Moore: Gary Shinn - T
Knows what it takes to achieve success at any level. This guy is built like a tank. In the run game he blocks well, shows tenacity and opens lanes. This will benefit the team. Fill the need with a quality player. Best case scenario here.

Jim Nox: Gary Shinn - T
This guy understands what it means to be a pro. This guy is built like a tank. Driving up his value is his ability to block on run plays. Teams need kids who can hold their own against fully grown men. Plug a hole in the roster with a great player. That is really what they need to do. This pick does it.

Pick 2: Memphis Pharaohs
Larry Moore: Cedric Davis - DT
His college coaches talk highly of his work ethic. He is fundamentally a good kid. You rarely see him commit stupid penalties. The guy has gets along with everyone. Will close down quickly if left unblocked. Good speed is a rare commodity, and while he is not elite in that regard, he has enough to warrant being picked this high. Some might say this is a 'need' pick, but we must remember, this is a really good player as well. He will contribute early and often. No losers here.

Jim Nox: Cedric Davis - DT
Here you have a kid who puts in the work to succeed. This is the kind of kid you want to promote the game. Well behaved, loves the game, and respectful. Known for helping out teammates, if they hit a rough patch, whether it is on the field or in their personal lives. This young man is explosive enough to pressure Quarterbacks up the middle. He has above average closing speed. Fill a need, get a quality player, everyone wins! He will fit right in with the pros.

Pick 3: Toronto North
Larry Moore: Richard Cooley - LB
He helps everyone get in the right position, making the team run as a well oiled machine. Sportsmanship, love of the sport and respect, is what you get with him. This is a kid who really contributes to the team spirit and the social cohesiveness on the team. Rarely do we call defensive linemen sideline to sideline defenders, but this kid is so fast the term almost applies. Has good instincts on the field. Rock solid player is just what they need. A great fit here, both in terms of need and quality.

Jim Nox: Richard Cooley - LB
The ultimate team player. Sportsmanship, love of the sport and respect, is what you get with him. Here you have a guy, who really benefits the atmosphere in the building. Everyone wants to be around him. When he pins back his ears and goes for the passer he will demand some serious attention from the offensive line. Understands the game well. Knows what to do in different situations. This guy is available. This guy fills a need. They have to take him. It makes so much sense.

Pick 4: New Orleans Reapers
Larry Moore: James Chun - DE
Teammates gravitate toward him, they follow his lead. Coaches love that about him. Football is a team sport, and he knows it. Amazing speed for the position. Defensive coordinators dream about having this speed coming of the edge. Fits the bill, great quality pick, and fills a soft spot on the roster. They should have no qualms here, run to the podium and get your man.

Jim Nox: James Chun - DE
His leadership is through the roof. He is on the frontline, always. Raised to know the value of teamwork. You better have some athletic offensive linemen if you hope to block this kid. Lightning fast first step and amazing closing speed. he will be a terror for Quarterbacks for years to come. You need him, just get him already.

Pick 5: BCFC Bears
Larry Moore: James Smith - G
His good natured behavior, even toward opponents have earned him some criticism, but also an awful lot of respect. Bright kid, reacts well on the field. A player that fits their needs. The promise of a future star. This will be great for the franchise.

Jim Nox: Timothy Hyatt - C
Scouts love his understanding for opening running lanes in the running game. Rock solid player is just what they need. A great fit here, both in terms of need and quality.

Pick 6: Seattle Totems
Larry Moore: Walter Colwell - CB
He is driven by the love of the sport. Knowledgeable of the game. He can do what they want. He will deliver results early. He fits a need. End of story.

Jim Nox: William Shannon - DE
This is a player who takes the lead. Definitely good strength for a Defensive End. Will shed blocks and occasionally bull rush smaller opponents. Not exactly a speed rusher, but has plenty of speed for the position. When the available talent fits what you need, there is reason to celebrate. They are getting a great talent who will serve them for many years.

Pick 7: Houston RoughRiders
Larry Moore: Logan Reedy - C
This guy understands what it means to be a pro. Known for being a bit of a joker in the locker room. but in the good way, everyone smiles when asked about him. A cerebral player. Are there other guys worth picking here? Sure, but none of them fit this well with what they need, and he is a solid talent.

Jim Nox: Logan Reedy - C
Here is a kid who no one doubts will put in the work. Known among his teammates as a bit of a goofball, but never in a bad way. The kind that keeps spirits high even when a season goes south. A really smart kid. Might not be what fans want, but there is a reason people are getting paid to make these decisions. This is a rock solid pick, and he fits what they are looking for. Fans will come around quickly once they see him play.

Pick 8: Nova Scotia Sharks
Larry Moore: David Hood - SS
Raised to know the value of hard work. Respected for his good behavior on the field. Liked by coaches and teammates. Great speed for a Strong Safety. You can ask him to go in man coverage, and not be worried. He is sharp, and that makes him very coachable. People always say you should not prioritize needs over quality. That is not an issue here, they get to have their cake and eat it too.

Jim Nox: David Hood - SS
The guy has his head on straight. His good natured behavior, even toward opponents have earned him some criticism, but also an awful lot of respect. Known for being a bit of a joker in the locker room. but in the good way, everyone smiles when asked about him. Play him at safety. Play him outside. Play him back. Play him in the box. His speed allows you to do a lot of things with him. Quickly discerns the field, and where to go to to make a play. He fills a need for them. They will be happy to get him.

Pick 9: Windsor Gamblers
Larry Moore: Guy Walter - G
If you go to his tape, you will se he run blocks very well. Plug a hole in the roster with a great player. That is really what they need to do. This pick does it.

Jim Nox: James Smith - G
This is the kind of kid you want to promote the game. Well behaved, loves the game, and respectful. Takes in instructions well. A player that fits their needs. The promise of a future star. This will be great for the franchise.

Pick 10: Memphis Pharaohs
Larry Moore: Ramon Shirley - QB
He studies hard. Trusts his own accuracy, and is rarely disappointed. The stars align for them to get him here. Just what they need. Blue-chip player with great upside. Hard to botch this pick.

Jim Nox: Walter Colwell - CB
This is the kind of kid you want to promote the game. Well behaved, loves the game, and respectful. Coaches like his instincts. Nothing to think about here. Pick up the kid, bring him into the building, put him om the field.

Free Agency Round 5: Round Up

6 players signed this week.

The biggest name signing this week was Damian Ness. The G out of Notre Dame signed a $5,738,500 contract for 3 year(s) with BCFC Bears.

was the most active division with a total of 0 signings.

BCFC Bears was the most active signing a total of 2 player(s).

The biggest spender was BCFC Bears who signed 2 player(s) for a total of $10,678,500.

C Mike Hernandez (TOR) signs large free agent deal!

NEW YORK -- Anxious all week, C Mike Hernandez was finally catching some sleep at home in Charlotte, N.C., when he found out just how serious the Toronto North were about acquiring him.

The free-agent signing period had just begun, and Hernandez's agent called to tell him that the North head coach was in town. Soon, Hernandez was meeting him at an executive airport.

Now, Hernandez is being fitted for a North uniform.

One of the league's top Cs and top free-agent prize agreed Friday to a 4 year contract worth $3,950,000.

"It's one thing to play football in this league and make a living, but it's a totally different thing to come to a place with a rich tradition like the North," Hernandez said.

G Damian Ness (BCFC) signs large free agent deal!

NEW YORK -- Anxious all week, G Damian Ness was finally catching some sleep at home in Charlotte, N.C., when he found out just how serious the BCFC Bears were about acquiring him.

The free-agent signing period had just begun, and Ness's agent called to tell him that the Bears head coach was in town. Soon, Ness was meeting him at an executive airport.

Now, Ness is being fitted for a Bears uniform.

One of the league's top Gs and top free-agent prize agreed Friday to a 3 year contract worth $5,738,500.

"It's one thing to play football in this league and make a living, but it's a totally different thing to come to a place with a rich tradition like the Bears," Ness said.

Free Agency Round 4: Round Up

4 players signed this week.

The biggest name signing this week was Joe Mayberry. The DT out of Texas Tech signed a $4,000,000 contract for 1 year(s) with Seattle Totems.

was the most active division with a total of 0 signings.

Seattle Totems was the most active signing a total of 2 player(s).

The biggest spender was Toronto North who signed 1 player(s) for a total of $6,150,000.

Free Agency Round 3: Round Up

2 players signed this week.

The biggest name signing this week was Christopher Torres. The CB out of Utah signed a $4,900,000 contract for 2 year(s) with Toronto North.

was the most active division with a total of 0 signings.

Toronto North was the most active signing a total of 1 player(s).

The biggest spender was Toronto North who signed 1 player(s) for a total of $4,900,000.

FS Timothy Cleveland (SEA) signs large free agent deal!

NEW YORK -- Anxious all week, FS Timothy Cleveland was finally catching some sleep at home in Charlotte, N.C., when he found out just how serious the Seattle Totems were about acquiring him.

The free-agent signing period had just begun, and Cleveland's agent called to tell him that the Totems head coach was in town. Soon, Cleveland was meeting him at an executive airport.

Now, Cleveland is being fitted for a Totems uniform.

One of the league's top FSs and top free-agent prize agreed Friday to a 2 year contract worth $4,500,000.

"It's one thing to play football in this league and make a living, but it's a totally different thing to come to a place with a rich tradition like the Totems," Cleveland said.

Free Agency Round 2: Round Up

2 players signed this week.

The biggest name signing this week was Patrick Jacobsen. The T out of San Diego State signed a $8,150,000 contract for 1 year(s) with Houston RoughRiders.

was the most active division with a total of 0 signings.

BCFC Bears was the most active signing a total of 1 player(s).

The biggest spender was BCFC Bears who signed 1 player(s) for a total of $13,500,000.

QB Floyd Atkins (BCFC) signs large free agent deal!

NEW YORK -- Floyd Atkins, one of the league's top QBs and top free-agent prize agreed to a 2 year contract worth $13,500,000 to play for the BCFC Bears.

T Patrick Jacobsen (HRR) signs large free agent deal!

NEW YORK -- Anxious all week, T Patrick Jacobsen was finally catching some sleep at home in Charlotte, N.C., when he found out just how serious the Houston RoughRiders were about acquiring him.

The free-agent signing period had just begun, and Jacobsen's agent called to tell him that the RoughRiders head coach was in town. Soon, Jacobsen was meeting him at an executive airport.

Now, Jacobsen is being fitted for a RoughRiders uniform.

One of the league's top Ts and top free-agent prize agreed Friday to a 1 year contract worth $8,150,000.

"It's one thing to play football in this league and make a living, but it's a totally different thing to come to a place with a rich tradition like the RoughRiders," Jacobsen said.

Free Agency Round 1: Round Up

1 players signed this week.

The biggest name signing this week was Zackary Robinson. The QB out of Arizona State signed a $13,500,000 contract for 1 year(s) with Houston RoughRiders.

was the most active division with a total of 0 signings.

Houston RoughRiders was the most active signing a total of 1 player(s).

The biggest spender was Houston RoughRiders who signed 1 player(s) for a total of $13,500,000.

QB Zackary Robinson (HRR) signs large free agent deal!

NEW YORK -- Anxious all week, QB Zackary Robinson was finally catching some sleep at home in Charlotte, N.C., when he found out just how serious the Houston RoughRiders were about acquiring him.

The free-agent signing period had just begun, and Robinson's agent called to tell him that the RoughRiders head coach was in town. Soon, Robinson was meeting him at an executive airport.

Now, Robinson is being fitted for a RoughRiders uniform.

One of the league's top QBs and top free-agent prize agreed Friday to a 1 year contract worth $13,500,000.

"It's one thing to play football in this league and make a living, but it's a totally different thing to come to a place with a rich tradition like the RoughRiders," Robinson said.

Offseason Team Needs with Jeremy Piper

With a new offseason under way, some rosters are in good shape. However, other teams have big needs to address this offseason. Your always trusty Jeremy Piper here brings you a quick glance at the teams with work to do. Whether they fill their needs in the draft or with veterans in free agency remains to be seen.

Here we go:
BCFC Bears: QB G T C DE FS
Nova Scotia Sharks: G C LB DT DE SS
Windsor Gamblers: G T CB LB
Toronto North: WR CB LB DT DE
New Orleans Reapers: G T WR CB LB DE
Houston RoughRiders: C WR CB LB
Memphis Pharaohs: QB G CB DT
Seattle Totems: WR CB LB DE FS

Draft Order: Windsor Gamblers own first overall.

Pick 1: Windsor Gamblers
Pick 2: Memphis Pharaohs
Pick 3: Toronto North
Pick 4: New Orleans Reapers
Pick 5: BCFC Bears
Pick 6: Seattle Totems
Pick 7: Houston RoughRiders
Pick 8: Nova Scotia Sharks

Coaching Carousel Predictions.

The offseason is upon us and that means teams are shaking up their coaching staffs. This means that we get to take our annual look at coordinators who could make the leap to become head coaches, and the teams who are likely to poach them.

The prime candidates identified by our experts are:
Mauricio Glaze - Defensive Coordinator - Seattle Totems
John Donovan - Defensive Coordinator - New Orleans Reapers
Robert Campbell - Offensive Coordinator - Houston RoughRiders
William Dix - Offensive Coordinator - Seattle Totems
Vincent Herzog - Offensive Coordinator - Windsor Gamblers
James Gamble - Offensive Coordinator - Nova Scotia Sharks
Terrence Poland - Defensive Coordinator - Toronto North

Contract Updates

The following players have unlocked bonuses in their contracts based on their performance last season:
Lawrence Baumgartner - WR (Nova Scotia Sharks) unlocked a 10% bonus for Receiving TDs (Target: 10 / Accomplished: 11).
Walter Dugas - TE (Houston RoughRiders) unlocked a 5% bonus for Games Started (Target: 7 / Accomplished: 11).
Zachariah Tran - WR (Houston RoughRiders) unlocked a 5% bonus for Games Started (Target: 7 / Accomplished: 14).

Jack Whalen - RB under criminal investigation!

It looks like the off field troubles of Jack Whalen have finally caught up with him. Local news reports that a criminal investigation has been launched looking into previous criminal misconduct of Whalen. The league has reiterated that standard policy is to await results from the criminal investigation before deciding on any punishment.

Other retirements


QB Harold Cervantes (56 ovr) : Career stats: 0/0, 0 yds, 0 TD
QB Steven Boling (55 ovr) : Career stats: 0/0, 0 yds, 0 TD
QB Fred Sneed (51 ovr) : Career stats: 0/0, 0 yds, 0 TD
RB Raymond Thompson (64 ovr) : Career stats: 0 att, 0 yds, 0 TD
RB Gary Osteen (61 ovr) : Career stats: 0 att, 0 yds, 0 TD
RB Troy Cheek (60 ovr) : Career stats: 0 att, 0 yds, 0 TD
FB Anderson Sandberg (67 ovr) : Career stats: 0 att, 0 yds, 0 TD
FB Nickolas Shapiro (50 ovr) : Career stats: 0 att, 0 yds, 0 TD
FB John Nguyen (48 ovr) : Career stats: 14 att, 16 yds, 1 TD
FB Paul Kelly (46 ovr) : Career stats: 9 att, 25 yds, 1 TD, 6 rec, 38 yds, 0 TD
G Brent Gracia (58 ovr) : Career stats: 0 Pancakes
T Jeffrey Coward (54 ovr) : Career stats: 28 Pancakes
T Kenneth Allen (51 ovr) : Career stats: 0 Pancakes
C Franklin Paz (53 ovr) : Career stats: 1 Pancakes
TE William Conte (59 ovr) : Career stats: 6 rec, 39 yds, 0 TD
TE John Overby (55 ovr) : Career stats: 53 rec, 286 yds, 1 TD
TE Michael Huddleston (47 ovr) : Career stats: 0 rec, 0 yds, 0 TD
WR Adam Franklin (58 ovr) : Career stats: 2 rec, 18 yds, 0 TD
WR Richard Manning (56 ovr) : Career stats: 0 rec, 0 yds, 0 TD
WR Timothy William (55 ovr) : Career stats: 0 rec, 0 yds, 0 TD
WR Brian Engle (52 ovr) : Career stats: 0 rec, 0 yds, 0 TD
WR Jorge Arrington (52 ovr) : Career stats: 9 rec, 109 yds, 1 TD
WR Jesus Mayes (46 ovr) : Career stats: 0 rec, 0 yds, 0 TD
WR Shawn Freeman (45 ovr) : Career stats: 0 rec, 0 yds, 0 TD
CB Owen Cox (63 ovr) : Career stats:
CB Tony Ackerman (53 ovr) : Career stats:
CB Derrick Rojas (52 ovr) : Career stats:
CB Rusty Artis (52 ovr) : Career stats:
LB Marcelo Bartholomew (57 ovr) : Career stats: 13 Tck, 1 Sck
LB Randy Berrios (56 ovr) : Career stats: 147 Tck, 6 Sck, 3 FF, 1 FR
LB Rubin Thrasher (47 ovr) : Career stats:
DT Domingo Goodman (47 ovr) : Career stats: 15 Tck, 3 Sck, 1 FF
DE Casey Clark (67 ovr) : Career stats:
DE Ronald Catron (54 ovr) : Career stats:
DE Paul Brown (50 ovr) : Career stats:
FS Mark Ford (80 ovr) : Career stats: 109 Tck, 2 Sck, 4 Int, 1 FF
FS Jeremy Beck (49 ovr) : Career stats:
FS Donald Coleman (44 ovr) : Career stats: 13 Tck
SS Kenneth Beckwith (54 ovr) : Career stats:
SS Ken Rees (53 ovr) : Career stats: 55 Tck, 1 Sck
SS Michael Espinosa (52 ovr) : Career stats: 4 Tck
SS Larry Crowe (49 ovr) : Career stats:
SS Carroll Martel (46 ovr) : Career stats:
K James Dunn (63 ovr) : Career stats: 0/0 FG
K Winfred Mcdonald (51 ovr) : Career stats: 0/0 FG
K Carl Stepp (51 ovr) : Career stats: 0/0 FG
K Winfred Lilly (50 ovr) : Career stats: 0/0 FG
P Charles Noe (69 ovr) : Career stats: 0 yards, 0 inside 20
P Russel Charles (67 ovr) : Career stats: 0 yards, 0 inside 20
P Joseph Blanchard (52 ovr) : Career stats: 0 yards, 0 inside 20

DE Andrew Hanley (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' DE Andrew Hanley has retired after 14 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 79 Tck, 43 Sck, 1 Sfty, 6 FF, 3 FR

DE Courtney Hall (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' DE Courtney Hall has retired after 15 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 113 Tck, 69 Sck, 1 Sfty, 13 FF, 3 FR

C Ken Westmoreland (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' C Ken Westmoreland has retired after 16 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 366 Pancakes

LB Nicholas Bacon (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' LB Nicholas Bacon has retired after 9 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 250 Tck, 19 Sck, 1 Int, 1 Blk FG, 2 Sfty, 7 FF, 2 FR

P Melvin Ingram (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' P Melvin Ingram has retired after 5 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 7119 yards, 35 inside 20

LB Glenn Sizemore (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' LB Glenn Sizemore has retired after 14 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 333 Tck, 29 Sck, 3 Int, 1 Def TD, 2 Sfty, 4 FF, 3 FR

LB David Mcmahon (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' LB David Mcmahon has retired after 8 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 110 Tck, 4 Sck, 1 Int, 1 Def TD, 2 FF

FS Josef Shook (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' FS Josef Shook has retired after 7 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 57 Tck, 1 Sck, 3 Int, 1 Def TD, 1 FF, 1 FR

RB Dean Altman (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' RB Dean Altman has retired after 6 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 84 att, 296 yds, 4 TD, 7 rec, 47 yds, 0 TD

RB Dennis Hussey (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' RB Dennis Hussey has retired after 13 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 572 att, 2415 yds, 40 TD, 64 rec, 1088 yds, 9 TD

LB Eric Bickford (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' LB Eric Bickford has retired after 11 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 296 Tck, 21 Sck, 2 Int, 1 Def TD, 4 FF, 3 FR

K Henry Harris (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' K Henry Harris has retired after 11 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 152/193 FG

QB Randolph Moore (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' QB Randolph Moore has retired after 9 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 159/395, 2747 yds, 23 TD

G Ronnie Clark (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' G Ronnie Clark has retired after 12 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 285 Pancakes

RB Carl Daniels (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' RB Carl Daniels has retired after 13 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 354 att, 1628 yds, 17 TD, 92 rec, 1456 yds, 11 TD

C Steve Gibbs (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' C Steve Gibbs has retired after 9 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 114 Pancakes

P Lonnie Rountree (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' P Lonnie Rountree has retired after 12 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 17455 yards, 129 inside 20

T Steve Sells (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' T Steve Sells has retired after 11 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 358 Pancakes

WR Rogelio Farrell (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' WR Rogelio Farrell has retired after 13 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 255 rec, 4365 yds, 20 TD

WR Joseph Shay (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' WR Joseph Shay has retired after 16 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 678 rec, 12203 yds, 80 TD

TE Matthew Mckeever (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' TE Matthew Mckeever has retired after 13 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 243 rec, 4239 yds, 34 TD

QB Isaac Brower (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' QB Isaac Brower has retired after 13 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 345/806, 6322 yds, 43 TD

DT Alonso Noriega (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' DT Alonso Noriega has retired after 12 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 59 Tck, 18 Sck, 4 FF, 2 FR

DT Morgan Goodin (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' DT Morgan Goodin has retired after 13 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 290 Tck, 74 Sck, 1 Blk FG, 4 Sfty, 9 FF, 1 FR

T Charles Laroche (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' T Charles Laroche has retired after 16 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 522 Pancakes

G Wally Riley (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' G Wally Riley has retired after 14 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 665 Pancakes

FB Ronald Sparrow (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' FB Ronald Sparrow has retired after 11 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 78 att, 324 yds, 2 TD, 31 rec, 304 yds, 2 TD

FS Jeffrey Marion (N/A) has retired!

The N/A' FS Jeffrey Marion has retired after 9 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 208 Tck, 4 Sck, 6 Int, 1 FF

CB Chad Galvin (TOR) has retired!

The Toronto North' CB Chad Galvin has retired after 9 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 289 Tck, 19 Sck, 14 Int, 3 Def TD, 1 Blk FG, 1 Sfty, 7 FF, 4 FR

CB James Smith (WIN) has retired!

The Windsor Gamblers' CB James Smith has retired after 16 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 544 Tck, 14 Sck, 24 Int, 5 Def TD, 7 FF, 5 FR

C Dwain Reyes (NSS) has retired!

The Nova Scotia Sharks' C Dwain Reyes has retired after 15 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 633 Pancakes

G Mason Gabriel (BCFC) has retired!

The BCFC Bears' G Mason Gabriel has retired after 10 seasons. His presence in the locker room and on the field will be sorely missed.
He finished his career with 217 Pancakes


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