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Week 10
23 CHI (4-6) @ BOS (3-7) 33
27 COL (6-4) @ PEN (6-4) 20
17 PHI (6-4) @ NJ (6-4) 26
14 NY (2-8) @ CLE (4-6) 17
19 BUF (7-3) @ STL (5-5) 23
28 SEA (6-4) @ ANC (5-5) 16
27 MIA (8-2) @ ATL (4-6) 24
38 LA (6-4) @ TEX (6-4) 31
17 WAS (4-6) @ NCH (6-4) 24
24 ORL (6-4) @ NO (4-6) 17
17 DAL (2-8) @ OKL (6-4) 38
27 SAC (2-8) @ HON (6-4) 34

Last Week
Week 9
15 STL (4-5) @ BOS (2-7) 31
22 CLE (3-6) @ ANC (5-4) 23
35 NJ (5-4) @ SEA (5-4) 40
10 PEN (6-3) @ BUF (7-2) 17
27 CHI (4-5) @ NY (2-7) 14
34 COL (5-4) @ PHI (6-3) 27
35 OKL (5-4) @ ATL (4-5) 32
27 NO (4-5) @ HON (5-4) 21
24 NCH (5-4) @ SAC (2-7) 6
41 TEX (6-3) @ DAL (2-7) 10
32 MIA (7-2) @ ORL (5-4) 37
17 LA (5-4) @ WAS (4-5) 27



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Week 10 Recap
-After starting 0-7, Boston has won three in a row.
-New York can be eliminated from the playoffs next week.
-New Jersey's home win over their arch rival vaulted them back to the top of the Northeast Division.
-Colorado's win and other results moved them into fourth place in the North from seventh.
-The only movement in the South was Texas falling from fourth to sixth with Honolulu and LA moving up to fill the gaps.
-Walters Redman had a monster 10 tackle, 3 sack, 1 TFL day for Buffalo in their loss at St. Louis. It's quite possibly the best game in ASFL history by a defensive end, at the very least excluding games where the sack record was set or tied.
-Dan Smith & Michael Hurta both topped 10 carries and 50 yards for Honolulu in their defeat of Sacramento.

Read my notes on each game here.


Playoff Picture:
North
(1) Buffalo 7-3
(2) Seattle 6-4
(3) New Jersey 6-4
(4) Colorado 6-4
(5) Pennsylvania 6-4
(6) Philadelphia 6-4
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(7) St. Louis 5-5
(8) Anchorage 5-5
(9) Cleveland 4-6
(10) Chicago 4-6
(11) Boston 3-7
(12) New York 2-8

South
(1) Miami 8-2
(2) NC Canes 6-4
(3) Oklahoma 6-4
(4) Honolulu 6-4
(5) Los Angeles 6-4
(6) Texas 6-4
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(7) Orlando 6-4
(8) New Orleans 4-6
(9) Atlanta 4-6
(10) Washington 4-6
(11) Dallas 2-8
(12) Sacramento 2-8



Week 9 Recap
-Orlando had the upset of the weekend in beating the Sharks for the first time in 11 tries. Wesley Wilkinson was a completion shy of the all time completion percentage record as part of a perfect game to lead his team to victory. His five TD passes did tie the league record, accomplished eight times, including one other time by himself.
-Buffalo won the most important game of the weekend as they held on through a slugfest to move to the top of the Great Lakes Division and Northern Conference, limiting Pennsylvania's QB, Michael Thompson Jr., to just five completions.
-Oklahoma-Atlanta was the game of the weekend with the final play helping Joe McDougal set the record for most passing yards in a game at 510 yards, breaking Aaron Smart's mark of 487 yards from Week 14 of Season 4.
-James Fisher was the second perfect QB on the weekend witha line of 22-28, 389 yards and 4 TDs. Michael Lansing helped him out on the ground with 91 yards on 13 carries and a TD.
-Ricky Raven was just short of 100 yards rushing at 99 for Boston in their big win.
-Berni Smith reached 116 yards for Chicago in their easy win in New York. His 27 carries accounted for just over half of the Lightning plays in the game (27/53) and were more than the total number of offensive plays for New York (25).
-KJ George ran for 123 yards include two long ones to help vault Colorado back into contention.
-Parker Anderson outdid them all with 130 yards on 28 carries as the workhorse for the Canes' 24-6 victory. His effort allowed John Ploya to attempt just 14 passes. On the other side, Sacramento ran the ball just three times.
-Honolulu's defense had eight knockdowns (passes defended) in their loss to New Orleans.
-The Texas defense recorded 7 sacks, 2 INTs, 6 KDs, a fumble recovered, 2 TFLs, an INT return and Felipe Infante had a rare, 96-yard kick return for TD which saw him break down the middle of the field untouched.
-LA's DT, Aaron Spiller had 9 tackles, a sack and a knockdown against the Wolves.
-Bob Jinks had 9 catches, 2 TDs and 227 yards receiving in Oklahoma's three point win against Atlanta. He accounted for more than half of his QB's passing yards (227/422) and was a big part of why his team overcame Joe McDougal's big day.

Read my notes on each game here.





Week 8 Recap
The ten year anniversary extravaganza is in the books.

Week Highlights:

-Boston winning their first game of the season with a miraculous tackle to save the day. Seattle got within 10 points with 3:01 left before kicking a field goal with 44 seconds left and then using their timeouts to get the ball back on their own 5. A first down and some time off the clock later, James Fisher found Jamal Bosh down the right sideline behind his CB with the safeties covering the cluster on the other side. Bosh caught it at the Seattle 40 before finally being tackled from behind by a diving Danny Abdullah to crush the home crowd on their way to the exits.
-Colorado coming from behind with an OT win after a New Jersey fumbled a sure win away with less than four minutes left.
-Atlanta's 14 point, fourth quarter comeback; Sacramento's subsequent 32 second, 54 yard tying drive followed by their OT INT to set up Atlanta's winning FG.
-Orlando's winning TD with 59 seconds left after holding Oklahoma to a FG with 1:53 to go.
-Washington's losing because the refs couldn't get the ball set in time despite the Wolves being lined up with two seconds to spare.
-The Canes' win despite John Ploya's worst game as a pro and Donovan Harrison's being lost in the first quarter.
-Miami's winning TD with two seconds left thanks to crosses in the endzone cumlinating a 70 yard, 25 second drive. Perhaps Lance Letters' greatest moment in a storied career.

For the full notes, check this thread on the ASFL2 message board.

Week 6 Recap
-Pennsylvania's Michael Thompson Jr. finished his teams victory over St. Louis with a QB rating of 158.1, 0.2 shy of a perfect mark.
-New Orlean's Damien Thompson completed 17 of his 20 passes for a completion percentage of 85%, the record was set in week 2 at 21-24 (87.5%) by Danny Golds.
-Philadelphia's QB, Terrell Morrison was the only major injury as he went down on the next to last play of the game and is questionable for Philadelphia's Week 7 game.

-North Offensive PoW: (QB) Michael Thompson Jr. [PEN] 17-22 (77.3%) 277 yards 3 TD 0 INT 158.1 rating
-North Defensive PoW: (SS) Devin Freeman [ANC] 3 tackles 2 INT (4 yards) 3 KD 1 TFL
-South Offensive PoW: (QB) Travis Hinch [SAC] 20-27 (74.1%) 305 yards 2 TD 135.5 rating
-co-South Defensive PoWs: (OLB) Gator Ade [MIA] 6 tackles 4 TFL & (OLB) Ray Boulware 6 tackles 1 sack 3 TFL



Philadelphia Takes Northeast Lead With Rivalry Win
The Warriors finished on the right side of a back-and-forth contest with their arch-rivals, New Jersey, to take the Northeast Division lead after three games. New Jersey lead 7-3 at the half, but Philadelphia took it away with 2:13 left in the 3rd thanks to a 52 yard TD pass from Terrell Morrison to TE John Piechowiak. It was short lived, however, as the Pollution capped off the following drive with a Chris Springs 33 yard TD reception from Matt Baez to go up 14-10 24 seconds before the start of the 4th quarter. After each team had failed to score on a drive, Philadelphia took over on its own 23 yard line with 3:49 left in the game. Terrell Morrison put together a drive of beauty, throwing for 3 first downs with passes of 15+ yards and handing the ball off to Cougar LaCordia and Rich Daniel for 32 yards on the drive; Rich Daniel's 1-yard leap into the endzone gave the Warriors the lead at 17-14 with 1:34 left in the game. New Jersey started its two minute drill at its 17 yard line and two plays in Matt Baez was hit by Hans Kowskijulowmen as he threw and the ball floated in the air long enough for Jayden Winford to pick it off and return it 9 yards to the New Jersey 22 yard line. The game wasn't done, however, as Philadelphia could only manage seven yards on three rushes. Dumel Descius kicked a 32-yard field goal to put the Warriors up six with 1:08 to play. The Pollution started their final drive at their 16 with one timeout left. Matt Baez converted on 3rd down 10 with a 34 yard pass to Toby Battle to start moving things a long. Three plays later, Baez found Matt Grengo over the middle for 26 more yards. New Jersey found itself at the Philadelphia 28 with 16 seconds left, but a short dump pass to Ty Steele ended things as he failed to get out of bounds and the Pollution couldn't get up to the line fast enough to spike it. Terrell Morrison was the PoG as he went 9-14 for 181 yards and a TD for a QB rating of 131.4.


Joe McDougal leads Atlanta to first win in 2 years
The Showdown between the Aliens and Wolves in Washington was characterized at first by offenses that couldn't put the ball in the endzone. Washington led 3-0 after the first quarter and 9-6 after the first half. After one last FG late in the 3rd quarter to tie the game, Max Baez intercepted Donno Nabby early in the 4th which led to a Victor Arana TD reception to take a 16-9 lead with 6:30 left. After Washington drove down to the Atlanta 12 and kicked a FG to make the score 16-12 with 4:36 left. Atlanta took the kickoff and drove back down the field for the game-clinching TD from OJ Pimpson on a 23 yard scamper. The TD capped off a 78 yard drive which killed Washington's hopes. A 43 yard Franco Panizo reception on 3rd and 8 helped keep the drive alive. Washington drove down the field one last time, but failed on 4th and 2 at the Atlanta 25 to give the ball back; from there Atlanta ran the clock out with the run.



Crooks Steals Show In Buffalo Win


Rookie QB Ray Crooks may have made a name for himself instantly in his teams opener. Crooks completely 11 passes in a row at one point of the game and was on the verge of breaking the league completion percentage record until two late incompletions killed his chances. Crooks got off to a bad start, and so did his team as the Soldiers fell behind 10-0 after the first. Crooks led his team to 10 points in the 2nd but was still trailing 13-10 at the half. The 3rd quarter is when the game was won. Crooks led three brilliant drives all for touchdowns. All the passes he threw were completions in the quarter including two long TD passes to Billy Kirch and a 32 yard draw play. The Soldiers D also stepped up and held New Orleans scoreless for the quarter as well as picking off two Damien Thompson passes. After three quarters the Soldiers led 31-13. New Orleans stormed back in the 4th however, Damien Thompson bounced back with a few long TD passes of his own; one early in the quarter and one late in the quarter. They scored 13 unanswered points before Buffalo finally got a late FG then stopped New Orleans at midfield with 40 seconds left to win the game and start off 1-0.

Stats:
Buffalo
Ray Crooks 14-19 73.7% 288 yards 3 TDs long=66 rating=155.1 1 att 32 yards
Charles McNeil 9 att 14 yards 1.6 y/c TD Fum 3 brk tckl
Billy Kirch 4 rec 162 yards 2 TD
Dave Larkin 5 rec 80 yards 1 TD
Karl Killiman 7 tackles 1 INT (-1 yards) 1 KD
Don Darius 4 tackles 1 INT (27 yards) 3 KD

New Orleans
Damien Thompson 20-39 51.3% 395 yards 3 TD 2 INT rating=91.2
OJ Mayo 13 att 21 yards 1.6 y/c 3 brk tckl 2 rec 22 yards
Tim Porter 4 rec 71 yards 2 TD
Lincoln Georgia 3 rec 80 yards 1 TD
Marcus Willis 5 rec 124 yards
John Tye Bryant 4 tackles 1 KD 4 TFL


by Jay Soester



 
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New Jersey Gives:
(QB) Rufio Jones
(WR) Chris Springs
(WR) Hula Bamjila
(DE) Peyton Arana
(OLB) Dan Wade
(CB) Josh Swanson
$7,000,000

Buffalo Gives:
Season 8 First Round Pick






Copyright 2002-12 by Jay Soester
Standings
North
Northeast
W
L
T
New Jersey
6
4
0
Philadelphia
6
4
0
Boston
3
7
0
New York
2
8
0
Great Lakes
W
L
T
Buffalo
7
3
0
Pennsylvania
6
4
0
Cleveland
4
6
0
Chicago
4
6
0
Central
W
L
T
Seattle
6
4
0
Colorado
6
4
0
St. Louis
5
5
0
Anchorage
5
5
0
South
Southeast
W
L
T
NC Canes
6
4
0
Orlando
6
4
0
Atlanta
4
6
0
Washington
4
6
0
Gulf
W
L
T
Miami
8
2
0
Texas
6
4
0
New Orleans
4
6
0
Dallas
2
8
0
Southwest
W
L
T
Oklahoma
6
4
0
Honolulu
6
4
0
Los Angeles
6
4
0
Sacramento
2
8
0

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