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  1. For all of the graphical sim football fans out there, Pro Strategy Football 2021 came out last week, and let me tell you, this game is a winner. With a big mod community, a very responsive developer (who originally created Tom Landry Football way back when), and tons of options to coach play by play or sim and handle the GM side of the game, which has expanded more from previous versions. Google this game on YouTube to see some FANTASTIC live sims with awesome play by play announcers. Check it out! https://store.steampowered.com/app/1281170/Pro_Strategy_Football_2021/
  2. Birmingham Stallions (2-1) 7 7 0 0 -- 14 Los Angeles Express (2-1) 6 0 3 10 -- 19 First Quarter Los Angeles - Brown 27 FG, 5:06 Birmingham - HB Rudi Johnson 31 run (Dawson kick), 10:22 Los Angeles - Brown 48 FG, 14:46 Second Quarter Birmingham - WR Wes Welker 43 pass from QB Peyton Manning (Dawson kick), 3:53 Third Quarter Los Angeles - Brown 26 FG, 7:47 Fourth Quarter Los Angeles - Brown 28 FG, 0:27 Los Angeles - HB Clinton Portis 16 run (Brown kick), 14:33 Los Angeles HB Clinton Portis had a roller coaster ride of a game (24 carries 164 yards 1 TD). On the bad side, he fumbled the ball 4 times (lost 3 of them). On the good side, he scored the game winning TD with :27 left in the game to atone for those turnovers. Birmingham's failure to stop the Los Angeles running game was ultimately their downfall. Offensive Player of the Game - Birmingham HB Rudi Johnson (20 carries 97 yards 1 TD; 4 catches 33 yards) Defensive Player of the Game - Los Angeles S Mike Brown (1 interception, 1 TFL, 4 Run stops)
  3. New Jersey Generals (2-1) 0 3 7 10 -- 20 Denver Gold (1-2) 3 14 7 14 -- 38 First Quarter Denver - Janikowski 40 FG, 12:03 Second Quarter Denver - HB Anthony Thomas 3 run (Janikowski kick), 7:29 Denver - WR Jerry Porter 8 pass from QB Shaun King (Janikowski kick), 13:46 New Jersey - Scobee 45 FG, 14:55 Third Quarter New Jersey - WR Lee Evans 3 pass from QB Brian Griese (Scobee kick), 10:35 Denver - WR Nate Burleson 18 pass from QB Shaun King (Janikowski kick), 15:00 Fourth Quarter New Jersey - Scobee 22 FG, 4:24 New Jersey - WR Quentin McCord 58 pass from QB Brian Griese (Scobee kick), 6:39 Denver - FB Ryan Neufeld 1 run (Janikowski kick), 12:49 Denver - HB WIllis McGahee 33 run (Janikowski kick), 14:00 This game was close until late in the 4th quarter when New Jersey threw a pivotal interception leading to a Denver 1 yd TD run. Denver QB Shaun King was efficient (18/22 209 yards 2 TD 0 Int) while executing the play action passing game behind the potent Denver running game (40 carries 197 yards). New Jersey QB Brian Griese fell back into old habits, struggling this game after 2 great games (17/37 255 yards 2 TD 1 Int). Offensive Player of the Game - Denver QB Shaun King Defensive Player of the Game - Denver CB Corey Chavous (1 Interception, QB Hurry, Run stop, 2 Pass deflections)
  4. Oakland Invaders (2-1) 14 7 14 15 -- 50 Arizona Wranglers (1-2) 13 24 3 7 -- 47 First Quarter Oakland - WR Jacquez Green 8 pass from QB Akili Smith (Feely kick), 3:04 Arizona - WR Patrick Crayton 102 kickoff return (kick failed), 3:29 Arizona - WR Larry Fitzgerald 77 punt return (Gramatica kick), 5:24 Oakland - WR Jacquez Green 20 pass from QB Akili Smith (Feely kick), 12:41 Second Quarter Arizona - HB Deuce McAllister 1 run (Gramatica kick), 0:05 Arizona - HB Deuce McAllister 2 run (Gramatica kick), 2:29 Arizona - HB Deuce McAllister 1 run (Gramatica kick), 8:05 Arizona - Gramatica 30 FG, 13:23 Oakland - HB Ladell Betts 2 run (Feely kick), 13:47 Third Quarter Oakland - WR Jacquez Green 3 pass from QB Akili Smith (Feely kick), 5:11 Oakland - WR Jabbar Gaffney 68 pass from QB Akili Smith (Feely kick), 8:57 Arizona - Gramatica 26 FG, 13:49 Fourth Quarter Oakland - HB Reuben Droughns 2 pass from QB Akili Smith (Feely kick), 4:21 Arizona - WR Larry Fitzgerald 100 kickoff return (Gramatica kick), 4:45 Oakland - HB Ladell Betts 9 pass from QB Akili Smith (Ritchie pass from Smith), 11:38 This was the wildest game in league history. I don't think I have ever seen a game where a team has scored 3 special teams touchdowns and still lose the game. Arizona actually led this game 37-14 late in the first half but could not hold the lead. The defending champion Oakland team showed a resilience rarely seen in winning this game. Oakland QB Akili Smith put the team on his back and refused to let them lose (21/31 319 yards 6 TD 1 Int; 7 carries 48 yards). Despite untimely turnovers and atrocious special teams play, QB Akili Smith just refused to bow to the pressure and continually performed when he needed too. WR Jabbar Gaffney was amazing (8 catches 172 yards 1 TD) and WR Jacquez Green caught 3 touchdowns. Arizona QB Donovan McNabb has really struggled this year and no game was no exception (13/25 127 yards 0 TD 1 Int) and Arizona may be looking at a quarterback change. The only Arizona offensive player that came to play was HB Deuce McAllister (24 carries 122 yards 3 TD) and the head coach will be leaning on his offensive coordinator to refocus the offense on the running game and take the ball out of McNabb's hands. Offensive Player of the Game - Oakland QB Akili Smith Defensive Player of the Game - Arizona LB Larry Foote (1 sack, 1 QB Hurry, 6 Run stops, 1 Pass deflection)
  5. Tampa Bay Bandits (0-3) 0 3 0 15 -- 18 Michigan Panthers (2-1) 7 14 0 0 -- 21 First Quarter Michigan - HB Shaun Alexander 4 run (Lindell kick), 10:55 Second Quarter Michigan - HB Shaun Alexander 69 run (Lindell kick), 2:38 Michigan - HB Fred Jackson 3 run (Lindell kick), 10:14 Tampa Bay - Brown 28 FG, 15:00 Third Quarter No scoring Fourth Quarter Tampa Bay - WR Randy Moss 8 pass from QB Marc Bulger (Baker pass from Bulger), 13:06 Tampa Bay - WR RandyMoss 20 pass from QB Marc Bulger (Brown kick), 15:00 This was a weird game that Michigan had no business winning. Tampa Bay out gained Michigan (454 yards to 363 yards), held the ball much longer (35 minutes to 25 minutes) and converted much more on 3rd down (56% to 22%) and did not turn the ball over. Looking through the play log, they were sustaining drives, but were not executing well when they crossed the 50 yard line until very late in the 4th quarter. That cost them the game along with letting Michigan HB Shaun Alexander go off (16 carries 156 yards 2 TD). Michigan QB Aaron Brooks did not need to do much (10/16 180 yards 0 TD 0 Int) as the Michigan running game ran for 200 yards and 6.7 yards a carry. Tampa Bay QB Marc Bulger played extremely well (27/40 362 yards 2 TD 0 Int) and WR Plaxico Burress (9 catches 138 yards) and WR Randy Moss (8 catches 89 yards 2 TD) were too much for the Michigan secondary to handle. Offensive Player of the Game - Tampa Bay QB Marc Bulger Defensive Player of the Game - Michigan LB Joey Porter (1 sack. 1 TFL, 1 QB Hurry, 2 run stops)
  6. Washington Federals (2-1) 10 20 14 7 -- 51 Chicago Blitz (2-1) 0 17 7 7 -- 31 First Quarter Washington - WR Peter Warrick 98 kickoff return (McGuire kick), 0:25 Washington - McGuire 32 FG, 6:37 Second Quarter Chicago - Edinger 38 FG, 0:11 Chicago - WR Cedrick Wilson 2 pass from QB Eli Manning (Edinger kick), 5:14 Washington - WR Dez White 5 pass from QB Matt Hasselbeck (McGuire kick), 10:07 Washington - McGuire 36 FG, 13:22 Chicago - TE Dan Campbell 9 pass from QB Eli Manning (Edinger kick), 14:19 Washington - QB Andre Johnson 59 pass from QB Matt Hasselbeck (McGuire kick), 14:42 Washington - McGuire 42 FG, 15:00 Third Quarter Chicago - HB Jamal Lewis 45 pass from QB Eli Manning (Edinger kick), 3:10 Washington - WR Dez White 4 pass from QB Matt Hasselbeck (McGuire kick), 8:05 Washington - WR Peter Warrick 23 pass from QB Matt Hasselbeck (McGuire kick), 15:00 Fourth Quarter Washington - WR Peter Warrick 17 pass from QB Matt Hasselbeck (McGuire kick), 4:22 Chicago - HB Sammy Morris 50 pass from QB Eli Manning (Edinger kick), 6:44 Washington destroys the Chicago defense behind (5) Washington QB Matt Hasselbeck passing touch downs (20/32 279 yards 5 TD 0 Int). Before he got hurt late in the 4th quarter with a minor knee injury, Chicago QB Eli Manning continues to be the most dynamic rookie QB we have had in the 2KFL (22/35 328 yards 4 TD 2 Int), but he has to do a better job of taking care of the ball (4 fumbles, 1 lost to go along with those 2 interceptions). The Washington offensive line (C Brad Meester, G Bobbie Williams, G Kyle Kosier, T Kyle Turley, T Jon Jansen) was amazing allowing only (2) hurries all game and 0 sacks, while also plowing huge lanes open for HB Edgerrin James (24 carries 133 yards; 2 catches 32 yards). Offensive Player of the Game - Washington QB Matt Hasselbeck Defensive Player of the Game - Washington DT Ryan Pickett (1 sack, 2 forced fumbles, 1 TFL, 1 QB hurry, 2 run stops)
  7. Philadelphia Stars (2-1) 0 0 7 14 -- 21 Boston Breakers (0-3) 3 3 7 0 -- 13 First Quarter Boston - Hall 28 FG, 9:02 Second Quarter Boston - Hall 35 FG, 9:25 Third Quarter Philadelphia - TE Dan O'Leary 3 pass from WR Tom Brady (Graham kick), 4:13 Boston - HB LaDainian Tomlinson 4 run (Hall kick), 9:25 Fourth Quarter Philadelphia - HB Sammy Morris 37 run (Graham kick), 7:29 Philadelphia - HB Michael Turner 11 run (Graham kick), 14:11 The end of the 1st half saw a sequence that cost Boston the game. Boston was in the red zone when QB Daunte Culpepper threw and interception into the end zone to Philadelphia S Brian Russell. On the ensuing play, from their own 20 yard line, Philadelphia QB Tom Brady threw an interception to Boston S Chris Hope. With :14 left on the clock in the 1st half, QB Daunter Culpepper proceeded to throw another interception to Philadelphia S Adam Archuleta. Has Boston scored any of those TDs, they would have gone into halftime with a 13-0 lead and the momentum. Having stop 2 red zone TDs, Philadelphia rode that momentum to score 21 second half points and the victory. Philadelphia struggle on offense for the most part as QB Tom Brady was not very good (13/21 101 yards 1 TD 1 Int; 7 carries 25 yards) and HB Michael Turner was not able to get hit the holes consistently (14 carries 53 yards 1 TD). Boston QB Daunte Culpepper struggled with those 2 1st half turnovers (27/43 279 yards 1 TD 2 Int; 5 carries 21 yards). Boston starting out the season 0-3 is shocking considering their 2KFL Bowl berth last season. Offensive Player of the Game - Boston WR Hines Ward (9 catches 75 yards) Defensive Player of the Game - Philadelphia LB Ian Gold (3 sacks, 2 QB hurries, 1 run stop)
  8. WEEK 2 IN REVIEW 2KFL League Standings Week 2 Atlantic W L T PF PA Str New Jersey 2 0 0 65 44 W2 Washington 1 1 0 58 35 W1 Philadelphia 1 1 0 42 62 L1 Boston 0 2 0 55 57 L2 Central W L T PF PA Str Chicago 2 0 0 64 50 W2 Birmingham 2 0 0 64 56 W2 Michigan 1 1 0 58 61 W1 Tampa Bay 0 2 0 37 60 L2 Pacific W L T PF PA Str Los Angeles 1 1 0 61 51 L1 Oakland 1 1 0 53 54 L1 Arizona 1 1 0 45 45 W1 Denver 0 2 0 31 58 L2 Offensive Player of the Week - Birmingham WR Deion Branch (7 catches 187 yards 1 TD) Defensive Player of the Week - Arizona CB Pierson Prioleau (2 interceptions, 1 defensive TD, 1 forced fumble) Rookie of the Week - Chicago QB Eli Manning (21/33 246 yards 3 TD 1 Int; 4 carries 35 yards) WEEK 3 SCHEDULE Philadelphia Stars (1-1) at Boston Breakers (0-2) Washington Federals (1-1) at Chicago Blitz (2-0) Tampa Bay Bandits (0-2) at Michigan Panthers (1-1) Oakland Invaders (1-1) at Arizona Wranglers (1-1) New Jersey Generals (2-0) at Denver Gold (0-2) Birmingham Stallions (2-0) at Los Angeles Express (1-1) WEEK 2 INJURIES and SUSPENSIONS Washington starting LB Takeo Spikes ruptured his Achilles tendon and will be out for the year. Washington will sign 4th year vet LB Brandon Spoon to take his place on the roster. Philadelphia starting TE Dallas Clark fractured his femur and will be out for 5 weeks. Los Angeles starting DE Richard Seymour strained his calf and will be out 3 weeks.
  9. Michigan Panthers (1-1) 7 3 10 10 -- 30 Oakland Invaders (1-1) 9 0 7 10 -- 26 First Quarter Oakland - Feely 44 FG, 4:35 Michigan - QB Aaron Brooks 72 run (Lindell kick), 7:41 Oakland - Feely 43 FG, 11:35 Oakland - Feely 42 FG, 13:45 Second Quarter Michigan - Lindell 34 FG, 13:03 Third Quarter Michigan - Lindell 25 FG, 6:38 Oakland - HB Reuben Droughns 1 run (Feely kick), 8:27 Michigan - WR Steve Smith 96 kickoff return (Lindell kick), 8:50 Fourth Quarter Oakland - Feely 35 FG, 2:47 Michigan - Lindell 31 FG, 9:59 Oakland - WR Jacquez Green 14 pass from QB Akili Smith (Feely kick), 10:56 Michigan - HB Shaun Alexander 13 pass from QB Aaron Brooks (Lindell kick), 13:16 Michigan scores the game winning touchdown with 1:46 left in the 4th quarter to nip the defending world champions. This game featured 6 lead changes, which does not happen very often. Michigan QB Aaron Brooks was not very good in the air, but killed Oakland with his legs (18/34 253 yards 1 TD 2 Int; 8 carries 100 yards 1 TD). Oakland QB Akili Smith was streaky (20/37 232 yards 1 TD 2 Int) and actually was able to get the ball down to the Michigan 26 yard line with 1:09 left in the game. Unfortunately, he threw the game clinching interception to Michigan LB Sam Cowart, his 2nd interception of the game, to seal the win for Michigan. Oakland HB Reuben Droughns ripped off a couple of big gainers and was steady as usual (17 carries 98 yards 1 TD). Offensive Player of the Game - Michigan QB Aaron Brooks Defensive Player of the Game - Michigan LB Sam Cowart (2 interceptions)
  10. Philadelphia Stars (1-1) 0 0 7 7 -- 14 Arizona Wranglers (1-1) 13 9 3 10 -- 35 First Quarter Arizona - Gramatica 53 FG, 5:36 Arizona - Gramatica 49 FG, 10:18 Arizona - CB Pierson Prioleau 45 interception return (Gramatica kick), 14:39 Second Quarter Arizona - CB Corey Ivy 19 interception return (Gramatica kick), 5:03 Arizona - Safety (P Hunter Smith tackled in endzone by DT Albert Haynesworth), 12:27 Third Quarter Philadelphia - WR Michael Jenkins 4 pass from QB Tom Brady (Graham kick), 4:30 Arizona - Gramatica 37 FG, 7:33 Fourth Quarter Arizona - WR Darnerien McCants 55 pass from QB Donovan McNabb (Gramatica kick), 2:47 Philadelphia - WR Chris Chambers 2 pass from QB Tom Brady (Graham kick), 10:31 Arizona - Gramatica 40 FG, 13:20 Philadelphia giving up 16 defensive points in the 1st half doomed them. Arizona QB Donovan McNabb played ok (18/28 205 yards 1 TD 1 Int), HB Deuce McAllister was steady (13 carries 71 yards; 4 catches 14 yards) and WR Darnerien McCants stepped up big time (4 catches 95 yards 1 TD). The story of this game was the defense though. Arizona's pass rush was relentless, sacking the Philadelphia quarterback 8 times and hurrying him 8 other times for a 44% pressure rate, which is outstanding. The defense forced 3 interceptions and forced 5 additional fumbles (none were recovered though). The Arizona defense just demolished Philadelphia. Philadelphia QB Tom Brady struggled with turnovers (21/36 212 yards 2 TD 3 Int) and just could not survive the onslaught of the Arizona defense. Offensive Player of the Game - Arizona WR Darnerien McCants Defensive Player of the Game - Arizona CB Pierson Prioleau (2 interceptions, 1 defensive TD, 1 forced fumble)
  11. Boston Breakers (0-2) 7 14 7 0 -- 28 Birmingham Stallions (2-0) 0 13 7 9 -- 29 First Quarter Boston - HB LaDainian Tomlinson 10 run (Hall kick), 5:37 Second Quarter Birmingham - Dawson 39 FG, 0:54 Boston - WR Dont'e Stallworth 5 pass from QB Daunte Culpepper (Hall kick), 4:27 Boston - WR Brian Finneran 25 pass from QB Daunte Culpepper (Hall kick), 6:24 Birmingham - HB Rudi Johnson 16 run (Dawson kick), 10:25 Birmingham - Dawson 23 FG, 14:56 Third Quarter Boston - WR Hines Ward 1 pass from QB Daunte Culpepper (Hall kick), 12:57 Birmingham - WR Deion Branch 83 pass from QB Peyton Manning (Dawson kick), 13:24 Fourth Quarter Birmingham - Dawson 35 FG, 2:20 Birmingham - Dawson 38 FG, 10:54 Birmingham - Dawson 41 FG, 15:00 Birmingham was down 28-20 going into the 4th quarter, but 3 K Phil Dawson field goals, including one when time expired, allowed the Satllions to steal this game from Boston. The duo of free agent acquisition HB Rudi Johnson (27 carries 175 yards 1 TD) and WR Deion Branch (7 catches 187 yards 1 TD) were amazing and dominated the game from start to finish. QB Peyton Manning played well and and protected the ball too (18/32 276 yards 1 TD 0 Int). Boston starting out the season 0-2 was not the way their envisioned the season starting after last season's 2KFL Bowl appearance, but here they are. QB Daunte Culpepper played well (19/34 221 yards 3 TD 1 Int), but that turnover was very costly and led to one of the decisive field goals that led to their demise. HB LaDainian Tomlinson was very good in the rushing game to try to keep his team in the game (18 carries 113 yards 1 TD). Offensive Player of the Game - Birmingham K Phil Dawson (5/6 FG, 2/2 XP, game winning field goal) Defensive Player of the Game - Birmingham CB Tod McBride (2 TFLs, Forced fumble, 4 run stops)
  12. Los Angeles Express (1-1) 7 3 7 13 -- 30 Chicago Blitz (2-0) 14 5 7 15 -- 41 First Quarter Los Angeles - QB Charlie Batch 2 run (Brown kick), 3:05 Chicago - HB Jamal Lewis 9 pass from Manning (Edinger kick), 5:53 Chicago - CB Gibril Wilson 38 fumble return (Edinger kick), 7:27 Second Quarter Chicago - Edinger 25 FG, 8:11 Los Angeles - Brown 32 FG, 13:19 Chicago - Safety (QB Charlie Batch tackled in endzone by LB Nate Webster), 14:47 Third Quarter Los Angeles - TE Kellen Winslow Jr 71 pass from QB Charlie Batch (Brown kick), 4:17 Chicago - FB Fred Beasley 5 run (Edinger kick), 8:04 Fourth Quarter Chicago - WR Donald Driver 10 pass from Manning (kick failed), 0:07 Los Angeles - HB Clinton Portis 18 run (Brown kick), 5:28 Chicago - HB Jamal Lewis Lewis 76 pass from QB Eli Manning (Edinger kick), 6:05 Chicago - Safety (QB Charlie Batch tackled in endzone by DE Kyle Vandenbosch), 13:19 Los Angeles - HB Michael Bennett 42 pass from QB CHarlie Batch (2-Point conversion failed), 14:00 Wild game. Chicago's defense scored 11 points (don't think I have ever seen 2 safeties for the same team while playing FBPro 98) , which were the difference in the game. Chicago rookie QB Eli Manning has ignited the Chicago offense with steady play and the short passing game while also utilizing his escapability to gain yard on the ground (21/33 246 yards 3 TD 1 Int; 4 carries 35 yards). The Chicago running backs, HB Sammy Morris (17 carries 114 yards) and former starting running back HB Jamal Lewis (4 catches 97 yards 2 TD), were the stars of the game. Los Angeles QB Charlie Batch was statistically solid (18/30 301 yards 2 TD 0 Int), but his bobbled snap allowed the fumble return TD and those two safeties were also on him as he held the ball way too long. He has to be more aware of the pass rush. Offensive Player of the Week - Chicago QB Eli Manning Defensive Player of the Week - Chicago DE Kyle Vanden Bosch (Safety, 2 sacks, 1 QB Hurry, 1 Run stop)
  13. New Jersey Generals (2-0) 14 13 3 7 -- 37 Tampa Bay Bandits (0-2) 7 3 7 0 -- 17 First Quarter New Jersey - CB Mike McKenzie 14 fumble return (Scobee kick), 2:38 Tampa Bay - WR Dane Looker 60 pass from QB Marc Bulger (Brown kick), 4:23 New Jersey - WR Lee Evans 14 pass from QB Chris Redman (Scobee kick), 12:50 Second Quarter Tampa Bay - Brown 42 FG, 4:20 New Jersey - WR Lee Evans 96 kickoff return (kick failed), 4:44 New Jersey - TE Jeremy Shockey 8 pass from QB Chris Redman (Scobee kick), 14:49 Third Quarter Tampa Bay - HB Fred Taylor 25 pass from QB Marc Bulger (Brown kick), 7:34 New Jersey - Scobee 35 FG, 13:43 Fourth Quarter New Jersey - WR Lee Evans 4 pass from QB Brian Griese (Scobee kick), 11:07 New Jersey jumped all over Tampa Bay to go 2-0 after a miseable season last year. New Jersey rookie WR Lee Evans (7 catches 76 yards 2 TD; 1 kickoff return TD) has sparked this offense and made life much easier for the passing offense. QB Brian Griese (5/9 30 yards 1 TD 0 Int) was injured early in the 1st quarter, but was able to return later in the 4th quarter. His backup QB Chris Redman played very well (14/20 167 2 TD 0 Int) and moved the ball downfield very well. Tampa Bay may have a quarterback problem. QB Marc Bulger struggled with accuracy (14/26 198 yards 2 TD 0 Int), which considering his weapons at wide receivers (WR Randy Moss and WR Plaxico Burress) , is strange. This offense should be deadly most games. This will be something to watch in the next few games, because this team is built to win. Offensive Player of the Game - New Jersey WR Lee Evans Defensive Player of the Game - Tampa Bay DT Ryan Hale (2 sacks, forced fumble, 3 run stops, 1 TFL)
  14. Denver Gold (0-2) 0 0 0 7 -- 7 Washington Federals (1-1) 14 7 7 3 -- 31 First Quarter Washington - QB Matt Hasselbeck 1 run (McGuire kick), 2:20 Washington - QB Matt Hasselbeck 1 run (McGuire kick), 8:39 Second Quarter Washington - HB Edgerrin James 11 run (McGuire kick), 3:57 Third Quarter Washington - FB Jeff Paulk 9 run (McGuire kick), 6:05 Fourth Quarter Denver - HB Shawn Bryson 6 pass from QB Shaun King (Janikowski kick), 0:53 Washington - McGuire 51 FG, 13:35 Washington destroyed Denver, limiting the Denver passing offense to 4.4 yards per passing attempt and limiting the Denver rushing offense to 3.5 yards per carry. Washington QB Matt Hasselbeck was efficient (12/18 175 yards 0 TD 1 Int; 2 rushing TDs) and his two rushing touchdowns in the 1st quarter proved to be the difference in the game. Washington HB Edgerrin James was solid (20 carries 84 yards 1 TD) and rookie WR Andre Johnson had a couple of big plays (2 catches 85 yards). Denver QB Shaun King seems to have regressed from his stellar play last season (27/41 182 yards 1 TD 2 Int) as the Denver offense struggled all game long. The one bright spot for the offense was HB Anthony Thomas (17 carries 76 yards; 7 carries 67 yards) who put on a all-around show for the Denver Gold. Offensive Player of the Game - Denver HB Anthony Thomas Defensive Player of the Game - Washington CB Nate Clements (1 interception, 1 sack, 1 TFL, 2 run stops)
  15. WEEK 1 REVIEW 2KFL League Standings Week 1 Atlantic W L T PF PA Str New Jersey 1 0 0 28 27 W1 Philadelphia 1 0 0 28 27 W1 Boston 0 1 0 27 28 L1 Washington 0 1 0 27 28 L1 Central W L T PF PA Str Birmingham 1 0 0 35 28 W1 Chicago 1 0 0 23 20 W1 Michigan 0 1 0 28 35 L1 Tampa Bay 0 1 0 20 23 L1 Pacific W L T PF PA Str Los Angeles 1 0 0 31 10 W1 Oakland 1 0 0 27 24 W1 Denver 0 1 0 24 27 L1 Arizona 0 1 0 10 31 L1 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Offensive - Chicago WR Donald Driver (14 catches 175 yards 1 TD 8 1st downs) Defensive - Los Angeles DT John Thornton (1 sack, 4 QB hurries, 3 Run stops) Rookie - Chicago QB Eli Manning (31/48 405 yards 2 TD 1 INT) WEEK 2 SCHEDULE Denver Gold (0-1) at Washington Federals (0-1) New Jersey Generals (1-0) at Tampa Bay Bandits (1-0) Los Angeles Express (1-0) at Chicago Blitz (1-0) Boston Breakers (0-1) at Birmingham Stallions (1-0) Philadelphia Stars (1-0) at Arizona Wranglers (0-1) Michigan Panthers (0-1) at Oakland Invaders (1-0) WEEK 2 SUSPENSIONS AND INJURIES No major injuries or suspensions