7/11 was FUN for the coaches in the LAEFL as they gathered to strike yet another blow against the battle over COVID-19. Five coaches made the trek to Battle on the vibrating football field. When the battle ended early mid-afternoon the Steelers had taken one from the Texans. The Raiders ripped one from the 49ers and the Texans rebounded with one over the Browns.
At halftime, the coaches took a break and were treated with the foods of football (burgers and dogs and chips and drinks), and all the trimmings.
Each of the games that day was tougher than each coach thought they would be. Although the scores would seem to indicate easy, they were far from it. The Steelers and Coach Price were in control of the score the entire game, Coach EMAC’s team controlled the clock. The Texans had their opportunities, but could not convert 4th and 1. In real football as well as electric football, a yard is sometimes hard to come by. Steelers 28 – Texans 7.
Coach ERob had his Raiders clicking as they took on Coach Rasta and his 49ers. Hit after explosive hit they waged war on this battlefield. And when the final salvo was fired, the Raiders were standing with a 22- 7 “V” over the 49ers.
In the final battle in FUNTUCKY, Coach John and his mighty Browns traveled to meet Coach EMAC and his Texans in their own yard literally. When the final tock ticked, the Texans were holding the “W” tightly 23-0.
FUNTUCKY WAS FUN FOR ALL IN ATTENDANCE. 7/11 was lucky. More for some than others.
Steven Watts – LAEFL CHRONICLE