With the LAEFL 20th season on the horizon, the coaches of the league are gearing up for what is expected to be a wild and memorable season.
The Browns (Coach John Berry) are busy learning each member of their team so they can raise the Dawg Pound a little higher than their inaugural season. After leaving their passing offense on the sideline for much of the year, they’re ready to bring a two pronged attack to the gridiron.
The Bills (Coach Mark Holquin) have been recruiting this offseason to open up their offense for a more diverse attack. Last season was all about Thurman #34. This season will be more run and gun like their heyday when they ruled the AFC for 4 consecutive years.
The Jets (Coach James Partipilo) are sticking to their old school jerseys and cranking up the defense so the offenses they face will become discouraged. The Jets offense is looking to rack up points this season so the opposing coach will also become discouraged.
The 49ers (Coach Cleon Tate) are giving their team a new look with the fierceness of the 9ers glory days. The passing game will be much improved and the defense will have more weapons than just #42 Lott.
The Texans (Coach Earl McMillan) are beginning a new chapter in the league as they brought Coach EMAC over from the Seahawks. The Texans are looking to stir up the league with a two pronged offense and swarming defense that has been their coach’s trademark for many seasons.
The Vikings (Coach Ajah Patterson) are busy in the laboratory cooking up offensive schemes and defensive stunts to shake up the league. After a league leading running attack and accurate passing attack, the Vikings defense is in for an upgrade to stop their oppositions offense.
The Raiders (Coach Eric Robinson) are putting the finishing touch on their running game to match their league leading passing game. The defensive front is undergoing changes to total domination of the opposing team’s offense to rise to the top after finishing 2nd last season.
The Eagles (Coach Isaac Cash) look to break through this season as last season’s commitments kept them from raising the trophy they felt was theirs to raise. The offense is expected to be more diverse than just #12 Randall. And the defense, already stout, are expected to be even more dominant.
The Steelers (Coach Anthony Price) begin the LAEFL 20th season with the former 3 time champion Rams coach who could not turn down the opportunity to lead one of the NFL’s glorious franchises. They are expected to be just as fierce and dominating as the Rams but with more diversity than just #15 Ferragamo.
With new coaches expected to join for this momentous year, the LAEFL is looking forward to a very wild, exciting and memorable season.
reporting for the LAEFL Chronicle, Steven Watts