TWAS THE DAY BEFORE LAEFL GAMEDAY
AND WHAT DO YOU KNOW
EACH COACH IS LOOKING TO DEAL HIS OPPONENT A KNOCKOUT BLOW
THE SEAHAWKS AND RAMS ARE GEARED UP AND READY
WHILE THE VIKINGS AND BROWNS ARE FAR PAST THE STEADY
THE EAGLES AND RAIDERS ARE RARING TO GO
THE # 1 SEED IS THE GOAL FOR THESE FOES
THE BILLS AND EAGLES SHOULD BE A TOUGH ONE
IF THEY SURVIVE AND CONTINUE TO HAVE FUN
THE 9ERS AND VIKINGS MAY NOT MAKE IT THROUGH
UNLESS THEIR OFFLINE AS SOMETIMES WE DO
THE JETS ARE LOOKING TO BLOW PAST THEIR GUY
SO THEY CAN FOCUS ON HOME THEN THEY’LL FLY
THE BROWNS ARE EQUIPPED WITH NEW CONFIDENCE AND SQUAD
SETTING OUT TO PROVE HIS TEAM IS NO FRAUD
SO AS YOU CAN SEE THE LAEFL IS READY TO GO
GETTING PAST THIS WEEKEND AND ON TO THE SHOW
IT’S BEEN A GOOD SEASON FOR LOTS OF THE TEAMS
BUT FOR SOME ALL WE CAN DO IS LET OUT SOME SCREAMS
The LAEFL had its June 15 bash in Irvine where the last of the undefeated teams bit the dust. The Eagles held that distinction until then when they faced the one loss Rams who were stinging from their loss to the Raiders on last gameday. Here’s what so strange about that.
Gameday one- Raiders lost to Seahawks 420 bash- Seahawks lost to Eagles Gameday 4- Rams lost to Raiders 6/15 bash- Eagles lost to Rams
In other matches from 6/15 bash the “Smoke A Bowl” was the “high” mark of the day as Coach Shabby’s J-E-T-S took down Coach Tate’s 49ers 34 – 14. But it ended well as they celebrated by smoking a bowl.
In the final game of the day, the Raiders increased their win streak to 5 with a victory over the 49ers.
The standings are very close with 4 teams having only one loss heading into the final gameday, July 13.
Breaking News from the Eagles training facility. After losing to the Rams by inches on a two point conversion, Coach Buddy Ryan has cut and replaced 9 players. Coach Ryan says his team is ready for a playoff run. A source within the Eagles facility was heard saying,
“The Rams are who we thought they were, and we let’em off the hook”.
It started out really as a joke to see who would pick up on the reference of it and now it’s the LAEFL’s most anticipated game. Smoke a Bowl, pits James “Shabby J” Portillo and his New York Jets against Cleon “Rastahaze” Tate Jr and his San Francisco 49ers.
Over the years this game has taken on a life of its own. At first it was played during the college years of the league as a rivalry game and was later carried over with a trophy for the winner to hold until the next game. Next season it will be the featured game for the LAEFL 420 games.
Early on the game wasn’t much of a rivalry (Shabby J) holds the series lead 5-3, but Cleon (Rastahaze) has won the last two. “I get geared up for this game I love playing EFL but this game is for the chalice”, stated coach Tate when asked about this game. Every game is important but when it’s your rival it means a little more.
Saturday June 15th in Irvine CA Smoke a Bowl 9 goes down.
The Seahawks/Bills matchup was an intriguing one based upon all the talk about Thurman Thomas #34. The Hawks weren’t drinking the kool-aid prior to the game. The game started out as a feeling out process when #34 made his presence known. Then the Hawks knew it was more than just talk. Throughout the game, the Hawks were matching wits and scores with Thurman. At halftime it was Hawks 14, Thurman 13 thanks to a Hawks pick six. We got 30 more minutes of this madness.
The second half began with Thurman at it again to put the Bills up 20-14 and go for 2 and makes it, making it 21-14 Bills. The Hawks respond with a run of their own by #47 Sherman Smith to tie it up 21-21 after the XP. See how this is going. The Hawks began a last 3 minute drive to put the game away only to miss a 58 yd FG to send the game to overtime, the Hawks second OT in as many gamedays.
Bills win the toss and begin their drive on their 20 yd line only to have it go backwards on two consecutive plays back to their 9 yd line. Third down and the Bills get a WR behind the Hawks “D”. A completed pass would almost guarantee a first down if not a TD. Coach Mark sized up his target and let the ball rip, only to have it hit the Hawks #55 at the 5 yd line with one Bill between him and the goal line. #55 wins the race and gives the Hawks a 27-21 OT victory.
reporting for the Seattle Sun