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This week in the FIFL

TRAINOR TIES LONGEST FG RECORD IN ROOKIE YEAR

Orlando rookie kicker Kendall Trainor kicked a 55-yard FG in week 14 and added himself to the recordbook along with 5 others for the only kickers to kick a 55-yarder in a game. Former Mississippi kicker Bruce Reinecker did it twice in his career.

Trainor is the 3rd to do it in their rookie season to join Brotzman and Nell. Hamilton technically did so his first playing season but sat on the bench his rookie season backing up K Rob Bironas.

Top 10 In Career Receiving Yards
Player
Yrs
Gms
PAT's
FG's
PTS
50+
55 LNG
Remy Hamilton
15
213
380
281
1,223
17-34
55
Bruce Reinecker
12
168
363
253
1,122
17-40
55(2)
Kyle Brotzman
10
140
285
211
918
13-26
55
Henry Nell
3
42
86
58
260
5-11
55
Kendall Trainor
1
14
21
20
81
3-5
55

SABERCATS CLAIM TOP SPOT IN PLAYOFFS

The San Jose SaberCats defeated the Greeb Bay Bombers 24-17 on the road and moved to 11-3 on the season and claim the #1 seed in the National Conference as well as the league.

QB Deondre Francois earned OPOTG as he went 20 of 28 for 291 yards and a TD and the SaberCats needed his arm, as both defenses were stuffing the run game throughout the game. San Jose LB Curtis Randall earned DPOTG with his 6 tackles, 2.0 sacks and INT.

San Jose will host hte Honolulu Hurricanes who slipt in on tiebreakers over Portland.

WEEK 14 GAMES
Reno @ Honolulu Box Score Scoring .log file
Kansas City @ Portland Box Score Scoring .log file
San Jose @ Green Bay Box Score Scoring .log file
Bismarck @ Detroit Box Score Scoring .log file
Fort Wayne @ Pittsburgh Box Score Scoring .log file
Minnesota @ Toledo Box Score Scoring .log file
Chesapeake @ Springfield Box Score Scoring .log file
Orlando @ Rochester Box Score Scoring .log file
Nashville @ Connecticut Box Score Scoring .log file

WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE, BJORN NITTMO?

Not everyone can be K Bjorn Nittmo, but not everyone will want to be with this bittersweet record. Nitmo had a good game in week 13 going 4/5 in a 26-18 win over Springfield. Overall for the season, depsite helping Pittsburgh to a 9-4 record, Nittmo has kicked a record 45 FG attempts for the year, and connecting on only 62.2%. Nittmo has gone 22/23 on PAT's for the year and is second in the league with 106 points, trailing Connecticut K Kyle Brotzman who has 108 points.

Top 5 In Individual FG Attempts in a Season
Player
YR
FGM
FGA
PCT
LNG
<20
20-29
30-39
40-49
50+
B.Nittmo
2030
28
45
62.2
54
3-4
3-6
10-10
10-16
2-9
B.Hurley
2003
28
42
66.7
52
0-1
9-10
7-8
9-16
3-7
C.Peterson
2028
36
41
87.8
49
0-0
14-15
12-13
10-12
0-1
F.Biancamano
2009
34
41
82.9
52
2-2
11-11
0-10
8-12
4-6
R.Bironas
2018
33
40
82.5
51
1-1
11-11
6-6
13-18
2-4
R.Aguayo
2028
32
40
80.0
54
3-3
10-11
10-10
5-9
4-7
T.Sievers
2016
26
40
65.0
48
1-1
3-6
13-15
9-18
0-0

RAIDERS SHOCK COYOTEES WITH 20-14 WIN

The Rochester Raiders defeated the Connecticut Coyotees 20-14 thanks to their strong offensive play.

QB Andre Ware was 21 of 23 for 289 yards, 2 TD's and an INT, while HB Maurice Clarett ran the ball 34 times for 118 yards. The Rochester offense owned the game clock, having the ball for 35:56 of the game.

With the loss, Connecticut falls to 8-5, however still owns the #3 playoff spot in the American Conference.

WEEK 13 GAMES
Green Bay @ Reno Box Score Scoring .log file
Portland @ Honolulu Box Score Scoring .log file
Detroit @ San Jose Box Score Scoring .log file
Minnesota @ Bismarck Box Score Scoring .log file
Springfield @ Pittsburgh Box Score Scoring .log file
Kansas City @ Fort Wayne Box Score Scoring .log file
Connecticut @ Rochester Box Score Scoring .log file
Chesapeake @ Nashville Box Score Scoring .log file
Toledo @ Orlando Box Score Scoring .log file

KELLEN MOORE TIES TD RECORD IN 37-17 WIN

Bismarck QB Kellen Moore tied the TD record for passing TD's thrown as he threw for 5 TD's in a 37-17 win over the Springfield Slayers. This ties current Connecticut QB Keith Null when he threw for 5 TD's in a 48-12 week 8 win in 2028 vs Tennessee.

Moore finished the game 24 of 34 for 317 yards, 5 TDs and an INT. Springfield QB Timmy Chang was 23 of 35 for 306 yards, a TD and an INT but was unable to keep up with the Bismarck offense.

WEEK 12 GAMES
Honolulu @ San Jose Box Score Scoring .log file
Reno @ Portland Box Score Scoring .log file
Springfield @ Bismarck Box Score Scoring .log file
Kansas City @ Detroit Box Score Scoring .log file
Green Bay @ Minnesota Box Score Scoring .log file
Pittsburgh @ Toledo Box Score Scoring .log file
Rochester @ Fort Wayne Box Score Scoring .log file
Connecticut @ Chesapeake Box Score Scoring .log file
Nashvillle @ Orlando Box Score Scoring .log file

SHAUN KING SETS RECORD

ROOKIE TRAINOR KICKS TIDE OUT OF TOWN The FIFL Commish fumbled a story last week in that they missed the week where QB Shaun King set the record for most starts as a QB.

Shaun King has started 241 career games, (now) two more than QB Ricky Foggie. King has 128 career wins as a starter (128-115-1), 4th all-time in wins trailing QB Albert Higgs who ended his career with 140 (140-93-3).


ROOKIE TRAINOR KICKS TIDE OUT OF TOWN

The Orlando Predators defeated the Chesapeake Tide 19-16 in Overtime, moving them to 4-6-1 on the year.

The win comes mostly thanks to rookie kicker Kendall Trainor who was 1/1 on PAT's but 4/4 on FG's, including the game tying kick from 27 yards with 7 seconds left in the 4th, and the eventual game winner from 52 yards with 4:53 in OT.

WEEK 11 GAMES
Reno @ San Jose Box Score Scoring .log file
Portland @ Green Bay Box Score Scoring .log file
Honolulu @ Bismarck Box Score Scoring .log file
Detroit @ Kansas City Box Score Scoring .log file
Pittsburgh @ Minnesota Box Score Scoring .log file
Rochester @ Toledo Box Score Scoring .log file
Fort Wayne @ Nashville Box Score Scoring .log file
Springfield @ Connecticut Box Score Scoring .log file
Chesapeake @ Orlando Box Score Scoring .log file

AGUAYO KICKS LAST SECOND 54-YARDER FOR WIN

The Reno Express slipped past the Detroit Drive 26-24, winning on a last second 54-yard FG by K Roberto Aguayo. Aguayo finished the day 4/5 on FG's and 2/2 on PAT's. Aguayo connected on 51, 24, 43 and 54. missing on 35.

The win goes to QB Cody Fajardo who took over for QB Timmy Chang who was traded to the Springfield Slayers. Fajardo finished 23 of 29 for 256 yards nad a TD and ran 3 times for 23 yards.

WEEK 10 GAMES
Detroit @ Reno Box Score Scoring .log file
Green Bay @ Honolulu Box Score Scoring .log file
San Jose @ Portland Box Score Scoring .log file
Bismarck @ Minnesota Box Score Scoring .log file
Orlando @ Pittsburgh Box Score Scoring .log file
Kansas City @ Springfield Box Score Scoring .log file
Toledo @ Fort Wayne Box Score Scoring .log file
Chesapeake @ Rochester Box Score Scoring .log file
Connecticut @ Nashville Box Score Scoring .log file

SLAYERS MAKE MOVE TRADE AHEAD OF DEADLINE

The Springfield Slayers made a move ahead of the trade deadline, aquiring Reno QB Timmy Chang in exchange for QB Brian Sipe.

Chang has thrown for over 27K yards and 148 TD's and 68-60-1 as a starter. Sipe is in his second year and is 69 of 100 for 748 yards, 4 TD's, 2 INT's and 1-2 as a starter in his career.

Chang is 6-4 as a starter in the playoffs and is 1-1 in Gold Cups, so looking to help Springfield in their push to Gold Cup XXX1.


COYOTEES JUMP PAST BULLFROGS

The Connecticut Coyotees defeated the Toledo Bullfrogs 33-28 and moved to 6-3 on the year, holding on to second place in the Eastern Division and #3 playoff spot in the American Conference.

Connecticut QB Keith Null was 20 of 28 for 261 yards and 2 TD's while HB Lache Seastrumk was 25 of 101 rushing with a TD. Toledo QB Terrelle Pryor was 26 of 45 for 390 yards with 3 TD's and an INT while HB Montee Ball ran 13 times for 64 yards and caught 5 passes for 64 yards and 3 TD's.

WEEK 9 GAMES
San Jose @ Honolulu Box Score Scoring .log file
Minnesota @ Portland Box Score Scoring .log file
Bismarck @ Green Bay Box Score Scoring .log file
Reno @ Kansas City Box Score Scoring .log file
Fort Wayne @ Detroit Box Score Scoring .log file
Connecticut @ Toledo Box Score Scoring .log file
Nashville @ Springfield Box Score Scoring .log file
Orlando @ Chesapeake Box Score Scoring .log file
Pittsburgh @ Rochester Box Score Scoring .log file

ROCHESTER RAIDED BY KATS, LOSE QB FOR STRETCH RUN

The Nashvillee Kats defeated the Rochester Raiders 47-13 and moved to 4-4. In the game, QB CJ McCullum was 20 of 28 for 253 yards and a TD before being injured and replaced by QB Jason White. McCullum's injury puts him out atleast the next 4 weeks with White and QB Cliff Stoudt as options.

Rochester will need to revisit their offense and possibly move on from RB Maurice Clarett who was a non-option, leaving all the game on QB Andre Ware's shoulders. Ware was 19 of 43 for 298 yards with 2 TD's and 3 INT's.

WEEK 8 GAMES
Portland @ Reno Box Score Scoring .log file
Bismarck @ San Jose Box Score Scoring .log file
Honolulu @ Green Bay Box Score Scoring .log file
Toledo @ Kansas City Box Score Scoring .log file
Minnesota @ Detroit Box Score Scoring .log file
Chesapeake @ Pittsburgh Box Score Scoring .log file
Springfield @ Fort Wayne Box Score Scoring .log file
Rochester @ Nashville Box Score Scoring .log file
Orlando @ Connecticut Box Score Scoring .log file

POWER SHUT OFF VS DETROIT ON 4TH & GOAL

The Pittsburgh Power scored 15 unanswered points in the 4th quarter, defeating the Detroit Drive.

Trailing by 4 with 3:09 left in the game, Detroit went on a 12-play, 69-yard drive. With 2:43 left in the game, QB Bobby Hebert was tackled by DE Johnny Dingle and shaken up, replaced by QB E.J. Nemeth. Nemeth drove the Drive down to the Pittsburgh's 3-yard line with 0:25 left in the game. On 4th and goal, Nemeth was sacked by LB Kelly Kirschbaum to seal the victory for the Power.

WEEK 7 GAMES
San Jose @ Reno Box Score Scoring .log file
Minnesota @ Honolulu Box Score Scoring .log file
Green Bay @ Portland Box Score Scoring .log file
Kansas City @ Bismarck Box Score Scoring .log file
Detroit @ Pittsburgh Box Score Scoring .log file
Toledo @ Springfield Box Score Scoring .log file
Connecticut @ Fort Wayne Box Score Scoring .log file
Nashville @ Chesapeake Box Score Scoring .log file
Rochester @ Orrlando Box Score Scoring .log file

KANSAS CITY AIR COMMAND GETS PAST SAN JOSE

The Kansas City Command defeated the defending National Conference winning San Jose SaberCats 23-20 and move to 3-3 on the year.

QB Justin Peery was 20 of 24 for 280 yards and 2 TD's and was the majority reason of the win, as the Command rushing game was limited to 56 yards and a 2.2 overall avg.

WEEK 6 GAMES
Orlando @ Green Bay Box Score Scoring .log file
San Jose @ Kansas City Box Score Scoring .log file
Detroit @ Minnesota Box Score Scoring .log file
Bismarck @ Toledo Box Score Scoring .log file
Pittsburgh @ Springfield Box Score Scoring .log file
Fort Wayne @ Chesapeake Box Score Scoring .log file
Reno @ Rochester Box Score Scoring .log file
Honolulu @ Nashville Box Score Scoring .log file
Portland @ Connecticut Box Score Scoring .log file

BULLFROGS NEED OT IN WILD WIN OVER SAFARI

The Toledo Bullfrogs defeated the high-octane Fort Wayne Safari 27-24 in overtime to move to 2-3 on the season.

QB Terrell Pyror lead all QB's in yardage as he was 33 of 47 for 413 yards and a TD, while HB Montee Ball added 53 yards rushing and 188 yards receiving.

Fort Wayne QB Trevor Harris continues his pursuit of the recordbooks as he was 32 of 43 for 351 yards and a TD, moving to 1,796 yards passing and 10 TD's through 5 games.

WEEK 5 GAMES
Chesapeake @ Reno Box Score Scoring .log file
Green Bay @ San Jose Box Score Scoring .log file
Honolulu @ Portland Box Score Scoring .log file
Pittsburgh @ Bismarck Box Score Scoring .log file
Minnesota @ Kansas City Box Score Scoring .log file
Springfield @ Detroit Box Score Scoring .log file
Fort Wayne @ Toledo Box Score Scoring .log file
Orlando @ Nashville Box Score Scoring .log file
Rochester @ Connecticut Box Score Scoring .log file

ARCHER SHOOTS TIDE INTO 1ST WITH 4-0 START

The Chesapeake are off to a 4-0 start in what may have been planned as a rebuild year, starting rookie QB Dave Archer instead of veteran QB Kliff Kingsbury. Either way, Archer this season is 3-0 as a starter and thrown for 894 yards (68.3%) with 3 TD's and a pick in 3 starts.

The season is still young and plenty of football to go, but don't put it past Chesapeake to pull off a Rookie QB and an all TE receiving crew to confuse it's competetion and compete for another Gold Cup.

WEEK 4 GAMES
Kansas City @ Honolulu Box Score Scoring .log file
Nashville @ San Jose Box Score Scoring .log file
Detroit @ Green Bay Box Score Scoring .log file
Portland @ Bismarck Box Score Scoring .log file
Reno @ Minnesota Box Score Scoring .log file
Toledo @ Pittsburgh Box Score Scoring .log file
Fort Wayne @ Springfield Box Score Scoring .log file
Rochester @ Chesapeake Box Score Scoring .log file
Connecticut @ Orlando Box Score Scoring .log file

SAFARI BACK: 2-0-1 AFTER 29-19 WIN OVER POWER

The Fort Wayne Safari were in the Gold Cup just a couple years ago, but had an off year last season, finishing 6-8. So far, things look just like they did in 2028 as they are off to a 2-0-1 start and one of the top offenses in 2030.

QB Trevor Harris was 21 of 31 for 264 Yards and 2 TD's and HB Xaviar Omon ran 28 times for 157 yards anad a TD.

WEEK 3 GAMES
Connecticut @ Honolulu Box Score Scoring .log file
Reno @ Green Bay Box Score Scoring .log file
Bismarck @ Kansas City Box Score Scoring .log file
Portland @ Detroit Box Score Scoring .log file
San Jose @ Minnesota Box Score Scoring .log file
Orlando @ Springfield Box Score Scoring .log file
Pittsburgh @ Fort Wayne Box Score Scoring .log file
Toledo @ Chesapeake Box Score Scoring .log file
Nashviille @ Rochester Box Score Scoring .log file

HUEPEL WINS FIRST CAREER START: ORLANDO 1-0-1

The Orlando Predators edged the defending National Conference winning San Jose SaberCats 20-17 in week 2, moving to 1-0-1. QB Josh Heupel won his first career start going 25 of 31 for 229 yards and a TD.

Heupel started his career 0-3-1 as a starter, 0-2 with Wichita from 2026 to 2027 and 0-1-1 since with Orlando. Orlando had gone with rookie QB Tim Rattay in 2028 and 2029 who lead them to a 9-5 record and went 5-8 as a starter last season as Orlando finished 5-9 overall.

WEEK 2 GAMES
Bismarck @ Reno Box Score Scoring .log file
Rochester @ Portland Box Score Scoring .log file
Green Bay @ Kansas City Box Score Scoring .log file
Honolulu @ Detroit Box Score Scoring .log file
Nashville @ Pittsburgh Box Score Scoring .log file
Springfield @ Toledo Box Score Scoring .log file
Minnesota @ Fort Wayne Box Score Scoring .log file
Chesapeae @ Connecticut Box Score Scoring .log file
San Jose @ Orlando Box Score Scoring .log file

MINNESOTA SIGNS EDINGER

After going 0/2 on Field Goals, and a 96.2% PAT percentage and 67.1% FG percentage after 4 seasons, the Minnesota Fighting Pike have released Kicker Alex Trlica. The 6'0 220 Texas Tech product may still have a career in the FIFL given his abilities.

In his place, the Pike have signed veteran Kicker Paul Edinger. Edinger ranks 6th all-time in FIFL history in kicker points.

One record that could be broken: Kicker Luzayadio holds the record for most Tackles as a Kicker with 59. Alcorn and Hamilton are at 58, with Edinger at 57.

Top 10 Kickers
Player
Seasons
Gms
XPM
XP%
FGM
FG%
Points
Carlos Huerta
18
252
513
98.8
400
75.2
1,713
Brion Hurley
18
252
544
98.9
352
73.6
1,600
Ton Ton Luzayadio
17
238
465
97.9
330
75.7
1,455
Daron Alcorn
16
218
480
98.8
304
74.0
1,392
Frank Biancamano
15
207
460
98.5
306
76.7
1,378
Paul Edinger
15
196
466
98.5
282
72.3
1,312
Todd France
13
193
412
97.9
285
74.4
1,267
Remy Hamilton
15
213
380
97.9
281
72.1
1,223
Steve Videtech
16
217
368
98.7
278
72.4
1,202
James Pucci
13
182
396
99.0
250
73.0
1,146

"TO" SETS SIGHTS AT PR RECORD

Pittsburgh WR Terrell Owens has been at the WR2 slot most of his career. At the WR2 slot, this has given him a good number of chances at running up some Punt Return numbers.

Below are the top 5 in FIFL history in Punt Returns. Averaging 34 returns a season, Owens would need at last two more seasons to top the record set by Rashied Davis in returns, but possibly more if he wants to catch him on yards. One of the best all-time was Chris Horn who had his career cut short. Who knows where he would have ended had he played as long as the others.

Top 5 In Punt Returns
Player
Yrs
Gms
PR
FC
YDS
Avg
Lng
TD
Rashied Davis
12
168
334
14
4,762
14.3
89
5
Shon King
12
168
332
35
3,838
11.6
83
2
Chris Horn
7
98
294
27
4,495
15.3
89
7
Pascal Volz
10
140
293
12
3,964
13.5
89
3
Terrell Owens
9
113
277
6
3,404
12.3
86
3

KINGSBURY WINS #100

Chesapeake Tide QB Kliff Kingsbury won his 100th career start as the Chesapeake Tide defeated the Green Bay Bombers 13-10. Kingsbury is currently 8th all-time on the QB Starter board at 100-46-1 for his career.

Kingsbury went 22 of 31 for 256 yards and a TD.


COYOTEES OUTLAST POWER

The defending champion Connecticut Coyotees won on a last minute Field Goal, edging the Pittsburgh Power 24-22.

QB Keith Null was 21 of 35 for 346 yards, 2 TD's and an INT while newly aquired WR London Crawford caught 10 passes for 184 yards and a TD.

For Pittsburgh, QB David Klinger was injured early and QB Pat White took over going 20 of 34 for 285 yards and 2 TD's.

WEEK 1 GAMES
Honolulu @ Reno Box Score Scoring .log file
Portland @ San Jose Box Score Scoring .log file
Detroit @ Bismarck Box Score Scoring .log file
Kansas City @ Minnesota Box Score Scoring .log file
Green Bay @ Chesapeake Box Score Scoring .log file
Springfield @ Rochester Box Score Scoring .log file
Toledo @ Nashville Box Score Scoring .log file
Pittsburgh @ Connecticut Box Score Scoring .log file
Fort Wayne @ Orlando Box Score Scoring .log file

TRAINING CAMP COMING UP

The draft is completed and FA picks are nearly complete. Time for teams to get their rosters settled at 53 and training camp numbers in.

Training camp is positional... fill out the chart and email the commish. Maximum is 65 and minimum is 5.


COMMAND SELECT LB HARRISON WITH FIRST PICK

The Kansas City Command selected LB James Harrison with the first pick of the 2030 FIFL Draft. The Command are rebuilding off a 1-13 season after moving from Colorado where the Wildcats had a 205-226-3 record and 2-0 in Gold Cups over 30 seasons.

Harrison surprisingly is the first LB ever selected #1 overall in the draft going back to 2000. QB Andre Ware was the first ever QB selected #1 back in 2028 by Rochester, so that just leaves a Center, Fullback, Kicker or Punter, which unlikley the last 3 will ever happen.


FIFL DRAFT 2030 HAS BEGUN

Draft has started. Please check out the Draft Tracker (logo to the right). Follow along via Discord or eMail.

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2030 FIFL DRAFT
1. Kansas City 4. Minnesota 7. Reno 10. Chesapeake 13. Toledo 16. Honolulu
2. Rochester 5. Ft. Wayne 8. Nashville 11. Springfield 14. Pittsburgh 17. San Jose
3. Orlando 6. Bismarck 9. Detroit 12. Green Bay 15. Portland 18. Connecticut

COYOTEES TAKE LAST BITE OUT OF SABERCATS;
Connecticut defeats San Jose on last second TD

 PCONNECTICUT COYOTEES (12-5) @ SAN JOSE SABERCATS (13-4)
December 23, 2029
1 2 3 4
Total
Connecticut Coyotees 0 7 9 7
23
San Jose SaberCats 7 3 0 10
20
 
Offensive MVP : - Keith Null (CON)
Defensive MVP : - Darren Banks (CON)
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Summary: The Connecticut Coyotees defeated the San Jose SaberCats 23-20 to win Gold Cup XXXI, and their first Gold Cup in ranchise history. Trailing 20-16, Connecticut and QB Keith Null went on a 9-play, 66-yard drive and scored on a 5-yard TD pass from Null to WR Kassim Osgood with 0:13 left in the game. Null was 24 of 29 for 253 yards and 3 TD's in the game. Passing was the only thing Connecticut could do as the San Jose defense stuffed Connecticut's running game all day for a total of -1 yards. San Jose had previously taken the lead after trailing 16-10 earlier in the 4th quarter. HB John Clay was on his way to Gold Cup MVP as he ran 30 times for 138 yards and a TD while catching 9 passes for 88 yards and a receiving TD. San Jose controlled the ball against Connecticut as well, only losing it in the final moments.


 

 
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NEED SOME HELP WITH TEAM PROFILES????

Since you all don't have the game, and perhaps need some help with what a Dallas Offensive Profile does, or a Bears Defensive Profile really does, I have supplied some examples of what would happen if I ran the NFL teams and what the numbers would be.

Basically, ran 3 seasons using the NFL96 teams... runs 1 and 2 had no injury's set, while run 3 did. Also, season 3, I updated the recordbook on a weekly basis.Use these tools to your advantage. CLICK HERE to view.

PPP Document and Game Plans

Cannot confirm what the difference is between FBPro97 and FBPro98, but here is in PDF Format a document describing what each plan uses. Click here to download. Also, here is the breakdown of the formations. Click here to download. Thanks TC as always.

Here is a Game Plan document, courtesy of the FWL. Click here to download.

Playoffs - Wild Card Round
Honolulu @ San Jose
Connecticut @ Chesapeake
Detroit @ Bismarck
Springfield @ Pittsburgh
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