Wow! What a week in the PFC! We had three games decided by 0.7, 0.6, and 0.1. A new team ascended to the number-one position in the standings and got new uniforms along the way as well. Aaron Gray's Great Plains Drifters look like the class of the league in more ways than one. Week eight previews after the jump.
We're now halfway through the season, and teams are starting to separate themselves from the pack. We have a new number one this week as Pyle's Lucky Enuf squad is joined at the top of the standings by Henderson's DARC NARCS. Week eight analysis after the jump.
Last week brought forth a few close games, some that were closer than they should have been. The Rebel Alliance won by four points on Monday Night Football; the hero that saved their team from losing to the Sawtooths was David Johnson who the Rebel Alliance acquired in an earlier trade this year. The Rebels have now won four straight after starting out 0-3. The second closest game was the Cocks who came up eleven points shy of beating the Redlegs. The playoff race is basically going to come down to a point differential, there are a lot of teams that are hanging out near the cut off line of the playoffs. The playoffs are five weeks away. It should prove to be interesting going down the stretch. Here are the week seven results. Week eight analysis after the jump.
Aaron Gray's Great Plains Drifters finally have a logo and uniforms. They're based on the old High Plains Drifter movie. Gray chose number eight because his son was born in 2008.
This week's preview will short and sweet. First, let's see what happened in week six. Week seven analysis is after the jump.
Head on over to the record book to view your all-time head-to-head record against any current NFC manager. This is current through the 2014 season and includes playoff matchups. Fun fact: Finch is 1-7-1 all-time versus Morgan. After this season, I'll update the NFC records and compile a table for the AFC and PFC.
With six weeks behind us, the playoff picture is beginning to take shape. As much as I hate to say it, it doesn't look like it includes my 'Mericans or Duffy's Hangovers (Cliburn-Duffy playoff games are the best). Conversely, it would take a catastrophic turn of events for Leal to miss the playoffs. His Nobodies are 5-1 and in first place. That alone should give them a playoff spot even if they go 3-4 down the stretch. Note, however, that Leal has the easiest strength of schedule so far. He may get the first or second seed but not have the look of a team poised to win it all. Let's see how they perform over the rest of the regular season. More analysis and uniform matchups after the jump.