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MatchupsEdit

Monsters @ Ninjas

Aardvarks @ Cherubs

Outlaws @ 'Mericans

Monsters @ NinjasEdit

Final ScoreEdit

Team         1      2     3     4     =

Monsters   0      3     7    10   20

Ninjas        7      2    10    0   19

Monsters StatsEdit

O'Connell: 28/41, 288 YDS, 1 TD, 1 INT

Grosse: 19 Carries, 69 YDS

McNally: 4 Carries, 28 YDS, 1 TD

Morrissey: 10 REC, 111 YDS

Westmore: 7 REC, 71 YDS, 1 TD

Masters: 6 REC, 56 YDS

Fox: 1 REC, 14 YDS

Moss: 2 REC, 15 YDS

Stuart: 1 REC, 11 YDS

Burrier: 2 Tackles

Petty: 3 Tackles, 1 FF

Ratliff: 1 FR

Ball: 3.5 Tackles, 1.5 Sacks, 1 FF

Wolfe: 3 Tackles, 2 Sacks

Barbosa: 2.5 Tackles, .5 Sacks

Peck: 4 Tackles

Curry: 2 Tackles, 1 FR

Middleton: 1 Tackle

Bostic: 4 Tackles

Christenson: 1 Tackle

Underwood: 4 Tackles

Bacon: 2 Tackles

Ninjas StatsEdit

Southman-Jordan: 26/39, 293 YDS, 1 TD, 1 FUMB; 3 Carries, 24 YDS

Johnson: 15 Carries, 62 YDS, 1 TD

Glenn: 7 Carries, 30 YDS, 1 FUMB

Sandoz: 8 REC, 89 YDS

Gibson: 9 REC, 95 YDS, 1 TD

Richardson: 2 REC, 29 YDS

Wilson: 5 REC, 54 YDS

Jenkins: 2 REC, 26 YDS

Jolly: 2 Tackles, 1 Sack

Roslin: 2 Tackles

Wheatley: 3 Tackles

Willis: 1 Tackle

Bateman: 4 Tackles, 1 Sack, 1 SAFETY

Tubbs: 2 Tackles, 1 Sack

Dowdy: 1 Tackle

Cunningham: 3 Tackles, 2 Sack

Horton: 1.5 Tackles

Quick: .5 Tackles

Harden: 2 Tackles

Iverson: 1 Tackle

Jarvis: 5 Tackles

Lawson: 1 Tackle, INT

SummaryEdit

Three Stars:Edit

  1. COby O'Connell, Monsters QB
  2. Maurice Bateman, Ninjas OLB
  3. Allan Ball, Monsters DT

Game SummaryEdit

NAGASAKI, JAPAN--The Monsters started their 3 game road streak to end their season, as the Ninjas started their 3 game home streak to end the season. Monsters fans, especially new fans from Miami, as there are no more regular season games remaining on the beachfront Monsters Stadium (located on the sea of Tranquility). Ninjas fans also are preparing for a move, this one to the Minneapolis/St. Paul area.

The Ninjas took the early lead with a 21 yard touchdown reception from Shayne Southman-Jordan to Tyler Gibson. This was followed by a Rowan Lawson interception of Coby O'Connell. The ensuing Ninjas' drive endied suddenly when Allan Ball delivered a jawdropping hit on Bryan Glenn, causing him to fumble and miss the rest of the quarter.

The second quarter was somewhat uneventful, with the Monsters and Ninjas each going three and out twice to begin the quarter. The Ninjas second punt was downed at the Monsters' 3 yard line, and Maurice Bateman managed to find a gap between Ronnie Goodwin and Owen Anderson and sack O'Connell two yards behind the goal line for a safety. After one first down by Jackson Payne's Ninjas, they punted again rather than going for a fourth and 1. O'Connell came back with a drive that ended in a field goal with 5 second left in the first half.

The Monsters received in the second half, and began with a Coby O'Connell classic drive. O'Connell connected with Morrissey and others to cash in with a key pass to Reshard Westmore. Ninjas came right back with a quick drive ending with a Colby Johnson 8 yard touchdown run. The Monsters had to punt in their next drive, and the Ninjas brought their next drive to a 39 yard field goal, taking the lead, 19-10.

The fourth quarter began with the Monsters with possession. Coby O'Connell only was able to bring the ball to the 11 yard line, and the Monsters had to settle for a 30 yard field goal. The Ninjas drove up the field, But Devin Petty sacked Southman-Jordan as he was scrambling, and the ball came loose and Jared Ratliff fell on it. This resulted in a game winning, Coby O'Connell clutch drive, that ended with a game winning Zach McNally 15 yard rush, as the Monsters won by one point, 20-19. Indirectly, by the Monsters winning, the Cherubs have likely clinched a playoff spot, unless they lose every game from now on, the Aardvarks win every game from now on, and the Ninjas have the tiebreaker over the Cherubs.

Aardvarks @ CherubsEdit

Final ScoreEdit

Team          1     2     3     4     =

Aardvarks   3     3    14   14   34

Cherubs      7   14     0     0   21

Aardvarks StatsEdit

Diehl: 25/39, 279 YDS, 1 TD, 1 INT; 2 Carries, 13 YDS, 1 RUSH TD

Willington: 26 Carries, 155 YDS, 2 TD

Kane: 7 REC, 78 YDS

Jansen: 5 REC, 52 YDS

Madrigal: 5 REC, 54 YDS, 1 TD

Thomas: 4 REC, 40 YDS 

Taylor: 1 REC, 18 YDS

Dietrich: 3 REC, 37 YDS

Nielson: 2.5 Tackles, .5 Sacks, 1 FR

Robertson: .5 Tackles, .5 Sacks

Clarke: 2 Tackles, 2 Sacks, 1 FF

O'Keefe: 3.5 Tackles, 1 Sack

Wooden: 2 Tackles

Cates: .5 Tackles

Jordan: 2 Tackles, 1 Sack

St. John: 2 Tackles

Scarborough: 1 Tackle, 1 INT

Ndaye: 2 Tackles, 1 FF

Keller: 2 Tackles

Bishop: 3 Tackles, FR

Bergman: 1 INT

Starks: 1 Tackle

Cherubs StatsEdit

Berlin: 32/42, 348 YDS, 3 TDS, 2 INT

Lehman: 19 Carries, 88 YDS, 1 FUMB

Billings: 3 Carries, 15 YDS

Paquette: 11 REC, 128 YDS, 1 TD

Sprague: 4 REC, 39 YDS

Justice: 3 REC, 30 YDS

Hatcher: 9 REC, 95 YDS, 1 TD, 1 FUMB

Cosby: 5 REC, 56 YDS, 1 TD

Abbott: 1 Tackle, 1 Sack

Lyles: 3 Tackles, 2 Sacks

Reyes: 2 Tackles

Bruno: 2 Tackles

Bell: 1 Tackle

Pollack: 2 Tackles

Burdict: 1.5 Tackles, .5 Sacks

Richardson: 1 Tackle

Dost: 5 Tackles

Cox: 1.5 Tackles, .5 Sacks

Jones: 1 Tackle, 1 INT

Hairston: 2 Tackles

Haslam: 1 Tackle

Beverly: 3 Tackles

Moleman: 1 Tackle

SummaryEdit

Three Stars of the Game:

  1. Casper Willington, Aardvarks RB
  2. Dante Paquette, Cherubs WR
  3. Ezekiel Clarke, Aardvarks DT

Recap:

The Aardvarks rekindle their playoff hopes with a 34-21 win over the Cherubs. The Aardvarks had an amazing second half with 28 unanswered points to come back from a 15 point deficit. The Aardvarks won mostly due to the amazing performance of Casper Willington, who had 155 yards and two touchdowns. They also won due to the 3 turnovers by their secondary and 4 turnovers forced by their whole defense. The Cherubs are now tied for first with the Monsters, after a six game winning streak by the monsters and a two game losing streak by the Cherubs.

Outlaws @ 'MericansEdit

Final ScoreEdit

Team        1     2     3     4     =

Outlaws    0     7     7     3    17

'Mericans  3     3     0     3     9

Outlaws StatsEdit

Boyce: 30/42, 319 YDS, 2 TD, 1 FUMB, 1 INT

Flaherty: 23 Carries, 77 YDS

Rivera: 4 Carries, 15 YDS

O'Brien: 9 REC, 90 YDS

Strickland: 5 REC, 59 YDS

Strauss: 9 REC, 100 YDS, 2 TD

Purcell: 6 REC, 62 YDS

Shirley: 1 REC, 8 YDS

Zuniga: 2 Tackles, 2 Sacks, 1 FF

Sanchez: 1 FR

Britton: 3 Tackles, 1 Sack

Lockner: 1 Tackle

Foster: .5 Tackles

Acho: 1 Tackle

Stover: .5 Tackles

Isbell: 2 Tackles

Upchurch: 1 Tackle

Florence: 1 Tackle

Thurman: 2 Tackles, 1 Sack

Young: 2 Tackles

Carson: 1 Tackle

Crawford: 2 Tackles

'Mericans StatsEdit

Paris: 19/40, 208 YDS, 1 FUMB

Perry: 18 Carries, 55 YDS

Boomer: 6 Carries, 25 YDS

Simpkins: 9 REC, 89 YDS

Bush: 2 REC, 20 YDS

Gerber: 5 REC, 58 YDS

Schuster: 3 REC, 41 YDS

Webber: 1.5 Tackles, 1 FR

Gebrezghi: 4 Tackles, 1 Sack, 1 FF

Jamison: 1 Tackle

Alford: .5 Tackles

Walker: 1.5 Tackles

Withers: 2 Tackles, 1 Sack

Masters: 2 Tackles

Harper: .5 Tackles

Tillman: 2 Tackles

Brenner: 3 Tackles

Early: 2 Tackles

Hamilton: 2 Tackles, 1 INT

Jenkins: 2 Tackles

Bonds: 2.5 Tackles

Sky: 1.5 Tackles

West: 1 Tackle

SummaryEdit

3 Stars:

  1. Kwame Gebrezghi, 'Mericans DT
  2. Gavin Strauss, Outlaws TE
  3. Damon Boyce, Outlaws QB

Recap:

In a game that meant nothing toward the playoffs, the Outlaws managed to stay ahead for a 17-9 victory over the 'Mericans. The 'Mericans did not start their usual quarterback or runningback, giving the nod to backups Matt Paris and Shane Perry. The 'Mericans looked as though they were tanking, and were successful, as they have now secured the #1 overall pick in the draft. The Outlaws can still get up to a 5-7 record, which is respectable.

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