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Old September 12th, 2007, 05:12 PM   #1
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The Parkwood Predators started the season 1-0 for the 2nd time in three years. The Predators have won 4 straight regular season games dating back to last season, a team record. Tony Romo's 42.8 points was the highest QB score in team history, surpassing Romo's own team record of 39.3 points in week 12 last season. It was also the second highest QB score in SAC'D history, behind only Drew Brees' 44.35 points in week 14 last season. Lamont Jordan's 30.15 points was the 5th highest RB score in team history. Kirk Morrison's 22.75 points was the 6th highest LB score in team history. The Predators won their 10th Tillman Division game, improving to 10-3 lifetime within the Division, and are the first team in SAC'D to win 10 divisional games (the Vibe and Insects failed to match this record by losing this week).

The Crestone Needles started the season 0-1 for the first time in team history. Their 129.65 points was the lowest score in team history, surpassing their previous worst of 139.3 points in week 2 last season in a loss to the Gunslingers. Marc Bulger's 19.2 points was the 10th highest QB score in team history. Alge Crumpler's 6 points was the 10th highest TE score in team history. Stephen Gostkowksi's 8 points tied the 3rd highest K score in team history. London Fletcher-Baker's 22 points was the 2nd highest LB score in team history.

The Glenside Gunslingers started the season 1-0 for the second consecutive year. Their 180.6 points was the 6th highest score in team history. Peyton Manning's 29.7 points was the 3rd highest QB score in team history, and highest since Brett Favre set the team record of 39.75 in week 4 of the 2005 season. Edgerrin James' 24.7 points was the 9th highest RB score in team history. Randy Moss' 28.8 points was the 3rd highest WR score in team history. David Akers' 9 points tied the 7th highest K score in team history.

The Wallace Clan of Elderslie have started the season 0-1 for both years of their existience. Their 158.3 points was the 9th highest score in team history. Carson Palmer's 22.05 points was the 9th highest QB score in team history. Shaun Alexander's 25.45 points was the 8th highest RB score in team history. Chris Chambers 12.2 points was the 8th highest WR score in team history. Antonio Gates' 21.2 points was the highest TE score in team history, surpassing Tony Gonzales' previous team record of 20.8 points in week 9 last season. Ty Warren's 9 points tied the 6th highest DL score in team history. James Farrior's 15 points tied the 9th highest LB score in team history.

The Bloomington Eco Warriors started the season 0-1 for the second time in team history. Their 131.85 points was the 4th lowest score in team history. Ben Watson's 7.9 points was the 9th highest TE score in team history. Julians Peterson's 26.4 points was the 5th highest LB score in team history.

The Fat Nancies started the season 1-0 in both years of their existience. Their 137.9 points was the lowest score in team history, surpassing their previous worst of 141.1 points in week 11 last season, also a victory. Andre Johnson's 24.7 points was the 2nd highest WR score in team history. Jason Elam's 12 points was the 4th highest K score in team history. Chris Hope passed Adrian Wilson to become the Nancies' all time leading defensive back with 208.95 points in 14 games for a 14.9 average. Wilson had 203.25 points in 12 games for the Nancies for a 16.9 average.

The Disciples of the 36 Chambers started the season 1-0 for the second time in team history. Their 163.15 points tied the 8th lowest score in team history. Joseph Addai's 27.55 points was the 6th highest RB score in team history. Terrell Owens' 22.2 points was the 10th highest WR score in team history. Adam Vinatieri's 11.6 points was the 7th highest K score in team history. The Disciples won their 10th game overall, joining Subzero, Predators, Fat Nancies, Snow Goons, Good Grief, Eco Warriors, Vibe, Bloodsuckers and Floyds as teams to have reached that goal. [Editors note, way to go, it only took the third year for you to reach this goal, joining three teams who were only in the league one year and reached that point. What? The Nittany Dodgers just won their 10th game this week as well? Umm...nevermind...] Tatum Bell passed Chris Brown to become the Disciples second all time leader rusher with 150.7 points in 11 games for a 13.7 average. Brown had 135.5 points in 7 games for a 19.36 average.

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The Bay Area Bloodsuckers started the season 0-1 for the second time in team history. Steve Smith's 23.75 points was the 8th highest WR score in team history. Smith passed Torry Holt to become the all time leading receiver in SAC'D history. Smith has 420.75 points in 23 games for a 18.3 average. Holt has 417.5 points in 26 games for a 16.1 average. Gibril Wilson's 20.5 points was the 7th highest DB score in team history. Wilson passed Kerry Rhodes to become the third all time leading defensive back in SAC'D history. Wilson has 331.55 points in 24 games for a 13.8 average. Rhodes has 321.5 points in 23 games for a 14.0 average. Lofa Tatupu passed Zach Thomas to become the second all time leading linebacker for the Bloodsuckers with 203.95 points in 14 games for a 14.6 average. Thomas had 191 points in 10 games for the Bloodsuckers in 2005.

The Falcon Floyds started the season 1-0 for the first time in team history. Their 226.55 points was the 3rd highest score in team history, and 20th highest score in SAC'D history. Tom Brady's 31.1 points was the 4th highest QB score in team history. Plaxico Burress' 36.4 points was the 4th highest WR score in team history, and 10th highest in league history. Reggie Wayne's 26 points was the 7th highest WR score in team history. Kellen Winslow's 10.3 points was the 8th highest TE score in team history. Patrick Kerney's 13 points was the 9th highest DL score in team history. The Falcon Floyds defeated the Bay Area Bloodsuckers for the first time in their five lifetime meetings. The Falcon Floyds passed Good Grief to become the league leader in lifetime points scored with 5245.35, or 180.9 ppg.

The Nittany Dodgers started the season 1-0 for the second time in team history. Their 208.2 points was the second highest score in team history, behind only their personal best of 210.15 in week 14 of 2005, also a victory over the Valencia Vibe. Lavaranues Coles' 21.4 points was the 4th highest WR score in team history. Antwaan Randel El's 18.65 points was the 8th highest WR score in team history. Dewayne White's 28.4 points was the highest DL score in team history, surpassing Osi Umenyiora's previous team record of 25 in week 12 of the 2005 season. It also was the 4th highest DL score in league history. Kevin Williams' 19.7 points was the 7th highest DL score in team history. Adrian Wilson's 17 points was the 9th highest DB score in team history. As previously mentioned, the Dodgers sadly won their 10th game overall.

The Valencia Vibe started the season 0-1 for the first time in team history. It was only the second loss the Vibe have suffered in the first three weeks of any SAC'D season. Their 198.15 points was the 6th highest score in team history. Jason Witten's 20.6 points was the highest TE score in team history, surpassing Witten's own team record of 18.7 scored in week 12 of the 2005 season. Jason Hanson's 15.2 points was the highest K score in team history, surpassing Josh Scobee's previous team record of 14.1 scored in week 10 of the 2005 season. Julius Peppers passed Michael Strahan to become the second all time leading defensive lineman in SAC'D history. Peppers has 247.5 points in 23 games for a 10.8 average. Strahan has 241 points in 22 games for a 11.0 average. Marvin Harrison passed Steve Smith to become the Vibe's all time leading receiver with 406.9 points in 27 games for a 15.1 average. Smith had 397 points in 22 games for a 18.1 average in 2005-06.

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Old September 12th, 2007, 05:20 PM   #2
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The Parkwood Predators started the season 1-0 for the 2nd time in three years. The Predators have won 4 straight regular season games dating back to last season, a team record. Tony Romo's 42.8 points was the highest QB score in team history, surpassing Romo's own team record of 39.3 points in week 12 last season. It was also the second highest QB score in SAC'D history, behind only Drew Brees' 44.35 points in week 14 last season. Lamont Jordan's 30.15 points was the 5th highest RB score in team history. Kirk Morrison's 22.75 points was the 6th highest LB score in team history. The Predators won their 10th Tillman Division game, improving to 10-3 lifetime within the Division, and are the first team in SAC'D to win 10 divisional games (the Vibe and Insects failed to match this record by losing this week).
Considering I've never won the division, or made the playoffs in SACD, this fact STUNS me!
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Old September 12th, 2007, 05:25 PM   #3
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The Falcon Floyds started the season 1-0 for the first time in team history. Their 226.55 points was the 3rd highest score in team history, and 20th highest score in SAC'D history. Tom Brady's 31.1 points was the 4th highest QB score in team history. Plaxico Burress' 36.4 points was the 4th highest WR score in team history, and 10th highest in league history. Reggie Wayne's 26 points was the 7th highest WR score in team history. Kellen Winslow's 10.3 points was the 8th highest TE score in team history. Patrick Kerney's 13 points was the 9th highest DL score in team history. The Falcon Floyds defeated the Bay Area Bloodsuckers for the first time in their five lifetime meetings. The Falcon Floyds passed Good Grief to become the league leader in lifetime points scored with 5245.35, or 180.9 ppg.

All those Top 10 finishes means death to me.
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Old September 12th, 2007, 05:27 PM   #4
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Old September 12th, 2007, 05:52 PM   #5
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Considering I've never won the division, or made the playoffs in SACD, this fact STUNS me!
Yep, 10-3 within the division and 6-10 against the other two divisions. Since the Tillman is 53-63 lifetime, the White is 60-56 lifetime, and the Thomas is 61-55 lifetime, I think which know which one is the weak division.
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Yep, 10-3 within the division and 6-10 against the other two divisions. Since the Tillman is 53-63 lifetime, the White is 60-56 lifetime, and the Thomas is 61-55 lifetime, I think which know which one is the weak division.
No doubt, the Tillman Division has been the weakling in SACD thus far, but we'll turn things around... starting THIS year!
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Tillman is 53-63
White is 60-56
Thomas is 61-55

This seems like pretty good parity actually. If the Tillman has a strong year this year and hopefully we will this means that all of the divisions could be within a few games of each other. Considering this the third year of the league that does not seem to bad.
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Tillman is 53-63
White is 60-56
Thomas is 61-55

This seems like pretty good parity actually. If the Tillman has a strong year this year and hopefully we will this means that all of the divisions could be within a few games of each other. Considering this the third year of the league that does not seem to bad.
I pointed this out more in jest than anything else. With the pitiful record of my Dodgers, I'm really not in any place to be throwing stones. I was really just hoping to get more of a rise out of Mike, but apparently I failed.
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I pointed this out more in jest than anything else. With the pitiful record of my Dodgers, I'm really not in any place to be throwing stones. I was really just hoping to get more of a rise out of Mike, but apparently I failed.
, nice try. I'm way way way more low key these days!

(my record of mediocrity in SACD is certainly nothing to boast about either)
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