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Football » North American Association of Football - NAAF » Today 8:09 am

ItDoesntMatter
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Rugrat wrote:

Kingsfan11 wrote:

Great game for the Blue Wings even if it ended in defeat. Also, I've officially switched allegiance from Montreal to Buffalo. Go Wings Go.

Clear Bandwagon LMAO

I bandwagoned ur mom last night

AltLB » AltLB Season - 2022 » Today 12:12 am

Dan O'Mac
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Another week, another week with the Turtles at the top. Reclaiming their spot at the lowly 24 spot is the Toronto Talons. Maybe using a different lineup every day will help them. The big mover up is the Minnesota Gemini, who jumped up 7 spots. Moving the most in the opposite direction were the Montreal Saints, who dropped 5 spots this week.

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Football » North American Association of Football - NAAF » Yesterday 10:36 pm

Rugrat
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Thehealthiestscratch wrote:

Rugrat wrote:

Kingsfan11 wrote:

Great game for the Blue Wings even if it ended in defeat. Also, I've officially switched allegiance from Montreal to Buffalo. Go Wings Go.

Clear Bandwagon LMAO

 
True or false, why does someone’s alliance to a certain team that plays in a niche fictional sim story matter enough to make that accusation or any targeted accusation at all? Why not just let them enjoy this charming project in any way they find fit?

I was just giving him crap.

Football » North American Association of Football - NAAF » Yesterday 9:30 pm

Rugrat wrote:

Kingsfan11 wrote:

Great game for the Blue Wings even if it ended in defeat. Also, I've officially switched allegiance from Montreal to Buffalo. Go Wings Go.

Clear Bandwagon LMAO

 
True or false, why does someone’s alliance to a certain team that plays in a niche fictional sim story matter enough to make that accusation or any targeted accusation at all? Why not just let them enjoy this charming project in any way they find fit?

Football » North American Association of Football - NAAF » Yesterday 9:03 pm

Kingsfan11
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Rugrat wrote:

Kingsfan11 wrote:

Great game for the Blue Wings even if it ended in defeat. Also, I've officially switched allegiance from Montreal to Buffalo. Go Wings Go.

Clear Bandwagon LMAO

What do you mean bandwagon, I've supported Buffalo ever since my boy Charles Lemieux took over as the starting QB. I didn't show it on my sig because I didn't have a way to showcase that I supported both Montreal and Buffalo. I'll still cheer for the Rouge but Buffalo's my main team now.

Football » North American Association of Football - NAAF » Yesterday 8:47 pm

Rugrat
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Kingsfan11 wrote:

Great game for the Blue Wings even if it ended in defeat. Also, I've officially switched allegiance from Montreal to Buffalo. Go Wings Go.

Clear Bandwagon LMAO

Football » North American Association of Football - NAAF » Yesterday 5:25 pm

Kingsfan11
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Great game for the Blue Wings even if it ended in defeat. Also, I've officially switched allegiance from Montreal to Buffalo. Go Wings Go.

Football » North American Association of Football - NAAF » Yesterday 5:03 pm

Wallflower
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Fresh off the grill, it's week 2 baby!

1968 Week 2
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Roster Moves
BUF: TE Jean-Pierre Beaumont - Active Roster -> Injured Reserve
BUF: TE Preston Lambert - Free Agent -> Active Roster
LI: DL Abraham Evans Jr. - Active Roster -> Injured Reserve
LI: DL Jim Kennedy - Reserve List -> Active Roster

Long Island Raiders - 18, Louisville Thunder - 24 - Long Island Stadium - June 28, 1968 - 7 PM ET - FNF - Weather: Cloudy
1st Q
0-7 LOU - PTD QB Buck Murphy -> WR Carter Henderson
2nd Q
1-7 LI - Single K Henderson Schumacher
1-14 LOU - PTD QB Buck Murphy -> WR Casey Coleman
4-14 LI - FG K Henderson Schumacher
3rd Q
4-21 LOU - PTD QB Buck Murphy -> WR Casey Coleman
11-21 LI - RTD RB Dareion Fields
4th Q
11-24 LOU - FG K Frank Hughes
18-24 LI - PTD QB Ivan Sanchez -> WR Otto Washington

QB Buck Murphy bounced back from a rough week 1, starting the game off with a touchdown throw to WR Carter Henderson.
QB Ivan Sanchez was not as lucky for the Raiders, throwing an interception in the opening quarter.
Louisville was lucky to have two elite WRs as Casey Coleman shined in the absence of WR Lloyd Lane, scoring a pair of touchdowns to give them a 4-21 lead.
Sanchez would continue to struggle, with several incompletions, as well as a 2nd interception, however, definitely on TE Andrew Matthias for having hands like butter, luckily his own defence did get that pick right back.
Sanchez would recover in the second half to lead the Raiders on a comeback campaign but ran out of time.

Indiana Victors - 28, Pittsburgh Blacksmiths - 13 - Victory Stadium - June 29, 1968 - 3 PM ET - Weather: Clear
1st Q
0-3 PIT - FG K Al Highlander
2nd Q
7-3 IND - PTD QB Tom

Football » North American Association of Football - NAAF » Yesterday 10:27 am

RaysUp
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Wow, I was a little concerned  about HFX opening the season against Louisville, guess I needn’t have been. What a start!

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