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Football » History of the National Football Association - 1974-75 Season » 5/10/2021 10:53 pm

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Name: Caleb Stevenson
Age: 50
A Short Bio: Founder and Owner of Stevenson's, a Yonkers, NY-based chain of supermarkets, with stores throughout the Northeastern United States.
Favorite Team: New York Cannons

1. New York: The Big Apple is certainly big enough for 2 NFA teams. So why not give the Cannons a crosstown rival? Possible team name would be the Dutchmen, after Dutch settlers who originally established what is now New York City in 1624 as "New Amsterdam".

2. San Diego: America's Finest City is definitely a worthy market for expansion. We could see this team establish a 3-way rivalry for Golden State supremacy with the Tigers and Whales. Possible team name would be Silverbacks, named for the silverback gorilla.

3. New Orleans: The Crescent City would surely give the NFA some added presence in the South. Don't be surprised if they bring back the Revelers name as a possible identity for the new team.

4. Portland
5. Kansas City
6. Hartford
7. Tampa-St. Petersburg
8. San Antonio


 

Football » North American Association of Football - NAAF » 4/24/2021 7:21 pm

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So just like that, Long Island goes from McCallister Cup Champions to dead last in the West Division at 2-10 in a span of 4 years? Are they becoming the Hartford Hawks again?

Also, it is sure a sad end to the Athletics' Worcester era, seeing them go a combined 1-23 in 2 seasons. But I think you can blame Chester Paul for the reason why the Athletics are moving to Halifax. He took over the team after his dad passed away and basically ruined them, even going so far as starting the fire that burned down their home stadium! But with that said, it'll be interesting if the Athletics leave their team name and history in Worcester and start over fresh with a rebrand. Plus, I highly doubt the league will be going back to Worcester anytime soon.

Football » North American Association of Football - NAAF » 3/08/2021 2:52 pm

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No chance that the league will return to Hartford, CT?

Football » NFL-PCFL Simulation » 2/16/2021 11:59 am

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And finally... Big Blue's championship drought is over!

Football » History of the National Football Association - 1974-75 Season » 12/12/2020 3:13 pm

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MyTeamIsDr.Pepper wrote:

Rugrat wrote:

Nice to see the Bulldogs go south! I hope this expands the NFA's reach to new places. As for the stadium name, I would prefer MLK Memorial Stadium, but Crain can do whatever he wants. BTW, will the Bulldogs move to the South Division or will they stay in the East?

They'll be staying in the Northeast. The NFA hasn't ever mixed up divisions for a relocation (Both of the Tigers relocations and the Ironmen's relocation to Milwaukee.)
The name of the Stadium will likely be whichever y'all prefer, I've had MLK Memorial Stadium saved for this for a while. His assasination was just the year prior too.

It would make more sense to move Atlanta to the South. This would mean that Cincinnati would move to the North, and Pittsburgh to the Northeast, which, BTW, should just be called the East.

Football » History of the National Football Association - 1974-75 Season » 12/09/2020 2:12 pm

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Name: Titus Jacobs
Favorite Team: New York Cannons
Should the Bulldogs Relocate?: Yes
Your Reasoning Why: Simply put, Baltimore has given up on the Bulldogs. Bay Stadium is very outdated and the city is unwilling to give the Bulldogs' ownership what they want. Also, Baltimore -- and pretty much the entire State of Maryland, for that matter -- is basically Washington Pirates territory due to that team's history of success. With that said, the Bulldogs relocation to Atlanta will give the team an opportunity to start over from the ground up. Additionally, the NFA should be able to gain a more established presence in the Southern markets with this move.

General Discussion » Your Team Allegiance! » 12/07/2020 10:25 am

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Football: New York Giants
Baseball: New York Mets (NL) and New York Yankees (AL)
Basketball: Brooklyn Nets
Hockey: I don't really watch a lot of hockey, but I would say New York Rangers
Soccer: New York City FC

Football » NFL-PCFL Simulation » 12/06/2020 1:02 pm

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My New York Giants going 0-15-1? Have they essentially become this timeline's version of the Detroit Lions?

Football » History of the National Football Association - 1974-75 Season » 11/18/2020 10:34 am

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So Minneapolis pulls a reverse Dallas Cowboys by going with blue at home

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