SCPC Season II Update, Sunday, February 9, 2014

SCPC Weekly Update

Week 23

Sunday, February 2nd thru Saturday, February 8th, 2014

SCPC Season II Official Stats:

20 new games this week

18 new teams this week

1 new owner/coaches this week

No new Guest Coaches this week

250 total games,  215 different teams, 13 owners/coaches, 3 Guest Coaches

0 teams eliminated from bowl eligibility

8 bowl eligible teams (six or more wins)

2 five win team still alive

6 four win team still alive

20 weeks 2 days remaining

Week 23 in the SCPC’s second season was a big one.  Twenty new games this week is a Season II high, passing the previous busiest week, 13, by three games.  What put this week over the top?  That’s easy.  Mike Velikey and his North Jersey Legends Miniature Football League are back up and running.  It’s awesome to have you back Mike.  We missed your Super Bowl tournaments, and great game write-ups on the forum.  It will be fun to watch Mike’s teams begin to climb up the rankings in the coming weeks.

The Legends II Tournament out of the CAPEF rolled on.  The Rams defeated the 49ers 21 – 13, but went on to loss to the division champion Colts (The Rams/49ers game was played earlier, but not entered till this week.).

I current games the Steelers crushed the Saints 21 – 17, but then lost to the Cardinals 28 – 17.

The Cards will now face the top seeded Browns for the Century Division title.

Charles’s Packers are still in the top ten, but are already out of this current tournament.  The Lions knocked the Packers out, and are the highest ranked CAPEF team still playing, but things are just getting rolling in the Legends II tournament.  Somebody will rise up.  Who?

NMEFL teams were very busy this week and are now dominating the rankings with five teams in the top ten, four of whom are in the top five.  On the field this week USC defeated Hawaii 22 – 21, ASU was ten better than the Ducks 27 – 17,  Colorado won over Stanford 27 – 21, UCLA took care of Arizona 24 – 10, Washington doubled up Cal 26 – 13, as did Michigan, 24 – 12 over Penn State.

Michigan sits at # 2 now with UCLA, Washington, and USC right behind them in the three, four, and five spots.  One of these teams will catch LeMay’s top ranked Raiders.  It’s just a matter of time and which one.  I predict the Wolverines will begin to fall as they are now seeing fewer QWBP as a result of playing other Big Ten teams who have not played very many games.  Whoever comes out on top out west will be a factor in both the Unlimited Division and the National Championship chase.

Two more WMLMF games this week saw the Toxic Waste waste (too easy) the Flaming Fairies 42 – 28.  The Fairies prefer spankings to being wasted, but both are nice too (risky).  One of Al’s most popular and consistent teams, That 70’s Rams Team went into South Park and tipped the Cows over 49 – 28.  Al’s Rams players are great performers in his fantasy league fantasy league.  Stan, the Cows’ QB was top dog last year, but is really just being a complete misfit this year.

That 70’s Rams are now the WMLMF’s top ranked team at # 15, and may be the league’s best shot at SCPCBCS glory.  The Cadavers are undefeated at 4 – 0, but have really played no one of consequence and will likely falter when they face the top teams.  The Mennonites and Killer Bees are both teams to keep an eye on as well.

*Al already has the first two games of week 24 entered.

Dirty Bird Electric Football suffered a rare and stunning loss by an Atlanta Falcons team.  The 1972 Dirty Birds weren’t quite dirty enough in a 33 – 27 loss to the 2012 Redskins.

The ‘72 Falcons are now 2 – 1.  The 2012 DB’s are still ranked in the top ten.  With just one more SCPC game available they will need the teams they’ve defeated to start playing and winning games to have chance in the Box Stock Division that LeMay’s # 1 Raiders currently lead.

That brings us to Mike Velikey and the NJLMFL.  All 3.3 Box Stock teams are now on high alert.  With eight games already in it’s just a matter of time until some of Mike Legends are knocking on the door of the top ten.  This young man can crank out solitaire games in a hurry, and the winners of his incredible Super Bowl tournaments are always near the top of the rankings.  In NJLMFL action this week it was: Baltimore 15 Houston 13, Virginia 24 Cleveland 7, Miami 31 Denver 10, New Jersey 14 Buffalo 13, San Francisco 17 Montreal 9, Arizona 13 Memphis 10, Charleston 13 Dallas 10 OT, and Daytona 9 Columbus 6.  Daytona defeating Columbus is a major upset.  Columbus was the defending NJLMFL Champions and finished SCPC Season I ranked # 17.

There you have it.  Sorry this one is a few days late.  I’ll have to be on my toes to keep up now.  There is a buzz in the air and I sense big things coming in the SCPC.

Here’s the week’s top ten.

Rank

Team Name

Owner

Record

SCPC

Total

Last Week

1

Oakland Raiders – CL

Chris LeMay

7-1-3

98

1

2

Michigan Wolverines – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

6-1-0

78

2

3

UCLA Bruins – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

7-0-0

69

4

4

Washington Huskies – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

7-0-0

62

8

5

USC Trojans – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

6-1-0

60

Not in top ten

6

2012 Atlanta Falcons – AM

Andy McLaughlin

8-1-0

59

3

7

Colorado Buffaloes – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

7-0-0

59

Not in top ten

8

Birmingham Americans – CL

Chris LeMay

4-2-1

58

5

9

Green Bay Packers – CA

Charles Angell

6-1-0

56

6

10

Green Bay Packers – CL

Chris LeMay

4-2-0

55

7

Dropped Out: Houston Oilers & Florida Blazers (CL)

On the Move: That 70’s Rams Team (AD), All 68 NJLMFL teams

NJLMFL Stadium

NJLMFL Stadium

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