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Aug 21 2017, 12:00 PM
Ready for Grading, 624 Words

Season 1 was great for Robert Phelps of the Orange County Otters, right up until the end he led the league in receiving yards and he ended the season with 84 receptions. Now that we are in season 2, Phelps continues to impress, he has surpassed the record for most receiving yards, that was held by Josh Garden and there are still 2 games remaining in the season. Let's take a look at his numbers from last season and this one for a quick comparison:

Season 1:

Phelps, R.
GP: 14
Receptions: 84
Receiving Yards: 1142
Average Yards per Reception: 13.6
Longest Reception: 39
Touchdowns: 3

Season 2:

Phelps, R.
GP: 12
Receptions: 73
Receiving Yards: 1211
Average Yards per Reception: 16.6
Longest Reception: 42
Touchdowns: 5

As you can see, Phelps has already surpassed all of his own results from last season with the exception of Receptions. With 2 games remaining and Phelps receiving approximately 6 per game, he should be able to pass his previous total of 84, but it will be close. Let's take a look at his averages and guess at where he will end the season:

Projected Season Stats for Season 2:

Phelps, R.
GP: 14
Receptions: 85
Receiving Yards: 1412
Average Yards per Reception: 16.6
Longest Reception: 42
Touchdowns: 6

Based on this season's stats so far, we expect Phelps to add another 12 receptions, 201 yards, and 1 touchdown to his already impressive stats. If he is able to pull this off, he will be setting the bar for next seasons wide receivers. The only concerning part of these numbers is the touchdowns. 6 touchdowns is good, and definitely an improvement over last season where Phelps finished with only 3, but it is still a step below a few others in the league. The current league leader in touchdowns for a WR is Stormblessed with 8 touchdowns on the season. Phelps likely won't end the season with more than 7, but I believe all the other stats will show that Phelps has been the best receiver of this season.

Next, we will analyze Phelps' player build and see if we can figure out what exactly has made him a top performer in the league:

(MAX: 70) Strength: 51
(MAX: 90) Agility: 80
(MAX: 25) Arm: 1
(MAX: 90) Intelligence: 55
(MAX: 25) Throwing Accuracy: 1
(MAX: 35) Tackling: 22
(MAX: 90) Speed: 86 6/10
(MAX: 100) Hands: 80
(MAX: 35) Pass Blocking: 22
(MAX: 35) Run Blocking: 22
(MAX: 100) Endurance: 71
(MAX: 25) Kick Power: 1
(MAX: 25) Kick Accuracy: 1

Taking a look at Phelps' build, it's hard to tell what has set Phelps above other receivers in the league. His speed is pretty good at 86, but there are faster receivers out there. His hands are among one of the best in the league at 80, but a difference of a couple points over the competition shouldn't be affecting his completion rate to the point that he would absolutely be on top. One other thing that stands out is Phelps' strength. Many of the WRs in the league have low strength, perhaps this is helping Phelps get better positioning for these catches. The other area to look at is his agility. Clearly this was the biggest improvement over last season, where his agility was around 70 the entire season. It's clear that increasing it to 80 has paid dividends for this receiver, but again, he isn't the highest agility guy out there either. Perhaps it's just the well rounded build that is causing Phelps to lead the league. With what we've seen so far, you can expect Phelps to finish the season holding the most receptions and receiving yards records for the league.

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Jul 21 2017, 10:52 AM
628 Words - Ready for Grading

Robert Phelps had a pretty spectacular season in the NSFL, even if it was overshadowed by his loss of the receiving yard race in the last week of the season. Phelps has managed to move into the top rankings of wide receivers in this league despite being a low ranked option at the S1 draft. Phelps was drafted in the 12th round of the innagural draft of the NSFL, 73rd overall. We managed to catch up with Phelps as he was doing his off season training to ask a few questions.

Reporter: Hi Robert, thanks for taking the time out of your day to talk with us.

Phelps: Happy to be here, and to take a bit of a breather.

Reporter: First I wanted to ask about the NSFL expansion draft, what did you think of it and how do you think it affects you and the otters?

Phelps: I was not a fan of it. I felt like the competition in the league was great last season and I think we could have gotten by adding just one more team. Now we ended up losing some great players who were good friends of mine and the entire league was shooken up by all the changes to rosters because of the expansion. I was glad to be protected so I didn't have to worry about where I was going to have to move to, but I felt bad for my teammates who were exposed. I actually tried to avoid watching it, but I did get some good bye texts from those who got taken. It was a sad day for me. Since then I've just been focusing on training and getting ready for season 2.

Reporter: What has been your main focus with your training this off-season?

Phelps: I've worked on a few things, I've been trying to get faster and stronger, but I've also worked a bit on horizontal movement. My trainer thinks that my straight line running is getting to a point that it should be good enough to out run most, but being able to deke around them is something I need work on. So I'm trying some new exercises and working on that.

Reporter: Are you looking forward to starting your next season?

Phelps: Absolutely. This off-season has been way too long and I'm ready to get back at it.

Reporter: You and Bradley Westfield seemed pretty close last season, are you glad to be back on the same team again?

Phelps: Westy is a fantastic teammate. I think my production last season overshadowed his great season, but he was quick to rub his touch down numbers in my face. We keep each other competitive but are great buds at the same time, so it works out really well. I can't wait to get back on the field along side Westy and start catching some balls together.

Reporter: What are your goals for the season?

Phelps: Honestly I've had such a great run in this league so far, I just want to stay near the top. I was bitter about losing the receiving yards race to Josh Garden, but he had an incredible season and looking back on it now I know that I did too. Props to him improving his game to pass me at the end there. I would love to be on top of the receivers in catches again and to pass them in other categories, but mostly I just want to stay high on people's list of great receivers. I'm proud of what I've done, but it's only the beginning. I will continue to get better and better, but this season people will expect it a bit more.

Reporter: Thanks again for your time today.

Phelps: Thanks for having me.

Jul 17 2017, 09:53 AM

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Jun 26 2017, 09:49 PM
Phelps is lost in the forest and Westfield is out looking for him, stay tuned for the next episode of broke-otter mountain.

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