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Dec 29 2017, 10:48 PM
0-50 - costs 1 TPE to go up 1 point
50-70 - costs 2 TPE to go up 1 point
70-80 - costs 5 TPE to go up 1 point
80-90 - costs 10 TPE to go up 1 point
90-100 - costs 15 TPE to go up 1 point

TPE Earned: 5

Player Attributes

Speed (70->71) 5 TPE

TPE Available:
(MAX: 65) Strength: 36
(MAX: 100) Agility: 70
(MAX: 25) Arm: 1
(MAX: 85) Intelligence: 52
(MAX: 25) Throwing Accuracy: 1
(MAX: 70) Tackling: 50
(MAX: 100) Speed: 71
(MAX: 75) Hands: 50
(MAX: 25) Pass Blocking: 1
(MAX: 25) Run Blocking: 1
(MAX: 100) Endurance: 55
(MAX: 25) Kick Power: 1
(MAX: 25) Kick Accuracy: 1

75 Total TPE
Dec 23 2017, 02:09 AM
Player Information

Username: JohnWachter
First Name: Alexander
Last Name: Barclay
Position: CB
College: Ohio State
Birthdate: 11/09/1994
Handedness: Right
Recruited By:
Jersey Number: 21
Height (ft.): 6'2"
Weight (lbs.): 200lbs
Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois
Player Archetype: Man to Man (Eg. Chris Harris Jr., Patrick Peterson)

0-50 - costs 1 TPE to go up 1 point
50-70 - costs 2 TPE to go up 1 point
70-80 - costs 5 TPE to go up 1 point
80-90 - costs 10 TPE to go up 1 point
90-100 - costs 15 TPE to go up 1 point

Player Attributes

TPE Available:
(MAX: 65) Strength: 36
(MAX: 100) Agility: 70
(MAX: 25) Arm: 1
(MAX: 85) Intelligence: 52
(MAX: 25) Throwing Accuracy: 1
(MAX: 70) Tackling: 50
(MAX: 100) Speed: 75
(MAX: 75) Hands: 50
(MAX: 25) Pass Blocking: 1
(MAX: 25) Run Blocking: 1
(MAX: 100) Endurance: 55
(MAX: 25) Kick Power: 1
(MAX: 25) Kick Accuracy: 1
Dec 3 2017, 04:43 PM
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The DSFL's second season has come and gone leaving four teams remaining in a battle for the championship. The season was a fun one, with huge upsets, classic matchups, and surprise teams taking their game to the next level. If you're a fan of watching young players make huge strides throughout a single season, the DSFL is perfect for you. In the end, the four best teams remain, with little controversy. But now the post season begins, and every game has more at stake. Who will rise to the task and stand out, impressing NSFL scouts along the way? Who will fold under the pressure and end their season on a sour note? Who will reign supreme and bring home the DSFL championship? My thoughts below.

Matchup #1 - Norfolk Seawolves (7-6-1) http://i.imgur.com/siNt966.png @ Portland Pythons (11-3) https://i.imgur.com/ajPIy7x.png

The battle for the DSFL West will be played in Portland. After finishing tied for a league worst 5-9 a season ago, new co-gm PDXBaller rebranded the team, much to the chagrin of the rest of the league. He took over the team with a clear goal in mind: establish an elite passing attack and win games; he did both. Picking up Jameis Christ and drafting both John Wachter and Carlito Crush paid dividends, as the Pythons had the best passing attack in the league and the best record overall. All three of their losses came to the reinging champs of the West, the Chicago Blues. Luckily for them, the Blues had a down season and they won't have to face them again.

On the other end of the spectrum, the Norfolk Seawolves make the playoffs for the second straight year. Conall O'Sullivan set the record for longest run (56) and most yards in a season (1383), adding a very respectable eight touchdowns to that total. They also sport one of the two active Qbs in the league in Wolverine Justice, who finished with arguably the third best stat line of anyone at the position.

These two teams met four times this season, with all four wins going to Portland. That said, every game has been close, three of the four were decided by one score, and the largest margin of victory for Portland was only eleven. In the two games in Portland, the Pythons won by a combined score of seven points, meaning anything can happen and one big play can change the whole game.

Prediction: Portland wins a close game. Look at their point spreads to tell the story. The Pythons have scored 254 compared to Norfolk's 223, but the bigger story is a less talked about aspect in the Pythons': The defense is better than expected. The Pythons have only allowed 216 points, good for first in the league. Cameron Taylor was a late pick that really panned out well, and the late-season addition of DT Norman Bagwell could play dividends in helping the Pythons stop Norfolk's best player. Carlito Crush just put up a big update to get to 234 (!) TPE, and WR John Wachter just upped his speed stat by 7 points. Portland was the best team in the regular season and has only gotten better for this week.

Matchup #2 - Tijuana Luchadors (7-7) http://i.imgur.com/f7UBKic.png @ San Antonio Marshalls (7-7) http://i.imgur.com/gjTM85g.png

The battle for the DSFL East will be played in San Antonio. In it's inaugural season, the Marshall's brought home to DSFL championship, and they're looking for a repeat performance in season two. This matchup features the two teams with the highest point totals and the top two rushing attacks in the league. Though the volume stats are similar and the records are identical, these two teams got it done in different ways. The Marshalls used both Jack Stats and Thomas Mango, two of the top four backs in the entire league with opposite play styles. While each of their individual performances were impressive, when you put them together the numbers are absolutely ludicrous. 2100 yards, 19 touchdowns, and the best per carry average in the league helped lead an offense who's best receiving threat had zero touchdowns.

After starting the year 0-5 the Luchadores won seven of their final nine. Much like San Antonio, they have a great rushing attack but one lead by a feature back. Sydney Spinelli was the second best back in the league, leading the entire DSFL with twelve rushing TDs and coming in second for rush yards behind O'Sullivan. Tijuana leaned heavily on their talented back to protect their developing QB Isaac Brown. Brown was improving throughout the season, and finished with a pretty respectable statline. Tijuana also boasts a dangerous defense. Though they gave up a pretty significant amount of points, they also excelled at making big plays. 50 sacks was behind only Portland (55) for the league lead, and their 31 turnovers were the best in the league. They also sport the best kicker in the league, Dean Jackson, who was money all year.

These two teams have played four times throughout the year, splitting the series evenly. Each team won a game in the other's stadium, and both teams held their ground on their own turf. Home field hasn't been the advantage we're used to seeing, and your guess is as good as mine as to who will win this one. For what it's worth, San Antonio beat the Luchadores in Tijuana during week 13, which ultimately won them the division as both teams lost their final game.

Prediction: Flip a coin I guess. My choice is Tijuana for this one, but it truly can go either way. Despite losing their last two, Tijuana just seems hotter, in my gut they feel like the right choice. Here's how to explain it by metrics: Draxel is coming off a historically terrible year for San Antonio. 3 TDs to 23 interceptions is inexcusable, even with the lack of weapons on the outside. He's been a liability for them. Luckily, they have the best rush attack in the league, but they'll be going against a bear in human form in Egor Medved. When push comes to shove, when you go off script, you have to find a way to make plays. If the run game struggles in any way, Draxel will have to find a way to make plays. Brandon Carter was great, he was the second best TE in the league and he WILL move the chains a few times. But on the outside, who's going to get open? Terrell Brister will shut down any receiving options, the front seven, lead by medved, will make life difficult for the run game, and they WILL pressure a QB who's shown poor decision making throughout the year. Isaac Bruce isn't going to put up a ton of points, and the talented secondary led by Greg Fletcher and Darren Morris will ensure points are at a premium. But I think the Luchadores are more well equipted to win a war, and if it comes down to a last second FG there's no one I'd rather have than Dean Jackson

Matchup #3 - Tijuana Luchadores (8-7) http://i.imgur.com/f7UBKic.png @ Portland Pythons (12-3) https://i.imgur.com/ajPIy7x.png

The championship game! No point in running down each team's season at this point since it was covered above, so this section will be a little shorter. These two teams met twice so far: once on week two in Portland, and once on week fourteen in Tijuana. The Pythons won 16-14 and 27-17 respectably. If my predicitions are correct and this is the game that ends the season, it would see the two teams that missed the playoffs a year ago playing for the championship, which says a lot about the parity of the league as a whole. This matchup would see the top ranked passing attack take on the worst passing attack, but would also see the second-best rush attack take on the second worst. The Pythons have the most sacks in the league while surrendering the fewest; the Luchadores have the second-most sacks while allowing the third fewest.

Prediction: The Pythons win the Championship. Call it a homer pick if you want, but this is the team to beat. Best record in the league, all 3 losses to a team not in the playoffs, and key active players with huge updates for the playoffs. The Luchadores will have success, this won't be a blowout, but John Wachter just had a career day against them to end the season, and Crush was beyond solid. Both players got significantly better since then. Terrell Brister is bound for greatness, but with a +7 speed increase from 73 to 80, it'll be even tougher for him to stop Wachter than before. I touched on the addition of Bagwell in the matchup 1 preview, and that remains relevant dor this game as well. The passing attack will be overwhelming for the Luchadore defense, the Pythons will get constant pressure on the still developing Issac Bruce, and the Pythons will simply score more. That said, Spinelli is set to have a big day: in two games against Portland he has 191 yards and four touchdowns. Unfortunately for Tijuana, both Isaac Brown and Spinelli appear to have gone inacitve for the time being, which will be huge for this game. This one will be competitive and fun to watch, but Portland matches up well and should win their first trophy.


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Nov 14 2017, 07:15 PM
Quick Preface: I planned on writing this and having both offense and defense done before the games. I got my days mixed up and see the games are literally going as I write this, so I shortened it to just offense for now. I also condensed WRs and TEs into "Pass catchers" for this because I want to get it done faster since it's irrelevant after today. Next time WRs and TEs will be split. Pretend the week 5/6 games didn't happen, and I'll get the week 8 update in on time and in full.

I saw the games were on right before I started writing the Goose piece, so if you see the inspirtation die right there that's why, hopefully week 8 shows everything I wanted this article to be.

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Through 4 weeks of action, the DSFL is still wide open. The potential for a perfect season ended in week 3, when a (rightful) re-sim of the Por-Chi game changed a win for Portland into a blow out loss. Aside from the winless Luchadors, every team is at .500 or better, making the remainder of the season must-see (Twitch) TV. The defending champion San Antonio Marshalls still appear to be the team to beat. At 3-1 they have both the league's top scoring offense and the most stingy team defense. That said, a Kansas City win this week would make them top dogs in the division, and their #2 scoring offense is no slouch either. In the West, the Pythons are also 3-1, doing so with a -16 point differential (thanks in large part to the Chicago Blues). They get their shot at redemption at home this week, but a repeat loss would lose them the divisional crown. The 2-2 Seawolves round out the week, taking on the Luchadors. Both teams reside in the basement of their divisions currently, but a win for the Seawolves would potentially tie them for first, or move them to second at the very least. The Luchadors, on the other hand, are still looking for their first win. The season is far from over, and a win would be huge for them going forward.

But this list isn't about team performance thus far, it's about each individual's effort and what they've done for the team. Admittedly, a lot of the rankings will be based off of volume stats, but with only 4 games played I feel that's a fair assessment. I also, obviously, am a player for the Pythons, and will do everything to go out of my way of bias. Below is my list of top 5s from each position, with a short description highlighting why they're in their spot on the list.


Quarterback
1. Christian Adams http://i.imgur.com/B7k4poD.png
The Kansas City Coyotes have one of the best, if not the absolute best, passing attacks in the league, and that's primarily due to the talent of Christian Adams. A send down from the NSFL, Adams has enjoyed early success thanks in part to having a huge TPE head start. A gunslinger with a great arm and above average intelligence, Adams leads the league in every stat but TDs, where he's only one behind Jameis Christ. Kansas City has 3 receivers in the top 5 for yardage, but it'll be interesting to see how they close out the season, as their signal caller has already peaked.

2. Jameis Christ https://i.imgur.com/ajPIy7x.png
Remember what you just read about Christian Adams? Pretty much the same deal here. Christ was an NSFL send down, and due to that had one of the highest starting TPE values in the league. He leads the DSFL in touchdowns with 7, he's second in passing yards with 1059, and has the third ranked QBR with 74.7. The problem with Christ's game so far is his number of turnovers, he throws about 2 interceptions per game and leads the league in that category (Here's a hint: that isn't a good stat to lead.) It'll be interesting to see if he rises or falls on the list. Crush and Wachter will progress to help him out, but he himself is remaining stagnant while Wolverine Justice racks up the TPE to bridge the gap.

3. Wolverine Justice http://i.imgur.com/siNt966.png
By the end of the year, I fully expect Justice to top this list. The only reason he isn't there now is that he's a re-create as opposed to a send down, so started with signficantly less TPE. Even with that disadvantage, Justice has impressive stats through the year. He's second in passer rating, ahead of Jameis Christ who had about 2x the TPE to start the year, and he's got the fewest turnovers in the league. Justice and his top target, Kenny Omega, are both active members and should mutually benefit from the progression from one another as the season goes on. This team could be very scary by playoff time.

4. Matt Strike http://i.imgur.com/THor3cX.png
After the top 3 there's a lot jam of not-so-great play. Srike is only connecting on half his passes, and has 4 TDs to 7 INTs. By all means, his stats don't scream top 5, but he's better than the other options left. Seriously, look it up. Later in the year, Strike should be either 5 or just missing the list, so long as Isaac Brown continues to progress, but for now his yardage gets him the #4 spot.

5. Vincent Draxel http://i.imgur.com/gjTM85g.png
San Antonio boasts arguably the best run game and defense in the league. They're first in their division, and tied for first in the league. They have almost everything going for them. Almost. What they lack is a competent pass game. Vincent Draxel is a send down with a little over 100 TPE who will soon be leapfrogged by Isaac Brown, who just missed out on the inaugritory list. With only 2 TDs through 4 games, and three times that many INTs, he only makes the list due to there being 6 total teams with just as many starting QBs. He has a better QBR and percentage than Strike, but less yards and only half the TDs. These guys can flip flop for sure, but the gap between the top 3 and the bottom 2 on this list is massive. With the emergence of Isaac Brown throughout the year, Strike and Draxel's spots could be in jeopardy.

Running Back
1. Sydney Spinelli http://i.imgur.com/f7UBKic.png
Sydney Spinelli is the truth. RB is a position that can be over looked in the league; due to problems with the offensive line throughout the forums and ongoing changes, yards are harder to come by than what you typically see on TV. Finding a franchise caliber RB is rare, yet here Spinelli is proving it can be done. Through 4 games, Sydney is averaging just under 100 ypg, an insane feat never seen before. At this rate, Spinelli will crush the single season record in the DSFL. Spinelli is second in rush yards with 391 and tied for first in TDs with 4. But what stands out to me the most, and what could be an under rated aspect to this player, is his least impressive stat: his longest run. 13 yards, that's it. No big run to inflate the numbers, no trickery on the stat sheet. Spinelli has been consistently impressive, and with big updates to both speed and agility, the numbers could be even more impressive very soon.

2. Conall O'Sullivan http://i.imgur.com/siNt966.png
O'Sullivan has a legitimate claim for the #1 spot on this list. Conall leads the league in both rush yards (422) and TDs (4). O'Sullivan also has a slightly higher YPC than Spinelli and has claim to the longest run in DSFL history with a 56 yard sprint. He's also active, just like Spinelli, with a bright future ahead. So why #2? Well, it may seem stupid to penalize someone for a big play, but the long run of 56 yards effects the stats mightily. Without that run O'Sullivan moves to second in both yards and TDs, and it's not something I can imagine will be replicated. O'Sullivan is still fantastic, and this will be one of the most fun rivalries to watch throughout the year, but someone needed to be considered "Better" than the other, and my personal preference is to go Spinelli at this point in the season. Watch for O'Sullivan to make a bigger difference in the pass game as the year goes on as well

3. and 4. San Antonio's dynamic duo (Thomas Mango and Jack Stats) http://i.imgur.com/gjTM85g.png
This is an interesting pairing. Stats is a send down with under 80 TPE, Mango is a new create with only a little over the starting TPE who's been inactive. The Marshals were likely hoping/are still holding on to the hope that Mango will return to being active to take over the starting role. For now at least, that doesn't appear to be happening. But the Marshal's have adjusted well, forming a great one two punch with the combo of a power and speed back. Due in part to a good O'line, but mostly great scheming, Mango and Stats have put up great numbers. They've split carries completely evenly and are third and fourth in total rush yards. They're also first in second in YPC among backs with more than 11 carries and have combined for 6 TDs on the ground. Time will tell if their numbers hold up to this high standard.

5. John Goose https://i.imgur.com/ajPIy7x.png
While the Goose isn't necessarily loose, he's doing good enough. He only has one TD, but is fifth in rush yards and has been solid at picking up crucial third down conversions. The Pythons are a pass heavy team, but Goose gets enough looks to keep the defense honest. He also sets up Ferrell for success when he rotates in, as he leads the league in YPC by an rb, though he only has 11 total carries. After the clear #1 and #2, the running game is wide open, with plenty of people who didn't make the list expected to make their debut on the week 8 update.

Pass Catchers
1. Blast Michaels http://i.imgur.com/B7k4poD.png
Christian Adams has been so good he's made Blast Michaels the top WR in the league. Michaels leads the league in receptions, yards, and TDs despite being inactive since NSFL season one. It's hard to imagine this production keeping up, but right now Michaels is having the best year of his entire career. His spot at #1 on the list may not last very long, but you couldn't ask for a better start to a season.

2. John Wachter https://i.imgur.com/ajPIy7x.png
Obvious bias here, but #2 HAS to be the right spot. Wachter is second in the league in receptions and yards, and has the third longest reception of the year despite only average speed. A mixture of great hands and strength make him hard to stop, and Wachter has a huge update coming for the next set of games. Picked second overall, the production was expected, and should only increase as the year goes on. Wachter is driven by setting records, and with the #2 QB in the league and a great partner in Carlito Crush, he's in a great position. Wachter should be number one on this list on the next update, as his TPE is much higher than that of Michaels. He's also active, where as Michaels is not. I also heard he has the biggest penis in the league, so take that for what it's worth.

3. Hunter Mason http://i.imgur.com/siNt966.png
After a fantastic year in season 1, Mason continues to find success in the DSFL. He's third in the league in receiving yards with 322, despite only having 18 total catches (18 ypc). Mason has also found the end zone one time, and has benefitted from Kenny Omega being on the roster. With a developing QB on the team, Mason's production should rise, but with Omega looking legit and developing along with Justice, Omega could find himself as the #2 option in Norfolk, and may lose his place on the list. Look for Kenny Omega to rise in the rankings in the coming weeks, potentially making his debut in the next update. It'll be interestinf to see if Mason and Omega could find themselves both on the list at some point this year, or if a clear favorite emerges down the stretch.

4. Carlito Crush https://i.imgur.com/ajPIy7x.png
TE is a difficult position in this league. It doesn't really get much love in the sim, and thus isn't really coveted as much as a WR. But with new caps put in place, Crush is looking to change the stigma about the position, and he's off to a great start. Among TEs, he's second in recepions (One behind the leader) and second in yardage (One behind the leader). He's also added a score and completely taken over stretches of games. He had a high TPE start compared to some of the receivers in the league, and showed he was worth the early draft pick. If I split receivers and TEs up (like my intial plan) he'd be #1, and he's only getting better. Look for Crush to take over this TE list in the next update.

5. Brandon Carter http://i.imgur.com/gjTM85g.png
The second TE on the list. Brandon Carter has done just about everything to earn the #1 spot over Crush thus far. He leads TEs in catches and yards, and remains active to this day. He's the top receiver on his team, and has made an immediate impact at a position that's not used to seeing it. So what puts him here instead of Crush's spot? Well, he only leads him by one catch and one yard, which means his average is a little lower. On top of that, he hasn't found the endzone yet, which makes Crush just a bit more valuable thuse far. The arrivals of Crush and Carter (And sometimes Booter since he's said he's a TE but appears to be a WR everywhere) should make for a very interesting compeition on the TE rankings list, which arrives after week 8. Both men have a claim for the top spot, and both should be extremely successful in both the DSFL and NSFL in the future.



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Oct 25 2017, 12:23 PM
*You can ask whatever, in character or out, just specify if you want an out of character response. If I don't get a good amount of questions for whatever reason I'll just add my own.

Finished questions for - ItsJustBarry, tlk742, and Roly

Portland, Oregon
10/25/2017, 4:00 pm

I don't think I've ever had a smoother flight in my life. A private jet? For me? Really? I flew coach to the draft, I've never had a first class experience in my life. They told me the flight was five hours, but when you're spending that time watching tv, listening to good music, messing around on your phone, and drinking champagne it certainly doesn't feel that long. As we land I come to another realization: since I'm the only one on this thing I won't have to wait an eternity to get my bags, I can just walk off this thing as soon as the pilot deems the situation safe. I could get used to this.

We come to a stop and I get to my feet, my pilot, an older gentleman somewhere around his mid-fifties, walks to the door with me, assuring my flight was smooth along the way. As he opens the door I see it, my new life. Media from every outlet is waiting just outside, I guess I was too focused to look out the window and notice them. Cameras flash, and I'm nearly blinded by dozens of people trying to get the first good shot of me with my Pythons hat on. For a moment, I'm frozen, never experiencing anything like this before in my life.

Then I feel it, a light pat on the back followed up by the audible sound of a man telling me to go straight ahead. He's a big dude, bald, black shirt, sunglasses, an earpiece on his left side, pretty much your stereotypical bodyguard. Thankfully, none of these people seem to want to hurt me, but if they did they'd have a pretty tough time.

I walk through a double door, then down a small corridor and into a separate room. I guess this is where my conference is being held. The hall is decked out in Pythons colors, their logo, and some general DSFL visuals with sponsors on what remained blank.


"The floor is yours Mr. Wachter."

Mr. Wachter? Yeah, I can definitely get used to this. I take one last deep breath and swallow down any anxiety that tried to manifest itself. This is my moment, I earned this, time to speak confidently and proud, I'm one of the faces of this franchise now and I need to present myself that way. I walk to the podium and wave out to the crowd. I had imagined keeping a straight, Kanye West-esque demeanor, but can't help but smile as I arrive. Before I can say a word, half the media in attendance are on their feet trying to get their questions in. But I'm the one with the microphone, and that fact makes it pretty easy for me to cut them off as intended.

"Before we get started here I have a few things I want to open with, I'd appreciate it if you all waited for me to finish up before asking anything."

To their credit, they simmer down and allow me to get my short monologue in.

"I know it's generic, but I just want to say this is absolutely a dream come true. I have a lot of friends and family back home who have struggled their whole life just to get by, so when I say I'm blessed to be here I absolutely mean it. I'm not married and I don't have any kids, so it's beyond easy for me to say being drafted by the Pythons was the greatest moment of my life. There's not even any competition reqlly. I had some great talks with the GMs beforehand and knew this was where I wanted to be, so hearing my name called out at number two overall was the greatest feeling I've ever felt. These guys wanted me, they made it clear I was number one on their board, and I couldn't be happier to be here. I'm looking forward to getting to know my teammates and making history this year... So with that said, the floor is open, lets hear those questions."

"You've finally made it to the DSFL. What's your next goal?"

"I'm on my Ash Ketchum grind now, you know? Be the very best. I want to help take a team that was bottom of the league a year ago and elevate it to the top. Honestly, my next goal is to get the playbook down, it's a lot different than what we ran in Maryland. After that, I think we're set to make a run. Sorry for the long answer, this is my first time doing this, but I guess my main goal is to just help this team turn it around."

"Are you disappointed you weren't #1 overall? Will you hold a grudge?"

"I'd be a liar if I said going first overall wouldn't be awesome, but this is honestly where I want to be. When Norfolk moved up I was wondering if it was for me, and since they're so close to home I was excited for the idea, but ultimately they took a more scarce position and I think it'll be good for them. Portland is arranging some things for me to be able to spend time at home too,
so I can honestly say no part of me is dissappointed. As far as a grudge? Nah, not with Wolverine.
He's got the top name in the league already and a... unique story behind him. You know who I will have a grudge with though? Andre Bly. He was the guy who was supposed to be number one,
his name was all I heard when I got taken, putting him on a poster is a top priority."


"Does pineapple belong on a pizza?"

"People can do what they want, but it doesn't belong on my pizza."

"Who is your favorite Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle?"

"Leonardo. They're all equal in the fact that they're mutant turtles, I guess they're still teenagers due to some leakage in the sewers or some aging factor only present in turtles too.
But Leonardo is the best ninja, he checks all four boxes. Plus he wears blue, which is my favorite color. Though I guess I should start getting used to this yellow."


"As the once great, X to the Z, Xzibit so eloquently put it, Whats the difference between me and you?"

"You talk a good one, but you don't do what you supposed to do. Although, in my mind, DMX is the only true X."

"Every player has a rival and such, who's yours are they another WR or a CB?"

"It's gotta be Andre Bly doesn't it? The top corner taken in the draft, the guy who looks the best on tape, he's got it all. When we play KC that's the matchup to watch. But he's not division, Fresh Booter and Tegan Atwell are. Some people had Fresh ahead of me, and I want to make them look dumb. If I don't have a better year than him I failed my team. As for Tegan? I'll teach her a thing or two about routes."

"What’s your take on your fellow Portland draftees? Who are you most excited to play with on that team from the draft?"

"I thought our draft was excellent personally. If you haven't been following the team directly, we made a trade for Jameis Christ who, I thought was excellent in the time he was on the field last year. After that, we went offense the first two rounds, got me and Carlito Crush. That's the guy I'm most excited to play with by the way. Carlito's a great guy, I met him at the draft and got to talk for a bit, and I think he's gonna be the best TE in the league this year. And then, of course,
after that we went and sured up the defensive side of the ball a bit. I thought that was a smart way to do it, the draft was deep with defensive talent so we waited on it and got two elite players on the offensive side of the ball. Me and Carlito are gonna put up numbers with Jameis throwing to us, we're actually going to hit up our first practice pretty soon after this, get some early reps in. I think we'll be a lot of fun to watch, I can't wait to get on the field with them."



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