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NFASL Season 3 Kickoff Game

        The NFASL is Back!  The New Season is upon us, and just like seasons past there are 32 teams all feeling like there time is now! Hope Springs eternal, but so does the start of a NFASL Madden Season! The Packers were dethroned by the Carolina Panthers and their League MVP Christian McCaffrey who ran wild in the regular season, and followed up with a Super Bowl performance that will not soon be matched as he had 6 touchdowns in the win. The Panthers finished the regular season with a 12-4 record, and coach conkQB12 earned his place in the Hall of Champions (write up below).

  The League just continues to get better and better, and the implementation of the Draft lottery has taken this league to the next level. Removing any incentive to tank as teams 1-18 have equal chance at garnering the 1st pick in the draft, and moving their draft stock has made every single game have more meaning. We also made another big change that should help the league balance itself as we moved every single Wide receivers run blocking, Impact blocking, and lead blocking to 35 ,and below. This should help stop wide receiver consistently sealing the edge on Sweeps, Stretches, inside Zone, etc.... Hopefully the Days of Wide Receivers stone walling Linebackers are over. We are also working on a system that rewards sim play, and removes the incentive for playing fast and loose. No Player should expect to be X-Factor if they are throwing 30, 40, 50 interceptions in a season. Or players not hi-lighting these X-Factor players in an attempt to upgrade another player to that X-Factor Status. Be Warned we are trying to come up with a system that if you see a player move out of the top at their position in the league they may be subject to losing their X-Factor, and abilities all together.


   The new Season is here, Things are moving full speed ahead, so lets have a good fun season with all 32 members remaining from the start. Of all the things that I want for this league is for each and every member to stay, and enjoy the good, and bad times.





Kick Off Game




   Chicago Bears (1-0)45              Green Bay Packers (0-1)38

Team Leaders:

  • T. Lawrence 381yds, 3td, 2int A. Rodgers 479yds, 5td, 4ints
  • T. Cohen 17att, 92yds, 1td    A. Jones 10att, 70yds, 1td
  • C. Kmet 6rec, 131yds, 0td    J. Ngata 10rec, 231yds, 4td


   Bears Have No Love Lost!

              Green Bay, WS. Lambeau Field. Rivalry Game! In the NFASL Kick Off Game the Chicago Bears traveled to legenday Lambeau Field to take on their Division rival the Green Bay Packers in their Kick off Game! When the Smoke cleared it was the Monsters of the Midway laying the smack down on the Packers 45-38. Jordan Love took over the starting duties for the aging Aaron Rodgers now in his 17th season. If the loss isn't bad enough the Packers Soon to be Hall of Famer has already demanded a trade, as he believes he still has a lot in the tank. Love Played well in spite of the loss as he finished with a game high 479 yards passing, and 5 touchdowns. However he threw 4 interceptions with the 4th being the worst as the Packers had a chance to tie the Bears late in the 4th quarter. However Shaq Thompsons Interception in the Endzone spoiled any chance of a Packers win.

The #1 pick from a year ago by the Bears Trevor Lawrence had full command of the Bears offense, and looks like he will be a star in the league for many years to come. Lawrence finished the game with 381 yards, and 3 tds. His Favorite target was Cole Kmet who hauled in 6 receptions for 131 yards. The Bears after having missed the playoffs a year ago by one game won the lottery moving from pick 18 all the way to selection #2. With the pick he selected the 6'6" RG Jacob Monk out of Duke to help protect the savior of the Bears Franchise. So far so good as Monk did not relinquish any sacks against one of the leagues best front 7's. The Story of the night however was the Bears Defense as 2nd year pro Tyson Campbell made his bid for player of the week as he intercepted Jordan love 3 times to include a 61 yard interception return that swung the momentum in the direction of the Bears.

The Bears will take on the NFC East New York Giants in Week 2, and hope to contain Saquon Barkley last years runner up in the MVP. The Packers will look to get their first win of the season as they take on another Division Rival the Detroit Lions with arguably one of the best secondaries in the game.

     The new season is upon us, every team has a chance to win, and optimism is renewed!  Until next time this has been a Sim Athletics Network Production.







conkQB12   XXXVIII


           On November 16th, 2020 the Carolina Panthers won Super Bowl XXXVIII on Madden 21 (PS4)! The Coach of the Team was conkQB12 who won his first Super Bowl, in his first full year in the NFASL finishing with a 12-4 record on the regular season. The Games Leagues MVP was also the Super Bowl MVP as Christian McCaffrey had 190 yards rushing, and a SuperBowl record 6 touchdowns! The Panthers defeated the Baltimore Ravens 45-24 coached by the Leagues Goat Tommanowns. Congratulations on your Super Bowl Win!


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