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        On this edition of ESPNEWS It's Week 8, the 1/2 mark of the Season and it's time to look at what's going on in the NFASL. With Major changes this year to personell, and major moves in terms of coaches going from one team to another things could not be more interesting. The league is rolling at a fever pitch and this season has been no different. The New Orleans Saints are the Defending Super Bowl Champions winner of Super Bowl XXXII, and so far he is a perfect 6-0 on the season.  At the Half way point teams are starting to separate themselves with a few teams showing they are the creme of the Crop. Some of those teams are of course the Defending Super Bowl Champions New Orleans Saints who we just talked about. The Baltimore Ravens, Washington Redskins, Houston Texans, New England Patriots, Los Angeles Rams, Oakland Raiders, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers all with 1, or no losses on the season. Of Course for every yen, there is a yang with some of the teams struggling mightily in this season. The Philadelphia Eagles, Cleveland Browns, Seattle Seahawks, Tennessee Titans, Minnesota Vikings, Buffalo Bills, just to name a few are not having the seasons that they thought they would. It's still early however, so if these teams want to have any post season success they have to turn things around now. The other option is these teams will have to get into the War Room and work on their draft boards, and Free agency to make sure they don't have a season like this again in the future! 

  Lets take a look at the Conferences in the NFASL, and see how things are shaking out.

 

 

American Football Conference

 

 

 

 

 

    AFC North

  • Baltimore Ravens 7-0
  • Pittsburgh Steelers 4-3
  • Cincinatti Bengals 2-4
  • Cleveland Browns 2-5

AFC South

  • Houston Texans 7-0
  • Jacksonville Jaguars 6-0
  • Indianapolis Colts 3-4
  • Tennessee Titans 1-6

AFC East

  • New England Patriots 5-1
  • New York Jets 3-4
  • Miami Dolphins 2-4
  • Buffalo Bills 1-6

AFC West

  • Oakland Raiders 6-1
  • Kansas City Chiefs 3-4
  • Denver Broncos 2-4
  • San Diego Chargers 1-5

 

    In the AFC the eams are absolutely loaded at the top with several teams being undefeated, or only have one loss at the start of week 8. In the North the Ravens are running away with the Division, the same way Lamar Jackson, Hollywood Brown, Anthony McFarland, and newly acquired Todd Gurley is running away from defenders. The Browns made a major trade for Kyler Murray after trading Baker Mayfield last season. The Browns are looking to mimic the Ravens offense, which could only help his offense. In the South The Texans, and Jaguars are both undefeated and are haeading for a crash landing for which one of these teams will win the Division. Both have solid teams with the Texans salary cap forcing him to move his best player DeAndre Hopkins Leaving the ball catching duties up to KeKe Coutee, and Will Fuller V . Not having to Deal with Hopkins should make things much easier for the Jaguars as Jalen Ramsey will surely take away one receiver for the game. The Colts have NyHeim Hines averaging 8 yards per carry, and 2nd in the league division in rushing but has struggled with Mitchell Trubisky as Quarterback. In the East the Patriots seemingly can't be stopped as they are making mince meat out of their divisional foes. they have pretty much ended the Dolphins season, and will be looking to make another appearance in the Title Game. The Jets are the closest compeititor but after having released Jameis Winston are left with a unproven QB to carry the Franchise forward. In the West the Raiders are heads and shoulders above everyone else in the Division with a near flawless record. Last season they lost Josh Jacobs to a near career ending injury, and saw their season dereail. They Drafted Wandale Robinson who not only leads the Division, but leads the league in rushing with 1515 yards, and 18 touchdows. He is well on his way to the best rookie season in history, and if that occurs the rest of this division is history. 

 

National Football Conference

 

 

 

 

 

NFC South

  • New Orleans Saints 6-0
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers 6-1
  • Atlanta Falcons 3-4
  • Carolina Panthers 2-4

NFC North

  • Chicago Bears 5-1
  • Green Bay Packers 3-3
  • Detroit Lions 1-6
  • Minnesota Vikings 0-6

NFC East

  • Washington Redskins 5-1
  • New York Giants 3-4
  • Dallas Cowboys 3-4
  • Philadelphia Eagles 1-5

NFC West

  • Los Angeles Rams 6-1
  • San Francisco 49ers 3-3
  • Arizona Cardinal 3-4
  • Seattle Seahawks 0-6

  In the NFC this conference is home of the Defending Super Champions the New Orleans Saints, and they look like they are apt to win it again. Their offense hasn't been as explosive this year, but their Defense is picking up the slack. They play in the South, Tampa Bay Buccaneers being their closest competition. The Saints and Buccaneers have a primetime match in week 8 that could really separate these two teams in terms of position. In the North the Bears are back on top, and look like they could once again be in the running for a Super Bowl Win. The arrival of Josh Allen has taken the Bears offense to the next level, and with their Defense being what it is they will be a tough out. The Packers are still figuring out if they are rebuilding, or going for the playoffs but you can't do both effectively. The West has been taken over by the Rams as they have a commanding lead over the Division. They have built several seasons adding to their defense, and now have one of the leagues best. The Rams have a 3 game lead over the Niners their closest competitor but a series of bad moves has caught up to them. The Final Division in the Conference is the NFC East which is lead by the Washington Redskins with a 5-1 record. They have the leagues top ranked defense, but a loss to the Giants has taken the shine off of their #1 ranking in the Division. The Giants and Cowboys find themselves with the same record at 3-4, however both are making moves to better their teams. 

 

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Team Statistics: In the NFL the teams with the best stats normally have the best seasons. This year is no different. It takes every aspect of a team to win games, and while you can have one do well and not the other  over a full season it will show and prove in your final win loss record. So far the tops in the league are those we are about to show here. Let's take a look.

 

 

Offensive Yards Rush Yards Pass Yards
3100 1606 2478
Defensive Yards  Defensive Sacks Defensive Interceptions
1452 43 26

 

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