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Jack Brown, Jett Zero, Merrick Itera, Mike Improta, Ray Bentley
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We are now officially in the “Playoff Run” of the SFL season, and it feels as if the contender field gets more crowded each week.

The Swarm, Legion, Corsairs, Vultures, Sparrows, and Predators have dominated the top all season long, but Week 9 presented a shift of opportunity, in which contenders, like the Vultures, Predators, and Sparrows showed some weaknesses. Meanwhile, as the Swarm, Legion, and Corsairs continue winning, and nobody is forgetting about the Desperados and Wildcats.

At the bottom of the league, things are ugly and could potentially get uglier. The Hyenas remain at the bottom with the Knights who have only combined for four wins.

Remember the scene in Rocky IV when Rocky, bruised and battered in the opening minutes of his fight against the invincible Ivan Drago, lands a sweeping right cross that draws blood above Drago’s eye? “The Russian’s cut!” the broadcaster yells. Drago wasn’t so invincible after all.

Now, we are not saying this means Ray Bentley is going to defuse geopolitical tensions between the United States and Russia the way Rocky Balboa did (though we won’t rule it out, either). But Ray “Rocky Balboa” Bentley has showed the SFL world that the Beat Team IS unstoppable. They’ve cut them. They’ve hurt them. They’re not machines. They’re SFL Writers! We have no idea what any of this means. By the way – Did anyone notice that 6 road teams out of 10 WON this week?

As we head into Week 10, here’s where all 20 SFL teams ‘make the cut.’ Let’s ring the bell!

(Note: * denotes team has clinched postseason berth)

Rank
Team
Record
(Movement)
Recap

1

Atlanta Swarm*
8 - 1
(-)
Some will say we're mad for putting Atlanta in this spot this week over the Vancouver Legion. Others will say it's completely justified. Either way you look at it, both teams have a fair argument for this spot, but there are no ties in the SFL nor in the Power Rankings, so Atlanta rides again in the top spot for another week. The Swarm are in rare form this season, having clinched a spot in the postseason with eight wins and one loss. They're riding a 5-game winning streak, with their most recent win being a close one against a surprisingly durable St. Louis Gladiators. BDG Hollewood is one of the seven running backs who have cracked 1000 yards on the season, and Aquantis Shyne is four tackles away from 100. This Swarm team has a dangerous energy about it, and now that they've stamped their ticket to the postseason, they'll be fighting neck-in-neck with the Legion for homefield advantage. This week, we say Atlanta keeps it through til the bitter end. Let's hope Marcus Dunhill and company can keep it up.

2

Vancouver Legion*
8 - 1
(-)
Second again, but all that matters in the end for Vancouver is that they got another W. While the Legion started out strong against the Kings, putting up 13 unanswered points in the first quarter, their defense ultimately allowed 38 points from Jacksonville's offense. Truth be told, they picked off Christian Christiansen four times, but when he's getting 72 chances to throw the ball, some are going to land in the wrong spot. Don't get me wrong - I don't want this to sound like it's a negative review of the Legion at all, but more of an explanation of why they didn't overtake the Swarm this week. Ultimately what matters to Coach Andy Hamilton and his merry band of northerners is that they got the win and a spot in the postseason - their first trip since Season 9, their inaugural season. If their offense can remain as explosive as it's been, they're ready to make a deep run - but can their defense close enough of the holes to truly become the most elite unit in the Simulation Football League? Will it matter at the end of the day? Ray Bentley knows for a fact that it's not always defenses that win championships. Either way, for Vancouver, it's 'on the Houston." One game at a time.

3

Queen City Corsairs
7 - 2
(▲ 1)
There is absolutely no way I'm going to top last week's writing, so I'm not going to even try. The good news for me is that Queen City made it easy for me (and, strangely, difficult for a one Larry the Cable Guy) to write a pretty glowing review. Holding Las Vegas to 13 in their own town - where the House Always Wins? That will never not be impressive to me. Even more startling is that Queen City has been racking up the wins this season with very little backfield - only fifteen total rushing yards this week, and not even from rookie fullback Jett Zero! That's right, folks; AJ Caswell was able to gain 15 yards on 7 carries, with a 16-yard long rush! Either the stats were entered wrong or Erik Barkley has found a brand new way to spice things up offensively. A... treasure map to success, if you will. Y'arr, you had to expect one pirate pun in the Corsairs' write-up! With their confident win on the road against the Fury, Queen City moves one step closer to being a postseason contender. Their upcoming game at home against the Swarm this week could be a preview of things to come, and with a win, the Corsairs could be sailing on.
4
Baltimore Vultures
6 - 3
(▼ 1)
It's hard to justify moving a team down in the ranks after they notch a win in the books, but considering the impressiveness of the three previous teams' wins versus a one-point thriller in the Big Easy, it was hard to argue otherwise. The Vultures have nothing to fret about just yet, as their 6-3 record is currently good enough to keep them in the running for some prime postseason seeds, but improvements can be made. Mike Dazzo, veteran quarterback, was able to find T-Roy Gaines and Ivory Ervin for the three scores of the night, but Gaines wasn't able to break the plane on the ground. Dazzo also tossed three picks to the New Orleans secondary. In a one-point squeaker, those could mean the difference between life and death, so it's fitting that the Vultures were ultimately able to hold the Pharaoh's offense to a single touchdown themselves, as well as three interceptions. Baltimore heads home to take on the Tulsa Desperados in a match-up with strong playoff implications. For a devious scavenger like the Vultures, they will find that Tulsa might not be so easy pickins - but this author could be eating his words next week, next to a set of sun-bleached bones and well fed birds.
5
Sioux Falls Sparrows
6 - 3
(▲ 2)
Welcome back to the Top 5, Sioux Falls! Get yourself situated, we have some hosr d'oeuvres for you, would you like me to make you a drink? Oh? You want a Pimm's Cup? Oh right. You got here by beating the London Knights so you'd celebrate it by enjoying England's finest drink! Yeah, London gave you a scare I heard. Outgained you a decent amount through the air and were up 14-10 at halftime. But in typical Sioux Falls fashion, you guys dominated with your run game. Nearly doubling up London in rushing yards with 209. That running game of yours is damn fine. Colin Hart is 3rd in the league in rushing yards and 2nd in yards which is, simply put, very good. Possibly even a shot at some end of season awards for the lad, now wouldn't that be something? Your defense has also been very solid, too. Ranking in the Top 5 both in rushing and passing yards allowed and 6th in points allowed. But yeah Sioux Falls, you'll fit in just fine here at the Top 5 Club, hope you enjoy your stay!
6
Charleston Predators
6 - 3
(▼ 1)
Hey Charleston, what's been going on? It appears this little road trip for Alan and company has not been going according to plan, what with dropping 2 of what should have been easy games for the resurging Predators in New Orleans and Mexico City. The most recent of the two seeming a bit more concerning. In Jack Brown's homecoming to Estadio Azteca, the defense him and his compatriot Brandon "Wall of" Haight anchor seemed to falter during the game, letting up an uncharacteristic 4 touchdowns and 2 field goals from the very strong Aztec offense. It also isn't to say that Charleston's defense wasn't all bad, they still hold strong as a unit in all statistics available. The real issue seems to be in what it always is for the Preds… the offense. In earlier weeks for the Predators, a bit of a weaker offensive unit was something one could view as a happy oversight as TD Drew and crew were doing enough to win games for Charleston. But now that progression has taken hold? It's become more and more of a liability. TD Drew sits firmly in second to last or third to last in most QB categories, so that passing offense is almost nonexistent. Keith Swearingen, however, has been looking pretty darn good pounding the rock, and pound the rock he does, both in the Top 5 in rushing attempts and rushing TDs. So there are certainly things to build on for Charleston, but with playoffs fast approaching, they better fix them quick.
7
Jacksonville Kings
5 - 4
(▼ 1)
So in this week's edition of the SFL going all Big 12 on everybody, the Jacksonville Kings took the trip up to Canada Field to play against Vancouver and put up 38 points on that Legion defense… only to lose by conceding 51 points of their own against the Legion. A result to that degree is honestly to be expected from two teams of their offensive caliber. Both teams put up over 500 yards on offense and Jacksonville heaved the ball for over 500 on their own. MVP candidate Christian Christiansen slinging and gunslinging for 5 touchdowns… and 4 interceptions. Yeah, it seems to be that this unabashed love affair with throwing the ball can backfire with negative consequences. Especially when your defense doesn't give you help with any turnovers of their own. The game should act like somewhat as a wake-up call for the Kings since, depending on how far they get in the playoffs, Vancouver could be right in their way. This can work as a dress rehearsal - just go out and keep winning, Kings.
8
Chicago Wildcats
5 - 4
(▲ 2)
Chicago once again did just what they needed to do to keep themselves in the playoff hunt through Week 9, taking a road trip down to Houston to hopefully sneak into that dope space station they have, and also play a football game during their time there. Then play football they did, beating the Hyenas in Houston to the tune of 27-21. Yes, the score looks on the closer side, but Chicago was firmly in control the whole way through while gaining nearly 400 yards of total offense. ET King through the affair made himself a decent pay day, as he threw for 3 touchdowns, albeit while getting 2 INTs to boot. Fortunately for Chi-town, they were able to come back with 2 picks of their own, one coming from future HOF-er Maurice Spurgeon, and the other coming from Jesse Vick which helped power Chicago past the Hyenas and putting that S13 playoff match-up in their recent past. Now, Chicago sits at 5-4 and 9th in the playoff race. Another win or two should easily put them in the postseason jamboree. The only thing Chicago needs to do now is walk out with victories.
9
Mexico City Aztecs
4 - 5
(▲ 3)
Editorial fairness alert: Once again, due to the machinations of the pre-set ranking assignments, Ray Bentley was called upon to write about his own team. Tread at your own risk.

Prior to Week 9, I recall getting a message from a compatriot in the SFL on the Charleston Predators, wishing me luck against breaking through their line. After the surprise 19-34 loss to the Aztecs, they sent another message: Why didn't you tell us about Phoenix Jones? To be fair, the combination of old veteran Bentley and rising new star Jones was a potent one against the Predators this past Sunday, with a combined 30 carries for 111 yards and 3 touchdowns, but Mexico City's defense was the difference maker in Estadio Azteca that day. Not only were they able to stymie the efforts of T.D. Drew and Keith Swearingen, Fran Ogawa even got in on the scoring action with a pick-six to get the Aztecs really going in the first half. With the momentum on their side, can they run the tables and make a push back into the postseason? This particular writer thinks: MAYBE!
10
Tulsa Desperadoes
5 - 4
(▼ 2)
Another surprise this week, as the Tulsa Desperados fell at home to a resurgent Florida Storm, 31-24. While Dion Hawkins' team from the Sooner State held a 3-point lead going into the 4th, it was not enough to hold off a rally from Ron Cockren and company in those final 11 minutes. Tulsa still has a positive record, and by the game numbers, they have plenty to be proud of. With more total yards than the Storm and more picks than them, they should be able to dust this one off and keep on shootin' straight for the rest of the season. Hopefully so, because a closer look reveals that even though Ron Cockren threw 4 INTs against the Desperado defense, he also tossed 4 touchdowns through it - while Deacon Nickens tied Ron's ratio with a lesser 3:3. Tulsa hits the road this week to take on the Baltimore Vultures in a game that could very well cement the playoff momentum of either team, so look to the Desperados to capitalize on those silver linings from Week 9's match-up. Otherwise, they might soon become a relic of their time in the regular season.
11
Las Vegas Fury
4 - 5
(▼ 1)
Sin City hit a streak of poor luck this week, culminating in the unsettling omen of losing at home and only scoring a dreaded 13 total points. Unlucky, indeed! Las Vegas hosted the Corsairs this week and were unable to get much going off of a solid offensive performance that was able to move the chains on the field, but just couldn't break through the plane in the air. Quarterback Tom Ramen was able to spread the love around, so to speak, hitting most all of his receivers and (Mike Daggs'll love this one) his TE more often than not, with 11 receptions to 14 targets for John Blades (the only one in the receiving corps to crack 100 yards, as well!). Unfortunately for the Fury, the Queen City defense was there to swashbuckle all their passing touchdown plans, holding them to a single rushing touchdown all night. Did the lucky streak of their OC, Steven Mullenax, finally run out, or was it just a bad scratch for the week and they'll right themselves on Tuesday? With their opponent being the smoke-seeking Carolina Skyhawks, anything can happen. Taking bets now!
12
St. Louis Gladiators
4 - 5
(▲ 1)
So close, and yet... so far. The Gladiators had the chance to make team history this week with their first-ever five win season against the top-ranked Atlanta Swarm, and they were able to keep pace with them until the final quarter. That's not to say that the Gladiators didn't show up then, either - a valiant effort by quarterback Jonny Pichler got them their first touchdown of the night, but it wasn't enough to quell Atlanta's two to put them over the top. Enough to bump them a spot in the rankings, maybe, but not enough to get them their franchise record... yet. Their final contests are with Arizona, Queen City, and Carolina, so the Gladiators have a real chance to not only hit their first 5 win season, but even a 7-5 season and playoffs! Even though they sit at #12 in our rankings, they're just behind Mexico City in seeding for the playoffs at #11. If Duane and Colin's team can get Diesel Dawson going (as he was negligible in the contest in Atlanta) we could very well see the Gladiators playing football well into April. It starts next week, though, with Eddie Gauge's Arizona Scorpions traveling to the Gateway City. Can St. Louis take them down, or will their sting prove too strong and fell these fearsome warriors?
13
Denver Nightwings
3 - 6
(▲ 1)
Denver... loses a game... moves up a spot. Is higher than the team they lost to. Sure! Welcome to the wacky world of Power Rankings, where things like SOV and ELO are thrown out the window in favor of gut feelings and strong, sensible urges. Seriously, though, hear me out. Denver might have moved up a spot, but we're sitting at lucky thirteenth place - not exactly primo real estate three weeks out from the end of the season, but especially not a great look from the reigning champions. They outgained the Tyrants, their former championship game foes, in the air by thirty yards, and Josh Miller's completion percentage was a nice 69.23% compared to Luyindula's in-the-tank 44%. But where former Championship MVP Jarrod McChesney rushed for a paltry 51 yards, his Seattle counterpart tripled that. Fortunately for the Nightwings, Ray Zor stepped up in a big way as well, taking a pick 70 yards back to the house, but the team needs to play a complete game for us to want to rank them much higher than this. Denver heads home to try and break even this season with a tilt against the playoff-hungry Chicago Wildcats, in a game that could seal the fate of the reigning champs.
14
Florida Storm
3 - 6
(▲ 3)
FLORIDA STORM, COME ON DOWN! YOU'RE THE WINNER OF 'RAY BENTLEY JUST ABSOLUTELY EATS HIS FOOT!" Yes, full disclosure, Ray picked Tulsa to win last week against the Storm, at home, because he's a biased fool. Mighty Max Paul had other ideas. Florida isn't totally out for the count yet, but this season is shaping up to be the worst for the team in it's entire history. Thankfully the win against the Tulsa Desperados helped pump the breaks on a first-ever losing season for the former champions, and they'll head home next week to take on a smarting Charleston Predators unit, who themselves were just stunned by the Aztecs. As Ron Cockren posted a break-even 4:4 TD:INT ratio against the Desperados, it could be worrying taking on a top defense in the Predators, but it's hard to count out the team that won three back-to-back championships. Florida will have to figure out how to get J.W. Doyle to effectively move the chains regularly for them, as his 59 against Tulsa wasn't poor, but did not result in a touchdown. To be fair, Queen City had 8 rushing yards and none of them came from their fullback, so perhaps the Storm need to put more faith in Riverboat Ron. 4:4 will need improving if they want to commit to him more fully - and with only 3 remaining weeks, they'll need to do it sooner or later.
15
Seattle Tyrants
3 - 6
(▲ 1)
Ok, see! Seattle also moved up in rank, so it's not like the system is completely broken! To be fair, though, we are ranking complete teams - not just running backs carrying the 16 other men across the field all game long. Completing just 12 of his 27 passes, and throwing 4 interceptions to boot, Jacques Luyindula showed flashes of brilliance in an otherwise muted performance. Mason Kirby and Junior Senior III racked up an impressive amount of yards, but combined they only outgained Zack "I Want to be MVP Again" Sandlin by ten total yards. Yes, Seattle had more touchdowns through the air (2) than on the ground (1) but with Luyindula's 44.44% completion rate, it was up to Sandlin to move the chains for the most part. To be fair, the one time he caught a pass, he did lose a yard, so maybe there's something to be said for the out route, but I'm not nearly clever enough to figure it out. Seattle has had a tough go of it this season, even with the monster performance of some of their offensive unit, and will have to crank things up a notch next week when they take on the top-five ranked Sioux Falls Sparrows. Without a win against these avians, the Tyrants season might very well be extinct.
16
New Orleans Pharaohs
3 - 6
(▼ 3)
While the final score of 27-26 belies a real heartbreaker of a game, something else actually happened in N'awlins the other night. Kicker Austin Powers hit four for four of his field goals, with his longest at 51 yards, helping to put his team up over the Vultures to head into the half at 17023. Ultimately, though, it was a sluggish showing on offense that cursed these mummies to an untimely loss, with only one rushing and passing touchdown recorded by New Orleans. Reggie Streeter just isn't the same back he was in London, and Xander Gold threw three picks to his single score, showing that he is still moving away from his brilliant rookie season. To be fair to the purple and gold, they were able to pick the Vultures cleanly three times; they just also allowed them to find the endzone three other times. The Pharaohs have a chance to break even as they take on the Mexico City Aztecs next week. They'll need to break out the extra strong voodoo, though, and hope that their once-vaunted offense can overcome the Aztecs' once-vaunted defense. Nobody is mathematically eliminated from playoffs yet, so perhaps they'll be able to play spoiler in their quest to break even for the season.
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Arizona Scorpions
3 - 6
(▲ 1)
Arizona’s identity for Season 14 has been, “Why not us? Why not now?” Arizona Fans answered in Week 9, “Now!” It’s certainly NOW or never for this team and responded back with a 20-17 victory over Carolina. ‘Now,’ is the time for this team to get things going in the right direction with winning. Over the weekend, the Scorpions where able to ‘blend-in’ and camouflage themselves by using color and pattern to hold off the Skyhawks with the with their new ‘Desert Sand’ uniforms (had to mention the new ‘unis”). In a defensive battle where the outcome would be critical for either team, the score at the end of the third quarter had Carolina leading 17-10. As we all know, Scorpions can be frightening, as they possess venom that is dangerous to all. But contrary to popular belief, scorpions are not mindless stinging machines. Stinging in scorpions is part of a careful strategy. How and when does a scorpion decide to sting? With just under 8 minutes to go in the fourth quarter, running back D.J. Moses ‘stung’ for a 28-yard score and the game was tied at 17. The Skyhawks took the next possession down to the Arizona 26, where it was looking like sure points for the away team, but on a 3rd and 9 play, cornerback Mana Kanaka found a way to come up with an enormous interception at the 4-yard line. Arizona never faltered and stuck to their game plan, taking it back to the Carolina 22, and with :38 seconds left in the game, non-contract kicker, Bryant Dynasty booted a 38-yard field goal to ice the game. Moses took the ball 28 times, rushing for 80 yards and a score, and Dynasty kicked two critical field goals. Wide receivers Donnie Hands took-in 6 catches for 86 yards, and his brother James Hands caught 4 passes for 111 yards, and was the star of the game, as one of those four went for an 86-yard touchdown that proved to be too much for the Skyhawks to contain. Mark Melo continues to improve on the defensive line, and in the secondary, Kanaka and Eddie Gauge each had an interception. Together, they bottled up the Carolina run game only allowing 43 yards and have improved the team’s overall performance by going 2-2 over their last four games. It is going to be very difficult for this team to make it into the post-season, and they’ll certainly have to come up with another strategic plan of action. Arizona flies to St. Louis for Week 10, plays at home versus Las Vegas for Week 11, and then ends the season in Queen City. If they have any hope of playing beyond Week 12, the time for winning starts NOW.
18
Carolina Skyhawks
3 - 6
(▼ 3)
Just when you thought Carolina had something going…they had won two in a row and improved their record to 3-5. They were headed to Arizona to face a 2-6 Scorpion team. Things were flying in the right direction. The Skyhawks were headed ‘sky-high’ picking up their third win in a row and rallying to 4-5. Their sights were set on breaking into the post season, right? They knew what they had to do, right? Beating the Scorpions was a game they should win, right? …Uh, yeah…The suck embraced them again. The game in Arizona started off like any other Carolina Skyhawk game. A close, hard-fought, battle. They were tied at halftime 10-10. Things were looking like they were going to fly out of the desert with a victory, and up 17-10 at the end of three quarters, the skygang was feeling pretty good about their chances. Harish Prasad was on his way to another stellar performance, Shea Carroll was catching touchdown passes, and the defense was being as stingy as ever. Nevertheless, the 4th quarter had another outcome in store. Carolina’s defense allowed D.J. Moses to score on a long run to tie the game, 17-17. On the ensuing possession, Sully Richardson and company came flying back down the field and made it to the Arizona 26-yard line. This was the defining moment. This was where the Skyhawks would either pick up the first down, or even better, score the go-ahead touchdown. At the very least, they would come away with a field goal and go up by three. The clock had about three minutes left, and with the worst possible outcome, threw an interception. The Scorpions eventually kicked the game-winning field goal with :38 seconds left on the clock and sent the high-flying birds stunned, back into the smoke. The playoffs are still attainable, as the Skyhawks head home to face the Las Vegas Fury in Week 10. These injured birds need to find a way to break free and fly again. If not, it’ll be back to the gilded cage.
19
London Knights
2 - 7
(-)
Have London fans run out of answers? Do they even know what the questions are? For sure, they know after losing 5 games in a row, their record is 2-7 and that’s not the way a band of Knights survive during battle. The Queen has her hands covering her eyes. Although the medieval soldiers fought hard at home against the Sparrows, it was the birds who flew out of London with the ‘W.” Angus MacLaine threw three TDs without any interceptions, Jason Williams rushed for over 100 yards and a TD, and star wide receiver Gabriel Manning finally got back into the endzone. The effort was honorable, but the result was defeat. London’s defense could not contain Sioux Falls running back Colin Hart. The “Killer Bird” rushed for 170 yards and three touchdowns and when the dust had settled, the Knights were knocked off their horses too many times and eventually fell victim to the clock, falling 31-24. London’s defense was led by William Davidson who recorded three sacks and now brings his total up to 13 on the year, but more impressive is his 22 tackles for losses. Davidson has been a force and should be recognized as a potential pro bowler. London is last in the SFL with turnover differential at -18, and that’s been the tail of these Knights. The rabid fans of Queensway are calling for ‘heads!’ Certainly, King Henry knows “uneasy lies the head that wears the crown.” Owner Liam Crowter hasn’t slept in months, but has called for his team to never retreat or surrender and is building a force that needs to remain disciplined. He has his team hungry for a win, and knows that the rest of the season presents dangerous challenges, providing few good options, but knows the worst option is to do nothing, and rise above. London is scheduled to fly to Jacksonville for Week 10, trying to get rid of the winter chill. Being a Knight requires the courage to step up. Being a Crusader requires a deep spirit to endure mighty challenges. Being a valiant fighter requires the fortitude and honor to defend your land. The great novelist Walter Scott once encouraged, “Fight on, brave Knights! Man dies, but glory lives! Fight on; death is better than defeat! Fight on brave Knights! For bright eyes behold your deeds!”
20
Houston Hyenas
2 - 7
(-)
If things weren’t already tough enough, Houston ended Week 9 with another loss. They’ve lost three in a row and have dropped 6 out of their last 7 games. The Houston Hyenas rank last in the SFL. The Chicago Wildcats came into Houston on Saturday night and within four plays, the Hyenas were down 7-0. The Hyenas weren’t prepared from the opening kickoff, and with about 1:25 left to go in the game, Houston found themselves trailing 27-7. They tried to make a comeback in garbage time with blocking a punt, recovering an onside kick, and scoring two late touchdowns against the Chicago backups, but never really made a threat to fight off the Wildcats. Though, the score ended 27-21, the Hyenas were overpowered and couldn’t get it done. Warren Murray struggled to run the ball. He ended with 59 yards rushing on 26 carries for an average of 2.3 yards per tote. Kentez Johnson was picked off twice and sacked twice, and wide receiver D.R. Sim was held out of the endzone. Defensively, corner-man Everett Garrison came up with two interceptions, adding to his interception total of 8 picks, and is quietly having a nice season, and defensive end Chris Joseph checked-in with three sacks. The statistic that stands out most for this team is not only that they sit last in the league with a 2-7 record, but they’ve also have been outscored, for a league worst, negative 106 net points. Hyenas are a hardy species and their ancestors survived the Ice Ages. However, during the modern times, Houston has been part of many disasters…Hurricanes, floods, unbearable humidity… Perhaps the Hyenas need a disaster recovery expert? The Vancouver Legion come into ‘The Den’ for Week 10, and the stadium could get pretty cold. This is the moment when Houston Hyena fans need to have the power to believe; This is not how the story is going to end, storms don’t last forever. They are last in the league and the only way to go is up… We think?
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