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Deontay Wilder, Erik Surrett, Ray Bentley, Ross Napoli
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JUST WHEN YOU THOUGHT YOU WERE SAFE – We’re back, folks, with an all-new Power Rankings team to take on the all-new Simulation Football League Minors! Deontay Wilder, Erik Surrett, and Ross Napoli have all deigned to take on the community heat for spilling unblemished truth onto these pages every week, and they have my deepest gratitude for it! Enough about us, though – we have a whole week of SFLm action to get through before we get to Week 2. Ready or not, here they are: The first-ever SFLm Power Rankings.

Rank
Team
Record
(Movement)
Recap

1


Ottawa Cavalry
1-0
(-)
The Ottawa Cavalry leads the charge to the top spot of the inaugural edition of the SFLm's Power Rankings. Running back Kevin Seay was on point against the Birmingham Fuel, rushing to 197 yards and a touchdown in his first game. Special teams kicker Amy Schillizzi was also perfect for the day, booting 3-for-3 field goals through the uprights (including a long of 44 yards!) San Jose flies into town next week for a match-up of unbeaten teams.

2

Annapolis Navigators
1-0
(-)
Sailing into the second spot are the highest-scoring team of the week, the Annapolis Navigators. Their bombastic offense was anchored by quarterback Cameron Curtis, who threw four touchdowns without a single interception for the day. It wasn't until the fourth quarter that the Navigators defense allowed the Madison Lynx into the endzone, as Erich Hammer and Jahrad Brodie had their opponents numbers all night long. They continue their road trip with a nuclear battle against the undefeated Albuquerque Atoms in Week 2.

3

San Jose Flight
1-0
(-)
The San Jose Flight took off in Week 1 with a 19-13 victory over the Boise Mud Dogs. The offense was led by quarterback Ace Fenech, who threw for 245 yards and a touchdown, as well as halfback Dustin Zeck, who rushed for 109 yards. The very physical defense of the Flight look to hold the Ottawa Cavalry in check in their prime time Week 2 match-up of unbeaten teams.
4
Albuquerque Atoms
1-0
(-)
The Albuquerque Atoms walked away winners Week 1 against the Lincoln Rattlesnakes in a close 16-12 match-up. Linebacker Roland Parrott led the way for the Atoms with 11 tackles on defense. Albuquerque was lucky to escape this one, as quarterback Mike St. Green threw 5 interceptionss. The Atoms will look to right the ship on offense and continue their winning ways in their Week 2 game vs the 1-0 Annapolis Navigators.
5
Madson Lynx
0-1
(-)
The Madison Lynx had a rough Week 1 match-up against the Annapolis Navigators at home. The Lynx defense gave up 4 touchdowns - two of them being 70+ yard plays. On a good note, RB Ezekiel Love carried the ball 17 times for a total of 112 yards and a touchdown in the fourth. QB Derrick Majors had 27 completions on 41 attempts, leaving him with a 65.85% completion rate. After taking a tough loss in Week 1, the Lynx will travel to Lincoln to take on the Rattlesnakes in Week 2.
6
Lincoln Rattlesnakes
0-1
(-)
The Lincoln Rattlesnakes slithered through Week 1 against the the Albuquerque Atoms at home. Unfortunately, the Rattlesnakes were unable to secure the victory. In the backfield, QB Jay Cue had a 50% completion rate out of 50 total passes, while on the flip side, CB Ben Stackinpaper managed to get 4 tackles and 1 interception. Next week, the Rattlesnakes will play at home again, but this time against the Madison Lynx.
7
Boise Mud Dogs
0-1
(-)
Boise was dragged through the mud this week in the SFLm. RB Fox Highwind had a few big carries and then vanished from the game, finishing with 2.0 YPC on 25 attempts. Free safety Thomas Smith enjoyed his time in the mud with 8 solo tackles and an interception. Boise will travel to take on the Birmingham Fuel in Week Two, with each team looking to capture their first win of the season.
8
Birmingham Fuel
0-1
(-)
The Birmingham Fuel failed to ignite in Week One of the SFLm. Quarterback Ben Stone did, however, complete 58.3% of his passes on the day. Defensively, strong safety Ralgar Lawe finished the day with four solo tackles and a pass deflection. The Fuel will be hosting the Boise Mud Dogs next week in a battle of winless teams.

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