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My defense however was able to shut down SD. I thought personally it was a poor choice of playbook from Derek as the offset plays are easily stopped by LB4. I think this limited the plays I had to worry about defending and ultimately ended up being the deciding factor as SD just couldn't move the ball. Denver ends up on top and I was able to claim my second straight Midwest championship!

 

Thanks again to all who were involved in putting it together and who participated!

 

 

This is why I went with you by 14 again in the second game once I saw the i form playbook. Thought SD would have a hard time to moving the ball and for the most part they didn't especially not  winning many taps. 

 

Giving you the Raiders was also an odd choice to me.....

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On 3/17/2016 at 1:16 AM, duecethasa1nt said:

Waiting for this to be announced for 2016.

It's posted on Facebook. It's scheduled for the last Saturday in July. Do your research brah!!

 

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7 hours ago, suicideking81 said:

It's posted on Facebook. It's scheduled for the last Saturday in July. Do your research brah!!

 

 

I didn't see this either. I definitely don't keep up on various tourney FB pages.

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1 hour ago, suicideking81 said:
38 minutes ago, davefmurray said:

 

I didn't see this either. I definitely don't keep up on various tourney FB pages. Come on, brah!

 

 

I kno im not the onllyyyy one. 

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