Cowboys host Colts for the Retro championship. Dallas gets the toss and kicks off to Colts. Kelly and backup Weathers get the team into Dallas territory. On a pitch out Weathers fumbles the ball away to Dallas.. Dallas moves into Colts territory. Colts defense stiffens and forces a 4th. Dallas kicks but Fletcher blocks the fg to give Colts the ball back.. Kelly and Weather get back to work and move into the redzone. on third down Colts pitch out to Weathers and he is stopped short of the first. Colts set up fg and convert, 3-0 Colts. Dallas gets the ball back with 2 minutes in the half left. Dallas pulls Armstrong and Rozier helps Dallas churn and move the chains. Colts defense once again slows the Dallas attack and with time expiring Dallas sets up FG unit. Once again Fletcher blocks the FG to end the half. Cowboys get the ball to begin the second half. Dallas behind Rozier and Wilson get into the redzone. a few picked plays force the Boys to 3rd and 10. Dallas gets picked on pass 2 and tries the JJ but Duerson tips it. Dallas settles for a FG and convert, 3-3 all... Colts get the ball and a solid return by Spek to put them on the 30. Kelly gets to work moving them to midfield. On on a third down Kelly runs towards chains but hits Moore for a big first down and into the red zone. Dallas forces a 3rd and short. On third down Colts hand off to Weathers on the offset and he breaks a tackle with some blocking to run it in and score first td of the game, 10-3 Colts. Dallas gets the kickoff and the return man is tackled at the 5 to set a long drive with 2 minutes left in the game. Dallas keeps it methodical and get it to midfield with time expiring. Dallas has time for one play and Wilson drops back with an open WR1 downfield and heaves its... to Duerson who picks it to seal the deal
Final Colts 10 Cowboys 3. Great game Daboy and great season.
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Group A - Chet H. (holzy11)
Group B - Sobhi Y. (bestinworld)
Group C - Matt M. (Ones11fahzu)
Group D - Joseph N. (nomad)
Group E - Eric O. (tecmodell42)
Group F - Erik M. (ARNCOEM)
Group G- Travis R. (Moulds33)
Elite 8 Favorites
Chet H. (holzy11)
Matt M. (Ones11fahzu)
Todd D. (imimmortl)
Jonathan B. (QB_Browns)
Erik B. (Butt Douglas)
James K. (Tobin, She Rote)
Jordan W. (Don't Go Chasin Atwaterfalls)
Dave M. (Balloneous Assault)
Jason P. (Marc Vlasic Pickle Defense)
The Clayton Region seems the most predictable in terms of projected group winners which probably means we'll see some upsets. Defending champion Chet is the biggest favorite to make the Elite 8 and it will be interesting to see who can challenge Matt M and Sobhi Y to make the double elim. While former champ Sohbi is considered one of the greatest Tecmo players ever, Matt gets the nod due to his impressive year of tournament play including last year's Madison Final 4 run. Eric O and Erik M are perennial Top 16 players who are capable of making a deep run. Travis R and Joesph N represent some of the Nebraska talent finally making it's way to Madison.
Mark Duper Region
Projected Group Winners
Group H - Luke C.
Group I - Jon J. (daboy)
Group J - Jeff B.
Group K - James T. (skunkerofbestinworld)
Group L - Chris V. (vogtcd11)
Group M - Matt O. (LuckyTool)
Group N - Adam G. (Garbage)
Elite 8 Favorites
Jon J. (daboy)
Ryan K. (Hoigaard2)
Jess S. (Schuk)
Jay H. (birdhas_uwl)
Tony J. (Dotdon)
Taha Y. (Monkimanmanmonk)
Corey L. (Hingle McCringleberry)
Jon S. (RogerCraig'slist)
Brett Michael S. (Jesus von Fitzenhopper)
GARY M. (SEXY LOVES SANDWICHES)
Gabriel J. (Likesbutts)
Realistically, I have no idea who will make the Elite 8 from the Duper Region. I went with Luke of his showings in Iowa and Nebraska (only
loss was to Chet) and with feared Jon (Daboys) J who is potentially due for some damage in his second Madison showing. Jeff B, who made the big Elite 8 run last year in dominating fashion and Midwest Tecmo Tournament organizer Chris V are itching to prove they belong among the elite. Hometown Shunker and Garbage are always a threat to go on run. Matt O was one win away from making Mort one of the best players to never win Madison. The one thing this region lacks is clear favorites. Expect major upsets here but be surprised if someone from the Duper Region wins the tournament.
Ferrell Edmunds Region
Projected Group Winners
Group O - Kyle M. (Regulator088)
Group P - Francis B. (mort)
Group Q - Seth B. (Virtuoso)
Group R - Erik J. (rikfenny)
Group S - Kevin M. (buzzsaw)
Group T - Tony O. (AverageTSBPlayer)
Group U - Troy H. (PrimeTime)
Elite 8 Favorites
Kyle M. (Regulator088)
Francis B. (mort)
John H. (ButtonSpaz)
Tom B. (8-bit)
Ed G. (edisaurusrex)
Luke L. (DutchHammer)
Brad A. (Rypien Brawler)
Patrick D. (Anders to the Top)
Jordan K. (Showtime Loo)
Barry K. (Brute Farce)
Potentially the best player never to win at Madison, Kyle (Regulator) was one win away from fulfilling the 10-0 t-shirt he wore last year and is the clear favorite of the Edmonds region to make the Elite 8 and to win the entire tournament. The other clear favorite in the region is Mort, who has won most every tournament of note not featuring Chet. Which local player can knock one of these guys out of the tourney? Seth B., Erik J., and Troy H. are elite lWisconsin players who play online. Their unique play will throw someone for a loop. Tony O. and his entourage is one of the most intimidating plays in all of Madison. While he might not be favored to win his group, Ed G is certainly capable of ruining any of these player's day.
Jim Jensen Region
Projected Group Winners
Group V - Matt V. (bigmv54)
Group W - Rico R. (ryanr33fulcher)
Group X - Louis B. (red98sethuthut)
Group Y - Brent B. (bgboud2)
Group Z - Derek R. (tecmopsycho)
Group AA - Josh H. (sonofpatbeach)
Group BB - AJ B. (adversity)
Elite 8 Favorites
Louis B. (red98sethuthut)
Matt V. (bigmv54)
Steven M. (Meest)
Kyle F. (Flo)
Barry A. (Bob Nelson)
Lucas S. (Breaker)
Adam L. (smoolorf)
Josh H. (Houlie)
Isaac L. (SEX PANTHER)
Dan D. (Child of Destiny)
Brock F. (Brock Lobsters)
Jake I. (Beef Juice)
nick t. (The Pecan Sandies)
Big time tourney player Matt V is the favorite to win the Jensen and he's joined by probably one of the most improved Tecmoers in the last two years, Louis B. Typical favorite and former champion Josh H not only has to battle travelling to his own tournament but also running the mike before every round. If he can get past the distraction monster he is one of Tecmo's elite. Brent B and Derek M are two tapping tournament veterans who play a ton of games and are capable of running with the best. AJ has completely revamped his game from last year and is hungry to prove himself. Speaking of tapping, Kyle F will give Louis all he can handle and has the game to make the Elite 8.
Thanks to the guys at Tecmomadison.com, especially Tony, for their awesome tourney site that made this breakdown possible.
“We try to ensure that brothers and other guys traveling together don't end up in close proximity to one another,” he added. “No one wants to travel a long distance just to encounter one with whom they are familiar.”
Chet Holzbauer, last year's champion, is the favorite in the Mark Clayton Region. He wouldn’t be mistaken as this year’s overall favorite either.
He is 42-1 in his last six major Tecmo tournaments.
"The Mark Clayton Region is stacked," said Tony James, a TecmoIX analyst. "This region is the home to defending Madison champion, and you would have to believe the overall No. 1 seed."
Along with Chet, there is another Final Four participant from TecmoVIII in Matt Miller in the Mark Clayton Region. Another player in the Clayton region that reached the Elite 8 at TecmoVIII is Jeff B.
"Getting out of this region will be nothing short of amazing," James said.
Among three of last year's top eight is “Best in World” Sobhi, who is a former champion and four-time Final Four participant at Madison. He once made the finals three years in a row.
Eric O'Dell, Detroit Kumite's fearless founder, is a force to be reckoned with, according to James. Alongside him is Louis Buennagel, Francis Buennagel's brother.
Louis is looking to get out of his sibling's shadow. He’s coming off a finals appearance at the Boneyard Bowl in Cleveland.
"I've gone this far without even mentioning some other strong players like Erik Merliss, Johnny Bailey and Immortl," James said.
Like every other region, the Jim Edmunds Region has a lot of power players sprinkled throughout.
Groups O and P contain two online virtuosos who have proven their ability to back up live play in other tournaments.
Kyle Miller should plow through Group O with little resistance, much like last year's group play where he only gave up 3 points in all three games, according to TecmoIX analyst Erik Bergstrom.
Francis Buennagel — also known as Mort — who was featured heavily in the NFL Films documentary, will be the one to watch in Group P. He's the lone participant with Madison experience against virtual unknowns in that group.
"Whether this helps or hurts him remains to be seen," Bergstrom said of Mort. "It's possible he may have to rely on his lucky cartridge lick sooner than he anticipates."
Only one participant in Group Q comes with no Madison experience. It may be a wild chase to see who advances from there, Bergstrom noted.
Could it be Eric D. who shocked the world by beating Sobhi in last year's tournament?
Perhaps the returning Seth B. is ready to continue his winning ways, going far in TecmoVII. He was absent in last year's bracket.
In Group R, Erik J. stands as a favorite, and being a Madison native, he's got home field advantage in a group of mainly newcomers.
Another former Madison champion resides in Group S, Kevin Miller, of Milwaukee. A somewhat early exit last year should have Miller hungry to 'buzzsaw' through his group, according to Bergstrom.
Group T should prove to give off the most volume out of the Edmunds region, with every participant coming with Madison experience, including Tony Orenga and his cheering faction of followers.
Group U comes with perhaps the most participants with something to prove, mostly all having wins in tournament play. Troy Hansen is the one to keep an eye on out of this group, with a solid third place in last year's Madison tournament.
Hansen hit a snag in the Midwest tournament in Ohio afterwards and will most likely be looking to the hallowed grounds of Madison to return to glory.
Luke Carlberg and Jim Bontempo, the only two-time Madison winner, highlight the Mark Duper Region. Carlberg is 26-2 in his last four major Tecmo tournaments.
"With the exemption of a hand full of online players, this has to be the greatest assemblage of Tecmo Super Bowl players ever,” Carlberg said. “The competitive skill level is so high that once you get to the field of 56 every game is a dog fight.
Jon Jones, better known as Daboy, is always a player to look out for every year. He also can make a run in the Duper Region.
Other notable players in the Mark Duper Region are Chris Vogt, who is fittingly labeled the “Dan Marino of Tecmo,” James T. and Matt O’Toole. Juicer Adam G., better known as Garbage, also has a shot at advancing far in the Duper region.
The Jim Jensen Region appears to be the least likely group up for the task, said TecmoIX analyst Matt Knobbe.
While group bye favorites Josh Holzbauer and Matt Vogt have a great shot at making the Elite 8, it's simply been a while since either has been crowned a champion.
Well known for their online as well as tournament play, Derek Ruble and Brent B. are threats to go on long tournament runs, said Knobbe, who operates TecmoBowl.org.
With over 30 tournament games under their belt, Madison veterans Rico R., Kyle F. and former champion Peter K. are capable of running the table into the finals if they've worked off their rust.
The tournament format has changed for the first time since TecmoIII.
"Rather than dividing participants into groups of four and conducting a round-robin, this year's group play will consist of various 8-man double-elimination tournaments," the Madison website said.
Group Winners and Group Runners-Up of each double-elimination tournament will advance to a larger “Bracket”.
The initial rounds in the Bracket will be single-elimination. Double-elimination will be introduced for the Elite Eight Bracket, and the TecmoIX champion will eventually be crowned.
“Having a double elimination final eight,” Knobbe said, “will possibly be the greatest display of Tecmo Super Bowl talent of this century.”
Chris Vogt is a national Tecmo Super Bowl writer and can be followed on Twitter @@vogtcd. Matt Knobbe, Erik Bergstrom and Tony James contributed to this story.
WHAT : The First Annual Pacific Rim Tecmo Tournament
WHEN : Sunday, April 7th 2013 - 11:00am
WHERE : The Magnolia Village Pub (3221 West McGraw Street, Seattle, Washington 98199)
Come join Bo Jackson, QB Eagles and the rest of the gang for a day of throwback football action at the Magnolia Village Pub. The PTC will be a world cup style tournament complete with group play and elimination rounds, until only one 8 bit football god remains!
Who will be crowned the king of the 2-D gridiron?
Join us for the afternoon, whether you're a TSB guru or just looking for an afternoon of nostalgic fun.
There will be food and drink specials throughout for participants, fans and onlookers, not to mention Cash and prizes!
HOW TO REGISTER :
Start by visiting our event page on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/events/472466322801085/
Buffalo's first real Tecmo Super Bowl Tourney will be held in Cheektowaga.
Featuring multiple prizes.
Buy in $15
Prize pool for top finishers.
$5 for each time you eliminate a player.
$30 dollar bounty on NFL films star Mort(Francis Buennagel). This goes up to 50 if 40 plus join and a 100 if 70 plus commit. Out of my own pocket. If you have a big ego feel free to place a higher bounty on yourself at game time.
$25 dollar prize for those in the first group eliminated. (too be announced.
Sign up at [email protected]
sign up with name, location, equipment you can bring. (mainly nes sytems or tv's).
AMF Thruway Lanes
1550 Walden Ave
Cheektowaga Ny 14211
April 20th 11 am start time (10:00 set up time)
Real easy to find. Take the walden exit for buffalo. Just half a mile down. Location is next to a tim horton's and several good resteraunts are nearby besides what is served at the hall. I think a Chilpolte, subway, mighty taco (I highly recommend this if it is your first trip to buffalo), fridays, applebees and several other restarurants.
As for hotels the ones on Walden Ave are in walking distance. Any hotel on the list is no more than 15 mins from the tourney site.
these list the hotels in cheektowaga, if you can't find what you want its not to hard to get to the tourney site from the hotels in amherest on transit road and in amherest by the university.
Pre-game Friday festivities location (This will be the location for Friday night festivities.) Meaning chances to get in lots of warmups starting around 6 pm friday.)
April 19th Around 6pm
AJ's Lounge (in the back room)
1028 Walden Ave
Cheektowaga, NY 14211
April 20th 11 am start time 10:00 set up time.
(Less than 25) Random Triple elmination. non bracket.
(More than 25) Round-Robin Group play and elimination brackets. Groups will consist of 4 players. each group will be fairly divided with new and experienced players. Your 3 games in group play will determine your seed in the elimination bracket. The seeded elimination bracket will be single elimination until the elite 8. In the elite 8 it will double elimination.
1. dl use with no lurching (Lurching: Lurching is prohibited. If you want to rush with a DL, you must either go outside the offensive tackle or “popcorn” someone on the offensive line. You cannot simply go around your blocker and dive. Note that this rule does not apply to LBs.)
2. cannot have a run play with a wr and te(except reverse). players like Givins and Sanders are considered wr's.
3. playbook changes/lineup editing each pregame
4.“One Matchup Once” Rule: The coin-flip winner can only select a particular matchup once throughout the entire tournament. For instance, if Player A wins the toss and selects Packers-Browns, Player A cannot call that exact matchup for the rest of the tournament. Player B, however, is free to select that matchup later in the tournament.
5. if we use group play...differential of your win and losses in group play will help determine your seed. The most you can win a group play game is 28points... so if you win 35-3...your winning differential will be +28. Note: if we use random triple elimnation your differential wont matter.
No game can end in a tie. If a game is tied when regulation concludes, competitors will proceed to OT. All OT's will be 5-minute sudden death periods. If no one scores in the first OT, the second OT will be only the first quarter in a new game. This process will be repeated until a winner emerges. So that one competitor does not start with the ball in every OT period, the receiving team (i.e. team that gets the ball first) shall alternate beginning with the second OT period.
How matchup is chosen.
The coin flip winner picks matchup option a. Or option b. Pick a card with a set matchup on it.
If A is chosen the coin flip loser picks team or controller. Then whatever is left goes to coin flip winner.
Option B means you select a random card from a deck of many fair matchups. The coin flip loser still gets to pick his preference of team or controller. the coin flip winner gets whatever is left over.
****NOTE: YOU MAY NOT DEFER A MATCHUP IF YOU WIN THE COIN TOSS*****
(this is given as an alternative for those who do not like to pick a matchup.)
All issues will be settled by the tournament crew. Headed by Louis Buennagel, Francis Buennagel. (Others will be designated by gameday as seconds for when we are playing.)
Report contoller issues and any other issues.
Game freeze will be settled by playing out part or all of the game depending on circumstnace. Unless you cause a reset by your physical actions. The final decision is up to the tournament directors or those designated by the directors.
All equipment loaned for the tourney will be tracked. You may use your own controller if it is standard but do not move the other controller from that station. Respect all equipment as if it was your own's.
Excessive misbehavior will result in your elimination from the tourney and all future events.
Out of town 11
1.Brian Rausse Bronx, NY "chaosrison" 1 total system (NY city tourney director)
2. MatthewVogt Fairfield ohio "BigMV54"
3. Matt Bird NYC (Jamestown NY) made tourney flier.
4. John Barhoover youngstown Ohio
5. Andrew Lescovac youngstown Ohio
6. Pete "Cuban Tecmo" Dorsey Wallingford, CT 3 systems and 3 carts and 6 controllers and one TV
7. Jim Teta "powerade" Troy ny 1system, maybe 2, a few carts, 2 controllers and one tv.
8. Kris Smith Hornell Ny
9. Mario Pirchala New jersey (DirtBowl NJ Tecmo director) 8 nes systems (wow) 5 tv's (wow)
10. John Saunders Roanoke Va one console 2 controllers and one cartridge.
11. Chris Esposito Wallingford, CT
12. AJ Fullam Trenton Ohio "Webmaster of Mwtecmo.com"
Local western new yorker's 20
1. Francis Buennagel "mort1237"
2. Louis Buennagel "red98sethuthut" 4 total systems 6 tv's
3. Dan Rosati 1 total system
4. Jason Palazzo 1 total system "Laztlain"
5. Jim Garbano 1 total system
6. Mike C.
7. Justin K.
8. Eugene "flu" Kelly
9. Brian "shaggy" Foster
10. Rocko K.
11. Brian Buck
12. James Candytree
13. Xavier Gutierrez
15. jason kelly
16 Paul Bailey
17. Doug Watson
18. Jon Francis
19. Eric Stanczyk
20. William Rodriguez
21. Mike Hogs
I don't know if Ken Stabler plays Tecmo, but in this video Tecmo plays Ken Stabler. This reenactment of the Holy Roller play from 1978 is a teaser for the upcoming installment of the Tecmo Legacy League ahead of its own 1978 season.
Be sure to check out at http://www.scottzolak.com/tll/index.php. We're just about to begin the 1977 playoffs, so visit the site for live games, historical news article, stats, and more
View File Goji's NFL Tecmo Super Bowl LIII (BETA 2.3)
- All 32 NFL Teams!
- (NEW) 2018-2019 NFL Schedule!
- Updated Rosters!
- Some playbooks / depth chart re-adjusted for 3 WR sets.
- Team AI & stats based upon success in the 2017-2018 season.
- 2018 AFC & NFC Pro Bowl Rosters.
- Halftime Stats!
- Aaron Rogers, Carson Wentz, and Andrew Luck Return!
- Press Start instead of B to throw a lobb pass.
- (NEW) Jaguars and Titans mini / large helmet updates!
- (NEW) Titans uniform update!
- (NEW) Hybrid Defenses. (Extra defensive backs!)
- (NEW) Rosters 8/9/18
3 DIFFERENT VERSIONS AVAILABLE! (STANDARD / JUICED / JUICED PLUS)
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Recently I updated the site from http to https and along with that comes a new slew of authentication options.
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