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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 22, 2018, 03:11:54 PM »
I agree. I'm going to have a quick chat with Mac and we'll starting get prepped for the game.

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Selina, can you said in Mac please.

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Mac, hope you're well. Excited for the game against Long Beach? Great opportunity ahead!

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 22, 2018, 06:05:55 AM »
That is always a plus in these situations. How do you feel about the intensity of our running game? It is getting us results, but with the knock Haas has can we maintain that level of performance with Hardy getting more time with the ball at hand? I felt he did well against Lincoln.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 21, 2018, 07:39:45 PM »
I am glad it is motivating the team! Long Beach won’t know what hit them this week. I am sure Ralph will do us proud though. How are you feeling about Mac taking that number one WR spot this week? His performances have been getting better in my opinion.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 21, 2018, 06:24:22 PM »
1. Talk us through this weeks game. What went wrong?  What went right?

I am very satisfied with the victory! Our running game hit a real peak this week against a really tough Lincoln team, and whilst Ralph and Haas have been great I do think that our offensive line doesn’t not get some of the recognition for how effective they are at enabling our running game, that is so key for us. As far as the game goes though, we got off to a great start and and just took the game to Lincoln who for that fifteen minutes or so could not handle us. It was part of the game plan this week to go at them and I am glad to see it paid off.

2. With the All-Star Rosters being announced this week, what is your take on the composition, any snubs or surprises from your own team?

Look, I understand why GM Kirk was afforded the opportunity to manage this All Star team, but given his selections, I am not sure how he got those 60 odd wins. I appreciate that he has a lot of trust in his own players and staff but to overlook as much talent in this conference as he did, to me is a just a little obnoxious. I am frustrated at the lack of recognition for my players and staff, especially defensively, so I may be being harsh on the guy but our players and staff continuely being overlooked and underestimated is beginning to grate a little.

3. What news stories stood out to you this week?

GM Pancho is in an unfortunate position with his team as they are a franchise that expects excellence and has little room for anything else. But when you are a winning team, as a GM you know that that will be the expectation from the owner and the fans, I do feel with the spine they have that one good off season can make them contenders again. In other stories, I think someone needs to have a chat with the Jackson lad, this isn’t an individual sport.

4. Talk about your game this upcoming week, what do you need to focus on most?

We have a few knocks and bumps from the last game so we may have to re-evaluate our strategy against Long Beach, they have had a few changes, but are always a tough team to break down. I am confident of us continuing our streak though.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 19, 2018, 04:11:38 PM »
Ok, so we’ll go man coverage on defence and up our blitz percentage by 10%.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 18, 2018, 01:11:41 PM »
Do you think we should up our blitz percentage too? Bloom could be out, and if he isn't, he could be more wary of getting hit, maybe that additional pressure we put on him and our coverage of Hodge could work well together?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 17, 2018, 04:34:24 PM »
Would switching to man marking be more effective? They have weakened their overall receiving corps, which could work in our favour. I feel in Carson we have someone who is more capable at disrupting his game than what we had last year.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 17, 2018, 09:24:16 AM »
I guess we couldn't break that glass ceiling in the second half... I'll see myself out!

I guess we did well to see it out with the shift in momentum, says a lot about the character of our guys. How do you feel about the challenge of Lincoln, they have brought in Hodge, so I am sure they'll be searching him out for a successful debut. Should we shift things around to spoil that party?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 16, 2018, 06:00:08 PM »
Agreed. What were they doing differently in that second half? Or was it us that dropped off?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 16, 2018, 03:33:31 PM »
As long as you want me here, I'll be doing what I can!

Thanks again.

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Coach, tough win this week but good to see us hold on to that lead!

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 16, 2018, 02:54:34 PM »
We'll keep on pushing for that divisional title and then see where we go from there! I think we have moved a lot quicker than anticipated when I first took the project on, but I feel there is still a lot of room for improvement!

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 16, 2018, 12:21:25 PM »
1. Talk us through this weeks game. What went wrong?  What went right?

I think it was tough game, a well fought victory in the end but DC caused us problems man, and I have to give them credit for taking us all the way in the second half of the game. They seemingly took our offence out of its rhythm in the second half, but we held out in the end and our guys put in a gutsy performance. We were clinical when it mattered and got ourselves into a strong position, but ultimately we should have seen out the game more comfortably.

2. Give us an evaluation of the first half of the season for your team, who has stood out both good and bad?

I think we have had a cracking first half to the season, lets just hope this weeks game is not reflective of how well our season will end up. We have raised the bar, developed a system that is putting the fear into opponents and yet there is still belief that there is more to come. We have some young talent that will take time to mature and adapt to the pro-game, but a lot of the guys we brought in have hit the ground running! Ralph is a guy who has stood our the most, we brought in Haas and from the position he had last season when he earned that starting spot for the team, he will know exactly how we function as a management team. The praise Haas was getting pre-season only pushed him to improve himself and you have seen the results of that so far this season. I don't think we have anyone who has been poor, we have a couple of experienced heads who are starting to see that natural decline in their game, but they are still an asset.

3. With where you sit in the standings, how do you feel about your chances of meeting your owners expectations and how do you grade your performance as GM, what about your job security?

I am feeling very comfortable right now. I came here in with a project in mind, and I'd be shocked if the owner were not happy with how it is progressing. We look on target for our goals, and I can't for that Orlando match!

4. Who is your league-wide Mid-season MVP?  Who has been the most surprising under performer?

Honestly, I am very much focused on our team and the other teams in this league only occupy my mind when they are next up in the fixture list or we're looking at potential trades. I believe Smith is having another stellar year, and after arguably missing out last year on the award front, I feel he could be pushing for it this year. As for under-performing, I can't say.

5. Which of your division rivals has surprised you the most? How and Why?

Honestly, Orlando. Now I know with Patton they are always going to be a big team in the league, I just doubted GM Cory was the man who could see them overthrow the Nighthawks. Charlotte would be the obvious answer, but I think given the talent they brought in, they are performing as well as I thought they would.

6. With the Trade Deadline coming up this week, Do you see yourself as a buyer, a Seller, or do you plan to hold fast with what you have?

There may be some moves, we always have to explore the options available, but at this point we would only be looking to continue with our development of the team, which doesn't usually involve selling.

7. What is your opinion on the league's newly announced luxury tax rule, do you believe it is fair, and do you believe it will benefit the league?

I think it is fair, the previous had the odd controversial moment, and having this in place will see that sort of issue a thing in the past.

8. Talk about your game this upcoming week, what do you need to focus on most?

We have Lincoln visiting, who have just made some moves in the transfer market I hear, so I am sure GM Wrong has made moves to strengthen his team and we will have to face that challenge! It is a dangerous time to play a team, when they are buoyed by fresh blood, but I believe in the team we have and I honestly feel we can beat anyone in the league, and Lincoln are not exempt from that.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 11, 2018, 06:58:05 AM »
I will see what I can do Coach. I think we will stick with what we have at the moment and let Coleman develop further with our minor league.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 07, 2018, 12:56:11 PM »
There is always room for improvement Coach, perhaps we just call up Coleman for the third spot in the CB depth chart. What about the offensive side of the team, in terms of where we can upgrade. TE and WR's? Not implying I am not happy with what we have got but an upgrade here or there could really see us push on for a post-season challenge.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 07, 2018, 08:55:15 AM »
Gotcha. Well, I have been discussing some potential trades, so we will see if we can get them over the line and make a couple of changes that will hopefully strengthen us even further. We won’t be going over board though. Do you feel the depth at CB and LB is still our biggest area for improvement?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 03, 2018, 05:04:26 PM »
How well do you think he will adapt to man coverage? I don't feel a need to change that up, especially not to suit one player.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 02, 2018, 01:04:10 PM »
That would be quite the achievement Coach, and with both players seemingly happy who knows where that spearhead could lead us! Re-signing McClure is something that will be on the agenda, I'm hoping we'll see the same dual-threat next season too! Speaking of items on the agenda, Boca Raton, and our prospects, I don't want to mix things up too much and put a spanner, in the works but there are a couple of kids who have potential and could benefit from being part of a winning team. Coleman in particular is someone I had in mind, but I am curious as to your opinion on this.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: July 01, 2018, 05:23:40 AM »
1. Talk us through this weeks game. What went wrong?  What went right?

As I said earlier in the season, when you blow out a team like we just did, again, there aren't many faults in the performance you can look to. In terms of positives, McClure had a monstrous game for us, our defensive line dominated, Duke didn't get touched once in the game. It was an impressive performance all round in result that went the way it was expected to go. There are tougher fights ahead for us, but this is just another result that proves how good we are this year.

2. Talk about this weeks league news, what stood out most to you?

The back to back kick off returns was a pretty unique moment in the league, something the fans of both sides will hold in their memory banks for a long, long time! Additionally, I feel the backlash that Sasser has been getting and some of the rumours circulating are the epitome of our social society today; jumping to conclusions, and going overboard with the reaction. It will have died down next time he has a solid game for them, but Sasser won't forget how quick they turned on him.

3. How did you feel about the first annual HIFL/NCAA Showcase?  Do you feel like it was a beneficial addition to the league?

It was very helpful, and I imagine it will be beneficial to all parties involved.

4. What was your take on the amount of GM errors that occurred during the bye-week?

Some are feeling the pressure of being in a team that needs to improve, others are so used to that pressure that they seem compelled to make moves that aren't necessary. We see the same mistakes every year.

5. Do you plan on making any call ups this week before locking in?

Potentially. We have been watching our players down at Boca Raton closely, and they are a talented bunch.

6. Talk about your game this upcoming week.

I guess we'll find out first hand how Sasser is feeling about the reaction to his performance! DC are a team in transition, so we might be hitting them at a good time, but they are always going to be a tough team to beat.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: June 25, 2018, 04:08:52 PM »
They are doing well, keep on with what you are achieving this season Reggie! Thanks for your time.



Selina, can you let the coaching team we are good to get going on that team retreat.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: June 24, 2018, 12:40:25 PM »
Always good to hear. I tend to find Twitter in general gives me a headache, but sometimes you can't help but stick your nose in! Now obviously, we have been running the ball more lately, which suits us well, but how are you feeling about your receiving corps? Any one in particular that you have a good understanding with, anyone you feel more confident throwing to?

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HIFL News / Re: HIFL ON TWITTER
« on: June 24, 2018, 10:25:38 AM »
GM Garcia @HailSantelmo
@StrikeGuy2K18 Is it me or is it always the most fragile folk using the term ‘snowflake’. Chin up @xavierlucasHIFL.
10 Retweets, 5 Likes

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: June 23, 2018, 06:07:57 PM »
That's great to hear. Thanks Joseph.

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Selina, can you arrange a meeting with Reginald Duke please.

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Reggie, great season so far! Glad to see you have shaken off that concussion. I just wanted a quick chat, see how our QB1 is feeling!

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: June 22, 2018, 05:13:03 PM »
You’re an integral cog to that offensive line Joseph. Got a lot of young, talented guys around you, I imagine a lot of them are looking to you, big difference from last season with a far more experienced line up. Are you comfortable being in that position?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: June 22, 2018, 04:52:20 PM »
One look at the Oval Office might have you believing we’re too late for that shit, Justin. Anyway, nice talking with you, keep up that work ethic you’ve been putting in!

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Selina, can you call up Joseph Worthington please.

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Joseph, wanted to take this bye week as an opportunity to touch in with some of the players. How have you felt this year with our new look offense?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: June 20, 2018, 02:26:42 PM »
I haven't heard that before. I got one for you though, did you know that pigs hardly have any sweat glands, so the phrase 'sweating like a pig' is largely inaccurate?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: June 15, 2018, 01:20:01 PM »
Keep up the performances you've been putting in here and the women of Miami will take to you like a pig does to truffles!

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: June 13, 2018, 03:10:14 PM »
Thanks Selina. Can you call up Justin Haas for me please.

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Justin, you've got off to a great start here, how are you feeling in Miami?

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League Office Transactions / Re: HIFL LEAGUE OFFICE III
« on: June 13, 2018, 03:07:04 PM »
Miami spend $500k PR on team retreat and workshop.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: June 13, 2018, 01:59:56 PM »
Thanks Coach, I'll catch you later with a quick debrief on the Tulsa game.

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Selina, can you please advise when are we next able to call up players from Boca Raton, I seem to have lost my 2014 Frozen Titties calendar where I had all these dates marked up.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: June 11, 2018, 01:46:31 PM »
Absolutely Coach, we have some tough games coming up but I think we are a match for most of them! Anything you'd like to discuss at this point?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: June 10, 2018, 10:42:20 AM »
1. Talk us through this weeks game. What went wrong?  What went right?

Before I stay anything about the game, everyone at the Miami Killer Whales is hoping GM Powers a speedy recovery.

As for the game, it was a tough week for Michigan, but we had to perform regardless, it is still in our best interests to beat whatever team is put out in front of us. I stated last week that I felt the two teams were equals, and we proved we were, and on this occasion we proved ourselves to be the better team. The battled well, but they couldn't cope with our running corps, McClure and Haas chewed them up this week! Randolph had a great game, and our defense held strong... again. I feel we are in a place where our opponents need to make big plays to score against us, and that puts all the pressure on them!


2. Talk about this weeks league news, what stood out most to you?

Las Vegas is achieving something special this season, defensively, we know just had difficult that sort of consistency is to maintain, so props to GM Metro and the team over there. I'd love to test ourselves against that defense, maybe in the post-season.

3. What do you make of the news of the newest GM's to join the league? What advice would you give them?

Firstly, welcome to the league. The more young, talented GM's, the better for the league and its progression. I'll always welcome that! As for advice, I don't know, I'm still new to the game myself. The biggest lesson I have learnt is that you're not alone, and what I mean by that is that you are not alone in your vision. It is extremely difficult to have one plan, and to mould your coaching and playing staff to fit it. Use the staff around you and the talent you have at hand to build the foundation of your collective vision. But like I said, there are far more qualified GM's than me to be offering out advice!

4. With the draft class being announced later this week, do you plan to target personalities, skill sets, or position groups at the college showcase?

I feel at this point we have a strong core, and a fantastic crop of young players and players approaching their prime. So we'll likely look to continue to build on the winning atmosphere and positivity in the team, and look to the personalities of who we are adding to that. Of course, I won't divulge too much into recruitment process, but it always something we put a lot of effort toward, especially with the draft class.

5. What do you hope to gain most this week during the bye week, for yourself but also for your team?

Just looking to maintain that work ethic that we have show so far this season so we are more than ready for the challenge of Tulsa the following week.

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OOC Boards / Re: 2018 Hosting Renewal
« on: June 10, 2018, 10:12:52 AM »
I'll try and get something for you at the end of the month.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: June 05, 2018, 05:16:34 PM »
Daniel, I think you’re doing a fine job as a leader on this team. You are a senior member of the squad who puts in 110%, is professional and respectful, and when you came here you were hungry, hungry to prove doubters wrong and earn your place at the zenit of this team. That is exactly the kind of leadership and example the young guys need to look to.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: June 05, 2018, 02:45:11 PM »
Only goal you ever need to focus on! Thanks Ralph.

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Selina, can you call up Daniel Randolph please.

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Daniel, me and Coach Rhodes were just discussing the impressive performances you have put out this year. Just wanted to congratulate you personally on the hard work put in so far this season, but also to gauge how you are finding the leadership role that we have requested you take up this year.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: June 04, 2018, 12:28:44 PM »
You're right, thanks Coach.

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Selina, can you call in Ralph McClure please.

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Ralph, just wanted to congratulate you on a fine start to the season. You earned the top spot in Miami, and you're exactly the type of player I want representing the Killer Whales, always hungry, you know what I mean. Keep up the good work!

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: June 02, 2018, 03:09:39 PM »
It is great seeing both of those guys achieving what they are achieving this year, both guys had doubters when we made the trade for them and I’m happy they have proved people wrong. In regards to Chow, I agree to extent, I expected this to be a break out year to build on last year, is there something we changed in our defensive game in the summer that is holding him back? In general I think we could get more pressure on the QB from our linebacker corps. 

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OOC Boards / Re: My status
« on: June 02, 2018, 09:17:34 AM »
All the best with the recovery man, scary shit when stuff like that happens!

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: May 31, 2018, 12:16:19 PM »
Still a pivotal role, as proven this week. In regards to the first quarter of the season, anyone in the team that is playing beyond your initial expectations from training camp, and anyone playing below those expectations?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: May 29, 2018, 12:40:41 PM »
We'll get that mentality towards Miami changed eventually, I am sure of it. I was impressed with the performance of Marshall, great to see his potential from training camp shine through when it matters. Now with Scotty probable to return to the line up against Michigan, I am wondering on what your take on the kid is going forward. Do you feel there are any other roles that we could potentially look to develop him into? Scotty is the future at FS, but I don't want to overlook Marshall.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: May 21, 2018, 11:50:08 AM »
1. Talk us through this weeks game. What went wrong?  What went right?

When you shut out a team, there isn't a whole lot that has gone wrong! I think this performance is a testament to how well rounded a team we have become. Our running game continues to kill it, and passing game continues to grow into a more potent weapon for us. I have to give a shout out to Keith Marshall, the kid came in for one of our key defensive players and put in DPOG performance! We have depth in Miami now, and there aren't any slouches down in Boca Raton either! We're a contender in this division, mark my words, we're 2nd in points given throughout the entire league, and our only losses have come in overtime. Orlando have got off to a great start, but we're more than up for the challenge of chasing them down!

2. Talk to us about your upcoming game this week.  What will be the toughest thing to prepare for this week?

We have a tough match up this week against a Michigan team that hasn't quite matched the performance levels of last season but are still more than talented enough to hang with anyone in this division. I feel we are evenly matched, despite how well they did last season, this season, I think we are equals, and I am sure that will be shown on the pitch this week. We'll have some interesting battles, I believe us getting to Hill will be key to victory, but they haven't been given up sacks this year freely. That will be a key battle, as well as how well they cope with our o-line and running game, I'm not sure they can handle, but we'll see, we'll see, it is going to be an interesting battle! We don't want to be .500 after it though.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: April 27, 2018, 11:48:30 AM »
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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: April 27, 2018, 11:46:36 AM »
Thanks Coach, whilst I am waiting on that I think we'll lock in for the week. Keith to step in for Scotty dependent on his fitness.

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In no particular order:

The Walking Dead - may be dropping off though  :'(
Game of Thrones
Breaking Bad
The Office (US)
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Peep Show
The IT Crowd
Orange is the New Black
Black Mirror
Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Not seen many of the 'classics' at all or in their entirety, so not sure I can really put them on the list.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: April 24, 2018, 02:45:25 PM »
Thanks Coach.

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Selina, a question you may or may not be able to answer for me. The quarterly reviews for Boca Raton, will Jim Bond provide that information to us, or do I need to schedule a sit down with him?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: April 23, 2018, 12:14:28 PM »
Good to know Coach, I think we will continue with the same strategy as last week going forward, unless otherwise discussed. I don’t think we need to adjust anything for Atlanta, would you agree?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: April 15, 2018, 06:32:43 PM »
Good good. Duke looked back to his old self out there, do you think upping the running plays protect him further? Another facet of why that might be the strategy going forward?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: April 12, 2018, 04:01:01 PM »
Indeed Coach, I missed a beat not giving Sami a shout out during the presser. It will be interesting to see Keith stepping into Scotty's role against Atlanta, I know you had positive words about him from the pre-season camp.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: April 10, 2018, 07:16:23 PM »
Good win, Coach?

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MIAMI KILLER WHALES
« on: April 07, 2018, 07:17:27 AM »
1. Talk us through this weeks game. What went wrong?  What went right?

We got back on track with a solid victory, in which we dominated the second half. Having had two back to back overtime losses, it was nice to see the lads control the game toward the end. We did make some adjustments to our game plan this week, and I felt it paid off, McClure & Haas are turning into a powerful combo for us, but with guys like Randolph and Mac, you have to be aware of the threat they cause. Duke came back strong as well, shows a lot about his character, he took a lot of big hits against Alabama, but it hasn't affected his mentality. I still we can be more efficient on third downs, but that is something we can work on in the coming fixtures.

2. Which of your division rivals has surprised you the most so far this season?

I'd say Alabama, they have a star-studded squad, but man, they look pretty average. They are grinding out results, but their performance levels are not what we saw of them last year, and Orlando in particular are taking advantage of that. They aren't the unstoppable force in this division that pundits expected them to be. I'm not sure whether that comes down to coaching, the GM, or how hungry the players are, but we'll be looking to take advantage of it too.

3. With where you sit in the standings, do you feel it is a true reflection of your team? Where do you feel you should stand, and who on your team is most responsible for your current standing?

Honestly, no. I think we are the best team in the division. Whilst Irvin did a stand up job, it was his first pro-league start against Orlando, it was always going to be a tough ask, so missing Duke against them and him getting the concussion against Alabama, it affected both games and we still managed to take them to overtime. I thought that spoke volumes for the quality we have, and whilst the standings have us middle of the pack, we could very easily have been sat at the top.

4. What has been the biggest challenge for your team so far this season, and who would you say was your teams' most improved?

I think making so many changes to one element of the team, our offense, was always going to be a challenge as we have a lot of developing talent who we as managers and coaches need to find the best system for, to get the best out of them but at the same time provide them with a platform to grow. I think that is something that is in progress, and will be for a while, but you saw this week the impact those adaptations can have. I think our offensive line is looking strong, the Alabama game aside, we are stopping the opposition getting to our QB on the regular, and that is significant improvement from last season. Haas has really added to that too, as well as making our running game more potent alongside McClure.

5. Talk to us about your upcoming game this week.  What will be the toughest thing to prepare for this week?

We have Atlanta visiting us, and we need to guard against complacency, they have proven themselves not to be the pushover people expected, so we have to prepare the guys for that and ensure that we keep on that winning track, and prove why I believe we are the best in the division.

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OOC Boards / Re: THE FUTURE OF LIVE SIMS
« on: March 28, 2018, 01:48:53 PM »
I am in favour of it continuing, I enjoy the extra depth you get from it. Glad it got moved to channels on the discord, which made it easier for me to read back on.

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