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League Office Transactions / Re: PBL LEAGUE OFFICE
« Last post by GM Franchise on Today at 12:15:51 AM »
Indianapolis spends $8MM in offseason PR on scouting
General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MUSIC CITY KINGS
« Last post by GM Bennett on November 11, 2019, 11:40:25 PM »

I have every bit of faith that we will, Coach. By the sounds of it, Miami and GM Garcia are already looking over and counting us out. Let's turn that attitude around.

I'll get us locked in shortly I don't think I need to talk to the guys at all this week. They know what to do.

Unless...You know any of the guys need talking to or anything?
General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: ST. LOUIS STALLIONS
« Last post by GM Black Death on November 11, 2019, 11:31:41 PM »
don't think we need to change our game plan against them. Let take them out

Mostly starters

Tempo: normal

Run/pass ratio 60/40

Blitz: 75

Offense depth chart: Coaches decision

Offense strategy: coaches decision

Defense depth chart: coaches decision

Defense strategy: coaches decision

In-Season Training Schedule
- 4 hours Position Training
- 0 hours Athletic Training
- 0 hours Physical Training
- 1 hour Film Study

QB- John Carr
TE- Lawrence Bates
WR- Eddie Stands
WR- Richard Ray
WR- Andy Burke
WR- Mohammed Westmoreland
WR- Randall St. Felix
WR- Troy Reynolds

Mafia Games / Re: SECRET HITLER Blue - 4 Red - 2
« Last post by GM Eli on November 11, 2019, 11:18:59 PM »
General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM : SAN ANTONIO KNIGHTS
« Last post by GM Gravedigger on November 11, 2019, 10:56:32 PM »

1. What was your biggest takeaway from your team this weekend?

We were ready to go and showed the rest of HIFL that weíre defending champs for a reason. Offense was explosive, and our defense made plays all over the field. I also want to credit Kansas City for playing hard to the very end. Itís a credit to everyone involved in their organization. They didnít quit.

2. What do you make of the news of the league's expansion?

Cool stuff. More competition is good for our league, and now weíll have even more talent within our league. This is a smart move not only competitively, but financially as well. Weíre the premier league in the world. Weíre about to get even better.

3. Talk about this weeks opponent, and what you expect from your team?

Rapid City is a tough squad. This game wonít be easy for us, but we have what it takes to defeat anyone. Going into the bye at 5-1 would be great for us.
General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: WINNIPEG ARCTIC FOXES
« Last post by GM Cory on November 11, 2019, 10:25:16 PM »
1. What was your biggest takeaway from your team this weekend?

"That was a HUGE win for the boys this week. Rapid City is one of the most respected teams in the HiFL, and have been for quite some time and for us to go out there, execute and come away with a win is exactly what we needed after a few weeks that didn't quite meet our standards. Patrick was phenomenal, our run game was effective when it needed to be, our wide receivers made plays and a breakout game for Cunningham at Tight End. We drafted him knowing this was the kind of games he had in him, and I hope this continues down the stretch. Defensively we knew they would focus on the run and we wanted to make them have to throw the ball to beat us, and when they had to throw the ball we suffocated them. Great team win."

2. What do you make of the news of the league's expansion?

"Obviously running the first team outside of America, I'm going to be all for new countries getting to experience the highest level of football in the world. Another team in Vancouver is sure to be our biggest rival, but I'm glad our success here already has made it clear that the HiFL will work in Canada, as well as England, Australia, and Holland.

3. Talk about this weeks opponent, and what you expect from your team?

"St. Louis has been a solid team this year....convincingly beat Lincoln last week and got a lot of pressure after the Pride QB. We're going to need our OL to keep Patrick on his feet....let him make some magic and continue to build on this momentum that we gained this week."


What a win Coach, all areas of our team performed and when that happens this is the kind of results we can expect to earn. What a game from Cunningham too, finally getting some production out of him. What changed to get him more involved? Or was it more so the matchups vs Rapid City?
General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MILWAUKEE BARONS
« Last post by GM Strike Guy on November 11, 2019, 10:23:00 PM »
And we're happy to have you. Thanks for coming by.

Carmine, let's go ahead and lock in for this week then.


Tempo: Normal
Blitz ratio upped by 10%

All other strategies/line-up decisions = Coaches' Decision.
General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM : ALABAMA NIGHTHAWKS
« Last post by GM Pancho on November 11, 2019, 09:50:08 PM »
Good evening members of the media. Iíd like to start of this press conference by talking about the game weíve just finished.  The first half was tough matchup between two great defenses. Music City struck first and we responded in the second half and heading into halftime with the lead. But credit where itís due because Coach Crowder has their boys balling out. They gave everything they had and to their credit they won the game. These division games are always tricky especially a team on the rise like Music City. With the home crowd behind them they really pulled through.

But GM Pancho What was your biggest takeaway from your team this weekend?

Oh ... usually I open the floor up but sure. Some guys are still playing out of position and we donít have everyone on board yet. Being on the road itís more difficult for some players not used to playing at a high level to stay at that level. It doesnít mean our backups donít have the talent but that the most elusive thing in this league is consistency. Thatís what really makes the great teams great. Itís tough for us to do that when you donít have everyone on the roster available. But weíre working through it and I think thatís the best credit I can give to a team.

Yes tony go ahead ...

What do you make of the news of the league's expansion?

I think itís a bold move from the league considering the issues that have taken place with the XFL, well at least as some GMís say. First from a league perspective the increase of the league means more revenue, more player jobs, more opportunities for coaches and the chance to start for a lot of talented players.

From the perspective of being a small boy growing up in Mexico it gives me great joy to see them obtain a franchise. I was once a boy who looked to the United States and saw his future. It brings a smile to my face that one American boy can now look down at Mexico and see his future. Itís a beautiful thought.

Gene here sir. Can you talk about this weeks opponent, and what you expect from your team?

Well we get to host Orlando at home before the first bye week and Iím sure he plans on going into that bye week with a win. We will have Phillip Sanderson back and make our Cerberus whole. Thatís definitely going to make an impact. Orlando has shown they are no pushover.

Are there no further questions?
General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM : LAS VEGAS SCORPIONS
« Last post by GM Metroll on November 11, 2019, 09:41:36 PM »
Mazza would be to back up Pruitt. I think he'd probably be one of the best backups in the league and would allow us to evaluate him in house whether we felt he was worthy of his draft slot or not long term. Pitts, for me, would be back in the three headed monster we had before. I understand it's a position of strength but maybe we enhance the quality of those targets. I'm not going to lie I also think there's some strategy too the move as well in making sure he doesn't go somewhere to hurt us.

I guess I could phrase the question differently. It's obvious that with all our draft capital that we're not going to use it all in the off-season. I'd rather use it to help us win the Impact Bowl this year. Where do you feel we can add at, other than kicker, that will be a difference maker for our team? Or is their really only going to be incremental differences where we need to strategically make a move.
General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: MICHIGAN MONSTERS
« Last post by GM Powers on November 11, 2019, 09:27:28 PM »
Perfect. I'll follow you down to the practice field.



Guys, I'm not gonna take up a lot of your time. I just wanted to let you know that you're all doing a great fuckin' job out there! We've proven we can beat teams through the air and now on the ground. Guys on 'D', you're rolling with a change up front and producing some damn fine work. Awesome shit guys, just tremendous!!

Let's keep working hard and let's show the Cobra's who the REAL Kings of the NorthEast are!

Lock in
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