House of Dwayne
Dwayne Allen's 3 TDs on Monday night doomed the Merry Men
Brock & Roll. The Shaun Alexander Game. Ricky for T.O.
The YFFL has seen its share of jaw dropping events. But what happened on Monday night might top them all.
With a 38 point lead over the Thugs heading into the night, the Orangutangs having already lost and Bear Poop's prospects especially slim, the
Merry Men just needed to hang onto the victory in order to win the AFC Wild Card.
However, just seven minutes into the game, Thugs teammates Andrew Luck and Dwayne Allen had already connected TWICE for touchdowns to cut the
lead to 14 points. When Nick Folk booted a field goal and Luck found Allen AGAIN in the end zone, it was over...all before half-time.
A stunned Steven Michael Dugas must have been wondering what just happened. Allen, a former member of the Mallards AND Merry Men, had just 73 yards
receiving since Week 5 and had reached double digits just once in his career. The improbable events of Monday night "vaulted" the Tangs into the playoffs
despite a loss thanks to their points advantage. They will take on the Eaters in next week's opening round.
However, it wasn't all bad news for Steve. The Mallards hung onto a 39-27 win over the Dragons to secure the NFC Wild Card. The same two teams
will face off in a re-match to earn the right to face the Chickens, who closed out their remarkable season on a down note with a loss to
the Huskers, but still finished 3rd all-time with 775 points on the season.
Meanwhile, the Llamas cruised to their 4th straight win and became the first team in league history to go a perfect 10-0 in the conference. They
will take a week off before facing the winner of the Tangs and Eaters.
All this leads to Super Bowl XXIV. Can the Dragons repeat? Will the Chickens return to the top? Or will the Llamas live up to last season's hype? We'll
find out in just a few weeks.
Orangutangs vs. Eaters (-5.5)
Kurt is ready to bask in the limelight that is the YFFL playoffs and show that he's not only the third best GM in the league, but has also built a true title contender that's going to bring back some respect to the Eaters camp. Jon's Tangs on the other hand, I believe Jon himself finds it funny how his team of 'Boys found their way into the playoffs at the expense of the MNF kick in the future land of no-manhood that Steve took and is just happy to be here this season. The future is very bright for the Tangs. The Eaters move on to face the second best GM in the league in the AFC Title game.
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