The YFFL's two best teams will clash in Week 7
While there's still plenty of uncertainty all around the league after 6 weeks of YFFL action, there is little question as to who the two best teams
are in the AFC and NFC.
The Llamas remained undefeated as they scraped by the Thugs in a 49-45 nail biter thanks to 2 TDs (including one rushing!) from Coby
Fleener and the continued steady performance from DeMarco Murray, who has already surpassed his forgettable 2015 campaign. The Thugs had a
chance to steal a victory on Monday night, but Bilal Powell and Michael Floyd could only muster 6 points in the loss. The win keeps the Llamas 2 wins up
on Bear Poop in the AFC East.
Meanwhile, the Chickens got off to a hot start on Sunday and never looked back, dismantling the Dragons 67-26 in what some were calling
a potential NFC Championship preview. The Chickens amassed 7 touchdowns from Drew Brees (4) and LeSean McCoy (3) during the 1pm games, which was
more than enough to put the game away. The win moved them to 5-1 on the season and kept them a game up on the Beans in the NFC West.
That leaves us with a titanic Week 7 matchup between the AFC leading Llamas and the NFC leading Chickens in what could arguably be one of the
biggest regular season games in YFFL history. The Chickens stand-out rookie Ezekiel Elliott will unfortunately be out with a bye, but the ground game
should still be a heavy focus for both teams as DeMarco Murray (squaring off with his former team), Le'Veon Bell and Matt Jones will vie with
LeSean McCoy, Isaiah Crowell and Spencer Ware for backfield supremacy. Will the dream of an undefeated season live on for the Llamas or will the
return to greatness continue for the Chickens? We'll find out this week.
Elsewhere around the league, if anyone can make a claim for the MVP after only playing 2 of the first 6 games, Tom Brady is doing just that as he guided
Bear Poop to a second consecutive victory and has accounted for more than half their scoring in those games, the Beans won their third straight game thanks
to 3 TDs from Marcus Mariota, and instead of Romo to Bryant, it was Prescott to Beasley as the Tangs used their new Cowboy connection to roll
up 66 points on the Eaters.