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Hello and welcome back to your final TSL Quarterback Power Rankings of the year!


Another regular season is in the books and teams are eager to lace up their cleats this Saturday and chase that playoff immortality.  A few teams are feeling VERY confident in their chances while others already know they have about zero chance of taking home a championship trophy... but there are also a lot of teams in the middle in that "we COULD win it all with a few lucky breaks" category, and that's what makes sports so exciting.  Even if you weren't as good as you wanted to be over the past eight weeks, there's nothing stopping you from putting together a few good games and finishing the year on top of your division.  This is why we play the game, folks.


For our last article of the season (the Power Rankings Committee doesn't work during playoffs) this is what we have for you:

  • QB Power Rankings - the definitive end of year QB Power Rankings.  There's no "maybe I'll move up next week" so we hope you like your rankings QBs - you're stuck with them for a while.
  • Division by Division Review - in depth coverage of each divisions leaders on offense, defense and net point differentials, plus playoff "predictions" (kind of) and a final look at favorites, contenders, and pretenders
  • Final Observations on the Fall 2021 Season - it's a long offseason (especially for us: we don't rank the TSL Winter session QBs) so these are some final thoughts for the year






#1 Chris Cole - Public Enemy - (Previous Rank #1)

Last Week:  Beat Sticky Bandits 40-6, lost to Eyes Downtown 41-33


They won't finish their last ever season undefeated after a loss to rival Eyes Downtown, but Public Enemy WILL finish in first place in the standings and with the best offense in the TSL (42.9 PPG).  A quick recap on the tail end of Cole's career if his retirement plans hold and he rides off into the sunset as expected: we've done our Power Rankings 39 times across five seasons now and Cole has been ranked first in 22 of those, second in 10, and third in 7.  He has never been lower than third.  The GOAT retires on top of the Power Rankings... but he'd much rather retire with another D1 championship under his belt in a couple weeks.


#2 Bobby McConnell - Eyes Downtown - (Previous Rank #2)

Last Week:  Beat Public Enemy 41-33


Last season Bobby was the only QB to beat otherwise undefeated Tight Ends in Motion.  This season he's the only QB to beat otherwise undefeated Public Enemy.  Eyes Downtown earned the first round bye that many assumed would belong to Tight Ends in Motion in the offseason, and they beat Public Enemy this week to prove that they're viable contenders for the championship.  Shame on us for thinking Eyes Downtown would be an afterthought in the D1 title picture this season.


#3 Matty "Ice" Ditullio - A&A / The Angels - (Previous Rank #3)

Last Week:  Did Not Play


No games for Matty Ice this week, but he proves his value in absentia as his "won 14 games in a row" teams combined to go 0-2 without him quarterbacking this week.


#4 David "Bro" Kleckler - Tight Ends in Motion - (Previous Rank #4)

Last Week:  Beat Losing Streak 34-22


Their two game losing streak to Losing Streak is now over and Tight Ends end the season the way they'd planned to begin it: with a win.  They've lost their grip on the first round bye so their path will be that much harder now, but Bro and team are still the World Champions until someone can knock them out of the playoffs.  If their whole team somehow showed up we would love their chances... but we haven't seen Kyle or Nick in weeks, so we're thinking this is who they are right now: talented but vulnerable.


#5 Seth Molisani - Slob Kabombs / Buffalo Vice - (Previous Rank #6)

Last Week:  Beat Sticky Bandits 30-21, lost to Eyes Downtown 44-43 (Slob Kabombs), lost to Breast Friends 36-30


Slob Kabombs are now third in D1 in scoring behind only Public Enemy and Eyes Downtown, they're fourth in the division standings, and they've been beaten by Eyes Downtown twice in the last two weeks by only a single point each time.  Forfeits aside, these guys haven't lost by more than one point since Week 3 of this season.  Fair to say a lot of people are underestimating Seth and team, but they shouldn't be.  With this level of talent it's not IMPOSSIBLE they're playing in the D1 finals in a couple weeks.


#6 Jordan Lawson - Losing Streak / Victorious Secret - (Previous Rank #5)

Last Week:  Lost to Tight Ends in Motion 34-22 (Losing Streak), lost to Blitzkrieg 51-25 (Victorious Secret)


Losing Streak finished their inaugural D1 campaign with a pair of wins against short handed Tight Ends in Motion squads, some very close losses and some losses that... well, weren't as close.  Losing Streak can attest to the fact that yes, there is a pretty big jump between D2 and D1.  But Jordan held his own more often than not, and Losing Streak finished 1 PPG shy of Slob Kabombs for third best offense in their division.  They ALSO finished 1 PPG shy of worst defense in the entire TSL, so that held them back more than anything.  We wouldn't give them very good championship odds, but they went 2-1 against their first round opponent, so they definitely have a shot of making it to the next round.  And Victorious Secret finished tied for the second best record in D6 (thanks in part to some forfeits, sure) which is a huge success for that team this session.  We could see the Victorious ladies upsetting TMA in a title game if everything bounced their way.


#7 Mike Thomas - Sticky Bandits - (Previous Rank #7)

Last Week:  Did Not Play


No Mike Thomas at the fields this week so the Sticky Bandits (or what passed for a Sticky Bandits squad with whoever they could scrape together this week) had Adrian Cannon quarterbacking for them.  The one time Mike played against Slob Kabombs earlier this season it came down to the final play, so we're expecting a good matchup in the first round of playoffs between those two teams.


#8 Dylan Jaloza - TopShot - (Previous Rank #9)

Last Week:  Beat A&A 19-16


A&A will not finish the season undefeated as Dylan Jaloza handed them their first loss this week in Matty's absence.  19 points isn't a great day at the office for Dylan, but a win's a win, and TopShot tied for the best record in the division.  Of course they had the best record in D3 last session and famously flamed out, but we don't THINK that will happen this season against Passed Our Prime?  Probably?


#9 Dylan Day - Scared Hitless - (Previous Rank #8)

Last Week:  Did Not Play


A Topper forfeit gives Scared Hitless their seventh win of the season after recording only two last session.  A pretty huge improvement for the Hitless men and women to go from bottom feeders to championship contenders that quickly.  


#10 Patrick "Topper" McGovern - When Dove Cries - (Previous Rank #10)

Last Week:  Did Not Play


Fearful of the Scared Hitless women, Topper wisely forfeited to avoid the embarrassment of... no, actually he was in Ellicottville this weekend so he gave himself a rare day off.  With the forfeit loss When Dove Cries finishes with a losing record, but these vets have played this game long enough to know that regular season doesn't mean a whole lot.  Legends are made in the playoffs, and if last season's Championship game appearance is any indication, these guys know how to turn it up when it counts.


#11 Alex Buchlis - The Notorious BNB - (Previous Rank #11)

Last Week:  Did Not Play


No Buchlis at the fields again this week as Notorious BNB (like many other teams in Week 8) played with a slew of subs.  


#12 Jeremy "Hogan" Olsen - Passed Our Prime - (Previous Rank #12)

Last Week:  Lost to Bullet Club 59-33


Stop us if you've heard this before: Passed Our Prime finishes in the Top Ten in the TSL for offensive points per game, and dead last in points against.  Yes, by losing to Bullet Club 59-33 they've officially passed the defunct Titsburgh Feelers for the distinction of worst defense in the League.  Hogan continues to shine on O, but it's hard to take this team seriously as a contender until they decide to play both sides of the ball.


#13 Jeremy Burr - The Untouchaballs - (Previous Rank #13)

Last Week:  Beat Freeballers 27-20, lost to Last Dance 36-35


The Jeremy Burr experiment has worked out great for Untouchaballs so far this session as they finished the regular season in second place in D3.  They DID own a tiebreaker over Grey Hair - Don't Care (for what it's worth), so Untouchaballs were actually just two points away from locking up the top seed this past week if they only could have gotten past Last Dance.  And yet... they got killed by Cobblestone earlier this season (whom they would have played in the first round had they won the #1 seed) and they've beaten 4th & Dong (whom they'll play against now as the #2 seed) so maybe second place is better than first for this team based on the matchup.


#14 Travis Cleveanger - Breast Friends - (Previous Rank #15)

Last Week:  Beat Buffalo Vice 36-30


Breast Friends finishes this season fourth in the TSL in points per game and, more importantly, they have wins over two of the top three teams in this division (Vaspian escaping them by just one score).  If Travis rolls out a complete team on Saturday for the playoffs, they'll be tough to beat.


#15 Joey Batts - Cunning Stunts - (Previous Rank #16)

Last Week:  Beat Falconies 27-22


Cunning Stunts have a better record in the same division as Breast Friends, so the obvious choice would be to move Joey ahead of Travis in our Power Rankings on that basis alone.  But Breast Friends have 1.6 PPG more than the Stunts (who are fifth in the TSL in offense) AND the head to head win, which is why Joey gets slighted in our final Power Rankings of the year.  We do think the Stunts are the odds on favorites to win the D4 championship this year for what it's worth, as their defense is significantly better than Breast Friends.


#16 Brandt Dubey - XTC - (Previous Rank #14)

Last Week:  Lost to Notorious BNB 44-32


XTC finished 3-6 and clearly a tier below the top teams in D2, but their point differential isn't as bad as their record so maybe they've got a shot at upsetting some teams in the playoffs.  Their first round opponent is When Dove Cries and the combined QB age will be north of 90 again (we wonder what the record is... Woodpeckers vs Come From Behind has to be up there?) but we still expect Dubey to put points on the board and challenge for a spot in the D2 semi-finals.


#17 Dave Eickhoff - Grey Hair - Don't Care - (Previous Rank #17)

Last Week:  Beat Cobblestone 28-8


Grey Hair - Don't Care finishes the Fall 2021 Regular Season on top of the D3 standings, which honestly surprised the hell out of us given the struggles they've had to be consistent week in and week out over the past few sessions.  Eickhoff is playing great football and after seeing All We Do is Quinn, Scared Hitless and the Sticky Bandits steal his thunder in D3 the past few seasons, we think it might finally be his time.


#18 Scott Drosendahl - Bullet Club / 4th & Dong - (Previous Rank #19)

Last Week:  Beat the Angels 32-26 (4th & Dong)


It had been way too long since Scotty Ballgame picked up a W, and now the world feels right again.  Playing against the first all-gender team in recent memory (our records don't go far back enough to know if there had ever been an ALL girls team before... someone tell us if you know!) Scotty did enough to lock up the win and push 4th & Dong into the playoffs with some momentum.  We don't expect Bullet Club to have much success against A&A (tough matchup despite this week's win) but hey, 4th & Dong could make a run.


#19 Brian Orzechowski - Vaspian - (Previous Rank #18)

Last Week:  Lost to Zack Attack 31-20


The "not so undefeated" Brian O finally lost a game, though allegedly with a shell of a team this week against Zack Attack.  This week was rough for a lot of teams with attendance, so we don't read too much into it.  Vaspian finished 7-2 and they have the second best defense in the TSL at only 21.4 PPG allowed.  Moving down a division was the right choice for this team... although if they win out in the playoffs, they'll find themselves right back in D3 again next session.


#20 Darryl Carr - Cobblestone - (Previous Rank #20)

Last Week:  Lost to Grey Hair - Don't Care 28-8


8 points isn't a great week, but fuck it.  Darryl is a legend.  'Nuff said.


#21 Joe Miano - Falconies - (Previous Rank #21)

Last Week:  Lost to Puckett All-Stars 38-19, lost to Cunning Stunts 27-22


Falconies had a chance to really insert themselves into the title picture this week by beating Puckett All-Stars and Cunning Stunts, which would have tied them for the best record in the division.  Instead they lost both games and finished at 5-4, one of six teams in D4 with five wins.  No, they didn't have their full roster, and yes, they hope to do better next week for playoffs, but now they have a first round date with Vaspian and that could be a tough nut to crack even for a great quarterback like Joe Miano.


#22 Steve Moser - Itches and Ohs - (Previous Rank #23)

Last Week:  Beat Today's Feast 68-36


Sixty eight points!  Moser moves up in our final Power Rankings of the season with a dominant showing over Today's Feast.  We're still concerned about their "sixth worst in the TSL" defense but it won't matter if they can keep scoring to the Moser/Streeter girls, who combined for seven gender TDs last week.


#23 Nick Hawes - Spinelli's Plumbing - (Previous Rank #22)

Last Week:  Did Not Play


No game for Spinelli's who were already done for the season.  Nick was one of only four QBs this year whose team averaged 40+ PPG on offense.


#24 Brandon "B" Ford - (Previous Rank #24)

Last Week:  Beat Titsburgh Feelers 32-18


Crazy to think that Practice Squad, one of the most respected teams in D4, will not be playing in the postseason this session, but that's just how it's gone for B and company lately.  Beating the Titsburgh Feelers replacement team is a fun end to the season... but not the end that they had in mind a few months ago.  Practice Squad will be back, we have no doubt.


#25 TJ Ferguson - Puckett All-Stars - (Previous Rank #26)

Last Week:  Beat GUCCI 50-41, beat Falconies 38-19


Well we were clearly wrong about the playoff scenario last week because Puckett All-Stars won out their last couple games and made the playoffs.  This team usually saves an extra gear for the last games of the season so we shouldn't be surprised.  Scoring 88 points in the final week of the season is a good way to get some momentum at the right time too.  Puckett ends the session as the sixth seed but they're playing against a three seed next week that was only a single point better on total point differential this year, so it SHOULD be a close matchup against Buffalo Vice.


#26 Zack Elphick - Zack Attack - (Previous Rank #25)

Last Week:  Beat Vaspian 31-20


We thought Vaspian would be a brutal opponent for Zack Attack to finish the regular season against, but the Attack clearly didn't mind.  They finished the season 5-4 and in possession of the final playoff spot in D4, which means a date with Cunning Stunts in the opening round of playoffs.  Tough matchup for most teams but... didn't Zack Attack DESTROY the Stunts just a few weeks ago?  This might be a candidate for a huge 1 seed vs 8 seed upset.


#27 Paul Lovullo - Come From Behind - (Previous Rank #27)

Last Week:  Beat Woodpeckers 28-14


Come From Behind finished in second place for point differential in the entire TSL, a mere 0.07 PPG behind some team you've never heard of (Public Enemy?  Are we saying that right?).  This team won games, and they won them PRETTY easily.  Paul has been phenomenal slinging the ball around on O, but it's worth pointing out that they were also the #1 defense in the TSL at only 20.9 PPG allowed.  This is a SOLID team, and barring a disaster (ie Paul doesn't show up) they should be playing for a title in a couple weeks. 


#28 John Langley - Travis Henry's Kids - (Previous Rank #28)

Last Week:  Lost to TMA twice (56-18 and 44-22)


We figured TMA vs Travis Henry's Kids was going to be a D6 finals preview, but now we hope it wasn't.  Travis Henry's Kids were outscored 100-40 this week in a pair of games against TMA, which doesn't give us much optimism for John Langley's chances in the finals.  Still, it was the last week of the season and most teams were shorthanded so maybe it doesn't mean anything?  We'll find out in a couple of weeks, as THK has earned a first round bye so they're already through to the D6 semi-finals.


#29 Kelly Kane - GUCCI - (Previous Rank #29)

Last Week:  Lost to 4th & Dong 32-26, lost to Puckett All-Stars 50-41


Kelly scored 41 points in a losing effort against Puckett All-Stars this week, then nearly beat 4th & Dong in her TRUE gender team subbing appearance with the Angels.  Two losses to end the season, but all things considered not a bad week:  she scored a ton of points with GUCCI, and then narrowly lost with a team of receivers she'd never played with before.  Kelly should only get better as she acclimates to new teams/people/rules etc in the TSL next session.  Keep an eye on this one.


#30 "Coach" Jay Jaskier - Wasted Potential - (Previous Rank #30)

Last Week:  Did Not Play


No game for Wasted Potential this week.





Division by Division Review


For our final stats review of the season, we're going to show you the following:


  • The breakdown of best offenses, defenses and net point differentials per division
  • A graph of average point differentials per game for each division with the same "Favorites, Contenders, Pretenders" logic we used earlier this year (if you're winning games by an average of 6+ PPG, you're a Favorite in green; if you're losing by an average of 6+ PPG, you're a Pretender in red; all other teams are yellow in the middle; these are not OUR judgments on who falls into each category, it's strictly based on the math)
  • A quick twitter sized recap of the division heading into playoffs, and then identifying which teams are "overrated" and "underrated" in each group.  Note that these last two categories are based purely on what we see in the scores and stats, NOT our own personal feelings of players on each team (we might personally think Joey Batts is overrated, but if the underlying numbers say his team is in fact underrated, that's where we'll include it below) so TRY not to be offended.


And away we go!



Division 1



The Headline:  Public Enemy is the favorite to retire at the top of their game if they can survive challenges from Eyes Downtown and Tight Ends in Motion; the other three teams have the talent to score an upset, but not the consistency to go the distance.


Underrated:  Tight Ends in Motion were short-handed or injured for most of their losses; if they're STILL short handed or injured during playoffs then they don't stand a chance, but if they've got the whole "D1 winning roster" available to them over the next couple of weeks, then they're a lot better than the stats you're seeing above.  Also potentially underrated are Slob Kabombs, whose point differential in our chart above is being tanked by their rough start to the season when they were outscored 49-98.  Since those first two games though (and excluding two forfeit losses) they're +18 in their last five games, so they're clearly the best team outside of the "Big Three".


Overrated:  Losing Streak and Sticky Bandits have wins against backups and wins via forfeit (and in Sticky's case, a win over Losing Streak); take those away, and they haven't REALLY beaten any of the other four teams yet.  Tough to bet on either of these teams to go the distance when they haven't done it yet all season (even though they've both been maddeningly close at times).



Division 2



The Headline:  A&A has a slight edge over their two real contenders (Scared Hitless & TopShot) and everyone else is hoping for upsets.


Underrated:  D2 teams finished in almost exactly the order their point differential would suggest they should, so hard to say anyone is "overrated" or "underrated" here... but we'll go with A&A as our most underrated team, even though they're in first place.  They STILL haven't lost with Matty starting at QB (their only loss came in the last week of the season when he was out) and if we throw out that one 19-16 outlier loss their point differential per game increases to +9.5 PPG.  That isn't MUCH better than their best rivals, but it separates them from the pack just a little bit more.


Overrated:  Believe it or not we'll choose the LAST place team in this division as the most overrated, only because Bullet Club's stats are inflated by their last game of the season when Travis QBed.  Take away that one game and they're still winless with their starter, AND their point differential per game drops from -10.89 down to -15.50.  Tough to picture an upset against A&A in the first round, right?



Division 3



The Headline:  No clear cut favorite means that a handful of teams could realistically win the D3 championship... Cobblestone isn't one of those.


Underrated:  The Angels are on a 6 game winning streak with their starting QB present, and their slim lead in point differential per game would only get bigger if we throw out their 6 point loss in Matty's absence this week.  They're not MUCH better than the rest of the division so by no means are they strong favorites to take home a title, but they've got the best offense and best point differential, plus a QB who hasn't lost a game since August.  Read that again. (Sorry, couldn't help ourselves Matty).


Overrated:  It's Grey Hair - Don't Care.  They're winning games and that's what's important, but many sports statisticians believe point differential is a better indicator for future success than your past win/loss record, and Grey Hair - Don't Care is shockingly average for a first place team.  They're fourth in their division in point differential, seventh in offense, and they're really only exceptional on the defensive side.  Good enough for a 7-2 record apparently, but maybe not good enough to beat the teams BELOW them in the standings when it counts.  Maybe they'll prove us wrong.



Division 4



The Headline:  The TSL's most wide open division has 8 teams with winning records and positive point differentials; it's anyone's guess who wins this thing


Underrated:  We were tempted to go with Breast Friends only because they're fifth in their division despite having the second best point differential per game, but we're going to pick Vaspian instead.  A FULL strength Vaspian team (Brian and receivers) has yet to lose a game this session.  It's obviously cherry picking to throw out a team's short handed games and compare that to the rest of their division (if we throw out Vaspian's short handed games we should throw out EVERY team's short handed games to make it apples to apples, so this is highly irresponsible math) but just for fun let's do it anyway.  Vaspian is +55 over a nine game season, but if we toss out their first game (no Brian) and their last (many other missing players) they're +88 over seven games, which would be +12.57 PPG... good enough to pass Cunning Stunts for best in the division, and fourth best in the entire TSL.


Overrated:  Itches and Ohs finished fourth in the standings despite being sixth in point differential.  Okay that's not a BIG gap, but it's also inflated by beating an already eliminated Today's Feast in the final week of the season by 32 points.  Take THAT away and their point differential per game would drop from +4.67 to +1.25, which would drop them behind Zack Attack and Falconies for 8th best in the division.  



Division 5



The Headline:  Spinelli's Plumbing and Come From Behind are likely to play for the championship; Wasted Potential is the only other team with a chance


Underrated:  Come From Behind finished second in the entire TSL in point differential per game, just a fraction behind Public Enemy and nearly 9 points per game better than Wasted Potential (who are ahead of Come From Behind in the standings).  For a third place team, they look an awful lot like a first place team.  We're not saying they're the best team in their division necessarily (dig into the numbers a bit and you can argue Spinelli's is absolutely better) but it does mean CFB is probably underrated.


Overrated:  The numbers might suggest that Wasted Potential is slightly overrated (their win/loss record probably exceeds what it should based on point differentials) but they've also been missing their starting QB at points in the season, so if anything they're debatably underrated for playoffs.  Instead we'll choose Woodpeckers as our VERY slightly "overrated" team here since they finished in fourth on tiebreakers despite their point differentials suggesting they should be 6th.  But that's really splitting hairs.  Most teams in this division are pretty accurately seeded.



Division 6



The Headline:  TMA should win the division... but every other team has a real chance of beating them


Underrated:  Definitely Blitzkrieg.  They finished next to last in their division (tied for the worst record), but their point differential suggests they could be the second best team in D6.  It wouldn't be a complete shocker to see these guys beating TMA in the championship game.  Sure, they're 1-2 against TMA this season, but they've actually outscored the #1 seed by 10 total points throughout those three games.  Blitzkrieg easily has the best playoff odds of any 3-6 team in the League right now.


Overrated:  Where to begin?  Apologies in advance to "girl power" and our TSL feminists.  In our defense, we took the Angels and "honorable mentioned" Breast Friends as underrated above so we're not THAT misogynistic (we LOVE our female refs, Jon Gruden doesn't know shit!) but in D6 it looks like Lenny's Ladies and Victorious Secret are both overrated teams.  Lenny's Ladies benefited from some "Top Ten in the Power Rankings" QB subs throughout the session that won't be available during the playoffs, while Victorious Secret benefited from two forfeit wins this season.  Take all that away, and you've got two good teams... but not as good as their stats/record would suggest.  Oh and we'll throw Travis Henry's Kids under the bus here as well.  Second best record in the division but they have a negative point differential?  Every other second place team is about +6 to +7 PPG and Travis Henry's Kids are -3.2!  What a crazy division.




Final Observations


Here are some final thoughts, in no particular order

  • We ranked a bunch of random things this year in addition to QBs: female receivers, male receivers, bar legends, overrated/underrated teams etc.  Next year we'll TRY to advertise these things a week in advance in our article, so if you have any thoughts ("you're doing female pass rushers next week?  you've GOT to include Maggie!") you'll have a chance to convince us before we publish anything.
  • If you have any thoughts about what we SHOULD rank next year, shoot us an email and let us know!  We've already got a few ideas for new things to rank that you're going to absolutely HATE next session.
  • There were two remaining undefeated teams last week (Public Enemy and A&A)... and both of them lost on Saturday.  Ignoring Breakfast Club, this marks four seasons in a row now without a true undefeated squad in the League. Think about that for a second: there have been 24 divisions over four seasons, and not ONE of them has had an undefeated champion.  Winning is hard in this league!
  • There were three remaining winless teams last week between Bullet Club, TOX and Super Freaks... and two of them won!  Okay, TOX via forfeit, but it still counts.  Super Freaks is the only winless team this session.  Last year we ALSO had one winless team (Juiced) so apparently it's easier to go winless in the TSL than it is to go undefeated.
  • Several long winning streaks (Public Enemy, A&A, the Angels, Vaspian) were broken this week, mostly due to attendance issues.  The longest current winning streak in the League now belongs to Spinelli's Plumbing who started 0-1 and have won 8 in a row since.
  • The longest losing streak in the League now belongs to Super Freaks at 9 games in a row, but we feel mean even pointing that out.
  • Remember when COVID check-ins were a thing?  Good to know that everyone in the TSL was super cool and understanding about it, but yeah, let's hope we're never forced to do that again.
  • We don't know exactly how long Public Enemy has existed, but we DO know that when they're gone next season Cobblestone will become the longest continuously operating team in the League (this excludes teams like Come From Behind or A&A that took time off from the League at some point).  Cobblestone might ALREADY be the longest continuously running team (we have no way of knowing if they or Public Enemy came first) but we can say with 100% certainty that it will be Cobblestone after Public Enemy is gone.  Never retire, Darryl!


And that's it for this year!  As always, if you have any thoughts on why you hate this article (your team’s QB should be ranked higher?  you miss us in the playoffs/winter session?  we went another full session without mentioning your name once?) please send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..   Seriously, we can do this BETTER if you TELL us about your team!


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