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 on: December 15, 2010, 05:57:55 PM 
Started by Andrew-Neutral - Last post by Andrew-Neutral
Hi all,

I realise everything has gone quiet (I believe Paul has a new addition to keep him occupied at the moment), but I thought I let everyone know what is going to happen with my FWL stats site.

The site was hacked in April - I thought that this was my fault and I went through all kinds of trouble cleaning up everything and making sure it was secure. Whilst the site was down, Paul saved all the stats ready for when it was back live. Paul will send me the files when he gets chance.

The hosting contract for my site expires soon and I've decided not to renew - it turns out that the site got hacked via a vulnerability in their servers. I'm going to host the site with a different provided, but not straight away. So, the stats will not be available for a while, but once we know when/if the next season is going to start, I'll try to make sure the site is back on line. Whether it will have the same address, I don't know.


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 on: June 10, 2010, 08:11:30 PM 
Started by Paris - Last post by Paris
Getting to the Playoffs is one thing, advancing to the next round is a whole new world. The not ready for Prime Time team is licking its wounds and preparing for a more positive showing next season. Odds appear long for the Musketeers to even repeat as a playoff team next season. However, preparation is already underway to ensure the success of last season is a building block for next season. Experience is a motivator.

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 on: June 03, 2010, 03:38:25 AM 
Started by jcompton-Orlando - Last post by Paul-London
Yeah good on you for keeping with a veteran QB.  I think in the past Dinwiddie was always a good QB but often was surrounded by poor talent but often did alright.

He finally had some good weapons on offense/defense (Moulton turned out to be a superb pick) and Dinwiddie has soared.  Lots of new GM's often bring in their own QB but its good you were patient with Dinwiddie

 4 
 on: May 29, 2010, 10:21:56 PM 
Started by jcompton-Orlando - Last post by Paris
Regardless of the game's outcome, Dinwiddie easily is the Musketeers MVP, and  CB Rashaad Moulton earned his keep for Paris this season.

 5 
 on: May 28, 2010, 04:38:19 PM 
Started by jcompton-Orlando - Last post by jcompton-Orlando
Hazen Choates. I wonder what happened to him?

I don't know, but in addition to the two lady kickers, I'm going to ask that we have a "Hazen Choates" in the draft class, because that's one hell of a name.

 6 
 on: May 27, 2010, 03:21:37 PM 
Started by jcompton-Orlando - Last post by Andrew-Neutral
I didn't realise Ryan Dinwiddie is a Boise State product. Back in the late 80s, we would watch the Manchester Spartans beating everybody - their QB was from Boise State, a guy called Hazen Choates. I wonder what happened to him?

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 on: May 27, 2010, 11:04:54 AM 
Started by jcompton-Orlando - Last post by Paul-London
Well some of the choices arent that bad. DE Hand had 20 sacks and the Surge were the best team in the FWL.  The Austrian choice looks bad though.  BUT i think the software awards 'points' to each player during games if they make a good play etc.  Thats how it calculates weekly mvp's and the all-pro squad.

It shouldnt be about who had the most touchdowns etc or sacks.  Granted Hand led the league but the Surge really had a huge year and one major reason why is Hand.  Its like interceptions, a player who has 8 ints isnt necessarily the best DB, perhaps he has a great CB opposite him (Look at the Raiders Asmougah who hardly has any ints).  'Could' be the same for Freeman ?  He plays so well teams try to get away from him and run at other players on his d-line.

Davey until Week 13 was the MVP of the league i would say, if it wasnt for that huge loss to London in the final week then Davey would have had the top seed in the EFC.  As we know the All-FWL team is based on the regular season, in the regular season Davey had 23 td's, 3rd all time and didnt have a great rushing attack this year to help him but still went 10-4.

Stoener is a difficult one, had a good year but on paper doesnt seem the best AFC QB.  If the computer made a huge error, eg the MVP was a QB who threw for 700 yards i would change it but i 'think' the computer has its reasons.

Same for the All-FWL squad (i will get round to doing those !), unless a player is on the wrong squad i wont make any changes and go by what the computers said.

 8 
 on: May 27, 2010, 09:51:36 AM 
Started by jcompton-Orlando - Last post by jcompton-Orlando
I think your computer has developed a drinking problem.

 9 
 on: May 27, 2010, 03:28:13 AM 
Started by jcompton-Orlando - Last post by Paul-London
Here are the awards from last year (Computer always does these, i dont)...

MVP: QB Rohan Davey - hmm controversial choice but he had an amazing year
Rookie of the year: CB Rashad Moulton
AFC Offensive player of the year: QB Clint Stoerner
EFC Offensive player of the year: QB Rohan Davey
AFC Defensive player of the year: DE Octavious Hand - 20 sacks
EFC Defensive player of the year: DE Eddie T Freeman - 12 sacks - bit controversial !

 10 
 on: May 27, 2010, 01:14:27 AM 
Started by jcompton-Orlando - Last post by jcompton-Orlando
It's not impossible that he would be league MVP but I suspect Chapman will get that nod. But 19 TDs to zero INTs should at least be good for EFC tops.

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