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Everything should be updated. Box scores, transactions, standings, etc...



The site has been updated as much as I can. I figured out how to get it back up, I know what I did, but I don't know why it worked. I'll take it.

It should have been updated two weeks ago as that's when I figured out why the site was down. Unfortunately, most of the of the files were lost or corrupted in what I can only assume was a harddrive issue. In any case I've lost all my IFFL files between 2014 and 2017. The biggest problem I haven't been able to overcome is that I can't update player prices other than 4th year players. I don't think it'll be a big issue but if anybody was expecting a price change and didn't get it, that's why.

I now have all my files backed up on two USB sticks and an external hard drive, surely that'll insure that nothing happens to them.

Trade Deadline is jsut around the corner - Oct. 30, 2019

Bedford, IN - The IFFL Trade Deadline is Monday, Nov. 3, 2019 at 11:59 PM.

Many trades have already taken place so far this season with big names such as DeAndre Hopkins, Odell Beckham and Leonard Fournette having changed teams. With that much action already having taken place there may not be much movement this weekend, but we wouldn't be surprised to see a last second flurry take place.

No A.B.!!! - Sep. 15, 2019

Chicago, IL- The Chicago ownership has suspended WR Antonio Brown pending team and League investigation. Mr. Brown will still receive a paycheck.

Owner Shadd Wright, " Chicago cannot in good faith look the other way no matter who the athlete is or how dominant they are on the field. Chicago takes allegations like these against Mr. Brown very seriously.

We are not saying Mr. Brown is guilty. Chicago is built on integrity and will always set the standard when it comes to our legendary franchise!"

QB Andrew Luck to retire from the IFFL - Sep. 5, 2019
Congrats to the Indy Animals!! - Jul. 28, 2019

Bedford, INDIANA - The Tequila Sunrise have fallen to the Indy Animals in IFFL Super Bowl XXIII. The Indy Animals have now appeared in the last three IFFL Super Bowls, winning two of them.

The game was an offensive chess match as neither defensive squad deigned to show up. The Animals offense was humming on all cylinders. QB Dak Prescott led an incredibly balanced offense with nearly every player scoring in the game. While Tequila's Patrick Mahomes led drive after drive he was unable to overcome the loss of RB Todd Gurley and the Animals relentless offensive attack, utlimately resulting in a wire to wire Animals win.

Sept. 05, 2016
  • Whispers out of Los Angeles indicate that the team is hopeful that the recent trade for LeVeon Bell will motivate him to sign his tender and get on the field. It also wouldn't hurt the Lords playoff chances.

  • Word out of Philly is that ownership is very upset that they don't play the Los Angeles Lords this season as owner Avan Beaver want to make his Dad (LA owner, Jason Beaver) bow down to the Dark Side!

  • Reports from San Antonio are that RB LeVeon Bell was challenging the team and threatened to not show up until Week 10. These reports are apparently what led to Bell's trade this week to the Los Angeles Lords.

  • Rumors abound that ex-Mexican't LeVeon Bell was holding out to protest San Antonio's "utter lack of creativity" when it comes to drafting. When asked about this rumor Mexican't owner Tanya Harless' official response was, "Shut up."

  • WR Eric Decker retired from the IFFL only days after being drafted by the Los Angeles Lords. Word is that he was absolutely despondent to not be a Whaler any longer. In an unrelated move, the Hartford Whalers have hired the form wideout to an upper management position in the organization.
September 05, 2016
  • I think that Thursday games are a blight upon the sport and have no place other than opening week and Thanksgiving.

  • I think if QB DeSean Watson can duplicate half of what he did last year for a full season then the Tequila Sunrise could dominate in 2018.

  • I think that in honor of the late Burt Reynolds there should be an exhibition game of players versus owners.

  • I think (in no particular order) that these are the top seven teams heading into the 2018 season:

    1. Chicago Fightin' Ditkas
    2. Los Angleles Lords
    3. Taipei Personality
    4. Tequila Sunrise
    5. New Delhi Subs
    6. Hartford Whalers
    7. Pittsburgh Peanut Butter Balls

  • I think it is impossible to hide the wires for a mounted television in the league offices without forgetting at least one.

  • I still think that Taipei is in the far east regardless of divisions.

  • I think that the sound of rain pitter-pattering on the roof is... conducive to...zzzzzzzzzzzzz....

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