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Jorsemen pull even in Lombardi

With T.N.T.'s loss this week, the Jorsemen had a chance to pull into a tie with them for the lead in the Lombardi division. And they took advantage of that chance. The Jorsemen(6-5) beat the Dirty Dozen(4-7) by a score of 67-30 as the Dirty Dozen's hopes of a postseason berth officially ended. Jorsemen QB Jeff Garcia threw two TDs including a 76 yarder to lead the way for the Jorsemen as they head into a battle of 6-5 Lombardi teams with T.N.T. next week. The Dirty Dozen play the spoiler as they face the Outlaws next week.

Rynos edge T.N.T.

T.N.T.(6-5) lost a tough game this week as they dropped into a tie with the Jorsemen for the Lombardi division lead. The final score in this dogfight was the Rynos 46, T.N.T. 44. The Rynos(8-3) kept the heat on for the best record in the league as WR Terrell Owens extended his UFFA record with his fourth career player of the week award. He scored 30 points. T.N.T. was led by QB Aaron Brooks' 14 points. The game of the year for them is next week with a battle with the Jorsemen while the Rynos also play a HUGE division game with the Tattoo Crew.

Wolfpack give all they got, don't come through

The woeful Wolfpack(2-9) scored a season-high 71 points, but matched up against another team that scored a season high as they lost to the Stallions(5-6), 80-71. With the win, the Stallions remain in contention for a wild card berth and play a game against the team just ahead of them in the race, the Roscoes, next week. The Wolfpack play the Warriors. WR Hines Ward scored a game high 28 points to lead the Stallions. They have now scored an average of 79 points in the last two weeks as they are getting hot at the right time.

Night Hawks win their 7th straight game

The Night Hawks(9-2) kept their best record in the league and clinched a first round bye in the playoffs as the Tattoo Crew(7-4) became their next victim in a 60-46 game. The Crew lost for the first time in 5 games while the Hawks continued on a league record 7 game winning streak. They play the in-house rival Fightin' Antz this week while the Tattoo Crew can tie for the division lead as they play the leading Rynos in week 12.

Warriors stay alive, put Roscoes in precarious position

The Warriors(5-6) beat the Roscoes(6-5) and made the wild card race a bit more interesting. With the 68-56 win, the Warriors stayed alive and within a game of the wild card. This week, the Warriors have an easy game against the Wolfpack, but lost Donovan McNabb to injury for the rest of the season and playoffs. The Roscoes could go a LONG way towards clinching with a win against the Stallions.

Outlaws stay alive mathematically

The Outlaws(5-6) kept their SLIM hopes alive with a victory over the suddenly lackluster Fightin' Antz. The final score was 57-37. The Outlaws need a lot of help if they want to attempt to defend their Magoo Bowl I championship. While the Antz have been playing for next year for a few weeks now. The Antz play the league leading Night Hawks while the Outlaws need to win to stay alive for another week against the Dirty Dozen.