Baltimore Saints Rookie QB Darrius Sample took control week one over the tough Delco Raiders.
Sample showed he is a duel threat QB and can make many big plays. This is just the begining of great season for this young man ..
The 2018 XEFL season has officially ended with the Championship on November 3rd at Walkers Mill complex in District Heights MD. The New Jersey Broncos beat the Eastern Shore Kings 22-12 to be crowned Champions.
The game was a defensive battle and was 0-0 at halftime. The Broncos defense got on the board in the 3rd qtr 2-0 with a safey fallowed by a td run by Shariff Perry and a completed 2 point conversion 10-0.
late in the 3rd QT Broncos QB Steven Chestnut with huge run to put the them up 16-0.
In the 4th Qtr the Kings fired back with 50 yard td run by Jermain Trader 16-6 fallowed by a Huge 68 yard td pass from Trader to Chris Cornish to get the Kings in close distance 16-12.
The Kings would get the ball back on their own 10 with 1 minute left and Broncos CB #1 Jay Cage made a huge INT to the house to put the Broncos up 22-12.
On JUNE 9th the New Jersey Pitbulls became the 2018 NEAFL Spring Champions, with a 35 - 20 victory over the Overbrook Ducks.
The NEAFL 2018 Championship was a great day of football for all in attendance at Marcus Foster Stadium , in Philadelphia PA.
NEAFL RECORD BREAKER!!!!!!!!
BIG DAY FOR RAFEE CHEESBORO OF THE BUCKS COUNTY REBELS ON OPENING WEEK AGAINST THE HARRISBURG SHARKS.
CHEESBORO EARLY IN THE 1ST QUARTER WASTED NO TIME AND TOOK A 93 YARD RECORD BREAKING KICK RETURN TO THE HOUSE TO PUT THE REBELS ON THE BOARD AGAINST THE SHARKS. HE BROKE THE PREVIOUSE RECORD OF 90 YARDS SET IN 2015 BY EASTERN SHORE ELEMENTS JERMAINE TRADER. CONGRATULATIONS !!!!
It's that time of the year again .......
The 2017 NEAFL Playoffs are in full wing. The National Confernece alignment is as fallows
#1 Tri County Owls, #2 New Jersey Pitbulls , #3 Clayton Eagles , #4 Bucks County Rebels, #5 Overbrook Ducks, and #6 Cumberland County Hawks.
The American Conference alignment #1 Delco Cowboys, #2 Eastern Shore Element , #3 Wilmington Wolfpack, #4 Delaware Fire , #5 Baltmiore Giants , #6 Delmarva Iron Eagles .
With the 2017 NEAFL Spring season fast approaching , we have many players who changed their homes.
2 big moves are WR David Palm and QB Magic Mears. ...
Palm a record breaking WR from the Delaware Fire has found a new home on the Eastern Shore Elements . He will add a lot of depth to E.S.E. and give Trader another target and keep deffenses on their feet. An American Conference contender.
Magic Mears a QB from the NJ Pitbulls , another record setter has found home with the Clayton Eagles. Mears guided the Eagles to the XEFL Fall championship in 2016 over the Eastern Shore Elements, and has decided to stay and call Clayton home. Mears with 2 Chips under his belt will definanlty make the Eagles a Spring a contender.
The Clayton Eagles captured the 2016 XEFL Fall Championship on November 12 th with a 33 to 6 victory over the Eastern Shore Element.. Eagles QB Magic Mears threw for 4 touchdown passes and recieved the Championship MVP award, Mears hit #24 Cam Bell for 2 stikes , and hit #27 Corey Purnell and #14 for scores. The Eagles runningback #0 Hulley Still also found the endzone for a 5 yard touchdown run, wile the defense came up big with a safety in the 1st Qt.
#2 Jermaine Trader Element's QB found the endzone in the 2nd quarter with a 2 yard touchdown run. That would be the Elements on score.
Both teams faught hard and completed another succesfull Fall season . Congrats to the Eagles on a hard fought season and victory.
The South Jersey Storm turned the "Paige" in 2016, when they picked up a 6'3 310 lb Fullback.
Desmond ran more like a steam engine out of control in week 2 against the South Jersey Tigers.
With the size a D- tackle and a 4.71 clocked forty he is definalty a force to take down.
The NEAFL rushing record 160 yards was held by Mike Peavey of the New Jersey Pitbulls from week one from the 2014 season. With 16 carries and 203 yards Desmond Walker you are the NEAFL Performer of the Week .
The NEAFL'S Week one Performer of the Week the Delco Cowboys Lamar Shaw.
Shaw came up huge week one bringing in 3 touchdowns and racking up 119 yards. His performance helped the Cowboys beat the Wilmington Wolfpack by a score of 34-0. This performance is nothing new for Shaw. He has been doing this year in and year out and has become one of if not the most dangerous WR in the league. With his performance week one Lamar Shaw is the week one PERFORMER OF THE WEEK ....
Congrats to the NEAFL 2015 MVP New Castle Saints QB #12 Jeff Cambell.
Jeff had a great year throwing for over 1100 yards and connecting for 18 touchdowns .
Jeff led the Saints to the American Conference title game against the Central Maryland Bills falling short just 21-13.
Jermaine Trader #2 from the Easter Shore Elements did not waste any time this week setting the tone for his team on Saturday against the Maryland Red Hawks. Trader opened the game with a 90 yard kick return touchdown and set a new NEAFL Record by 12 yards . Congrats to Jermaine and the Elements
This weeks Performer of the Week for week 2 is QB #5 Kevin Griffin of the
Maryland Red Hawks. Griffin threw for 245 yards and hit his target's for 2 touchdown passes.
Not only did he show he can throw the ball, but he showed he can run as well and added 2 more
touchdowns on the gound. Griffen led his team to a 45-6 vicotry over the Howard County Piranhas
and off to a 1-0 start in the American Division in the American Conference. Congrats top Kevin and
the Red Hawks
Due to weeks of bad weather and lots of rain, most players could hardly jog on the muddy field that Jim Profitt powered his way into the
endzone, and into the NEAFL record books. With 3 touchdowns today and one for 25 yards alone , Profitt broke a single game record
for 3 rushing touchdowns in one game. To top off his 3 TD's Profitt added a 4th TD with an Interception to the house.. His 4 touchdowns helped anchor the Delco Cowboys with a 30-0 victory over the South Jersey Hawks .
The Cowboys are now 2-0 and ranked #1 on the league .. Congrats to Jim and the Cowboys
Playing on snow, mud, and slippery wet surfaces yesterday in NEAFL week 1 football action, didn't stop these two from breaking an NEAFL record. After the South Jersey Thunder punted for the second time on the first drive of the game , the Phoenix received the ball deep in Thunder territory . It didn't take long for the pair to warm up , and after 2 running plays QB Magic Mear's hit WR Roy Bell for a 87 yard Strike .This is Magic's 4th NEAFL record . He currently holds most touchdown passes in a game with with 5 and most yards in a game with 306 yards and most offensive touchdown in a game as well . For Roy Bell this is his first record in the NEAFL , and possibly many more to come. Congratulations to both players.
QB #0 Steven Chestnut of the South Jersey Storm is this week's PERFORMER OF THE WEEK.
Steven led his team to a 28-14 victory over the South Jersey Thunder in the 2015 Kick off Classic. Chestnut threw 1 touchdown pass to #17 J.B Burks , and two 2 point conversion to #13 Richie Burks and # 5 Curtis Reese wile adding a 2 yard touchdown run on a QB sneak. Congrats to Mr. Chestnut and the South Jersey Storm
Atlantic City–Ernie Manna threw two touchdown passes, and the Delaware Fire’s defense returned a fumble for a touchdown as the Delaware Fire defeated the South Jersey Phoenix 20-18 in the inaugural NEAFL Bowl. South Jersey quarterback Magic Mears threw a late fourth quarter touchdown to tight end Steve Lewallan. However, the Fire were able to hold off the late charge by the Phoenix and win the game
The Delaware Fire merged with the Delaware County Cowboys for the 2014 season. “The way this team came together in about four weeks, you could not have asked for anything more. When two separate teams come together and make one family, I have never felt something like that in my life. We could not have done it without each other” said linebacker Steve Manerchia. Manerchia, who was later named NEAFL MVP, had an interception in the game. “I just felt a slant coming. He looked it down, and I was just in the right spot at the right time.”
Another key play in the game occurred when Fire linebacker Jose Matos recovered a fumble and lateralled the ball to Eric Durham, who ran in for a touchdown. “The Cowboys players had been to three straight conference championships, so they were hungry. It came down to who was hungrier, and we were hungrier than they were.”
The final key component in the game was a war between both team’s offensive and defensive lines. The Phoenix and the Fire gave their quarterbacks ample time into throw and at times both lines looked dominant in the running game. The Fire’s offensive line, just like the rest of the team, was a hodge-podge of players from different teams. “The first couple games were rough” stated guard T.J. Burgos. “After we settled down and got on the same page, we just started rocking.”
The 2014 NEAFL season will come to a close Saturday, June 28, when the Northern Conference will take on the Southern Conference in Jackson, N.J. Game time is 7 p.m.
Chris Franklin is a staff writer for Coach & Player Magazine and a member of both the Pro Football Writers of America and the Football Writers Association of America. Visit coachandplayer.com and follow Chris on Twitter @chrisfranklincp.
The (1) South Jersey Phoenix will host the (2) New Jersey Spartans on Sunday @4pm at the Vineland Midget Football Field on 3rd and Chestnut Ave in Vineland, NJ. The last time these 2 teams met it was a 18-12 dog fight with the Phoenix coming out on top in week 3 of the regular season.
The Phoenix will be led by QB Magic Mears and the Spartans are led by QB Dvon McGleese both QB’s have gotten their teams in a position to take the Title. Both teams defenses are at the top of the league with the Phoenix leading the league with only 44 points scored on them all year in regular season and the Spartans giving up 58.
Players to watch out for:
Spartans CB #3 Dante Bennett, who a record breaking and game-winning interception return for a TD is the Lock-Down CB in the secondary. The Phoenix better be careful if they throw the ball cause Dante will bring it to the house.
On the other side, Phoenix DE #91 Dom Townsend, could be the #1 DE in the league. He is fast off the ball and quick to his target. If the Spartans do not block Townsend and contain the outside they will have problems.
This is sure to be a game you wouldn’t want to miss.
The Delaware Fire will host the Delmarva Tyrants on Saturday at 1pm. The last time these 2 faced off the Fire came up with a 16-0 shut out in week 7.
The Fire will be lead by QB Ernie Manna and the Tyrants by QB Dwight Dennis. The Fire and Tyrants Defenses are very close with allowing only 63 points for the Fire and the 62 for the Tyrants during the regular season.
Key Players to Watch: Fire MLB #44 Steve Manerchia has played solid football all year. He at one point had more points then some offenses in the league. He’s a tackle to tackle hard nose gap filler, who will get the job done in the middle. Steve has about 7 INTs on the year as well so the Tyrants better watch the short passes.
On the other side, Tyrants DT #98 Carlos Briddell and DE #28 Demetries Fountain is the sack leaders of the Tyrants. Fountain comes with explosiveness and gets lots of preasure, while Briddell takes care of things between the tackles. The Fire will need to contain these two and keep preasure off of their QB.