2018 Spring League Week 2

Mr. Rogers Neighborhood After practically no rain since the Winter League about 2 months ago, rain came down on the field during the week, then it was clear on opening day of the Spring League and it was looking good for the whole day, until the next to last game between LB Ballers/Bertolotti Disposal, when the hail/lightning forced the stoppage at 345pm with 2:30 left in the first half. This game will be picked up where it left off in the form a double header later in season as will the last ... More

JFFL 2017 Winter Bowl Week 6

Mr. Rogers Neighborhood As usual, the Bowl Committee made some great match ups, with many close games coming down to the wire, with 5 of the 7 Bowl games within 1pt or 1 score until the final play. -Congrats' to JFFL Winter League Division Winners: Young Gunz, Bull Gerbil and LB Ballers. -On this final Mr. Rogers for the Winter League,the week 5 commentary was left in place for each game below, with the final result at the end. Bowl winners were Sharks, Team Elite, Dirty Goats, LB ... More

2017 Winter Week 6

Mr. Rogers Neighborhood If nothing else, this has been the most unpredictable season in years. There has been many upsets this season, more than any other season in my memory, going back to 1983. Teams have either been so closely matched or up and down from week to week that it's been hard to get a consistent handle on predictable results, which is a good thing for the JFFL, knowing that just about any team can win on any given week. Jokers consistency being the exception to this Winter ... More

2017 Winter Week 5

Mr. Rogers Neighborhood Week 4 was another week of upsets, with 4 (Young Gunz, Prime Time, Just Win baby, Sharks). 2 of the upsets led to the week 5 JFFL Bowl play-in game between Prime Time and Young Gunz. After rough starts to the season, both teams seem to have found their groove and players, both had 31 total combined players in attendance for week 4. This will be the game of the week, PT won earlier game 13-6 and yes it was every bit as close on the field as it was on the scoreboard. ... More