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Sunday Sept 21: Pre-Season Games
Posted Sep 16, 2014

12:15PM: 4-6 Division Round-Robin Games

1:30PM: 12-15 Division Round-Robin Games  /  6-8 Jets vs. 6-8 Packers

2:45PM: 6-8 Steelers vs. 6-8 Bills  /  6-8 Ravens vs. 6-8 Lions  /  6-8 Saints vs. 6-8 Patriots

*Home Team is First Team Listed: Home Team wears dark side of jersey*

4PM: 9-11 Division Round-Robin Games

*for Round-Robin games, each team should wear dark side of jersey to start*

 
When The Game Stands Tall

"Watching (the movie) When the Game Stands Tall really brings to light that while winning is our job as coaches, it's not the most important thing. You see real-life situations in this movie: young men having to overcome problems on the field and off the field. As coaches, helping our players become better men and women is the most important thing we can do."

Tony Dungy, Super Bowl-winning coach and All Pro Dad spokesman -

“Growing up is painful. It’s not easy. But that’s what our program is about in case you haven’t figured it out. It ain’t about the football. It ain’t about scoring touchdowns. It ain’t about the win streak. It’s about moving you in a direction that will assist you and help you grow up. So that you can take your place out in the world and out in society and out in our community, you can be depended on.”

Bob Ladouceur, De La Salle High School Head Coach, Concord, California. De La Salle won 151 straight high school football games from 1992-2004.

See more at: When The Game Stands Tall

 
THIS IS NFL FLAG FOOTBALL!!!

Spring 2014 6-8 Super Bowl Champs

The Bills and Coach Jeff & Coach Paul

Spring 2014 9-11 Super Bowl Champs

The Bears and Coach Mike & Coach Tim

Don't Look Back

Carson Chases Coop!

Fast

Brooke Takes Off!

Get to the Outside!

Lincoln looks for the corner

Siblings!

"Here's your flag back Brett!"

Pass!

Amelia shows good form

Go That Way!

Tucker heads upfield