Today marks the final regular season games in the Men’s Monday Nights in Brighton Flag Football League. Heading into week 6 of the regular season the teams have solidified themselves as all top contenders to take home the championship trophy in two weeks from today. Below you’ll find a brief write up summarizing all four teams in this league, enjoy!

#1 – Low Down and Dirty

Captain: Anthony Swain

Anthony and his squad have proved to the league that they are the top dogs boasting a 4-1 record and currently sitting in first place in the division. They have lightning fast speed, great field awareness and an overall knack for knowing where the football will be at all times. If these guys can stay cool and collected in the heat of the moment, they look to be the odds on favorites heading into playoffs.

#2 – The Flying Orions

Captain: Ioannis Kotsalidis

Yianni and his crew entered as primarily a work team looking to head from the office to the field to blow some steam off. These guys have played softball with us in the past and were looking to spice it up a little bit, thus we now see them on the gridiron. Don’t be fooled though, these guys know and play the game with the best of them. They have great athleticism which is often exemplified in some of the miraculous catches they exhibit on the field. They rotate QB’s from time to time and some inconsistent throws are the only thing standing in their way some championship hardware in a couple weeks.

#3 – Crabcakes and Football

Captain: Samuel Yoder

The name says it all, I mean who doesn’t like crab cakes and football? Great combo. Sam and his team certainly have the tools in the toolbox to make a title run. They have the size, speed, and ability to make some jaw dropping catches. Did I mention they are the only team to beat the top dogs Low Down and Dirty? The only thing standing in this team’s way is consistency, they must play at the top of their game and under control to keep to title run alive.

#4 – Gridiron Gang

Captain: Chad Bonin & Salman Punjani

This team is comprised of all individuals that registered for the league independently. They were placed together without knowing one from another and have quickly formed into a force to be reckoned with. Often indy teams will struggle to build chemistry and comradery necessary to be successful on the field. Well not only have these guys meshed on the field, they are starting the thrive. After their first victory of the season last week they’re now feeling confident and they know they can hang with any team in the league. If these boys can get the victory tonight their confidence will be through the roof, watch out!

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