Wednesday, 12 August 2009

Exhibition season comes to an end

The Jets recorded a 22-20 win in Kansas City thanks to some good work between Mark Sanchez and Chansi Stuckey. The duo combined twice for Stuckey to claim a touchdown. Matt Cassel showed plenty of promise for the Chiefs but will be hoping for better protection after being sacked three times.

Matt Hasselback was in splendid form for the Seahawks as they beat Green Bay 30-17 on the road. The quarterback claimed a touchdown of his own as well as throwing two more. The Packers never got going until the final quarter.

The Packers had a game to forget in Cleveland, losing 26-9 to an impressive Browns outfit. It was game in which offensive blockers had a major off day with 9 sacks in total with Shaun Rogers claiming 3 for the Browns.

The Seahawks clinched a late 31-30 win over the Texans in a thrilling match. Kicker Olindo Mare was the man earning the plaudits after kicking 3 field goals, including one from over 50 yards, and the game winning extra point.

The Texans defeated Cleveland 33-17 in Houston. Brady Quinn had a bad day at the office for the Browns as he was picked off for 4 interceptions. His opposite number, Matt Schaud, had a solid game for the Texans.

Tuesday, 11 August 2009

Day two of exhibitions completed

New Orleans secured a 24-20 victory over Chicago despite trailing by 10 points with just over 3 minutes left. Late TDs from Mark Bradley and Skyler Green helped the Saints, for whom Drew Brees was mighty impressive, steal the win.

The Saints made it two wins from two thanks to a 29-24 win over New England. The Patriots almost found a way back into the game thanks to two late TDs but the home side held on. Tom Brady got little protection from his teammates as he was sacked five times.

Carolina recorded an eyebrow raising victory over the Patriots at Gillette Stadium. The Panthers ran out 27-25 winners thanks in large to two touchdowns from Brad Hoover.

The Panthers could be a team to watch after defeating Philadelphia 21-19 to complete a successful exhibition season. Carolina turned the game on its head thanks to a strong third quarter and held off a brave Eagles fightback.

Philadelphia ran out comfortable 24-9 winners over Denver. The Broncos had the lions share of possession but struggled for ideas and found it tough to break down some solid Eagles defense.

The Bears recorded a fine 24-22 win over the Jets thanks to a blistering opening quarter. Jay Cutler had a mixed afternoon for Chicago but touchdowns for Forte, Hester and Clark saw them home.

Monday, 10 August 2009

Exhibitions underway

Tampa Bay overcame Minnesota 26-18 in a tough game that thanks to a strong final quarter in which BJ Askew and Dexter Jackson scored touchdowns.

Buffalo recorded an impressive 20-6 victory over the Broncos in Denver. Jay Orton had a bad day at the office as he was picked off for four interceptions whilst Marshawn Lynch had a strong game for the Bills.

San Diego and Minnesota produced a thrilling game with Adrian Peterson's touchdown in overtime giving the Vikings victory. The Chargers had looked set for the win but Ryan Longwell's field goal with four seconds left ensured overtime was needed.

Jacksonville and Buffalo played out an entertaining game which saw the Jaguars run out 38-31 winners. Terrell Owens grabbed a touchdown on his Bills debut whilst Brian Williams interception TB was the pick of the Jaguars scores.

Tampa Bay and San Diego failed to shine in a match spoiled by strong winds. The Chargers eventually running out 7-3 winners thanks to a touchdown from Chris Chambers.

Kansas City defeated Jacksonville 37-24 in an entertaining match up. Jamaal Charles claimed two touchdowns for the Chiefs whilst Maurice Jones-Drew impressed for the Jaguars.

Monday, 3 August 2009

Final appointments made

The DFL now has a full quota with owners following the appointments of Michael Roberts to the St Louis Rams and Anton McCabe to the Seattle Seahawks. Anybody who wishes to be added to the waiting list should email their details to

Fixtures for the innaugral DFL season will be issued this evening and rosters for each team are currently being produced.

Sunday, 2 August 2009

DFL clubs go appointment crazy

The DFL have confirmed that they will be operating a 32-team competition due to the huge levels of interest in the organisation.

The last 24 hours has seen a massive influx of new owners into the league and the innaugural season is expected to start shortly. As of today there are only three clubs who have yet to appoint owners; Jacksonville Jaguars, St Louis Rams and Seattle Seahawks.

"We expected that the DFL would capture peoples attention but we have been hugely impressed by the level of interest in the league," said Commission Jim Green.

"We are now working hard to prepare for the start of the season and hope to find owners for the remaining teams in the near future."

To apply for a position simply email your name and preferred team to

Saturday, 1 August 2009

More new faces join up

The excitement around the launch of the Dynasty Football League continues to grow as three more teams have appointed new owner. Richard Pallister has jetted in to Chicago to take over the Bears, the New Orleans Saints have appionted Paul MacDougall as their new boss whilst Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be led by Connor Turner.

The start of the season is fast approaching but there is still time for new owners to sign up. To apply for a position simply email your name and preferred team to

Friday, 31 July 2009

Flurry of appointments

A host of DFL clubs have confirmed new owners today as the excitement around the start of the competition begins to grow.

Buffalo Bills have named Robert Godfrey as their new boss whilst Shaun Treadwell will be calling the shots at the Miami Dolphins. Steve Birney has agreed to take over the Denver Broncos and the Green Bay Packers have confirmed John Brownell as their new head honcho.

The league will be kicking off soon but there is still time for new owners to sign up. To apply for a position simply email your name and preferred team to