Week 5 MXL Preview

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Week 5 MXL Preview


BAM (1-3-0) @ BLAIR (4-0-0)

Both teams made the postseason in season 4, but is it panic time in Dallas? After just four games played, Bam(Cowboys)has more losses in season 5 than they had all of season 4. While Blair and the Eagles are trending the opposite direction. A win for Phili would create a good amount of seperation between them and the rest of the division. Did you know Terrell Owens is the only player ever to make a Pro Bowl for both the Eagles and Cowboys?


NEL (2-1-0) @ EDMONDS50 (3-0-0)

Edmonds has come into the MXL lighting it up with his defensive play. Are the Lions really this good. NEL and the Packers will be the ultimate test. Green Bay has defeated the Lions 103 times, the most wins over any team in Packers’ history. Overall, Favre went 25-9 against Detroit as a Packer, including a perfect 17-0 at home. Aaron Rodgers is currently 16-5 versus the Lions. Rodgers vs this daunting Lions Pass Defense should be very interesting.


TONY (3-1-0) @ HTOWN (2-2-0) 

This game comes at a very interesting time, hot off Tony's suspension. This matchup has become one of the most anticipaited in MXL every season due to the owners hot headed nature. The Texans are coming off a statement win in week 4 beating Bam(Cowboys) 22-15. While the Chargers are feeling all to hot about themsleves after beating Rylo (Titans) 57-3. Rylo quit MXL shortly after the beat down. "Come and get it," Said Chargers owner Tony.  Joey Bosa will be serving his first of a six game suspenion on Sunday in Houston. 



FLAWLESS (2-2-0) @ CURLEYFRI (2-2-0)

The Los Angeles Rams will look to get back on the track on the road when they take on the Arizona Cardinals Sunday afternoon. This will be the first matchup between the two owners. Both teams are coming off losses in week four. However the losses looked much different. The Rams lost giving up a TD to the 49ers on the last drive of the game, 7-13. While the Cardinals lost 10-37, granted to the Super Bowl champ, Fallen. 



After strong season 4 performances both teams stalled out in the postseason. Now the Chicago Bears are coming off an early bye week looking to essentially start their season 5 over. On the other side of the football, the undefeated Jets would love to stick with their strong air attack, in this week 5 battle of power houses. We asked Roquan Smith about the heaviness of the game,"No, not really. I’m a light eater. As soon as it’s light, I start to eat”