TWO-HEADED DAWGZ

Dawgz quarterback, AARON RODGERS torched the Tiger Sharks defence with four touchdowns and led the franchise their their second Iron Bowl.  Rodgers was named Iron Man of the game.

Monday, December 31, 2012
Las Vegas, NV (reuters) - They had their doubters, but the Dawgz won convincingly.  Playing all their games on the road, they advanced to the Iron Bowl and won by dominating the game throughout.

This title was inevitable in the eyes of the management.  Having hired Alistair Erskine, the former owener of the Jacksonville Jamaicans to help in the club's front office along with coaching duties, the team was looking to build a contender immediately.  Last season they shocked the league having finished with the league's best record of 12-2, having gone 6-8 the season prior.  They were ousted in the PFC Championship Game by the Bruisers, their division rival.  The Bruisers eventually went on to win their third Iron Bowl.

Going into this year, quarterback Aaron Rodgers and company had high hopes that they were just one step away from winning it all, and last year was a huge stepping stone.  The Dawgz barely made the playoffs, with an 8-6 record and faced an uphill battle.  They were prepared as they relished the underdog role in every game.  They faced the Bruisers again in a rematch of the PFC Championship Game, only this time it was in Baltimore.  The Dawgz survived and exacted their revenge and advanced the to Iron Bowl.

With only one opponent standing in their way for their second title, were the Tiger Sharks.  Right from the start of the game, the Dawgz took control and owned the Tiger Sharks.  Rodgers tossed four touchdowns in the cause and linebacker Lawrence Timmons led the defense by contributing 2 sacks, 5 tackles and a forced fumble to stymie the opposition.  In the end, the Dawgz achieved what they set out to do, which was win another Championship.  Rodgers outstanding performance, earned him the Iron Man honors for the game.

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Semi-Finals
Conference
Championship
IRON BOWL  
MIAMI53
Oakland44
 
MIAMI57
 
Philadelphia39
ARIZONA21
Philadelphia36
MIAMI25
 
 
DALLAS
BALTIMORE68
Las Vegas14
 
 
IRON BOWL CHAMPION
BALTIMORE40
Dallas52
Dallas43
SAN DIEGO31
Dallas47
 
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