HK Storylines for Season 5

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  1. Mogriffjr

    Mogriffjr Walk On

    Feb 10, 2009
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    ---As a famous philospher, Jay Z once said, "Told y'all....DYNASTY!" Those references are being said about the Washington Redskins led by HotRod . After beating season 4 champion, Cleveland Browns in HK bowl last season, that gives the redskins their 2nd title in the last 3 seasons. There's no question the Redskins are the creme de la creme of HK. They return almost all of their starters and their roster turnover has been almost NIL. That's the key to long term success...they've been building through the draft and filling small needs here and there in trades and FA. The bullseye's is clearly on the Skins backs as everyone is gunning for the champ more than ever. No one really likes a dynasty except the fans and team that can claim it.

    WHO'S WHO?
    ---5 seasons in and the new stars of HK are beginning to show their face and become cornerstones of their respective franchises. The Marshalls @MG have the best QB and RB for example (self proclaimed) in Johnny Stumph and Arie Asante. The Steelers bigtubb_ have one of the more dynamic duos in QB Cory Richardson and TE Eric Strong. The QB big names are RG3 from the Skins, the aformentioned Cory Richardson, Geno Smith from the Jets, Jordan Espinosa of the Rams. Names like Schon Moorehouse (KC), Thomas Carroll (Browns), Alfred Morris (WAS), Renee Burnett (BAL) headline the RB's. On the defensive side, you got a boom on excellent safety play from the new kids including SS Doral Russell (WAS), Aevry Lamb (TB), Jerald Gonzalez (CLE), Shaq Boyce (CHI). And lets not forget about these corners who are more vital in this HK age more than ever including Roy Frazier (HOU), Kenyattus Lee (NYJ), Nagui Hendrix (WAS), Lejon Ryan (MIA). The new age is upon us, get use to these household names.

    ---5 seasons in and it seems these teams are gonna be at the top of the standings every year. The Skins, Rams, Patriots and Browns. The 2nd tier teams in these respective divisions have the talent to compete but will they finally figure out a way to de-throne some of these lynchpins of their division. I'm talking about the Eagles uagrad90 , the niners xxkimura , the Jets and Ravens publik drunk. Not to discredit the other teams out of those divisions but these next tier guys maybe the ones to take these big dogs down. Will it happen?

    KING ME.
    ---Bears coach recently dubbed his team, "king of the north." Well that didn't sit well with the other North teams, and many other coaches were quick to point out their relatively weak schedule. Hell, a lot of people felt the Bears snuck up on taking the north because of said weak schedule and relatively low expectations. Now armed with a tougher schedule, and the North looking to dethrone the king, we will see how DA BEARS do.

    ---The Falcons really were on their high horse after surprising a lot of teams and winning the NFC South. With one of the more dynamic offenses in the league, they finished with an impressive 11-5 record. And here's your prize for that KnightNoles...aside from playing the bucs and Panthers twice a year, you in addition get the Rams, Bears, Steelers, Eagles, Redskins, Ravens and Browns. Good luck repeating your season 4 success!

    ---Please give a warm HK welcome to these newbies, who've been introduced to the league within the last storyline post. Jeffrey Hartle (NYG), ASinghal31 (Bengals) and CxMacx10 (Chargers).

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  2. xxkimura

    xxkimura Walk On

    Aug 12, 2013
    Nice write up, screw the Rams. Where were they season 1 lol
  3. G_T_G


    Jul 21, 2010
    Damn Mo callin out broth262

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  4. ASinghal31

    ASinghal31 Go Bucks.

    Oct 5, 2014
    Bengals are ready for action.
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  5. broth262

    broth262 Dirty Terps

    Dec 30, 2010
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