Players of the Week – Week 4 Edition
By Sean Dochney
Chris Angelini – Warewolves
The Commissioner put together a truly gutsy performance this past week playing with a brokenthrowing hand that he sustained last week. Chris would lead the Warewolves to a thrilling 41-33 victory over the Woodchucks that included a game winning touchdown with under a minute left. Ang would go 26-33 for 399 yards, 6 touchdowns, and 1 interception.
John Zitani – Woodchucks
The Zit really got underneath the defense’s skin and popped off this past week in both the games he would play. The Woodchucks would beat the NJ Devils 38-7 and then fall just short of the Warewolves in what was by far the closest contest of the day. He would combine for 56-82 628 yards 11 touchdowns and 1 pick. His second game nail biter against the Warewolves would set him apart to earn him the runner up spot this week as he went 30-41 for 343 yards, 5 touchdowns and 0 picks.
Charlie Barbiere – Shockers
Charlie and his teammate Devon Snead would both go off for the Shockers this week in their 42-19 victory over the Grizzlies. Charlie would end up with 9 catches for 206 yards and 4 touchdowns. Charlie now leads the league in catches, yards, and touchdowns with 31-680- 16. Charlie has to watch his back though; both Anthony Carlo and Cam Blackwell are right on his heels in all categories.
Sean McAndrew – Warewolves
Big Mac was the wounded wolf’s favorite target this past week and hauled in 9 catches for 131 yards and 2 touchdowns. Sean was a key to victory over the Woodchucks as he helped the Warewolves move the chains all day. Sean also sees himself in the top 6 in all WR categories this year.
Kyle Wilbert – Strangers with Candy
The entire Strangers with Candy defense deserve this honor as they shut out the Rattlers this past week. Kyle stood out as he was all over the field. He would record 1 sack, 3 interceptions, and 1 defensive touchdown.
Steve Dalrymple – Woodchucks
Defensive runner up was a toss-up between Steve and teammate Charlie Mackie as both had great games. Steve would record 5 sacks in his first game alone against NJ Devils and Charlie would end the day with 3 picks in 2 games. The Woodchucks defense in general looked revitalized this week as their spiritual leader, and fan favorite, Garrett “Loud Mouth” Lavaggi was back in action after missing the past 2 weeks.