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The Greater Seattle Tabletop Pro Football League (GSTPFL), established in 1980, is currently a 24 team head to head competitive league using the most current updated version of the “Action PC” football game. The GSTPFL operates as a continuous player ownership league. Owners/Coaches reside in the Greater Seattle area between Marysville to the north, Alta Lake to the east and Redwood, California to the south. League Bylaws can be found on the link immediately below the current week's results.


TERRACE COMPLETES PERFECT SEASON 

In a game with numerous storylines, the Terrace Tsunami won a hard fought Super Bowl XXXVI, 27-13 over the Puyallup Barracudas.

Could Tom Brady win his first GSTPFL Super Bowl?  Could coach/GM Warren Blake lead his team to victory after a dominating season?  Could Terrace three-peat, and in the process complete an undefeated season?  Both teams and their fans were at fever pitch by the time kickoff came at NRG Stadium in Houston.

Puyallup won the coin toss and as has become custom, elected to defer to the second half.  Terrace received the opening kick and at 10:00 am PST the game was underway.  Starting at their own 25-yard line, the Tsunami offensive line sought to assert their dominance by rushing on seven straight plays.  The last one saw Christine Michael run five yards to the end zone and Terrace took an early 7-0 lead.  If the Barracudas were at all disheartened, it didn’t last long.  Jordan Todman took the ensuing kickoff 102 yards to the house, and in the blink of an eye the score was knotted at 7 apiece.

The Tsunami offense then went back to work.  Two Frank Gore runs resulted in a third and seven.  The Barracuda defensive coordinator then called for tight man coverage on third down and after breaking into the clear, there was no one to stop Kenny Britt from going 72 yards, putting Terrace up 14-7.  Following a Puyallup three-and-out, the Tsunami looked poised to strike again, until a Yannick Ngakoue sack forced Matt Bryant into a 54-yard field goal attempt that put Terrace up by 10.

At this point the defenses began to assert themselves. Both teams punted twice before two long Tom Brady passes brought Puyallup to the Terrace 11-yard line.  The Tsunami defense held and a Jason Myers field goal narrowed the lead to 17-10 at the half.  The third quarter brought similar results until Brian Orakpo strip-sacked Brian Hoyer and Ngakoue recovered the ball deep in Terrace side of the field.  Puyallup drove to the Tsunami 2-yard line, where a false start, a tackle of DeMarco Murray in the backfield, and an incomplete pass forced a second Myers field goal.  The third quarter ended with Terrace holding a slim 17-13 lead.

The fourth quarter saw Terrace finally complete another long drive.  Christine Michael broke through a tight man pass defense on third down, running through two arm tackles to score from 12 yards out.  Matt Bryant, who never missed an extra point all season, was true once again and Terrace took a commanding but not insurmountable 24-13 lead.

The Barracudas pulled out all the stops to bring the fans their first Super Bowl, but the Tsunami defense was at its best with the game on the line.  A Puyallup three-and-out was followed by a nine-play drive that ended with Matt Bryant upping the score to 27-13.  The Barracudas had two more chances but were unable to get the ball across midfield.  Time ran out with no further change in score.

Sportswriters voted Kenny Britt the game’s MVP. But this was a total team victory.  Frank Gore rushed 13 times for 84 yards, Christine Michael went 9-49 with two TD’s and Tim Hightower had 7 carries for 44 yards.  Britt had 4 catches for 103 yards and Demaryius Thomas had 7 for 95.  Puyallup’s best offensive weapon was DeMarco Murray, who ran hard all game and finished with 20 carries for 88 yards, catching 2 short passes for another 10.

As varied as the offensive contributions were, the real reason for the win was the Tsunami defense.  In their 3 playoffs victories the pass defense held Kirk Cousins to 10-23-2 for 84 yards, Alex Smith to 15-30-1 for 128 yards and Tom Brady to 10-27-1 for 102 yards.  The defense gave up 3 field goals and no touchdowns in those 3 wins.

Both Super Bowl coaches know that their teams have some significant holes to fill, holes that will probably keep them both out of next year’s Super Bowl.  But that’s a worry for another day.  For now, the champagne is flowing in the Terrace locker room.


 CURRENT WEEK RESULTS 

 WEEK17 - DIVISIONAL PLAYOFF ROUND WILL BEGIN UPON COMPLETION OF WK17 
2017 - WILDCARD ROUND
AFC - Redwood 29-17 Kennydale
NFC - Richmond Highlands 24-6 Finn Hill

2017 - DIVISION ROUND
AFC - Redwood 24-12 Meyers Way
AFC - Terrace  30-0 Southern Heights
NFC - Matthews Beach 34-10 Richmond Highlands
NFC - Puyallup 37-17 Rose City
2017 - CONFERENCE ROUND
AFC - Terrace 17- 5 Redwood
NFC - Puyallup 31-16 Matthews Beach
SUPER BOWL XXXVI
AFC Terrace 27-13  NFC Puyallup

RESULTS WILL BE DUE ON MONDAY 11:59 pm PDT

...NEW WEEKLY FILES WILL BE SENT TUESDAY MORNINGS

2017 TRADE DEADLINE WAS WEEK08 --- NO MORE TRADES TILL END OF YOUR TEAM'S SEASON)


2017-18 TRADES THRU 1908 - UPDATED APRIL 14, 2018

2017-18 TRADES thru 1908

 


EXTRA POINTS - GSTPFL 2018 DRAFT GRID - AS OF APRIL 13, 2018

2018 GSTPFL 2018 DRAFT ROUND 1 ROUND 2 ROUND 3 ROUND 4 ROUND 5 ROUND 6 ROUND 7 ROUND 8 ROUND 9  
PICKS                                        
9 HIAWATHA 1 MV 25 MI 49 HI 73 MI 97 HI 121 MI 145 HI 169 MI 193 HI  
  HI - (2-14) - .510 1902      2-14                              
9 MIDWAY 2 MI 26 HI 50 MI 74 MM 98 MI 122 HI 146 MI 170 HI 194 MI  
  MI - (2-14) - .580        2-14     1907                        
9 NORTHGATE 3 NO 27 AU 51 NO 75 AU 99 NO 123 AU 147 NO 171 AU 195 NO  
  NO - (3-13) - .535        3-12                              
9 AUBURN 4 AU 28 NO 52 AU 76 NO 100 AU 124 TT 148 AU 172 NO 196 AU  
  AU - (3-13) - .561        3-13             1838                
10 EVERETT 5 EV 29 EV 53 EV 77 EV 101 EV 125 EV 149 EV 173 PU 197 RH  
  GEV - (5-11) - .521        5-11                     1843   1826    
9 FEDERAL WAY 6 FW 30 KE 54 GA 78 MM 102 SA 126 FW 150 KE 174 GA 198 MM  
  FW - (6-10) - .459                                      
8 KENT 7 MB 31 GA 55 MM 79 SA 103 FW 127 KE 151 GA 175 MM 199 SA  
  KE - (6-10) - .494 1839                                    
9 GLEN ACRES 8 GA 32 MM 56 SA 80 FW 104 KE 128 GA 152 MM 176 SA 200 FW  
  GA - (6-10) - .502                                      
11 MONTLAKE 9 MM 33 SA 57 FH 81 KE 105 GA 129 TT 153 RH 177 FW 201 FH  
  MM - (6-10) - .527         1905           1845   1829       1837    
10 SAMMAMISH 10 SA 34 FW 58 RH 82 GA 106 MM 130 MB 154 FW 178 KE 202 GA  
  SA - (6-10) - .564         1908           1834                
9 BLACK HILLS 11 BH 35 RC 59 AL 83 MB 107 BH 131 RC 155 AL 179 MV 203 FH  
  BH - (7-9) - .475             1813                   1833    
9 ALTA LAKE 12 AL 36 AL 60 MV 84 BH 108 RC 132 AL 156 MV 180 BH 204 RC  
  AL - (7-9) - .490                                      
7 MARYSVILLE 13 HI 37 HI 61 BH 85 RC 109 AL 133 MV 157 BH 181 RC 205 AL  
  MV - (7-9) - .541 1902   1902                                
5 WEST SEATTLE 14 WS 38 BH 62 RC 86 AL 110 MV 134 BH 158 RC 182 AL 206 MV  
  WS - (10-6) - .521                                      
9 KENNYDALE 15 KD 39 SH 63 SH 87 SH 111 SH 135 SH 159 SH 183 SH 207 SH  
  KD - (10-6) - .441                                      
6 FINN HILL 16 MB 40 KD 64 RC 88 KD 112 WS 136 KD 160 RH 184 KD 208 WS  
  FH - (14-2) - .502 1821       1819               1904            
11 ROSE CITY 17 RC 41 RH 65 KD 89 EV 113 KD 137 MM 161 KD 185 WS 209 KD  
  RC - (7-9) - .482     1904       1844/1835       1901                
9 SOUTHERN HEIGHTS 18 SH 42 RH 66 RH 90 SA 114 RH 138 RH 162 RH 186 RH 210 RH  
  SH - (8-7-1) - .479             1829                        
13 RICHMOND HIGHLANDS 19 RH 43 MW 67 MW 91 MB 115 MW 139 MW 163 SA 187 MW 211 MW  
  RH - (10-5-1) - .479             1828           1827            
9 MEYERS WAY 20 MW 44 RE 68 RE 92 RE 116 RE 140 WS 164 RE 188 RE 212 RE  
  MW - (11-5) - .480                     1835                
8 REDWOOD 21 RE 45 MB 69 KE 93 MB 117 MW 141 MB 165 SA 189 MW 213 MB  
  RE - (12-4) - .459         1839       1828       1834   1828        
10 MATTHEWS BEACH 22 MB 46 EV 70 FW 94 FH 118 FH 142 KE 166 BH 190 FH 214 RC  
  MB - (13-3) - .498     1840   1905           1837   1833       1842    
9 PUYALLUP 23 PU 47 PU 71 EV 95 PU 119 PU 143 PU 167 PU 191 PU 215 PU  
  PU - (14-2) - .484         1843                            
9 TERRACE 24 TT 48 TT 72 MM 96 NO 120 TT 144 TT 168 TT 192 TT 216 TT  
  TT - (16-0) - .465         1845   1838                        
216                                        

GSTPFL - RULES and BYLAWS

RULES and BYLAWS_UPDATED SEPTEMBER, 2015


2017 GSTPFL FINAL REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS

2017 SEASON WEEK16 STANDINGS


NEXT ON THE SCHEDULE

2018 ROOKIE AND FREE AGENT DRAFT - AUGUST 26

 

 


 EXTRA POINTS II

GSTPFL ATTRITION
By Dean 

Player durability can doom your season or give you an edge in the race to the playoffs.  Injuries can cripple a team. Of course, some injuries are more critical than others.  Montlake (6-10) never had fewer than 48 active players to start a game, but lost both games Ben Roethlisberger missed.  Look at the stretch Kent (6-10) went through weeks 5-10.  With the fewest active players available they lost five of those six games. (The box score for Kent’s week 8 game didn’t show anyone out for the game, which seems rather dubious given Kent only had 46 players available the weeks before and after. Rose City (7-9), Puyallup (14-2), Kennydale (10-6) and Terrace (16-0) were the champions of durability with less attrition than anyone else in the league.

 

ACTIVE PLAYER REPORTS WK 1 WK 2 WK 3 WK 4 WK 5 WK 6 WK 7 WK 8 WK 9 WK10 WK 11 WK12 WK13 WK14 WK 15 WK 16 WK 17 WK 18 WK 19
TEAM ACTIVE      
Sammamish 53 53 50 49 50 49 50 50 50 49 50 49 49 49 52 51      
Rose City 53 50 48 48 51 49 50 51 51 52 50 52 52 53 52 51 51 52 52
Glen Acres 53 51 48 48 47 48 48 49 47 49 46 46 48 46 48 47      
Montlake 53 51 50 51 51 49 51 51 50 51 49 48 48 49 51 52      
                                       
Puyallup 53 52 50 50 52 53 53 53 52 53 53 52 52 51 49 49 52 53 53
Finn Hill 53 50 49 50 48 50 51 51 52 53 47 48 49 50 49 47 52 51 51
Marysville 53 52 51 51 49 50 50 47 47 49 46 46 47 43 45 45      
Auburn 53 51 52 50 51 50 50 50 50 49 51 47 48 48 45 48      
                                       
Matthews Beach 53 49 49 49 48 49 49 48 48 48 46 46 47 46 49 49 49 50 51
West Seattle 53 49 51 50 48 48 49 49 49 50 50 48 48 49 49 48      
Richmond Highlands 53 49 47 48 48 49 50 50 50 51 52 48 48 47 50 47 50 51 51
Everett 53 52 52 51 51 49 50 49 48 49 45 47 47 46 49 50      
                                       
Terrace 53 50 51 50 52 53 53 52 52 51 50 49 49 50 50 51 50 52 52
Redwood 53 51 50 50 49 50 50 49 50 49 50 50 50 49 48 51 51 52 53
Black Hills 53 53 52 50 51 50 49 49 50 49 47 51 51 48 47 50      
Northhgate 53 52 50 49 50 50 48 50 48 49 48 50 50 52 53 52      
                                       
Meyers Way 53 50 49 49 49 49 49 49 50 49 48 50 50 48 46 52 49 53 53
Kennydale 53 53 52 51 51 51 51 51 50 52 53 51 51 49 50 49 51 52 52
Kent 53 51 50 49 47 46 46 53 46 46 46 50 50 48 48 44      
Midway 53 51 50 49 48 52 47 46 47 49 49 50 50 49 49 51      
                                       
Southern Heights 53 51 51 51 48 48 50 50 51 50 48 48 50 48 49 51 51 52 53
Alta Lake  53 52 52 51 51 51 53 48 50 51 49 50 50 47 50 50      
Federal Way 53 52 51 49 48 48 47 47 50 49 46 44 46 47 47 47      
Hiawatha 53 52 52 51 51 51 48 50 51 50 52 50 50 48 49 49      

 

 

 

 

 


2017 - WEEK16 APC TEAM and INDIVIDUAL LEADER REPORTS

2017 WK16 -  TEAM OFFENSE










2017 IN SEASON ROSTER MOVES: 

RE - SIGNS C NICK MANGOLD --- WAIVES ILB REY MAUALAGA (WEEK01)
PU - SIGNS HB MYCHAL RIVERA --- WAIVES OLB JERRY ATTAOCHU (WEEK03)
TT -  SIGNS PK ANDREW FRANKS --- WAIVES RB JONATHAN GRIMES (WEEK04)
MB - SIGNS C JOE HAWLEY --- WAIVES TE KELLEN DAVIS  (WEEK08)
FH - WAIVES CB ALTERRAUN VERNER (TRADE 1842)
PU - WAIVES RB DUJUAN HARRIS (TRADE 1843)
RC - SIGNS WR CHRIS MOORE (TRADE 1842)
EV - SIGNS WR TANNER MCEVOY (TRADE 1843)
MB - SIGNS RB ZACH LINE --- WAIVES QB MATT BARKLEY (WEEK11)
MB - SIGNS G-T JOE REITZ --- WAIVES G JOE DAHL (WEEK11)
EV - SIGNS CB ALTERRAUN VERNER --- WAIVES WRDEVIN HESTER (WEEK13)
MB - SIGNS RB ANDRE WILLIAMS --- WAIVES OLB SHALIQUE CALHOUN (WEEK13)
RE - SIGNS P MATT WILE --- WAIVES K-P BLAIR WALSH (WEEK16)


2017 GSTPFL SCHEDULE

2017 GSTPFL SCHEDULE















2018 ROOKIE and REE AGENT DRAFT
Sunday, August 26, 2018   1:00 PM