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LIFETIME RECORD:  49-35-1

YEAR 5- 2001

This was the year that TBFC won the Fantasy Bowl.  TBFC was plodding along until they traded TB QB's for Ahman Green who had his breakout year.  TBFC broke away from the rest of the league after this trade, and it certainly didn't hurt that they also received NE QB's in the trade which propelled them to victory in the Playoffs.

REGULAR SEASON RECORD:  12-5

YEAR 4- 2000

TBFC had a successful season, finishing with the fifth Wild Card spot for the Playoff's.  TBFC was saddled in the toughest Division, with three of six Playoff teams coming from their Division.  They finished the Regular Season only one game behind the Division winning Undertakers, and finished third overall in the Playoffs.

REGULAR SEASON RECORD:  10-7

YEAR 3- 1999

TBFC fought hard all year long, but faced too tough an obstacle in having to win their last three games to make the playoffs.  With a .500 record through the first ten weeks, they went 4-3 they rest of the way, thereby getting eliminated from playoff contention and finishing seventh overall.  TBFC will pick sixth in the next draft.

REGULAR SEASON RECORD:  9-8

YEAR 2- 1998

TBFC, was named because whenever the owner wins a victory he tells the other team, "Too Bad, F***ing Chumps!".  (Actually, nobody knows what the hell TBFC stands for, not even the owner.)  In 1998, they won the National South Division by finishing the year with a two game win streak.  They rode their SF QB's into the Playoffs but did not get much Playoff production out of this position, resulting in a fourth place overall finish.

REGULAR SEASON RECORD:  10-6-1

YEAR 1- 1997

Known as the Bubba Gump Chicken Hawks and coached by Greg Smith, they started 1997 out strong with a 3-0 start.  However by the midpoint of the season, they had only attained a 4-5 record, mainly due to their Quarterback, Drew Bledsoe forgetting that he is in the NFL.  Going into the final week with a 7-9 record, they still had a chance to make the playoffs with a win, but even though they got the win and finished the season with a decent 8-9 record, they missed out on the playoffs in a tiebreaker with the team Whats the Point.

REGULAR SEASON RECORD:  8-9

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