LIFETIME RECORD: 42-41-2
YEAR 5- 2001
The Undertakers benefited this year by virtue of being in
the worst Division ever. The other three teams scored the least
points in the entire league. This permitted the Undertakers to
finish up the year with a three game winning streak, leaving them enouigh
power to finish second overall in the Playoffs.
REGULAR SEASON RECORD: 10-7
YEAR 4- 2000
The Undertakers went to the Playoffs for the third
straight year and then they won the whole enchilada. Now some
suspect that it is Darryl's Cousin, Phil, who actually made the right
moves for this team to conquer all. In previous years, the team
had loaded up on Dallas Cowboys. Besides winning the Fantasy Bowl,
the Undertakers also won their Division.
REGULAR SEASON RECORD: 10-5-2
YEAR 3- 1999
The Undertakers are evolving into a powerhouse as they
entered the playoffs in consecutive years. While they started out slowly
with a .500 record through the first ten weeks, they didn't have to
worry as everyone else in their Conference except for the Division
leaders were already two games behind them. The Undertakers ended
up finishing in fourth place overall. This earned them the ninth
pick in the next draft.
REGULAR SEASON RECORD: 9-8
YEAR 2- 1998
The Undertakers won the American East Division with an
8-9 record. They were the only team to make the playoffs with a
losing record. The Undertakers clinched the Division title in Week
#17. They finished in fifth place overall.
REGULAR SEASON RECORD: 8-9
YEAR 1- 1997
The Undertakers, coached by Daryl Gibson, had a wretched
1997 season, mainly to all the Cowboy players on the team that were
picked up on draft day. Of course, nobody could have figured that
the Cowboy's wouldn't be able to score on the ground, thus resulting in
a wasted second pick of the draft in Emmitt Smith. The Undertakers
finished the year with a 5-12 record and were eliminated from a playoff
chance early in Week #15.
REGULAR SEASON RECORD: 5-12