Playoff fever hits the AFI

The structure of this year's playoffs has the top 32 teams playing in a round-robin format, cutting them in half to 16 teams after three games.

By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
December 22, 2010 07:05
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After 11 exciting weeks of AFI Moshiko Men's Contact Flag Football action, the highly anticipated postseason is finally here.

The structure of this year's playoffs has the top 32 teams playing in a round-robin format, cutting them in half to 16 teams after three games. Those top 16 will then compete for the Holyland Bowl title.

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The remaining 16 from the top 32 and the other 19 teams in the league will play in various tiered brackets for individual titles.

Coming out of the regular season, Joe's Eagles is looking to take its No. 1 ranking in to the finals. Others rounding out the top 10 include Sorrento, Jerry¹s Kids, Bitach, Lobos, Klein Management, Big Blue, Derech Etz Chaim, All the King¹s Men, and Pizzeria Efrat.

Certainly there are teams from the bottom part of the top 32 that will figure in to the final run at the Holyland Bowl.

Those include TJ Osaka, Jerusalem 1st Class, The Gov, Ziontours, Neveh Zion, and Talk n Save.

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