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TECH?NO! BOWL: More Fun! East


The MORE FUN! CONFERENCE EAST card pack contains player and scouting report cards for all 4 teams in the division for a total of 72 cards. Teams include the REGALS, BULLS, ENGINES, and GORILLAS. You can add a custom tuck box to your order at checkout. There's a unique one for each division! Superstars Larry Trailer and Quentin Bartholomew Eagles included in this pack!


The rubber definitely meets the road in the ‘Red Line’ rushing attack of the ENGINES. Featuring star power runner John Biggins and impact runner Clint Portly, the offense is very difficult to contain on the ground as the duo ‘trucks’ would-be defenders and tacklers out of the way.

Danforth was drafted from one of the European football leagues by a new scout. The team had very high expectations for him, but it turns out that football means something very different across the pond. That explains his less than stellar performance and makes his initials both appropriate and unfortunate. The scout is no longer employed by the team.

  • #33 JOHN BIGGINS: shove, block +1
  • #55 CLINT PORTLY: run block

Controversy! French activist group Sacre Bleu! has been very vocal about asking the team to change its name. The group states that since the word engine is derived from the Old French engin and Latin root ingenium [the root of ingenious], it’s insulting and culturally insensitive to have it be used to describe a team in a game that is as ‘simple and base’ as American football.

When asked if he would ever consider changing the team name, the owner was quoted as saying ‘JAMAIS- you can use caps. It’s that simple.’


The BULLS come at you horns first with the hard-nosed running attack of superstar Sam Emmit. The constant threat of the power rushing game makes the passing skills of Roy Cakeman that much sweeter as he has plenty of time in the pocket. And then there’s the lockdown defense [and offense!] of the Sandman...

  • #55 SAM EMMIT: stiff arm, run block
  • #6 ROY CAKEMAN: pocket passer
  • #77 DEE SANDMAN: lockdown


This team boasts what is easily one of the scariest defenders in the league. Seriously. Superstar Larry Trailer shoves offenses around with ease and is one of the top three blitzers in league history. Elliot is a good passer, but he is overshadowed by Trailer’s spectacular play and by his ‘manlier’ brother Phil of the BIGHORNS.

  • #55 LARRY TRAILER: shove, blitz, block +1
  • #6 ELLIOT MANLY: screen passer


The REGALS superstar passer is a highlight reel waiting to happen. The QB read skill was actually named after him due to his almost supernatural ability to sense danger and read changes in the defense.

  • #6 MACK KOI: spin
  • #77 QUENTIN BARTHOLOMEW EAGLES: juke, route passer, QB read

The official team name is actually the REGAL LIONS, but the fans and media simply refer to them as the REGALS after the recent logo update. And much like the lion is the ‘King of Beasts’, the REGALS are certainly MFL royalty.

Watch this to learn how to play the game!

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This title was added to our catalog on January 13, 2017.