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PFSL To XFSL: Transitioning Into The Future

Updated on December 7, 2019

The end of the Pro Football Simulation League is here, as we move toward the XFSL.

This news has shocked the league to its core. It seemed surreal at first, but as time went on, it made more and more sense.

The PFSL was great, as it gave many football hopefuls a shot at glory on the gridiron. The majority of these players remain, but a few have jumped ship to another league which will not be named.

The former commissioner of the PFSL has relinquished her position. Filling in is the duo of veterans Dong and AJ. Together, they strive to do nothing but improve the league and that starts up top.

When asked about the reasoning for the change, co-commisioner Dong was quoted saying "There were some administration changes and team changes, so we figured it was the best time for an entire rebrand".

We will be seeing new GMs taking over and improved scheduling and consistency - something that the forner PFSL admittedly lacked.

The reason I say "former" PFSL is because we will be undergoing a name change as well, so there will be some sort of separation between the past and the future. The PFSL is now the XFSL, and there couldn't have been a wiser decision.

Obviously leagues with "X" in front of their name haven't been too successful (namely the XFL), but this one will be different. The XFSL has tremendous man power and great ideas upcoming. Everyone who is in the XFSL are people who legitimately want to be here.

I asked Dong what will be different about the XFSL as opposed to the PFSL, and he stated "The league did not have a clear head before. AJ has stepped up, and hopefully everything will fall into place with clear direction. Our goal is a consistent schedule and a more fluid system".

Being completely honest, do you think the XFSL will be more successful than the PFSL?

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The Xtreme Football Simulation League is the future, the Pro Football Simulation League is the past. There have been some great moments in the PFSL and it is sad to see it go after only one season, but the XFSL will take over from here. It is the future, and the future looks bright as hell.

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