It is a problem faced by every man every single year. Do I watch Monday Night Football or the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show? Throughout this three hour period, many men are forced to flip channels back and forth. Many will end up missing some of the best parts of each program. Luckily, there is now a way to avoid this dilemma.
In 2009, a genius named Mitchell S. Mortaza created a league that combines the best aspects of both programs. His novel idea was known as the Lingerie Football League. This was a seven on seven tackle football league for beautiful women in their underwear. The league received mixed reviews during its first season. Some believed it was an amazing combination of men’s two favorite things, while others believed it was just a gimmick to get higher TV rating. Whatever Mortaza’s reasons for starting this league, it is a good thing it stuck around.
In 2013, Mortaza and the league’s front office based in Las Vegas, Nevada, decided it would be best to give the league a new image. The league renamed itself the Legends of Football League. This way it could get away from the “sleazier” public view it had gained, while still keeping its trademark initials which fans have come to know and love. The Legends of Football League would no longer feature women playing the sport in lingerie. Instead, the teams now each have their own line of sports apparel. In reality, it is not much different though.
The Legends of Football League is the answer to some of man’s biggest problems. This combination of football and beautiful women has begun to take over the world. The organization now has leagues in the United States, Canada, and Australia. Undoubtedly more will be coming soon. After all, what is better than watching a bunch of guys play football? Watching a bunch of underdressed women play football. That’s what.
10. Brooke Finneke — Chicago Bliss
Brooke Finneke is the middle linebacker for the Chicago Bliss. Since 2009, she has become the leader of the team’s defense. Along with Bliss’ defensive ends Summer La Violette and Nikki Blon, Finneke and the two pass rushers have earned themselves the nickname “The Triangle of Doom” due to their exceptional ability to rush the passer. When she is not hitting quarterbacks, she is an active member of the Chicago Police Department.
9. Adrian Purnell — Jacksonville Breeze & Western Australia Angels
Adrian Purnell is one of the best defensive players in the LFL. She is currently a member of both the Jacksonville Breeze, where she plays tight end and safety; and the Western Australia Angels, where she plays safety. When the The LFL Australia began in 2013, Purnell was signed by the Angels as the cornerstone of the team’s defense. In her first season with the team she was named the league’s Defensive Player of the Year. Not only was she great in the Australia based league, but she also lead the United States league in interceptions during their 2013 season. Purnell has been asked on several occasions what she thinks of the league’s uniform. She does not mind them because she still gets an opportunity to play football. She sees the uniforms as a simple marketing tool for the league.
8. Melissa Mikkelsen — Denver Dream
Melissa Mikkelsen is the center for the Denver Dream. She has held this position since 2009. At 5’7” and 112 pounds, it does not seem like she would be a great offensive lineman. However, she is one of the tougher players in the league and does a pretty good job at blocking. No, she is not related to Phil Mickelson.
7. Chantel Taylor — Chicago Bliss
Chantel Taylor is a member of the Chicago Bliss. She has been the team’s outside linebacker since 2011. She lines up opposite of linebacker Yashi Rice. The Bliss’ front seven has become the most dominant in the LFL thanks to their pass rushing. At 5’9” and 140 pounds, Taylor is one of the most menacing defensive players in the league.
6. Stephanie Psick — Los Angeles Temptation
Stephanie Psick is one of the most versatile players in the league. She lines up at running back, wide receiver, and linebacker for the Los Angeles Temptation. She is one of the most physically gifted athletes in the game and competes in the Crossfit Challenge as well as football. Since coming into the league in 2009, Psick has led the Temptation to three Legend Cup Championship titles.
5. Christine Moore — Seattle Mist
Christine Moore is the Seattle Mist’s safety and wide receiver. She began her LFL career in 2011. In 2012, she signed a contract with the BC Angels for the inaugural year the Canadian LFL. She helped the team claim the new league’s first championship. In 2013, she went back to the Mist and helped the team win the 2013 Pacific Cup Championship. The Pacific Cup is a inter-league championship game between US LFL teams in the West Coast division and teams from the Canadian LFL.
4. Kaley Tuning — Miami Caliente
Kaley Tuning is the tight end for the Miami Caliente. The 5’6” 105 pound Tuning has been with the team since 2009. Football is a hobby for this woman. Prior to joining the team, she was a successful mortgage broker and real estate dealer. Since 2009, she has started a highly successful real estate firm. Tuning is known as one of the most outspoken members of the league. She is often asked how a business person as successful as herself is willing to go play football in almost no clothing. Being a hardcore feminist, Tuning firmly believes that the league is furthering feminine equality and that most of these women can play the game just as well as any man.
3. Bre Cotton — Jacksonville Breeze
Bre Cotton plays both sides of the ball for the Jacksonville Breeze. The 5’7” 123 pound offensive lineman and linebacker came into the league in 2009. Prior to the team moving to Jacksonville, the Breeze was stationed in Tampa Bay. Cotton was one of the top players from the Tampa Bay days.
2. Angela Rypien — Seattle Mist
Angela Rypien is the quarterback for the Seattle Mist. She was a rookie with the team in 2011 and quickly showed that she has a big arm and can throw with accuracy. At 6’0” and 149 pounds she is very tough to bring down. Rypien is the daughter of Mark Rypien. Mark was the quarterback for the Washington Redskins when they won Super Bowl XXVI. He was named the MVP of that game. It looks like quarterback skills must run in the family.
1. Chelsie Jorgensen — Seattle Mist
Chelsie Jorgensen is Angela Rypien’s lead blocker. The 5’5” 115 pound offensive lineman for the Mist has been in the league since 2009. Since her rookie year, Jorgensen has become one of the most popular players in the league. She was featured in Playboy Magazine in February of 2011. Sorry, you will have to go elsewhere to see those pictures.