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2010 Season in Review: Muse Academy Muses

Installment #6 in the Season in Review series features the team that just missed the playoffs.

Muse Academy Muses

  • Record – 6-8 (4-3 Reagan)
  • Points for – 1262.74 (7th)
  • Points against – 1328.32 (11th)
  • MVP – QB Joe Flacco (243.42 points)
  • Best Win – Week 12, Da Win (92.86 – 60.98)
  • Worst Loss – Week 14, Bad News Bears (148.40 – 92.20)
  • Longest Win Streak – 2 (Weeks 2-3, 11-12)
  • Longest Losing Streak – 2 (6-7, 9-10, 13-14)

Two things could define the first season in the IFL for the Muse Academy Muses: close losses and inconsistency.  The Muses fortunes could have looked very differently with a different start to 2010.  They lost in Week 1 to Tim TebOwned by .4 points, and lost in Week 4 to The Other Side by .84 points.  Add that to a Week 9 loss by only 1.14 points to 2001 Redskins, and that’s 3 of the 8 losses this season by a combined 2.38 points.  Just one victory in either of those weeks would have put the Muses in the playoffs.

The Muses also were never able to put together any good momentum this season, as evidenced by multiple 2 game win or losing streaks.  More consistent play would have given them a playoff spot.  The Muses also suffered by spending their top draft pick on the most likely fantasy bust of the 2010 season, WR Randy Moss, along with losing their second round pick, RB Ryan Grant, to a season ending injury in Week 1 .  The Muse Academy Muses could be a favored team to make the playoffs next year, but will need better scoring and consistent play to do so.

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