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Stars Align for an Epic Ending to the Regular Season

The regular season wraps up this week and it is going to be epic. 3 divisional titles, a #1 seed, and the last playoff will all be up for grabs in winner take all showdowns. Starting off in the Red Division, Chicago and San Francisco will battle to see who wins the divisional crown and the top overall seed. The Rattlesnakes dropped their 3rd straight game while the Triumph remain red hot winning 5 straight games. San Fran won the first matchup in week 5 when both teams met with undefeated records. It was the only game in which the Triumph failed to break 100 points. Going to the White division, Atlanta and North Dakota will face off for that divisional title. The Nimrods come into the game as the top scorer from last week with 141 points and clinched a playoff spot with the victory. Atlanta had a chance to win the division but dropped a heart breaker as Detroit came from behind to overtake them on Monday Night Football. The Devils punched their ticket with the win for the 7th spot. North Dakota prevailed in their first meeting in week 5 winning a high scoring contest 139 to 130. The Blue Division will showcase the defending champion Surge vs the Ice Knights. Anchorage has been on a historic scoring binge all season and will earn the all-time regular season point record if they score more than 95 points. San Diego had a chance to wrap up the division but stumbled and saw their 7-game winning streak snapped. The Ice Knights won their previous meeting against the Surge by 15 points, ironically in week 5. The last playoff spot will be decided between Fort Wayne and Sterling Heights. The Pistons won last week eliminating the Diamonds to set up this winner moves on matchup. Whoever wins this game will enter the playoffs with a 5-9 record, joining the 2011 Atlanta Jesters and 2012 Anchorage Ice Knights with that futile record. Fort Wayne won their previous meeting 186-125 in week 4. In the battle of the Draft Day blunders, Tampa Bay and Los Angeles will square off and position themselves not to make the Toilet Bowl. The Blizzard and Bombers can question what happened after pulling off the biggest blockbuster on draft day only to see the season go horribly wrong for both teams. And then there are the Denver Diamonds who replaced the Blizzard for last place. At the midway point of the regular season, Denver was 4-3 and 3 games clear of the basement.