Youth tackle football in Plainfield
Not to smart

Minooka, IL

#141 Nov 7, 2012
Soccer is not a sport! You play soccer because you can't play any other sport. Go play band!
Parent

Saint Charles, IL

#142 Nov 8, 2012
Prowler Parent wrote:
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So testy- yes I agree with your quote on the white division the Prowlers played in last year it was a joke- just a an Fyi due to it being a joke it has changed and no longer exist in that structure- all 32 teams play for one spot to Florida in the same playoff bracket in post season so I would lose that argument. Not sure on Seneca but don't think they could go to Hyde Park or Berwyn and dominate. Anyhow good luck to you and hope all go well.
Last can we stop all the scrimmage talk- due to weight restrictions that differ in each league it won't happen. It does no team any good, because of the set up one team is always going to be better than the other- also it opens both leagues up to huge insurance liability if someone gets hurt playing outside of their weight structure. That is why it can't happen
just as a follow up the same group of prowlers that were 0-9 as 8 yr old MM's are now 10-0 and playing in the final 4 of the conference this week! No easy schedules and final 4 of 24 teams in all of Chi ain't too damn bad-
Green and Gold

Joliet, IL

#143 Nov 10, 2012
Parent wrote:
<quoted text> just as a follow up the same group of prowlers that were 0-9 as 8 yr old MM's are now 10-0 and playing in the final 4 of the conference this week! No easy schedules and final 4 of 24 teams in all of Chi ain't too damn bad-
You dont play anybody name some good competition you go up against. Your organization is a has been and has for a while. Your stud players from last year that are playing high school football suck. Get real, your team last year was 9-0 and lost the first playoff game. You want competition come on over and play us.
Parent

Plainfield, IL

#144 Nov 10, 2012
Green and Gold wrote:
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You dont play anybody name some good competition you go up against. Your organization is a has been and has for a while. Your stud players from last year that are playing high school football suck. Get real, your team last year was 9-0 and lost the first playoff game. You want competition come on over and play us.
Aaah.,.there it is! I love how the us is used as if you the Parent play- that is awesome! As for competition I'm positive that your program wouldn't even break even if u went in the city and played like we do- but then again we wouldn't want u to have to go in the ghetto! So please stay in the northern burbs league and stop hating! I'm sure Hyde park, Berwyn, Shabonna, Homewood, Lawndale or any of the other city programs would be happy to play you! So until u pick up the phone and go to the city to play please stop acting as if u know the level of competition any of the other programs are playing against
Mr Shank

Chicago, IL

#145 Jan 21, 2013
Try Naperville
Disappointed SaintsMom wrote:
My daughter is currently signed up for cheer with tthe Saints. Worse experience ever! They are highly unorganized and don't appear to care about developing childrens talent. I have many friends with sons in football and they too are not pleased.Wish I knew about PJC before going into this waste of time and money. The lack of organization is almost comical if it wasn't an indicator of my wasted money. f
Football rules

Chicago, IL

#146 Jan 28, 2013
Four Super Bowl championships and one national championship. LAST YEAR ALONE. At three different levels. Daddy ball? Not picking best players for travel? Numbers being down?
Facts people. PJC plays teams in the hot bed of youth football. Look at what the towns HS teams do on a year to year basis.
We want the best!
We play the best!
Love Frank

Plainfield, IL

#147 Jan 28, 2013
First off, when you play towns 2 hours away- some of them very small, that is hardly competition for the size the town of Plainfield is. And NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP?! Why don't you state- how PJC PAID to enter that competition, and played 2 games to "win a National Championship". How many other National Champions were down there? Several- because all you have to do is win 2 games. Look it up- www.thenationals.net .
Frankly speaking

Joliet, IL

#148 Jan 28, 2013
Are you serious... NO OTHER team in you league has try outs, except for PJC, you should be winning superbowls every year at every level. You clowns are afraid to play the local teams in the area. PJC are the cowards of Plainfield. Come on over to the Prowlers, Wolverines, and/or Saints, PJC is a joke....Keep offering free football to everyone except those that are loyal to your ogranization. All the other teams love it. Frankly speaking the Great Frank and his homo side kick Vicky must be rolling in their graves...
Football rules wrote:
Four Super Bowl championships and one national championship. LAST YEAR ALONE. At three different levels. Daddy ball? Not picking best players for travel? Numbers being down?
Facts people. PJC plays teams in the hot bed of youth football. Look at what the towns HS teams do on a year to year basis.
We want the best!
We play the best!
Football rules

Chicago, IL

#149 Jan 28, 2013
Wow, didn't know that would upset some people. It IS all fact. The premier teams play towns like, Barrington,Cary,Crystal Lake,Huntley, and so on.
The ultimate teams play smaller towns. Mac and PAC teams equally so. All those towns have "try outs" for their premier teams. If they don't make it, they play on a ultimate , PAC , or Mac team.
Once again, just stating facts.
Interesting

Schaumburg, IL

#151 Jan 28, 2013
No wonder why the Plainfield kids are so messed up and sleeping with their teachers. Their parents have no idea how to parent.
Clueless

Joliet, IL

#152 Jan 28, 2013
Football rules state the facts. No other team in your league has an in house progrm. They also picked their team out of the 40 kids that live in that town and pay to play football. You my friend get to pick 18 kids out of 300 or more. facts are facts. And as for your National team you paid for that and play other teams that paid. You didnt have a national playoff system like Pop Warner/Saints or like the Naperville Patriots. Your teams couldnt last against those teams. That's why PJC chickens out when other Plainfield teams want to scrimmage them. Excuse after excuse on why pjc wont play them. If your so great then schedule some scrimmages against the other Plainfield teams like the Prowlers, Wolverines, and/or Saints. Please stop spewing from your mouth all this crap.
Football rules wrote:
I guess I shouldn't be surprised by people's comments on here. I would just hope any PJC member conducts himself/herself with some class.
If anyone is looking for the truth here good luck.
www.tcyfl.net
That is the web sight for our league. Feel free to browse to find out more.
All fact.
Football rules

Plainfield, IL

#153 Jan 29, 2013
We did scrimmage the Patriots two years ago. They won't come back. We've scrimmaged, romeoville,homer Glenn,and the prowlers recently.
No pretty for them. All those towns listed, I forgot lake villa, have programs near our size. Barrington has an in house. The others have a full slate of Mac and PAC teams. More than two in a weight class. Some three. If you knew how the teams are placed in our league you would know your statement is not true.
Our top teams(premier) play towns with numbers close to our in those weight groups. Then PJC does one better. PJC puts another team at each level in Big Ten play(top level). The only other town that does the same is Barrington. Our second teams play other towns first teams. At some levels PJC has a third,forth,fifth team. Which play smaller towns number one. Or larger towns equal team.
If most of the,"hate PJC" commenters could hear yourselves. Please don't post unless you know THE FACTS. Not rumor.
By the way, more than four towns in this league left their old ones looking for better competition. Including the ONE in Wisconsin.
I'd also appreciate the low class name calling to stop. Or is that to much to ask?
Cold Hard Fact

Plainfield, IL

#154 Jan 29, 2013
Football rules wrote:
Four Super Bowl championships and one national championship. LAST YEAR ALONE. At three different levels. Daddy ball? Not picking best players for travel? Numbers being down?
Facts people. PJC plays teams in the hot bed of youth football. Look at what the towns HS teams do on a year to year basis.
We want the best!
We play the best!
. Oh let see facts!! Here is a cold fact for you- I personally sat in a garage with 3 of your travel coaches who already listed their teams out on paper?! Seems fair to me that teams are picked in Jan, 8 months before your so called tryouts. So u see there is your problem- your own coaches are in the community letting it be known to all that unless u know someone in the "ranks" there is no spot for you? I hope u r able to fix it- good luck with that. Fact- I watched one of your "travel" teams play this past fall where the HC, had his son playing LB, TB, KR, K, and also took snaps at QB? Anyone watching could see the kid should of been on the line somewhere since he was one of the slowest on the team- hence the term "Daddy Ball"
No skin n the game or kids in your program just sharing FACTS with you- hope it helps. Get the coaches under control both on and off the field
Football rules

Chicago, IL

#155 Jan 29, 2013
What team was that? I would honestly like to know so I can bring it to someone's attention. PJC has a program with a lot of teams and coaches. We try our best to police ourselves. That information may be true or not.
The other programs in town have the same issues as do all programs everywhere.
I wish everyone knew all the boys that have made or not made the travel teams.
His coach may have been wrong but football is a sport like no other. Being athletic doesn't make a boy a football player. The love of contact does. Size doesn't make a football player. Heart does.
Football rules

Chicago, IL

#156 Jan 29, 2013
As for more FACT, the coaches that coached the top three Super Bowl teams DIDN'T EVEN HAVE THEIR OWN KIDS ON THE TEAM. FACT!
Love Frank

Plainfield, IL

#157 Jan 29, 2013
Still don't have anyone disputing about your NATIONAL CHAMPIONS. Is it true, or not- that PJC paid to play in that competition, and only needed to win 2 games to be "National Champions"?
Football rules

Chicago, IL

#158 Jan 29, 2013
Yes, that is called a tournament ? The title of the winner in their division is a national champion in that tourney. Much like all youth football calls their championships superbowls . Just titles but winners non the less. Don't all our families PAY to play. You play a season that most teams make the playoffs rt? Then 2-3 wins and now your a Super Bowl champ.
Who knows maybe your organization might or could be one. No lies here just facts.
They played 2 games and won to get to title game. And won that.
That heavyweight team lost one game the entire season and 2"championships".
In my eyes, and I would hope anyone else's , that
is pretty awesome.
But keep digging. Your doing a great job. I'm sure if I could get in contact with any parents/coaches from the other teams that went to Florida , and spent the money, they would tell you that they were disappointed . To make you happy,lets just call it"tournament champions".
Anything else?
Football rules

Chicago, IL

#159 Jan 29, 2013
It is called that by the way because the tournament is a national invite. Any team can play.
Anonymous

Shorewood, IL

#160 Jan 29, 2013
Football rules .. why even bother. While you are a class act representing your org, seems like ... this person is more concerned with demeaning an organization they don't belong to (anymore?) as opposed to promoting the positives and benefits of their own organization. Now there's a fact!
Naperville Patroits

Joliet, IL

#161 Jan 29, 2013
Football Rules, lets talk about this year. Only cowards and losers live in the past....Our unlimited team attempted to scrimmage your so called premier team several time, but your coaches came up with excuse after excuse. Bottom line we would have kicked your ass, but never the less we attempted. The Naperville Chargers played scrimmaged your great teams last year and kicked their ass. You talk a big game for a team that has to travel two to three hours away to play no competition. I also watched the unlimited Wolverines this past year and theirs no doubt those kids would have kicked your unlimited teams asses. I watch a lot of youth football and facts are your teams are average to a little above average. If you were so great why do so many plainfield kids play for other organizations. The Patriots alone had 6 kids from Plainfield playing for their NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM. We went above you guys and played a freshman team at Dallas Cowboys stadium. If your teams are so great why arent you on their blogs bragging about it instead of hiding on a youth football in Plainfield.

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