Jets Tie Chiefs; GDFL Peach State Division Wide Open

The Atlanta Chiefs head coach resigned prior to the regular season beginning and there has been no official announcement of a new coach being named. Owner Stan Gay was listed on the game program as head coach. The Chiefs were in as new home and entertaining the Georgia Jets, A rivalry that was born in 2010 in the Southern Football League when the teams were scheduled to met in the annual Southern Football League Classic, an exhibition game held a week prior tot he season starting. The squads didn’t play and with a change in the regular season schedule they would only meet once during the regular season.

The Chiefs would win that regular season meeting 17-6. The Jets would go on to win their next meeting in the 2010 Southern Football League Championship 7-0 in dramatic fashion and lead the overall series 3-1-1. Both teams now play in the national Gridiron Development Football League (GDFL).

This past weekend the teams met for their fifth time in their history. It would mark the first tie in either teams history. Here is a report on the game.

The Chiefs and Jets will meet again at the Jets home field of Twelve Oaks Stadium in Hampton, GA. That contest could way heavy in the playoffs picture at that time of the season especially with both teams having a tie on their record.

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