The players of the National Flag Football League of Atlanta braved a cold and rainy morning of games Saturday before hitting the local gay sports bar.
Woofs hosted the players for the league’s “Overtime” event. The players were all too happy to head for the warm and dry confines of the popular Plasters Avenue bar.
The players had something more to celebrate than making it through the Week 5 games unscathed. The NFFLA’s ATL Kings just returned from the Gay Bowl with a B-Division Championship!
There are two weeks left in the regular season before NFFLA playoffs start.
Photos by Russ Bowen-Youngblood
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