The Mid-Missouri Outlaws have finished their first six games of the season and have six more to go. I thought it would be fun to see what you think of the league, now that the season is halfway done for our Outlaws. The Champions Professional Indoor Football League has had a heck of a first season so far if you ask me.

The Wichita Wild are 6-1, Sioux City Bandits and Omaha Beef are 4-1; Kansas City Renegades are 4-2; Salina Bombers are 3-2; Bloomington Edge are 3-3; Oklahoma Defenders are 2-4; Lincoln Haymakers and Kansas Koyotes are 1-4; and the Outlaws are 0-6 on the season.

I've had a lot of people ask me how the playoffs work, so here's the explanation. The top four teams with the best overall record at the end of the season qualify for post-season play. The teams with the best record would host the first round of the playoffs and the CPIFL Championship would be played at the team with the best record after the 1st round.

There is quite the logjam in the standings, and this weekend will be huge in deciding tiebreakers as the Mid-Missouri Outlaws play the Wichita Wild, the Sioux City Bandits play the Omaha Beef, the Salina Bombers take on the Kansas City Renegades, the Bloomington Edge play the Kansas Koyotes and Oklahoma Defenders play Lincoln Haymakers.

Who do you think will win the CPIFL?