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1 minute ago, weepaws said:

What is it that you believe in? I’m not religious.  

 

I told you- I believe in you being a chickensh!t because you are scared to come out of your safe haven leagues. 

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4 minutes ago, Sean Mooney said:

I told you- I believe in you being a chickensh!t because you are scared to come out of your safe haven leagues. 

So you don’t want to tell me the truth then, okay. 

Thanks. 

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This is axe tread so we need to move on from here, do we can carry on are conversation on a different tread. 

My apologies to the OP. N

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6 hours ago, weepaws said:

So you don’t want to tell me the truth then, okay. 

Thanks. 

I'm a Lutheran. And I know that lying breaks a commandment...You lie.

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I somehow managed to go 3-2 again this week, despite Derrick Henry leading 4 of my 5 teams to either the highest score or the next-highest score in their respective leagues.  Yep, one of those next-highest scores ran into the highest score.  I also lost both leagues in which I started Justin Jefferson.  The fantasy gods never let Axe Elf off easy.

League 1:  This was the roller coaster ride of the week.  I was originally projected for a tidy win in this Superflex run-centric league, what with my opponent's QBs being Geno Smith, Baker Mayfield, Cooper Rush and Desmond Ridder.  So I went into the game up one QB, and then Henry did his thing, and it was looking pretty over.  But after getting 50-burgers himself from Dalvin Cook and Aaron Jones--not to mention 44 from the Seattle DST--I was entering Monday Night Football with a tenuous 37 point lead and needing to dodge Mixon and Higgins (with Chase out)!  20 points is nothing for a bellcow RB like Mixon in this league.  Heck, I got 14.5 out of Damien Harris--and 23.1 out of Latavius Murray!  Going into MNF, I was projected for a 15 point loss.  But somehow, Mixon was held to just 14 points!  (His RB Swift had suffered a similar fate earlier in the day.)  I wasn't too worried about Higgins, because WR scoring is mostly just standard scoring in this league--but we do get 1 point for a 40 yard reception and 2 more points for a 40 yard TD reception.  So I cringed a little when Higgins pulled in that late 41 yard TD--but it was too little, too late, and I got the 7 point victory with the 2nd-highest score in the league to his 3rd-highest score.  Too bad he couldn't start a 2nd QB...  This team becomes the first of my three 5-3 teams.

League 2:  I don't expect much of my QBs in this strong PPR team, but Sam Ehlinger was even worse than Matt Ryan had been, and Daniel Jones laid an egg as well, so I got 18.58 points total from my 2 QBs.  With Jefferson's relatively quiet day (and no Henry in this league), I couldn't overcome my opponent's Hurts/Kamara/Aiyuk combo (they posted about 100 points between them) and fell to 5-3 here as well.  So two losses in a row for this previously 5-1 team; need to get my receivers back on track.

League 3:  With some waiver wire luck, I find myself with an embarrassment of riches at the RB position in this run-centric league (Derrick Henry, Jonathan Taylor--with Nyheim Hines now shuffled off to Buffalo, Kenneth Walker III, Travis Etienne, Gus Edwards, Elijah Mitchell and Damien Harris).  Most of them were just wasting 50 point days on my bench, so I've put my RBs on the block to see if I can pull down a top 5 QB or two--although QBs are also pretty valuable in this league, so I'm not sure I can improve too much.  We'll see.  Anyway, this laugher was a 306-236 blowout, again scoring the 2nd-most points in the league this week and evening my record at 4-4.  Scoring an elite QB would definitely position this team for its Championship run.

League 4:  And for a third time, I scored the 2nd-most points in the league this week--even without Mahomes! (although Kirk Cousins did put on his best performance of the year so far in relief for me)--but it was all in vain as I ran into the highest-scoring team of the week with McCaffrey, Etienne and Foreman (those wascally ff gods), so I'm at 5-3 in this league as well.

League 5:  Despite having three teams with 2nd-highest scores this week, it was my sad-sack 1-6 team that busted out with THE top score in its league this week!  I beat another 1-6 team, so it was kind of a pyrrhic victory, but hey, I knew this team could compete, and if it continues posting scores among the tops in the league, well, I'm only 3 games out of the tie for 3rd place, with 8 games yet to play...

21-19 overall.

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Kind of a bye-pocalypse this week for your favorite fantasy football legend.  Assuming Keenan Allen is eventually ruled out, I will have a total of 9 active players across all five of my benches--and THIRTY EIGHT injured/inactive/bye week players!  On the plus side, I am facing very few difficult lineup decisions this week.

Grab your popcorn...

 

 

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Now with Damien Harris out too, I have 6 active players across my five benches, and had to pick up and start a few FAs (like Terrace Marshall, DeAndre Carter, Caleb Huntley, and Rashid Shaheed) just to submit full lineups this week.  I even have Ben Skowronek playing in one league--where Taysom Hill is starting as my emergency QB2.

This week should be fun...

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On 11/6/2022 at 11:44 AM, AxeElf said:

This week should be fun...

Well, it was a lot more fun than I thought it would be--than it should have been!

League 1:  This one was the worst for attrition.  We start 13 players, and I have 15 players on my bench and IR, and exactly zero of my bench players were active this week.  I even had to start Skowronek, and he scored zero.  In fact, I tallied a sum total of 35 points from Marcus Mariota, Deon Jackson, Mike Gesicki, Evan Engram, Marvin Jones and Ben Skowronek.  I mean, I suppose if Taysom Hill and Rashid Shaheed go nuts tonight and score about 70 between them, and Lamar Jackson has a quiet night, I may still have a chance, but I'm probably better off assuming this will be a loss, dropping to 5-4.

And that was it for the damage--my other four leagues were all wins!

League 2:  Sam Ehlinger was my only QB with Winston out and Daniel Jones on bye; I started Allen Robinson in the Superflex slot!  But Justin Jefferson, Stefon Diggs, Tyler Lockett, Travis Etienne, and Cordarrelle Patterson all put in work and lifted this team to the second-highest score in the league this week (next to the Mixon owner) and a healthy 6-3 record.

League 3:  Nothing like getting 174 points from your three RBs (Henry, Walker, Etienne).  Etienne was my Superflex, with Garoppolo on bye, but since he's dropping a 60 burger just about every week, I might just leave him there.  Still have Olave and Taysom going tonight, but I don't need them; opponent is done and I'm already up 10.  Hello 5-4.

League 4:  Mahomes, Jefferson, Henry, Patterson, Goedert... din't even matter that Doubs made an early exit.  I have Baltimore DST going tonight, but again, I don't need them; opponent is done and I'm up by 50.  Should be one of the top 2 scores in the league this week, depending on BAL, and another healthy 6-3 record.

League 5:  Well, it wasn't the highest score in the league this week--in fact, there were only three teams I could have beaten after getting a grand total of 6.52 points from my two QBs (Mariota and PJ Walker)--but I went into Sunday Night Football needing 23.5 points from Derrick Henry, and he gave me 25.5.  I'm now up to 3-6 in this sad sack league, after stringing together two consecutive wins.

25-20 overall.

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Even after eating the koo-koo Koo score in two leagues on Thursday, I am currently projected to go 5-0 this week, by a cumulative point spread of 77.65 points across the 5 leagues--an average of more than 15 points per league.  That's like having one extra top 10 player on each of my teams against each of my opponents.

Let's see how the fantasy gods react to Axe Elf's apparently insurmountable advantage...  Injuries?  Monsoon weather?  Locusts?  ...???

They couldn't let me get to 30-20 on the season THAT easy, could they??

Breaking the 2/3 win percentage is like breaking the sound barrier!  I'd better strap in against potentially severe buffeting...

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On 11/12/2022 at 3:10 AM, AxeElf said:

Let's see how the fantasy gods react to Axe Elf's apparently insurmountable advantage...  Injuries?  Monsoon weather?  Locusts?  ...???

Ok, so I wasn't really expecting locusts, but I did expect that at least one of these projected losers would rise up and have a monster day against me--and that happened in League 5, the sad sack league (of course).

My team was kind of a mixed bag.  My QBs (Mariota and Garoppolo) came in on schedule, earning the same 36 points between them that was projected.  Najee Harris also held his own for once, and even though Henry and Etienne came in a combined 20 points under their projection, CeeDee Lamb came in 20 points over his projection so that was a wash.  My other 3 WRs also came in a combined 10 points over projections--but I lost Zach Ertz on his first catch.  Overall, I still exceeded my projection by 5 points for a nice tidy 138.

Unfortunately, I faced the second-highest scoring team in the league this week, sporting Mahomes and Tua at QB, McLaurin, Peoples-Jones and Darius Slayton, of all people, at WR, Aaron Jones at RB, and even his wire-fodder TE, Foster Moreau, put up 10 more than Ertz, and I lost by 23.  At 3-7, whatever faint playoff hopes this team might have still entertained before this loss were pretty much snuffed out.  I'm now 3 games out of a playoff berth, with four other teams within 1 game of that last berth, with 5 games to go--so it's not as statistically unlikely as Sean Mooney posting something truthful, but it's close.

And then there were the locusts, in League 2--and the fantasy gods were highly calculating in their strike.

As I sat watching my League 2 WRs dominating the PPR leader boards throughout the early games (Justin Jefferson, Stefon Diggs, Amon-Ra and Godwin were literally 4 of the top 5 WRs through most of the early games, and even Lockett scored for me), I am thinking there is NO WAY I can lose this game!

But as Axe Elf was probably the only fantasy owner to start Sam Ehlinger this week (after dumping his remaining $63 FAB on getting him two weeks ago), the fantasy gods could target Axe Elf specifically by making it a surprise to the world that the absolutely-benched-for-the-rest-of-the-season Matt Ryan would actually start for the Colts this week--and apparently, on into the future--instead of Ehlinger.  That's new.  Good one, fantasy gods!

So with the zero at SuperFlex, I went into Sunday Night Football needing his SuperFlex, Justin Herbert, to score 12 points or less, and he scored 15, technically giving me a 3 point loss.  I ended up with the 3rd-highest score of the week against the 2nd-highest score of the week, but I literally could have replaced Ehlinger with any active player on my bench and gained the 3+ points I would have needed to have the win and the 2nd-highest score of the week.  Even if I didn't find out until 5 minutes before game time, I had Allen Robinson going in the late window who would have done the trick.

So since this one wasn't on me or my team, but on the chaos with the Colts, I'm counting it as a win, based on my team being the superior team this week.  So that takes me to 7-3 on the year in League 2, 3rd place in the standings and 3rd-most points scored, 1 game and 54 points out of the lead in each category.

The other 3 leagues were all easy wins, so I have one other 7-3 team and two 6-4 teams; 4-1 this week and 29-21 overall.  That league with Mahomes/Henry/Jefferson almost isn't even fair.  Playoffs on the horizon for 4 of the 5 leagues...

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You now own a better win % than the great Sean Mooney, congrats. 

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16 hours ago, weepaws said:

You now own a better win % than the great Sean Mooney, congrats. 

Greater than you and AxeElf?

Absolutely.

Also, hilarious that AxeElf talks about me posting truthful and then straight up lies about his record and everything. Funny stuff from you two guys. 

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So the one league I don't own Derrick Henry, I'm playing against him.  That's fair.

On the plus side, with no 2nd QB in that league any more (until Winston, Keenum or Ehlinger start again), and Etienne, Godwin, Lockett and Rachaad White all on bye--AND Clyde Edwards-Helaire looking like the ugly duckling in the Chiefs' backfield these days, I didn't have many options for the Superflex slot this week.

So when Randall Cobb was activated tonight, I took a shot and picked him up and started him, waiver wire to lineup (kinda like farm to table).  He was projected for 6.96 points and he posted a solid 13.30.

On the down side, the player I dropped for Cobb was Robert Woods, so I gained exactly 0.40 fantasy points for my cleverness.

Might have to take one for the team in that league this week--and let that teach me to allow someone else to draft Henry.

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It's looking like a second consecutive 4-1 week...

League 1:  I went up against Joe Burrow, Davante Adams, Amari Cooper, Justin Jefferson and David Montgomery--and I'm currently projected to win by 110 points.  It will be a win in any case, as my opponent is done, I have a 78 point lead, and I still have Keenan Allen, Trey McBride, and the Arizona DST to go.  That's how crazy the RB scoring is in this league--and how well Axe Elf drafted to exploit it.  Back-to-back wins lift this team to 7-4.

League 2:  This was the one league in which I did not own Derrick Henry, but instead, I was playing against him.  With Etienne, Lockett, Godwin and even Rachaad White on bye--and no active QB2 to SuperFlex--Chuba Hubbard was forced into action at the position over Clyde Edwards-Helaire, and I was projected for a 16 point loss, even before Henry did his thing on Thursday night.  But alas, I didn't get credit for Patterson's KR TD, and his lackluster day coupled with Jefferson's and Diggs' subpar efforts left even valiant performances by Latavius Murray, Allen Robinson and Randall Cobb short of my opponent, who started Jamaal Williams, Joe Burrow, Chris Olave, and Amari Cooper against me.  Those are many of the same players I faced in League 1, but oh what a difference PPR makes; my opponent is currently projected for the top score in the league by some 30 points!  I'll drop to 7-4 here as well.

League 3:  This is another run-centric league where my Henry/Taylor centerpiece is really starting to take control,  but even though my opponent's James Conner is projected for 33 points tomorrow night, I currently hold a 72 point lead with Garoppolo to go, behind 106 pts from my RBs, 47 from Mariota, 20 from Taysom Hill at TE, and St. Brown and Olave handling the WR slots responsibly.  It's looking like the 2nd-highest score in the league, and I'm starting to sound like a broken record with another 7-4 record (but this record ain't broke).

League 4:  I have Mahomes and Aiyuk yet to go, but my opponent is done and I'm already up by 11.  Glad I picked up the Baltimore defense (17 points) to replace the Eagles' defense (7 points)...  Oh no, not another 7-4 record?!?  No, sorry, I'm afraid not.  Axe Elf is 8-3 in this league.

League 5:  Looks like even the sad sack league is going to take home a W this week, although this is certainly the one that is most in question.  I currently hold a 1 point lead with Garoppolo and Keenan Allen to go; my opponent has Mike Williams to go.  I like my chances to improve to 4-7, but there's still some suspense, given Allen's propensity to play 2 plays and leave--giving Williams more opportunities in the process.

33-22 overall if everything goes as planned in League 5--woohoo, 60% win percentage, here I come!

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Well, after the Thanksgiving triple-header, it looked like I was going to roll to an easy 5-0 record this week.  But since it's a law that at least one player has to set a career high or an NFL record when facing Axe Elf, naturally I ended up with a couple of losses.  Still in good shape overall, though...

League 1:  This team has probably struggled more than it should have, between inopportune bye weeks, injuries and having patience with the transition between Trubisky and Pickett at my QB2 position, but things are starting to look up now after a 3 game winning streak, and I’m sitting in a pretty good position tied for 2nd place at 8-4, currently the 3rd seed out of 4 playoff teams.  I won’t catch the undefeated 1st-place team, so I just have to avoid falling to the 4th seed to avoid having to play the undefeated team until the Championship game.  I’ve had to weather extended absences from Keenan Allen, Chris Godwin, Marquise Brown, J.K. Dobbins, Gus Edwards and Damien Harris—but Latavius Murray (whom I spent almost half of my $51 FAB to get in October) looks like he’ll be the lead RB for the Broncos the rest of the way, and I’m hopeful of having Allen, Godwin, Edwards and maybe Dobbins all back for the stretch run.  I have no FAB left, and 3 games to go; 2 of my remaining opponents are right on my heels at 7-5, but I should be able to put down next week’s 5-7 team without difficulty—after posting the highest score in the league this week, and holding the 4th-most total points on the season.

League 2:  Even with Matt Ryan struggling, this team was in first place with the most points scored for most of the first month or so—and then this nonsense happened where Ryan was supposed irrevocably benched for the season and I had to blow my remaining FAB to get Ehlinger, only to have him suck, and then ultimately replaced by Ryan again, whom I had long before dropped.  So I was stuck without a Superflex QB—and without any remaining FAB.  I managed to do a little overhaul during last week’s waivers, landing QB prospects Mike White, Joe Flacco, and Trevor Siemian (dropping Case Keenum, Sam Ehlinger, and Clyde Edwards-Helaire) on $0 waiver claims behind the smoke of Taylor Heinicke drawing waiver claims from two other teams who had FAB left (he went for $11).  So hopefully between those three and Jameis Winston, I can eke out a QB2 for most of the remaining weeks—so far, Mike White is looking like a season-saver, contributing to my second-highest score of the week, and helping to maintain my overall total points dominance (I have also had the most points scored against me of any team in this league).  After a sweet win over the former 2nd-place team (I beat Mahomes/Allen/CMC/Taylor with DJones/MWhite/LMurray/RWhite—LOL!), I’m in a three-way tie for third place at 8-4 by record, but hold the 3rd seed out of 4 playoff teams due to total points.  My three remaining opponents are all within one win of my team in the standings, so I’m going to need to continue to get strong performances out of my five top-20 WRs in this PPR league (Jefferson, Diggs, Amon-Ra, Godwin, Lockett)—and hope that the QBs and RBs (Etienne, Patterson, Latavius, Rachaad and Chuba) don’t let them down.

League 3:  This team seems to have struggled more than it should as well, and this week was no exception, as Jalen Hurts set an NFL record and scored 71 points against me, and I made the error of starting Brandon Aiyuk over Chris Godwin on a hunch this week, which cost me 20 points, and I lost by 10 points.  It doesn’t really matter, though, as six teams make the playoffs in this 10-team league, there are currently five teams with my record of 7-5 or better, and the remaining five teams are all tied at 4-8.  So none of them can catch us, with 2 games remaining in the regular season here, but one of them will emerge to join us in the playoffs as the 6th seed.  I can’t fall to the 6th seed, so I’m hopeful of ascending to the 3rd seed (to stay out of the 1-seed’s bracket), but for that to happen one of the two 8-4 teams will have to lose both games while I win both games.  I do play one of them in the next two weeks, along with the last-place team in my division for an easy win.  It just sucks that I have such an embarrassment of riches at the RB position in a highly run-centric scoring system, and I can only start 2 of Henry, Taylor, Etienne, Walker, Edwards, DHarris, and formerly Eli Mitchell.  I was regularly getting something like 150 points on my bench in this league.

That's all I have time for right now; I'll have to update the other two leagues later.  Sorry to leave you all in suspense...

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3 minutes ago, Sean Mooney said:

Just a reminder this dude lies about his league results.

Please provide prof?

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4 minutes ago, weepaws said:

Please provide prof?

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So since this one wasn't on me or my team, but on the chaos with the Colts, I'm counting it as a win, based on my team being the superior team this week.

A few posts up...he lost the week

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5 minutes ago, Sean Mooney said:

A few posts up...he lost the week

Do you think that you’re tread on the little help board will make to 100 views before someone gives you some advice?  

I don’t think I’ve seen a tread reach 100 views before anyone posted a reply. 

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11 minutes ago, weepaws said:

Do you think that you’re tread on the little help board will make to 100 views before someone gives you some advice?  

I don’t think I’ve seen a tread reach 100 views before anyone posted a reply. 

"Thread"

Fine if no one wants to offer advice. I am just looking for other thoughts. I have my own. 

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It’s reached 101 views and the only post was you talking to you.  

 

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3 hours ago, weepaws said:

It’s reached 101 views and the only post was you talking to you.  

 

🤣

And yet my life has continued forward.

And most of those 101 views are you going into the thread to see if anyone has commented on it despite the fact that the 0 would tell you no one else has yet. 

Besides- I thought you were done derailing AxeElf's thread:

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This is axe tread so we need to move on from here, do we can carry on are conversation on a different tread. 

My apologies to the OP. N

 

And damn- you really don't know how to spell "thread" do you?

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111 views with no response.  I think that’s the record, congrats. 

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52 minutes ago, weepaws said:

111 views with no response.  I think that’s the record, congrats. 

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This is axe tread so we need to move on from here, do we can carry on are conversation on a different tread. 

My apologies to the OP. N

 

 

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Continuing the Week 12 update:

League 4:  This league really irritates me.  Yes, it had the best record of all my teams at 8-3, I’m tied for first place by record, I’m second in total points scored (-50 or so), and yet nonsense keeps occurring on a regular basis.  For instance, the average score in this league is 126 pts per week.  150 is a really good score.  I have scored 150+ points in 4 of the last 5 weeks, and I have lost 2 of those contests.  This week was a new high for the nonsense, though, as I faced the 9th-place, 3-8 team which had scored more than the league average (126) only one time this season, and that was only 138.  I dropped 150 on them this week, but between Josh Jacobs, Miles Sanders, Chris Godwin, Adam Thielen and Dalton Schultz, my hapless opponent threw up a 180.  So now I’m in a 4-way tie for first place at 8-4, holding down the second seed and a first round bye for the 6 team playoffs.  I’m pretty much a shoo-in, with 2 games to go and a 2 game lead over any of the 3 teams at 6-6 vying for the final 2 playoff berths.  However, I do play the new 9th-place team in Week 14, so I should probably be prepared for a loss in that one, too.

League 5:  When you look up “not yet mathematically eliminated” in the dictionary, there will be a picture of this team’s avatar.  With a second straight victory, this time over the 4th-place team, I lifted my record to 5-7.  With three weeks to go, my goal is still to finish over .500—but I will need a lengthy series of highly unlikely events to occur if I am to make the playoffs.  I am currently in 7th place, with 3 games to go.  I am within 3 games of second place, but even if I won out and they lost out, I’d have to outscore them in those 3 games by some 250 points, so that’s not going to happen.  There is a currently a tie for the 3rd/4th playoff spots between two 7-5 teams, but one of them also has over 200 more points than me, so I would have to win out and them lose out to catch them.  The other one is probably my best bet to overtake, since I have 20 more points scored than them, so I could catch them if they lose two games while I win out.  Great, but the only problem is that I play the 1st place team, the 2nd place team, and the 5th place team over the last 3 weeks—and he literally plays the 8th, 9th, and 10th place teams.  The team in 5th place at 6-6 would probably have to lose 2 of their final 3 games as well while I win out—but they play me and the 9th and 10th place teams over the last 3 weeks.  The other 5-7 team in 6th place has only 4 more total points than me, but they play the 8th and 9th place teams among their final 3 games.  So I’m not holding my breath—on the playoffs OR on finishing over .500—but it’s nice that this sad sack of a team is still in contention (however unlikely) at this point in the season.

So overall I sit at 36-24 (60%), with all five teams still in playoff contention with 2-3 weeks to go (albeit one only mathematically in contention).

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Wow, five minutes in, and three of my players in League 2 have turned the ball over already (Mike White, Daniel Jones and Travis Etienne).

This should be fun...

 

 

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5 minutes ago, AxeElf said:

Wow, five minutes in, and three of my players in League 2 have turned the ball over already (Mike White, Daniel Jones and Travis Etienne).

This should be fun...

 

 

Shouldn't be a problem because you drafted so well

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6 hours ago, gcmmidwest said:

Shouldn't be a problem because you drafted so well

Herd dat.

Between Jefferson, Diggs, Amon-Ra and Lockett, I hold a 30 point lead with Godwin and Rachaad to go; he has Evans--so like you said, it shouldn't be a problem because I drafted so well.

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So League 2 worked itself out, but the drama is in League 5, where my hopes of finishing above .500 hang in the balance.

He has Rachaad White on MNF and an 8 point lead; I have Lamb and Schultz on SNF.  I am projected to win by 1.6 points.

Who ya got?

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