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sweetcell

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Re: fantasy football: a league of our own
« Reply #915 on: November 22, 2016, 02:08:07 pm »
well well well, look who just snuck into the last playoff spot...

(yes, i realize i'll need to hold on to it over the next 3 games for it to mean anything, but i'm basking in what little glory i have while i have it...)
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Re: fantasy football: a league of our own
« Reply #916 on: November 22, 2016, 02:14:16 pm »
Pretty upset I picked up the Miami defense and they only got me 7 points. Making me look like an idiot. Smh.
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Re: fantasy football: a league of our own
« Reply #917 on: November 22, 2016, 04:38:24 pm »
funny how bunched up the league is.... currently 3rd, with 3 games to go, without really poring over the schedule, I can still catch the first place team, and conversely, last place team can still catch me.....

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Re: fantasy football: a league of our own
« Reply #918 on: November 22, 2016, 04:46:18 pm »
I'll never be caught

I hope
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Re: fantasy football: a league of our own
« Reply #919 on: December 06, 2016, 12:51:20 pm »
With the regular season finale this upcoming weekend, Flying Elbows has locked up the #1 seed, while #2 KAOS and #3 Salty can breathe easy with their points-scored margins as tiebreakers.  It's a four-way contest for the last playoff spot, although 5-8 Crump's would need a *lot* to go right.  Standings & scenarios detailed below.

  • (1.) Flying Elbows (11-2, 1662.98 pts): Already in.
  • (2.) KAOS (7-6, 1439.38 pts): In with win vs #8 P&P.  With loss, definitely in playoffs 4/8 scenarios, or goes to points tiebreaker vs other 7-7 teams.
  • (3.) team salty (7-6, 1430.42 pts): In with win vs #5 Carls.  With loss, definitely in playoffs 2/8 scenarios, or goes to points tiebreaker vs other 7-7 teams.
  • (4.) NJ Barebacks (6-7, 1361.62 pts): In with win vs #1 Elbows *and* losses by #5 Carls & #6 Godieinhell2, or goes to points tiebreaker vs other 7-7 teams.  With loss, points tiebreaker possible in 2/8 scenarios.
  • (5.) We Are Both Carls (6-7, 1347.38 pts): In with win vs #3 Salty *and* losses by #4 Barebacks & #6 Godieinhell2, or goes to points tiebreaker vs other 7-7 teams.  With loss, points tiebreaker possible in 2/8 scenarios.
  • (6.) Godieinhell2 (6-7, 1312.56 pts): In with win vs #7 Crump's *and* losses by #4 Barebacks & #5 Carls, or goes to points tiebreaker vs other 7-7 teams.  With loss, points tiebreaker possible in 2/8 scenarios.
  • (7.) Crump's Brother (5-8, 1285.32 pts): With win over #6 Godieinhell2 *and* losses by #4 Barebacks & #5 Carls, goes to points tiebreaker amongst four 6-8 teams.
  • (8.) P&P 6949 (4-9, 1353.42 pts): Already out.

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Re: fantasy football: a league of our own
« Reply #920 on: December 06, 2016, 02:05:08 pm »
i really needed a W this past weekend, and my team pooped the bed bigly.  dammit.  near-zero chance that i'll beat flying elbows, so in practice i'm at the mercy of Carls & Godieinhell2 both having a bad week.  great, just great.
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Re: fantasy football: a league of our own
« Reply #921 on: December 06, 2016, 02:09:39 pm »
I hope that's right that I'm in either way because Pigskin/Pigtails always beats me.... I was cursing the Fantasy Gods last week after losing to the Elbows despite scoring 134 points, I have the two highest losing scores in the league this year....

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Re: fantasy football: a league of our own
« Reply #922 on: December 06, 2016, 02:19:38 pm »
Can't believe how low I scored! Sincerely thought I would lose since I only had a 10 point lead going into the Monday night game. What a pleasant surprise.

OFF THE TOP ROPE BAYBAY!!
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Re: fantasy football: a league of our own
« Reply #923 on: December 06, 2016, 02:20:54 pm »
I hope that's right that I'm in either way because Pigskin/Pigtails always beats me.... I was cursing the Fantasy Gods last week after losing to the Elbows despite scoring 134 points, I have the two highest losing scores in the league this year....
Yeah, a lot of people on my team went ape poop last week to get that W. Proud of my team. Pound the rock. lol
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Re: fantasy football: a league of our own
« Reply #924 on: December 07, 2016, 12:43:20 pm »
I hope that's right that I'm in either way because Pigskin/Pigtails always beats me.... I was cursing the Fantasy Gods last week after losing to the Elbows despite scoring 134 points, I have the two highest losing scores in the league this year....
Yeah, a lot of people on my team went ape poop last week to get that W. Proud of my team. Pound the rock. lol

you put together a juggernaut, you've outscored the next closest team by over 200 points.... that's just ridiculous....

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Re: fantasy football: a league of our own
« Reply #925 on: December 07, 2016, 03:54:16 pm »
Time to follow in the footsteps of my favorite teams and get knocked out in the first round.
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Re: fantasy football: a league of our own
« Reply #926 on: December 12, 2016, 10:58:31 am »
Holy geez Le'veon Bell went insane. Carried all the slackers on my team this week. Sheesh!
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Re: fantasy football: a league of our own
« Reply #927 on: December 12, 2016, 11:00:03 am »
Sorry for the TAN post but I figured this was the best place for potentially interested parties to see it: anyone interested in a fantasy integer league?
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Re: fantasy football: a league of our own
« Reply #928 on: December 13, 2016, 10:38:16 am »
PLAYOFFS ARE SET.

Week 14 saw all three 6-7 teams lose (@#%!@#) while the 5-8 team won, so the four teams tied at 6-8 went to a points-scored tiebreaker for the last playoff spot.  Congrats to NJ Barebacks (6-8), who edged out yours truly by 7 freaking points for that #4 seed.

The Barebacks will take on #1 seed and juggernaut Flying Elbows (12-2).  #2 Team Salty (8-6) will play #3 KAOS (7-7).

Congrats to the playoff-bound teams, and thanks to Commish Barebacks.

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Re: fantasy football: a league of our own
« Reply #929 on: December 13, 2016, 12:19:47 pm »
it's a case of be careful what you wish for... i needed all 6-7 teams to lose, which they did, fortunately/unfortunately that means i get to have my ass handed to me for the second week in a row by the juggernaut.  yeay.  i look forward to fighting for third place.
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