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    Whipped Cream
    1 -1 Adrian Peterson (Min - RB)

    2 -24 Matt Ryan (Atl - QB)

    3 -25 Dwayne Bowe (KC - WR)

    4 -48 Dallas Clark (Ind - TE)

    5 -49 Matt Cassel (KC - QB)

    6 -72 Santana Moss (Was - WR)

    7 -73 Marcedes Lewis (Jac - TE)

    8 -96 Michael Bush (Oak - RB)

    9 -97 T.J. Ward (Cle - S)

    10 -120 Deion Branch (NE - WR)

    11 -121 Chicago (Chi - DEF)

    12 -144 Willis McGahee (Den - RB)

    13 -145 Mike Sims-Walker (StL - WR)

    14 -168 Clay Matthews (GB - LB)

    15 -169 Marion Barber (Chi - RB)

    16 -192 Adam Vinatieri (Ind - K)

    17 -193 Jeremy Shockey (Car - TE)

    18 -216 Devin Hester (Chi - WR)

    19 -217 Indianapolis (Ind - DEF)

    20 -240 Michael Hoomanawanui (StL - TE)

    21 -241 Mikel LeShoure (Det - RB)

    22 -264 DeAngelo Hall (Was - CB)

    BernietheKid
    1 -2 Andre Johnson (Hou - WR)

    2 -23 Peyton Manning (Ind - QB)

    3 -26 Reggie Wayne (Ind - WR)

    4 -47 Jermichael Finley (GB - TE)

    5 -50 Stevie Johnson (Buf - WR)

    6 -71 Anquan Boldin (Bal - WR)

    7 -74 Owen Daniels (Hou - TE)

    8 -95 Jonathan Stewart (Car - RB)

    9 -98 Kyle Orton (Den - QB)

    10 -119 Ryan Williams (Ari - RB)

    11 -122 Rashad Jennings (Jac - RB)

    12 -143 New York (NYG - DEF)

    13 -146 Sebastian Janikowski (Oak - K)

    14 -167 Shaun Smith (Ten - DT)

    15 -170 Steve Smith (Car - WR)

    16 -191 Jacoby Ford (Oak - WR)

    17 -194 Delone Carter (Ind - RB)

    18 -215 Robbie Gould (Chi - K)

    19 -218 Heath Miller (Pit - TE)

    20 -239 Oakland (Oak - DEF)

    21 -242 John Beck (Was - QB)

    22 -263 Eric Smith (NYJ - S)

    Chainsaw Massaquoi
    1 -3 Arian Foster (Hou - RB)

    2 -22 Peyton Hillis (Cle - RB)

    3 -27 Tom Brady (NE - QB)

    4 -46 Jason Witten (Dal - TE)

    5 -51 Wes Welker (NE - WR)

    6 -70 Josh Freeman (TB - QB)

    7 -75 Marshawn Lynch (Sea - RB)

    8 -94 Evan Moore (Cle - TE)

    9 -99 Lance Moore (NO - WR)

    10 -118 Donovan McNabb (Min - QB)

    11 -123 A.J. Green (Cin - WR)

    12 -142 Jerod Mayo (NE - LB)

    13 -147 Detroit (Det - DEF)

    14 -166 Greg Little (Cle - WR)

    15 -171 Davone Bess (Mia - WR)

    16 -190 Brandon Jackson (Cle - RB)

    17 -195 Joshua Cribbs (Cle - WR)

    18 -214 DeMarco Murray (Dal - RB)

    19 -219 Derrick Mason (NYJ - WR)

    20 -238 Kevin Boss (Oak - TE)

    21 -243 Jordan Shipley (Cin - WR)

    22 -262 Dan Carpenter (Mia - K)

    JJ's Palookas
    1 -4 Michael Vick (Phi - QB)

    2 -21 Steven Jackson (StL - RB)

    3 -28 Greg Jennings (GB - WR)

    4 -45 Antonio Gates (SD - TE)

    5 -52 Felix Jones (Dal - RB)

    6 -69 Santonio Holmes (NYJ - WR)

    7 -76 Marques Colston (NO - WR)

    8 -93 Brandon Jacobs (NYG - RB)

    9 -100 Daniel Thomas (Mia - RB)

    10 -117 Mark Sanchez (NYJ - QB)

    11 -124 Malcom Floyd (SD - WR)

    12 -141 Pierre Thomas (NO - RB)

    13 -148 Braylon Edwards (SF - WR)

    14 -165 Roy Helu (Was - RB)

    15 -172 D'Qwell Jackson (Cle - LB)

    16 -189 Todd Heap (Ari - TE)

    17 -196 Dallas (Dal - DEF)

    18 -213 Billy Cundiff (Bal - K)

    19 -220 Stephen Tulloch (Det - LB)

    20 -237 Brandon Gibson (StL - WR)

    21 -244 Cleveland (Cle - DEF)

    22 -261 Jay Feely (Ari - K)

    Believeland Browns

    1 -5 Ray Rice (Bal - RB)

    2 -20 Hakeem Nicks (NYG - WR)

    3 -29 Shonn Greene (NYJ - RB)

    4 -44 Mike Williams (TB - WR)

    5 -53 Ryan Grant (GB - RB)

    6 -68 Chad Ochocinco (NE - WR)

    7 -77 Ryan Mathews (SD - RB)

    8 -92 Sam Bradford (StL - QB)

    9 -101 Greg Olsen (Car - TE)

    10 -116 Brandon Pettigrew (Det - TE)

    11 -125 Baltimore (Bal - DEF)

    12 -140 Neil Rackers (Hou - K)

    13 -149 David Garrard (Jac - QB)

    14 -164 Darnell Dockett (Ari - DT)

    15 -173 Roy Williams (Chi - WR)

    16 -188 Ronnie Brown (Phi - RB)

    17 -197 Robert Meachem (NO - WR)

    18 -212 Josh Brown (StL - K)

    19 -221 Minnesota (Min - DEF)

    20 -236 Alex Smith (SF - QB)

    21 -245 Ed Dickson (Bal - TE)

    22 -260 Jordan Senn (Car - LB)

    Waiting for Noodles
    1 -6 Michael Turner (Atl - RB)

    2 -19 Matt Schaub (Hou - QB)

    3 -30 Vincent Jackson (SD - WR)

    4 -43 DeSean Jackson (Phi - WR)

    5 -54 Knowshon Moreno (Den - RB)

    6 -67 Vernon Davis (SF - TE)

    7 -78 Joseph Addai (Ind - RB)

    8 -91 Jay Cutler (Chi - QB)

    9 -102 Plaxico Burress (NYJ - WR)

    10 -115 Rob Gronkowski (NE - TE)

    11 -126 New England (NE - DEF)

    12 -139 Matt Bryant (Atl - K)

    13 -150 Jordy Nelson (GB - WR)

    14 -163 C.J. Spiller (Buf - RB)

    15 -174 New Orleans (NO - DEF)

    16 -187 Jacoby Jones (Hou - WR)

    17 -198 Antoine Winfield (Min - CB)

    18 -211 Antrel Rolle (NYG - S)

    19 -222 Steve Breaston (KC - WR)

    20 -235 Le'Ron McClain (KC - RB)

    21 -246 Jerricho Cotchery (Pit - WR)

    22 -259 Donnie Avery (StL - WR)

    RAC 'n ROLLS
    1 -7 Aaron Rodgers (GB - QB)

    2 -18 Maurice Jones-Drew (Jac - RB)

    3 -31 Frank Gore (SF - RB)

    4 -42 Fred Jackson (Buf - RB)

    5 -55 Matthew Stafford (Det - QB)

    6 -66 Colt McCoy (Cle - QB)

    7 -79 Kenny Britt (Ten - WR)

    8 -90 Julio Jones (Atl - WR)

    9 -103 Danny Amendola (StL - WR)

    10 -114 Nate Burleson (Det - WR)

    11 -127 Patrick Willis (SF - LB)

    12 -138 Danny Woodhead (NE - RB)

    13 -151 Jermaine Gresham (Cin - TE)

    14 -162 Chris Cooley (Was - TE)

    15 -175 Ndamukong Suh (Det - DT)

    16 -186 Aaron Hernandez (NE - TE)

    17 -199 Dexter McCluster (KC - WR,RB)

    18 -210 Montario Hardesty (Cle - RB)

    19 -223 James Jones (GB - WR)

    20 -234 Javon Ringer (Ten - RB)

    21 -247 Tampa Bay (TB - DEF)

    22 -258 Jason Hanson (Det - K)

    Jax Pumpkin Heads
    1 -8 Jamaal Charles (KC - RB)

    2 -17 Philip Rivers (SD - QB)

    3 -32 Brandon Lloyd (Den - WR)

    4 -41 DeAngelo Williams (Car - RB)

    5 -56 Mark Ingram (NO - RB)

    6 -65 Jeremy Maclin (Phi - WR)

    7 -80 Tony Gonzalez (Atl - TE)

    8 -89 Joe Flacco (Bal - QB)

    9 -104 Sidney Rice (Sea - WR)

    10 -113 New York (NYJ - DEF)

    11 -128 LaDainian Tomlinson (NYJ - RB)

    12 -137 Johnny Knox (Chi - WR)

    13 -152 Rob Bironas (Ten - K)

    14 -161 Thomas Jones (KC - RB)

    15 -176 DeMarcus Ware (Dal - LB)

    16 -185 Brent Celek (Phi - TE)

    17 -200 Kansas City (KC - DEF)

    18 -209 Tony Moeaki (KC - TE)

    19 -224 Eddie Royal (Den - WR)

    20 -233 Donald Driver (GB - WR)

    21 -248 Donald Brown (Ind - RB)

    22 -257 Jacquizz Rodgers (Atl - RB)

    Cribbs and Bloods
    1 -9 Rashard Mendenhall (Pit - RB)

    2 -16 Calvin Johnson (Det - WR)

    3 -33 Matt Forte (Chi - RB)

    4 -40 Ahmad Bradshaw (NYG - RB)

    5 -57 Dez Bryant (Dal - WR)

    6 -64 Cedric Benson (Cin - RB)

    7 -81 Austin Collie (Ind - WR)

    8 -88 Jimmy Graham (NO - TE)

    9 -105 Ryan Fitzpatrick (Buf - QB)

    10 -112 Pittsburgh (Pit - DEF)

    11 -129 Dustin Keller (NYJ - TE)

    12 -136 Stephen Gostkowski (NE - K)

    13 -153 Jason Campbell (Oak - QB)

    14 -160 Tyjuan Hagler (Ind - LB)

    15 -177 Hines Ward (Pit - WR)

    16 -184 Mike Williams (Sea - WR)

    17 -201 Jerome Harrison (Det - RB)

    18 -208 David Buehler (Dal - K)

    19 -225 Houston (Hou - DEF)

    20 -232 Kyle Rudolph (Min - TE)

    21 -249 Tim Tebow (Den - QB)

    22 -256 Dominique Barber (Hou - S)

    Floridabrownsbacker
    1 -10 Roddy White (Atl - WR)

    2 -15 Larry Fitzgerald (Ari - WR)

    3 -34 LeGarrette Blount (TB - RB)

    4 -39 Ben Roethlisberger (Pit - QB)

    5 -58 Beanie Wells (Ari - RB)

    6 -63 BenJarvus Green-Ellis (NE - RB)

    7 -82 Kevin Kolb (Ari - QB)

    8 -87 Pierre Garcon (Ind - WR)

    9 -106 Benjamin Watson (Cle - TE)

    10 -111 Michael Crabtree (SF - WR)

    11 -130 Cam Newton (Car - QB)

    12 -135 Visanthe Shiancoe (Min - TE)

    13 -154 San Diego (SD - DEF)

    14 -159 Ryan Torain (Was - RB)

    15 -178 Joe Haden (Cle - CB)

    16 -183 Alex Henery (Phi - K)

    17 -202 Mohamed Massaquoi (Cle - WR)

    18 -207 Atlanta (Atl - DEF)

    19 -226 Steve Smith (Phi - WR)

    20 -231 Arizona (Ari - DEF)

    21 -250 Andy Dalton (Cin - QB)

    22 -255 Kerry Collins (Ind - QB)

    I Heart Freckles
    1 -11 Drew Brees (NO - QB)

    2 -14 LeSean McCoy (Phi - RB)

    3 -35 Tony Romo (Dal - QB)

    4 -38 Brandon Marshall (Mia - WR)

    5 -59 Jahvid Best (Det - RB)

    6 -62 Percy Harvin (Min - WR)

    7 -83 Kellen Winslow (TB - TE)

    8 -86 Mike Thomas (Jac - WR)

    9 -107 Reggie Bush (Mia - RB)

    10 -110 Philadelphia (Phi - DEF)

    11 -131 Zach Miller (Sea - TE)

    12 -134 Nate Kaeding (SD - K)

    13 -155 Chad Henne (Mia - QB)

    14 -158 Mike Vrabel (KC - LB)

    15 -179 James Starks (GB - RB)

    16 -182 Lee Evans (Bal - WR)

    17 -203 Ben Tate (Hou - RB)

    18 -206 Garrett Hartley (NO - K)

    19 -227 Miami (Mia - DEF)

    20 -230 Tarvaris Jackson (Sea - QB)

    21 -251 John Carlson (Sea - TE)

    22 -254 Cary Williams (Bal - CB)

    EVIL Dawg Pound
    1 -12 Chris Johnson (Ten - RB)

    2 -13 Darren McFadden (Oak - RB)

    3 -36 Miles Austin (Dal - WR)

    4 -37 Mike Wallace (Pit - WR)

    5 -60 Mario Manningham (NYG - WR)

    6 -61 Mike Tolbert (SD - RB)

    7 -84 Eli Manning (NYG - QB)

    8 -85 Tim Hightower (Was - RB)

    9 -108 Green Bay (GB - DEF)

    10 -109 Jared Cook (Ten - TE)

    11 -132 Lance Kendricks (StL - TE)

    12 -133 Mason Crosby (GB - K)

    13 -156 Matt Hasselbeck (Ten - QB)

    14 -157 Cassius Vaughn (Den - CB)

    15 -180 Jerome Simpson (Cin - WR)

    16 -181 Darren Sproles (NO - RB)

    17 -204 Denarius Moore (Oak - WR)

    18 -205 San Francisco (SF - DEF)

    19 -228 Nick Folk (NYJ - K)

    20 -229 Jacob Tamme (Ind - TE)

    21 -252 Rex Grossman (Was - QB)

    22 -253 Bryan McCann (Dal - CB)

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    Yeah bro, those are not my players. Actually something is REALLY fucked up bro. My first pick was M Turner, and the team that has him right now (Waiting for Noodles) is nowhere near the team I drafted.

    This is bad bro. I have never seen a draft this screwed up, and I am not sure what happened. Sorry man, but WTF?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riffer X View Post
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    Cribbs and Bloods
    1 -9 Rashard Mendenhall (Pit - RB)

    2 -16 Calvin Johnson (Det - WR)

    3 -33 Matt Forte (Chi - RB)

    4 -40 Ahmad Bradshaw (NYG - RB)

    5 -57 Dez Bryant (Dal - WR)

    6 -64 Cedric Benson (Cin - RB)

    7 -81 Austin Collie (Ind - WR)

    8 -88 Jimmy Graham (NO - TE)

    9 -105 Ryan Fitzpatrick (Buf - QB)

    10 -112 Pittsburgh (Pit - DEF)

    11 -129 Dustin Keller (NYJ - TE)

    12 -136 Stephen Gostkowski (NE - K)

    13 -153 Jason Campbell (Oak - QB)

    14 -160 Tyjuan Hagler (Ind - LB)

    15 -177 Hines Ward (Pit - WR)

    16 -184 Mike Williams (Sea - WR)

    17 -201 Jerome Harrison (Det - RB)

    18 -208 David Buehler (Dal - K)

    19 -225 Houston (Hou - DEF)

    20 -232 Kyle Rudolph (Min - TE)

    21 -249 Tim Tebow (Den - QB)

    22 -256 Dominique Barber (Hou - S)

    My team is Cribbs and Bloods, and the ONLY pick that is correct is the Pittsburgh DEF.

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    EE is in BIG trouble this week...

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    Just curious but is there any reason I can't play kick returners every week? There is a player or two on the waiver wire with only KO return/Punt return yardage, and they have 186 points for 93 yards of returns.

    Just saying........

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    yeah... I was just looking at that. The scoring says .5 yards per point on returns. So, a 3 yard return is equal to a touchdown. I'm thinking that was a type-o in the set up that no one noticed.

    -jj

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    I have to fix that after this week. That is a glitch.

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    No sweat. I just noticed Ted Ginn Jr had 568 points. Helluva day for that kid -- a KR for a TD, then took the next punt for a TD.

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    It is set up for .5 points a yard, and it should be like one point every 25 yards. Totally my bad not catching it, so hopefully it won't affect too much this week.

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    Harvin's TD kick return netted me approximately four hundred million points.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riffer X View Post
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    I have to fix that after this week. That is a glitch.
    Don't beat yourself up about it. The good news is it's probably an easy fix; and nobody seems too upset by it.

    You did make it a point of informing everyone BEFORE the draft to make sure we read the rules and scoring settings so that we all understood how we could score the most points before plannign draft strategies. You emphasized this because you wanted everyone to enjoy the league you took the time to customize. To be honest, I only saw 2 participants out of both leagues put together asking questions before openning kickoff. When someone questions why others are drafting defensive players during the draft - that ain't on you at all.

    As the other BH FF commisioner, we don't post this stuff because we have too much time on our hands. Anything we type is important information y'all need to succeed and/or have as much fun as possible.

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    Crap - you mean I'm supposed to actually UNDERSTAND all that stuff about the points?!?!?

    Well, hell, I'm screwed!

    I just picked players!

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    Crap - you mean I'm supposed to actually UNDERSTAND all that stuff about the points?!?!?

    Well, hell, I'm screwed!

    I just picked players!
    Ultimately it's on me and made a joke of week one. There are guys who racked up hundreds of points off of one idiot return guy. I simply erred when typing in the points and yards. For those that lose this week because they played against a team with a return guy, I apologize. We still have the rest of the season and I will fix it.

    Thank God there is no money involved in this league. If it makes anybody feel any better I got hosed too. I put up a legit 400 points without a return guy, others had over 4oo with their return guys being responsible for 2 or 3 hundred points alone. It's still going to be fun with this scoring format though.

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    Riff - It's all good! I'm in it for the fun!

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    Don't beat yourself up about it. The good news is it's probably an easy fix; and nobody seems too upset by it.
    That's easy for you to say Tom, you had Cribbs who by all standards had an ok to average day but got you 306 points in our match up while I had Brian Urlacher who by all standards had a GREAT day but earned 22 points even though he returned a fumbe for a TD, had an INT, and had I don't know how many tackles....This clearly is the difference between a win and a loss that affects the standings.

    Anyway, this is a very different league than any I've played before so let's see how the season goes.
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    Harvin's TD kick return netted me approximately four hundred million points.
    You should have kept Vrabel, maybe I can tweak the scoring for him to score from the sidelines at OSU.

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    Ha! That was an epic autodraft fail. Glad I only missed the last few rounds.

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    Yeah my autodraft wasn't too kind either hahaha. That's the price you pay though. I got a decent team. Lost week one by that much!
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    That's easy for you to say Tom, you had Cribbs who by all standards had an ok to average day but got you 306 points in our match up while I had Brian Urlacher who by all standards had a GREAT day but earned 22 points even though he returned a fumbe for a TD, had an INT, and had I don't know how many tackles....This clearly is the difference between a win and a loss that affects the standings.
    If I subtract Cribbs' 306.50 points - I end up with 390.40 points. I don't understand where you think your 244 points betters that. I still had 4 guys that hadn't played yet when you made your statement above. In fairness, here's what the rest of my team did last night:

    Tom Brady 99.98 points
    Wes Welker 68.0 points
    Davone Bess 50.20 points
    Jerrod Mayo 5.0 points

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    Here are the final score results without return men involved. These are what they were before I changed the scoring screwup, so after that was changed, now the scores will read slightly different. Okay, it automatically updates this week's scores when I make the changes, so below is what the math was prior to the change. The only person to lose after the update is Hiway (Whipped Cream).

    I Heart Freckles - Percy Harvin's 220.20 = 459.52 to Bernie The Kid's 246.92.
    Chainsaw Massoquoi - Josh Cribbs' 306.50 = 390.40 to Jax Pumpkin Heads 244.44
    Cribbs & Bloods - Antonio Brown' 225.40 = 336.72 to Waiting for Noodles 326.08
    Whipped Cream - Mike Goodson/Devin Hesters' 254.40 = 202.50 to EVIL Dawg Pound's 323.54

    Whipped Cream is the only team to gain a victory this week by using the return men. However, those two positions could have accounted for the amount of points necessary to overtake EVIL Dawg Pound, so we will never know. *Edit---Chane now reflects she lost.

    I have tweaked the scoring screwup from .5 pts per yard to 1 pt per 35 yards on kick and punt returns. It is still an advantage to use a return man as part of your offense, but obvioulsy not the joke it was.

    I also turned up the individual defensive scoring a little bit, it was much too low compared to the offensive scoring. Feel free to check out the scoring and settings again to verify, but we should be in good shape going forward.

    Hiway is going to help out each week with the game summaries, so EVIL Dawg Pound please don't be bitter over losing to her this week with the return men.

    Thanks for everyone's patience, this should be fun going forward.

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    RAC 'n ROLLS 405.14 Final
    Floridabrownsbacker 256.16

    Chainsaw Massaquoi 390.47 Final
    Jax Pumpkin Heads 261.44

    Whipped Cream 234.71 Final
    EVIL Dawg Pound 327.54

    Cribbs and Bloods 329.10 Final
    Waiting for Noodles 319.89

    BernietheKid 256.92 Final
    I Heart Freckles 482.16

    Believeland Browns 267.76 Final
    JJ's Palookas 322.64

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    It's a really good thing that I really don't understand all that scoring stuff! LOLOLOL

    I just use the numbers on the match-up screen and keep switching people 'til I get a high number. And then hope for the best!

    As for EE, I ran my mouth and got in over my head (as usual) - hopefully ARIAN FOSTER will be able to play this week!.

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    Rank Team W-L-T Pct Div Pts For Pts Against Streak Waiver Moves
    Division 1

    1.
    I Heart Freckles 1-0-0 1.000 1-0-0 482.16 256.92 W-1 2 1
    2.
    RAC 'n ROLLS 1-0-0 1.000 1-0-0 405.14 256.16 W-1 4 2
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    EVIL Dawg Pound 1-0-0 1.000 1-0-0 327.54 234.71 W-1 1 -
    10.
    BernietheKid 0-1-0 .000 0-1-0 256.92 482.16 L-1 9 7

    11.
    Floridabrownsbacker 0-1-0 .000 0-1-0 256.16 405.14 L-1 8 3
    12.
    Whipped Cream 0-1-0 .000 0-1-0 234.71 327.54 L-1 7 1


    Division 2

    3.
    Chainsaw Massaquoi 1-0-0 1.000 1-0-0 390.47 261.44 W-1 12 5

    4.
    Cribbs and Bloods 1-0-0 1.000 1-0-0 329.10 319.89 W-1 10 10
    6.
    JJ's Palookas 1-0-0 1.000 1-0-0 322.64 267.76 W-1 11 2
    7.
    Waiting for Noodles 0-1-0 .000 0-1-0 319.89 329.10 L-1 5 -
    8.
    Believeland Browns 0-1-0 .000 0-1-0 267.76 322.64 L-1 6 2
    9.
    Jax Pumpkin Heads 0-1-0 .000 0-1-0 261.44 390.47 L-1 3 3
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    And so it begins…

    It’s been a long, cold off-season. The sun shone, the beach beckoned but there were some sick people still hanging onto a faded dream of greatness in Fantasy Football.

    AND NOW IT’S HERE!!!

    We had some winners and some losers but it’s already shaping up to be an interesting season.

    Without further ado – the matchups:

    BernietheKid took on I Heart Freckles in an epic battle. Well, okay, maybe it wasn’t epic but BernietheKid brought everything he had! Kyle Orton, Andre Johnson, and Reggie Wayne led the teams scoring efforts but even those three couldn’t match the mad skillz of Chad Henne. With 87.04 points he led Freckles (and Drew Brees and LeSean McCoy) in a happy romp all over the poor Kid. Some cultures might call that child abuse…we call it shit for luck.

    FINAL SCORE: BernietheKid 256.92 I Heart Freckles 482.16

    The Believeland Browns gave JJ’s Palookas a bit of a nail biter (you can stop chewing your toenails now, JJ). It was a down and dirty fight to the finish. Believeland was heard chanting “There’s no place like home, there’s no place like home”…and he was right. Hakeem Nicks, Ray Rice, and the Baltimore Defense led the scoring for the Believers. As for those big Palookas, I think I saw them down at the local bar dancing a polka carrying Michael Vick, D’Qwell Jackson, and Mark Sanchez on their shoulders while JJ is playing “We are the Champions” on the accordion.

    FINAL SCORE: Believeland Browns 267.76 JJ’s Palookas 322.64

    Chainsaw Massaquoi lived up to his name as he kinda took the Chainsaw to poor Jax’s Pumpkins and their heads. Chainsaws links included Tom Brady, Wes Welker, and Jason Witten with some zippy scores! Jax got top notch scores from Philip Rivers, Joe Flacco and Brian Urlacher but it just wasn’t enough.

    Anyone for some pumpkin pie? I hear Mrs. Chainsaw makes a mean pumpkin pie!

    FINAL SCORE: Jax Pumpkin Heads 261.44 Chainsaw Massaquoi 390.47

    Waiting for Noodles didn’t have to wait long as the Cribbs and Bloods came to town hungry for Pho (look it up). Matt Forte, Ryan Fitzpatrick, and Cedric Benson were the leading Cribbs and Bloods scorers. Waiting for Noodles can thank Jay Cutler, DeSean Jackson, and Michael Turner for adding some extra flour to their mix!

    FINAL SCORE: Cribbs and Bloods 329.10 Waiting for Noodles 319.89

    Whipped Cream was hoping for some just dessert this first week of the season…but EVIL Dawg Pound kept his cookies to himself. Deion Branch, Adrian Peterson, and the Chicago Defense were the leading Whippers. Mike Tolbert, Darren McFadden and Matt Hasselbeck kept a tight grip on their EVIL cookies. Most of the players on EVIL Dawg Pound were seen licking the field after the game…but they weren’t sharing their cookies.

    FINAL SCORE: Whipped Cream 234.71 EVIL Dawg Pound 327.54

    RAC ‘n ROLLS left Arby’s long enough to focus on matters at hand. Floridabrownsbacker demanded all his attention, or well, the part that wasn’t focused on the KFC bucket on the bench. Aaron Rodgers, Matthew Stafford, and Kenny Britt RAC’d and ROLL’d the most points for their ravenous leader. Kevin Kolb, Beanie Wells, and the San Diego Defense held that big old ROLL back as long as they could. But alas, when they want their Arby’s and Krispy Kreme’s ain’t no one gonna stop RAC ‘n ROLLS!

    FINAL SCORE: RAC ‘n ROLLS 405.14 Floridabrownsbacker 256.16

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