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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #45 on: September 01, 2009, 11:11:48 AM »
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i believe the draft has been rescheduled for Friday the 4th of September at either 19:00 or 21:00 Eastern time.  Don't worry, our draft didn't take place yesterday (bummer!).

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can someone give me a quick run through of how to pre-pick my draft picks b/c i'm gona miss the one on friday as well...

There should be a link on your main page that allows you to rank players for the draft. I will send you some guidelines when I get access to a PC with internet (we just moved, so it might be a day or 2) unless someone beats me to it.

In regards to the draft in general, there was aparrently a glitch with ESPN which caused the draft not to go forward, I have no idea why... I ave a ticket in with them regarding this, but I was able to reschedule the draft to this Friday. Let me know if there are any other questions.

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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #46 on: September 04, 2009, 11:55:39 AM »
Draft tonight


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90 seconds will be given between picks and the order will be randomly determined 1 hour before the start of the draft.

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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #47 on: September 04, 2009, 12:05:30 PM »
Can't make it tonight but I'll have my autopick strategy set up this afternoon.
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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #48 on: September 04, 2009, 11:46:37 PM »
I fergot, t'was cooking on the barbe and watching the fire tankers fly over enjoying a cold brewski...

hope my auto pick worked...
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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #49 on: September 05, 2009, 12:18:46 AM »
I fergot, t'was cooking on the barbe and watching the fire tankers fly over enjoying a cold brewski...

hope my auto pick worked...

you should check.  which team were you?
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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #50 on: September 05, 2009, 07:35:50 PM »
Auto pick worked, QB's and defense are very good, though there is some waiving and claiming to do in a few positions...

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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #51 on: September 05, 2009, 09:31:05 PM »
Auto pick worked, QB's and defense are very good, though there is some waiving and claiming to do in a few positions...

My RB's and WR's are pretty good, as is D.  Some waiving and claiming to do also.  I wished I could have been "live," but that wasn't possible.
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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #52 on: September 05, 2009, 09:46:15 PM »
Well, my team is ready....

Is there anything I need to do to designate which of my players are actually 'playing'?
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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #53 on: September 07, 2009, 07:16:39 PM »
Well, my team is ready....

Is there anything I need to do to designate which of my players are actually 'playing'?

So who would you like to take out?  there should be a "move" button next to the guy you want to "move"..lol.  just click on "move" and you will be able to move that player with a player of the same type up above. 

For example, if you want to sub in a QB then you click on a QB you have on your bench, and the QB options will open up above, and you can "substitute" someone. 

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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #54 on: September 11, 2009, 12:23:03 PM »
Hey when do points get assessed?  I assume after Sunday right?  Or probably after monday night right? 

I'm curious b/c some of my guys already played last night so i'm trying to figure it out...thanks! 
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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #55 on: September 11, 2009, 12:25:33 PM »
Hey when do points get assessed?  I assume after Sunday right?  Or probably after monday night right? 

I'm curious b/c some of my guys already played last night so i'm trying to figure it out...thanks! 

Points are usually unofficially counted up within 24 hours, official stats I believe are tabulated on Tuesdays and available in the afternoon.

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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #56 on: September 13, 2009, 08:53:27 PM »
With only 2 quaterbacks on my team, I'm in big trouble if Brees gets injured (have McNabb on my team).

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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #57 on: September 14, 2009, 11:28:26 AM »
With only 2 quaterbacks on my team, I'm in big trouble if Brees gets injured (have McNabb on my team).


Yea but he gave you 6 touchdowns.....
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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #58 on: September 14, 2009, 01:13:05 PM »
Hey when do points get assessed?  I assume after Sunday right?  Or probably after monday night right? 

I'm curious b/c some of my guys already played last night so i'm trying to figure it out...thanks!  

Points are usually unofficially counted up within 24 hours, official stats I believe are tabulated on Tuesdays and available in the afternoon.

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The points were updating in real-time (both team total and individual point totals).
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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #59 on: September 14, 2009, 01:20:03 PM »
Hey when do points get assessed?  I assume after Sunday right?  Or probably after monday night right? 

I'm curious b/c some of my guys already played last night so i'm trying to figure it out...thanks!  

Points are usually unofficially counted up within 24 hours, official stats I believe are tabulated on Tuesdays and available in the afternoon.

-Nick

The points were updating in real-time (both team total and individual point totals).


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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #60 on: September 14, 2009, 01:25:20 PM »
Hey when do points get assessed?  I assume after Sunday right?  Or probably after monday night right? 

I'm curious b/c some of my guys already played last night so i'm trying to figure it out...thanks!  

Points are usually unofficially counted up within 24 hours, official stats I believe are tabulated on Tuesdays and available in the afternoon.

-Nick

The points were updating in real-time (both team total and individual point totals).

excellent

Agreed.  It was nice getting the in-game scoring updates, and watching scores change right before my eyes.  I'm just glad I didn't get addicted to the updates...
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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #61 on: September 14, 2009, 02:50:17 PM »
Hey when do points get assessed?  I assume after Sunday right?  Or probably after monday night right? 

I'm curious b/c some of my guys already played last night so i'm trying to figure it out...thanks!  

Points are usually unofficially counted up within 24 hours, official stats I believe are tabulated on Tuesdays and available in the afternoon.

-Nick

The points were updating in real-time (both team total and individual point totals).

excellent

Agreed.  It was nice getting the in-game scoring updates, and watching scores change right before my eyes.  I'm just glad I didn't get addicted to the updates...

I try to check the day after so that I don't get addicted, but I can completely understand it. I was looking at updates all the time during Fantasy Baseball.

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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #62 on: September 14, 2009, 03:07:29 PM »
Nick

Yeah, that is true; but my draft team comes in as a far second to my Redskins and the Redskins will be lucky if Campbell is able to throw 6 touchdowns this season.  *sigh* hopefully Zorn will make the move soon and put Todd Collins in, and the Redskins draft Sam Bradford or Colt McCoy in 2010.  How many times does Campbell have to fail until he is finally benched and cut? AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH >:(

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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #63 on: September 14, 2009, 04:58:33 PM »
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Yeah, that is true; but my draft team comes in as a far second to my Redskins and the Redskins will be lucky if Campbell is able to throw 6 touchdowns this season.  *sigh* hopefully Zorn will make the move soon and put Todd Collins in, and the Redskins draft Sam Bradford or Colt McCoy in 2010.  How many times does Campbell have to fail until he is finally benched and cut? AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH >:(

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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #64 on: September 14, 2009, 05:40:06 PM »
True.  I think the Redskins have a solid defense (despite what happened yesterday against the Giants; you can't expect your defense to be on the field for 12 minutes in the first quarter and stop the Giants constantly), good receivers, a decent o-line, and in Troy Polamalu's opinion (and mine) "the most complete running back in the NFL."  I'm not saying Collins is the answer to all the Redskins problems at quarterback, but he is at least twice the quarterback Campbell will ever be.  I mean, look at the Titans: young prospect (Young) is hailed as the second coming, has underperformed since entering the NFL while their back-up (Collins) is sitting on the bench.  When that underperforming QB was injured last year, that average quarterback  who was sitting on the bench helped lead the Titans to the best record in the NFL.  If Zorn wants to keep his job, he better wake up and put Collins in.  Two years ago Campbell was hurt with only 5 games remaining and when Collins replaced him, needing to win all 5 games to enter the playoffs, he did.  Sorry...I'm just rambling; much frustration in Redskins Nation. 

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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #65 on: September 14, 2009, 06:27:30 PM »
let me also state, i hate seeing Campbell fail and wish he would succeed.  The guy is very likeable and polite; but the NFL is a business and as a quarterback you are paid to produce.

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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #66 on: September 15, 2009, 09:06:48 AM »
Week 1:

Game 1
Team jaloshin (1-0) at  Holy Cross Wax Candles (0-1)  158-143

Game 2
Boston Brewins (1-0) at  Akron Rust Spots (0-1)  145-139

Game 3
Norfolk Brigantines (1-0) at  Baltimore Bootboys (0-1) 160-107

Game 4
Washington Politicians (1-0) at  Νέα Ορλεάνη Καταφράκτοι (0-1)  206-172



Week 2 Games:

Game 1
Akron Rust Spots (0-1) at  Baltimore Bootboys (0-1)

Game 2
Munich Hefeweizens (0-0) at  Νέα Ορλεάνη Καταφράκτοι (0-1)

Game 3
Team jaloshin (1-0) at  Boston Brewins (1-0)

Game 4
Norfolk Brigantines (1-0) at  Washington Politicians (1-0) 
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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #67 on: September 15, 2009, 01:17:55 PM »
Week 1:

Game 1
Team jaloshin (1-0) at  Holy Cross Wax Candles (0-1)  158-143

Game 2
Boston Brewins (1-0) at  Akron Rust Spots (0-1)  145-139

Game 3
Norfolk Brigantines (1-0) at  Baltimore Bootboys (0-1) 160-107

Game 4
Washington Politicians (1-0) at  Νέα Ορλεάνη Καταφράκτοι (0-1)  206-172



Week 2 Games:

Game 1
Akron Rust Spots (0-1) at  Baltimore Bootboys (0-1)

Game 2
Munich Hefeweizens (0-0) at  Νέα Ορλεάνη Καταφράκτοι (0-1)

Game 3
Team jaloshin (1-0) at  Boston Brewins (1-0)

Game 4
Norfolk Brigantines (1-0) at  Washington Politicians (1-0) 



That 206 is disgusting.... Stupid Drew Brees.....

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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #68 on: September 21, 2009, 12:55:34 PM »
Campbell looked good yesterday, I was pleased (granted the score was pathetic; not Campbell's fault, Redskins' receivers inside the Rams 10 yard line couldn't catch passes which hit them directly in the hands to save their lives).  Hopefully Reggie Wayne has a good night tonight, or I will lose my first game (no!; going to have to drop a receiver on my bench and pick up a third QB since McNabb is out).
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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #69 on: September 22, 2009, 04:02:25 PM »
Week 2 Scores:

Game 1
Akron Rust Spots(0-1) at  Baltimore Bootboys (0-1) 223-142

Game 2
Munich Hefeweizens (0-0) at  Νέα Ορλεάνη Καταφράκτοι (0-1)  161-131

Game 3
Team jaloshin (1-0) at  Boston Brewins (1-0) 168-99

Game 4
Norfolk Brigantines (1-0) at  Washington Politicians (1-0) 200-166

Week 3 Games:

Game 1
Washington Politicians (1-1) at Boston Brewins (1-1) 

Game 2
Norfolk Brigantines (2-0) at Akron Rust Spots (1-1)

Game 3
Νέα Ορλεάνη Καταφράκτοι (0-2) at Holy Cross Wax Candles (0-1)

Game 4
Baltimore Bootboys (0-2) at Munich Hefeweizens (1-0)


 
 

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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #70 on: September 22, 2009, 11:59:42 PM »
Got my 6 kicked...
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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #71 on: September 27, 2009, 09:40:37 PM »
Redskins are freaking AWESOME!!!  Losing to a team which hasn't won a game since 2007.  Makes me sing the Skins fight song all day long!  Yeah, Redskins to the Super Bowl 2020!

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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #72 on: September 27, 2009, 09:44:48 PM »
Redskins are freaking AWESOME!!!  Losing to a team which hasn't won a game since 2007.  Makes me sing the Skins fight song all day long!  Yeah, Redskins to the Super Bowl 2020!
One wonders how long Coach Zorn will remain in Washington after this humiliating loss.
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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #73 on: September 27, 2009, 09:51:18 PM »
I don't hate Zorn, though I am truly confused about his play calling.  In many respects, Snyder is to blame.  He hired Zorn to be the QB/ Offensive Cord. and after not being able to find a head coach he bumped Zorn up to be the head coach position.  Oh well... kind of crazy how the NFL season works: only 3 games in and the Redskins' season looks like a disaster and I am looking forward to next sesaon.  I wonder if the Cooke family placed a curse on Snyder; would serve him right. 

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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #74 on: September 27, 2009, 11:12:20 PM »
WOW.  Even though I benched Pierre Thomas and Willie Parker this week because, well, they were just taking up space for the first two weeks, I still managed to break 200 pts.  THANK YOU PEYTON MANNING AND AARON ROGERS!
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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #75 on: September 29, 2009, 10:02:36 AM »
Week 3 Scores:

Game 1
Washington Politicians (1-1) at Boston Brewins (1-1) 164-97

Game 2
Norfolk Brigantines (2-0) at Akron Rust Spots (1-1) 193-171

Game 3
Νέα Ορλεάνη Καταφράκτοι (0-2) at Holy Cross Wax Candles (0-1) 124-149

Game 4
Baltimore Bootboys (0-2) at Munich Hefeweizens (1-0) 215-125

Week 4 Games:

Game 1
Munich Hefeweizens (1-1) at Boston Brewins (1-2)

Game 2
Holy Cross Wax Candles (1-1) at Norfolk Brigantines (3-0)

Game 3
Team Jaloshin (2-0) at Νέα Ορλεάνη Καταφράκτοι (0-3)

Game 4
Baltimore Bootboys (1-2) at Washington Politicians (2-1)

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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #76 on: September 29, 2009, 10:31:08 AM »
Week 3 Scores:

Game 1
Washington Politicians (1-1) at Boston Brewins (1-1) 164-97

Game 2
Norfolk Brigantines (2-0) at Akron Rust Spots (1-1) 193-171

Game 3
Νέα Ορλεάνη Καταφράκτοι (0-2) at Holy Cross Wax Candles (0-1) 124-149

Game 4
Baltimore Bootboys (0-2) at Munich Hefeweizens (1-0) 215-125

Week 4 Games:

Game 1
Munich Hefeweizens (1-1) at Boston Brewins (1-2)

Game 2
Holy Cross Wax Candles (1-1) at Norfolk Brigantines (3-0)

Game 3
Team Jaloshin (2-0) at Νέα Ορλεάνη Καταφράκτοι (0-3)

Game 4
Baltimore Bootboys (1-2) at Washington Politicians (2-1)


I think I should be 1-1 because I lost first week but I won this week...anyway...
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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #77 on: September 29, 2009, 11:16:02 AM »
serb1389,
I'm not sure what team you are, and if I have made a mistake I'm sorry.  Here are the current rankings for our league (with records) from the ESPN fantasy football website:
1.Norfolk Brigantines (3-0)
2.Team jaloshin (2-0)
3.Washington Politicians (2-1)
4.Holy Cross Wax Candles (1-1)
5.Munich Hefeweizens (1-1)
6.Akron Rust Spots (1-2)
7.Baltimore Bootboys (1-2)
8.Boston Brewins (1-2)
9.Νέα Ορλεάνη Καταφράκτοι (0-3)

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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #78 on: September 29, 2009, 11:21:27 AM »
I don't hate Zorn, though I am truly confused about his play calling.  In many respects, Snyder is to blame.  He hired Zorn to be the QB/ Offensive Cord. and after not being able to find a head coach he bumped Zorn up to be the head coach position.  Oh well... kind of crazy how the NFL season works: only 3 games in and the Redskins' season looks like a disaster and I am looking forward to next sesaon.  I wonder if the Cooke family placed a curse on Snyder; would serve him right. 

Snyder put the curse on himself.  He's a five star tool.
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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #79 on: September 29, 2009, 11:40:00 AM »
I'm upset that I posted the 3rd highest score and lost, since I played the guy with the 2nd highest score.  Can't catch a break.

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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #80 on: September 29, 2009, 12:31:06 PM »
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Perhaps you're right.  Snyder has burnt so many bridges that it will be quite difficult for him to find a new head coach if/when Zorn is fired.  Personally, I think Zorn should be bumped down to QB coach and Snyder should get on his hands and knees and beg Holmgren to come out of retirement.  Zorn and Holmgrem have shown that they work great together as a team (Seattle; speaking of Seattle, what was that monstrosity they were wearing Sunday? haha); perhaps these two pairing up together again would solve the numerous problems the Redskins are currently facing.  Not to mention the weather in D.C. is nicer than Seattle's.
I wonder, is it possible for an owner to lose the rights to be an owner in the NFL?  Though I doubt it (Al Davis being the prime example of a terrible owner), I think this is the great hope of many in D.C.  Find an owner who doesn't treat a professional team as a fantasy team; an owner who isn't constantly alienating his team's fan base; an owner who knows what to look for in the draft, etc. etc. etc.
Snyder...as you said, is truly a tool.  A great businessman, but nonetheless a tool.
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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #81 on: September 30, 2009, 12:09:19 PM »
serb1389,
I'm not sure what team you are, and if I have made a mistake I'm sorry.  Here are the current rankings for our league (with records) from the ESPN fantasy football website:
1.Norfolk Brigantines (3-0)
2.Team jaloshin (2-0)
3.Washington Politicians (2-1)
4.Holy Cross Wax Candles (1-1)
5.Munich Hefeweizens (1-1)
6.Akron Rust Spots (1-2)
7.Baltimore Bootboys (1-2)
8.Boston Brewins (1-2)
9.Νέα Ορλεάνη Καταφράκτοι (0-3)

I just think that it hadn't caught up yet from the weekend.  thanks though for reposting!  it is updated now...
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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #82 on: September 30, 2009, 08:24:54 PM »
I play one of my favorite brews this week...guess I'll have a few Fat Tires
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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #83 on: October 06, 2009, 10:11:00 AM »
Week 4 Scores:

Game 1
Munich Hefeweizens (1-1) at Boston Brewins (1-2) 163-149

Game 2
Holy Cross Wax Candles (1-1) at Norfolk Brigantines (3-0) 193-111

Game 3
Team Jaloshin (2-0) at Νέα Ορλεάνη Καταφράκτοι (0-3) 96-128

Game 4
Baltimore Bootboys (1-2) at Washington Politicians (2-1) 190-149

Week 5 Games:

Game 1
Akron Rust Spots (1-2) at Holy Cross Wax Candles (2-1)

Game 2
Baltimore Bootboys (2-2) at Team jaloshin (2-1)

Game 3
Νέα Ορλεάνη Καταφράκτοι (1-3) at Norfolk Brigantines (3-1)

Game 4
Washington Politicians (2-2) at Munich Hefeweizens (2-1)

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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #84 on: October 07, 2009, 12:33:57 AM »
Can anyone explain to me how the overall rankings happen, and whether or not total points go into it and how?
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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #85 on: October 13, 2009, 09:34:21 AM »
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Can anyone explain to me how the overall rankings happen, and whether or not total points go into it and how?

Sorry, can't help you with that.

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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #86 on: October 13, 2009, 09:40:36 AM »
Week 5 Scores:

Game 1
Akron Rust Spots (1-2) at Holy Cross Wax Candles (2-1) 136-101

Game 2
Baltimore Bootboys (2-2) at Team jaloshin (2-1) 138-168

Game 3
Νέα Ορλεάνη Καταφράκτοι (1-3) at Norfolk Brigantines (3-1) 90-148

Game 4
Washington Politicians (2-2) at Munich Hefeweizens (2-1) 151-131

Week 6 Games:

Game 1
Munich Hefeweizens (2-2) at Akron Rust Spots (2-2)

Game 2
Team jaloshin (3-1) at Norfolk Brigantines (4-1)

Game 3
Boston Brew'ins (1-3) at Νέα Ορλεάνη Καταφράκτοι (1-4)

Game 4
Holy Cross Wax Candles (2-2) at Washington Politicians (3-2)

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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #87 on: October 13, 2009, 10:55:43 AM »
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Can anyone explain to me how the overall rankings happen, and whether or not total points go into it and how?

Sorry, can't help you with that.

that's ok i think i figured it out. 
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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #88 on: October 20, 2009, 09:36:14 AM »
Week 6 Scores:

Game 1
Munich Hefeweizens (2-2) at Akron Rust Spots (2-2) 138-206

Game 2
Team jaloshin (3-1) at Norfolk Brigantines (4-1) 183-198

Game 3
Boston Brew'ins (1-3) at Νέα Ορλεάνη Καταφράκτοι (1-4) 140-158

Game 4
Holy Cross Wax Candles (2-2) at Washington Politicians (3-2) 160-174

Week 7 Games:

Game 1
Νέα Ορλεάνη Καταφράκτοι (2-4) at Akron Rust Spots (3-2)

Game 2
Holy Cross Wax Candles (2-3) at Munich Hefeweizens (2-3)

Game 3
Baltimore Bootboys (2-3) at Boston Brew'ins (1-4)

Game 4
Washington Politicians (4-2) at Team jaloshin (3-2)

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Re: Fantasy Football 2009
« Reply #89 on: October 27, 2009, 11:02:36 AM »
Week 7 Scores:

Game 1
Νέα Ορλεάνη Καταφράκτοι (2-4) at Akron Rust Spots (3-2) 142-119

Game 2
Holy Cross Wax Candles (2-3) at Munich Hefeweizens (2-3) 77-221

Game 3
Baltimore Bootboys (2-3) at Boston Brew'ins (1-4) 175-192

Game 4
Washington Politicians (4-2) at Team jaloshin (3-2) 170-109

Week 8 Games:

Game 1
Munich Hefeweizens (3-3) at Team jaloshin (3-3)

Game 2
Boston Brew'ins (2-4) at Norfolk Brigantines (5-1)

Game 3
Holy Cross Wax Candles (2-4) at Baltimore Bootboys (2-4)

Game 4
Akron Rust Spots (3-3) at Washington Politicians (5-2)