Just wondering....Can you do a 16 team league here on CBS? If not, what about two 10-team leagues? And if you can't find enough owners for a second 10-team league, I'd be interested in running another fantasy team in the MBBRL Version 2.0.
And as I can see, this scenario would benefit you the most (cheater! LOL).I meant your #1 seed situation in our MBBRL.
Oh just so you know onces teams are out of the playoff picture they are locked SO THEY CAN'T DO ANY ADDs or DROPS. Because in the playoffs only teams in it SHOULD and I HOPE that is the case in the MBBRL as well be able to pick up anyone.Disagree with that too for the reasons I previously stated. Why should this part of the season offer slightly better options for the playoff teams and make it any easier on them? To win a championship, a team should be able to demonstrate the ability to make do with what they can get off of waivers just like any other week of the season. That's what helped them get to the playoffs in the first place.
Congratulations to Sam and condolences to Lefty. Lefty had it there for the taking, but no good options at QB this week sunk him.
And what is up with Fuzzy's team? Yet another stupendous, league-leading score. That's three weeks straight he's done that, and it hasn't even been close - nobody's been within eighteen points of Fuzzy since before Thanksgiving. Along with that, he's blasted from mediocrity in the points standings three weeks ago to the top spot now, and is leading by a far wider margin than anyone has had this year.
So who plays Fuzzy in round one? DUB or one4? Nobody knows yet! With the #1 seed up for grabs and the #2 seed doomed to face the Fuzzy Terror right away, DUB holds the edge in record but one4 holds it in points. The #1 seed (and the chance to face Sam) goes to one4 instead of DUB if DUB loses and one4 wins. DUB has a 13-pt lead with Lloyd to go vs. SJAX, while one4 has a 17-pt lead and nobody left vs. the Seattle Baldwin.
(Sorry to be slighting you there, Sam, but you just flat out ain't as scary as Fuzzy right now.)
Dry Run Results So Far
Boy, when I asked Fuzzy and Joe who they wanted to defend, I wasn't asking who they wanted to knock out of the whole game. That's some defense!
Actually, Murray and Jennings ended up being wasted calls, since it dropped the scoring on each from 2 ff points to 1.
Here are the scores we'd have so far, had the defending business counted:
Treff 87 - Fuzzies 127 (Murray -1, Gronk -14)
Actual score: Treff 88 - Fuzzies 141
Sam 85 - Lefty 66 (Lynch TBD, Rice -9)
Actual score: Sam 85 - Lefty 75 (unfinished)
one4 107 - Joe 84.5 (Jennings -1, Gore -6.5)
Actual score: one4 108 - Joe 91 (unfinished)
Duff 74 - Foot 70 (Romo -12, Tebow -5)
Actual score: Duff 86 - Foot 75 (unfinished)
Boomer 70.5 - Scape 108 (DJAX -5.5, M. Bush -7)
Actual score: Boomer 76 - Scape 115
wilwhite 87.5 - DUB 102.5 (Texans DST -5.5, Mendy -3.5)
Actual score: wilwhite 93 - DUB 106
The Duff-Foot match-up would have been a little tighter, but most of these match-ups aren't close at all and the only W/L result "defending" may affect is me vs. DUB - I still have a chance to win this week, and if that actual victory is narrow I might lose in this test.