Fantasy Football Week 6 Wrap Up: Dogs & Cats Living Together

Fantasy Football Week 6 Wrap Up: Dogs & Cats Living Together

Seven weeks in and no one has the balls to talk any trash. So I’ll do it again. Even though it’s a pretty bad week to talk trash given my best team’s total shit pile last week. But still, since the rest of this league, men, women and all things in between included, writers, fans and loud mouths alike, are all too chicken shit to write a few hundred words I’ll do it. (Wow, that was a really horrible way to call out the lazy asses in the league.)

Before I continue with the update, the usual disclaimer: We are always looking for eye candy and cheerleaders for our league. Send over a picture or two and I’ll post it along with links to your site, cam page or whatever. In fact, the link below to Streamate has plenty of cam models. This is an open request to any cam model who wants to be added to our fantasy football updates to send something in. League 1: I didn’t see this one coming. Astro’s Balling Club rode Peyton Manning’s 27 points to roll up 117 (League best). Rog’s 5-1 Potatoes laid a serious egg with a league worst 62 points. The loss opened the door for the Kangroos to tie for the top spot at 5-2. The trade activity continued as the Ginger Lynn Classics sent Tampa WR to Rog’s team for Reggie Bush. Cody Bangs’ team won its fourth straight to roar into a rematch with the Potatoes looking to stay hot. The previously winless team started this roll by handing Rog his first loss. The Kangaroos will try to stay on top with a match up against the TDs and Beer. As the second half kicks off this league is proving to be quite unpredictable. League 2: The long drought is over as my Snow Storm team got its first win of the year. It wasn’t an overwhelming performance, but the Juicers had Brees, Sproles and Hartley on bye weeks and didn’t bother to replacement, making Rog’s 70 points enough to run the record to 1-5-1. Both the Beach Stars and ASSasins rolled to easy wins, running their records to 5-2. The best game of the week had Bono holding on for a two point win over Team Yeung. With six weeks left to play seven of the ten teams are within two games of the top spot so there is still plenty of action for most of the teams. This week, all three 5-2 teams match up with the bottom three in the league. Without a serious upset or two, the rich will keep getting richer.

2008 League: OK so my other crappy team won in this league too. It was actually a really good week for the 2-5 Asa Akira Perfecton squad. It is the teams at the top that get the attention though. Astro rolled the Wolfpack (0-7) to remain unbeaten. Aly ran her record to 6-1 by more than doubling up on Willie’s team. It was more of a struggle for Bono’s team, but they eeked out a four point win to keep pace with Aly at 6-1. These three powerhouse teams seem destined to meet up in the post season.

That’s all for this week. Anyone who feels like writing a wrap up of the three leagues is welcome to step in. We are also looking for any eye candy that ANYONE wants to send in. We will promote you, your site or anything. Just fire it over.

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