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WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN FANTASY FOOTBALL LEAGUE
Matchday 10 – the week in review
By Richard Lawson - Nov 13, 2019

Crusaders 56 Norsemen 26

It was quite a 7 (and 3) days for The Crusaders and especially for manager Hall:

Thought about his team on Tuesday Signed up Erik Harris on Wednesday Got two picks and 25 points on Thursday Sat back in glee on Friday and Saturday and Sunday Joint best record in the league on Monday

The Norsemen are in a little bit of a dip and although two of his galacticos, Jackson and McCaffrey scored well it was Hall that went 7-3

 

Testudos Revenge 1 Amish Electricians 0

Testudos Revenge joined Crusaders and Norsemen on 7-3 with a tight victory over Amish Electricians. It was a defensive masterclass from both teams, but the LB duo of Fitzpatrick and Peters scored 45 points for Testudos. However, it came down to Monday night where Amish only needed 6 points from star WR Tyler Lockett. Unfortunately, he was locked out of the endzone and he couldn’t find the key to an unlikely victory. Josh is a 5-5

 

Richard’s Lionhearts 11 Sean Taylor’s Ashes 9

Completing the Burgundy division are the Lionheart’s at 5-5 and STA at 4-6 after this tight game. The Lionheart’s had a comfortable lead going into the Monday night mayhem after consistent attacking performances topped by Jarvis Landry. However, STA had a wildcard up their sleeve, Jadaveon Clowney, and it was not a fun performance for Lawson to watch. Clowney ended up with 21 points, Carson with 10 and into Q3 STA took a 7 point lead. However it was a great weekend for Nottingham Forest and it was a great weekend for DeForest as a fumble pickup and touchdown swung the game to Lawson.

 

Fighting Squirrels 65 Trump Molests Collies 8

In a shock result the now 3-7 Squirrels easily took care of 6-4 TMC in a bit of a hiding. The Squirrels had 3 players scoring 20+ (Prescott, Jones & Hill) who all scored more than TMC who had Darnold top scoring with 15. Can TMC get back to the top of the Gold division, or will The Crusaders just be a ghost in the distance; we will see in the prime week 11 matchup 

 

Meggamen 45 Gallic Warriors -25

The best team performance this week came from the MeggaMen who move to 5-5. A total of 149 points – and the secret to their success is obvious; only select players with surnames which are Christian names as Ryan, Henry, Thomas, Leonard and Adam(s) were their top scorers. FYI Mason Rudolph is available on the waiver wire. The Gallic Warriors were unlucky with a reasonable score of 79 but they are fighting to avoid the bottom of the White as they fall to 4-6

 

Sacks on the Beach 44 British Bulldogs 8

The season is a struggle as Adam’s team are more poodles than bulldogs; time is yet to decide but the LA Chargers may want to take note of this challenging British based franchise in the NFL world. To be fair the Bulldog’s are bottom of the luck chart and have a squad that will come together but not this week. An Amari Cooper (21) inspired SOTB gets them to 5-5


Past Headlines
WEEK 11 SCORES
Norsemen
Richard's Lionhearts
85
13
MeggaMen
British Bulldogs
61
0
Amish Electricians
Sacks on the Beach
67
0
Fighting Squirrels
Gallic Warriors
43
23
Sean Taylor's Ashes
Testudos Revenge
21
18
Crusaders
Trump Molests Collies
5
0
STANDINGS
Norsemen
7 - 3
Amish Electricians
5 - 5
Richard's Lionhearts
5 - 5
Sean Taylor's Ashes
4 - 6
Crusaders
7 - 3
Trump Molests Collies
6 - 4
Gallic Warriors
4 - 6
Fighting Squirrels
3 - 7
Testudos Revenge
7 - 3
Sacks on the Beach
5 - 5
MeggaMen
5 - 5
British Bulldogs
2 - 8

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