Sunday, September 12, 2010

Welcome Back to Fantasy Football! College Edition

Welcome back, after last years disappointing losses, I look forward for another championship drive.

Let's start with the college teams:

Canadian Football League: Fenix Firecrackers
QB - Taylor Potts - Texas Tech
QB - BJ Daniels - South Florida
QB - Sean Renfree - DUKE

RB - Montel Harris - Boston College
RB - Stepfan Taylor - Stanford
RB - Anthony Allen - Georgia Tech
RB - Damien Berry - Miami

WR - Ryan Broyles - Oklahoma
WR - Randall Cobb - Kentucky
WR - Uzoma Nwachukwu - Texas A&M
WR - Dane Sanzenbacher - Ohio State

TE - Kyle Rudolph - Notre Dame
K - Phillip Welch - Wisconsin
DST - Clemson

* As of Sept.12

Week 1
Fenix Firecrackers v CC's Irish Thunder
Final Score: Firecrackers 134.5 - Irish Thunder 107
Opinion- This quick rout was exactly what I wanted for my team in the first week.

Week 2
Fenix Firecrackers v Blastman
Final Score: Firecrackers 145.5 - Blastman  141.5
Opinion- A close but good win, for the 2nd week in a row I'm the team with the highest score. These early wins are going to help drive me to the playoffs.

Only Real Fantasy Players Allowed League: Caledonia SPARTANS
QB - Taylor Potts - Texas Tech
QB - Blaine Gabbert - Montana

RB - Bryce Beall - UCLA
RB - Alfred Morris - FAU
RB - Roy Helu - New England
RB - Noel Devine - West Virginia

WR - Justin Blackmon - Oklahoma State
WR - Ronald Johnson - University of Southern California
WR - Malcolm Williams - Texas
WR - Doug Baldwin - Stanford
WR - Greg Childs - Arizona

TE - Ladarius Green - LALAFAY
K - Ross Evans - TCU
Week 1
Cal. SPARTANS v Medford Drewids
Final Score: SPARTANS 90.75 - 90 Drewids
Opinion: HOLY CRAP! I though I had honestly lost this game (scores hadn't updated properly), both of our teams WRs were terrible.

Week 2
Cal SPARTANS v Flames
Final Score: SPARTANS 158.25 - 105 Flames
Opinion: That's more like it! After a couple waiver grabs the team is moving forward. Shout outs for Potts, Beall, Blackmon, TCU and Green (15 points for a TE!)

So far both teams have had great starts!