The Fake Football Reader Leagues: Week 14 December 14, 2012  |  Jeff


Before we dive into The Fake Football Reader Leagues playoff picture, we have come to the conclusion that eliminating week 14 from the overall points standings is the only way to fairly compensate for the fact that byes are involved. Only weeks 1-13 as well as weeks 15 & 16 will count toward the overall prize standings, and only currently eligible playoff teams will accumulate points. The further a team advances, the more points they rack up. We apologize for any confusion this may have caused.

For our weekly high score, we have “Autumn Wind” from the Fake Football Fire Balls league. Autumn Wind  dropped 196.04 points this week, and I will give you one guess who they had as their defense…

 

QB: Tom Brady – 28.44

WR: Vincent Jackson – 25.10

WR: Antonio Brown – 13.50

WR: Brian Hartline – 5.40

RB: Jamaal Charles – 22.50

RB: Stevan Ridley – 13.2

TE: Jason Witten -10.20

W/R: Knowshon Moreno – 26.70

K: Lawrence Tynes – 10.00

D: Seattle – 41.00

Total: 196.04

 

Remember, this season we have prizes for each league winner and an overall prize for the team with the most points scored (* THROUGH WEEK 16 *) out of all our leagues from Fantasy Sports Trophies.com, as well as a The Fake Football t-shirt for the overall high score from each week!

 

Below, you will find the Overall Points Leader Standings through 13 weeks, which will be updated after week 15 is complete. The 28 league winners will be determined through league playoffs.

 

 

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