The Fake Football Reader League Standings September 28, 2013  |  Jeff

With the Fake Football season now three weeks old and knocking on the door of week four, let’s take a look at how The Fake Football Reader Leagues are shaping up. Below, you will find the Overall Standings and League Leaders from all 27 leagues, so dive in and check out how your team stacks up in the race for #1.

We also will be giving away The Fake Football T-Shirts to each week’s overall high points scorer and our Week 3 winner is Helyar Hellhounds from The Fake Football League #1. The Hellhounds dropped a ridiculous 207.68 points in Week 3 and will receive a TFF Shirt, with a street value of roughly $1.2 million. Check out the lineup that produced this impressive score:


QB: Russell Wilson – 22.48

WR: Andre Johnson – 8.60

WR: Antonio Brown – 40.60

WR: Cecil Shorts – 22.30

RB: Doug Martin – 12.80

RB: DeAngelo Williams – 12.70

TE: Jimmy Graham – 34.40

FLEX: Josh Gordon – 32.80

K: Josh Brown – 0.00

D: Baltimore – 21.00


 Check out the overall standings below and good luck in Week 4!

* * The 10 team reader league point totals have been adjusted to fairly equate to the point totals of the 12 team leagues.

4 Responses

  1. Rei Peido says:

    UGH. I have work to do. Had a good week this week though – 168pts.

  2. Mike Adamson says:

    Password is Taco…17th best score yet 0-3. Sucks to be you I think.

  3. Anthony says:

    What’s up Jeff. Q: better bench stash, B Brown or Vereen? Thanks

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