Thursday, September 14, 2017

3FL Notes: Week 2 Preview

Opening weekend had a little bit of everything, including close games, MNF comebacks, injuries and high-flying scoring. Week 2 will bring more of all of those things.



Week 1 Recap

Top Scoring 3FL Team: the HAW - 107 points

Player MVPs:
Kareem Hunt (RB/KC/SS) - 39 points
LA Rams Defense (tH) - 28 points
Stefon Diggs (WR/Min/tH) - 21 points



Predictions Tally

The Comm-nosticator: 4/6 - 66.66%
League Voting: 4/6 - 66.66%
Yahoo! Projections: 4/6 - 66.66%

Go vote!



Week 2 Information

Thursday Night: Houston Texans @ Cincinnati Bengals
Sunday Night: Green Bay Packers @ Atlanta Falcons
Monday Night: Detroit Lions @ New York Giants
Bye Week: No more until week 5



And now the Comm-nosticator’s predictions for week 2:

Baltimorons (-1) vs. Yuengling Brewers
The night games hold the keys to this matchup. The Brew Crew has to do better than last week, but Coach Drew should cruise here (depending on which WRs he chooses to start).

the HAW (-2) vs. Dumbbums
So last week the CAPS lost first overall pick David Johnson to injury until around Christmas. And they still outscored everyone in the league. He'll be hard to replace but Coach HAW is projected to score almost 100 again this week.

Phys. Ed. Phenoms (-1/2) vs. Spiked Vipers
This one is going to be fun to watch. Both teams lost last week but are projected to put up big points in week two. Is OBJ healthy? Did PEP pick up every player on the waiver wire hot list?

Misfits, Inc. (-1/2) vs. Renegades
A win here would put FitzCorp in command of the East Division. Coach Val has hit the waiver wire, though, and it will be a close matchup. The Defenses might be the story here.

Stiletto Stompers (-1/2) vs. Predacons
The Stompers scored in the triple digits last week, riding surprise RB Kareem Hunt to an easy win. Meanwhile the Preds put up only one point more than our lowest scoring team. Can we blame that on Irma or is it going to be a season long thing?

And the game of the week...

Lightning (-1/2) vs. Marauders
The three teams in the North are only one point away from each other's totals each after our first week. That means the winner of this game will take over the early lead in the division and all eyes will be on Sunday night (and a little bit on Monday night).

Good luck this week.

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