Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Week 9 point totals

Congrats to Andrew.  After another crushing defeat in fantasy football, Andrew was able to get the 10 point bonus for the pick'em.  Good for you, bro.

In fantasy football, Andrew lost to Folden.  I lost to Shawn.  Joe out McLane'd John, Rob beat Colin, and Munez beat Jim.

So, fantasy football standings look like this

John 5-3
Adam 5-3
Joe 5-3
Jim 4-4
Munez 4-4
Shawn 4-4
Folden 4-4
Rob 4-4
Colin 3-5
Andrew 2-6

The difference between 1st and 8th is only a game.

So, let's take a look at the overall scores.

College pick 'em score + pro + fantasy football + (bonus)

Adam 102 + 53 + 50 + (20)= 225
Shawn  94+ 57+40 + (35) = 226
Munez 108+ 49+40+(25) = 222
Joe 84+55+50+(10) = 199
Andrew 88+54+20+(10)=172
Jim 98+44+40=182
Rob 80+57+40=177
Folden 92+52+40=184
John 76+47+50= 173
Colin 93+57+30= 180


1. Shawn 226 (+1)
2. Adam 225 (-1)
3. Munez 222 (=)
4. Joe 199 (=)
5. Folden 184 (+2)
6. Jim 182 (-1)
7. Colin 180 (-1)
8. Rob 177 (+1)
9. John 173 (-2)
10. Andrew 172 (=)


In two weeks Folden has jumped three spots.

There are 12 total points seperating 5th from 10th.

The gap between 1st and last shrank from 66 points last week to 54 points this week.

I'll be back Thursday with a week 10 preview.

Sunday, October 28, 2012

A Halloweeeeeeen Weekend Edition of Football God

What up, Bitch.

Lots of big happenings in the college football predictions that need to be addressed.

#9 USC goes down Again! (Chris Jericho voice)

Who this affects?


All ten of us had USC in the national championship this year.  9 of us had them winning the championship.  The only person who gains anything from this is Folden.  He is the only person who had them not winning the championship.

Red Outs & Yellow Outs

In the Word document in which i posted all of our predictions, I RED OUT some predictions that no longer have a chance of occuring.  I'll yellow out pics that are teetering on the edge.  Let's go through some of those.


In the WAC Munez had New Mexico St winning.  They are 1-7 overall and 0-4 in their conference.  Official RED OUT!

Big 12

All of us are on the fringe.  But, those that picked Oklahoma still have a chance.  It would take a rough stretch run for Kansas St.  Texas and WVU picks though, which are teetering.  YELLOW OUT.


Voyten and I chose Western Michigan, who are an official RED OUT.  Everyone else has Ohio, who just lost a big game to fall to a 2nd place tie with three teams in their side of the conference.  Kent St hasn't lost yet in the conference.  Still a lot of ball to play there, so for now Ohio is safe, but one more loss and they will be dunzo.

GEORGIA upset Florida this weekend, keeping John and I choosing them to win the SEC and in the National Championship alive.  If they win out the next two games they are in the SEC championship.  Otherwise, Florida will go.  Who will they play?

Probably Alabama.  Only Rob and Colin picked Alabama to win the SEC.  Joe, Andrew, Voyten, Munez, and Jim picked LSU to win it.  LSU plays at home, hosting Alabama this weekend.  This is a HUGE game in the football God predictions battle.

In Conference USA, there are 5 different teams that were chosen to win.  They are all still in the vying for the championship.  However, Marshall just got throttled by Central Florida, which puts Joe and John's Marshall pick on high alert as an official YELLOW OUT.


As of now, there are only a couple of things that are redded out.  That mainly is Joe and Voyten's pick of Darrell Revis being the DPOY.  This is obviously because he's out for the year.

Other than that, most of our picks are still safe at the moment.  There are two, however, that are on the edge of the cliff.

My pick of New Orleans in the NFC Championship & and NFC wild card just fell to 2-5.  Also, Andrew picked them to win the division.  A yellow out that could become a Red out very soon.

Even closer to the edge of the RED is Jim's pick of having Carolina in the NFC Championship.  They just fell to 1-6.  Jim, along with John, had them winning the division, which they are now 6 games behind Atlanta, with 9 games to play.  Not officially out of it for the playoffs yet, but I think it's safe to Red them out as a division winner.  Folden also had them earning a wildcard berth, so for now, we'll keep them in the running for the wildcard.  For at least one more week.

I'll send you all an updated look at that tonight.


Voyten (3-4) def Adam (5-2)

This isn't for sure yet.  But it basically is.  I'm losing by about 65 points and have my kicker and TE left to play.  That's what I get for spot starting Brandon Stokley on a hunch.


Joe (4-3) def John

Again, this one isn't technically in the books yet.  But, Joe has 135 points to John's 59, with John only having his defense and Larod Stephens Fuck whatever his name is left to play.


Munez (3-4) def Jim (4-3)

Jim's team put together a late push, pulling this game to a few points, but it was too little too late.


Rob (3-4) def Colin (3-4)

Rob and Colin are most aptly explained by that song.  Rob is back to .500 after a pitiful 0-4 start.  Colin is now on a 5 game losing streak after starting 3-0.


Folden 138 vs Andrew 117 (1 to play)

Andrew has Frank Gore left to play.  He'll need a 100 yard game along with a touchdown to get his third win of the season.

Standings (as of now)

John 5-3
Adam 5-3
Joe 5-3
Munez 4-4
Jim 4-4
Rob 4-4
Shawn 4-4
Colin 3-5

Folden either 4-4 or 3-5
Andrew either 3-5 or 2-6

If Andrew's able to take Folden down tomorrow we will have quite the tight race.  We will have all 10 teams be within 2 games of each other.

Tomorrow or Tuesday I'll come back with a total score update.

As of now, Munez and Andrew are tied for the 10 point bonus this week.  We'll see how tomorrow wraps up.  They both have 17 points this week, and it doesn't appear that anyone else can catch them.  So, if they both pick the same team tomorrow, they will have the bonus.

So, until next time.  Fuck off.

Thursday, October 25, 2012

The Week Ahead...

So, what's going on in the week ahead that could have an impact on our overall scores?  There are a few games of note.

Georgia vs Florida

John & I have Georgia playing in the National Championship.  If Florida wins this game they clinch the SEC east, effectively ending Georgia's chances for a title birth, and John and I will be forced to deal with the realization that we picked Georgia to actually win big games.

Louisville vs Cincinnati

This game effects nearly everyone in Football God.  Everyone aside from Folden and John had one of these two teams winning the Big East.  The winner of this game will likely only have Rutgers between them and the Big East Championship.

Fantasy Football Preview

Adam 5-2 vs Shawn 3-4

Although I'm two games better than Shawn in the standings, he comes in with a 6 point advantage in the overall projections this week.  I pulled a win last week out of my ass, using Andrew's bad luck as my lube.  I think I'll call this one early as my UPSET OF THE WEEK

Folden 3-4 vs Andrew 2-5

Andrew's season has become one of total disappointment.  Last week Andrew played against the person who scored the most points in the week, again.  Andrew's still got some time to come back, but he's going to have to start making some moves relatively soon.  Folden will probably score 400 points, while Andrew's season of Job continues

Munez 3-4 vs Jim 4-3 
Munez had a nice comeback game last week to get back on the right track.  Jim lost a close one to Folden.  Jim's team has averaged about 140 points the last three weeks, and he still scored 130 last week with Drew Brees on bye.  I'm going to put him in for the LOCK OF THE WEEK over Munez this week.

Colin 3-4 vs Rob 3-4

Colin is hurting. Losing 4 in a row, while Rob's rolling, winning 3 in a row.  Both of their rosters are at full strength, and I think this is the week when Colin gets back on track.  I mean it has to happen at some point, right?


John 5-2 vs Joe 4-3

Big game this week for Joe and John.  John comes into the game off only his second loss, and this week plays without Adrian Foster & A.J Green, who are easily the most reliable players on his roster.  Joe has a few players on bye, but his roster depth  is pretty good so he should be ok.  This is a very competitive game this week and has should be a good one.

That's all for the week, good luck and be safe on this halloween weekend.

Belated Week 8 Football God scoring update

What up bitches.  I"m gonna hit up some scores quick here.  Before we get into anything else.

BIG UPS first to Munez in the pick 'ems this past week.  He put up 16 correct predictions out of 20 in the college pick 'em.  In the Pro Pick'em he scored 8 points giving him 24 out of 33 for the week to take the 10 point bonus.

That gives Munez 25 bonus points on the season in the pick 'em.  At this point still only four people, myself, Joe, Munez, and Voyten have won bonus points in the pick 'ems.

Also, last week, all 5 fantasy football games had a 2-4 team playing against a team with a better record.  In the end 4 OF THE 5 TEAMS GOT THE UPSET.  So, what we're left with now is a much tighter race then we were at last week.

2nd BIG UPS go to Rob, who after starting 0-4 in fantasy football has fought back to 3-4 in the league.

BIG DOWNS go to Colin, who after starting off 3-0 in fantasy football has lost 4 straight games.  What's going on with your team, Bro?

Our fantasy standings look like this now.

1. John 5-2
2. Adam 5-2
3. Jim 4-3
4. Joe 4-3
5. Munez 3-4
6. Colin 3-4
7. Shawn 3-4
8. Folden 3-4
9. Rob 3-4
10. Andrew 2-5

So,  let's take a look at the total scored up to now

College football score+ pro score+ fantasy score+ (bonus) = current total.

Adam 92+48+50+(20)= 210
Shawn 86+50+30+(35)= 201
Munez 99+41+30+(25)= 195
Joe 76+47+40+(10)= 173
Jim 91+37+40= 168
Colin 87+48+30=165
John 70+41+50= 161
Folden 85+46+30= 161
Rob 74+50+30=154
Andrew 79+45+20= 144


1. Adam 210 (=)
2. Shawn 201 (-1)
3. Munez 195 (+1)
4. Joe 173 (-1)
5. Jim 168 (-1)
6. Colin 165 (+1)
t7. John 161 (-1)
t7 Folden 161 (+1)
9. Rob 154 (+1)
10 Andrew 144 (-1)

Monday, October 22, 2012


Updates in the week of the underdog.

As stated before, all five 2-4 teams were playing against teams with better records.  Here's where we stand on that.

Shawn (2-4) vs Joe (4-2)  Shawn pounded Joe's team, who didn't bother to show up.  Confirmed UPSET!

Munez (2-4) vs Colin (3-3)  Munez has a 50 point lead, while Colin has only Calvin Johnson remaining to play.  Extremely Likely, UPSET!

Rob (2-4) vs John (5-1) Rob is down by 11 points and has his quarterback and a receiver left to play.  Unless Cutler has one of his dog shit games that he's known to have from time to time, we're looking at a very likely UPSET!

Johnson Bowl! Andrew (2-4) vs Adam (4-2)  Andrew had it all locked up yesterday.  A ten point lead, with my last 2 players finishing up.  Then Eli hit Victor Cruz on a 70 yard TD pass that put Eli over 300 yards passing, Cruz over 100 yards receiving, and a TD for both, giving me 30 points on one play.

Andrew has his kicker remaining, and will need a huge day from him to have a chance.  Unlikely but still possible upset

Jim (4-2) vs Folden (2-4)  Folden has a 14 1/2 point lead over Jim, while Jim has Matt Forte remaining.  So, coin flip UPSET!

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Fantasy Football Week 7 Preview

So, we're 6 games into the season, and only 2 games separate 2nd place to last place.  If we have another crazy weekend like we did this past week with upsets, things could get even more tight.

Let's take a look at our week 7 match ups.

Jim (4-2) vs Folden (2-4)

Jim is coming off a hot week, moving up to 2nd in the standings.   Folden's been Bumming Turtles all year, but now he's coming off a big win that's moved him back into a better position.  Jim's won 3 games in a row and has been rolling over the competition.  Jim's projected to put up 20 more points than Folden.  Folden winning this game would make this league real tight.

Adam (4-2) vs Andrew (2-4)

Interesting fact about Andrew and I.  He and I have been in the championship in fantasy football in 3 or the 4 years we've done football god.  We have also, never won the championship.  We are the Manning Brothers, if Eli was as big a loser as Peyton.  I'm projected to kick Andrew's ass right now by about 20 points.

John (5-1) vs Rob (2-4)

John has scored more than 200 points more than Rob this season.  Rob is coming off his second win in a row though.  I'd like to think Rob could win this game, but it is NOT GOING TO FUCKING HAPPEN.  Here it is LOCK of the week. John over Rob

Joe (4-2) vs Shawn (2-4)

Joe's starting QB, Matt Ryan, is on bye this week.  In most cases I would have picked Joe to easily beat Shawn, based on how Joe's team has played.  But, I think the difference tween Ryan and Alex Smith might be enough to pull Shawn over Joe.  That's why this game is my pick for UPSET OF THE WEEK.


Munez (2-4) vs Colin (3-3)

Man, what a game.  Munez has 4 players on bye this week, Colin has 4 on bye. They have both lost 3 games in a row.  And, as of now, the only position player that Colin can substitute in for his empty flex spot is on the bench, and he plays at 8 tonight.  I love the slap stickiness that this game looks like it's going to afford.

Final Thoughts

There are 5 teams that are 2-4 in our league and they're all playing teams with better records.  If all 5 2-4 teams were to win this week, we'd have 6 teams at 3-4, 3 at 4-3, and one at 5-2.  It's almost so appetizing that I hope that's what happens.

Enjoy & good luck this week.

Monday, October 15, 2012


So, I'm writing this late night update as a congrats.


Also, Jim beat me for THE FIRST TIME EVER.

This is a big week in fantasy football, mainly because it brings everybody back into contention, and keeps anybody from falling behind....

In Pick 'em news.  I won the pick 'em bonus of 10 points this week with 20 points overall.  I crushed in college pick'em and held everyone off in Pro pick'em.  So let's get to overall scores.

College pick'em + Pro pick'em + fantasy wins + (bonus)= total.

Adam 79+39+40+(20)=178
Shawn 79+44+20+(35)=178
Joe 64+38+40+(10)=153
Munez 83+33+20+(15)=151
Jim 82+29+40=151
John 57+38+50=145
Colin 74+40+30=144
Folden 79+40+20=139
Andrew 68+38+20=126
Rob 63+41+20=124

So, things have changed a bit in the score, but WHAT'S MORE IMPORTANT, is that last week the difference between first place and last place was 62 points.  The difference this week is 54 points.  So, overall things have tightened up.  Shawn and I have a 25 point lead right now over everyone else.  But the difference between 3rd and 10th is a mere 29 points.

Here are our current trends in the rankings.

t1. Adam 178 (+1)
t1. Shawn 178 (=)
3. Joe 153 (+1)
t4. Munez 151 (-1)
t4. Jim 151(+2)
6. John 145(+1)
7. Colin 144 (-1)
8. Folden 139 (+1)
9. Andrew 126 (=)
10. Rob 124 (-1)

What's even more interesting to look at is that with the current college projections, Andrew & Rob, who are in 9th and 10th, are in really good shape.  And, Munez, who's in 4th, is in even better shape.

When College projections are added in, Folden is in worse shape than the totals lead on, and John is in MUCH worse shape.

So, next week I'll give you guys a Pro Prediction projection, and also give you guys a Lou Holtz pep talk on next weeks match ups.  Until, stay classy.

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Football God Update: College Projections

So, I know it's still early in the college Conference play season, but I figured.  It is halfway through the season in general, so why not take a look at where we are for each conference.

I won't be covering the PAC 10 or the MAC, because we all have USC & Boise St.  I also won't be covering the WAC, because they have only played one conference game so far.

Otherwise, we'll start from the alphabetical top.  I'll be putting their conference record in there, not their overall.  Also, if you're wondering why some teams are listed in red, that's not a good thing.  It means they are bad and so are you for picking them.

ACC:  Teams picked to win. Fl St, Clemson, & VA TEch

FL State 3-1 (Everyone else)
Clemson 2-1 (Shawn & Joe)
VA Tech 2-1 (Adam & Folden)

If the season ended today, it would actually be Maryland & Miami in the ACC Championship game.  VA Tech is 4-3 overall, and although they have pretty much control their own destiny, they also went 0-2 against Big East teams this year, so I wouldn't really hold my breath.  The only thing that VA Tech has going for it is a pretty bad coastal conference that they play in, and a tendency to play well down the stretch in recent years.

On Clemson & FL St's side of the conference, Maryland has taken an early lead in the conference.  After the next three weeks, they could be 5-0, based off of some below average competition.  However, this is a little misleading, because their final three games of the season are against clemson, fl st, and north carolina, easily 3 of the best teams in the ACC this year.

Most likely, it's going to end up with FL St & Clemson both tied at the top of the conference, with FL St holding the tie break.

Current ACC projection: FL St vs Below average Coastal Team

Big 12 Conference

Texas: 1-2 (shawn, joe, john)
WVU 2-1 (Jim, Adam, Folden)
Oklahoma 2-1 (Andrew, Colin, Rob, Munez)

The Big 12 is filled with lots of 1 loss teams right now, but the only team that's undefeated in the Conference is Kansas St.  Nobody had them winning the conference; however, Folden did have them in a BCS bowl.

It's early still, but it's pretty safe to say that Texas is not going to win the Big 12.  As of right now the projection is simple.  If Kansas St wins this weekend against WVU, you may be able to close the Big 12 down for the season.

Current Projection: Kansas St

Big 10

Michigan St (John)
Wisconsin (Adam & Andrew)
Michigan (everyone else)

Well Michigan St is 1-2 in the Big 10 so it's pretty safe to say they're out of it now.  Sorry John.
Wisconsin has a loss in the Big 10, however, their conference is kind of a gimmie.  Penn St & Ohio St aren't allowed to play in the post season.  Their remaining competition of Purdue, Indiana, and Illinois are a combined 0-8 in conference play.  It's pretty safe to say we'll see them in the Big 10 championship game.  Michigan plays Iowa at home.  Iowa avoids Oh St this year in the schedule, Michigan does not.

Current Projection: Iowa vs Wisconsin

Big East

Rutgers 3-0 (nobody)
Louisville 1-0 (everyone else)
Cinci 1-0 (Shawn & Colin)
South Florida 0-2 (John)
Pittsburgh 0-3 (Folden)

It's so early in the Big East season it's hard to project out who is going to win the conference.  It's important to note though that Folden's Pitt pick and John's South Florida pick are looking like they aren't going to work out.  Louisville, Cinci, and Rutgers are all undefeated, they all play each other, but the big difference is that Rutgers is 3-0 in confrence play.  They've taken care of business against the lesser than's in their conference and only have the good teamss left.  So...for now

Current Project: Rutgers

Conference U.S.A

Tulsa 4-0 (Colin)
UCF 2-0 (Jim, Rob, Adam)
Houston 2-0 (Andrew & Munez)
SMU 1-1 (Shawn, Folden)
Marshall 1-1 (Joe, John)

Year in and year out this is my favorite conference to watch.  Not only is it always a cluster fuck until the last week or two of the season, but it also always has the biggest disparity between each of us.

Current Projection: I shit my pants and sit in it all day, I have no fucking idea


Florida 5-0 (nobody)
Alabama 3-0 (Rob & Colin)
Georgia 3-1 (Adam & John)
LSU 2-1 (everyone else)
Arkansas 2-2 (Folden)

Look dude, I dunno.  lots of teams left, I'll revisit this one in a couple weeks, after Florida has played Georgia and SC.

Current Projection: Alabama vs Georgia/SC/Florida

Sun Belt Conference

Louisiana Lafayette 2-0 (Shawn)
FIU 0-3 (Adam, Jim, Colin,John)
Arkansas St 2-1 (Folden, Joe, Rob, Munez

Projection...It's hard to say here.  There are 5 teams that are either unbeaten or have one loss in conference play right now.  I'll shoot here with Louisiana Monroe, since they were so good in non conference play

Louisiana Monroe.

Last but not least, the MAC

Western Michigan 1-2 (Shawn, Adam)
Ohio 3-0 (everyone else)

Projection Ohio vs Toledo/Nor Ill

Overall Projection:

Overall, If I look from top to bottom at who has the best predictions so far, so far as the Championship game and all the conference winners goes.  Andrew, Rob, and Munez have the most consistent looking predictions so far.  None of their picks have worked their way out of contention yet.  I'll revisit this in three weeks and see where we are down the stretch.  Hope you enjoyed this.

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Football God Update Week 6

Hey friends.  We are officially into the MEAT of all of football season right now.  I want to start today, by making a point about our preseason college pick 'em.

Colin is the only person in our league to still have an unbeaten team in the championship.  He has Alabama, who is also ranked #1 overall.  If they make the championship game, that would be a huge help to Colin in the standings.  As for the rest of us.  USC, Arkansas, Georgia, and LSU have all shit themselves.  They all (with the exception of Arkanss) could still fight their way back up, but it would be difficult.

Also, in how sad it is, Andrew's fantasy football team took another difficult defeat.  Andrew's opponents have put up 141 points a game this year on average.  The next closest is me at 119 points a game against.  That's an absurd difference.  When you look at the complete other end of the spectrum, John's team is seeing opposition at the rate of 92 points per game.  So, essentially, it's been relatively easy for John so far, and down right shitty for Andrew.

I'm naming Andrew my official underdog of the year that I wanna see turn it around.  Much like Munez last year and Folden in 2009.  It's fun to have someone to watch for and think to yourself, if I don't win it, I hope that miserable bastard does.

So, with that being said, let's look at the rest of Fantasy Football.

Jim's team put up 192 points this week, beating Voyten by more than 100 points.
John's beat Folden after a dismal effort by Folden's team.  They only put up about 50 points.
ROB eeked out a win against Munez, giving him his first win of the season.
I beat Colin in a back and forth match up that wasn't decided until the last few minutes of his last player's game.
And, as was stated before, Andrew lost to Joe by 5 points.  Andrew had a 7 point lead going into the Monday night game, with Joe's kicker left to play and Ben tate to play for Andrew.  Tate didn't play and Andrew is left to cry in his own pile of shit again.

So, 5 weeks into the fantasy season, here's where things stand:

Adam 4-1
John 4-1
Joe 4-1
Jim 3-2
Colin 3-2
Munez 2-3
Shawn 2-3
Andrew 1-4
Folden 1-4
Rob 1-4

Next week's matchups

Munez (2-3) vs John (4-1)

Munez better be on watch out, because John's opponents tend to shit the bed when they play him.  John's duo of A.J Green and Arian Foster has been pretty unstoppable this year.  If one of them has a shitty week, Munez could pull it out.  Assuming that he can avoid the John Curse.

Colin 3-2 vs Folden 1-4

Colin has dropped two in a row, while Folden's team has struggled.  Colin is projected to beat Folden by 20 this week, but I feel like Folden is going to rebound after last week's performance.  I'm going to put this in as my UPSET OF THE WEEK.

Joe (4-1) vs Rob (1-4)

Joe and Rob's seasons are almost complete opposites.  And considering that Rob's current flex player is predicted to score 0 points this week, it's a good bet that Joe will win.  This WOULD BE my Lock of the Week, except for...

Adam (4-1) vs Jim (3-2)

The fact that Jim has never beaten me in Fantasy Football.  This is our 5th year playing together, and in 7 previous matchups he has never beatin me.  One year I went 3-12.  Two of my wins were against Jim.  Also,   Jim's best QB, RB, and WR are all on bye this week.  Seems like a perfect storm, that's built to my LOCK OF THE WEEK

Andrew (1-4) vs Shawn (2-3)

I like this game a lot this week.  It's a good matchup between 2 hard luck teams.  Andrew's luck has been stated earlier, and Shawn's team has given up the 3rd most points.  What this means is that one of these two is going to win, and the final score will probably be around 180-175.  Who doesn't love a good shoot out?

College Pick 'Em & Pro Pick 'em

I'll start by going over the bonus's for the past two weeks.

In week 5 Joe and I each put up 17 points making us the winners of the ten point bonus
In week 6 Shawn scored 20 combined points, with the next closest person to him scoring 16.  Quite the ass beating.

I also want to point out that Joe got exactly 1 game right in the pro pick'em this week.  If you guessed at random with your eyes shut, chances are you would get 50 percent of the games right.  Amazing.

Overall Munez is leading college with 73 in the college pick'em with Shawn & Jim close behind.

Pros is led by Shawn and Rob with 38.  Interestingly, those are the only two people who have a winning record in pro pick'em this year, and it's only by 2 games.

Overall Scores:

Fantasy Football Score + College Pick'em + Pro Pick'em + (bonus) = Total points

Shawn 20+71+38+(35)= 164
Adam 40+65+33+(10)=148
Munez 20+73+30+(15)=138
Joe 40+54+32+(10)=136
Colin 30+63+34=127
Jim 30+71+25=126
John 40+47+34=121
Rob 10+55+38=103
Folden 10+59+33=102
Andrew 10+58+34=102

As the point totals indicate, fantasy football is the main factor in the standings right now.  The only other difference is the bonus's.  The 4 people who have obtained bonus's are the top 4 spots right now.

So here are your places, with also a trending indicator in whether the person is rising or falling in the standings.

1. Shawn (+1)
2. Adam (+1)
3. Munez (-2)
4. Joe (+1)
5. Colin (-1)
6. Jim (=)
7. John (+1)
8. Rob (+1)
t9. Andrew (-2)
t9. Folden (+1)

So, I'm going to start doing a regular weekly column  in probably 2 weeks.

Next week, I'm going to do a prediction update, based on indicators of how people are doing with their predictions.  As always, check your own score, I HAVE fucked up before.  And take care.