Eplin won the fantasy league in dominating fashion over Hale, while Folden beat Rob in the 3rd place game.
Bonus points for fantasy went like this
In other news the week 15 bonus of five points went to Munez and Gary, while the week 16 one went to Gary only.
Joe has a 2 point lead over Folden and 3 over Jim for the lead in the Pro pick'em with one week to go.
Adding all of these bonus points in, for pick'ems, fantasy, and winning survivor, pick'ems, and fantasy here's where each person stands.
In another arena, Every division except the NFC south has been figured out and Hale was the ONLY person to get any points from the NFC West, AFC south and AFC west. Picking KC to win the west.
Here are our measly points earned so far.
In any case. I'm just going to jump into the points. I have a lot to do before I hit up New Orleans and can't go into much more detail.
Fantasy + college predictions + pro predictions + college pick'em + bowl pick'em + bonus+pro pick'em
Remember bowl pick'em each game is worth 2 points at this point, so your score is doubled.
Munez 650Folden 640
so 2nd thru 8th are separated by 55 points. Me, colin, john, and shawn appear primed to fight it out for dead last.
The good thing for Eplin is he has amassed a 80 point lead over 2nd. The bad thing, Joe is in 2nd and on pace to get the 60 point pick'em bonus next week. Jim is in 3rd overall and on pace to get either the 40 or 20 point bonus.
The other problem for Eplin is his pro picks. He will only get 2 divisions, no wildcards, and his superbowl runner up and afc championship loser are all not going to happen.
His nfc runner up, Atlanta, may not make hte playoffs either.
Joe also has problems in the NFL predictions. He has Green bay in the superbowl and the Giants in the nfc championship game. Also, his wildcards are all done too.
Jim on the other hand is in a pretty good spot.
He has Pittsburgh and Seattle as his conference runners up and NE as his superbowl champion still in the mix. He also has atlana and tennessee as wildcards, and Carolina winning the south.
Hale is a point behind Jim, and he has Bell and Brown winning the rushing and receiving title. he'll likely need both of those to happen to have a chance, as well as continue to play strong in the bowl pick'em.
Each person's chances will be abundantly more clear after this weekend. Until then, Eplin can enjoy the biggest lead he'll have all year.