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Fantasy Football Entry Page: Week 10

Remember, the Confidential’s Fantasy Football game is structured to allow late entries.  THERE IS STILL TIME TO ENTER AND WIN THE OVERALL CONTEST!


We don’t go by total points for the whole season; rather, we just allow teams to win the week or not.  Whoever wins the most weeks, wins the overall prize.

Here are the standings:


1. Brian 3

2. Lenville Cards and M Caffrey   2 wins

4. Josh Vickery & ACaffrey 1 win

6.  The other billions of people on the planet  0 wins

For Week 9 results, see here.   For rules, see here.  As a reminder, to enter, simply comment below with an ACC QB, RB, WR, Flex, Defense, and Coach.  We’ll do the rest.


Entries due before kickoff of the first ACC/Notre Dame game, which is THURSDAY at 7pm this week!!!! 


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20 thoughts on “Fantasy Football Entry Page: Week 10

  1. QB: Golston, ND
    RB: Johnson, MIA
    WR: Greene, FSU
    Flex: Parks, UVa
    Defense: Syracuse
    Coach: Chryst, Pitt

    Putting a lot of faith in Chryst this week…

    Most will go with Petrino though. Understand the logic.

  2. hhuntley17 on said:

    QB: Brissett, NCSU
    RB: Johnson, MIA
    WR: Greene, FSU
    Flex: Parks, UVA
    Defense: Notre Dame
    Coach: Addazio, BC

  3. QB-E. Golson (ND)
    RB-D. Johnson (UM)
    WR-T. Boyd (Pitt)
    Flex-K. Parks (UVA)
    Coach-B. Petrino (UL)

    Yeah, I know I am going against my Noles… but if they lose I might as well get something out of it. Also, Vegas has the line at -3.5 right now for a reason.

    • After watching Clemson eke by Syracuse, I cannot believe that Louisville lost to a Clemson team without Watson. Stoudt????

      • brianfsu9 on said:

        All I can say is thank goodness CU won that game, otherwise UL could put a very strong death grip on the ACC Champ Game Spot. Honestly, the UVA game is more interesting for UL. They really should have won that game, and if they did and then lost to CU but beat FSU, we could have a 3 way tie at the top of the Atlantic. I would assume then all tie breakers would be equal, all the way down to ranking. We could have a 2009 Big 12 situation, when it had divisions, where Okl St, Okl and Texas all had identical records and loss to exactly one of the other two, and Oklahoma won the division due to the highest ranking of the three, and then went on to get a horrible call by the refs to beat Suh and the Cornhuskers in the Big 12 title game. I still think that game was a major reason Nebraska went to the BIG. lol jk, sort of…

    • Golston 54.1
      Johnson 27.6
      Boyd: 14
      Parks 2.9
      BC 8
      Petriono 0
      BOnus 5

      TOTAL: 111.6

  4. QB – Marquise Williams- North Carolina
    RB – James Connor- Pittsburgh
    WR – Rashad Greene- Florida State
    Flex – Duke Johnson- Miami
    DEF – Notre Dame
    Coach – Bobby Petrino- Louisville

  5. Josh Vickery on said:

    QB – Marquise Williams – UNC
    RB – Duke Johnson – Miami
    WR – William Fuller – Notre Dame
    Flex – Kevin Parks – UVA
    Def -Boston College
    Coach – Paul Johnson – GT

  6. QB Golston ND
    RB D Johnson Mia
    WR T Boyd Pit
    FLEX D Parker UofL
    DEF GT
    COACH Cutcliffe Duke

    I’m hoping Parker will give me more points than Petrino would.

    • Then you think FSU wins, because it is damn hard for a WR to get 26 points or whatever Petrino would get with an upset… I think Petrino is bankable here (unfortunately). Although, with how suspect FSU has looked on D I supposed both could get to 26 against FSU.

      • For one, yeah I can see Parker going for 150 yards & 2 TD’s. Secondly I forgot the coach bonus was that big, lol. Good luck tonight & no matter what happens I hope FSU makes the playoffs, they deserve to.

    • Golston 54.1
      Johnson 27.6
      Boyd 14
      Parker 21.4
      GT 29
      Cutcliffe 5
      Bonus 5

      TOTAL: 156.1

  7. QB: Golston (ND)
    RB: Johnson (MIA)
    WR: Greene (FSU)
    Flex: Parks (UVA)
    Defense: Syracuse
    Coach: Petrino (L’Ville)

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