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Week 14 Fantasy Football Results

The Confidential is running a fantasy football contest each week and during the regular season.  Here are the rules.  With one week remaining (the bowl season), There are three teams now in the running for the overall prize–which is given to the entrant who wins the most weeks.  Let’s recap the Week 14 results:

OVERALL WEEKLY WINNERS:

Week #1 Winner:  Lenville Cards, 128.4 pts

Week #2 Winner: ACaffrey, 117.2 pts

Week #3 Winner: MCaffrey, 127.0 points

Week #4 Winner: Lenville Cards, 127.5 pts

Week #5 Winner: Brian, 154.8 pts

Week #6 Winner: Brian, 131.1 pts

Week #7 Winner: MCaffrey, 123.2 pts

Week #8 Winner: Brian 149.5 pts

Week #9 Winner: Josh Vickery, 128.5 pts

Week #10 Winner: Lenville Cards, 156.1 pts

Week #11 Winner: ACaffrey 92.5 pts

Week #12 Winner: Mr. Tar Heels 165 pts (SEASON HIGH)

Week #13 Winner: Josh Vickery 132 pts

Week #14 Winner: ACaffrey, 128.7 pts

Everyone was suckered into Marquise Williams at QB, but it was the BC defense, Parker, and Paul Johnson that made the difference.

OVERALL PRIZE STANDINGS:

1. Brian, ACaffrey & Lenville Cards 3 wins

4. Josh Vickery & MCaffrey   2 wins

6. Mr. Tar Heel  1 win

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

THE OCTOBER CONTEST STANDING (only one weekend of games left):

  1. Brian 131.1 + 122.2 = 253.3 + 149.5 = 402.8 + 123.1 = 525.9
  2. ACaffrey 118.4 + 110.8 = 229.2 + 126.1 = 355.3 + 118.5  = 473.8
  3. MCaffrey 68.5 + 123.2 = 191.7 + 121.7 = 313.4 + 104.8  = 418.2
  4. JoshVickery 130.2 +62.2 = 192.4 + 87 = 279.4 + 128.5 + 407.9
  5. Mr. TarHeel 117.1  + 76.5 = 193.6 + 105.3 = 298.9 + 82.1 = 381.0
  6. Harrison 90.6 + 72.8 = 163.4 + 75.6 = 239.0 + 115.0 = 354

Congratulations to Brian, for winning the October contest.  Brian is an FSU fan that knows his ACC football!!!

THE WEEK 1-4 PRIZE CONTEST:

  1. Brian  110.5 + 108.3 + 105.4 = 324.2 + 113.7 = 437.9
  2. ACaffrey 106.7 + 111.2 + 113.7 = 331.6 + 98.9 = 430.5
  3. MCaffrey 79.7 + 94.8 + 127.0 = 301.5 + 114.5 = 416.0
  4. Lenville Cards 128.4 + 86.7 + 69.7 = 284.8 + 127.5 = 412.3
  5. Mr Tar Heel  93.7 + 100.7 + 77.0 = 271.4 + 93.9 = 365.3
  6. Vickery 83.2 + 98.9 + 83.5 = 265.6 + 63.8 = 329.4

Congratulations to Mr. Consistency, Brian, for winning the Week 1-4 contest without winning any individual week.  Brian wins the prize! 

For detailed scoring, see the Week 14 entry page.  If the math is an issue or you question the scoring, please let me know ASAP.   I am not beyond errors of all kinds…

 

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9 thoughts on “Week 14 Fantasy Football Results

  1. So now that there is a 3 way tie… how do we decide the winner? Bowl Season Fantasy contest for ACC teams or this weekend with just 2 ACC teams playing?

    • There is one week left… the bowl season. I figure that will make it pretty interesting and the scoring will be gradually accruing.

      Maybe we will be a 3-way tie (someone else wins) or maybe we will have one of us win it and claim it!

    • Actually, the rules state this:

      Rule #9: The contest will end with the conclusion of the regular season (i.e. there will be no entries the week of the ACC Championship Game). The Confidential will name an Overall Winner(s), if any, at the end of the contest in a congratulatory post. If no entrant records at least two WINS, then there will be no Overall Winner and the congratulatory post will be merely to recognize all of the participants that received one WIN. There may be multiple Overall Winners.

      BUT… I will defer to you two. We can divide the winnings today. Or we can extend one more week into the bowl season to break the tie. Whatever you two decide is fine with me.

      • I say we go for the bowl season, see what happens. Seems fun to me (I have enjoyed the contest). Of course IF FSU wins this weekend, are we only counting stats for the first round of the play-offs just in case FSU wins in the first round? (And that is a huge if, as I think FSU is likely to lose to GT and that damn triple option).

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