Friday, December 5, 2008

This Is It


Week Fourteen, the last of the regular season for our inaugural run of the HBFFL has arrived. Three teams are viably fighting for the last two playoff spots. A fourth has an outside chance. There also is the Consolation Bowl for the #5-8 teams.

I just hope none of the games are on Shabbos cause I sure as shit don't f-ing roll!



We know that Fantasy Virgin, thanks to a lot of spanking of opponents and a five-game win streak has clinched a playoff spot. We know that The White Strypers won a key game vs La Machine last week and they clinched.

What about the 3rd and 4th seeds you ask? And the Runner-Up Bowl? Here we go...

The #3 and 4 spots are still up for grabs and the winner of the Renal Failure/Predator Press matchup still has a shot at the playoffs as well. Well, RF more then LOBO due to points. More on that below...

The numbers in parentheses are the points scored differentials.

La Machine clinches with:

-a win
-a loss and a Renal Failure loss
-a loss, a Renal Failure win, and higher points then Renal Failure (+16)
-a loss, a Predator Press win, and higher points then Predator Press (+132)
-a loss, a Renal Failure win, a Ramblers loss, and higher points then Ramblers (+31)

Ramblers clinch with:

-a win
-a loss and a Renal Failure loss
-a loss, a Renal Failure win, and higher points then Renal Failure (-25)
-a loss, a Predator Press win, and higher points then Predator Press (+101)
-a loss, a Renal Failure win, a La Machine Loss loss, and higher points then La Machine (-31)

Renal Failure clinches with:

-a win and a loss by the Ramblers and higher points scored then Ramblers (+25)
-a win and a loss by LaMachine and higher points scored then LaMachine (-16)
-a win and a loss by both teams and higher points scored then at least one of them (-16, +25)

Predator Press clinches with:

-a win and a loss by the Ramblers and higher points scored then Ramblers (-101)
-a win and a loss by LaMachine and higher points scored then LaMachine (-132)
-a win and a loss by both teams and higher points scored then at least one of them (-101, -132)

In the Consolation Bowl the Crooks have the #7 spot locked up and #5-6 depend on the outcome of three matchups.

The Goons and Canucks face off for the #8 spot.

Good luck everyone and may the force be with you.

7 comments:

LOBO said...

Thanks Chris ... that really helps! I wasn't sure where I stood.

I never knew about the points thing ... I thought it was based on the games individually and of themselves. It's funny that one game I missed a player on a 'bye' week could've made all the difference.

Ah well, live 'an learn. Any way you slice the rest of the season, reserve me a spot for next year ... it's a lot of fun!

Matt said...

The Strypers are considering resting their starters in preparation for the playoffs.
On the other hand, getting practice against Canuck Jr. College may be good for a playoff warm up.

Chris C said...

NP LOBO. :)

"It's funny that one game I missed a player on a 'bye' week could've made all the difference."

It's amazing how important weekly team management is for fantasy football isn't it?

Like you said it was a good lesson learned and you still did well. You contended for a playoff spot all season and have the potential to end up 8-6.

And hell yeah we are doing this again next year. :)

renalfailure said...

God damn Dallas Clark!!! I will hold him accountable if the impenetrable labyrinth of the playoff picture does not come out in my favor. And I will also totally ignore my weak 1-4 start as well.

Regardless of the outcome, I'm in for next year. The People need a Champion.

unfinishedrambler said...

Ha ha. Dallas Clark.

(Sorry, it had to be said.)

Anonymous said...

fantasy virgin doesn't roll on shabbas either...wait a second..reforms can roll

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