Search

Week 4 Write Up

And then there was one. Week four brought upsets, unwelcome surprises, and more injuries. (To me, mostly.) Coming into the week we had three undefeated teams, being Harry, Jenna, and EmTee. When the dust settled, EmTee took a thrashing from Ben's Hop Heads, taking his first loss of the year, and Jenna responded in kind against Harry, sending him to 3-1, leaving her alone as the remaining undefeated team. Week 4 also reared COVID's ugly head, with the Pittsburgh/Tennessee game canceled, and the New England/Kansas City pushed to Monday night without Cam Newton. My hope is that the NFL will continue to manage COVID moving forward, and as more cases are likely to come, this is exactly why we have deeper benches and IR slots. Each week is going to bring challenges to managers, and it may not always feel fair, but neither is football. I myself lost a few Pittsburgh players last week, but ultimately, the best manager will navigate this season well. -Asa

4 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Against all odds, we managed to complete an entire fantasy football season! ​ The playoffs brought everything you'd want and expect. 6-7 records sneaking in, close games, blowouts, and upsets. By winn

Week 12 may have been the weirdest week in football ever. The Broncos weren't allowed to field a single quarterback, the Steelers and Ravens had their game pushed all the way to Wednesday afternoon, a

Winning is fun! ​ Though it's hilarious to see how close I was to losing again. With Allen Robinson questionable, I picked up Cordarelle Patterson on the off chance he didn't go. I needed 10 points to