Semifinals 2016

Wild Card Recap

#3 Mubarakstan University of Mubaraks (9-4) defeated #6 Boston OakTrees (9-4)

Bring out the brooms, Aasim swept Oak in 2016. This includes a stunning upset over the OakTrees in the first round of the playoffs by the score of 92.2 to 67.1. The 92.2 points scored by Aasim were the lowest scored by a winning team in the playoffs since Ahsan put up 88.3 points in his 2010 wild card win over Qasim. Despite the subpar outputs, Aasim continues to win and that’s the only stat that matter at the end of the season.

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For Oak, no fantasy football magazines, attempts at sabotaging the commissioner’s laptop and season, trade cb’ing, and voodoo dolls could help him win the elusive BMuz Championship Trophy. Cue the outburst.

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#5 Chappaqua GOATs (9-4) defeated #4 Dublin #McNuggets (8-5)

The #McNuggets gave it their all, but could not overcome the beast that is Hasan Ali. The game was a lot closer than the final score (143.6-127.8) would have you believe and it took an exceptional performance from Kenneth Dixon to put Hasan Ali over the top. What’s incredible is that this was the #McNuggets highest scoring game of the year, while it was the GOATs 4th highest scoring game of the year.

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Ayman will move on to 2017 with his head held up high, having passed all of his exams (iA), and will try to win his third consecutive division title. Good season bud.

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Semifinal Previews

#1 Old Tappan J-E-T-S (10-3) vs. #5 Chappaqua GOATs (9-4)

  • ESPN Projection: GOATs by 8

For the second year in a row, the #5 seed GOATs are favored to take down the #1 seed J-E-T-S. Although they have been on the brink of elimination for the past two weeks until the final moments of their match ups, the GOATs are cruising along having won five straight while averaging 130+ ppg. The GOATs have simply crushed the competition this year, setting a new record for points in a regular season. The J-E-T-S will nonetheless try to take down The GOATs’ roster full of top 20 starters with Antonio Brown and their top 50 starters.

#2 Chicago 7-6ers (9-4) vs. #3 Mubarakstan University of Mubaraks (9-4)

  • ESPN Projection: 7-6ers by 5

Ace’s 7-6ers takes on an enigma of a team, Aasim’s Mubaraks, who will look to continue surprising the league. Both teams’ skill players face tough matchups, so we might see a low scoring game this weekend. Ace will look to avoid being sick for reasons other than being in Pakistan and should be able to reach his first BMuz championship game since 2010.

Draft Pick Standings

Team Current Draft Pick Original Draft Pick Change Playoff Points
Franklin Raekwons 1 1 0 11.7
Malden Cavaliers 2 2 0 11.3
Boston Baingans 3 3 0 10.9
Worcester Nation of Muazination 4 4 0 9.8
Lowell Panthers 5 5 0 9.4
Pepperell Patriots 6 6 0 9.1
New England Double Terriers 7 8 1 8
Lexington Mughals 8 9 1 7.6
Bloomfield Cowboys 9 7 -2 7.5
Chelmsford Charawalas 10 10 0 5.2
Post-Wild Card Weekend Original Pick Points Points Position Regular Season Losses Playoff Wins Total Points Draft Position
Franklin Raekwons 1 1190.9 8 11 0 11.7 1
Malden Cavaliers 2 1314.2 4 10 1 11.3 2
Boston Baingans 3 1146.8 10 9 1 10.9 3
Worcester Nation of Muazination 4 1183.1 9 9 0 9.8 4
Lowell Panthers 5 1303.2 5 9 0 9.4 5
Pepperell Patriots 6 1385.1 2 8 1 9.1 6
New England Double Terriers 8 1480.2 1 7 1 8.0 7
Lexington Mughals 9 1249.7 7 6 1 7.6 8
Bloomfield Cowboys 7 1284.9 6 7 0 7.5 9
Chelmsford Charawalas 10 1377.3 3 5 0 5.2 10

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