Week 9 Recap / Week 10 Predictions

Week 9 Predictions Recap

Predicted Winner Predicted Loser Actual
BMuz Game of the Week
Old Tappan J-E-T-S Boston Baingans Old Tappan J-E-T-S
Remaining Games
Bloomfield Cowboys Pepperell Patriots Pepperell Patriots
Chappaqua GOATs Dublin #McNuggets Dublin #McNuggets
Lowell Panthers Lexington Mughals Lexington Mughals
Boston OakTrees Chicago 7-6ers Boston OakTrees
Malden Cavaliers Waco White Walkers Malden Cavaliers
New England Double Terriers Chelmsford Charawalas New England Double Terriers
Mubarakstan UoMs Franklin Raekwons Mubarakstan UoMs
Week 9 Record 5-3 (0.625)
2017 Record 43-29 (0.597)

Week 9 Recap

BMuz Game of the Week

Old Tappan J-E-T-S (9-0) defeated Boston Baingans (6-3)

No Antonio, no problem…the J-E-T-S became the first BMuz team to start a season 9-0 with a win over the Tom Division-leading Boston Baingains.  They also became the first team to clinch a playoff spot this year although they almost had their second consecutive sub-100 point performance. The Baingains had Lev Bell and the Gronk on a bye this week, but the future looks bright as Bell and Gronk are set to return while Rushell Wilshon and Marqise Lee continue to play well.


Remaining Games

Pepperell Patriots (4-5) defeated Bloomfield Cowboys (5-4)

I’m not sure what was more stunning, Tyreek Hill’s “hail mary” catch and run or the Pepperell Patriots taking down the Bloomfield Cowboys. The Patriots got steady performances from his studs (Brees, Mixon, Hill), while Zeke’s 16 points were not enough to lift a Cowboys team that was down Tom Brady and Brandin Cooks.


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

For the third straight week, the defending champion, GOATs, were under 100 points and lost. The Dublin #McNuggets stayed in the playoff hunt in a must-win for their team. Meanwhile, the GOATs have officially packed up on the 2017 FF season, shipping out team cornerstone, AJ Green, this week. Seems we will not have our first ever three-peat this season.


Lexington Mughals (3-6) defeated Lowell Panthers (2-7)

After a rough start to the season, have the Mughals finally turned it around? The Mughals put up their second straight 110+ point performance, going off for an impressive 132.5 points. After all those trades, they might finally have their best top-to-bottom lineup of the year. The Mughals hold the keys to their destiny, as they most likely must win out in order to make the playoffs.


Boston OakTrees (6-3) defeated Chicago 7-6ers (7-2)

The OakTrees were not caught looking ahead to their Week 10 Super Bowl, as they took steps towards getting the #2 seed and a potential first-round bye. The always generous Ace saw his former 7-6er players (Ginn, Demaryius, and Graham) put up a combined 36.2 points and was left starting the like of Ryan Grant and Ryan Griffin. All of Oak’s trades have thus far been hits as he gears up for another playoff run.


Malden Cavaliers (5-4) defeated Waco White Walkers (2-7)

Ebad continues to stay in the thick of the BMuz playoff race, moving to 5-4 on the year. While his latest trade for Desean Jackson didn’t pan out for him this week, Jackson may prove to be valuable with Ryan Fitzpatrick taking over at QB in Tampa Bay. If Tyrod can develop a rapport with Kelvin Benjamin, Ebad could, somehow, have a strong WR corp of Robby Anderson, Kelvin Benjamin, Desean Jackson, and Robert Woods for the ROS.


New England Double Terriers (2-7) defeated Chelmsford Charawalas (3-6)

Did you know that TY Hilton is the #4 WR in FF this year although he has scored <6 points in six of nine games this season? He led the way for the Double Terriers as they got their second win of the season over the bye-pocalypsed Charawalas. Both teams have fallen out of contention for the season, but are aggressively making plans for next year.


Mubarakstan UoMs (4-5) defeated Franklin Raekwons (4-5)

The Mubarakstan Saints are firing on all cylinders as they make a push for the playoffs. They received steady performances from their entire roster and had a couple breakout games from Marvin Jones, Damien Williams, and the Saints D/ST (great call). It’s been a tale of two teams for the UoMs this year, as they’ve averaged 127.4 points in their four wins and 87 points in their five losses. Meanwhile, the Raekwons continue to reel, having lost four of five after starting the season 3-0 and failing to score over 100 points in any of those five games.


Week 10 Predictions

Predicted Winner Predicted Loser
BMuz Game of the Week
Boston OakTrees Old Tappan J-E-T-S
Remaining Games
Chicago 7-6ers Chappaqua GOATs
Lexington Mughals New England Double Terriers
Lowell Panthers Franklin Raekwons
Boston Baingans Malden Cavaliers
Bloomfield Cowboys Mubarakstan UoMs
Pepperell Patriots Chelmsford Charawalas
Waco White Walkers Dublin #McNuggets

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