Here's our Week 1 scores.
If you're not especially familiar with who some of these people are, that's probably to be expected. Given the relative low turnout a day before the Packers-Bears game, I put an advertisement out on Twitter to try and get more people to participate, and it seems a number of people joined in. One of the newcomers, BTM, is another diehard Packers fan, so it seems Rol will have some company to be delusional about the results of one game with.
That said I have no idea who ROB Side B Attack is, although the name made me laugh enough to keep his 0-16 results around.
There weren't too many upsets this week: the Browns self destructing at the end against the Titans was the only major surprise, it seems. The people with more than 2 or 3 losses largely lost out on toss up games. Lions and Cards playing to a tie also handed everyone an extra loss. Dammit Matt Patricia. We were close to another big upset with the Texans almost knocking off the Saints, but for some reason Romeo Crennel thought it was a fantastic idea to play prevent defense when the Saints were clearly running a play to just try and pick up a few extra yards for a field goal attempt. If I'm Deshaun Watson, I'm livid over how many times my defense has fucked up my late game heroics now.
That said, I'm not Deshaun Watson. I'm a guy running a prediction league, so here is Week 2's slate of games. I'll also link back to Week 1's results here: Everything's been copied over from an imported spreadsheet so there shouldn't be any chance of mistake, but just in case, I encourage everyone to double check my work and make sure there are no errors.
As a final note, I'm just bringing over the same tiebreaking system (PP) from last season. I think everyone who actually bothers to check this thread is pretty familiar with it, but if not, feel free to ask.Last edited by MTZehvor - on 10 September 2019