11 leagues this year. In my defense 5 of the 11 are Expert leagues and the remaining 6 are money leagues. One is the high stakes Fantasy Football Players Championship (www.theFFPC.com). Lets see how I did last week. Follow along by using the links to each league.
Money Leagues first ("Show me the money")
Fantasy Football Players Championship (www.theFFPC.com) Main Event League #58 "I may be dumb, but I'm not stupid" Win (6-1, improved to 2nd in total points)
FootballGuys Players Championship (FPC) League 09.07.10b Win (4-3, improved to 1st TP)
FootballGuys Players Championship (FPC) League 09.06.10j Loss (2-5, yet improved to 10th in TP)
National Fantasy Football Championship (NFFC) $125 Satellitte League Win (5-1-1, 2nd in TP)
NFFC Private Auction League Win (6-1, fell to 5th in TP)
Local League Loss (6-1, 1st in TP)
Money League Outcomes 4-2 (including a win in the $200,000 FFPC) (For the season 29-12-1)
Fantasy Sports Writers Association (FSWA) League/Division 3 "Jay Clemons" Win (4-3, improved to 1st TP)
Fantasy Football Index Magazine Expert Auction League (Draft Masters but play every team each week) Loss 1-10 (22-56), 12th place
Fantasy Football Pro Forecast Magazine Expert League Win (2-5, 12 TP)
Fantasy Football Pro Forecast Magazine Expert PPR League Win (4-3, 2nd TP)
Pros vs Joes FFPC League 2 "Caspers Ghost Hunters" (Draft Masters) Win (11-0 this week) Improved to 1st in points (and 2nd overall out of 96 teams)
Note the Draft Masters leagues are draft and forget with no trades/adds or drops. The computer optimizes your lineup each week. So it is essentially a draft and forget league with no options to correct for injuries or status changes.
Experts League Outcomes 4-1
Overall out of 11 leagues 8-3 (overall 45-31-1)
Conclusion: I have said it throughout my FF career. I play better in leagues where luck is less and more skill is utilized. I play better in leagues with PPR, flex players (2 better than 1) and where active management is required (i.e add/drops allowed and the owner has to set a lineup-as opposed to DraftMaster leagues where no lineup is submitted. Historically I do better where my skills can be used to add better players and I think I do a better job at start/sit decisions than most.
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