Here are the standings after 2018 Week 13, end of the regular season.Continue reading “2018 Final Regular Season Standings”
The matchup is set for Fantasy Bowl XXV. The 25th consecutive championship game in our fantasy league will feature the #1 seed MassIll Mud facing off against the #4 seed Dallas Armadillos.
MassIll owner Ronnie Feldman — who was able to choose his opponent between Miami and Dallas for Week 15 — chose wisely. The Mud won a tight 50-46 contest over the Miami Muffdivers. Both teams fell short of their projected scores, but the Mud advance and improve their record to a league-best 12-1 going into the final.
Dallas improves to 10-4 and confidently advances to the final with a 80-49 win over second-seeded New Chester. The Thorobreds fell far short of their projected scored (68) while Dallas easily exceeded their projection (62). Dallas’ 80 points ties the team’s 3rd-highest single week score of the season. (Dallas also notably extends it’s lead in the overall points race, which was 1 point over NCT coming into this week.)
The Mud makes their first trip to the championship game in 12 years, and 4th overall trip to the Fantasy Bowl. They have a 1-2 record in previous appearances. The Graynbald Mud won Fantasy Bowl VII in 1998, and lost title games in both 2002 and 2004.
Dallas is making it’s 3rd trip to the Fantasy Bowl — all within the past 4 seasons. Dallas lost the title game in 2013, but returned and won Fantasy Bowl XXIII in 2014.
2016 Full Draft
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Regular draft order is defined in section 5.2 of the league rules. The following is the regular draft order, which will apply to all picks with the exception of picks 1-8, which will be determined by lottery.
- NCT Thorobreds
- RIB Raptors
- MIA Muffdivers
- FFL Froglickers
- MIM Mud
- BOS Wildcats
- KEY Longfellows
- OCD Beach Dudes
- PHI Griffins
- MER Mustangs
- HVV Violence
- BOB Big Bang
- DAL Armadillos
- SYR Blizzard
Boston did not repeat as Fantasy Bowl champions, but the Wildcats will bring home a trophy in the 2011 season: points champions. Boston held on to finish 16 points ahead of Dallas. The Wildcats finish with 1,057 points, and the Armadillos finish 2nd with 1,041 points. Boston held the top points spot for 15 weeks this season (all but weeks 1 and 10).
Philadelphia maintains it’s streak of finishing in the money EVERY season, now 20 years and counting. The Griffins win high points for non-playoff teams, finishing with 1,002. It’s only the second time in league history that 3 teams have finished above 1,000 points in the same season. (In 2002, KEY had 1,032; the Griffins had 1,010; and the Mud had 1,002.)
The highest scoring team of week 17 also edged into the money: the Froglickers win 2nd overall points of non-playoff teams. FFL edges Mercer by 3 points for the final award. FFL scored 94 points to finish with 938 points, while MER scored 82 to finish at 935.
Total Points 2011 Season:
- Boston 1,057
- Dallas 1,041
- Philadelphia 1,002
- Happy Valley 983
- Syracuse 981
- Frelinghuysen 938
- Mercer 935
- MassIll 872
- Orange County 861
- Oregon 853
- Miami 786
- Keystone 745
- Richburgh 694
- New Chester 689
New Chester’s 689 points is the highest score ever for a team finishing last in points.
2011 Final Minimum Payouts:
- Boston – 4th playoffs ($225), 1st points ($230) = total $455
- Dallas – 3rd playoffs ($250), 2nd points ($200) = total $450
- Syracuse – 1st playoffs = total $400
- Happy Valley – 2nd playoffs = total $275
- Philadelphia – 1st consolation points = total $175
- Frelinghuysen – 2nd consolation points = $160
Points as a starter: