I wasn’t able to watch the Bears game this week, as I was @ my niece’s birthday party (in WI, ugh!) I’m glad that they kept pace on the Pack, but it sounds as though it was a second-half effort. We face a Pats team that just steamrolled their division rivals this week, and I’m hoping that traveling on a short week affects them. On to imaginary news:
Riczaj v. Boocheeman
Riczaj had a tough week, as Miami sold out to stop Peyton Hillis, and the Bears relied on their running
Odd weekend w/ DaBears playing on Thursday night. Happily, the shutout really helped my fantasy team! Bear Down, Boys!
We had a tie this week, which is something I’ve never seen in a league w/ fractional points. It allowed Pitbull to keep his overall lead by ½ a game.
American Pitbull v. Globe Of Frogs
As I mentioned, this game ended in an exact tie. Vick didn’t put up the huge line that he has the past couple of weeks, and Globe needed Philip Rivers and Nate
Week 10! Da Bears stepped up with a solid performance in all 3 phases of the game to put the Vikings (and old man Favre) to bed for the 2010 season! Bear Down, boys! Well Done! Here’s what happened in imagination land!
Nick v. Riczaj
With 3 guys on IR, and 2 on bye, Nick couldn’t expect much scoring. Eli put up 22, Fitzy put up 11, and Nicks did 8. Riczaj led the way with Frank Gore (21), and Josh Freeman, Peyton Hillis, Kellen Winslow, and Philly’s D all broke double digits.
After much huffing and wheelslip, the Bears get back on track w/ a win over Buffalo in Toronto. Izzy returns to his home country! Big weekend in fantasy, here’s the details!
Hammer of the Gods v. Nick
Nick continues to roll with his week 1 line-up, IR be damned. He’s down to only 4 stud scorers, Eli, Hakim, Fitzgerald, and Turner…but they are serving him well. He just beat our #1 drafter (CJ2K on bye), and rolls to 5-4. Brandon Jackson was a good plug-n-play for Hammer,
Bears bye, I was in the St. Louis area, and I was forced to watch the Rams-Panthers game.
Hammer v. BearfanMike
BFM’s highest scorer was his kicker, but he got solid production all around for the win. Hammer was hurt by small lines from KLee Evans, Roy Williams, and Vernon Davis.
Globe of Frogs v. Nick
Nick seems content with letting his drafted team stand, regardless of IR or byes. Globe of Frogs gets the win, easily, if somewhat