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OH-KY-IN Fantasy Football League Update
Updated January 14th
Well, we are into the post-season for the NFL, and that means the 2012 OH-KY-IN Fantasy Football League has come to a close.
There were some interesting weeks (like when I played Ben Roethlisberger and he was injured), and some not-so-interesting weeks (like when the flu season hit and I completely forgot about playing Fantasy Football). For that, I apologize.
However...here are the results:
N8QQ 123 points vs. KA3MTT 128 points
Hammerheads (KD8JDF) 72 points vs. Flying Electrons (K4BRI) 113 points
Then in the "Super Bowl," K4BRI whooped up on KA3MTT, 142 to 61.
Well, the 2012 OH-KY-IN Fantasy Football League season is underway!
We have 4 teams this year who will be competing for a Super Bowl ring. OK...not
The HAMmerheads - coached by Paul Jordan, KD8JDF. Paul's team came out of
training camp looking better than ever with quarterback Eli Manning at the
The Flying Electrons - coached by Brian DeYoung, K4BRI. The Electrons will
certainly be flying around the field this year with the Pittsburgh Defense
which sports none other than Troy Polamalu - the best safety in the league. He took that Defense on purpose, too, hi hi.
Team N8QQ - coached by Brad McConahay, N8QQ. Coach McConahay really ended
up listening to the analysts - Robert Griffin III is the quarterback who
backs up Tom Brady. Those are 2 gunslingers who can get it done not only on
the field, but also with the media.
Team KA3MTT (I know...original team name) - is coached by myself. I decided
to draft Drew Brees for the quarterback, but then went with my hometown fave
with number 7, Big Ben Roethlisberger. As much as it pained me to take AJ
Green, I believe he has the skills to get the job done.
I'll send some updates throughout the season.
Let's hope for another Lombardi in Pittsburgh... Lombardi Trophy, that is. (Let's not. - Webgeezer)