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OCT. 22, 2016
Nearly half way through the regular season and well, I'm still at a loss as to who the favorites to reach the playoffs may be. Heine Lover took his 0-3 start and completely turned it around to a .500 record, the entire Beer division is at .500 or better, and only one team in the entire league is really in trouble at this point. Miller Lite Time just came back from having the lowest score of week 5 by putting up a league high score in week 6. Let's see if week 7 can shed a little more light on how things will unfold.
OCT. 15, 2016
Well, things haven't exactly slowed down just yet so it's another short update. The Beer division is an extremely tight race up to this point as you can see from the standings to the left. Miller Lite Time still leads the power rankings and seemed poised to run away with the division lead but his dismal performance in week 5 brought his team crashing down to earth after posting the worst score of the week. The Cheese division does have a clear leader in newcomer Team Hails at 4-1 but it is still early in the season so plenty of change is most likely in store. For interdivisional play, the Beer division holds a 4-1 edge thus far.
OCT. 8, 2016
Sorry for the lack of attention here but I haven't had much time. The missus slipped and fell and tore her hamstring so I've been busy watching Indigo and driving them around to appointments the past two weeks. Things should start getting back to normal soon though.
SEPT. 21, 2016
Two weeks in and well, it's too early to say much. The injury bug did rear it's ugly head this week though, and a few teams are left scrambling to fill the vacancies. Last week saw MaxAttack lose elite wideout Keenan Allen for the year. This week saw Punt Fumblers lose RB Danny Woodhead who was expected to see a huge number of receptions this year. Adrian Peterson and Arian Foster also went down so running backs will be at a premium this week. We'll see if any waiver wire pick ups can pick up the slack.
SEPT. 14, 2016
Week one is in the books and what a week of upsets! Following the ESPN predictions, only one team made good on their forecasted win. Most teams scored above the usual league average of around 115 points so all in all it wasn't a bad week for anybody except Team Schultz and Heine Lover who really struggled. MaxAttack was also the unfortunate victim of the first season ending injury to elite WR Keenan Allen nonetheless. This could be a big blow to the Attack if a suitable replacement cannot be found. Also, kudos to our new league member Team Hails with a dominant win in her first career Schlitz Blitz game. Narrowly missing the 150-point mark, Team Hails came out of the gate like a rocket!