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For the playoffs and consolation, and mostly for Jeff blowing all his free agent money, here is a chance to win some money.

Vote on the winners of week 1 playoff games. There are only 2 games, so must pick both games right. Winners will receive $50FA .

All entries must be made as a comment to this post and be submitted by 9pm CST on Thursday, Nov 29, 2018 .

Week 11 Power Ranking

Playoff Run

Its Thursday of week 12 of the 2018 BFFL season. Thanksgiving Day. With 3 games on the schedule today, a sneak peak of the this week’s matchups is on display. And with those matchups, 5 teams are fighting for 2 wild card spots…

BFFL East – Miller Thrillers clinched
BFFL South – GOAT Clinched
BFFL North – Gator Domination Clinched and Clinched #1 Seed

Wild Card
Hold Me Back has clinched a playoff spot, 5 other teams are still in contention. There is a pretty good chance of going to tiebreaker to get in. There is even a chance that a 5-7 team makes the playoffs.

Hold Me Back – Clinched a wild card spot, seeding still to be determined.
Cole Boys – with win Cole Boys Clinch a playoff spot. With loss by Bangers, Maulers, and Vicious; Cole Boys can clinch
No Romo – clinch with a win. With a lose, No Romo can clinch with a loss by Bangers, Maulers, Cole Boys, and Vicious
Crain Bangers – to clinch, Bangers have to win and either No Romo or Cole Boys have to lose.
Morris Maulers –  Maulers can clinch with a win and needs 2 loses between Cole Boys, No Romo, and Crain Bangers.
Vicious – Vicious can clinch with a win and 3 loses by Crain Bangers, Cole Boys, No Romo, and Morris Maulers.

Playoff Scenario and Week 10 Power Rankings

2 games to go and no divisions are clinched yet…. This has been the closest ranked season in the recent BFFL history. There are only 3 out of 12 teams with a losing record and 8 teams still in divisional contention. Gator Domination officially, mathematically clinched a playoff berth with his win over Hold Me Back this week. No one else is officially in the playoffs, but many control their own destiny.

BFFL East Miller Thrillers and Cole Boys control their own destiny. If either team wins out, that team takes the division crown. A lot will be at stake this up coming week when they face off against each other. Thrillers could clinch the division with a win this week. If Cole Boys wins this week, Cole Boys would need to win or a Thrillers loss in week 12 to clinch.

BFFL North Technically Domination, Hold Me Back, and No Romo are still in divisional contention. Domination only needs to win one of their final 2 games to clinch. If Domination loses their last two, either Hold Me Back or No Romo can win the division by winning out and scoring 300 points more than Domination over the last 2 games. A tough task, but mathematically still possible.

BFFL South Another 3 team race in the South. Led by GOAT by 1 game, they control their own destiny. GOAT wins out and they win the South. Bangers are a game back in the South, but if they win out, including the week 12 matchup against GOAT, then Bangers win the South. If Maulers wins out, they would need Bangers to lose one of their final 2 games or outscore Bangers by 100 points to capture their first Division Title. If Bangers and Maulers win out, they would both be 7-5 and 4-2 in the division. The tiebreaker would then go to points scored. Bangers has a 100 point advantage on Maulers through the first 10 games.

Wild-Card The wild card still has many scenarios to play out before we can really look at who is in and out. Currently No Romo, Hold Me Back and Cole Boys lead the way, but there is a lot that can change this week..

Week 10 Power Rankings

Not a lot changed this week. Miller Thrillers rose a spot with their win this week and Hold Me Back dropped a spot with their loss. No Romo jumped both Maulers and Vicious with this weeks games.

Season Long Power Rankings 

This is a fun chart to look at, it is the weekly rankings from the entire season, including preseason. Crazy to see how quickly Beatdown dropped from that Preseason number 2 spot, then stayed at the bottom. The other big surprise was Hold Me Back’s #9 preseason rankings, but has remained inside the top 5 since week 4. Tough to do in your inaugural year of the BFFL. Other than Beatdown, Hold Me Back and Houston Havic, all the other preseason projections were somewhat close.

Week 9 Power Rankings

After 2 weeks of the Power Rankings show, presented by Giuseppe’s Cafe (via YouTube), we bring the Power Rankings back to the website.

The Week 9 Power Rankings brings the conclusion of trading period into the final stretch of the season. Divisional series start back up this week with each division still up for grabs. In the East, Thrillers are up a game on Cole Boys. South, Maulers and GOAT share the lead and are only a game up on Crain Bangers. North, Gator Domination are up a game on Hold Me Back with Vicious only another game back. Still a lot can happen. For the Wild Card standings, Hold Be Back are 2 games ahead. Vicious and GOAT lead the remainder of the Wild Card pictures due to Tie Breaker with No Romo.

Only a couple moves were made at the deadline and only one involving a pick. Gator Domination sent Golladay and a 2019 5th round pick to Bama Beatdown for Mike Evans. This trade gives Domination a solid Flex and gives Beatdown depth at WR for the Consolation Bracket and a premier pick to start the 2019 season. The other deadline trade, Crain Bangers sent Baker Mayfield, Josh Gordan, and Aaron Jones to Beatdown for Carson Wentz. This deal upgrades Bangers QB bye-week issues during divisional play and adds depth to Beatdown for Consolation Bracket. I think all 3 teams won at the deadline.

Now to Power Rankings. Not much have changed this week. Top 2 are still Gator Domination and GOAT. Hold Me Back jumps to the 3rd spot after the 108 whooping they did on Beatdown. Thrillers drops a spot to give way for Hold Me Back. Despite the 1 point victory in week 8 over (then) East Division frontrunner Cole Boys, No Romo drops 2 spots to number 8, while Maulers jumps two spots to number 6 following their 30 point victory over Domination.

A lot will change this week, just hold on and enjoy the ride.

2019 Future Draft Picks

TyRob Trifecta

The TyRob Trufecta… Its a big weekend for Ty, so to help pump up his weekend, we are gonna have a little FA$ challenge. Guess the winner of all 3 games and win $50FA .

1. Oxford at Gardendale

2. Georgia vs Florida

3. Cole boys at Gator Domination


Entry must be submitted by 8pm on Friday night..

Week 6 Power Rankings

Week 5 Power Rankings

Week 4 Power Rankings

MLB National League West..

With just a few games left in the 2018 MLB season, all divisions are determined except for one… National League West..

For $50FA, Who wins the division title?

Rockies are currently 0.5 games up on the Dodgers. Rockies have 4 games left and Dodgers have 3…

BFFL Fantasy Scorebook Pick’ems..

To have a little fun around the league, we are gonna try a little Vegas style $FA gambling within our league… Why not…

Rules: You can pick up to 3 games and gamble as low as $5FA and up to $50FA on the line set on Thursday. Win and you gain the amount you bet, lose and you lose the amount you bet, push and no money is added or subtracted.. You can NOT bet on your own team…

Lines for this week…

Bangers (-11) at Beatdown
No Romo (-5) at Maulers
Gator Domination (-39.5) at Varsity Blues
Cole Boys at Hold Me Back (-25.5)
Vicious (11) at Havoc
Thrillers at GOAT (-15.5)

To Play: respond to this post before 7p on Thursday night.
Respond with something like:
No Romo -5
Cole Boys +25.5
Thrillers +15.5

Week 3 Power Rankings

This is the 4th Poll of the year (preseason poll and 3 regular season weeks) and we have ourselves a new, 4th, top spot among the rankings. Week 3 Power Rankings welcome Gator Domination to the podium. Gator started 4th on the preseason poll. Took a hit in week 1’s loss and dropped to 7th. Regained some ground in week 2’s win and jumped to 3rd. A big win this week, scoring the second highest of the week, and jumped to number 1. As history has shown through the 3 previous polls, its a short stay at the top…

GOAT remains at the number 2 spot, maintaining their top ranked PPG at 181. Maulers take a small drop to 3rd after their first loss of the season this week, but remain a high percentage for the playoffs at 69%.

Miller Thrillers and Crain Bangers both jump up a spot after week 3 victories. Thrillers hold the 3rd best PPG mark at 163, Bangers PPG stays in the top 5 with 153ppg, but carry the #2 ROS Roster.

The Polls just do not like Cole Boys. After another win this week and starting 3-0, Cole Boys fall 2 spots to #6. Cole Boys have had a little luck in terms of divisional schedule and matchups, proven by thei 18-15 Overall Wins. Cole Boys also have the 11th ranked ROS Roster.

A little futher down the board, No Romo jumps up a spot to tie Bama Beatdown at #10. This week, Beatdown’s Playoff Odds are down to 16%, while Houston Havoc are down to #4.

Week 2 Rankings

Week 2 Rankings of the BFFL.

We have a new number 1… Morris Maulers jumps from #4 into the top spot with their 2-0 start and defeating week 1 top spot, GOAT by 4 points. Maulers have the 3rd best Playoff percentage at 80%.

Goat drop 1 spot to number 2, but still hold the best odds of making the playoffs, at 82%, and carry the highest scoring average of 177 points per game.

Rounding out the top 5, Varsity Blues jumps from #10 to #5 after scoring a Franchise Best 198 points in week 2, but still only carry a 30% chance of making the playoffs.

At Number 6, Thillers drop from being ranked #2 last week after only a 120pt performance and loss to Cole Boys.

The top winless team, Crain Bangers, come in at #7. At 0-2, Bangers still have a 56% odds of making the playoffs, mainly due to their #1 ranked Rest of Season Roster Rankings. Bangers opponents have scored a combined 370pts in the first 2 weeks, 80pt more than the league average of Points Against. But Bangers face off against another #1 ranked opponent in week 3, Morris Mauler, so look for Bangers PO odds to drop with the potential 0-3 start.

Despite a win this week, Bama Beatdown’s playoff odd dropped from 22% to 19%, proving that week 2’s win over the horrendous Houston Havoc 140-106 was a fluke and Beatdown still remain a horrible team.. Just Saying..

Weekly Rankings are calculated of data from ESPN’s league page and FantasyPro’s League Analyzer. That data is entered into the Analytics Spreadsheet and outputs the data for the new rankings. No personal data is entered after the preseason rankings. Weekly Rankings are calculated after 12 noon, on Wednesday. Any trades or free agent acquisitions after that point will not reflect that week’s roster data and rankings.

Week 1 Rankings

Like always, the preseason polls do not always prove to be accurate. And honestly, the polls from the first couple of weeks do not display enough sample size to process a true trend to rank Strength of Roster, Playoff Odds, ect..

For the sake of entertainment though, these rankings are fun to watch and fun to process. Even more fun for shit talking..

Preseason Rankings:
1. Miller Thrillers
2. Bama Beatdown
4. Gator Domination
5. Crain Bangers
6. Houston Havoc
7. No Romo
8. Vicious
9. Hold Me Back
10. Morris Maulers
11. Varsity Blues
12. Cole Boys

The preseason rankings take many things into consideration: all of the owner preseason ranking submissions, FantasyPro’s League Analyzer, and FantasyGuru’s League Analytics Spreadsheet. From there, every week’s data from ESPN’s league page and FantasyPro’s League Analyzer is entered into the Analytics Spreadsheet and outputs the data for the new rankings. No personal data is entered after the preseason rankings.

Here is Week 1 Rankings:


Wow, what a difference a week makes….

Notably, how far returning BFFL Champion Bama Beatdown fell. From Preseason ranked #2 to week 1 ranked #9. In Week 1, scoring 155 points, Beatdown ranks in at #5 in points per game and currently projects to have a 7-4 season would have thought to keep Beatdown higher in the rankings. But after the week 1 lose, trade to send Rivers/Allen away, and the uncertainty of number 1 overall pick Le’Veon Bell, Beatdowns Playoff Odds dropped to league worst, 22%. Not to mention Rest Of Season Roster ranks dead last. Beatdown is gonna need some additional moves and some luck to dig out of this hole.

Miller Thrillers are primed for another successful year. Kicking the season off 1-0 behind the top preseason rankings and a league-best 192 points. A 74% chance to make the playoffs, Thrillers have arguably the easiest schedule in the league, is predicted to go undefeated. With a ROS Roster ranking of #8, Thriller will lean heavily on matchups to look for another division championship

Alabama Opening Day QB’s

Whether you are an Alabama Crimson Tide fan or not, the Tide’s QB battle has been on the nations highest touted competition entering the 2018 season.

Who will be Bama’s QB?

Jalen Hurts, a true Junior and 2 year starter with an impressive 26-2 record as the starter . Hurts was the 2016 SEC Offensive Player of the Year, SEC Freshman of the Year, and 1st Team All-SEC..

Tua Tugavailoa, came off the bench, as a true freshman, at halftime of the National Championship Game and led the Tide to a Come-from-behind victory and National Championship .

4 part trivia. $25FA for correctly answering each part.

1: Who Starts Louisville game?

2: Who Starts the first offensive drive of the 4th quarter.

3. Who is considered the winning/losing QB of the game .

4. Who is named starting QB for the 4th regular season game against Texas A&M .

All entries must be in by 12pm CST.

2018 Preseason Rankings

2018 preseason rankings posted by team owners.

2017, Week 5 Power Rankings



Week 4 was an exciting week and left us with a bit of a shake up among the top 5. There were 2 undefeated teams going into week 4, both lost, leaving us with 6, 3-1 teams..

Vicious had controlled the top ranking for the prior 3 weeks, but another lose this week, dropped them down to the #4 spot. Sitting at 2-2, they are still a favorite to win the BFFL East and potential get a first round bye. Vicious are still ranked #1 in PPG and ROS Roster, plus the East are proving to be a bit weaker than early season rankings had projected.

The new number 1 in the Power Rankings are Crain Bangers. Bangers started the season as the #4 preaseason team, but after the week 1 loss to Ice Vipers, Bangers dropped all the way down the #12 spot. Now on a 3 game winning streak, Bangers jumped from the #6 position last week to the top spot for week 5. Bangers increased their playoff odds to 83% and jumped to 5th in PPG. Bangers retain the #2 ROS roster, but compete in the always tough BFFL South, so there is sure to be more moving around to come.

Finishing out the top 5. Havoc jumped one spot from #3 to #2 after their victory and Miller Thrillers loss. No Romo jump up from #7 to #3. Bama Beatdown get back into the top 5 after starting the season 1-2. Beatdown started the season as the number 1 team in the BFFL, but after the injury to David Johnson, Beatdown took a 2 game loss and dropped down as low as #8 in week 4. Back to .500, Beatdown are ranked #3 in PPG and ROS Roster, so they are not out of playoff contention yet. Broke Shoulders still lead the BFFL North by 1 game, but week 4 loss is the beginning of the end for Shoulders reign of the division. Look for a few more losses by Shoulders and for Thrillers and Beatdown to take the division back over.

Other division races:

The BFFL West is a tie at 1st with Havoc and Cole Boys and Domination just a game back. Havoc has been the strongest team with their #2 PPG rankings, but they rely heavily on strong QB play. Do not count out Domination to sneak back into the top spot. Domination own the #4 ROS Roster and are a win or 2 away from being in the top 5 Power Rankings.

BFFL South is a 3-way tie between Bangers, Vipers and No Romo. Each team owns a loss to each other. Bangers and Romo are both ranked in the top 3 Power Rankings, while Vipers are sitting at #10. Vipers made a few moves this week to increase consitancy, but are still ranked #12 in ROS Roster.

BFFL East is also a 3-team race. Vicious, Varsity Blues and Killswitch all lost in week 4 and are tied at the top spot at 2-2. Vicious is the early favorite to win the division, but the loss of Dalvin Cook will knock off a few points per game, which could be the difference in the division.

2017, Week 4 Power Rankings



Not a lot of big movers at the top, Vicious and Thrillers maintain their top 2 spots, but build strength over the week. Vicious jumped 10 points in his PPG, and shaved .50 of their Power Rank Score. Vicious also increased their playoff odds from 67% to 73%. Thrillers trade acquisitions of adding Demarius Thomas and Crowell jumped Thriller ROS from 3rd to 2nd. Thrillers are 32-13 against the field, which is 3rd stongest in the league.

Houston Havoc, who have started 3-0, jump 3 spots to number 3 and increased PO Odds from 62% to 84%, but only gain 1 spot, from 14th to 13th in ROS Roster, could make for a rough October.

Broke Shoulders, the other undefeated, jumps from #9 to #4 and still only have a 51% chance of making the playoffs. Although that is up from 30% last week. It is not a done deal from Shoulders, they are ranked second worst in ROS Roster.

Bama Beatdown was the big loser this week, dropping from #3 to #8, decreasing playoff odds from 61% to 32%. Although they still have the #4 ROS Roster, a favorable non-divisional schedule could help get Beatdown back on track for a wild card bid. Opponents over the next 5 weeks have a combined 6-9 record.

Miami Magic is still nearly last in every statistical category. They are almost certain to not even make the Consolation Bracket. Although they are ranked #15 in PPG, their last place ROS Roster, puts them at a 1% chance to make the playoffs, down from 2% prior to week 4.

2017, Week 3 Power Ranking


Coming off of the 2nd week of the season, balanced a few things out for the BFFL. Injuries, waiver-wire pick ups, and trades have changed the landscape of the league. Added to the equation is a few players that have accelerated their stock and the fact that Tampa Bay and Miami did not get to play in week one.

The top ranked team is Vicious, whom were also ranked number 1 after week one. Bama Beatdown were the preseason top team, but the loss of David Johnson bumped the projections down trememdously. Vicious not only have the most points score through the first two weeks, they also have the top ROS Roster (rest of season). Don’t let the 1-1 record fool you, They would have beat 21 out of the other possible 30 matchups. Vicious has the highest chance of a playoff birth at 67%.

Coming in at number 2 is Miller Thrillers. A perennial contender, Thrillers continue to make moves to justify their relevance. Thrillers made a huge jump this week in ROS Roster with the addition of top 20 player Demarius Thomas. Averaging 143 ppg gives Thrillers a strong team to work with. The move increased Thiller playoff birth odds from 54% to 62%.

Number 3, Beatdown are still holding their on with key losses.

Number 4 and 5, No Romo and Varsity Blues, have a bit of a surprise start at 2-0. Not seen as strong roster to start the season, they both managed to pull of wins to take control of their division. Varsity Blues actually finished of the first two weeks with the best record against the field, going 22-8.

The rest of the top 10 are pretty straightforward. Houston Havoc at number 6 are tied with the 2nd highest odds of playoffs at 62%. Broke Shoulders, who have started the year off 2-0, falls in at number 9 in power rankings largely due to a poor ROS roster and the fact that they share a division with Miller Thrillers and Bama Beatdown. Don’t let the 2-0 start fool you, Shoulders could be in for a rough season.

Outside the top 10, there are 3 teams that could put up a hard fight. Number 11 Ice Vipers and their 1-1 record have the #5 ROS but are currently only averaging 92 ppg and just lost top TE Olsen. Vipers also were only 3-27 against the field over the first 2 weeks. Gronky Kong and and Assassins at 0-2, could still be a potential contender. Gronky is averaging a whopping 138 ppg, but have the #12 ROS and played 22-8 against the field, the best outside the top 5. Assassins at 0-2 have the #7 ROS. Although the East is always up for grabs, the improvement of Vicious and front runner Varsity Blues are gonna make it tough.