Week 2 Fantasy Football Results

 

“Let me tell you something you already know. The world ain’t all sunshine and rainbows. It is a very mean and nasty place and I don’t care how tough you are, it will beat you to your knees and keep you there permanently if you let it. You, me, or nobody is gonna hit as hard as life. But it ain’t about how hard you hit; it’s about how hard you can get hit, and keep moving forward. . It’s How much you can take, and keep moving forward. That’s how winning is done!”

I love that line from Rocky. You can give everything you got, but sometimes you are going to come up short. Sometimes you are going to get knocked down. You can’t control if you get knocked down, but you can always control if you get back up.

I got hit hard in week 2. Out of my eight teams on ESPN, I lost every single game. I went 0-8 and it feels awful. I look at my teams and on paper, they should be studs. Sure my team were all the players have the same bye week probably isn’t going to make the playoffs, but I have some good guys on their who should get me to a 500 record. Things aren’t clicking right now, but when you get beat, you can’t blame anyone but yourself. If you get your butt kicked, you go back to the drawing board and figure out what you are going to do to not let it happen again. I am hitting the waiver wire hard and sending out some trades this week. I went 0-4 last year in my big money league, and then I started on an incredible run that got me into the playoffs where I ended up finishing fourth. I did my research throughout the summer and feel that I drafted the best team I could at each position I had, but sometimes you just need to do a little tweaking. To help my playoff run last year, I picked up Justin Blackmon, Knowshon Moreno, and Kaepernick which helped my team out greatly. I am going to look for these type of gems to help bolster my team back to life.

The bad thing about week 2 is that I got absolutely destroyed and it makes me went to rock myself to sleep crying in the corner of a room. The good thing is that it can’t get any worse. I can’t loose anymore games then every single one in a week, so I got that out of the way. Here are how each of my strategies turned out.

Looking to come back to life in week 3. Hope you had a better week than me.

C.J.

94 Point Draft Strategy Week 2: 0-3

 

QB Tom Brady, NE QB W 13-10 11
RB Ray Rice, Bal RB  Q W 14-6 1
RB Stevan Ridley, NE RB W 13-10 4
RB/WR Maurice Jones-Drew, Jac RB  Q L 9-19 2
WR Vincent Jackson, TB WR L 14-16 7
WR Marques Colston, NO WR W 16-14 6
TE Kellen Winslow, NYJ TE L 10-13 2
LB DeMarcus Ware, Dal LB, DE  Q L 16-17 4
DL Rob Ninkovich, NE LB, DE W 13-10 7
DB Barry Church, Dal S L 16-17 7
D/ST Broncos D/ST D/ST W 41-23 14
K Sebastian Janikowski, Oak K  P W 19-9 13
Lost: 73-108
QB Andrew Luck, Ind QB L 20-24 17
RB Adrian Peterson, Min RB L 30-31 8
RB Maurice Jones-Drew, Jac RB  Q L 9-19 2
WR Steve Smith, Car WR L 23-24 5
WR Tavon Austin, StL WR L 24-31 16
TE Jimmy Graham, NO TE W 16-14 23
FLEX DeMarco Murray, Dal RB L 16-17 6
D/ST Rams D/ST D/ST L 24-31 0
K Steven Hauschka, Sea K W 29-3 9
Lost: 86-119
QB Terrelle Pryor, Oak QB W 19-9 10
RB C.J. Spiller, Buf RB W 24-23 12
RB Alfred Morris, Wsh RB L 20-38 11
WR Vincent Jackson, TB WR L 14-16 7
WR Tavon Austin, StL WR L 24-31 16
TE Jared Cook, StL TE L 24-31 1
FLEX Darren Sproles, NO RB W 16-14 5
D/ST Packers D/ST D/ST W 38-20 0
K Dan Bailey, Dal K L 16-17 14
Lost: 76-92
All Bye Week Team Week 2: Lost
QB Matt Schaub, Hou QB W 30-24 19
RB Ray Rice, Bal RB  Q W 14-6 1
RB Matt Forte, Chi RB W 31-30 14
WR Torrey Smith, Bal WR W 14-6 8
WR T.Y. Hilton, Ind WR L 20-24 12
TE Owen Daniels, Hou TE W 30-24 8
FLEX Chris Johnson, Ten RB L 24-30 9
D/ST Ravens D/ST D/ST W 14-6 11
K Randy Bullock, Hou K W 30-24 -1
Lost: 81-95
Two Wide Receivers Same Team Strategy Week 2: 0-3
QB Russell Wilson, Sea QB W 29-3 10
RB C.J. Spiller, Buf RB W 24-23 12
RB Reggie Bush, Det RB  Q L 21-25 6
WR Demaryius Thomas, Den WR W 41-23 5
WR Wes Welker, Den WR W 41-23 9
TE Kellen Winslow, NYJ TE L 10-13 1
FLEX Tavon Austin, StL WR L 24-31 16
D/ST Ravens D/ST D/ST W 14-6 11
K Steven Hauschka, Sea K W 29-3 9
Lost 79-90
QB Andrew Luck, Ind QB L 20-24 17
RB Adrian Peterson, Min RB L 30-31 8
RB David Wilson, NYG RB L 23-41 1
WR Randall Cobb, GB WR W 38-20 18
WR Golden Tate, Sea WR W 29-3 1
TE Jordan Cameron, Cle TE L 6-14 9
FLEX Reggie Bush, Det RB  Q L 21-25 6
D/ST Packers D/ST D/ST W 38-20 0
K Mike Nugent, Cin K W 20-10 9
Lost: 69-92
*For this game I did not play James Jones, but I would have still lost the game even if I did. Having two players on the same team does not mean that I have to start both. The concept is to see if the players cut into each others values too much or if they compliment each other.*
QB Andrew Luck, Ind QB L 20-24 17
RB Adrian Peterson, Min RB L 30-31 8
RB Reggie Bush, Det RB  Q L 21-25 6
WR Julio Jones, Atl WR  P W 31-24 24
WR Harry Douglas, Atl WR W 31-24 4
TE Kellen Winslow, NYJ TE L 10-13 1
FLEX Kenbrell Thompkins, NE WR W 13-10 4
D/ST Bengals D/ST D/ST W 20-10 11
K Steven Hauschka, Sea K W 29-3 9
Lost: 84-98
Quarterback First Round Strategy Week 2: Lost
QB Drew Brees, NO QB W 16-14 12
RB Trent Richardson, Cle RB L 6-14 7
RB Maurice Jones-Drew, Jac RB  Q L 9-19 2
WR Steve Smith, Car WR L 23-24 5
WR Torrey Smith, Bal WR W 14-6 8
TE Jordan Cameron, Cle TE L 6-14 9
FLEX Reggie Bush, Det RB  Q L 21-25 6
D/ST Bengals D/ST D/ST W 20-10 11
K Greg Zuerlein, StL K L 24-31 6
Lost: 66-82
Season Results
94 Point Strategy- 0-6
All Bye Week Team 0-2
Two Wide Receivers Same Team-2-4
QB First Round Strategy- 1-1
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