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Another season is almost upon us. Once again I'll offer up a Jubilee ticket to anyone who can make it through the whole season and a ticket to a show for whoever wins. Here is the week one slate:


















Nothing really jumping out at me so I'll go with the old standby and take the Steelers to beat the Browns


Good luck!

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9 hours ago, Dead duck said:

That may a record for week one eliminations. What the hell happens in a tie? 😂😆😂


I have been eliminated from this league in the past on a tie, so......

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The NFL’s most favored team took a dump on opening week. Don’t see that a lot. It wasn’t some 17 point spread though—think 9.5. All of the opening game spreads were under 1 score besides this one. The race is on to grab Fitzpatrick for your fantasy leagues. 



On that note we should set up an 8-team fantasy league with live draft. It would give me another league to suck in considering I lost Fournette and Delanie walker from my starting lineup week 1. Won’t be drafting those guys in a week 2 draft ;)

Pretty sure you have to pick a winner. A tie game means both sides lose. 

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Yep, ties are out. That was a tough week to pick. I'll post next week's games tomorrow unless someone wants to beat me to it.

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Stupid Aints.


Good luck to the few that remain.


On a brighter note, I received my Pacific Northwest box yesterday.


Praise DSO.

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Here is the week two schedule for those still alive:


















Good luck to those still alive

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