Magill FFL: Omeda Takes the Lead
By Ken Magill
Oh My, Omeda!
Omeda has won its last three games, putting it in sole possession of first place in the Magill Report Fantasy Football league with a record of 5-1.
Omeda stomped last year’s champion, Epsilon, 187.76 to 101.04. What is more, Omeda would have beaten any of the other teams in the league this week.
The loss left Epsilon with a record of 1-5. Things are starting to look dire for last year’s juggernaut.
Meanwhile, the Net Atlantic Storm posted this week’s second-highest score, beating Message Systems’ MS Destroyers 178.44 to 144.82.
Net Atlantic is currently ranked second in the league with a record of 4-2.
Message Systems’ record is 2-4.
Return Path’s RP SPAM ASSASSINS handed Fluent’s Fluent in Kicking @ss its third loss in a row, winning by a score of 171.72 to 141.6.
Inexplicably, Fluent started Detroit wide receiver Calvin Johnson who is injured and hasn’t produced in three weeks. You know Johnson is hurt, right, Fluent?
Return Path’s record is 4-2. Fluent’s is 3-3.
Living Social got its second win of the season, beating eDataSource’s End-zone Espionage—managed by a guy from Canada, the country with the most dumbassed anti-spam law in the world—131.02 to 98.
Both teams have records of 2-4.
The FreshAddress @men—a team managed by a guy who will probably always be a little pissed at me for refusing to run a live draft—got their fourth win of the season, beating the TowerData Validators 132.32 to 106.8.
TowerData’s recors is 1-5.
And for the fourth week in a row, Responsys’ I Have No Responsys found a Responsys, beating demandware 156.58 to 117.94.
Responsys opened the season losing its first two and since has clawed its way up to be ranked No. 3 in the league.
PL Marketing’s Orchard Lake United handed Team Yesmail its second loss of the season in a squeaker, beating it 146.14 to 140.56.
Both teams’ records are 4-2.
If there is anything to be learned so far this season, it’s that previous seasons’ performances have no bearing on the present.
Last year’s powerhouses can easily be this year’s doormats and vice versa.
No one is out of it yet, though. Some just have bigger holes to dig out of than others.