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Magill FFL: Undefeateds Down to Three

09/25/12

By Ken Magill

We’re just three weeks into the season and just three teams are undefeated: Movable Ink’s Inkredibles, PL Marketing’s Lakeland Hawks and the eWayDirect Avengers.

The Inkredibles beat e-Dialog’s e-D’s TD 93.82 to 69.98, leaving the Inkredibles tied for the Division 2 lead with the Avengers at 3-0.

First-season champion e-Dialog’s loss put its record at 1-2.

The Avengers handed the TowerData Validators their first loss of the season, beating them 91.08 to 87.22.

The Hawks beat the Return Path GOLIATHS 104.9 to 95.74, putting Return Path’s record at 1-2.

The Hawks now lead Division 1 with a record of 3-0.

And from the smart-move-why-didn’t-you-start-him file comes news that the Marketfish Sharks had the foresight to pick up Giants backup running back Andre Brown, who filled in this week for an injured Ahmad Bradshaw.

Brown had a great game, putting up 31 fantasy points. However, the Sharks didn’t start him, making him a fantastic short-term addition to their bench.

Turns out, though, the Sharks didn’t need Brown. They beat the can’t-catch-a-break NetAtlantic TidalWave 140.76 to 124.02, putting the Sharks record at 2-1 and the TidalWave’s at 0-3.

Note to NetAtlantic: I feel your pain. It’s one thing to get you rear end kicked. It’s quite another to score the second-highest point total of the week but just happen to go up against the team that scored the highest.

What’d you do to make god mad?

The Sharks sit alone atop Division 3 with a record of 2-1, one game ahead of everyone else in that division.

Meanwhile, Omeda’s Oh My! Omeda got their first win this week, beating FreshAddress’ @men 116.7 to 83.7. The @men’s record is 0-3.

Living Social’s Illegal Use of Hands also recorded their first win this week, beating Victor Printing’s Browns [Who let a printer in this league?] 91.12 to 70.82. Both teams’ records are 1-2.

Responsys’ Always in the Inbox recorded their second win in a row, beating Message Systems’ MS Destroyers 114 to 57.92.

Message Systems’ record is 1-2.

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