If you think the 2022 season has been exciting, the drama has been even greater in the world of high-stakes football. Our FFWC High-Stakes Recap: Week 6 dives deep into all the FFWC high-stakes action.
Let’s see how things are shaking out after five weeks of action.
FFWC World Championship
Week 6 of the FullTime Fantasy FFWC X World Championship Tournament resulted in another “shuffling of the deck” as six new players entered the Top 20. While the overall leader retained his top perch – it has been whittled
down to a narrow one. First appearing last week, the lone 3-TIMER on the overall WC Leaderboard continues to roll.
During a down week of scoring across all FTF FFWC X formats, largely due to injuries and BYES, Team Miss New Booty (5-1), posted 132.75 points. That’s the bad news for Oliver. The good news is he maintained his overall lead – though it did shrink from 30.20 to just 5.50 points. Miss Mew Booty has a 99.35-point lead in FFWC ONLINE #8 over FatStacks Frankie Taddeo.
Cocktails & Dreams III posted 168.65 points in Week 6 and moved up one spot into second place. Chad has guided his FFWC ONLINE #3 squad to a Top 3 spot (minimum) on the overall leaderboard during all six weeks. Hooked into another tough league, Frankie is in second place in that league as well and is 128.35 points of the pace.
Posting the second-highest Week 6 Top 20 total points (169.05), Ruthless 1 jumped from seventh into third place. Evangelos Lilas has guided his FFWC ONLINE #1 team from 17th, to 7th, and now 3rd, during the past three weeks. The race is close, in our first LIVE 2022 FFWC X WC Draft, as team ZCRiley FFWC Kickoff (Amy and Mark Palmer 9th OA) is just 31.20 points out of first.
Moving from sixth to fourth overall, Balfaco posted 155.35 points and is just 4.80 out of third, plus 34.70 out of first. Neil Jariwala has a 67.25 lead over Cocktails & Dreams XVI in FFWC ONLINE #18, but that race in longer on the Top 20 Leaderboard.
Maintaining his position, The Godfather STK posted 141.95 points and rounds out the top five. Despite a 4-2 record, Jason Aberli has an even 1000 points in FFWC ONLINE #25 and leads Team Extreme (Chris Lejawa) by 13.90 points.
Shout Out of the Week goes to Evangelos Lilas who is the only player with multiple teams in WC Top 20. His Ruthless 4 squad (6th OA) posted the most Top 20 points this week (170.45), while his Ruthless 4 crew was second with 169.05 points. Rounding out his Triple-Threat, Ruthless 9 maintained 13th place in the overall standings.
Honorable shout out to David Kneel who racked the highest Week 6 total with 191.65 points. That moved his FFWC ONLINE #29 squad from 216th to 68th overall. David is 1.40 points behind Team Gibson in that very close league race.
Navigating injuries, plus BYE weeks, is challenging for everyone. Regarding injuries, some have been way more fortunate than others. That said, every team is looking to add new weapons. Bid wisely during the first Week 7 FAAB waiver period that runs at 11:00 PM ET on Wednesday, 10/19/22.
Similar to the FullTime Fantasy World Championship race, it was a low-scoring week in the PlayerProfiler
Championship Tournament. After posting 3574.50 points in Week 5, players on the Top 20 Leaderboard scored a combined 2887.15 points (-687.35) during Week 6 action. Four new players entered the Top 20 Leaderboard which is the lowest number so far this season.
Week 6 was a “bad news – good news” scenario for the overall PPC leader. The bad news, for Team TD’s N Beer 3, was that he had a down week with just 107.50 points. The good news is Kelly Wells moved to 6-0 in PPC SLOW 7, and retained first place overall for a third straight week.
Jumping from fifth, into second place, TheGreatGatsby PPC 13 (6-0) posted 157.40 points and is now just 19.45 out of first place. Methodically moving his way up the leaderboard, Ray Cowart has guided his PPC 8/5 squad from tenth, to eighth, to fifth, and now second, during the past four weeks.
Slipping one spot, from second to third, PEACHO8 (5-1) endured his first loss of the season. Michael Pietras posted 115.85 points, but still has a 33.55-point lead over Muzio RvB in the Red vs Blue #1 battle.
Team ZCR PPC13 (5-1) racked up 153.45 points and climbed from eighth into fourth place. Posting 164.25 points in Week 6, Mark Palmer also guided his ZCR PPC13 (6-0) squad from 22nd to ninth place overall.
Racking up the second-highest Top 20 Week 6 total, The Deal No Deal 4 (6-0) scored 166.85 points. Rounding out the Top 5, Michael Foresta’s PPC SLOW 9 squad made a big leap from 17th to fifth overall. Michael and Mark are the only PPC players with two Top 20 teams.
Shout out of the week goes to Team Anderson (PPC 9/7) who piled up 186.65 points and made a huge jump from 51st to 14th overall. Michael Anderson has guided that team from 120th to 51st, to 14th, during the past three weeks. That’s a great example of “it ain’t over till it’s over”.
FFWC X Dynasty Football World Championship
For the third week in a row, 20 different DFWC 2022 Leagues are represented on the Top 20 Leaderboard. That includes four new teams on the Top 20 list.
Somewhat affected by injuries, plus the Week 6 BYES, the top eight teams shuffled positions some but they all stayed within the top eight. That includes our overall leader, Classic Wizard (5-1), who posted 171.05 points in Week 6. No Jinx but, Ben Foster’s DFWC 21 team has owned the DFWC top perch since he posted 225.55 points way back in Week 1.
Moving up two spots, from fourth to second, Ben is also the proud owner of team Hooyah (6-0) in DFWC 73. After piling up 201.10 points in Week 6, Ben is chasing himself, as he went from 74.50 to just 44.45 points out of first place.
Team Trailers (6-0) slipped slightly, from second to third, after posting 161.90 points. Kris Wocks’ team went from 54.05 to 63.20 points off the overall pace but he has built a 142.00-point lead in DFWC 1.
Pumpjack (5-1) also dipped one position, from third to fourth, after posting 152.75 Week 6 points. Jason Yeager’s crew has built an impressive 219.65 over John Rozek (The Champs) in DFWC 5.
Rounding out the Top 5, Fantasy Newb (6-0) jumped from seventh into fifth place. David Mora’s DFWC 65 team piled up a Week 6 high 202.60 total points.
SuperFlex Bowl Tournament
The FullTime Fantasy FFWC X format that changed the most, the thrilling SuperFlex Bowl Tournament has a new overall leader. There are also seven new players on the Top 20 Leaderboard. Total Top 20 scoring slipped from 3735.70 in Week 5 to 3248.10 in Week 6.
Just 0.30 points out of first place last week, Glenneration X (SFB 8) posted 188.70 points and moved from second into first place overall. In a strange and rare circumstance, Glenn Lowy’s 5.50 lead is the same as the lead Miss New Booty has over Cocktails & Dreams III in the FFWC X World Championship race.
Slipping one spot, despite posting 182.85 points in Week 6, Kohlscheen SFB15 moved from first into second place. Apart from his 137.1 Week 4 total, MaxJack has posted at least 177.1 points during five of the first six weeks.
Moving up four spots, from seventh to third overall, Team Mahoney posted 171.05 points in Week 6. Jim Mahoney’s squad leads the SFB 2 SLOW league by 78.45 points.
Moose Superknuckle 4 experienced a down-scoring week (148.85) but still climbed from fifth to fourth place. However, Mark Sadler’s lead in SFB 14 SLOW, slipped 44.25 to 21.70 points. That’s due to Kris Wocks posting 171.40 points as Team Trailers jumped from 17th to 11th overall.
Rounding out the Top 5, team Off in Church jumped from ninth into fifth place overall. Kelly Wells rode his Josh Allen/Stefon Diggs Buffalo stack as they accounted for 66.45 of the 168.90 total points he posted in SFB 6 SLOW.
Shout out of the week goes to Daly Double who racked up a Top 20 Week 6 high 196.45 points. That moved Jerry Bryant’s SFB 6/17 squad from 26th to seventh place overall.
Some division Top 20 battles changed as SFB 9 SLOW and SFB 2 SLOW leagues both fell off the board. Joining SFB 14 SLOW, Team Rudd piled up 179.85 points and took a 24.15-point lead over Irish 8 (Jim Lowder) in the SFB 26 SLOW league.
Good Luck in Week 7 Everyone!