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 7 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
We have reached the halfway point, of the regular season, in the FullTime Fantasy Fantasy Football World Championship Tournament. Week 7 results led to a slew of changes, as seven new players joined the list. Plus, we have a new overall leader.
Cocktails & Dreams III (FFWC #3) returns to the top spot for the first time since Week 3. Just 5.50 points out of first place heading into Week 7, Chad Schroeder (6-1) posted 149.55 points. That was good enough to take a 20.05-point lead.
After owning the top spot for two straight weeks, team Miss New Booty went from first into second place overall. The good news for Oliver Dawoud is that he won his Week 7 matchup. That makes him 6-1, and he has a 77.75-point lead in FFWC #8.
Continuing their climb up the leaderboard, Amy and Mark Palmer piled up 177.05 points. They also jumped from ninth to third place overall. Their FFWC #1 ZCRiley FFWC Kickoff squad (6-1) has moved from 153rd to 12th, to ninth, and now into third, over the past four weeks.
Moving up four spots, from eighth to fourth overall, Team Extreme has also been a steady climber as he was in 17th overall back in Week 4. Chris Lejawa’s FFWC #29 team racked up 162.55 points in Week 7.
Making the biggest Week 7 leap, team RunHotSports moved from 33rd to fifth overall. Led by Joe Burrow (44.05), Austin Ekeler (36.70), and Josh Jacobs (36.50), Oren Katz’s FFWC SLOW #4 team (4-3) posted 211.35 points. That was the highest Week 7 total.
Our Shout Out of the Week goes to Evangelos Lilas, as he now has FOUR teams on the WC Top 20 Leaderboard. Although Ruthless 9 dropped off the list, Ruthless 7 and 8 joined his Ruthless 1 and 4 squads.
It’s also worth noting that our 2021 FFWC Overall Champ, Abe Prowse, has moved into the Top 20. His Mesalex FFWC VEGAS #2 squad posted 168.75 points and jumped from 23rd to 11th overall.
Hitting the halfway point, of the 2022 PlayerProfiler Championship regular season, the Week 7 leaderboard looks very different than it did following Week 6 action. While our overall leader retained the top billing again, nine new players joined the Top 20 list.
It was another “bad news – good news” week for team TD’s N Beer 3. While Kelly Wells’ squad (6-1) lost its first matchup of the season, he was able to retain first place overall in the PPC Tournament. Kelly also has a 98.70-point lead in the PPC SLOW 7 league.
Racking up the highest Week 7 total, across the Big 4 FFWC formats, team Hash Slinging Slashers (6-1) made a huge jump from 48th to second overall. Led by his Cincinnati three-stack, Joe Burrow (40.05) Ja’Marr Chase (33.00) Tyler Boyd (29.50), and Scott Nemmers’ Grind Time #3 PPC squad posted 226.15 points.
Slipping one spot, from second to third, TheGreatGatsby PPC 13 (6-1) posted 151.15 points. Although Ray Cowart’s squad lost its first H2H matchup of the season – he still owns a 114.30-point lead in the PPC 8/5 11:30 PM ET league.
After entering the Top 20, in 18th place overall back in Week 4, team Analytics Are For The Deep End (6-1) continued their steady climb. Louis Gott’s PPC 6/11 10:00 PM ET squad posted 166.00 points and jumped from eighth into fourth place.
Rounding out the Top 5, The Deal No Deal Team 7 (5-2) squad posted 156.00 points and moved from seventh to fifth overall. Michael Foresta hits the halfway point as the only Owner with two Top 20 PPC teams.
Our PPC Shout Out of the Week goes to a long-time Friend of the FFWC Donny Terminiello. DT guided team Lucy (PPC 8/9 11:45 PM ET) to 216.75-points, which was the second-highest PPC Week 7 total. That impressive production moved his squad from 96th to 12th overall.
FFWC X Dynasty Football World Championship
For the fourth week in a row, 20 different FFWC Dynasty Football World Championship 2022 Leagues are represented on the Top 20 Leaderboard. Just two new teams joined the Top 20 list, which is the lowest number so far this season.
Continuing his DFWC 2022 dominance, Classic Wizard (6-1) retained first overall for the seventh straight week. Despite being without several studs, due to players like Justin Jefferson and Josh Allen being on their BYE week, Ben Foster’s DFWC 21 squad posted 163.55 points.
Still chasing himself, Ben’s team Hooyah (6-1) posted 143.57 points and retained second place for the second straight week. It wasn’t all good news though, as his DFWC 73 squad lost its first matchup of the season, and slipped from 44.45 to 64.20 points off the pace.
Moving up three spots, from sixth to third overall, team TURD V (6-1) posted 177.65 points. Jon Mares’ DFWC 69 squad has now racked up at least 174.95 points during six of the first seven weeks. After sitting 46.85 points out of second place last week, TURD V is now just 12.95 behind team Hooyah.
Pumpjack (6-1) retained fourth overall after posting 163.75 points in Week 7. Jason Yeager’s crew increased his impressive lead to 236.95 points over John Rozek (The Champs) in DFWC 5.
Rounding out the Top 5, team Trailers slipped from third to fifth overall. Kris Wocks’ Week 7 starters posted a season-low 123.50 points. It wasn’t all bad news though, as Trailers moved to 7-0 and his lead went from 142.00 to 159.40 points in DFWC 1.
Our Shout Out of the Week goes to team Jap League (DFWC 38) as Derrick Woolsey posted a DFWC Week 7 high 225.55 points. Led by Joe Burrow (44.05), Austin Ekeler (36.70), and Josh Jacobs (36.50), Derrick’s team jumped from 79th to 17th place overall.
SuperFlex Bowl Tournament
While not as drastic as last week, there were still several changes on SuperFelx Bowl Top 20 Leaderboard. The overall leader retained his top perch. Plus, six new teams joined the list. Rebounding somewhat, Top 20 scoring went 3248.10 points in Week 6 to 3511.30 points in Week 7.
Just shy of his six-week average (187.02) Glenneration X (SFB 8 SLOW) posted 184.00 points in Week 7 to retain first overall for a second straight week. Our 2013 FFWC II Overall Champion, Glenn Lowy increased his lead slightly – from 5.50 to 9.35 points.
That lead is now over Team Maloney (SFB 2 SLOW) who moved up one spot from third to second. Sitting 43.45 points out of first place entering Week 7 action, Jim Maloney’s squad racked up an impressive 218.10 points.
Slipping one spot, Kohlscheen SFB15 (SFB 17 SLOW) posted 158.30 points. MaxJack will look to get back on track in Week 8 as his dynamic duo of Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs will return from their BYE week.
Square Hammer SFLX 2 (SFB 6/28) jumped from ninth to fourth overall. Very active, across FFWC X Dynasty, PPC, and SFB formats, Ashraf Ibrahim racked up 190.25 points during Week 7.
Rounding out the Top 5, Moose Superknuckle 4 (SFB 14 SLOW) slipped from fourth into fifth place. Mark Sadler’s squad posted 165.80 points, and he remains in the Top 5 for a fourth straight week.
Our SFB Shout Out of the Week goes to team Ideeot who racked up an SFB Week 7 high 219.45 points. That moved Jonathan Anderson’s SuperFlex Bowl 7 SLOW squad from 17th to sixth place overall.