Week Three, of the 2023 Fulltime Fantasy Football season, is now complete. Changes were plentiful, during a very high scoring week, and new weekly season-high scores were set across all four of our tournaments. Here is a look at the Top 20 Leaderboards in our FFWC High-Stakes Recap: Week 3.
In the race to the $150K Grand Prize, the FFWC XI World Championship Top 20 Leaderboard is populated by ten new teams this week.
Retaining first overall, for a second straight week, Team Just(in) Time (WC 4 SLOW) enjoyed another great week. Simeon Yarbrough and Brian Marzorini racked up 213.50 total points. That’s a new season-high weekly score for their squad and pushed their overall lead from 9.60 to 45.20 points.
Moving up two positions, from fourth to second, Team Gipson posted 184.20 points. Danny Gibson’s Week 3 lineup was led by WR Keenan Allen (45.95), plus WR Tyreek Hill (30.70) and QB Kirk Cousins (30.35). Danny pushed his lead from 59.90 to 105.45 points in his WC 9/9 10 PM ET league.
Jumping 12 spots, Team Winters Hurts McGood (WC 3 SLOW) moved from 15th to third overall. Rex Winters had four of his 11 players score at least 22.50 points and racked up 204.10 total points.
Slipping two spots, Team Meyer fell from second to fourth overall. William Meyer’s squad finished the week with 172.15 points. On the bright side, Team Meyer posted the second-highest point total in his FFWC Online 9/9 1 PM ET league and now owns an 88.40-point overall lead.
Rounding out the Top 5, and earning our “Shout Out of the Week” Fairways & Greens WC VI made a huge move from 88th to fifth place overall. Curtis Hirsch (FFWC Online 9/2 1 PM ET) piled up 229.85 points. That sets a new FFWC XI single-week high score, as the previous high was 219.85 points.
Following the first week of head-to-head action, 89 of the 600 FFWC XI teams sit with a perfect 3-0-0 record. Overall, during a high-scoring week, 25 teams (nine last week) topped the 200-point plateau. 15 of those are new Top 20 FFWC single-week high scores.
Following Week 3 action, our inaugural Circa LVFC Tournament overall leaderboard is still tightly bunched at the top. Heading into Week 4 action, the Top 5 teams are separated by just 25.10 points. Several teams made big moves, and 13 new squads entered the Top 20 list.
For the third straight week, there is a new Circa LVFC overall leader as Webslinger 23 (Circa LVFC 8/20 9 PM ET) jumped from eighth to first place. Led by WR Keenan Allen (45.95) and RB Raheem Mostert (45.20) Mike Weber’s squad piled up 248.60 points. That’s the third-highest single-week total through the first three weeks.
Joining the LVFC Top 20, Trash Pandas (Circa LVFC Top Golf 9/8 7 PM PT) moved from 31st to second overall. Led by four players, who posted at least 27.90 points, Mark Sadler’s squad racked up 253.40 total points. That’s the second-highest LVFC single-week total through the first three weeks.
For the second straight week, Mr. Yellow Stickers 1 retained third place overall. Mike Schlissberg’s Circa LVFC 6/8 10:30 PM ET squad posted 220.90 points. That impressive total moved Mike’s overall league lead to 136.70 points.
Also new to the LVFC Top 20, Team Miller (Circa LVFC 8/27 5 PM ET) jumped from 29th to fourth place overall. Scoring the fourth-highest single-week total this season, Jason Miller’s squad posted 242.65 points. That moved Team Miller from 31.25 to just 19.95 points out of first place.
Rounding out the Top 5, and also new to the Circa LVFC Top 20, Team Everything Must Go moved from 25th to fifth overall. Matthew Lyons’ squad posted 236.00 points and sits 25.10 points behind the Circa LVFC overall leader. That’s a second-straight big week for Matthew who was in 825th place following Week 1 action.
After 17 teams cracked the 200-point barrier in Week 2, 50 squads topped that plateau during Week 3 action. Through three weeks, 154 of our 1056 Circa LVFC teams sit with a 3-0-0 record. For the second straight week, there are 20 different leagues represented on the LVFC Top 20 Leaderboard.
Our “Shout Out of the Week” goes to Team Miss New Booty III. Oliver Dawoud’s Circa LVFC 8/19 10:00 PM ET squad racked up 265.50 points. That is a new single-week high score across all four of our tournaments. The impressive total moved Oliver from 381st to 12th place in the overall standings.
With our Week 2 leader as the lone exception, every position on the DFWC Top 20 Leaderboard changed following Week 3 action. That includes eleven new teams moving into the Top 20 overall standings.
After posting 209.40 points last week, Team Mr. Two Thirty 33 surpassed that with 238.55 points during Week 3 action. That is the third most single-week points scored through the first three weeks of DFWC action. Including WR Keenan Allen (45.95), and RB Raheem Mostert (45.20), ten of Steve Moreau’s eleven players posted double-digit points. Steve pushed his overall lead from 31.65 to 50.10 points.
Moving up three positions, House of Cards jumped from fifth to second place overall. Biplab Mandal’s DFWC 4 squad racked up 229.60 points, which is the seventh-highest single-week DFCW total this season.
Entering the DFWC Top 20, for the first time this season, Team Yo Mama 32 jumped from 23rd to third place overall. Larry Ordet’s DFWC 32 squad piled up 247.25 points during Week 3 action. That is the second-highest DFWC single-week total so far this season.
Team Tonawanda Kardex moved up four positions, from eighth to fourth place, following Week 3 action. Ray Flack, our Dynasty Orphan King, posted 221.80 points. That DFWC 38 squad has now moved from 82nd place, back in Week 1, to fourth overall.
Rounding out the Top 5, Team Ehuds Sword slipped slightly; from second to fifth place overall. The slip is largely due to the massive points scored above him, as Brian Willey’s DFWC 47 squad racked up an impressive 198.85 points during Week 3 action.
After 15 squads posted at least 200 points, during Week 2 action, 50 teams topped that plateau this week. 19 of the current top 20 DFWC weekly high totals were posted during Week 3. Following the first week of head-to-head battles, 169 of the 924 DFWC teams have a perfect 3-0-0 record.
Our “Shout Out of the Week” goes to Rob Fantauzzo who posted a new 2023 DFWC single-week high 265.20 points. That massive total moved Team Unsolicited Dak Pics (DFWC 36) from 243rd to eighth place overall.
The overall leaderboard shifted considerably in the SFB Tournament as well. The Top 20 has 13 new teams, and eight of the top 10 teams are also new. The SFB Tournament continues to be the tightest race of our four tournaments.
For the third straight week, we have a new overall SFB leader. That position is now owned by Team Operation RayEpps. Ryan Kina’s SFB 38 squad racked up 246.20 points and jumped from 48th place to first overall. That impressive total is a new SFB weekly high score, as it tops the 220.65 points posted in Week 2 by Team BLUEDOG.
Moving up two positions, Team BLUEDOG jumped from fourth to second overall. Joseph Tusa’s SFB 41 team posted 206.30 points and now sits just 0.95 points out of the top spot.
One of our most active SFB players, Terry Reams heads into Week 4 with the third and fourth place teams. His ArchEnemy SFB 9 team piled up 223.60 points and moved from 25th place to third overall. Terry’s ArchEnemy SFB 14 squad posted 205.25 points and moved from 15th to fourth place overall.
Rounding out the SFB Top 5, first-year FullTime Fantasy player Mike Artz moved from 12th place to fifth overall. Mike’s Prestige World Wide 10 (SFB 3 SLOW) squad posted 200.30 points and now sits 22.50 points out of first place.
After 17 teams posted at least 200 points during Week 2 action, 37 squads reached that plateau during Week 3 action. Overall, 16 of the current 20 SFB weekly high scores were posted during Week 3 action.
Our “Shout Out of the Week” goes to Mike Cagle who now owns the second-highest SFB single week score. Mike’s Mack Attack 8 (SFB 25 SLOW) squad piled up 241.65 points and moved from 149th to 11th overall.
Don’t forget that we have 9:30 AM ET start times during the next three weeks. Keep it rolling and Good Luck in Week 4 Everyone!