Week 10 of the FullTime Fantasy Football regular season is now complete. Despite several high-scoring teams being on a BYE, scoring was up from the season-low numbers posted last week. With just four playoff qualifying weeks remaining, here is a look at the Top 20 Leaderboards across the four Major FFWC XI Tournaments in the FFWC High-Stakes Recap: Week 10.
Rebounding, from the low numbers posted last week, scoring was up during Week 10 in the race to claim the $150K FFWC XI Grand Prize. After just 76,963.00 points were scored last week, the total jumped to 84,480.50 combined points this week. Seven new teams joined the FTF World Championship Top 20 Leaderboard.
Continuing a long run at the top, Just(in) Time (7-3) is the FFWC XI overall leader for the ninth straight week. Led by WR Keenan Allen (40.50), QB Justin Herbert (32.65), and TE T.J. Hockenson (30.40), Simeon Yarbrough and Brian Marzorini posted 186.35 points. That was the 26th-highest total during FFWC XI Week 10 action. Just(in) Time increased their overall lead from 13.25 to 37.40 points.
Team Honeycutt retained second place overall for a second straight week. Consistent with his 166.43 season average, Steve Honeycutt‘s FFWC Online 8/22 9 PM ET team scored 162.20 points. Along with Keenan Allen’s big day, Texans QB C.J. Stroud (27.60) continues as a leader on Steve’s squad. Battling for a $10K Dominator position, Team Honeycutt’s league lead is 181.10 points. In an epic showdown, of teams tied with a 9-1 record, Team Honeycutt battles Team Meyer in a H2H league match this week.
Also holding steady, Zefurs (9-1) maintained third overall for a second straight week. Another team with Allen and Stroud, plus WR Noah Brown (24.2), KJ Duke’s FFWC 9/3 9 PM ET squad posted 174.0 points. That’s an impressive total considering WR A.J. Brown was on a BYE, plus RB Travis Etienne (6.4) and TE Sam LaPorta (8.0) both posted below-average points. With four weeks to go, KJ remains in a $10K Dominator position.
Entering the Top 5, for the first time this season, Team Miss New Booty VIII moved from sixth to fourth overall. Oliver Dawoud’s squad is 10-0 thanks to a razor-thin 188.75-187.90 H2H victory over Team LOB (7-3) in the FFWC Online 8/26 9 PM ET league. Led by CeeDee Lamb (39.5), plus a 23.1-point outburst by RB Devin Singletary, rookie TE Dalton Kincaid sealed the weekly win with 16.1 points during the MNF contest. With a three-game lead in the standings, plus a 58.70 total points lead, Oliver controls his Dominator destiny.
Slipping one position, from fourth to fifth overall, Zefurs II rounds out the top five. In another competitive H2H battle, KJ Duke’s FFWC Online 9/3 1 PM ET team lost 179.55-174.15 during Week 10 action. Greg Salter’s Big Daddy Four squad won that contest thanks in part to Russell Wilson (20.85) hanging with Josh Allen (20.15) during the MNF match. If the playoffs started today, Zefurs II would be just 4.88 points out of first overall.
Our FFWC XI “Shout Out of the Week” goes to Cee Deez Tdz (7-3) who posted a FFWC Week 10 high 220.45 points. That’s the 14th-highest FFWC XI single-week total this season. Doug Haney’s FFWC TommyG Mayhem squad moved from 80th to 21st overall. Within his league, Doug moved into a tie for first in the standings, with Team Sanaynay
(7-3), and he has a 94.30 lead in the points race.
After no one scored 200 or more points last week, ten teams reached that plateau during Week 10 action. That includes Angel’s Envy (202.45) who moved from 15th to 7th overall, and Fantasyportfolio.win 3 (203.30) who jumped from 17th to 8th place. If the playoffs started this week, just 20.69 points would separate the top 100 FFWC XI scoring teams.
Losing two more members, the undefeated club dropped from five to just three teams. Miss New Booty VII (4th), Angel’s Envy (7th), and Team Stanton (53rd) are still perfect with a 10-0 record. All three teams currently hold a $10K Dominator position in their league.
Circa Las Vegas Fantasy Championship
Our inaugural FullTime Fantasy Circa LVFC Tournament experienced its largest shift in the Top 5 standings so far this season. Scoring rebounded, as the group total went from 134,042.00 last week to 147443.70 points during Week 10 action. Four new teams entered the Top 20 Leaderboard and the top two teams both made a big move.
After going unchanged, during the past three weeks, we have a new leader in the LVFC most points race. Moving up eight spots, Mr Yellow Stickers 1 (9-1) jumped from ninth to first overall. Selected early during the 2023 FTF draft season, way back on June 8, Mike Schlissberg’s squad piled up 227.30 points. That’s the second most points scored during LVFC Week 10 action. It’s also the 22nd-highest single-week total this season. QB Dak Prescott (42.9), WR Keenan Allen (40.50), and TE T.J. Hockenson (30.40) led the way for Mike.
Also making a big move, The Great Gatsby 18 jumped from 11th to second overall. Ray Cowart’s Circa LVFC GrindTime #3 squad racked up 211.60 points, which was the eighth-highest Week 10 total. WR Keenan Allen, WR CeeDee Lamb (39.5), plus and big surge by WR Brandin Cooks (32.30) who posted a season-high total, scored 112.30 combined points. After sitting 131.95 points off the pace, back in Week 5, Ray’s squad is now just 21.60 points out of first overall.
Continuing to grind consistently, scoring between 166.15 and 193.00 points during eight of the first ten weeks, Team Mitchell 2 remains in third place for a third straight week. Mark’s Circa LVFC 7/15 squad posted 178.05 points. Another team led by WR Keenan Allen, Mark received double-digit scoring from eight of his eleven starters. Team Mitchell 2 moved to 10-0 on the season and went from 34.35 to 25.50 points out of first place.
Shorthanded, with QB Jalen Hurts, WR A.J. Brown, and TE Travis Kelce all on BYE, Team Leave It In slipped from first to fourth overall. Mike Scherneck’s Circa LVFC 9/6 10 PM ET team posted 129.90 points and now sits 39.30 points behind our new leader. Leave It In (7-3) leads the LVFC 9/6 most points race by 26.90 over Team Two From the Q who has an 8-2 record. Four teams are separated by just 15.30 points in the race for the final playoff position in that league.
Dropping one position, 2 Bros DP slipped from fourth to fifth overall. Robbie Dinges and Pat Evevard’s squad posted 152.15 points. That’s a respectable total considering five of their top ten point-producing players were on a BYE. If the playoffs started this week, 2 Bros DP would be just 5.41 points behind the overall leader. Well positioned in their league playoff race as well, 2 Bros DP lead the Circa LVFC SLOW 5 most points race by 154.75 points.
Our “Shout Out of the Week” goes to Team Rainbows Kittens Unicorns Oh My in the Circa LVFC 8/27 5 PM ET league. Bryan Graef’s squad piled up a LVFC Week 10 high 227.45 points. That’s the 21st-highest single-week total this season.
This is a solid example of why fantasy football Owners should never stop grinding. Bryan moved from 162.00 to just 69.45 points out of the final playoff position in that league. After averaging 119.95 points, through the first seven weeks, that squad is on a roll averaging 177.26 points over the last three weeks.
After just one team reached the 200-point plateau last week, 15 teams broke through this week. That includes five teams from the Mike Schlissberg stable. QB Dak Prescott is on four of those teams, and TE T.J. Hockenson is on three of them.
Down from four squads last week, just three of the 1,056 Circa LVFC teams remain undefeated. Team Mitchell (3rd), Ripper 8 (64th), and Marvel Rocks (168th) are all still perfect with a 10-0 record.
If the three-week playoff round started this week, just 18.99 points would separate the top 100 LVFC scoring teams. The gap narrowed, very slightly, as it was 19.19 points last week.
Despite fantasy stars from the Eagles, Chiefs, Dolphins, and Rams being on a BYE, scoring was also up week-over-week in the DFWC Tournament. After our 924 Dynasty teams scored 115,609.45 points during Week 9, that number jumped to 126,310.75 points during Week 10 action.
Eleven Top 20 squads posted at least 170 points, which is up from just two teams last week. We have two new teams in the Top 5, plus three new teams joined the Top 20 Leaderboard.
Dropping from the undefeated ranks, Classic Wizard (9-1) stumbled slightly but retained first overall for a sixth straight week. Ben Forster’s DFWC 21 squad posted a season-low 146.25 points. The BYE week wasn’t kind to Ben as he was missing RB Isiah Pacheco, WR Tyreek Hill, WR A.J. Brown, plus TE Travis Kelce. Down from 112.60 last week, Classic Wizard still leads the overall race by 91.85 points.
Moving up two positions, and still undefeated, Filly Cheese V (10-0) went from fourth to second overall. With eight of his eleven players scoring double-digit points, led by WR Keenan Allen (40.5) and RB Austin Ekeler (21.5), Josh Filipek’s DFWC 51 team posted 183.75 points. After entering the week 129.35 points off the pace, Filly Cheese V is now 91.85 points out of first overall.
KM ENTERPRISE 2130 3 slipped slightly, from second to third place. Kyle and Adam Knapp’s DFWC 25 team posted 163.65 points. That team has a 10-0 record and leads their league by 223.45 points. Already stacked with wide receivers, including Stefon Diggs, CeeDee Lamb, Amon-Ra St. Brown, D.J. Moore, and Copper Kupp, KM ENTERPRISE 2130 3 is looking forward to the return of WR Justin Jefferson.
Steadily rising, after sitting 25th back in Week 6, Team TURD V climbed from seventh to fourth place overall. Despite being without WR A.J. Brown, and TE Travis Kelce, Jon Mares’ DFWC 69 team racked up 192.55 points. Led by CeeDee Lamb (39.5) and JaMarr Chase (23.4), TURD V moved from 148.00 to 101.70 points out of first place. Last year at this point, TURD V was second overall and 124.00 points behind Classic Wizard.
Rounding out the five, Team School One sits fifth overall for a second straight week. Adam Godlewski’s DFWC 6 team moved to 10-0 after posting 178.25 points. WR Keenan Allen, TE T.J. Hockenson (30.4), and QB Joe Burrow (25.35) led the way during Week 10 action. School One leads Boston Blizzard (7-2) by two games and 165.05 points in DFWC 6. Adam’s overall deficit dropped from 144.60 to 112.60 points.
Our DFWC “Shout Out of the Week” goes to Larry Ordet who joined Ben Foster, Ron Fantauzzo, plus Adam and Kyle Knapp, with two teams on the Top 20 Leaderboard. Yo Mama 32 posted 169.15 points and jumped from 25th to 20th overall. That team is just 1.85 points behind Yo Mama 1 who sit 18th overall.
After no one posted 200 or more points during Week 9, five teams reached that level this week. The undefeated ranks dropped from 18 to 14 teams, and six of them are in the overall Top 20. If the playoffs started this week, 30.70 points would separate the top 100 DFWC scoring teams. 2022 Overall Champions, Crown Their Ash, entered the playoffs 34.97 points out of first place overall last year.
Scoring rebounded slightly in the second-annual SFB Tournament as well. After a season-low 70,970.35 total was posted last week, the 552 SFB teams scored 77,408.65 combined points during Week 10 action. Including our overall leader, just two Top 20 positions remained unchanged. Two new teams entered the Top 5 and three new teams joined the Top 20 Leaderboard.
Team Project Bluebeam is our overall SFB leader for the sixth straight week. Ryan Kania’s SFB 40 team posted 156.70 points. C.J. Stroud (27.6), Brock Purdy (26.8), JaMarr Chase (23.4), and Christian McCaffrey (20.2) helped Ryan increase his overall lead from 25.45 to 35.75 points. Project Bluebeam’s lead is 221.90 and 280.20 points over the second and third-highest scoring teams in SFB 40.
Following a two-week stay in third place, Bronko SFB 07 moved up to second overall. Led by WR CeeDee Lamb (39.50) and TE T.J. Hockenson (30.40), Ken Brzozowski’s SFB 8 team posted 171.10 points. Ken’s crew has been on a hot run since moving from 51st to 12th back in Week 4. That includes averaging 189.04 points over the last five weeks.
Ending a five-week stay in second place, ArchEnemy slipped to third overall. Terry Ream’s SFB 9 squad posted 142.85 points, which is his lowest total this season. Contributing to the slide, Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs posted 26.55 combined points during the MNF game. That’s down from their combined 49.40 points per week average heading into Week 10.
After moving from 29th to eighth last week, Steel City 2 now sits fourth overall. Brent Hoppe’s SFB 45 team racked up 185.75 points. Steel City 2 went 131.00 to 101.95 points out of first overall. Led by the 110.60 points from CeeDee Lamb, plus 88.4 points from QB C. J. Stroud, Brent’s crew has averaged 207.88 points over the last three weeks.
Also making a big move, Team Operation RayEpps jumped from eleventh to fifth overall. Ryan Kania’s SFB 38 team racked up 201.05 points, which was the ninth-highest Week 10 SFB total. Keenan Allen (40.5), Justin Herbert (32.65), Brock Purdy (26.8), plus Mike Evans (26.3), scored 126.25 combined points. That helped Ryan rebound for a season-low 122.00 points last week. Chasing his SFB-leading Project Bluebeam squad, Ryan moved from 151.25 to 106.90 points out of first place.
Our SFB “Shout Out of the Week” goes to Always Smooth 04 who piled up a SFB Week 10 high 216.45 points. The big number moved Brian Nutt from 81.85 to just 18.00 points out of the second playoff spot in the SFB 13 SLOW league. Brian also enjoyed a big week from his Always Smooth 04 (210.05) and Always Smooth 06 (200.40) teams.
After just five teams surpassed 200 points last week, eleven teams reached that plateau during Week 10. If the playoffs started this week, just 32.9 points would separate the 92 qualifying teams. Great races will play out across the majority of the 46 SFB leagues over the next four weeks.
Good Luck in Week 11 Everyone!
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