FFWC High-Stakes Recap: Week 13

Commish Roy looks back at Week 13 and breaks down which teams are leading the Fantasy Football World Championships!

FFWC XI

Week 13 of the FullTime Fantasy Football regular season is now complete. As expected, with six NFL teams on a BYE, overall scoring dropped slightly. That said, thanks in part to the Dallas Cowboys and Seattle Seahawks TNF scoring outburst, there were some big numbers posted. With just one week remaining, to secure a playoff berth, here is a look at the Top 20 Leaderboards across the four Major FFWC XI Tournaments in our FFWC High-Stakes Recap: Week 13.

Fantasy Football World Championship

Scoring was down during Week 13, in the race to claim the $150K FFWC XI Grand Prize, as it was just the seventh-highest-scoring week this season. The 139.10 points per team average was just a shade below the 139.59 season weekly average. Shuffling around, the top 14 positions all have a new Owner this week. Three new teams joined the FTF World Championship Top 20 Leaderboard. 

Completing a steady climb, from 208th overall back in Week 2, Team Honeycutt (11-2) is the new FFWC XI overall leader. With Tyreek Hill (32.3) and Alvin Kamara (28.9) leading the way, Steve Honeycutt’s squad posted 166.90 points. Steve needs a top-six finish, during All-Play in Week 14, to claim the $10K Dominator prize in the FFWC Online 8/22 league. in the FFWC Online 8/22 league. That’s an impressive run considering his league is stacked with high-stakes veterans – including three former FFWC Champs.

Making a big move, team Aces in the Hole (11-2) jumped from ninth to second overall. Picking a good time to get hot, Co-Owners Joe Zielinski and Mike Schlissberg racked up 194.40 points. After posting a steady 155.57 average through the first nine weeks, Joe and Mike have averaged 189.61 points per game over the last four weeks. Led by Christian McCaffrey, Keenan Allen, and Mike Evans, Aces in the Hole will also cash a Dominator prize with a top-six finish during Week 14.

Ending an impressive eleven-week run at the top, Just(in) Time (10-3) slipped from first to third place. Simeon Yarbrough and Brian Marzorini posted 131.60 points. It’s not all bad news for Just(in) Time, as they are well-positioned to claim the Most Points and Best Record positions in the FFWC 4 SLOW league. Simeon and Brian will bank $4,000 in regular season cash prizes with a top-six finish. With stars like Justin Herbert, C. McCaffrey, K. Allen, M. Evans, plus T.J. Hockenson, they have the firepower to finish strong.

Moving up two positions, team My Sack Hurts (11-2) sit fourth overall. Co-owners Roy Lowery and Jeremy Kupper posted 172.70 points and moved into the Top 5 for the first time this season. Led by Jalen Hurts, Rachaad White, and Isiah Pacheco, plus 2023 Fantasy Football MVP candidate Keenan Allen, Toy and Jeremy have averaged 173.10 points over the last six weeks. Barring the worst collapse in FF history, My Sack Hurts will win the Dominator prize in the FFWC CIRCA VEGAS 9/8 2 PM PT league.

Slipping two positions, from third to fifth, team Zefurs (11-2) rounds out the FFWC XI Week 13 Top 5 standings. KJ Duke’s squad scored 150.90 points and has now been a fixture in the Top for the past nine weeks. Although his Week 13 total was slightly below his season average, Zefurs is also poised to bank a Dominator prize. KJ has clinched the best record and leads the FFWC Online 9/3 9 PM ET by 146.25 points. Zefurs will head into the overall playoff race with A.J. Brown, K. Allen, and rookie TE Sam LaPorta, leading the way.

Our FFWC XI “Shout Out of the Week” goes to Gary Foster who has been with FullTime Fantasy since our inception. Team Foster 1 piled up a FFWC XI Week 13 high 226.50 points. That’s the ninth-highest total this season and just slightly below the 233.25 season-high total Coyote Miscreants posted back in Week 4. Team Foster 1 jumped from 69th to 23rd overall and sits first in the FFWC Online 8/27 9 PM ET league.

Congrats as well to Curtis Hirsh, as three of his Fairways and Greens teams are now in the FFWC XI Top 20. With the 14-week average score as the playoff starting point, Curtis is 4.15, 9.03, and 9.82 points out first overall. Could a FullTime Fantasy Championship Belt be heading north of the border, for the first time ever? One is close now, with the Detroit Iceholes in Michigan, but a FTF Belt has never made it to Canada.

After ten teams scored at least 200 points last week, eleven squads reached that level during Week 13 action. The undefeated ranks fell from two to zero and there are just five squads with a 12-1 record. Those teams rank between 14th and 46th in the overall points race. If the playoffs started this week, just 17.89 points would separate the top 100 FFWC XI scoring teams.

Circa Las Vegas Fantasy Championship

Our inaugural FullTime Fantasy Circa LVFC Tournament was also affected by the six-team BYE week as the group total was the sixth lowest this season. After 155,815.80 combined points were scored last week, the total slipped to 146,002.15 points during Week 13 action. Posting totals ranging from 188.50 to 242.95 points, seven new teams entered the LVFC Top 20 Leaderboard.

Running red-hot, Mr Yellow Stickers 1 (12-1) owns first overall for a fourth straight week. Mike Schlissberg’s LVFC 6/8 squad racked up 172.35 points and has averaged 198.86 points over the last four weeks. This league was our fifth, of what would end up being 88 LVFC contests. As he did in several drafts, Mike waited until Round 10 to select QB Dak Prescott (QB11 – 10.7) who is now the third-highest scoring QB. Travis Kelce (TE1 – 1.6), Keenan Allen (WR17 – 3.6), and T.J. Hockenson (TE3 – 6.7) are also leading the charge for Mike.

Up one position, from second to third, The Great Gatsby 18 (12-1) posted another high-scoring week. Ray Cowart’s Circa LVFC GrindTime #3 squad piled up 208.05 points, which was the 15th-highest Week 13 LVFC total. After averaging 158.94 points during the first seven weeks, including 111.55 total points in Week 1, Ray’s crew has averaged 186.38 points over the past six weeks. With 80.35 points, from D. Prescott (31.25), C. Lamb (32.6), and B. Cooks (16.5), Ray’s squad was quick out of the gate during the Cowboys vs Seahawks TNF game.

Jumping two positions, from fifth to third overall, Team Mitchel2 (13-0) remains in the top five for a sixth straight week. Another league selected early during the 2023 FTF Draft Season, Mark Mitchel’s Circa LVFC 7/15 squad posted 190.05 points. With QB Josh Allen on a BYE, Jordon Love stepped in and scored 26.35 points. DK Metcalf (37.4), Alvin Kamara (28.9), and Kyren Williams (20.2) helped Mark score at least 175 points for the ninth time this season. With 138.75 as the lowest score, Team Mitchel2 has averaged 172.03 points over the last four weeks.

While many would argue the team name, because he is a FTF legend, Legend In My Own Mind 3 sits fourth overall for a second straight week. Mike Schlissberg’s second top-five team posted 165.45 points. From Seat #4 on draft day, Mike’s first three picks C. McCaffrey (22.30), D. Smith (24.60), and D. Samuel (35.80) racked up 82.70 combined points. A savvy $15 FAAB waiver wire pickup, back on 10/22, TE Trey McBride chipped in 22.9 points. That was a key performance with T.J. Hockenson on his bench due to a BYE. Not a coincidence, Dak Prescott is also a leader on this team.

Slipping three spots, 2 Bros DP moved from second to fifth overall. Slightly below their season average, Robert Dinges and Patrick Evevard’s Circa LVFC SLOW 5 squad scored 149.80 points. Led by Mike Evans (29.20) and Tua Tagovailoa (22.00), nine of eleven players posted double-digit numbers. 2 Bros DP (10-3) need a top-six finish to sweep the Best Record and Most Points regular season league prizes in their league. If the playoffs started today, they would enter the three-week League Championship race with a 16.78-point lead.

Our “Shout Out of the Week” goes to Team Meyer, who posted the top two LVFC Week 13 scores. William racked up 242.95 points in his Circa LVFC 6/25 league and jumped from 67th to 16th overall. He also posted 225.70 points in his Circa LVFC 6/13 league and moved from 249th to 101st overall. William is now positioned to sweep the regular season prizes in both those leagues.

Still unbeaten, Team Mitchell2 is the last of our 1056 LVFC teams with a 13-0 record. Considering how many talented FTF players there are in the LVFC 7/15 league, running perfect is quite an accomplishment. A top-six finish in Week 14 will keep Mark’s team perfect. Just below perfect, there are just eight teams with a 12-1 record.

After 21 teams scored at least 200 points last week, 27 teams topped that mark during Week 13 action. Ten of those teams were drafted during May and June. Down from 23.12 last week, if the three-week playoff round started this week, just 22.68 points would separate the top 100 LVFC scoring teams.

Dynasty Fantasy World Championship Tournament

The numbers were down overall in our DFWC Tournament as well. The 124,722.00 combined points scored was the fifth-lowest total this season. However, similar to the World Championship and LVFC tournaments, several teams piled up some big numbers. That includes seven Top 20 teams that scored at least 189.50 points. Three of those teams are new to the Top 20 Leaderboard. 

Continuing to lead the DFWC field, Classic Wizard (11-2) sits first overall for the ninth straight week. After posting 212.25 points last week, Ben Foster’s DFWC 21 team racked up 230.15 during Week 13 action. Ben started a perfect lineup and that’s the 15th-highest DFWC score this season. After being the hunted in the standings all of last season, Ben wanted to be a hunter this year. That’s difficult to do when QB Josh Allen and WR Stefon Diggs are sitting on your bench and you still have eight of eleven starters post at least 18.9 points.

Ehuds Sword (10-3) remains in second place for a third straight week. Ben Wiley likely said “WTF, Come On!” at some point during the week. Despite posting 235.40 points in DFWC 47, the second-highest Week 13 total (9th OA), he was only able to move from 69.00 to 63.75 points out of first. A WR four-stack, CeeDee Lamb (32.60), Tyreek Hill (32.30), Mike Evans (29.20), and Michael Pittman (27.50) led the way for Ben. Another stacked squad, Sam LaPorta (29.00), Alvin Kamara (28.90), and Jalen Hurts (26.90), all had a big game as well.

Back in the Top 5, for the first time since Week 10, Turd V (12-1) jumped from 10th to third overall. Jon Mare’s DFWC 69 squad piled up 233.05 points, which was the fourth-highest Week 13 score and the 11th-highest overall. C. Lamb, Ja’Marr Chase (31.55), Nico Collins (34.1), and S. LaPorta led the way with 127.25 combined points. With a 2021 Maiden Draft, Turd V is looking to win the DFWC 69 League Championship for a third straight season. A “rich get richer” scenario, WR Justin Jefferson should be back soon.

Down one position, Unsolicited Dak Pics slipped from third to fourth. Rob Fantauzzo’s DFWC 36 team finished the week with 167.75 points. As was the case for many Owners, losing WR Tank Dell was a tough blow to Rob’s lineup. N. Collins racking up a season-high 34.10 points added some salt to the wound. Although he still won his H2H matchup, it was difficult to not notice Collins, as his Week 13 opponent (Top Dog 36) had Collins in his lineup. Hopefully, all of Rob’s viewing devices are still functioning.

Another team making a big jump, Kaboomerang (12-1) moved from 13th to fifth overall. Difficult to believe, so I triple-checked it, Blake Bernstein and James Barber’s DFWC 45 squad moved into the Top 5 after sitting in 13th place for THREE straight weeks. Thanks to 81.05 points from their Dallas triple stack, Prescott – Pollard – Lamb, Kaboomerang was quick out of the gate during the TNF game. Since moving from 21st to 13th place back in Week 9 Blake and James’ squad has averaged 180.39 points over the past four weeks.

Our DFWC “Shout Out of the Week” goes to THE CHAMPS (8-5) in DFWC 2. John Rozek’s crew posted the DFWC Week 13 high score, with 245.90 points. After beginning Week 13 175.05 points out of the final playoff spot in his league, John heads in Week 14 just 47.30 points off the pace. It’s still a big climb, but this is another fantastic example of why you should never quit grinding. 

The DFWC undefeated ranks dropped from seven to just four teams. School One (11th), Final Justice (14th), Buckle Up Butter Kupp (15th), and House of Cards (34th), are all 13-0 and gearing up for their playoff runs. 

Matching last week’s total, 22 squads posted more than 200 points during Week 13 action. If the playoffs started this week, 32.87 points would separate the top 100 DFWC scoring teams. That is up from 29.62 points last week.

FullTime Fantasy SuperFlex Bowl Tournament

Our second-annual SFB Tournament also experienced a slight dip in scoring. After 83,474.35 points were scored during Week 12, our 552 SFB teams posted 77,629.70 combined points in Week 13. Four new teams joined the Top 20 Leaderboard and they all scored more than 200 points. 

Team Project Bluebeam is our overall SFB leader for the ninth straight week. Stumbling slightly last week, with 169.90 points, Ryan Kania’s SFB 40 team got back on track and piled up 201.55 points. Ryan has a deep squad, including Brock Purdy (32.6), Ja’Marr Chase (31.55), and Michael Pittman (27.5), who led the way in Week 13. Christian McCaffrey (299.10 TP) continues as the MVP on Ryan’s squad.

For a fourth straight week, Bronko SFB 07 remains in second place overall. Although he lost a little ground, Ken Brzozowski’s SFB 8 team posted another solid week with 190.70 points. Nico Collins (34.10), CeeDee Lamb (32.6), and Puka Nacua (23.9) led the way for Ken. With T.J. Hockenson on a BYE, TE Trey McBride, who Ken drafted in Round 16, picked up the slack with 22.9 points.

Moving up one spot Steel City 2 moved from fourth to third overall. Led by CeeDee Lamb, Alvin Kamara (25.3) De’Von Achane (25.3), and Evan Engram (23.2), Brent Hoppe’s squad posted 169.65 points. While that total is below his season average, Brent had to navigate Week 13 without Josh Allen, Davante Adams, and Gus Edwards, who were all on a BYE. Steel City 2 leads the SFB 45 league by a whopping 285.30 points

With Top 5 positions in the FFWC XI and LVFC tournaments, it’s not a surprise to see Mr Yellow Stickers in the SFB Top 5. Moving from sixth to fourth overall, Mike Schlissberg’s SFB 26 team is back in the Top 5 for the first time since Week 9. Led by Mike Evans (29.2), DeVonta Smith (24.6), Christian McCaffrey (22.3), and Sam Howell (21.45), Mike’s team posted 172.05 points.  

Steady making moves, some up and some down, team HUNTER RENFROW’S LAPTOP jumped from eighth to fifth overall. Eligible to enter the SFB tournament, due to the SFB BestBall format, FullTime Fantasy rankings expert, and a friend to all, Jody Smith enters the Top 5 for the first time this season. Led by Purdy, Nico Collins (34.1), and Jalen Hurts (26.9), Jody’s SFB 19 team posted 183.50 points.

Our SFB “Shout Out of the Week” goes to Laurence Curtis. His SFB 24 TD Bound team posted 231.95 points. That was the highest Week 13 SuperFlex Bowl total and moved Laurence from 97th to 39th in the overall standings. That is also the seven-highest SFB point total this season. Laurence is 20.90 points out of first and has a microscopic 0.15 lead over Lucky Mike Strikes 12 in the battle for the second and final playoff spot in SFB 24.

After 15 teams scored over 200 points last week, 17 squads reached that plateau during Week 13 SFB action. If the playoffs started this week, 32.52 points would separate the 92 qualifying teams. That is up slightly, as the gap was 30.60 points last week

Good Luck During Week 14 Everyone!

Check out the FFWC XI week-by-week Top 20 progress at these links:

FFWC Recap: Week 1, FFWC Recap: Week 2, FFWC Recap: Week 3, FFWC Recap: Week 4, FFWC Recap: Week 5, FFWC Recap: Week 6, FFWC Recap: Week 7, FFWC Recap: Week 8, FFWC Recap: Week 9, FFWC Recap: Week 10, FFWC Recap: Week 11, FFWC Recap: Week 12 

 


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