So, there I am, 3 points down to the Anchor Bay Assassins, heading into the Monday night Bears-Cards game with Rex Grossman and Edgerrin James ready to go. No way I can lose, right? Grossman's one of the #2 fantasy QB to Donovan McNabb, an Edge, while a disappointment this season, can still rack up 30 yards rushing. Right?
Wrong. By the time I turned the game on, Grossman had a whopping -7 points, having thrown two interceptions and lost two fumbles. Edge had 40 yards, so I was now down 6. Grossman started playing fairly well in the second half, and then he threw his third interception. Minus 2. Arizona, up 23-10, was playing burn-the-clock, just handing it to Edge, so money in the bank, right? Edge fumbles. Minus 2. Grossman gets the ball back. Grossman throws another interception. Minus 2. That's 6 turnovers now on him alone. It suffices to say that I lost. To add insult to injury, I had Brees and his 28 points vs. my Eagles on the bench. Same with Reggie Brown and his 26 while Andre Johnson and his 8 started.
Plus, the Eagles lost after watching Brees burn down the clock for the last 8 minutes of the game (including 3 knees before the winning field goal).
AnyGivenSunday2006: Philadelphia Phreak (2-4) denied Don't Be Denied 130-100
UIUCAAL: Anchor Bay Assassins slit Philadelphia Phalanx (3-3) 96-91
WFL: Heir Jordyn rattled The Senators (4-2) 114-88
WFL: Barbie's Bruins (4-2) clawed jazzysnastees 87-66
farleysfootball: 206 Skins Bandwagon mossed Philadelphia Fear (2-4) 50-45
farleysfootball: WVU Mountaineers burned the Bookworms (2-4) 65-48
This week in the WFL, The 4-2 Senators vs. The 4-2 Bookworms. Let the only man win.