Arizona Sports Fantasy Football Host League: Week 4 recap
Week 4 of the Fantasy Football season for the 98.7 FM Arizona Sports Host League saw six teams score in the double digits. Find out who won and more in this week’s recap.
Mike Jurecki (Team Jurecki): 103
Paul Calvisi (Paulie Pigskins): 113
This was a close one that came down to Monday Night Football. Unfortunately, Tyreek Hill only racked up 8 points for Jurecki, which costed him. Paul’s team was headlined by his defense (Texans D/ST) this week as they got him 22 points. His next leading scorer was Keenan Allen, who started out slow on Sunday, but in the end tallied 18 points.
John Gambadoro (Sister Markus Golden Hair): 136
Dan Bickley (Blinded by the TD’s): 125
Gambo finally brought home his first victory of the season in Week 4. Six of his nine starters scored in the double digits with Lamar Miller tallying 28 points and Eli Manning closely following with 27. On the other hand, Dan’s running backs had quite the week, racking up 71 of his 125 points.
Doug Franz (I Hate Fantasy): 81
Bertrand Berry (Daddy Phat $acks): 132
Despite both Doug and B-train having a player on Monday Night Football, it wasn’t even close. B-Train’s lineup was solid this week as all but one player scored in the double digits. While Doug only had three of his nine players score in double digits including Tom Brady with 20 points.
Listener Winner (Dancing With Stanton): 99
Ron Wolfley (Team Wolfley): 91
It was close, but thanks to Kareem Hunt, the Listener Winner is still undefeated. Kareem Hunt racked up 16 points on Monday night securing the win. Although, he wasn’t the top scorer as Duke Johnson Jr. tallied 20. Wolf’s team was highlighted by Dak Prescott with 22 points while Tevin Coleman and Phil Dawson closely followed with 17 and 15.
Vince Marotta (That Booty!): 76
Dave Burns (Bold Strategy Cotton): 145
Let’s just say Dave’s team really came to play this week as he had the highest score of all ten teams in the league with 145 points. Leonard Fournette and DeAndre Hopkins highlighted his lineup with 23 and 26 points. While Vince’s lineup didn’t have one player even close to scoring in the 20’s. Unfortunately, Vince started Ty Montgomery at Flex as the running back only had 2 points this week after suffering a rib injury early in the game.