Arizona Sports Fantasy Football Host League: Week 7 recap

Oct 24, 2017, 4:26 PM
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Week 7 of the Fantasy Football season for the 98.7 FM Arizona Sports Host League saw the Bickley & Marotta show go head to head. Find out who won and more in this week’s recap.

Bertrand Berry (Daddy Phat $acks): 91

Listener Winner (Dancing with Stanton): 112

After suffering his first loss of the Arizona Sports Host League season, the Listener Winner bounced back this week with a victory. His wide receivers led the way with 37 of his final 112 points with his top scorer being Doug Baldwin. On the other hand, Bertrand only had four of his nine players score in double digits, as Josh McCown was his top scorer with 24 points.

John Gambadoro (Sister Markus Golden Hair): 87

Ron Wolfley (Team Wolfley): 89

It’s Week 7 of the Arizona Sports Host League, and Wolf has finally secured his first win of the season. He had a strong showing from Dak Prescott (29 points) and Julio Jones (24 points). Gambo’s team was led by Mark Ingram with 20 points, with the next highest player being Nelson Agholor with 14 points. Unfortunately, Gambo started Adrian Peterson a week too late, as the Cardinals running back only put up four points.

Dan Bickley (Blinded by the TD’s): 100

Vince Marotta (That Booty!): 101

The Bickley & Marotta show went head to head this week, and it all came down to Monday night. Ultimately, Vince came away with the victory due to Alshon Jefferey racking up five points against the Redskins. Bickley had a very strong week from his tight end as O.J. Howard was his top scorer with 27 points. Unfortunately, he left Ezekiel Elliott and Derek Carr on his bench as they both outscored his starters at the position.

Doug Franz (I Hate Fantasy): 88

Paul Calvisi (Paulie Pigskins): 46

Paul had a very poor showing by his team as only two his players scored 10 or more points. He started Carson Palmer at quarterback, as his day sadly ended with only 122 yards and a broken arm. It’s a good thing that it didn’t take much for Doug to beat Paul’s 46 points, because his running backs had quite the disappointing week with a combined 13 points.

Mike Jurecki (Team Jurecki): 138

Dave Burns (Bold Strategy Cotton): 106

Jurecki had the highest score of the Arizona Sports Host League this week with 138 points. His team was very consistent with all but two players scoring in double digits. Jurecki’s leading scorer was Tyreek Hill with 24 points, but Le’Veon Bell closely followed with 21. On the other hand, Burnsy’s wide receivers went off this week accounting for 44 of his final 106 points. His team was led by Mike Evans with 21 points and Dez Bryant with 19.

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