Arizona Sports Fantasy Football Host League: Week 10 recap

Nov 14, 2017, 3:34 PM
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Week 10 of the Fantasy Football season for the 98.7 FM Arizona Sports Host League saw the Listener Winner suffer his second loss of the season. Find out who won and more in this week’s recap.

Doug Franz (I Hate Fantasy): 126

Dave Burns (Bold Strategy Cotton): 94

Adam Thielen was Doug’s leading scorer with 30 points with Tom Brady and Stefon Diggs closely following with 22 and 17. Burnsy had a poor showing from his running backs this week as they combined for only 11 points. In addition, he started the Dolphins D/ST which hurt him with -9 points.

John Gambadoro (Sister Markus Golden Hair): 110

Bertrand Berry (Daddy Phat $acks): 73

Gambo’s team is on a roll as he got his second straight win this week. Despite his wide receivers only racking up a combined eight points, his running backs went off for 44 which ultimately sealed the deal. Gambo’s leading scorer was Cam Newton with 35 points, but Mark Ingram closely followed with 31. B-Train’s team was led by Josh McCown and Latavius Murray as they each added 12 points to his final 73, while Stephen Gostkowski was the next leading scorer with 11 points.

Mike Jurecki (Team Jurecki): 96

Dan Bickley (Blinded by the TD’s): 105

Despite leading Bickley by 10 points before Monday Night Football, it was not enough for Jurecki to get the win. Larry Fitzgerald led Bickley’s team with 21 points, although Todd Gurley and Christian McCaffrey had great weeks, combining for 37. Mike Jurecki’s team only had four players score in double digits with DeMarco Murray leading the way with 29 points. Unfortunately, he started Terrelle Pryor at flex as the wide receiver had zero targets in week 10.

Ron Wolfley (Team Wolfley): 107

Vince Marotta (That Booty!): 63

Despite starting Jay Ajayi on a bye week, Wolf had a 69 point lead heading into Monday Night Football. Wolf’s two leading scorers were Alvin Kamara and Jimmy Graham with 24 and 20, but closely following was his defense (Rams D/ST) with 16. As for Vince, only three of his players scored in double digits with his defense really hurting his final score with -8 points.

Paul Calvisi (Paulie Pigskins): 107

Listener Winner (Dancing With Stanton): 95

Paul handed the Listener Winner his second loss of the season. Paul’s team was very consistent with all but two players scoring in double digits. His wide receivers racking up 40 combined points. A.J. Green led the way with 22 points, although Ben Roethlisberger closely followed with 17. On the other hand, the Listener Winner’s leading scorer was Matthew Stafford with 20 points. His running back room tallied a combined 29 points.

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