MSB bloggers battle during a tough week two in fantasy football, here’s the recap

Week two in Fantasy Football is complete as the NFL has made it’s way through a roller coaster ride just two weeks in. The Maryland Sports Bloggers battled it out in five match ups in their ten team half point ppr league. With a lot of high scores this week, we can expect a crazy next couple weeks as the trash talk has started for the fantasy league. Here is how the second week ended on the score sheets.

  • Matt Bachota dominated Josh Sager 170.8-88.6. Matt, who got a goose egg from injured Greg “the leg” Zuerline couldn’t hold him down this week. Pat Mahomes led Bachota with six touchdowns passing and gave Matt the highest overall point total from week two for the second straight week.
  • Alex Benda fell to Chris Cleveland by a score of 153.2-146.3 in the closest matchup of the week.
  • Chanan Rothenberg dropped Sam Smith by a score of 159.7-120.8. Sam had the high scoring Ben Roethlisberger this week, but Crowell, Larry Fitzgerald, and the Saint defense really left Sam down.
  • David Edinger and his team “cooked em” was cooked by Wes Hoffmaster and Ditkas stache 138.7-117.9. Daves team got nice production out of top wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins with 23 points, however Wes got even bigger production out of his top wide out Stefon Diggs with an output of 35.9.
  • Vasilios Nikolaou dropped to 0-2 as Jeremy Train improved to 2-0 with a score of 152.2-104.1. Vas got a nice surprise output from Sammy Watkins, but unfortunately the rest of the team didn’t step up to help out. Jeremy rode the back of last years fantasy football MVP Todd Gurley and his three touchdowns to the easy 48 point win.


Here’s a look at week three’s schedule for the Maryland Sports Blog Fantasy Football League

Matt Bachota (2-0) takes on Wes Hoffmaster (1-1)

Josh Sager (1-1) takes on Jeremy Train (2-0)

Alex Benda (1-1) takes on David Edinger (0-2)

Chanan Rothenberg (1-1) Vasilios Nikolaou (0-2)

Sam Smith (0-2) takes on Chris Cleveland (2-0)


Teams at 2-0 = 3

Teams at 1-1 = 4

Teams at 0-2 = 3

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