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FFL Week 3: The Return to Dominance

Written on September 23, 2008 at 8:00 pm, by Eric Cressey

After a little hiccup last week, I rebounded this week in the Cressey Performance Fantasy Football League with a 103-74 thrashing of Gregg’s “Salt Lake City Magic Men.” Fortunately for Gregg, he won the award for dorkiest title of the week for the third week in a row. If he plays his cards right, Larrabee might let him join in on the Dungeons and Dragons fun.

It kind of makes you salivate a bit, doesn’t it, Kevin?

I got another stellar performance from the Tennessee defense, and Joseph Addai finally put some big numbers on the board for me at running back. Derek Anderson, twiddling his thumbs on my bench, put up a weak six points while Kurt Warner solidified himself as my nomination for…well…whatever award it is they give to old dudes who play well at QB.

Nice try, Magic Man. Once again, fantasy football coaching brilliance triumphs over pulling rabbits out of hats.

Headed to Fenway tonight to (hopefully) watch the Sox clinch. Waaaahooooo.

One Response to “FFL Week 3: The Return to Dominance”

  1. Kaiser Says:

    Hey Eric – your geekiness is a very humanizing quality – keep up the good work buddy!

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