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Underdogs Seek Continued Sucess In Week Two of Fantasy Playoffs

After week one of playoff action saw both favorites fall, underdogs Riot Punch and Playing Hardbaugh seek to keep the winning going against the league’s top ranked teams.


San Francisco – The underdogs are seeking upsets once again in the second week of Busted Trojan Football League’s fantasy playoff action. Last week saw the upset of favorites El Grande Cojones (GM- Steve Grant) and Rich Mahogany (GM- Brian Kelly). 

The blue collar Playing Hardbaugh, lead by GM Ross Green, scraped together a ten point lead on Sunday night with El Grande Cojones having Jason Witten yet to play. Despite the teams name, literally translating to ‘The Large Balls’, an impotent performance by Witten, earning just 1.2 fantasy points, left GM Grant limping into a lose. 

The week’s other matchup saw Rich Mahogany blow nearly a twenty point lead Monday night. Rich Mahogany lead late into the fourth quarter when running back Marshawn Lynch ran for a touchdown with less than two minutes in regulation play. Riot Punch, GM Mike Green, squeezed by with a 3.1 point win.

This week, Riot Punch has their work cut out for them playing top ranked MISFITS! who have only two loses on the season. One of those losses occurred after GM Peter Yi forgot to set his team’s line-up in week 5. Yi, who is known for his tiny computers, fast lifestyle and prodigious gamboling habits, explained the mistake was the result of him being in five fantasy leagues. Commenting on this week’s matchup, GM Mike Green stated, “I know I have what it takes to bring him down.”

Playing Hardbaugh also hopes to continue their winning streak against second ranked Cracker Connection. GM Roger Leech’s team is lead by Aaron Rodgers and Wes Welker. Although their off the field relationship has not been confirmed, rumors abound as Leech tends to spend most of his time speaking about Welker and has even erected a life-sized poster of him in his home. Commenting on this week’s game Playing Hardbaugh’s Green stated, “I know this is an important week, but it is played just like every other week.  I’ve been telling my guys that the game is still played one down at a time. We’re going to go out there and leave everything on the field.”

Vegas has both match-ups at a virtual tie with slight advantages going to the top seeds for their strong performances throughout the season.  


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