Bruesch's SoonerJack squad was the first to reach the 200 point barrier this season, a feat that is much more impressive in 2010 due to the lowered points settings for return yards and defense. Scoring 204.5 points while getting 3.8, 2.9, and 1.7 points from three of his skill position players makes it that much more impressive. Of course, when you get 41, 36 and 31 points from three others, things have a way of evening out. Congratulations are in order for 2008's OiL champion, as he sets out in pursuit of his second championship.
On the other hand, Finch's Fuckwads failed to break the 100 point barrier with a pitiful performance against Jessen's DominationStation. Seven of 11 starters failed to hit double-digits for the 'wads, dooming the squad as Chris Johnson tried to do it all by himself. 24.5 points from CJ helps, but it can't overcome ineptitude on the level of the rest of the 'wads.
Rogers' Ammo Dogs rebounded from a pitiful 88-point performance last week to post the highest number of points for week two. With a 180-point effort, the Ammo Dogs took it to a former champion, SoonerJack.
Cobb's Dogs of War tucked tail and never really put up a fight against Cliburn's Arrogant Americans, posting double-digit points in a 64-point loss.
After two weeks, surprises abound in the OklahomIraqis league. Morgan, who we roundly criticized as having the worst draft in the league, is now 2-0 after beating his Baghdad roommate, Leal. Duffy, who had what was considered a great draft class, fell to 0-2 and last place in the league. Former champion Leal is now 0-2 and looking for a RB to help out a terrible Norman Nobodys ground game.
Heading into next week, the top two seeds play each other for control of the league entering week four. Listen to the DBF to hear the trash talk as the ThroatPunchers get ready to face the second-place Arrogant Americans
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Hastings' ThroatPunchers defeated Henderson's Darc Narcs in impressive fashion to start their 2010 championship defense: 166.6 - 133.2. Congratulations to Hastings for the high score of the week.
Unfortunately, Rogers sees his logo in this post on less positive terms. His AmmoDogs put up little fight in a 109.6 - 88.2 loss to Cobb's Dogs of War. Suck it up and do better next week, Ammo.