Duffy's Hangovers became the second team to break the 200-point barrier this season after posting 201.4 points against Rogers' AmmoDogs. After beginning the season in last place, Duffy is now 4-3 and in the playoff hunt.
Schmidt's squad was once again dead on arrival, as Dead Again failed to break triple-digits, posting a pitiful 97.55 points against a powerful SoonerJack squad. After beginning the season 3-0 and looking like a lock for the playoffs, Schmidt is now 3-4 and on the outside looking in. Of course, at this point, anything can happen.
Cobb's Dogs of War have disappointed thus far this season, but week six proved to be just the medicine the Dogs needed to get back on track. The Dogs of War blew out DominationStation by a final tally of 162.05 - 76.7. After hearing of his dominating performance, Cobb has this to say, "Seriously? I just realized I forgot to update my lineup. Hell yeah! I've been drunk since last weekend." Although the win was a big one, Cobb still finds himself in 12th place. It will take several more weeks of 160+ points to dig himself out of that hole.
Jessen was on the wrong end of this week's biggest blowout, losing handily after posting a meager 76.7 points. With his starting QB on a bye, his replacement was injured in the first quarter of MNF, giving Jessen an amazing 3.45 points. Two more starters posted goose eggs for the 'Station. The loss drops Jessen into 8th place, but he is still very much alive in the playoff hunt.
Hastings' ThroatPunchers find themselves number one after having the top score for a second time in five weeks, defeating Leal's Norman Nobody's 177.25-141.8. The 177 points knocked Cliburn's Arrogant Americans out of first place, as the ThroatPunchers now boast the most points in the league so far.
After beginning the season 3-0, Schmidt now stands at 3-2 after posting the least points in the league two consecutive weeks. His 104.05 points were almost 20 more than he posted last week, but it still was not enough.
Jessen's DominationStation put it all together this weekend and posted 196.3 points, the most in the league. He did so behind a solid effort from his QB and amazing performances from his TE and DEF. Congratulations, Jessen on such a fine effort.
. . . and here lies Schmidt. After starting the season 3-0, his DeadAgain squad came back to Earth in a big way, posting a mere 88.85 points. When 15.4 points is the best anyone on your team could muster, it doesn't bode well for the final outcome.