SCPC Week 17 Update, Sunday, December 29, 2013

SCPC Weekly Update

Week 17

Sunday, December 22th thru Saturday, December 28th, 2013

SCPC Season II Official Stats:

16 new games this week

1 new teams this week

No new owner/coaches this week

No new Guest Coaches this week

163 total games,  149 different teams, 11 owners/coaches, 3 Guest Coaches

0 teams eliminated from bowl eligibility

1 bowl eligible teams (six or more wins)

2 five win team still alive

3 four win team still alive

26 weeks 2 days remaining

Gooooooooood morning solitaire fans!  Welcome to the week 17 SCPC update on the final Sunday in 2013, December 29th.  The SCPC hopes everyone had a fabulous Christmas.  Clearly,  six individuals had a great holiday as they were able to play some solitaire MF.  Plus, they entered their game results in the SCPC.  The results of this week’s sixteen contests gave us the biggest shake-up in the standings so far in Season II.  We have our first bowl eligible team and have five others knocking on the door.  We are within a month of the halfway point in Season II and the post-season is just beginning to take shape.  Finally, we have a new number one team.  After a number of weeks at the top Andy McLauglin’s Dirty Birds of 2012 have been knocked out of the number one spot in the rankings.  The owner of the new number one team not only has the number one team, but is dominating the top ten as completely as anyone ever has.  He is a total and complete ‘fanatic’!

Mantaraydre’s Christmas wish came true when his Colorado Buffalos defeated the Aztecs of San Diego State 28-0. The win got the Buffs to a winning mark at after dropping their first two games of the year.  Colorado is now 3-2 and just outside the top ten at number eleven.  Dre posted a report card for the Buffalos so we can all see how his unique scoring system is playing out.  Now you can fill in the SCPC Rank section Dre.  Go Buffs!

Andy McLaughlin’s Dirty Birds are no longer number, but I’m sure he’ll have them back on the gridiron soon.  In Dirty Bird EFL holiday action  the 1970 San Francisco 49ers drop two games.  They lost to the 1970 Rams 17-14 and the 1973 Vikings 21-17.  Here is Andy’s totally awesome game post for the Rams vs. 49ers.  I just love the opening shots Andy does for each game.  What does your Viking look like?

I’m pretty excited to have finally completed the regular season in MPANMEFSL.  In the final game the Plum Creek Pioneers took care of business against the Caldwell Busties 28-6.. Playoffs start today I hope.

Brian Wittkop’s NMEFL had one result this week.  The Colorado Buffalos doubled up Georgia 26-13.  Brain’s Buffalos are now 4-0, closing in on the top ten, and are just two wins away from bowl eligibility.  Just a reminder to be checking the forum for the results of Brian’s annual Floral Bowl later this week.  I believe Brain has played this game to start the new year for over thirty years now.  That’s awesome!

Al used the holidays to more than double up his usual two games and reported five this week.  The Toxic Waste defeated the Bozos 35-32.  Simpson went nuts and some idiot put him on his fantasy bench.  The Moon Sharks defeated their fellow Munich team, the Third Reich, 45-42.  Orr Bitz went nuts and some idiot put him on his fantasy bench.   The Cows took out the upstart Fire Lizards 42-35.  Stan finally had a decent game and got the Cow offense going.  At least some idiot didn’t bench Stan too.  The Zombies jacked up the Union Jacks 42-35 and the Cadavers sent the Cherokee home on a trail of tears 24-18.  The Cadavers are now 4-0 and in the top ten at number nine.  Great stuff Al.  Could I make a few mid-week line-up changes?  All Al’s WMLMF action, game and fantasy results, is on the forum.

The fantasy man of the week, the king of Christmas solitaire, a complete eflfanatic, Chris LeMay wrapped up his awesome WLAPF AB I Tournament.  Some older game results were Florida 12 Memphis 9, Raiders 17 Packers 7, and Blazers 17 Bills 14.  In the AFL/WFL Championship game the Raiders pummeled Birmingham 35 – 7.  In the NFL/WFL Championship game the Packers got past the Blazers 35-28.  In the American Bowl Championship the Raiders ‘Just Won Baby’ over the Packers 29-21.  With the championship for the Raiders take over the number one ranking in the SCPC.  Oakland is 5-1-2 and has a whopping twenty-five point lead on the number two Blazers.  The Blazers however, at 6-2-1 and are the SCPC Season II’s first bowl eligible team.  Chris now has six of the top ten teams.  The question now is, with his broken arm healed up enough to go back to work, his tournament done, and gridiron games dancing in his head, what’s next for the eflfanatic?

That’s a wrap on week seventeen.  The first week of 2014 is guaranteed to bring something new.

Here’s the week’s top ten.

Rank

Team Name

Owner

Record

SCPC

Total

Last Week

1

Oakland Raiders – CL

Chris LeMay

5-1-2

84

3

2

Florida Blazers – CL

Chris LeMay

6-2-1

59

4

3

Green Bay Packers – CL

Chris LeMay

4-2-0

55

7

4

Houston Oilers – CL

Chris LeMay

3-2-0

42

6

5

Birmingham Americans – CL

Chris LeMay

3-2-1

40

2

6

2012 Atlanta Falcons – AM

Andy McLaughlin

5-1-0

39

1

7

Michigan Wolverines – BW

Brian Wittkop Sr

3-0-0

37

5

8

Buffalo Bills – CL

Chris LeMay

2-3-1

35

8

9

Cleveland Cadavers – AD

Al Dunham

4-0-0

29

NR

10

Midwest Mennonites – AD

Al Dunham

3-0-0

28

9

Dropped Out: Kentucky Wildcats (EM)

On The Move: Colorado Buffalos (Dre)  Colorado Buffalos (BW)

What a picture! What a set up! Rams vs. 49ers in the Dirty Bird EFL.

What a picture! What a set up! Rams vs. 49ers in the Dirty Bird EFL.

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