Week 11 Literally Literate FFL Rankings

mad-scientist-movie1Hard at work, breaking down massive amounts of pseudoscientific data, in the never-ending quest of fantasy football domination.

Here’s the updated ranks for week 11 of the literally Literate Fantasy Football League:

wk 11 ranksWeek 11 Rankings:

1) [Br]eaking [Br]adshaw 151

2) Cousin Vinny’s Escort Services 132

3) Spacin’ Vaders 121

3) I Pitta the Fool 121

3) Dez Dispenser 121

6) Trophy Wife 116

7) The Blair Walsh Project 109

8) Don’t Call Me Rodney 100

9) Crawrsenal FC 96

10) Team Reese 94

Not a whole lot of action this week in the ranks. I’m still in the playoff hunt, and actually made a move I think will help me out for the rest of the season. I went ahead and traded Demaryius Thomas to The Blair Walsh Project for Alfred Morris.

My reasoning was this: I’ve wanted to trade Thomas before, but never got anything great in return during negotiations. Thomas has solidified himself as the go-to guy on the Broncos, racking up 5 TD’s in three weeks while Wes Welker and Eric Decker have been hauntingly lackluster the last few weeks.

The Broncos are going up against the Chiefs twice in the next three weeks, and although I have no doubt Manning would roll himself out on the field on a gurney at this point in his career, I could see something bad happening in the next few weeks with the pressure he’ll be facing from the opposing line.

My RB’s are now Frank Gore, Zac Stacy, Alfred Morris, Darren Sproles, and Shane Vereen, with Kendall Hunter as a handcuff. I feel that WR has been more hit or miss this year, and I also feel that with D. Thomas’ 3 TD’s last week, I may have gotten the most I possibly can out of him. Finding someone to post 8 points in his absence may be somewhat of a crapshoot, but I believe it is very much possible.

However, if I could move say 2 RB’s and Keenan Allen for a stud WR, I’d be all in!



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