By Steven Van Tassell (@SteveVT33)

Five NFL games came down to the wire this past week. The Lions 29-27 victory over the Vikings on a TD pass from Jared Goff to Amon-Ra St. Brown with no time left on the clock was the first one and the only early game to come down to the final play. On late Sunday, we had three close games decided late. In Las Vegas, new Football Team kicker Brian Johnson, their fourth kicker of the season, drilled a 48-yard FG with 37 seconds left to give the Football Team a 17-15 victory over the Raiders. After a Lamar Jackson to Sammy Watkins TD pass with 12 seconds left brought the Ravens to within a point of the Steelers, Ravens Coach John Harbaugh decided to go for the win with a 2-pt conversion try. It was unsuccessful and the Steelers squeaked out a 20-19 victory. San Francisco marched 95 yards down the field in Seattle in the final drive of the game that started when they recovered a fumble on their own 2 yard line with 4:03 on the clock. The final drive ended on the Seattle 3 yard line with 22 seconds left after an incomplete pass on fourth down ended the 49ers’ hopes of tying the game. Finally, an interesting Monday Night Football game closed with Buffalo trying to drive down the field in 25-30 mile per hour winds to score a TD to overtake New England. The drive ended just after the two minute warning with Myles Bryant knocking down a fourth and 14 pass from Josh Allen to preserve the Patriots’ 14-10 victory. All in all, it was an exciting week of NFL football to say the least.

Dynasty Owner had some close games with playoff implications that came down to the finish of Monday Night Football as well. In League #80545, Quaranteam probably thought their chances to win were slim as they lead Weirdbeard by a score of 109.73 to 104.8 with only Cole Beasley and Dawson Knox on their Bench to go against Zack Moss and Tyler Bass in Weirdbeard’s Starting lineup. The low scoring game plus Bass’ missed 33-yard FG helped Quaranteam to hold on to win 111.11 to 110.1 and move into second place with a 9-4 record. Weirdbeard dropped to 8-5 and sits in fifth place. Both teams will make the playoffs, but Quaranteam is in prime position for a first round bye now.

A newcomer to the Chase for the Ring Top 25 (DixieNormus) also had a close call in their League #76061 match-up with Ship it up. DixieNormus was leading by only 3.86 points (161.23 to 157.37) heading into Monday Night Football, but only had Devin Singletary left on their Bench, while Ship it up had Jakobi Meyers in their Starting lineup and N’Keal Harry on their Bench. Meyers was selected by Jay Pounds (@jaypoundsnfl)as his Value of the Game in his Monday Night Football preview article, so of course, he ended up with a Blutarsky (0.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points). Harry got -3.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points for inexplicably attempting to field a punt. Ship it up scored negative points on Monday night and ended up losing by a score of 162.13 to 156.62.

If anyone else had a close game come down to the wire on Monday Night Football, or even Sunday night if you didn’t have any Bills or Patriots on your team, let me know by sending me a tweet (@SteveVT33). Hopefully you weren’t relying on big points on Monday Night Football, or a TD from Josh Allen down the wire. If so, your Dynasty Owner team likely lost.

It’s also down to the wire in the race for the Dynasty Owner playoffs with just one week left for teams to punch their ticket, or be relegated to the Loser’s Bracket. Other teams might be trying to secure that first round bye to guarantee themselves a top four finish to the season and an easier route to their League Championship.

You know what teams aren’t worrying about making the playoffs or securing a first round bye? It’s the remaining three undefeated Dynasty Owner teams coming into Week 13. Let’s find out how they did and if any of their games came down to the wire?

Team NameLeagueWeek 13 ResultChase PositionChange
DynastyTradeSchool (Mad Minshew)27458Win3rdNone
Detroit’s Finest74733Win15thUp 8
The HipHopOpatomus70068Loss96thDown 44

We are down to only two undefeated teams as The HipHopOpatomus lost their match-up this week to Quaranteam by a wide margin (155.08 to 111.30). Neither DynastyTradeSchool (Mad Minshew) nor Detroit’s Finest had much to worry about as they both won by around 50.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points. Both of them are facing teams who could make the playoffs with an upset victory and spoil the undefeated season for their league mates.

Neither one will be our Week 14 Match-up of the Week as I’m on the lookout for a pair of teams who are really fighting for their playoff lives. If you and your opponent are in the playoffs with a victory and out with a loss, then I’m looking to feature your match-up this week. Let me know on Twitter (@SteveVT33) like FiTz Of FuRy did and maybe your team can be in the spotlight.

All stats cited are based on the Standard Dynasty Owner scoring system as outlined in the updated Dynasty Owner Constitution. Standard Dynasty Owner scoring gives you .1 points for every yard rushing or receiving, .1 point for every 2 yards passing, 1 point per reception, 6 points for a rushing, receiving or passing touchdown and 2 points for a successful 2-point conversion (rushing, receiving, or passing). Interceptions or fumbles lost cost you 3 points, while a fumble that is recovered by the player’s team is a loss of only 1 point. Bonus points are available for 100-199 yards rushing (2 points), 200 yards rushing or receiving (6 points), 300-399 yards passing (1 point) and 400 yards passing (4 points). There is also a 3 point bonus for clutch scoring, which is a score that results in a lead change in the final two minutes of the 4th quarter or overtime. Kickoff and punt return touchdowns are worth 6 points for the player and kickoff and punt returns are worth 1 point for every 40 yards.

Standard Dynasty Owner scoring for kickers gives you 1 point for every extra point, while a missed extra point will cost you 1 point. It’s 2 points for a field goal of between 0 and 39 yards, 4 points for a field goal between 40 and 49 yards and 5 points for a field goal of 50 yards or longer. A missed field goal of between 0 and 39 yards will cost you 3 points, while a miss of 40 yards or more is a loss of 2 points.

For the purposes of this article, ADP and Dynasty Owner rostered percentage statistics were current as of the morning of December 7th.

Dynasty Owner Player of the Week

Our thirteenth Dynasty Owner Player of the Week for 2021 is someone who everyone knows, a lot of people love, and everybody should recognize as the G.O.A.T. That’s right. Our winner this week is: Tom Brady

You might disagree with me calling him the G.O.A.T. but who else has 7 Super Bowl rings? Who else has led his team to 14 conference championship games and won 10 of them? Who else has a website that categories all of his records (https://www.tombradyrecords.com/) that I learned about two minutes before typing out this sentence? And this week, he adds his first Dynasty Owner Player of the Week honor of 2021 by scoring the most Dynasty Owner fantasy points this week with 40.3 (368 passing yards, 4 passing TDs, -1 rushing yard, 1 INT). He just edged out 49ers TE George Kittle who had 39.6 Dynasty Owner fantasy points for the honor, but the G.O.A.T. would still have been the overall #1 player in Dynasty Owner even if he hadn’t. That’s because he is 20.5 Dynasty Owner fantasy points ahead of the #2 overall player (Justin Herbert) and on pace to score more than 500 Dynasty Owner fantasy points this season. At the age of 44, he is not only is the highest scoring Dynasty Owner player this season, but he is also leading the NFL in completions (347), passing yards (3,771) and passing TDs (34), while also completing over two-thirds (68.3%) of his pass attempts.

Week 13 Points: 40.3

2021 Salary: $25,000,000

Cost per Point: $620,347

Congratulations to the G.O.A.T. on winning his first Dynasty Owner Player of the Week honor of the 2021 season and second one of his history making career.

Dynasty Owner Value Player of the Week

Because this is Dynasty Owner and we’re all looking for value from the players on our roster, we also have the Value Player of the Week. The thirteenth Dynasty Owner Value Player of the Week for the 2021 season is: Deonte Harris

We will celebrate Harris’ accomplishments in Week 13 for his Dynasty Owners who are all hopefully playing for a League Championship (or at least the extra first round pick by winning the Loser’s Bracket) when he is eligible to return from his three-game suspension for an off-season DUI. Way back on Thursday night, Harris hadn’t done too much until he caught a 70-yard TD pass from Taysom Hill with a little over two minutes left in the Saints’ 27-17 loss to the Cowboys. That gave Harris 20.8 Dynasty Owner fantasy points for the evening (4 receptions, 96 receiving yards, 1 receiving TD, 3 rushing yards, 37 return yards) and combined with his rock-bottom undrafted rookie free agent salary from 2019 of $588,333, was enough to make him the best value of the week in Dynasty Owner. While it was the best performance of his career, it was the seventh time this season that Harris has scored double-digit Dynasty Owner fantasy points.

Week 13 Points: 20.8

2021 Salary: $588,333

Cost per Point: $28,285

Congratulations Deonte on the first Dynasty Owner Value Player of the Week honor of your career.

Honorable mention this week to Atlanta WR Russell Gage. Gage lost a fumble during the Falcons’ first drive of the second half, and if he had held on to the ball, he would have been the Value Player of the Week. Gage had 21.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (11 receptions, 130 receiving yards, 1 fumble lost), which was 0.2 more points than Harris, but makes just under $66,000 more in salary so his cost per point was higher. Gage set new career highs in receptions (11) and receiving yards (130) in a game. It was his second career game with over 100 receiving yards. Gage won this award in Week 14 last season and his cost per point of $31,145 would have been good enough to be Value Player of the Week on four other occasions this season, but not this week.

Week 13 Points: 21.0

2021 Salary: $654,049

Cost per Point: $31,145

Players Who Should Have Been Starters This Week

Next, we look at those players who should have been one of your Starters based on their performance in Week 13. These are players who might normally be on your Bench or Practice Squad (with a couple not even on many Dynasty Owner rosters), but likely weren’t Starters in Week 13 when they should have been.

QB: Jared Goff (DET) – 29.9 points

Congratulations to Jared Goff and the Detroit Lions on their first victory of the 2021 NFL season. All it took was a 14 play, 75 yard drive with 1:50 left on the game clock from Goff in which he completed nine passes to five different receivers. Four out of the last five completions were to WR Amon-Ra St. Brown including the 11-yard TD with no time left on the clock. Goff had 29.9 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (296 passing yards, 3 passing TDs, 1 rushing yard, 1 INT and 1 fumble lost) in the victory. It was his best game in a Lions uniform since Week 1 against San Francisco when he had 38.3 Dynasty Owner fantasy points. In between those performances, it hasn’t been very good for Goff as he came into Week 13 averaging just 15.4 Dynasty Owner fantasy points per game and as the QB28 for the 2021 season. With his $33.5 million salary, he is rostered in only 1.2% of Dynasty Owner leagues. Not sure what teams have been hanging on to Goff, but congratulations if you did and got the victory in your Dynasty Owner game this week because you had him in your Starting lineup.

RB: Sony Michel (LAR) – 23.9 points

In his best game in the history of Dynasty Owner, Rams RB Sony Michel had 23.9 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (121 rushing yards, 1 rushing TD, 3 receptions, 8 receiving yards) in place of injured Rams RB Darrell Henderson. It was Michel’s first 100 yard rushing game since Week 3 of the 2020 season. He also tied his career high in receptions (3) and targets (4), which is not surprising to me as a New England Patriots fan since he averaged just barely over one target per game in his Patriots’ career. In three seasons in New England, he played in 38 games and had 26 receptions for 258 receiving yards on 40 targets. The 121 rushing yards on 24 carries was a surprise as well, but seeing him on the field in passing situations and catching passes was more of a surprise. Michel played on 66 out of the Rams 68 plays on offense as a result of Henderson not playing despite being active. It’s the game that everyone who drafted Michel and kept him on their Dynasty Owner roster have been waiting for since he was traded to the Rams in late August. Hopefully they discounted the news that Henderson was active and put Sony in their Starting lineup this week.

WR: Amon-Ra St. Brown (DET) – 27.8 points

As the recipient of the TD pass that gave the Lions their first victory of the season, Amon-Ra St. Brown received the 3 point clutch scoring bonus on the first TD of his NFL career. The rookie WR from USC was expected to be one of the Lions’ top pass catchers this season as evidenced by his ADP of 134.6 in Dynasty Owner start-up drafts, but has failed to capitalize on the opportunity by producing only 76.2 Dynasty Owner fantasy points in 11 games (6.9 points per game) prior to this week. In the victory, St. Brown totaled 27.8 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (10 receptions, 86 receiving yards, 1 receiving TD, 2 rushing yards) and laid his claim to the WR1 spot in Detroit that many have handed over to Josh Reynolds. Regardless of who is the WR1 in Detroit, they are clearly behind, or should be behind, both TE T.J. Hockenson and RB D’Andre Swift in the Lions’ offensive game plan. With Swift out, St. Brown stepped up and hopefully had a spot in your Dynasty Owner Starting lineup.

TE: Evan Engram (NYG) – 10.1 points

It only took 10.1 Dynasty Owner fantasy points to crack the top 10 TEs this week and possibly the lowest point total in this section of the weekly recap article in its history. With George Kittle, Dallas Goedert and Rob Gronkowski all scoring two TDs and in excess of 20.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points, highlighting a player like Engram who only had 4 receptions for 61 receiving yards (10.1 Dynasty Owner fantasy points) seems odd. It’s true that both Kittle, and Gronkowski were outside of the top 12 TEs at the start of Week 13, but Kittle has missed three games this season, while Gronkowski has missed five games. Both are Starting TEs when healthy and should have been in your Starting lineup this week. Engram is another matter as he had far fewer Dynasty Owner fantasy points prior to Week 13 than both of them (25.4 fewer than Kittle and 23.8 fewer than Gronkowski) despite playing in more games (9) this season. Engram was the best TE who is widely rostered in Dynasty Owner (85.8%), but unlikely to have been in a lot of Starting lineups. It was close, but he should have been there this week.

Honorable mention to a TE who is rostered in no Dynasty Owner leagues, so he couldn’t have been in anybody’s Starting lineup (or on their Bench either). Detroit Lions’ rookie backup TE Brock Wright had 10.8 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (2 receptions, 28 receiving yards, 1 receiving TD) in the Lions’ last second victory. With a salary of only $660,000 for one year, Wright wasn’t on the roster of any Dynasty Owner teams when he caught the first TD pass of his NFL career despite the fact that there are over 40 Dynasty Owner teams with Detroit in their name. Maybe one of them will add him after this week’s Starting lineup worthy performance.

K: Riley Patterson (DET) – 12.0 points

Riley Patterson’s first NFL game came on Thanksgiving Day. He made both of his PAT attempts. In his second game, he had two more successful PAT attempts and three FGs (31, 41 and 49 yards) to score a total of 12.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points. He is the fourth kicker for the Lions and the Lions are his third team this season, which probably explains why he is on so few Dynasty Owner rosters (21.3%) with a salary of just $660,000. Patterson was even denied the opportunity to add a third extra point as the Lions’ game winning TD came with no time left on the clock and there was no need to make the PAT attempt. While both Jake Elliott and Matt Gay had more Dynasty Owner fantasy points this week (15.0 and 14.0 respectively), they were likely in your Starting lineup as top 12 kickers. Patterson was probably in very few Starting lineups but would have looked nice there for your Dynasty Owner team this past week.

Players Who Should Have Been on the Bench or Practice Squad

For every player who should have been in your Starting lineup but wasn’t, we have at least one highly drafted or highly ranked player who probably was in your Starting lineup, but would have been better left on your Bench or Practice Squad. Here are some likely Starters who scored only a few, none or negative Dynasty Owner fantasy points in Week 13. All of them should have been riding your Dynasty Owner Bench or hanging out on the Practice Squad.

QB: Patrick Mahomes (KC) – 13.4 points

If you look at the number of Dynasty Owner fantasy points, it wasn’t a terrible week for the top QBs in Dynasty Owner as usually there’s one or more with single-digit Dynasty Owner fantasy points. However, in terms of weekly ranking, Mahomes was the QB23 for the week with his 13.4 Dynasty Owner fantasy point performance (184 passing yards, 12 rushing yards, 1 rushing TD, 1 INT). This marks the fifth time in his last six games that he has scored less than 20.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points. There were a couple of other top QBs who were close to Mahomes in scoring this week as Josh Allen only had 14.1 Dynasty Owner fantasy points, Dak Prescott had 14.6 Dynasty Owner fantasy points and Carson Wentz had 14.7 Dynasty Owner fantasy points. A few lower ranked Week 13 Starting QBs had a lot fewer points, but Dynasty Owners shouldn’t have had any of them (Trevor Lawrence, Mike Glennon, Tyrod Taylor or Mac Jones) in their Starting lineup. As everyone knows, Mac Jones only attempted three passes on Monday night and because of the kneel downs at the end of the game, he ended up with -0.4 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (19 passing yards, -3 rushing yards, 1 fumble). With the weather forecast for Buffalo known days in advance, nobody should have put Jones in their Starting lineup. However, plenty of them likely had Mahomes there when he should have been on their Bench.

RB: James Robinson (JAC) – 1.5 points

Carlos Hyde had more snaps, touches and Dynasty Owner fantasy points for the Jacksonville Jaguars than James Robinson this week. Hyde is averaging 3.8 yards per touch, while Robinson is averaging 5.4. With thanks to Matt the Jerk for introducing me to his opportunities metric, Robinson has 155.7 Dynasty Owner fantasy points on 165 touches, or .94 points per touch. Hyde has 42.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points on 82 touches, .51 points per touch. It’s baffling to me that Urban Meyer could play Hyde more than Robinson in a game in which Robinson is healthy enough to play. Robinson had an early fumble, which resulted in his benching in favor of Hyde, and ended up receiving 9 touches and scoring only 1.5 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (24 rushing yards, 1 reception, 11 receiving yards, 1 fumble lost). Hyde had 10 touches and 6.3 Dynasty Owner fantasy points, which included a rushing TD. Since returning from injury, Robinson had averaged 13.9 Dynasty Owner fantasy points per game and his Dynasty Owners likely figured that he was a safe player to have in their Starting lineup. It wasn’t to be as Urban Meyer and his baffling coaching made Robinson someone who should have been on your Dynasty Owner Bench.

Dishonorable mention to Darrell Henderson who was “active” for the Rams game but never actually played and thus got his Dynasty Owners a Blutarsky (0.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points). When the game inactives were announced and Henderson wasn’t on it, many Dynasty Owners likely kept him in their Starting lineups, which ended up being a huge mistake. Boston Scott also deserves to be mentioned as the same thing happened with him, but since Scott was well outside of the top 24 RBs, fewer Dynasty Owners were likely to start him than Henderson.

WR: Every New England Patriots WR – -2.1 points combined

In case you didn’t hear about it, the New England Patriots won a NFL football game on Monday night in which they attempted only three passes. Those passes were evenly distributed to a TE (1 to Jonnu Smith), RB (1 to Brandon Bolden) and WR (1 to Nelson Agholor). With only one target among all four of them (we’ll leave out Gunner Olszewski who returns kicks and Matthew Slater who plays on special teams), the Patriots WRs ended up combining for a total of -2.1 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (9 rushing yards and 1 fumble lost). Nelson Agholor was the highest scoring Patriots WR with 0.6 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (6 rushing yards), Kendrick Bourne had 0.3 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (3 rushing yards), Jakobi Meyers had a Blutarsky (0.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points), and N’Keal Harry had -3.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points as he was charged with a fumble on a botched punt return that grazed his helmet when he should haven’t been near it. Harry did have a couple of good blocks on the Patriots’ TD and 2-pt conversion, but those don’t matter to his Dynasty Owners. Hopefully everyone with a Patriots WR got the news about the windy weather expected for Monday night early in the week and got Bourne, Meyers, Agholor and Harry out of their lineups for guys who played on Sunday.

TE: Hunter Henry (NE) – 0.0 points

With the Patriots not passing, Hunter Henry only played 15 snaps compared to 39 for Jonnu Smith. The Pats also lined up six offensive linemen with backup lineman Mike Onwenu on the field for 31 snaps, which lessened the need for Henry to play much. As a result of this diminished playing time, Henry had no targets and a Blutarsky (0.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points). While Jonnu Smith had just 2.1 Dynasty Owner fantasy points (1 reception, 12 receiving yards, -1 rushing yard), he was an offensive juggernaut compared with Henry and the Patriots WRs. Hopefully Dynasty Owners with Henry on their roster (72.8% of leagues) saw the weather reports and took Henry out of their Starting lineups.

Dishonorable mention to Gerald Everett of the Seattle Seahawks. Everett was outside of the top 12 TEs, but may have gotten some Dynasty Owners to put him in their Starting lineup after his 14.7 Dynasty Owner fantasy point performance (5 receptions, 37 receiving yards, 1 receiving TD) against Washington on Monday Night Football. Instead of a repeat performance, they got -1.3 Dynasty Owner fantasy points despite only one fewer catch as Everett lost two fumbles to go along with his four receptions for seven yards. Hopefully Dynasty Owners had Everett on their Practice Squad, instead of in their Starting lineup or on their Bench.

K: Tyler Bass (BUF) – 0.0 points

Nothing like sustained winds of 25-30 miles per hour and gusts up to 50-60 miles per hour to make a kicker want to go out and perform his job. That’s the spot that Tyler Bass was in on Monday night. Bass had three kicking attempts (2 FGs and 1 PAT) and made two of them in the challenging winds. However, the miss was from 33 yards out and cost his Dynasty Owners 3.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy points. That offset the 3.0 points he received for the successful 35 yard FG (worth 2.0 points) and the PAT (worth 1.0 point).

Dishonorable mention to Jets rookie kicker Alex Kessman who missed his only two PAT attempts after Jets TDs on their first two drives and then got no further kicking attempts in the game. He was released on Monday as a result of his -2.0 Dynasty Owner fantasy point game. Fortunately, only a few Dynasty Owners (1.8%) had grabbed Kessman off the Free Agent Auction and could have put him in their Starting lineup or Bench. However, this performance was so poor that it merited mentioning here.

Dynasty Owner Match-up of the Week Recap – bobs vs. FiTz Of FuRy

In a close game that ended up coming down to the wire, bobs defeated FiTz Of FuRy by a score of 146.56 to 141.22. With the victory by bobs, both teams now have 9-4 records and are separated by just 8.4 Dynasty Owner fantasy points for third and fourth place in League #32994. It’s possible that these teams will face off again in the first round of the playoffs as the fourth and fifth seeds as neither has clinched a bye and cannot finish in either first or sixth place.

As anticipated, this game came down to Monday Night Football with bobs holding a slim 1.18 point lead. They had the advantage with Tyler Bass in their Starting lineup and Damien Harris on their Bench, but FiTz Of FuRy had Matt Breida on their Bench. Harris ended up with 19.1 Dynasty Owner fantasy points compared to only 2.48 for Breida to stretch the bobs’ lead and give them the victory by 5.34 points. This prevented the decision to keep Darrell Henderson in their Starting lineup from costing bobs a much needed victory. FiTz Of FuRy had more points from their Starting lineup (130.8 to 128.08), but Harris, Joe Burrow (19.6 Dynasty Owner fantasy points) and James Conner (19.1 Dynasty Owner fantasy points) had enough points on bobs’ Bench to overcome the deficit from their Starters. Terry McLaurin underperformed for FiTz Of FuRy with just 5.2 Dynasty Owner fantasy points and everyone on their Bench scored in the single-digits except Teddy Bridgewater (14.5 Dynasty Owner fantasy points) and Logan Thomas (13.8 Dynasty Owner fantasy points).

Chase for the Ring Leaderboard

None of these teams in the Chase for the Ring are coming down to the wire in terms of their playoff hopes. However, with a week of the regular season remaining and league playoffs to go, it’ll definitely come down to the final week before someone becomes the 2021 Ring Champion.

The top five teams remain in place after Week 13. The Road Warriors and SKOL Vikings (League #31927) are in first and second place with the margin for The Road Warriors decreasing very slightly by 1.7 Dynasty Owner fantasy points. DynastyTradeSchool (Mad Minshew) stayed undefeated and in third place, while Havana Club 79 stayed in fourth place, but lost by a score of 163.95 to 136.35 to FC Pinar DR. Blaze’s Backyard Burners went into Monday Night Football with a lead of less than .5 points, but held on to win and stay in fifth place.

After that, there was quite a bit of change. All Might also lost (201.63 to 165.73 to The Football Factory), but moved up from eighth place into sixth place. SKOL Vikings (League #31831) jumped up from tenth place to seventh place. There are also new teams in the final three spots in the Top 10 as Oh God Dalvins Cookin is in eighth place now, moving up an impressive 13 places from last week. Richie Incognito is in ninth place as they moved up from thirteenth place and ODBs are in tenth place, up one spot from eleventh place last week. Dropping out of the Top 10 are Thee Camel Toe Jockey who went from sixth to fourteenth place after losing their second game in three weeks, juan blanco who dropped five spots from seventh to twelfth place and John Boy’s Bolts who dropped three spots from eighth to eleventh place. Both juan blanco and John Boy’s Bolts did emerge victorious this week.

Conclusions

I wonder how many close games there will be in the NFL and Dynasty Owner in Week 14. One can never tell in the NFL, but a couple of games with playoff ramifications, like Baltimore-Cleveland and Dallas-Washington, have the potential to go down to the wire. Not to mention, the Monday Night Football match-up between the Los Angeles Rams and Arizona Cardinals. That game should feature a lot of scoring by prominent players. Lots of Dynasty Owners will be watching to see if their Dynasty Owner team is going to win in their regular season finale. A victory could mean that their team is making the playoffs or maybe getting a first round bye, while a loss could have them thinking about how they are going to win the Loser’s Bracket tournament. By the time the next recap article is ready to go, everyone will know if they are in the playoffs or the Loser’s Bracket and whether or not they have a game to play in Week 15 or a bye.

Every week including the final week of the regular season and Dynasty Owner playoffs, Dynasty Owners get the following content to help them in their quest to win their League and compete in the Chase for the Ring. First, we have Jay Pounds doing the Monday Night Football preview on Monday afternoons. His Free Agent Auction targets article and video appears on Tuesdays as well. Matt Morrison – The Jerk continues his Wednesday article and video series and then is back on Thursday afternoon with his Thursday Night Football preview. Finally, my article and video previewing the rest of the weekly slate of games will appear on Friday. Check it out to see how my Week 13 recommendations fared and what teams are featured in the final regular season Match-up of the Week.

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