ESPN Fantasy Football – Semifinals Preview

Despite making a rookie mistake and not knowing the rules of the new league that I joined up with this year, My MICHIGAN GO BLUE team is still the top seed and has a semifinal matchup this week against a team that I have already beaten twice (currently the projected score is 153-138).  I didn’t know until the 11th round of the draft that passing TD’s = 6 points and that you play two quarterbacks each week … oops.  Come on Tyrod Taylor and Phillip Rivers.  I know, I can’t believe I am the top-seed either!  But I drafted Le’Veon Bell first and made some shrewd moves throughout the year.

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