By: Joseph Myers
“Bluemonick” @ Rotogrinders.com
Week 2 kicks off tonight (99) @ 10 pm ET/9 pm CT on MTV2. Tampa Breeze @ Philiadelphia Passion. In LFL, this is one of the bigger rivilaries in the eastern conference with these two teams meeting last few years in playoff, notiably the champinship game last year. Although it’s being hyped, teh Tampa Breeze missing three of it’s offensive studs from offseason issues doesnt make a signifant difference fantasy wise. I won’t get into the specifics but there are other LFL players to fill their shoes.
As a reminder, the Weekly Fantasy Cap for the Fantazzle LFL Fantasy game are as follows:
$1,000,000 Fantasy Cap
QB, RB, RB, WR, WR, Off Flex, Def Flex, Def Flex
First of all, I feel heads and shoulder that there are two types of fantasy teams this week. Those with Marirose Roach and those without her. At $250k, she may be hard to include on your fantasy team. The good thing about her she is the starting running back and will likely take some snaps at quarterback this week. It should be noted that Roach lead all running backs in offensive stats last year, figuratively being the top fantasy player for intensive purposes.
At the quarterback slot this week, you either take Crawford $100k (starter for Breeze,I don’t feel Mariah Tiona $60k will cut it this week) or you take Christy Bell for $150K(allegedly starting under the helm this week.) Again, since Roach is listed at QB, she should be on your RB slot (or QB). Since I wanted Roach on my team (who knows she could take a majority of the snaps), I feel her at RB and took the leading Breeze signal caller in Crawford at the QB slot.
As I said in previous weeks, quarterbacks make or break your team in Fantasy Lingerie Football. Since Roach is listed at both QB and RB this week, I feel Roach is the must start (at RB, not QB) this week. Here’s why you should have potentially “2 Quarterbacks” on your team this week with Roach possibly taking snaps under center. Think Michael Vick, Roach is the same type of QB/RB hybrid for fantasy scoring purposes.
At running back, there are only three choices: Roach $250 (again), S. Steinmetz $150, and Jenny Butler $100. Why not take all of them, yes take all of them with one of them being your Flex, so essentially, your getting 2 QB’s and 3 RB’s (Roach x2, Crawford at QB, Steinmetz as second RB, and Butler for flex) on your team this week and we all know QB’s and RB’s score the most points in fantasy.
For WR’s, Liz Gorman $250k is the stud at WR, I couldn’t afford her. I wanted to take two equally mediocre players at WR from the same team in regards to price. Since after Gorman, the next too WR ranked on the later are Brittany Williams and Julie Rolfe at $100k each. Again, this and like future weeks, I used Jenny Butler (the backup RB who may be the 3rd Down/short yardage specialist) as my Offensive flex for $100, thus having ALL the running backs on my lineup.
For Defensive, it is noted that these players score the least amount of fantasy points and should be chosen last. If you go over budget, cut ties with some of your players at this roster slot. I took Heather Roy as she is regarded as the Defensive leader for the passion, and since I had $200k left after selecting my offensive flex, I feel two $100k players would be best for salary cap purposes. Since Adrian Purnell was the only Breeze player left for $100k, I chose her as it seemed logical.
To Recap, my Lingerie Fantasy Team for WEEK 3:
QB: D. Crawford TB $100K
RB: Marirose Roach PHI $250K
RB: S. Steinmetz TB $150K
WR: Brittany Williams TB $100K
WR: Julie Rolfe TB $100K
OFLEX: Jenny Butler PHI $100K
DFLEX: Heather Roy PHI $100K
DFLEX: Adrian Purnell TB $100K
Current LFL Fantasy League Overall Standing: 10th
Disclaimer: Please know, that I am no way shape or form affiliated or associated with LFL or Fantazzle, and these are my own personal opinions and thoughts. I claim no representation or ownership of LFL and/or Fantazzle trademarks.
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