repeats last year's surprise as he slides into first place with one
week to go. His ascension to #1 is nothing short of remarkable. Brave picks and a bunch of
luck led him to where he sits today.
can only sit back and wonder, maybe
thinking how-in-the-heck could that Saints kicker miss
that extra point. Yet there were other chances before this week, oh yes. Every one of us can attest to
that. So now,
has essentially a 3-game lead over
the tie-break advantage with his simultaneous #1 standing in the Replay Challenge. But #2
most certainly is up for grabs. While
may yet earn 2nd place in title, he
won't get the prize associated with it since he didn't contribute to the pot. If
second, 3rd place will get the 2nd place prize. As for Week 16's winner, the best record
of 12-4 is shared by
earned a non-winning record. With one
week to go, 2003 is almost in the books. But the playoffs have one more challenge in store
Replay Challenge # 9
Picking which teams will score the most points is certainly a crap shoot. Three teams scored
40+ points, with 7 people choosing GB at 41, 6 people choosing Minn at 45, and
choosing Pitt at 40. (Yeah, I rock.)
did the best, though,
earning almost 19 of 22 points.
did very well too, earning 18.5.
does shave a couple
points off of
overall lead, but
will have to trip up badly next week to give
first place away! Overall standings:
Tony - 120.5; Phil - 115.9; Tanya - 114.3.
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