Week 13 PFCC Wrap: What Can Brown Do For You?

by: Sugar (December 3)

Who the hell is in charge of NFL scheduling, anyway? You know, when we started this PFCC gig, there were usually 15 games per weekend. Well, not anymore. With the networks figuring that the NFL should play not only on Mondays, but also Thursdays, there can be any where from 12-16 games per weekend. Toss in an early start in freaking London a time or two and you have one big clusterflub when it comes to tryiing to keep the PFCC game forms high and tight. You can also mix in the mandatory bye weeks for these multi-millionaires and we at dirty-dawg HQ are relegated to having you all ans...
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Week 14 PFCC Wrap

by: Sugar (December 14)

We've been busy making our list and checking it twice here at dirty-dawg.com World HQ, so we are running late with this week's PFCC summary. Hell, Week 15 is already underway! So, our sincerest apologies to C Thomas, who won Week 14 with 94 points and a 12-3 record. Kent Prochazka nailed 13 victories finishing as the Week 14 runner-up with 88 points. Brett Whitin finished 3rd with 86 points and an 11-4 mark. Congrats guys!

Mr. Brown maintained a wide margin over the rest of the competition after 14 weeks of play. Mr. Brown continued in 1st place with 847 points, which is 56 better than his closest co...
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PFCC Week 15 – NFC and College Hoops

By Dude

We’re now down to two weeks to go in PFCC 2014, and the Playoff and Harbaugh sweepstakes are heating up. The NFC Playoff picture in particular, is a mess. The best part is a scenario whereby the Panthers can actually take the NFC south with 6 wins ahead of a 7 win Saints team (hint, it involves a tie game during the last two weeks of the season). Of course, no team should make the playoffs (and host a first round game) with only 6 wins.

Over in the NFC Norris, the Lions and Packers are headed for a final Sunday Night Showdown in the last week of the season for the division title and a first round bye. Here’s hoping for a blizzard during a night game at Lambeau. The Lions have not won in that stadium in most people’s lifetimes, adding a bit more intrigue to the match-up. In the NFC East, the Cowboys took control in their showdown matchup with the Eagles, leaving Philly on the outside looking in with just two weeks to go.

In the NFC West, Arizona has already clinched a playoff spot, and Seattle sent message boards into meltdown mode with Harbaugh rumors after knocking the 49ers out of the playoffs. To be specific, its Jim Harbaugh to either the Raiders, Jets, or Wolverines, and John Harbaugh to either the Dolphins or Wolverines.

In the AFC, no one really cares since the Patriots have secured a spot in the Super Bowl.

In Dirty-Dawg land, Mr. Brown still has a comfortable lead, despite a slew of 14-1 records for the week. We think Mr. Brown will playing the Patriots in the Super Bowl. Our week 15 winner was Bill herman of Hoover AL, whose 14-1 record was good for 106 points, just 2 points better than Connie Werner, and Stephen Carboni (both of whom also had 14-1 records). In Group Play, You Said Watt has rallied to take the lead in a close competition, just ahead of Soggy Bottom Boys, and last week’s leader, ISIS.

Its also the time of year when I...
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Uptime Report for dirty dawg: Last 30 days

College Football

As of Week 15 of the 2014 Competition
1 Travis Washington868 147 65
2 Hank Bauer854 147 65
3 Doug Nave848 147 65
4 T Dub843 150 62
5 David Rowell835 148 64
6 Jon Zeitler833 146 66
7 Mike Johnson831 144 68
8 Judy Whaley830 143 69
9 Jason Hansford829 146 66
10 Kurt Van Speybroeck828 144 68
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Pro Football

As of Week 15 of the 2014 Competition
1 Mr Brown945 147 63
2 Clay Weir889 148 62
3 Bob Fogarty881 149 61
4 John Settelmaier870 147 63
5 Gary Petti861 150 60
6 Brandon Dunstan845 149 61
7 Victor Murphy843 145 65
8 Josh Boustead839 149 61
9 Kirk Caceres839 146 64
10 Chris Mayo839 144 66
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March Madness

For the 2014 Competition
1 Robert Ricks7576
2 Keith Ventimiglia7428
3 Dave Ratzlaff7270
4 Louis Tiberi7234
5 Brian Heath7197
6 Pat Vesper7191
7 Michael Juno7188
8 Cynthia Egbert7182
9 Todd Mogged7177
10 Michael Pence7161
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