Highest Combined Score Between Two Teams In A One-Round NFL Fantasy Football Game

Highest Combined Score Between Two Teams In A One-Round NFL Fantasy Football Game

United States Andy Pelphrey

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Stambaugh, Kentucky, United States / December 1, 2011

Andy Pelphrey and Timothy Casey earned a combined score of 5,086.5 points in a one-round NFL Fantasy Football game. Pelphrey earned 2,455.5 points while Casey earned 2,631 points in the game.

- must be a one-week playoff round
- must combine scores of both teams at end of the week for one total score

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  • United States Andy Pelphrey

    Andy Pelphrey

    I'll see what I can do Alex. It's a private league so I don't know if a link would do any good or not. I'll get with my league manager and see how he has got things set up. I know we do things alittle different than most leagues probally do. We start up to 2-3 quaterbacks/running backs/wide receivers in each spot. In each position where most leagues would start 1 player we have 2 or 3. I'll see what I can come up with on this. And I still say GO PATS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and Bengals!!!!!!!! woooooooooooooo!!

  • United States Alex Cunningham

    Alex Cunningham

    Could you include a link for us? I'm curious as to how your league's scoring works. I'm not suspecting cheating, but I'm still curious.

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