1.) You KHunt See Me -
As of now, Albert's team stands as the lone undefeated team and the cream of the crop in the league after Week 3 as Kareem Hunt and Antonio Brown poise him to be a difficult matchup every week. With the addition of Hunter Henry he'll be able to improve from -0.4 points to a solid 0 points out of his sole weak spot at the TE slot.
2.) Colonel Sanders -
Brandon Shaffer suffers his first loss of the season with Chris Thompson on the bench, as well as a poor showing from a couple of key players. But with depth to die for and a solid core, he looks to take the top spot in the league from You KHunt See Me in a head to head matchup in Week 4.
3.) Kung Powell Chicken -
Jack Panther trades for Frank Gore and solidifies his starting lineup as he scores the 2nd most points in the league this week to improve to 2-1. Russell Wilson throwing for 4 TDs shouldn't be an expectation moving forward, but Kung Powell Chicken looks to have a good Week 4 against a softer matchup.
4.) MillionDalvinCookOff -
The former back to back champ, had his coming out party this week as Meade scores the most points in the league in a win against a respectable opponent. His RBs are solid, but without getting more than 1.8 points from a WR2 this year the question remains: where would he be without Todd Gurley?
5.) Fitzgerald Auto Mall -
Tom Brady descends from the heavens in the fourth quarter and saves a poor outing from Austin Vershel's squad this week. If a team was going to rely mostly on one offense to do its fantasy work, the Patriots are a good team to rely upon. The Patriots and Fitzgerald Auto Mall meet the Panthers and a winless Richard Mixon squad in Week 4.
6.) JacquizzInMyPants -
With the return of Odell Beckham Jr, the defending league champion Ian Grife edges out an important win on Monday night. With a solid cast of WRs moving forward, his RBs remain inconsistent. That unpredictability coupled with questionable play from Roethlisberger and poor TE health leave a lot of question marks for the league's belt holder.
7.) HydeYoWifeFromZeke -
After a breakout performance in Week 1, it seems that Mr. Machak can't get his players to all play well on the same week after falling short on Monday night this week. With a good core of guys he is not far from competing with the big boys, but he will have to find a way to win without relying on a big week from his comrade in first names: Matthew Stafford.
8.) Keenan & Kelley -
A dangerous nucleus of RBs and WRs keeps Tommy Burns within spitting distance of the leaders despite falling to 1-2. Once he figures out a way to get consistent production from his TE position the rest of the league could be in trouble.
9.) Dakstreet Boyz -
It's a long way from Week 1 when he only dropped 55 points, but Howie remains a dangerous team due to his dangerous depth at RB and WR. But that depth is a blessing and a curse. Howie K has important choices to make each week, but if he starts the right guys he'll beat you. He aims to jump a lot of slots in the power rankings with a win in Week 4 against Kung Powell Chicken.
10.) Richard Mixon -
Brian Schumm scores the third most points in the league this week but ends up losing anyway and remains winless. LMAO! That fucking blows. But it is starting to look like known woman puncher and Bengals RB Joe Mixon has emerged as a solid fantasy RB earlier in the season than people had anticipated. If Le'Veon can begin to produce on a consistent basis for him Brian could quickly jump right back into contention.
11.) Breesus Christ -
If I asked Sean Wenner why his team has performed poorly this year, that is all he would need only say two words to me: "Injuries. Suspension." and I would agree. It seems like Sean is in contention every year but this year he looks to climb a taller mountain than usual. Willie Snead comes back this week and Sean will be praying that Drew Brees throws him many TD passes on Sunday morning in London.
12.) Jaboo Wins -
Why do bad things happen to good people? Mr. Capobianco has undoubtedly asked himself this question after witnessing his fantasy team flounder this season. Regardless, Matt still has a handful of reliable contributors that should bounce back in the coming weeks.