N.A.S.A. Football
At least someone in Baltimore gets to sing.
Championship Match-Up
Middle River Marauders (8-4) Jesse Roberts at Mouse Rat
The Notable Games
New Mexico Heisenbergs at The Inline-Blockers
Gladstone Phoenix at The Gold Rush
The Irrelevant Games
Stevens Ducks at Greatest City
Cosmic Debris at Baltimore Alpinists
Hoboken Floods at Team Turkey
Gorgeous Georgeses at Team Otterbein
The Notable Closers at The Real McCoys

“You can’t win unless you win.”
— LeBron “King James” James, Miami Heat

At least someone in Baltimore gets to sing.

Championship Match-Up

  • Middle River Marauders (8-4) Jesse Roberts at Mouse Rat

The Notable Games

  • New Mexico Heisenbergs at The Inline-Blockers
  • Gladstone Phoenix at The Gold Rush

The Irrelevant Games

  • Stevens Ducks at Greatest City
  • Cosmic Debris at Baltimore Alpinists
  • Hoboken Floods at Team Turkey
  • Gorgeous Georgeses at Team Otterbein
  • The Notable Closers at The Real McCoys

“You can’t win unless you win.”

— LeBron “King James” James, Miami Heat

It’s Round 2 of the 2012 Playoffs for NASA.
Winner’s Bracket
New Mexico Heisenbergs at Mouse Rat
Middle River Marauders at The Inline-Blockers
Winner’s Consolation Ladder
Gladstone Phoenix at The Gold Rush
Consolation Ladder
Baltimore Alpinists at Greatest City
Hoboken Floods at Stevens Ducks
Cosmic Debris at Team Otterbein
The Notable Closers at Team Turkey
Gorgeous Georgeses at The Real McCoys



“If you can breathe, you can play.”
— Terrell Suggs, 2011 NFL Defensive Player of the Year

It’s Round 2 of the 2012 Playoffs for NASA.

Winner’s Bracket

  • New Mexico Heisenbergs at Mouse Rat
  • Middle River Marauders at The Inline-Blockers

Winner’s Consolation Ladder

  • Gladstone Phoenix at The Gold Rush

Consolation Ladder

  • Baltimore Alpinists at Greatest City
  • Hoboken Floods at Stevens Ducks
  • Cosmic Debris at Team Otterbein
  • The Notable Closers at Team Turkey
  • Gorgeous Georgeses at The Real McCoys

“If you can breathe, you can play.”

— Terrell Suggs, 2011 NFL Defensive Player of the Year

Week 13 brings up to the Playoffs!
New Mexico Heisenbergs at The Gold Rush
Gladstone Phoenix at Middle River Marauders
Stevens Ducks at Greatest City
Team Otterbein at Baltimore Alpinists
Hoboken Floods at Team Turkey
The Real McCoys at Cosmic Debris
Gorgeous Georgeses at The Notable Closers
Byes: Mouse Rat, The Inline-Blockers

“Don’t talk about — playoffs?! You kidding me?! Playoffs?!”
— Jim Mora, former Saints and Colts coach

Week 13 brings up to the Playoffs!

  • New Mexico Heisenbergs at The Gold Rush
  • Gladstone Phoenix at Middle River Marauders
  • Stevens Ducks at Greatest City
  • Team Otterbein at Baltimore Alpinists
  • Hoboken Floods at Team Turkey
  • The Real McCoys at Cosmic Debris
  • Gorgeous Georgeses at The Notable Closers
  • Byes: Mouse Rat, The Inline-Blockers

“Don’t talk about — playoffs?! You kidding me?! Playoffs?!”

— Jim Mora, former Saints and Colts coach

Week #12 brings us to Thanksgiving. Enjoy time with family, friends, football, and food!
Hoboken Floods at The Notable Closers
The Gold Rush at Cosmic Debris
Middle River Marauders at The Inline-Blockers
Stevens Ducks at Team Otterbein
New Mexico Heisenbergs at Greatest City
Mouse Rat at Baltimore Alpinists
The Real McCoys at Team Turkey
Gorgeous Georgeses at Gladstone Phoenix

“Thanksgiving dinners take 18 hours to prepare. They are consumed in 12 minutes. Half-times take 12 minutes. This is not coincidence.”
— Erma Bombeck, American Humorist

Week #12 brings us to Thanksgiving. Enjoy time with family, friends, football, and food!

  • Hoboken Floods at The Notable Closers
  • The Gold Rush at Cosmic Debris
  • Middle River Marauders at The Inline-Blockers
  • Stevens Ducks at Team Otterbein
  • New Mexico Heisenbergs at Greatest City
  • Mouse Rat at Baltimore Alpinists
  • The Real McCoys at Team Turkey
  • Gorgeous Georgeses at Gladstone Phoenix

“Thanksgiving dinners take 18 hours to prepare. They are consumed in 12 minutes. Half-times take 12 minutes. This is not coincidence.”

— Erma Bombeck, American Humorist

Milton lucked out this week. I was torn between using a photo of him or this guy.
The Notable Closers at Gorgeous Georgeses
Cosmic Debris at Hoboken Floods
The Inline-Blockers at The Gold Rush
Team Otterbein at Middle River Marauders
Greatest City at Stevens Ducks
Baltimore Alpinists at New Mexico Heisenbergs
Team Turkey at Mouse Rat
Gladstone Phoenix at The Real McCoys

“You don’t have to win it; just don’t lose it.”
— Ray Lewis, From Your Baltimore Ravens

Milton lucked out this week. I was torn between using a photo of him or this guy.

  • The Notable Closers at Gorgeous Georgeses
  • Cosmic Debris at Hoboken Floods
  • The Inline-Blockers at The Gold Rush
  • Team Otterbein at Middle River Marauders
  • Greatest City at Stevens Ducks
  • Baltimore Alpinists at New Mexico Heisenbergs
  • Team Turkey at Mouse Rat
  • Gladstone Phoenix at The Real McCoys

“You don’t have to win it; just don’t lose it.”

— Ray Lewis, From Your Baltimore Ravens

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Bills vs Dolphins
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Bills vs Dolphins

Properly buffalo your opponent by making sure your line up is all set. 

We’re into the double digits, it’s Week 10! Time certainly does fly. I was hoping that Alex and I would play when we were both winless. May the worst best team win.
The Real McCoys at The Notable Closers
Gorgeous Georgeses at Cosmic Debris
Hoboken Floods at The Inline-Blockers
The Gold Rush at Team Otterbein
Middle River Marauders at Greatest City
Stevens Ducks at Baltimore Alpinists
New Mexico Heisenbergs at Team Turkey
Mouse Rat at Gladstone Phoenix

“You do things when the opportunities come along. I’ve had periods in my life when I’ve had a bundle of ideas come along, and I’ve had long dry spells. If I get an idea next week, I’ll do something. If not, I won’t do a damn thing.”
—Warren Buffett, not relation to Jimmy

We’re into the double digits, it’s Week 10! Time certainly does fly. I was hoping that Alex and I would play when we were both winless. May the worst best team win.

  • The Real McCoys at The Notable Closers
  • Gorgeous Georgeses at Cosmic Debris
  • Hoboken Floods at The Inline-Blockers
  • The Gold Rush at Team Otterbein
  • Middle River Marauders at Greatest City
  • Stevens Ducks at Baltimore Alpinists
  • New Mexico Heisenbergs at Team Turkey
  • Mouse Rat at Gladstone Phoenix

“You do things when the opportunities come along. I’ve had periods in my life when I’ve had a bundle of ideas come along, and I’ve had long dry spells. If I get an idea next week, I’ll do something. If not, I won’t do a damn thing.”

—Warren Buffett, not relation to Jimmy
Your line up. Colts vs Jaguars for another Thursday Night Football.

Your line up. Colts vs Jaguars for another Thursday Night Football.

The stats - Doug Martin, 25 rushes for 251 and 4 touchdowns. Kelly - happy. This is one for the history books. We have a new Spygate high of the year.
Week 1 Stevens Ducks - 136.3
Week 2 Gladstone Phoenix - 141.6
Week 3 Team Otterbein - 151.1
Week 4 Middle River Marauders - 144.2
Week 5 The Gold Rush - 144.6
Week 6 The Notable Closers - 155.9
Week 7 The Notable Closers - 118.8
Week 8 The Inline Blockers - 136.9
Week 9 The Gold Rush - 159

The stats - Doug Martin, 25 rushes for 251 and 4 touchdowns. Kelly - happy. This is one for the history books. We have a new Spygate high of the year.

Week 1
Stevens Ducks - 136.3

Week 2
Gladstone Phoenix - 141.6

Week 3
Team Otterbein - 151.1

Week 4
Middle River Marauders - 144.2

Week 5
The Gold Rush - 144.6

Week 6
The Notable Closers - 155.9

Week 7
The Notable Closers - 118.8

Week 8
The Inline Blockers - 136.9

Week 9
The Gold Rush - 159

Hello, league. It’s good to be back. Thanks to Alex for holding the fort down while I was away.
The Gold Rush (159) obliterated the Greatest City (110.1). By now you’ve all heard the tale of Doug Martin. On Sunday he had one of the greatest fantasy days in running back history. It’s gotta be up there in the top five. Kelly also got 36.7 points from Brandon Marshall. Ho Hum. Jason got a nice day out of Peyton Manning despite his interceptions and a whopping 26 points out of the San Diego De. Is that correct? How did that sucky team put up that many fantasy points?
The Real McCoys (129.1) had perhaps the greatest weekend of Alex’s fantasy career. I hope you printed out the scoreboard screen and put it in your scrapbook. 28 points from Rodgers, 24 from Redman, 19 from DeSean, 17 from Graham, 0 from Dwyer. You can’t win them all. Think of it this way, you played the entire Pittsburgh backfield and they averaged 12 fantasy points a piece. Not bad. Cosmic Debris (103.1) played the wrong team. He lucked out with 40 points from Carson Palmer. I can’t believe that’s accurate.
Mouse Rat (120.2) snuck up on The Notable Closers (100.7). Ever so quietly, Jason wins again. A down week from Bob the third but Foster, Fitz, Gresham and the Saints De made up for it. Quick, who has the best record in the league? Jason. He’s only lost one game. The Closers had rough go. Despite Jordy Nelson going down with an injury and a zero from Rudolph, Tom still got quality points (not performances) from Vick, CJ and T.Y Hilton.
The Inline-Blockers (115.7) levels the Gorgeous Georgeses (58.6) in the who turned out the lights match of the weekend. Derreck had points all over his roster. The highest scorer was Peyton’s new BFF, Eric Decker. Milton had a weekend to forget. Zeros from the Raiders De and Jacoby Jones. Milton, please play Andrew Luck over Stafford. Stafford hasn’t hit Megatron for a touchdown even once this season.
Middle River Marauders (113.9) took care of his desk mate, Baltimore Alpinist (76.1). Both of these two teams played players who were on byes. Boooooooo.
New Mexico Heisenbergs 109.7 eeked out the slightest win - Gladstone Phoenix 109.2. I’d like to thank Phil Dawson for hitting 5/5 field goals while Young G.Z. was on a bye. Red had the firepower to beat me. He just played Big Ben over Cam. Big Ben can never be trusted. No Steeler can.
Stevens Ducks (100.1) skates by Team Turkey (88). The Ducks continue to be led by the waiver wire Randall Cobb. An ok game from Matt Ryan and another disappointing game from Ray Rice. Will got nice games from Romo, Andre Johnson and Sidney Rice. Little else of note.

Hello, league. It’s good to be back. Thanks to Alex for holding the fort down while I was away.

  • The Gold Rush (159) obliterated the Greatest City (110.1). By now you’ve all heard the tale of Doug Martin. On Sunday he had one of the greatest fantasy days in running back history. It’s gotta be up there in the top five. Kelly also got 36.7 points from Brandon Marshall. Ho Hum. Jason got a nice day out of Peyton Manning despite his interceptions and a whopping 26 points out of the San Diego De. Is that correct? How did that sucky team put up that many fantasy points?
  • The Real McCoys (129.1) had perhaps the greatest weekend of Alex’s fantasy career. I hope you printed out the scoreboard screen and put it in your scrapbook. 28 points from Rodgers, 24 from Redman, 19 from DeSean, 17 from Graham, 0 from Dwyer. You can’t win them all. Think of it this way, you played the entire Pittsburgh backfield and they averaged 12 fantasy points a piece. Not bad. Cosmic Debris (103.1) played the wrong team. He lucked out with 40 points from Carson Palmer. I can’t believe that’s accurate.
  • Mouse Rat (120.2) snuck up on The Notable Closers (100.7). Ever so quietly, Jason wins again. A down week from Bob the third but Foster, Fitz, Gresham and the Saints De made up for it. Quick, who has the best record in the league? Jason. He’s only lost one game. The Closers had rough go. Despite Jordy Nelson going down with an injury and a zero from Rudolph, Tom still got quality points (not performances) from Vick, CJ and T.Y Hilton.
  • The Inline-Blockers (115.7) levels the Gorgeous Georgeses (58.6) in the who turned out the lights match of the weekend. Derreck had points all over his roster. The highest scorer was Peyton’s new BFF, Eric Decker. Milton had a weekend to forget. Zeros from the Raiders De and Jacoby Jones. Milton, please play Andrew Luck over Stafford. Stafford hasn’t hit Megatron for a touchdown even once this season.
  • Middle River Marauders (113.9) took care of his desk mate, Baltimore Alpinist (76.1). Both of these two teams played players who were on byes. Boooooooo.
  • New Mexico Heisenbergs 109.7 eeked out the slightest win - Gladstone Phoenix 109.2. I’d like to thank Phil Dawson for hitting 5/5 field goals while Young G.Z. was on a bye. Red had the firepower to beat me. He just played Big Ben over Cam. Big Ben can never be trusted. No Steeler can.
  • Stevens Ducks (100.1) skates by Team Turkey (88). The Ducks continue to be led by the waiver wire Randall Cobb. An ok game from Matt Ryan and another disappointing game from Ray Rice. Will got nice games from Romo, Andre Johnson and Sidney Rice. Little else of note.