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FFL: The Boldin Beautiful Standings, Week 5 (2014-15)

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Week 5 Standings.

With the exception of Team Vega, everyone in the Boldin Beautiful league has at least one win. Right now, it looks like the winner will come down to the wire. Here are this week’s results:

[team_standings 4027]

Team Marin defeated Team Corn (78-67).

Team Marin owes their victory to Patriots K Stephen Gostkowski who scored 21 points on Sunday night against the “Cincinnati Bungels.” Although they won the matchup, Team Marin left 35 potential points on his bench. This could be the Dumbest Move of the Week.

Team Brandi defeated The Commish (100-78).

The Commish was hurt by low production from his running backs and WR Calvin Johnson. Megatron continues to nurse an injured ankle. Congratulations to Team Brandi for getting off the snide and winning his matchup of the season. The Commish’s poor play allowed you to popped your cherry.

Team Weiss beat Team Velez (102-74).

Team Weiss has won three matchups in a row. Matt Forte and the Panthers D/ST were the highest scorers on his team. The addition of Odell Beckham Jr. to the New York Giants offense hurt Team Velez’ tally because TE Larry Donnell registered zero points.

Team Mario beat Team Rich (98-67).

Team Rich got very little point production from RB Isaiah Cromwell, WR Victor Cruz, and TE Logan Paulsen. WR DeSean Jackson led the way for Team Super Mario with 21 points.

Team George defeated Team Vega (92-84).

Broncos WR Demaryius Thomas scored 34 points for Team Vega. Unfortunately, the rest of his team starters scored a combined 50 points. Team George got 34 points from QB Russell Wilson. The ‘Sports Genius’ remains winless and is now 0-5.

Team Mike & Brian defeated Team Marino (97-66).

Team Marino’s TE Eric Ebron scored zero points and after a monstrous Week 4, WR Steve Smith scored only one point.

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