It was a pair of running backs in Week 16 that helped Ron Hacker’s squad to a 2016 Terminator title and a $10,000 grand prize. David Johnson (35.6) and Le’Veon Bell (28.7) did the heavy lifting as Hacker outlasted Vern Kovarik’s Celtics 650.07-626.07 in the final week of the contest’s Championship Round.
Kovarik is no stranger to the $3,500 second place prize in the terminator, as this was the third consecutive year he finished as the runner-up. Matt Bailey’s Iron Spike of Death took third place with its $2,000 purse while Jason Katt’s Village Idiots came up a half point behind him for $1,250 and fourth place.
Rounding out the top five was James Siple’s love ’til it Ertz, which cashed $750. Check out the top five finishers and their scores and prizes below:
- Excelsior II RonHacker 650.07 $10,000
- Celtics VernKov 626.07 $3,000
- Iron Spike of Death MattBai 625.68 $2,000
- Village Idiots jkatt 625.18 $1,250
- Love ’til it Ertz sipemokid 624.5 $750
Our hobby is under attack. States like Virginia, Tennessee, Missouri and Indiana have made it impossible for small fantasy operators like FFPC and others to function under the newly passed laws. We must fix these bad laws and make sure other states understand the needs of small businesses in this industry and the differences between DFS and SEASON-LONG. The SBFSTA has been and will continue fighting on all of our behalf to make sure our hobby isn’t taken away from us. Thank you for your support of the Playoff Challenge and the SBFSTA!
If you remember, last year’s Playoff Challenge sold out early, and sign ups have been coming in faster than last season. I urge you to sign up sooner rather than later to take your shot at $100,000!
The main details for the Challenge are listed below:
- Entry fee: $200 per team
- Contest capped at a maximum of 2,750 entries
- $100,000 Grand Prize
- More than $480,000 in guaranteed prizes paying down to 400th place
- Contest runs from start of the NFL playoffs thru the Super Bowl
- Each team consists of 10 players in an FFPC starting roster format
- Each team chooses from 12 playoff teams but only 1 per team
- All rosters will be locked on Saturday, January 7th at 4:35pm ET
- No roster adjustments will be allowed even for games starting later
- For more details, see the full rules and payout structure at the contest page linked right here.
Test your general managerial skills and spend the next few months building a juggernaut. Enjoy fantasy football year round when you play dynasty with the FFPC now–the Home of High Stakes Dynasty Fantasy Football!
This is just a quick reminder that if you want to to play high stakes dynasty fantasy football, picking up one of these teams is your best bet to get involved. We don’t open new start-up dynasty leagues at the FFPC until all existing teams have been claimed, so jump in the action today.
A big misconception about these dynasty teams is that they are being sold because they are not competitive, which really is not the case most of the time. As we all know, sometimes life gets in the way of fantasy football, and sometimes the best choice is to sell your team rather than miss out on the fun of fully managing it.
Check out all the teams on the FFPC Message Boards at the threads below. You can see their entire rosters as well as what draft picks each team holds in 2017. In order to buy one, just send Dave an email at email@example.com, and he’ll let you know how you can take care of your deposit and entry fee for 2017.
The prices for each squad are listed next to the roster on the message board, but you can also make your best offer when you email Dave if you don’t want to take the team over at full price. Take a look at all of the FFPC Dynasty teams available now:
The title game in the Super Bracket’s Championship Round featured Lituchy’s 25th seed squad versus Singler’s 23rd seeded team in this 32-team tournament. To say it was a meeting of Cinderellas would be quite the understatement as both squads turned it on at the right time. Anything can happen in the Super Bracket, and it didn’t let us down from an entertainment standpoint this season once again. Thanks, to all 96 players that participated!
The High-Stakes Low Down normally airs Thursday mornings, and this week’s Grugett (and season finale) episode can be heard here. Season Two of The High-Stakes Low Down will kick off in a few weeks during Super Bowl week. Plus, on-demand streaming is available for listening anytime via iTunes, Stitcher Radio or SoundCloud on your iPhone or Android device as well.
Then tonight we’ve got 2016 $250,000 Main Event champs David Hubbard (above, right) and Nelson Sousa joining Dave Gerczak and me on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour talking about sweating out Week 16, some early sleepers for next year and much more.
The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour normally airs Friday nights at 10/9c, and the Hubbard/Sousa episode can be heard here. You can hang out with the high stakes players in the show’s chat room if you want to listen live, but you can always catch the replay of our show on the Fantasy Sports Radio Network on Saturdays at 3:00 p.m. ET. Plus, on-demand streaming is available for listening anytime via iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher Radio, TuneIn Radio, Spreaker, or Overcast on your iPhone or Android device as well.