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RFG's Chase Eliminator Week 10

Posted on: November 17, 2011 11:28 pm
Edited on: November 25, 2011 7:47 pm
 
Well, one more week, and Kahne won, he really is heating up, and might not be a bad pick for Homestead, anyways, other others in the top 3 were Smoke and Edwareds, surprise surprise, so lets see how that fared for everyone:

Roushfenwayguy (GHOST PICKS)- 301 (69) (+1)

Bored at Work-                           302 (73) (+1)

Sfrye-                                        296 (69) (0)

D2Moo-                                     279 (72) (0)

Foreplus-                                   278 (79) (+3)
 
ILL55INI-                                   274 (76) (+1)

Well, if I was in the competition, we would have one heck of a three way competition to win it all, however, I'm not, but two people to win it all is still going to be a great competition, and who knows, if both of them have a bad driver, all the other three in this competition are close enough to take first with a great lineup as well, so its not really over for anyone just yet, except me of course.

Since this is the last week, and Sfrye and Bored are so close, Sfrye and Bored at Work can not share the same lineup, if you do, whoever picks second will occur a -5 penalty, just enough to make sure that even if you just swap your winner from 2nd place, that you will still lose enough to be mathematically unable to catch the other person.

2 Handicap: 16th-22nd

Greg Biffle (replaces Kasey Kahne)

David Ragan

Marcos Ambrose 

Juan Pablo Montoya

Mark Martin

Paul Menard (from +4 to +2)

Joey Logano  

+4 Handicap: 23rd- 29th

Martin Truex Jr. (from +2 to +4)

Jeff Burton

Brian Vickers

Regan Smith

Jamie McMurray

David Reutimann

Bobby LaBonte

+6 Handicap: 30th- 35th

David Gilliland

Casey Mears

Dave Blaney

Andy Lally

Robby Gordon

J.J. Yeley (replaces Tony Raines)

+8 handicap: Anyone Below 35th

Like I said before, there will be no bonuses, this last week will be a pure fight for competitions, which are still well up for grabs, especially in the first/ second and third/fifth brackets.

Yup, sure looks like a good time to go with Kasey Kahne considering the lack of options I have, my other option... wow I'm really running out of options... might as well go with A.J. Allmendinger, not like I'm in this competition anyways...

Roushfenwayguy (GHOST PICKS)- Kasey Kahne, A.J. Allmendinger

Sfrye- Carl Edwards, Tony Stewart                                  

Bored at Work- Kasey Kahne, Kevin Harvick                     

Foreplus- Jimmie Johson, Regan Smith (+4 handicap)                    

ILL55INI- Jeff Gordon, Greg Biffle 

D2Moo- Carl Edwards, Kurt Busch

Keep in mind that these statistics do not include myself, since I am just making ghost picks

Only Foreplus may use Dale Earnhardt Jr.

Nobody may use Matt Kenseth

Only Bored at Work can use Denny Hamlin

Only Foreplus may use Jimmie Johnson

Nobody may use Tony Stewart


Comments

Since: Nov 28, 2007
Posted on: November 20, 2011 12:24 pm
 

RFG's Chase Eliminator Week 10

Jeff Gordon and Greg Biffle for Homestead.



Since: Aug 16, 2006
Posted on: November 19, 2011 11:47 pm
 

RFG's Chase Eliminator Week 10

Thanks for the game RFG.

Kasey Kahne and Kevin Harvick



Since: Jan 28, 2008
Posted on: November 18, 2011 11:50 pm
 

RFG's Chase Eliminator Week 10

Great tight race. Good Luck to All.

Jimmie Johnson and Regan Smith

THANKS RFG Kiss



Since: May 12, 2008
Posted on: November 18, 2011 6:03 pm
 

RFG's Chase Eliminator Week 10

Ooh thanks for pointing out my mistake sfrye, last week I marked you for Tony Stewart instead of Ryan Newman, you lost four points, but being able to use Tony Stewart could more than make up for that.



Since: Feb 24, 2008
Posted on: November 18, 2011 9:52 am
 

RFG's Chase Eliminator Week 10

Haven't used the top 2 yet, seems like a good time.

Carl Edwards and Tony Stewart




Since: Dec 7, 2007
Posted on: November 17, 2011 11:37 pm
 

RFG's Chase Eliminator Week 10

Carl Edwards,  Kurt Busch

Hopefully I saved the best for last.....lol. 


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