JSGFFL Sexy Six Power Rankings – Week 2
1. The Shockers (2-0), Point Differential – 54, (Prev. 1)
The Shockers absolutely dominated the Savages 59-16 in Week 2. The Shockers have been the best team in the JSGFFL over the past few seasons, and haven’t lost a regular season game in over 2 years. The Shockers offense is averaging the most yards per game at 424.5, the most plays per game at 39, and the most yards per play at 10.88. They have done all this without having a turnover. On defense, they have the second most interceptions through the first 2 weeks with 6 interceptions, including 1 that was returned for a TD by Shannon Hill. QB Joe Giuffre has thrown for 849 yards and 14 TDs without throwing an interception so far this season. WRs Devon Snead (10 rec. 246 yards, 3 TDs) and Charlie Barbiere (11 rec. 204 yards, 3 TDs) rank 3rd and 5th in the WR leaderboards right now. The Shockers will have a tough opponent as they take on The Rabid Squirrels (1-1) in Week 3.
2. Warewolves (3-0), Point Differential – 52, (Prev. 4)
The Warewolves were able to edge out the Savages in a 30-24 victory in Week 2 to extend their record to 3-0. Shane Capone had another big game as he caught 4 passes for 102 yards and 2 TDs. He now has 16 catches for 368 yards and 8 TDs on the season, which ranks him first on the leaderboard. Angelini has the 2nd most TDs and passing yards in the league with 15 TDs and 878 passing yards. The Wolves offense is 2nd in the league in yards per play with 10.09, though they are the slowest moving offense in the league and the only team averaging under 30 plays per game. The Warewolves will play in the game of the week in Week 3 against the Woodchucks (2-1).
3. Woodchucks (2-1), Point Differential – 9, (Prev. 3)
The Woodchucks handled business against the Rabid Squirrels in Week 2 as they won the Game of the Week 30-18. The Zit threw for 5 TDs in this game, and now has 14 on the Fall season. He has been uncharacteristically pick happy so far this year as he now has the 2nd most in the league with 5 picks thrown. The Zit is happy to have Billy Belford back at WR. Billy ranks 2 nd to Shane Capone on the JSGFFL leaderboards with 18 catches for 282 yards and 5 TDs.
The Commissioner must really hate the Woodchucks as the schedule has not been kind to them through the first few weeks. The Woodchucks continue their tough schedule with the Game of the Week against the Warewolves (3-0) in Week 3.
4. Rabid Squirrels (1-1), Point Differential – 8, (Prev. 2)
The Rabid Squirrels fell to the Woodchucks 18-30 in Week 2. They couldn’t get much going as The Woodchucks held Collins to only 200 yards through the air. Even after a down week, the Squirrels still have the 4th ranked offense in the league in both yards per game (291.5) and yards per play (9.4). Newcomer to the team and league, Andre Snead is leading the team in receiving, he has 10 catches for 190 yards and 3 TDs. The Squirrels are going to need to get some big performances on Saturday when they take on the Shockers (2-0). It is still early in the season, but the Squirrels do not want to fall to 1-2.
5. Clam Slammers (2-0), Point Differential – 38, (Prev. 5)
The Clam Slammers won their second game in a row led by their defense. In a real barn burner, Clam beat the Assassins 15-6. Frank Ritacco had another 2 interceptions, while Kenny Colicchio had 1. They both lead the league in picks with Frank having 4, and Kenny having 3. Clam Slammer held the Assassins to under 200 yards of offense, which is the 2nd straight week they’ve accomplished this feat. Matt McClain was their leading receiver and had a nice game with 5 catches for 83 yards and a TD. The Clam Slammers hope their defense can keep leading this team, because their offense ranks 9th in the league in yards per game with 220. The Clam Slammers will take on the Kekembas (0-3) in Week 3 as they look to stay undefeated.
6. Strangers with Candy (2-1), Point Differential – 7, (Prev. Unranked)
Week 2 was a redemption game for Mike Torrell as he threw for 354 yards and 6 TDs on the way to a 46-12 victory over the Kekembas. Cam Blackwell (6 rec. 107 yards, 1 TD), Pat Jensen (7 rec. 98 yards, 1 TD), Mike D’Addario (7 rec. 57 yards, 1 TD), and Kyle Spatz (5 rec. 43 yards, 3 TDs) all played well for Strangers in Week 2. Strangers have a good team that can make some noise in this league if they are able to limit their turnovers on offense. Candy will hope their momentum will carry over to Week 3 as they Gladiators (1-2).