Fine Five Power Rankings – Week 2

Fine Five Power Rankings – Week 2

By Sean Dochney

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  1. Shockers (2-0), Point Differential – 76. (Prev. 1)

The Shockers kept up rolling as they took care of business against the Money Team in Week 2.  This game wasn’t even close as the final score would end up 40-6.  WRs Devon Snead (4 rec. 78 yards, 3 TDs) and Charlie Barbiere (3 rec. 71 yards, 1 TD) were solid as usual, and Mike O’Neil (5 rec. 57 yards, 1 TD) chipped in a nice game himself.  The Defense came up big in the game as they had 4 interceptions as a team.  Bryan Soletto had 2 picks, while Anthony Carlo and Peter Torres also had one, with Carlo returning his for a TD.  The Shockers will have their toughest game of the year in Week 3 as they take on the Commissioner led Warewolves (2-0) in the Game of the Week.


  1. Woodchucks (2-0), Point Differential – 43. (Prev. 2)

The Woodchucks won a thrilling game with a last-minute touchdown to defeat Strangers with Candy 33-27.  This game by far the best game of the day and the only one that wasn’t a blowout.  This game was all about The Zit and The Woz on offense.  Zitani threw for 305 yards, 4 TDs and no interceptions, while Wozniak caught 6 passes for 113 yards and 3 TDs.  Terron Maples picked up get a big interception on defense during the closely fought battle.  The Woodchucks will look to remain undefeated as they take on the Rabid Squirrels (1-1) in Week 3.


  1. Warewolves (2-0), Point Differential – 30. (Prev. 3)

The Warewolves steamrolled over the Red Jaguars to a score of 52-24 in Week 2.  Chris Angelini was the POTW for QB as he went 16-20 for 324 yards, 5 TDs, and 2 interceptions.  The ball was spread out quite well with Chris MacIntosh (3 rec. 75 yards, 1 TD), Shane Capone (3 rec. 79 yards, 1 TD), and Joe Peragallo (5 rec. 80 yards, 2 TDs) all having solid games at WR.  Shane was a bigtime playmaker on defense with his 2 interceptions, returning both for TDs.  The former Hardcore Champion Ryan Dooley showed opposing linemen why he was a Hardcore Champion.  He wreaked havoc on the pass rush all day and would record 2 sacks, although he had many more hurries.  The Woodchucks have a big test coming up as they take on the Shockers (2-0) in the Game of the Week.


  1. Rabid Squirrels (1-1), Point Differential – 13. (Prev. 4)

The Rabid Squirrels picked up their first win as they put the boots to the Clam Slammers in the 41-13 victory.  Sean Collins was very efficient in the win as he completed 30 of his 37 passes for 234 yards, and 6 TDs, without throwing any interceptions on the day.  Joe Andress and Michael Medina were his top receivers on the day as Andress had 8 catches for 60 yards and Medina had 7 catches for 61 yards.  Both Andress and Medina had 2 TDs on the day.  The Rabid Squirrels will look to build momentum after their win, but it won’t come easy as they take on the undefeated Woodchucks in Week 3.


  1. The Money Team (1-1), Point Differential – (-20). (Prev. 5)

The Money Team lost big to the heavily favored Shockers, so they will not be penalized in this week’s Fine Five.  Although, Strangers with Candy were very impressive in their close loss to the perennial contender Woodchucks, and almost secured the 5th spot even though they are win-less.  As luck would have it, Strangers with Candy and the Money Team will face off against each other in Week 3 in what should be a closely contested game.  Strangers with Candy will have their hands full as they need to stop The Money Team’s leading receiver, Terrence Mckeller, who has 15 catches for 136 yards and a TD.



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