The battle of the divisions
I have to say, huge thank you to Keegan for sparking this idea in my head. For this week’s power rankings I am going to compare the two divisions and who has the stronger players. For this I am going to expand rosters a bit, don’t cum your pants G. Each division is going to put out a starting lineup of the following:
2 QB, 4 RB, 4 WR, 2 Flex, 2 TE.
We are ignoring kickers and defense because fuck kickers and defense. So without further adieu, here is the Battle of the Divisions.
Morning Squad & Frank: Tom Brady, Dak Prescott 91
Don and the Champions: Josh Allen, Kyler Murray 100
This one looked tilted in the favor of Don and the Champions but Tom Brady’s resurgence made it a bit closer than I originally thought. Ultimately Kyler Murray and Josh Allen is just an untouchable duo. Only rivaled by Kyler and Lamar… or Kyler and Jalen Hurts… hmm seems like those duos would be great trade bait.
Morning Squad & Frank: Dalvin Cook, Jonathan Taylor, Austin Ekeler, Aaron Jones 96
Don and the Champions: Derrick Henry, Alvin Kamara, Najee Harris, Ezekiel Eliott 97
Though I do think the depth and versatility of the Morning Squad and Frank gives them a bit better chance to be successful on any given weekend but Derrick Henry, Alvin Kamara and Najee Harris are all in the Top 4 of PPG for Running Backs and that is undeniable.
Morning Squad & Frank: Ja’Marr Chase, Deebo Samuel, Tyreek Hill, Justin Jefferson 97
Don and the Champions: Cooper Kupp, Devante Adams, DK Metcalf, Stefon Diggs 95
In name alone, Don and the Champions seem to have this on lock but with Diggs underperforming, Metcalf being hit or miss and Deebo Samuel emerging as the only threat on the SF roster this one actually tilts toward the Morning Squad and Frank. Ja’Marr Chase learned how to catch!
Morning Squad & Frank: Mark Andrews, Darren Waller 92
Don and the Champions: Travis Kelce, Kyle Pitts 96
Though the Albany Fantasy Football Team holds the #2 and #3 tight end on their roster I had to go with Waller here. He has been the premier target in Las Vegas for about 2 years now and I full expect him to finish in the Top 5 at tight end. On the other side of the coin you have the most dominant TE in the history of fantasy football as well as the possible next one on the way up. The Falcons will play from behind a lot, Pitts should flourish and Kelce is just Kelce.
Morning Squad & Frank: James Robinson, Diontae Johnson 93
Don and the Champions: Joe Mixon, Calvin Ridley 92
The edge here goes to Robinson and Diontae for one simple fact. They are THE go to options on their team. Think about Michael Thomas on the Saints during his record breaking season, Drew Brees couldn’t throw down field so he relied on getting Thomas the ball A LOT. That is what will happen the second half of the season with Johnson. Joe Mixon has been running well and Calvin Ridley is the #1 target in Atlanta but there are simply more mouths to feed in those offenses.
Is it possible I fucked up which players are in which division? Yes, I did very little fact checking here. Ultimately the Battle of the Divisions goes to Don and the Champions by a total score of 480 – 469. Division realignment went well for them!
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