Tepel’s World And We’re Just Living In It
PHILADELPHIA – Andrew Tepel is dominating Northeast Philadelphia’s most prominent Fantasy Football league like a Thanksgiving fart.
Quiet, but deadly.
This weekend, Tepel became just the second manager ever (Scott, 2009 and 2012) to win his second Blue-Gold rivalry week championship, outscoring Andrew Goodman by a mere 1.04 points.
That’s a cool 180 + 20 from Phil Pane’s fine = 200.
With his Week 13 victory, Tepel all but secured his second straight first-place finish, as his 148 point-one game lead over Jason makes it everything but official with one week remaining in the regular season.
Tepel will become the first owner in modern league history to achieve back-to-back first place finishes.
This will be Tepel’s third first-place finish in the last five seasons, an unprecedented run.
That gives him another 900, for a total of 1,100 so far this season (after winning 1,200 last season). 2,300 in two seasons with a playoff season looming ain’t too shabby.
Oh, and we still owe him dinner for his Week 6 championship.
All of that said, Tepel has never been able to get the monkey off his back and actually win the whole damn thing. This year, he tries again with the No. 1 overall seed and first-round bye, the clear favorite.
Ps. He just bid $36 and won David Johnson, who will likely be the Arizona Cardinals’ starting RB the rest of the way, just because.