Day 2! Let’s go!
Dallas Fuel vs Houston Outlaws: This one’s rough. Dallas 3-2? I’m very apprehensive picking them over, well, anyone really. This should be a breeze for the Fuel, but after last week, I don’t know what all they can handle.
New York Excelsior vs Los Angeles Valiant: Two of the best going head to head in week 2. This match is going to be insane. I’m taking the Valiant 3-2. New York has to play Pine more than once a match to prove to me they can win consistently.
Philadelphia Fusion vs Los Angeles Gladiators: I think the Gladiators are going to take this one more easily. 2-1, with a tie in there somewhere. It’ll seem more dominant than the score does, but Fusion’s win will come quick.
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Albany Saratoga Big Block modified rankings of who was on the Radar in 2017.
1.Peter Britten** 2.Keith Flach*
Under the Radar:
Took them 20 weeks to get the #nfl#powerrankings right. Smh.
The favorite on line stats aren't real. The #favorite from week to week is the real favorite. Whoever beats the hottest team is the favorite. You gotta beat the best to be the best.
Not that stat line shit. The real favorite was saints vs patriots but the the hottest team lost to the Vikings now the #Vikings and #patriots are the favorites. THAT'S THE WAY IT SHOULD BE. Don't decide a favorite by Reading stat lines..... You'll be fooled all year long.
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And week 2 begins! What does Day 1 hold for us...
San Francisco Shock vs Philadelphia Fusion: This is going to be a close match between two teams who are fighting for a chance to show what they can do. It’s only week two, and there’s a lot on the line already. I think the Fusion are going to squeak this one out 3-2. This match will tell a lot about the strength of these two teams.
Florida Mayhem vs Seoul Dynasty: Oh lord. Oh me oh my oh gosh. This isn’t even fair. It never is against Seoul, but this is even less so. 4-0 Seoul. I’m hoping for an upset, but I don’t think this is the time.
Houston Outlaws vs Shanghai Dragons: I think Houston’s going to win this one pretty comfortably. 3-1? Let’s go with that. This is Shanghai’s first step to proving that they can succeed, beating Houston. They could do it, but will they?
Here is the projected lineup from Bleacher Report in their most recent power rankings. The Rays are sitting at 19th in their standings. I think this lineup is pretty accurate and hopefully we will see some prospects from Durham come up sooner than later.
Their projected bench includes Jesus Sucre, Daniel Robertson, Micah Johnson and Mallex Smith.
Who do you want to see in this lineup?