Big 12 fantasy football: Week 12

November, 19, 2013
Jake Trotter’s juggernaut team cannot be stopped. Trotter emerged victorious in our Big 12 fantasy football league for the fourth time in five weeks.

He got another strong showing from his loaded lineup, led by 37 points from Baylor quarterback Bryce Petty and big rushing days from Oklahoma’s Damien Williams (24 points) and West Virginia’s Charles Sims (23).

Trotter has now won three weeks in a row and holds a 27-point lead in the season standings. Once again, I finished in second after my team put up as solid 122 points, and Brandon Chatmon was back in third place with 110. He really needs to do something about his running backs.

The leading scorer in the Big 12 this week was Kansas running back James Sims, who put up 39 points in the upset win over West Virginia. Among the conference's top five scorers on Saturday, two are currently free agents in the league: Baylor receiver Levi Norwood (33) and Texas Tech quarterback Baker Mayfield (31).

Here’s how our lineups fared in Week 12 of Big 12 fantasy football:

Jake Trotter’s Team

QB Bryce Petty, BAY – 37
RB Damien Williams, OU - 24
RB Charles Sims, WVU - 23
FLEX Brennan Clay, OU - 14
WR Eric Ward, TTU - 14
WR Tracy Moore, OSU - 8
TE Jace Amaro, TTU – 17
DEF TCU defense - 1
K Aaron Jones, BAY – 9
Total: 147

Max Olson’s Team

QB Daniel Sams, KSU - 16
RB James Sims, KU - 39
RB Desmond Roland, OSU - 7
FLEX Kenny Williams, TTU - 9
WR Antwan Goodley, BAY - 16
WR Jaxon Shipley, TEX - 4
TE E.J. Bibbs, ISU - 3
DEF Oklahoma defense - 21
K Anthony Fera, Texas - 7
Total: 122

Brandon Chatmon’s Team

QB Clint Chelf, OSU - 36
RB Tony Pierson, KU - 1
RB Lache Seastrunk, BAY - 0
FLEX Jakeem Grant, TTU - 13
WR Tyler Lockett, KSU - 18
WR Mike Davis, TEX - 11
TE Jimmay Mundine, KU - 0
D Oklahoma State defense - 19
K Michael Hunnicutt, OU - 12
Total: 110

Season Leaderboard

1. Jake: 1,360
2. Max: 1,333
3. Brandon: 1,147

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