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Vinnie Paul's The Brickwall Brickwall scored just 55 points but still took down mighty Meat Loaf's Hell In A Handbasket with the biggest upset in Week 2 of the Alice in Chains & Friends Fantasy Football Charity League.
Brickwall is still the lowest-scoring team in the league, but they had enough to top Hell In A Handbasket, which had scored a whopping 144 points the week before. Turns out Meat Loaf's team was less jugger and more naught when it looked like it would steamroll through the season.
But now just two teams are 2-0 and Scott Ian's Fear and Loathing and Zakk Wylde's Doom Crew Inc. happen to be facing each other in a battle of the unbeatens.
And in a bit of happenstance, enjoy how Duff McKagan's logo reacts to M.I. Evil?'s in their preview page. You can't faze J.P. Patches.
Participants in the Alice in Chains & Friends Fantasy Football Charity League will each be putting up one valuable item for auction by the end of the season. The league champion will get to designate which charity receives the proceeds of the auction. More details on the auction will be announced in the coming weeks.
Weekly updates on the Alice in Chains & Friends Fantasy Football Charity League, trash talk and interviews with the owners will be published on ESPN.com's The Life and Music sections throughout the season. Members of the league also will drop by for occasional chats on SportsNation.
Here is a recap of Week 2 and a look ahead to Week 3's matchups: