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This weeks post isn’t going to have as much depth. It has been a tough last few days for our son, so I’m a little tired and don’t have the time to jot down everything. As a result just going to give the picks for the week. Last week was my worst week I have had in a while so this is a bounce back week for me.


All-in (players that will outscore their projections)

Top – Lourlo (25pts)

Jungle – Svenskeren (33pts)

Mid – Perkz (35pts)

ADC – Doublelift (41pts)

Support – Aphromoo (24pts)

Team – Fnatic (31pts)

Fold (players that will underscore their projections)

Top – Kikis (29pts)

Jungle – Rush (40pts)

Mid – Nukeduck (39pts)

ADC – Altec (45pts)

Support – Kasing (31pts)

Team – Cloud 9 (30pts)

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Mid laners are the other high scoring position. You can choose to grab two mid laners early, grab one and fill out your roster, or you can play the top value at other roles and then pick two mid tier mid laners. All are viable in their own way, so choose what fits you best or what the people in your draft are doing.


  1. Bjergsen (TSM)
  2. Febiven (FNC)
  3. PowerofEvil (OG)
  4. Froggen (Fox)
  5. Jensen (C9)
  6. Ryu (H2K)
  7. Alex Ich (Ren)
  8. Fenix (TL)
  9. Nukeduck (Vit)
  10. GBM (NRG)
  11. Pobelter (IMT)
  12. Fox (UoL)
  13. Xpepii (Gia)
  14. Huhi (CLG)
  15. Betsy (Roc)
  16. Shiptur (Dig)
  17. Sencux (SPL)
  18. Perkz (G2)
  19. Eika (Ele)
  20. Pirean (TiP)

1-3 The top dogs, PowerofEvil is the most likely to drop out of this tier simply because Origen will probably play around Soaz and Zven more but I see OG having some huge scoring games from all of their players which is why he cracked the top 3. Bjerg is the best midlaner in the LCS proven by his 1v1 tourney win, and Febiven is still underrated by many even though he consistently would beat his lane opponent.

4-9 Proven LCS players that have the ability to be a top 3 player, but most likely won’t put up huge numbers every single game. They are all great guys to have and if you can manage to get 2 from this group you would be sitting pretty.

10-15 This is the wildcard group. I could see any one of these guys ending up in the top 5 at seasons end and wouldn’t blink an eye, but I think with the teams they are on they most likely will have some inconsistencies that the others ranked ahead of them won’t have.

16-20 The final 5 are guys who should be on the free agent market most of the year. They have tough competition or lots of new teammates which will most likely lead to slow starts.

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I’m going to have an 8 man fantasy league for any of you who want to play a league with me. Here is the link, the draft will be at 4pm est 1pm pst.

Jungle has been a feast or famine role the last two splits in fantasy LCS so it is important to get a top one if you can. Keep an eye on a team that has a good first week because their jungler could be the hot pickup.

  1. Rush (C9)
  2. Reignover (IMT)
  3. Amazing (OG)
  4. Svenskeren (TSM)
  5. Jankos (H2K)
  6. IWDominate (TL)
  7. Xmithie (CLG)
  8. Spirit (FNC)
  9. Diamondprox (UoL)
  10. Airwaks (Roc)
  11. Crumbzz (Ren)
  12. Shook (Vit)
  13. Moon (NRG)
  14. Trashy (SPL)
  15. Kirei (Dig)
  16. Trick (G2)
  17. Kou (Gia)
  18. Hard (Fox)
  19. Gilius (Ele)
  20. Procxin (TiP)

1-6 These are all powerhouse junglers and can honestly be ordered anywhere in the top 6. Dom might drop a few spots with the new top and support, and Rush may not be the de facto #1 because of C9’s typical low scoring play-style.

7-12 This group all is the experienced bunch that has had moments of greatness but also has had multiple weeks or even splits where they struggled. Spirit is at 8 simply because I want to see how FNC gels and it might take them 5-6 weeks before they start clicking.

13-16 These 4 will be the inconsistent bunch because of their own play, and because of the team around them. Moon has some huge talent around him so he could easily make the jump into the top 10.

17-20 It will be hard for these guys to score big points simply because of the competition they face and the teams they play for. Own these 4 at your own risk.


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