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Week 2 fantasy recap


Play the free Home Team Challenge this week to win a Texans mini-helmet autographed by cornerback Dunta Robinson.

For the second week in a row, Houston Texans Fantasy Football has ended with a tie for the top spot. Teams "Do hhhwhat!" and "Q" both scored 146 points in Week 2 action of the ** Home Team Challenge**.

Using the tiebreaker rules approved by the NFL, both teams drafted quarterback Aaron Rodgers (31 pts), which moved us to the running back position. "Do hhhwhat!" selected running backs Frank Gore (13 pts) and Marion Barber III (23 pts), totaling 36 pts at the running back position. "Q" drafted backs Brian Westbrook (27 pts) and Willie Parker (10 pts) for a running backs total of 37 points to win the tiebreaker. The ability of "Q" to squeak by the hair on his chinny-chin-chin has awarded him with an autographed Texans mini-helmet signed by defensive tackle Amobi Okoye.

Make sure you set your lineups this week for the chance to get your hands on a Dunta Robinson autographed mini-helmet!

Meanwhile, in the Texans Celebrity League, Javier Montoya didn't even need Week 1 to practice. He told his team to take it easy that week and come ready to work in Week 2, and work they did as they worked over everyone in the Texans Celebrity League over.

Montoya's "Fruud's Dudes" dominated the field, scoring 126 points to claim first place in Week 2 of the Texans Fantasy Football Celebrity League. Rodgers (31 pts), wide receiver Terrell Owens (20 pts), running back Adrian Peterson (18 pts) and defense/special teams Tampa Bay Buccaneers (18 pts) led his team to victory this week.

Week 1 Champion Adam's "Wexler's Warriors" finished second with 111 points and the "B Squared" club assembled by Texans TV's own Brooke Bentley came in the third with 106 points.

After Week 2 of the Texans Celebrity League, the standings at the top three spots are:

  1. Adam Wexler (Wexler's Warriors) – 220 points
  2. Javier Montoya (Fruud's Dudes) – 210 points
  3. TORO (TORO'S Ballers) – 209 points
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