Flanagan hopes to rebound from first loss in GameDay League

Then there were none. With a loss by the slimmest of margins -- just .22 points -- Alex Flanagan was the final team in the NFL GameDay Morning League to take a loss. But she still leads her divison with a chance to reassert herself this week. But lest we forget, there's a pretty furious battle behind her for playoff position.

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Fresh off a 138-point performance and his third straight win, Kurt Warner faces a tough test against Michael Fabiano's Stallions. To get a win, he'll need some consistency from Eli Manning and DeSean Jackson and a repeat performance from Shonn Greene. Fabiano is rolling the dice with the likes of Ryan Torain and Reggie Wayne. His three-game winning streak could hit a roadblock.

Predicted outcome: The Krew stays hot with a white-knuckle win over the Stallions.

Last week, byes did Alex Flanagan in on the way to her first loss of the season. This week, everyone's back which is bad news for Steve Mariucci's Militia. With Philip Rivers and Beanie Wells off this week, Mooch will need explosions from Arian Foster and Greg Jennings to stay in this one.

Predicted outcome: Last week was merely a speed bump as the Flantastic bandwagon keeps rolling.

Both Marshall Faulk and Warren Sapp are looking to end losing streaks this week. On paper, Sapp has the better roster, but the difference could be how well the 49ers are able to defend the combination of Matthew Stafford and Calvin Johnson. Alex Smith breaking out could do Faulk some good, as well.

Predicted outcome: You might be able to slow down the Lions' offense, but they'll be good enough to get Sapp a win.

Running backs are precious fantasy football commodity and having two quality ones have propelled Elliot Harrison's Smashiitis to a 4-1 record. With Tony Romo facing a nice matchup against the Patriots, Harrison could put up a big number again this week. To compete, Rich Eisen's Kukars will need someone other than Aaron Rodgers to go wild.

Predicted outcome: Time for teams to realize that Smashiitis isn't going away after he dusts off Bernie.

Coming off a Week 5 upset of previously undefeated Alex Flanagan, Stacey Dales takes aim at Michael Irvin's struggling Play Makers. Getting a second straight win will be a challenge unless Rashard Mendenhall can produce against the Jaguars. Meanwhile, Irvin will need to overcome not having Vincent Jackson if he wants to back up wins.

Predicted outcome: Big weeks from Tom Brady and Fred Jackson get The Play Makers to an actual winning streak.

If styles make fights, then the contest between the 0-5 Lombardi on Broadway and the 1-4 Sonic Reducers could be the best of the week. La Canfora's Reducers could be in trouble this week by relying on so many San Diego Chargers on their bye week. But with Lombardi's hit-or-miss lineup, he could stay in this one.

Predicted outcome: This is finally the week that the lights on Broadway get a little brighter with a win.

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