#TuesdayTally – Week Three

We’re all about accountability at DC Towers, and we want to make sure that you’re getting only the highest quality rankings from our correspondents. How to achieve that? A fight to the death (apparently we can’t do that). We’ll rank them against each other in the public arena.

As we’re still in the early stages, we might see the lead change hands quite radically. However, we’ve cleaned up our act a little to push our success rate up to 70% through Week Three.

#TeamDC Overall

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Individual Correspondents

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A pretty good week on the whole for our Premier and Division One correspondents, with only one indiscretion coming from Chris, and his frankly unforgivable failure to predict that the Sussex Thunder would shut out the Solent Thrashers. Oheeul could feel hard done by as a rare tie keeps him from a perfect record after he resisted the hype, and backed the Edinburgh Wolves to beat the Sheffield Giants.

Division Two was… not so good. We saw two 100% records falling, James taking a dent to his hopes, and Matthew falling to just 33% as he backed a couple of losing teams in the NFC2 North. The outliers were JJ, keen to prove he can get it right after going against the dominant Cheetahs twice, and Will, who despite running on fumes courtesy of the newest member of the Claringbold family, still went 2-for-2 in the NFC2 South.

For those keeping score, that’s three correspondents still at 100%. Rose (two games), Rob (three games) and Will (five games).

Call of the Week

Despite coming in for some stick on Facebook after we published our predictions, Grant was proved right over his ballsy selection of the newly promoted London Hornets to beat last year’s playoff team, the Kent Exiles.

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Gareth Thomas

Gareth has played for the Birmingham Bulls and Sandwell Steelers, and as a frustrated offensive play-maker craves only the sweet rush that comes with interceptions. He joined Double Coverage at the request of Rob Amor and is only here until he's picked up by ESPN or Sports Illustrated.