Scott Fish Bowl X

Updated: Jul 20, 2020

It would only make sense for Steve and I to both be drafting from the 10th spot in the Scott Fish Bowl X. Neither of us discussed which draft position we requested. Heck, we were just happy to be invited to the largest fantasy football tournament in the industry. So for both of us to be drafting from the 1.10 is purely coincidental. For those that are unsure what I am talking about, Scott Fish has created an invite-only charity tournament that pits "pros" vs "joes" in a 1400+ person tournament. He has been hosting the event for a few years now and it's grown exponentially each year. In fact, the first year *only* had 480 contestants. Fast-forward to 2020, and Scott Fish Bowl X (#SFBX) boasts 1,400 invitees with over 10,000 entries! To be invited is an honor.


This being both Steve and I's first time in "The Show" we thought it would be helpful to the #HandsTeam to follow along with each of our drafts. We will both update as we have time. This could be fun to look back at in a few months. Below I will touch on a few rules and some of the unique scoring.

  • The drafts start July 6th, 2020 at 10am EST

  • It will be a slow draft style played on MyFantasyLeague.com.

  • 8-hour pick timer (4-hour timer in 1st round)

  • Overnight shutoff: 2AM to 8am EST

  • The draft will be 22 rounds, snake style.

Basic Rules

  • 1440 Teams

  • 120 leagues (divisions) of 12 teams

  • 15 conferences

  • Start: 1 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR 1 TE, 4 Flex (can flex 1 QB) - (11 Total)

  • Bench: 11 players

  • No Kickers or Defenses

  • No Trading Allowed

  • Waivers: $100 Blind Bidding

Scoring is fractional (meaning 4 yards rushing = .4 points, 1 yard passing = .04 points, etc)

Passing:

  • 6 point passing TD

  • -4 point interception

  • -2 point interception for TD

  • 1 point for 25 yards passing (.04/per),

  • 1 point per 2 point conversions

  • -1 point per sack

  • -1 point per incompletion

  • .5 points per completion

Rushing:

  • 6 point rushing TD

  • 1 point for 10 yards rushing (.1/per),

  • 2 points for 2 point conversions

  • .5 point per 1st down

Receiving:

  • 6 point receiving

  • 1 point for 10 yards receiving (.1/per),

  • 2 points for 2 point conversions,

  • .5 point per 1st down

  • .5 point per reception

TE:

  • Extra .5 point per first down

  • Extra .5 point per reception

Returns:

  • 6 point for any return TD

  • 6 points if your player recovers a ball in the endzone for a TD

A few things jump right out in regards to scoring. First, the negative points for QB sacks and incompletions. Scott has done a good job in correlating good quarterback play with good fantasy scoring. For example, Jameis Winston finished as QB5 in traditional formats. However, in the SFBX format, he would have finished as QB18! Just as negative plays hurt the real-life team, they hurt your fantasy team in the Fish Bowl.


The next interesting scoring twist is the .5 point bonus every player gets for earning a first down. On top of that, tight ends get an additional .5 point bonus. For example, if Travis Kelce catches a 10-yard pass for a first down, he would score three points just for that one play. One point for the reception, one point for the yards, and one point for the first down. This makes the TE position very valuable especially the top tier players at the position.


Below are our picks in the Scott Fish Bowl X. We've tried to elaborate on some of the strategies in making our selections without giving away too much of our long-term plan. Follow along with us and let us know if you think we're building a contender or a pretender by leaving a comment or tweeting at us @SidelineSquib (Steve) or @DoOrDieNasty (Andrew).



Round One:


Andrew Leehy:


*Dak Prescott (QB, DAL)*

Photo credit: SI.com


Full disclosure, I was staring at my dream board minus Travis Kelce. I had the option to go just about any direction and I ultimately landed on the player who would have finished third overall in 2019 when using SFBX scoring. I felt like getting a top tier quarterback would make things easier later on in the draft. I won't have to sacrifice talent at other deeper positions if I lock up a stud quarterback in the early rounds.


Notable players considered:

  • Deshaun Watson

  • Russell Wilson

  • Derrick Henry

  • Miles Sanders

  • Nick Chubb

  • Michael Thomas

Steve Silvestri:


*Deshaun Watson (QB, HOU)*

Photo credit: Texanswire.com


In a similar fashion, I also felt the need to lock down a top quarterback in the first round. I choose the route of Deshaun Watson who ranked 7th in total scoring within SFBX scoring of 2019 statistics. Watson lost his alpha wide receiver to the Arizona Cardinals while adding Brandin Cooks. One major reason I targeted the quarterback was his receiving weapons. It's like a track meet every time they step on the field. In a league this size and the odds of 1/1440, you need to take chances that will boost you over the top of your competition. While the scoring may favor running backs I decided to zig when others zagged. It was a key piece I wanted to build my roster around and if he posts similar numbers to last season the quarterback scoring should keep me in the running alone.


Round Two:

Steve Silvestri:


*Dak Prescott (QB, DAL)*

Photo credit: newsweek.com


It's no secret that quarterbacks score a ton of points, and it just happened to fall my way. I had zero intentions of starting the draft with two quarterbacks in the first two rounds. With 1440 teams drafting at the same time Prescott has an ADP of 1.08 and he just happened to be staring me in the face in the second round. It was a no brainer for me at that given time to attack another top scorer. Just like Watson, Prescott was the 8th most points in SFBX 2019 scoring. I have some work to do after a huge running back run, but I'm happy doubling down on #4 as I head into the third.


Toy Story Division


1.10 Deshaun Watson

2.03 Dak Prescott

Andrew Leehy:


*Miles Sanders (RB, PHI)*

Photo credit: SI.com


For anyone that has been following me at Sideline Squib since day one, this selection should come as no surprise. You would be hard-pressed to find a bigger fan of the former Penn State running back than me. In fact, the most surprising part of drafting Miles Sanders in the second round is that I didn't draft him in the first. For those still not on board with Sanders as a top 5 running back in 2020, here's a few nuggets from Scoutmaster John FF (@justkeepscoutin) on twitter.

  • In 2019 from weeks 11-16, Sanders was RB3 in PPR.

  • He averaged 5.8 yards per touch and rushed for almost 1,000 yards. While seeing only 52% of snaps and less than 40% of team rush attempts.

  • In four games with 15+ rushes, Sanders averaged 18.5 FPPG, good enough for the 8th highest average among RB’s in 2019.

Want more? Check out John's twitter thread here:

Hot Wheels Division:

1.10 Dak Prescott

2.03 Miles Sanders


Round Three:

Andrew Leehy:


*Todd Gurley (RB, ATL)*

Photo credit: Facebook.com/TG3II


Almost as much as I have been the conductor of the Miles Sanders hype train, I've been the leader of the “Fade Todd Gurley” campaign. I have zero shares of the running back in any of my 18+ dynasty leagues heading into 2020. There is just something about chronic arthritis in the knees of a 25-year-old running back that gives me the heebie-jeebies.

But in the Fish Bowl, you have to take risks to beat 1,400 people. When using #SFBX scorinh Gurley finished as the RB9 in 2019. With that in mind, and knowing I don't want to be scrapping the bottom of the running back barrel, I scooped him up in the third round.


According to @PFF_fantasty on twitter, Gurley has the highest rushing grade (80.4) with 8+ men in the box since 2018.


Atlanta is poised to be in several shootouts in their high-flying division. There is seemingly no one behind Gurley to impede on his touches. I'm taking the running back with the most upside left late in the third round.


Hot Wheels Division:

1.10 Dak Prescott

2.03 Miles Sanders

3.10 Todd Gurley


Round Three:

Steve Silvestri:


*DeAndre Hopkins (WR, ARZ)*

Photo credit: Clutchpoints.com


This is where the research and game plan takes a leap out the window yelling "freeeeeedom" much like forky in Toy Story 4. In the previous round when I was not planning on taking a quarterback, Dak Prescott was staring me in the face. Now in round three, after a huge running back run, 24 picks from my last, something strange starts to happen. Hopkins, now with the Arizona Cardinals and that high flying Kliff Kingsbury offense is right there for the pickings. With last year's numbers, Hopkins lands the WR4 spot. Eclipsing 100 receptions, 1100 yards, while adding 7 touchdowns. The up-tempo of the Cardinals offense and much-needed safety blanket for Kyler Murray, I will predict similar numbers. I snag Hopkins and pair him up with two elite quarterbacks to form my base roster in the Scott Fish Bowl X.


Toy Story Division


1.10 Deshaun Watson

2.03 Dak Prescott

3.10 DeAndre Hopkins

Round Four:

Steve Silvestri:


*Kenny Golladay (WR, DET)*

Photo credit: PrideofDetroit.com


Yep, not what you would expect as a draft choice in the largest draft in the world where running back scoring is favored.... Another wide receiver, this time Kenny Golladay. On the turn nothing spectacular happened and yet again an alpha receiver was right there. Sure I could have reached for James Conner or Cam Akers but I just don't value them as much as I do Golladay in this spot, even with this scoring. Golladay as my WR2, boom! Coming in as the WR6 in this scoring format and last year's stats I'll add another top receiver to the squad. 65/1190/11 slash line and only half a season with Matt Stafford!? Saddle up because the ride has just begun on this roster construction. Did you say zig? Ok, I'll zag! Running backs are my top priority heading into the long-awaited 5th round.


Toy Story Division


1.10 Deshaun Watson

2.03 Dak Prescott

3.10 DeAndre Hopkins

4.03 Kenny Golladay


Round Four:

Andrew Leehy:


*DJ Moore (WR, CAR)*

Photo credit: Clutchpoints.com


This might be the most no-brainer selection of the draft. Getting the ALPHA wide receiver in Carolina late in the 4th round is absolutely tantalizing. Not only do the Panthers have a defense made from wet tissue paper. Like Todd Gurley and the Falcons, Carolina plays in the high scoring NFC South division. Meaning there will be ample of opportunity for negative game-script and garbage time scoring from Teddy Bridgewater and the rest of the offense.


After Cam Newton went down early in 2019, DJ Moore was left with Kyle Allen and Will Grier as the quarterbacks tasked with getting him the ball. They were absolutely terrible. Even so, Moore was able to finish top-10 in yards (1,175) and in contested catch rate (55.6%). I expect DJ Moore to eclipse 1,200 yards in 2020 as well as double his touchdowns from 2019 (4)! I'm ecstatic to land him as my WR1.


Hot Wheels Division:

1.10 Dak Prescott

2.03 Miles Sanders

3.10 Todd Gurley

4.03 D.J. Moore

Round Five:

Andrew Leehy:


*Josh Allen (QB, BUF)*

Photo credit: Syracuse.com


For those of you who listened to our episodes leading up to the SFBX, this pick should be a shock to you. Heck, it was a shock to me when I clicked "submit" after selecting the polarizing quarterback. When Steve asked me point blank on the show if there was a player I would be avoiding given the scoring I admitted that Josh Allen would not be on my roster. Given the negative point system for incompletions and sacks, Allen is a huge risk each week. After doing a little more digging prior to the #SFBX draft, I started to come around on him. I certainly didn't want him as my QB1. For the right price (ADP) though, I could be swayed. Allen, finished as the QB15 last year using this year's scoring for quarterbacks. He played all 16 games and scored more rushing touchdowns than the entire Bills backfield combined. In fact, over his first two seasons Josh Allen has rushed for 17 touchdowns, only Cam Newton had more (22).


Per Rotoworld.com and @JoshADHD, Josh Allen's ADP in the #SFBX so far has been around 3.08 (QB14). So when he falls all the way to 5.10 in the #HotWheels division I had to pull the trigger. His upside is tremendous.


The Bills organization has invested in wide receiver this off-season by trading for Stefon Diggs. For some, getting invited to the Scott Fish Bowl is all that matters. For others, advancing through to the playoffs is the goal. For me, I want to win the whole damn thing. In order to do that, I can't play scared. I am embracing the variance of fantasy football and I'm rostering Josh Allen.


Hot Wheels Division:

1.10 Dak Prescott

2.03 Miles Sanders

3.10 Todd Gurley

4.03 D.J. Moore

5.10 Josh Allen

Round Five:

Steve Silvestri:


*Odell Beckham Jr. (WR, CLE)*

Photo credit: vocal.com

So at this point you're probably thinking what in the hell are you doing, another wide receiver? This is how I see the big picture. I have a 1/1440 chance of winning this thing, only way to move on to the next round is to either win your division vs 11 other owners or score more points than 1400 others. I'm a betting man, but if you are not, it is still pretty obvious which may give you the better odds. Snagging two elite quarterbacks early allows me to take these chances on roster construction while I bulk up on elite wide receivers. Other owners are scrambling to fill their starting lineups because they choose the route of a single quarterback. Remember, with these scoring settings, if a quarterback doesn't eclipse more than a 66% completion percentage he will start to accrue negative points. There is no hiding it, the running back room is scarce. Reach for an unproven rookie still left on the board or attack the league with OBJ as my WR3!? As the 14th wide receiver taken in the Toy Story Division Beckham Jr. is in a great spot to bounce back and bring me value, ultimately outscoring his WR14 draft position. In a "down" year the man still produced 74/1035/4; 27th at the position with applied SFBX scoring, 3 more touchdown receptions and OBJ is within the top 20, 4 more totaling 8 on the season would land him right where I drafted him. Bold play, but value as my WR3.


Toy Story Division


1.10 Deshaun Watson

2.03 Dak Prescott

3.10 DeAndre Hopkins

4.03 Kenny Golladay

5.10 Odell Beckham Jr.



Round Six:

Steve Silvestri:


*Keenan Allen (WR, LAC)*

Photo credit: Faketeams.com

At the turn after OBJ the following were drafted; Raheem Mostert, A.J. Brown, Evan Engram, Mark Ingram. I could argue for A.J. Brown over OBJ and I did for a while with myself, nonetheless I went OBJ followed by Keenan Allen in the 6th round. Yes, still waiting on that running back, I know. With Mostert who is requesting a trade out of San Fransisco, and Ingram who is aging with J.K. Dobbins hungry for time I'm okay with those running backs going, leaving me with this PPR monster.

Ummm, what? The image alone tells me KA is locked in, add in the SFBX scoring for first downs and I just landed a top 5 receiver in the 6th. I missed the early running back run, and now I have reaped the ADP drop from some very talented wide receivers. If anything, my floor continues to rise! Although I really do have a plan, sometimes you need to call an audible. Let's try this again, this next round my goal is to land a running back!!!


Toy Story Division


1.10 Deshaun Watson

2.03 Dak Prescott

3.10 DeAndre Hopkins

4.03 Kenny Golladay

5.10 Odell Beckham Jr.

6.03 Keenan Allen



Round Six:

Andrew Leehy:


*Cooper Kupp (WR, LAR)*

Photo credit: Clutchpoints.com


Let me start by saying landing Cooper Kupp in the 6th round of ANY draft is a steal. I understand in this scoring format that wide receivers value as a whole is lower than that of a normal PPR scoring. Ignoring top-tier talent though is just not something I am willing to do. Pairing Kupp with DJ Moore makes for a very strong core and I will be looking to add to that core in the next few rounds. Rather than taking a running back to be my RB3 I feel building the most talented starting roster is the way to go. The Fish Bowls in the past have been won on the waiver wire, or so I've been told. Without trades though, there's just really no way to acquire talent. Depth sure, but talent will be tough to add post-draft. Getting another target hog in the wide receiver room allows for a high-floor on a week-to-week basis. Kupp led his team in all categories in 2019, and now that Brandin Cooks is in Houston, he should look to repeat that in 2020.


Oh and this...

Hot Wheels Division:

1.10 Dak Prescott

2.03 Miles Sanders

3.10 Todd Gurley

4.03 D.J. Moore

5.10 Josh Allen

6.03 Cooper Kupp

Round Seven:

Andrew Leehy:


*Terry Mclaurin (WR, WAS)*


Quick, who's the WR2 in Washington?


....


Time's up. The answer is, it doesn't matter. In fantasy football, volume is king. Snipping this breakout wide receiver from 2019 in the 7th round felt great. Drafting Dak and Josh Allen in earlier rounds afforded me the opportunity to ignore some non-sexy, yet productive quarterbacks here in the 7th and instead add to my wide receiver room that now includes DJ Moore, Cooper Kupp and Terry McLaurin. McLaurin graded out as the best receiver in the NFC East last year and the highest among rookies. Yes, that means higher than Amari Cooper and AJ Brown. Washington has since brought in a player's coach in Ron Rivera but they didn't address the wide receiver room which bodes well for the budding star, McLaurin. There are very few people in this industry I respect more from a projections standpoint than Evan Silva. * you can find his outstanding work at establishtherun.com *

Hot Wheels Division:

1.10 Dak Prescott

2.03 Miles Sanders

3.10 Todd Gurley

4.03 D.J. Moore

5.10 Josh Allen

6.03 Cooper Kupp

7.10 Terry McLaurin

Round Seven:

Steve Silvestri:


*Hunter Henry (TE, LAC)*

Photo credit: Gettyimages.com


"Zero RB" in a league where running back scoring is favored, I'm either nuts, or have no clue what I am doing right? So hear me out, Hunter Henry is known for his injuries thus far into his young career but when he is on the field he is one of the most electric tight ends to play right now. Starting his career off while playing with Antonio Gates, Henry still logged back to back TE2 seasons. After missing all of 2018 with an injury, he came lined right back up in the offense and posted a TE9 in only 12 games. Fingers are crossed this man can stay healthy because if he does his ceiling is the top. The Los Angeles Chargers have a decision to make in the quarterback room and whether they stick with the savvy veteran in Tyrod Taylor or sling the rock around with rookie Justin Herbert it's going to be a new quarterback under center.

Photo credit: pff.com


Since entering the league Henry has made the catches, all of them. Quarterbacks target him and he comes down with the ball. A big body could be just what the Chargers need as a safety blanket for whomever they decide to lead the team on Sundays. As for SFBX, every 10 yard reception will equate to 3 fantasy points. 1 for the reception, 1 for the yardage, 1 for the first down. 7th round tight end with an endless ceiling is a perfect fit for my roster construction.


Toy Story Division


1.10 Deshaun Watson

2.03 Dak Prescott

3.10 DeAndre Hopkins

4.03 Kenny Golladay

5.10 Odell Beckham Jr.

6.03 Keenan Allen

7.10 Hunter Henry


Round Eight:

Steve Silvestri:


*Baker Mayfield (QB, CLE)*

A new offensive line, a new coach, a new mindset. In the 8th round I am more then happy to grab a player like Baker Mayfield to be my QB3. With the talent at the top of the draft I know have the flexibility to see what Baker brings to the table this season before he hits my starting lineup. We all know what he can do, but when is he going to do it? He was the 21st quarterback selected in the draft and even the mediocre first two seasons he has out produced the QB21. Not only was this a safety pick for me to snag a back up with the insecurities of Covid-19 filled season I also had a plan up my sleeve. Deshaun Watson is on a BYE in week 8 where I can slide Mayfield into my lineup to face a lack luster defense in Las Vegas at home. Just so happens to be that the Dallas Cowboys and Dak Prescott are on a BYE in week 10. Mayfield will return from Cleveland's BYE in week 9 to face off in what should be a high scoring affair agains the Houston Texans also at home. 2 BYE week plugs, both high scoring games, middle of the season, coming off a BYE, AND a OBJ stack. yum yum.


Toy Story Division


1.10 Deshaun Watson

2.03 Dak Prescott

3.10 DeAndre Hopkins

4.03 Kenny Golladay

5.10 Odell Beckham Jr.

6.03 Keenan Allen

7.10 Hunter Henry

8.03 Baker Mayfield

Round Eight:

Andrew Leehy:


*Jarvis Landry (WR, Cle)*

Photo credit Clutchpoints.com


Jarvis Landry is slept on year in and year out. Partly because he's played his career in Miami and Cleveland. Still, it is inexcusable. He is the ultimate set it and forget it WR2 every week. In this case, he ends up being my 4th WR rostered. Landry has played 96 out of 96 possible games in his six-year career. He has averaged > 250+ fantasy points per year, over the last five years. Basically what I am saying is, the expectation (floor) is 80/950/5. That's a hell of a slash line to bank on at pick #87.


Hot Wheels Division:

1.10 Dak Prescott

2.03 Miles Sanders

3.10 Todd Gurley

4.03 D.J. Moore

5.10 Josh Allen

6.03 Cooper Kupp

7.10 Terry McLaurin

8.03 Jarvis Landry


Round Nine:

Andrew Leehy:


*Ronald Jones (RB,TB)*


Those that have been on the #HandsTeam since day one know my love for Ke'Shawn Vaughn. I think he ultimately takes over the backfield. Especially on passing downs, as he is the superior pass blocker. Unfortunately, he was selected seven picks before the draft got back around to me. Truth be told, I was all in on Ronald Jones pre-draft. Tom Brady has always utilized his running back out of the backfield and I do think Jones is talented. But when Vaughn was added in the NFL draft, it lowered Jones' stock a bit for me. Regardless, the running back pool has shrunk quite a bit the last few rounds in the Hot Wheels division so I couldn't let Jones tumble any further. He's my RB3 and I'm satisfied with that. I've loaded up at wide receiver and ultimately #SFBX rosters allow for seven wide receivers to start on a weekly basis. This selection was more so based on the board rather than preference.


Hot Wheels Division:

1.10 Dak Prescott

2.03 Miles Sanders

3.10 Todd Gurley

4.03 D.J. Moore

5.10 Josh Allen

6.03 Cooper Kupp

7.10 Terry McLaurin

8.03 Jarvis Landry

9.10 Ronald Jones

Round Ten:

Andrew Leehy:


*CeeDee Lamb (WR, DAL)*

Photo credit: latimes.com

Here's something I bet you didn't know about the best wide receiver in the 2020 rookie class CeeDee Lamb. His 0-10 yard split at the combine was faster (1.46) than that of John Ross (1.49) when he broke the combine record for the 40-yard dash in 2017.


Shoutout @Angelo_Fantasy on twitter for the breakdown. I highly suggest giving him a follow and subscribing to his website for analysis like this:

Lamb has and will always be my WR1 from this class. He brings everything you could ever want in a wide receiver to the field. Every. Single. Snap. Stacking him with my QB1 in the #SFBX is a no-brainer. I have a core group of receivers already and they will create a floor in the early weeks while Lamb gets adjusted to the pro game. But as you can probably tell from the clips above, it won't be long before he's America's favorite receiver.


Just in case you need a little more context as to why I am so high on the former Sooner. Here you go:

Hot Wheels Division:

1.10 Dak Prescott

2.03 Miles Sanders

3.10 Todd Gurley

4.03 D.J. Moore

5.10 Josh Allen

6.03 Cooper Kupp

7.10 Terry McLaurin

8.03 Jarvis Landry

9.10 Ronald Jones

10.03 CeeDee Lamb

Round Eleven:

Andrew Leehy:


*Phillip Lindsay (RB, DEN)*

Photo credit: Clutchpoints.com


Before I get into my 11th round selection I just want to note that clutchpoints.com have some fantastic photo editors. You may have noticed several images have come from them and it's because they are crushing the edit game. Anyways, back to your regular scheduled program...


Fun fact: Phillip Lindsay joins Bobby Humphrey, Terrell Davis, and Clinton Portis as just the 4th Broncos running back to register back to back 1,000+ yard rushing seasons.

Yes, I know Melvin Gordon has taken his talents to Mile High, but I think Lindsay still has a role in this offense. And if Gordon were to miss any time Lindsay could have weekly RB2 potential. I'm sticking with the ceiling theme. I need to maximize the volatility with each pick this late in the draft.


Few will offer touchdown upside quite like Lindsay has since 2018.

Hot Wheels Division:

1.10 Dak Prescott

2.03 Miles Sanders

3.10 Todd Gurley

4.03 D.J. Moore

5.10 Josh Allen

6.03 Cooper Kupp

7.10 Terry McLaurin

8.03 Jarvis Landry

9.10 Ronald Jones

10.03 CeeDee Lamb

11 .11 Phillip Lindsay

Here's how the rest of my draft shook out.

I feel really good about the rookie wide receivers I was able to add to my veteran core. I added some risky tight ends in the second half of the draft and I will need them to pay off or I will be in rough shape. I also added Super Bowl champion Nick Foles as my QB3. If you haven't read my article on the fantasy outlook for the Bears with Foles under center you can check it out here.


I also nabbed Tua’s new favorite weapon, Preston Williams in the 13th!

Before tearing his ACL in Week 9 — Preston Williams outpaced DeVante Parker in targets (60/52), receptions (32/28), and yards (428/400). Also, when one of the best talent evaluators in the industry gives their stamp of approval, you should listen. None better than @RayGQue

Let me know how you think I did in the comments or @DoOrDieNasty on twitter. Till next time! ✌🏼



Here's how the rest of my team shaped out, like Andrew feel free to start a conversation @sidelinesquib!


Follow along with both of our Sideline Squib teams as we take on the rest of the fantasy football community in the Scott Fish Bowl X!

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