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  1. jree

    jree Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I just had my draft last night and after looking at that fantasy football poll thread, I realzied just how many of you guys are into it also.

    I was unfortunate enough to have been the last pick in my draft but we down round-rosie so atleast I got back to back picks. Here's my line up so far. Keep in mind that I am a Dol-Fan so that might explain some of my picks.

    QB - Drew Brees, Vince Young

    WR - DeSean Jackson, Santana Moss, Terrell Owens, Austin Collie, Davone Bess

    RB - Rashard Mendenhall, Ronnie Brown, LeSean McCoy, Thomas Jones, LaDanian Tomlinson(never going to use him)

    TE(flex position) - Owen Daniels(not starting him until I see that his knee is completely healed) Instead I have Austin Collie in

    Def - Blitzburgh

    K - Dan Carpenter

    Depending on how the QB play pans out, I have Devin Aromashodu, Arrelious Benn, Mike William(TB), Mike Williams(Seattle), Legadu Naanee, Laurent Robinson, and Lous Murphy all on my watch list.

    So what does your draft look like? Hopefully we can help each other out
     

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  2. NYCHitman1

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    I don't see why you wouldn't use LT. He's had an amazing pre-season, not to mention he looks like he's regained a lot of his youth.
     
  3. jree

    jree Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I love the guy. He's a great player and even better person. I'm Dol-Fan and just can't bring myself to root for any other team in the afc east

    EDIT: I drafted him as a handcuff to Shonne Green just incase he gets injured. I don't want anybody being able to pick him up in free agency. The jets have the best o-line in the game so I know he'll get some yards and a couple of touchdowns.
     
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    I drafted Bess as a sleeper in one my leagues. He should get a lot of targets with Brandon Marshall getting double teamed.

    My IDP/PPR/Dynasty league

    Drafted 1st out of 16 but because of the amount of entrants we're doing an online forum draft. Started in July and we still haven't finished yet.

    QB - Matt Ryan | Atlanta
    RB - Chris Johnson | Tennessee
    RB - Ryan Grant | Green Bay
    WR - Greg Jennings | Green Bay
    WR - Mike Sims-Walker | Jacksonville
    TE - Zach Miller | Oakland
    LB - D'Qwell Jackson | Cleveland
    LB - Lofa Tatupu
    | Seattle
    DL - Robert Mathis | Indianapolis
    DB - Cortland Finnegan
    | Tennessee
    K -
    --- Carson Palmer | Cincinnati
    --- Demaryius Thomas | Denver
    --- Davone Bess | Denver
    --- Tim Hightower | Arizona
    --- Montario Hardesty | Cleveland
    --- Tony Scheffler | Detroit
    --- Stephen Tullouck | Tennessee

    Another throw away league, no money at stake just experimenting.

    Drafted 8th out of 12 ... standard settings

    QB - Aaron Rodgers
    WR - DeSean Jackson
    WR - Wes Welker
    WR - DeZ Bryant
    RB - C.J Spiller
    RB - Matt Forte
    TE - Tony Gonzalez
    W/R - Justin Forsett
    K- Jay Feely
    DEF - Dallas

    Bench
    Donald Brown, RB
    Eddie Royal, WR
    Golden Tate, WR
    Darren Sproles, RB
    Kevin Boss, TE
    Matt Moore, QB





     
  5. irishpride

    irishpride Well-Known Member

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    1. Peyton Manning
    2. Reggie Wayne
    3. Cedric Benson
    4. Knowshon Moreno
    5. Hines Ward
    6. Matt Forte
    7. Hakeem Nicks
    8. Owen Daniels
    9. Chad Henne
    10. Cowboys D\ST
    11. Steve Slaton
    12. Golden Tate
    13. Julian Edleman
    14. Jeremy Shockey
    15. Ryan Longwell
    16. Dexter McCluster

    We have a 12 man league, do point per reception and I had the 10th pick.

    Edit: Just dropped Golden Tate For Mike Williams(Sea). He's looked great this pre-season, hopefully it carries over to the regular season.
     
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    It's a nice sleeper pick.
     
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    jree Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    its a great sleeper pick. I just dropped him because I saw aromashadu was available and I think he's gonna have a monster year with martz as the OC
     
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    jree Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I dropped golden Tate right after the draft also. I like the Mike Williams for Seattle and Tampa. I think both those guys are gonna have pimp games
     
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    jree Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Mike simms walker almost fell to me in the 8th but right before my pick somebody snakes him from me. He's gonna be a star this year
     
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    Hmm. I'll give my honest opinion. Your team is not that great. Brees is awesome. Your WR's are weak. Jackson won't have as good of a year with Kolb at QB. The rest of your WR's are #3's. You have two RB's worth owning; Mendenhall and Brown. McCoy is a scrub and Jones and LT are washed up. Mendenhall has a brutal playoff schedule though and Brown is coming off an injury. Daniels should be solid in the Texans offense as long as his knee holds up. Pittsburgh should be a good D.

    Hit the waiver wire! Good Luck.
     
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    Not a bad looking team.
     
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    Thanks, I actually just dropped Dexter McCluster for Kareem Huggins(backup for Cadillac Williams in Tampa). Raheem Morris is really high on this guy, and considering how injury prone Cadillac is, I would advise anyone who needs a RB, but there aren't any starters on waivers to pick this guy up because my guess is he'll be starting by week 4 for a team that loves to run the ball.
     
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    Your right, his WR's are a little week, but I actually think the rest of the team isn't terribel. T.O. is set to go off this year, teams won't be able to double him, with Chad Johnson(I refuse to call him his other name)on the other side and Jermaine Gresham at TE, not to mention Carson Palmer is 100% healthy and they have a beast at RB in Ced Benson. DeSean is sick, Kolb will get him the ball.

    You can't not like Brees at QB and Young is a pretty good backup. Your RB's are all solid(minus Thomas Jones, he's done). LT has looked great this pre season and from watching Hard Knocks, Rex Ryan is going to give him his looks. Mendenhall is one of the few RB's that will basically be getting 90% of the carries for his team and don't count out LeSean McCoy, he's another guy that's going to get the majority of the carries.

    I also got Owen Daniels, so I'm really liking that pick up, but you may want to drop one of your lesser players and pick up a 2nd TE just in case he's not quite ready at the beginning of the season.

    I hate your defense, I hope they lose every game this season and Worthlessberger dies of cancer of the dick(I'm a Seahawks fan, what can I say I'm still bitter!)

    As for the Kicker, who really cares, as long as they don't hurt themselves celebrating an extra point, your probably going to be OK.
     
  14. jree

    jree Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I drafted last. I play in a ppr league so I see T.O. giving me solid numbers with Palmer throwing to him. Jackson was Kolb's favorite target last year and he showed he can throw the deep ball pretty good. He may not be as good as McNabb just yet but he does show promise. Santana is still the only bonafied #1 with chris cooley as the check down. McNabb has shown he can still throw and still loves to throw.

    Thomas Jones isn't my starter and I'm just holding him as a spot that I can drop. LT is just a handcuff for if/when Shonn Greene goes down. Ronnie is a risk but I'm a dol-fan and had to get him on my roster. With B-Marsh there, they can't stack 8 in the box anymore so I see him having decent numbers, not spectacular ones. Lesean McCoy is a great back coming off of a great rookie season. He broke all rookie rushing records for the Iggles. In the Colts offense, everybody gets the ball so its high risk high reward and Collie is definitley just that. I have been watching Kareem Huggins so I'm waiting on Caddilac to get another flat tire so I can scoop him up real fast.

    I don't trust Daniels knee just yet but Carlson for Seattle is still out there but the TE position is a flex play option so its not that big of a deal.

    Thanks for all the feedback. This is what this threads about, helping eachother with so much money on the line
     
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    Drafted #2 out of 10. 15 round snake. 5 points for QB TD. Non-PPR.

    Starters
    QB- Tom Brady
    RB- Chris Johnson
    RB- Arian Foster
    WR- Miles Austin
    WR- Greg Jennings
    TE- Jermichael Finley
    K- Rob Bironas
    DST- Dallas

    Bench
    RB- Marion Barber
    RB- Carnell Williams
    WR- Santonio Holmes
    WR- Johnny Knox
    WR- Dez Bryant
    WR- Mohamed Massaquoi

    I don't believe in backup QB's, TE's or DST's. You just drop your least valuable player for a bye week fill in.
     
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    Who'd they take first pick in that draft? MJD?
     
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    AP. The guy with the first pick liked him better. You never know. Chris Johnson put a lot of mileage on his body last year. MJD has a knee problem (meniscus injury).
     
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    In all honesty, you really can't go wrong with any of the top picks in the 1st round (with the exception to injuries, of course).
     
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    • Drafted 6th. Custom Yahoo League.
    • All TDs (6pts) except K/P return TDs are 10pts. Non PPR and points only non head to head.
    • All yards for rushing and receiving yards are a point every 20yds.
    • One big diff with this league, there's a maximum of 5 pickups per season. So I can't be dropping and picking up players from the wire all the time. I usually save at least two for the last three weeks of the season.
    QB- Peyton Manning/Matt Ryan
    WR- Sidney Rice (boo!),Hines Ward, Santana Moss, Braylon Edwards, Devin Hester.
    RB- Michael Turner, Ryan Mathews, Jerome Harrison, Marion Barber
    TE- Visante Shiancoe
    K- Rob Bironas
    Def- 49ers and Panthers.

    I'm really iffy about my receiving core but other than that I'm comfortable.
    I'm hoping that a Miles Austin type player will come along and help me like Miles did last year. I was iffy about my receivers last year too but then Desean, Miles, and Sidney Rice helped me big time haha. I'm hoping for the same with the receivers I have this year.
     
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    xmr405o Well-Known Member

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    lol. That's what we thought until about a few years back, a person new to FFl, drafted Chicago D in the first round. haha. I mean, Chicago D did really good that year but we all started laughing when he put the draft sticker on the board. :p
     
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    LOL! I edited my post for accuracy purposes lol
     
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    xmr405o Well-Known Member

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    Haha. Anyways, did you draft yet? Who's on your team?

    Edit: Oops just saw it on the other thread?
     
  23. Ninja Monkey

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    You have a really nice team.....except for your WR's. My god that is BRUTAL. You need to keep an eye on the waiver wire for any WR talent. I HATE Santana Moss. He and Lee Evans are fantasy poison every year.
     
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    Maybe dangle Harrison and Moss or Ward for a WR upgrade.
     
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    irishpride Well-Known Member

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    Depending on whether or not you can start 2 QB's in your league(flex player), you may want to think about trading Matt Ryan and one of your WR's for a top end WR, try to find someone in need of a QB. Another option is picking up a guy like Mike Williams for the Seahawks, with Housh gone now he has a really good shot at being the #1 guy.
     

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