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#1 Stinkin Ref

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Posted 29 March 2011 - 09:37 AM

thought I'd start one to keep the draft thread clean...hopefully everybody is pming next up and on deck.....have fun
1.01 - Rzrback77 - Adrian Peterson, MIN, RB1
2.16- Rzrback77 - Reggie Wayne, IND, WR8
3.01 - Rzrback77 - Dwayne Bowe, KC, WR9
4.16- Rzrback77 - Josh Freeman, TB, QB12
5.01 - Rzrback77 - Chris Cooley, WAS, TE8
6.16 - Rzrback77 - Tony Gonzalez, ATL, TE16
7.01 - Rzrback77 - Steve Smith, CAR, WR33
8.16 - Rzrback77 - Ladainian Tomlinson, NYJ, RB40
9.01 - Rzrback77 - Colt McCoy, CLE, QB26
10.16 - Rzrback77 - Pittsburgh Steelers, DST1
11.01 - Rzrback77 - Green Bay Packers, DST2
12.16 - Rzrback77 - Nate Washington, TEN, WR66
13.01 - Rzrback77 - Toby Gerhart, MIN, RB51
14.16 - Rzrback77 - Neil Rackers, HOU, PK8
15.01 - Rzrback77 - Montario Hardesty, CLE, RB57
16.16 - Rzrback77 - Jay Feely, AZ, PK22
17.01 - Rzrback77 - DeMarco Murray, ROOKIE, RB62
18.16 - Rzrback77 - Andre Roberts, CIN, WR94
19.01 - Rzrback77 - Brian Hartline, MIA, WR95
20.16 - Rzrback77 - Harry Douglas, ATL, WR105
21.01 - Rzrback77 - Shane Vereen, ROOKIE, RB82
22.16 - Rzrback77 - Laurent Robinson, STL?, WR114
23.01 - Rzrback77 - Delanie Walker SF, TE44
24.16 - Rzrback77 - Josh Johnson, TB?/SF?, QB46

1.02 - Reaper - Chris Johnson, TEN, RB2
2.15- Reaper - Dallas Clark, IND, TE4
3.02 - Reaper - Mike Wallace, PIT, WR10
4.15- Reaper - Ahmad Bradshaw, NYG, RB20
5.02 - Reaper - Joe Flacco, BAL, QB13
6.15 - Reaper - David Garrard, JAX, QB20
7.02 - Reaper - Johnny Knox, CHI, WR34
8.15 - Reaper - James Starks, GB, RB39
9.02 - Reaper - Greg Olsen, CHI, TE19
10.15 - Reaper - Donald Brown, IND, RB47
11.02 - Reaper - Lee Evans, BUF, WR58
12.15 - Reaper - Seattle Seahawks, DST18
13.02 - Reaper - Tennessee Titans, DST19
14.15 - Reaper - Jerricho Cotchery, NYJ, WR68
15.02 - Reaper - Rob Bironas, TEN, PK9
16.15 - Reaper - Mohamed Massaquoi, CLE, WR78
17.02 - Reaper - Phil Dawson, CLE, PK23
18.15 - Reaper - Louis Murphy, OAK, WR93
19.02 - Reaper - Roscoe Parrish, BUF, WR96
20.15 - Reaper - Taiwan Jones, ROOKIE, RB81
21.02 - Reaper - Chester Taylor, CHI, RB83
22.15 - Reaper - Deji Karim, JAX, RB90
23.02 - Reaper - Chaz Schilens, OAK, WR115
24.15 - Reaper - Alex Green, ROOKIE, RB98

1.03 - BSS - Ray Rice, BAL, RB3
2.14- BSS - Tony Romo, DAL, QB7
3.03 - BSS - Vincent Jackson, SD, WR11
4.14- BSS - Michael Crabtree, SF, WR25
5.03 - BSS - Brandon Pettigrew, DET, TE9
6.14 - BSS - Chris Wells, ARI, RB28
7.03 - BSS - Dustin Keller, NYJ, TE17
8.14 - BSS - Tim Hightower, AZ, RB38
9.03 - BSS - Lance Moore, NO, WR46
10.14 - BSS - Jacoby Jones, HOU, WR57
11.03 - BSS - Nate Burleson, DET, WR59
12.14 - BSS - Atlanta Falcons, DST17
13.03 - BSS - Kansas City Chiefs, DST20
14.14 - BSS - Marion Barber, DAL, RB56
15.03 - BSS - Billy Cundiff, BAL, PK10
16.14 - BSS - Eddie Royal, DEN, WR77
17.03 - BSS - John Kasay, CAR, PK24
18.14 - BSS - Jon Kitna, DAL, QB33
19.03 - BSS - Jordan Todman, ROOKIE, RB71
20.14 - BSS - Jarrett Dillard, JAX, WR104
21.03 - BSS - Charlie Whitehurst, SEA, QB39
22.14 - BSS - Steve Slaton, HOU?, RB89
23.03 - BSS - Ryan Mallett, ROOKIE, QB42
24.14 - BSS - Vincent Brown, ROOKIE, WR127

1.04 - kruppe - Arian Foster, HOU, RB4
2.13- kruppe - Jason Witten, DAL, TE3
3.04 - kruppe - Ben Roethlisberger, PIT, QB8
4.13- kruppe - Knowshon Moreno, DEN, RB19
5.04 - kruppe - Anquan Boldin, BAL, WR26
6.13 - kruppe - Deion Branch, NE WR32
7.04 - kruppe - Mike Williams, SEA, WR35
8.13 - kruppe - Carson Palmer, CIN, QB25
9.04 - kruppe - James Jones, GB, WR47
10.13 - kruppe - Mike Sims-Walker, JAX, WR56
11.04 - kruppe - New York Jets, DST3
12.13 - kruppe - WIllis McGahee, BAL, RB50
13.04 - kruppe - St. Louis Rams, DST21
14.13 - kruppe - Stephen Gostkowski, NE, PK7
15.04 - kruppe - Steve Breaston, AZ, WR69
16.13 - kruppe - Ben Tate, HOU, RB61
17.04 - kruppe - Shaun Suisham, PIT, PK25
18.13 - kruppe - Ricky Williams, MIA?, RB70
19.04 - kruppe - Brandon Jackson, GB, RB72
20.13 - kruppe - Clay Harbor, PHI, TE36
21.04 - kruppe - Daniel Fells, STL, TE37
22.13 - kruppe - Noel Divine, ROOKIE, RB88
23.04 - kruppe - Mike Kafka, PHI, QB43
24.13 - kruppe - SKIPPED - David Nelson, BUF, WR128 - Selected after 24.16

1.05 - Jeter23 - Jamaal Charles, KC, RB5
2.12- jeter23 - Larry FItzgerald, ARI, WR7
3.05 - Jeter23 - Desean Jackson, PHI, WR12
4.12- jeter23 - Santonio Holmes, NYJ, WR24
5.05 - Jeter23 - Sam Bradford, STL, QB14
6.12 - jeter23 - Marcedes Lewis, JAX, TE15
7.05 - Jeter23 - Kevin Kolb, PHI, QB21
8.12 - jeter23 - Ryan Torain, WASH, RB37
9.05 - Jeter23 - Davone Bess, MIA, WR48
10.12 - jeter23 - Ben Watson, CLE, TE25
11.05 - Jeter23 - Bernard Scott, CIN, RB48
12.12 - jeter23 - Arizona Cardinals, DST16
13.05 - Jeter23 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers, DST22
14.12 - jeter23 - Rashad Jennings, TEN, RB55
15.05 - Jeter23 - Adam Vinatieri, INDY, PK11
16.12 - jeter23 - David Buehler, DAL, PK21
17.05 - Jeter23 - Justin Forsett, SEA, RB63
18.12 - jeter23 - Eric Decker, DEN, WR92
19.05 - Jeter23 - Matt Flynn, GB, QB34
20.12 - jeter23 - Ed Dickson, BAL, TE35
21.05 - Jeter23 - Greg Little, ROOKIE, WR106
22.12 - jeter23 - Marcel Reece, OAK, RB87
23.05 - Jeter23 - Julian Edelman, NE, WR116
24.12 - jeter23 - Jonathan Dwyer, PIT, RB97

1.06 - Norseman - LeSean McCoy, PHI, RB6
2.11- Norseman - Philip Rivers, SD, QB6
3.06 - Norseman - Wes Welker, NE WR13
4.11- Norseman - Pierre Garcon, IND, WR23
5.06 - Norseman - LeGarrette Blount, TB, RB21
6.11 - Norseman - Aaron Hernandez, NE, TE14
7.06 - Norseman - Kyle Orton, DEN, QB22
8.11 - Norseman - Malcom Floyd, SD, WR45
9.06 - Norseman - Heath Miller, PIT, TE20
10.11 - Norseman - Tashard Choice, DAL, RB46
11.06 - Norseman - Chicago Bears, DST4
12.11 - Norseman - New Orleans Saints, DST15
13.06 - Norseman - Jason Snelling, ATL, RB52
14.11 - Norseman - Jabar Gaffney, DEN, WR67
15.06 - Norseman - Nick Folk, NYJ, PK12
16.11 - Norseman - Donald Driver, GB, WR76
17.06 - Norseman - Connor Barth, TB, PK26
18.11 - Norseman - Thomas Jones, KC, RB69
19.06 - Norseman - Blair White, INDY, WR97
20.11 - Norseman - David Thomas, NO, TE34
21.06 - Norseman - TJ Houshmandzadeh, BAL?, WR107
22.11 - Norseman - Patrick Crayton, SD, WR113
23.06 - Norseman - Dezmon Briscoe, TB, WR117
24.11 - Norseman - Mewelde Moore, PIT?, RB96


1.07 - GetintheMix - Andre Johnson, HOU, WR1
2.10- Getinthemix - Miles Austin, DAL, WR6
3.07 - GetintheMix - Matt Schaub, HOU, QB9
4.10- Getinthemix - Ryan Mathews, SD, RB18
5.07 - GetintheMix - Felix Jones, DAL, RB22
6.10 - Getinthemix - Jermaine Gresham, CIN, TE13
7.07 - GetintheMix - Chad Ochocinco, CIN, WR36
8.10 - Getinthemix - Ronnie Brown, MIA?, RB36
9.07 - GetintheMix - Matt Hasselbeck, SEA, QB27
10.10 - Getinthemix - Mark Clayton, STL, WR55
11.07 - GetintheMix - Jeremy Shockey, CAR, TE26
12.10 - Getinthemix - Minnesota Vikings, DST14
13.07 - GetintheMix - John Carlson, SEA, TE27
14.10 - Getinthemix - Sebastian Janikowski, OAK, PK6
15.07 - GetintheMix - Josh Brown, STL, PK13
16.10 - Getinthemix - Kevin Walter, HOU, WR75
17.07 - GetintheMix - Golden Tate, SEA, WR79
18.10 - Getinthemix - Jacquizz Rodgers, ROOKIE, RB68
19.07 - GetintheMix - Torrey Smith, ROOKIE, WR98
20.10 - Getinthemix - Alex Smith, SF, QB38
21.07 - GetintheMix - Danny Ware, NYG, RB84
22.10 - Getinthemix - Jeff Reed, PIT, PK31
23.07 - GetintheMix - Jerrel Jernigan, ROOKIE, WR118
24.10 - Getinthemix - Antonio Brown, PIT, WR126


1.08 - Andy Dufresne - Calvin Johnson, DET, WR2
2.09- Andy Dufrense - Matt Forte, CHI, RB13
3.08 - Andy Dufresne - Vernon Davis, SF, TE5
4.09- Andy Dufrense - Kenny Britt, TEN, WR22
5.08 - Andy Dufresne - Matt Cassel, KC, QB15
6.09 - Andy Dufrense - Fred Jackson, BUF, RB27
7.08 - Andy Dufresne - Jacoby Ford, OAK, WR37
8.09 - Andy Dufrense - Pierre Thomas, NO, RB35
9.08 - Andy Dufresne - Jason Campbell, OAK, QB28
10.09 - Andy Dufrense - Cam Newton, ROOKIE, QB30
11.08 - Andy Dufresne - Anthony Armstrong, WAS, WR60
12.09 - Andy Dufrense - Danario Alexander, STL, WR65
13.08 - Andy Dufresne - Kevin Boss, NYG, TE28
14.09 - Andy Dufrense - Buffalo Bills, DST32
15.08 - Andy Dufresne - Dan Carpenter, MIA, PK14
16.09 - Andy Dufrense - Brandon Tate, NE, WR74
17.08 - Andy Dufresne - Daniel Thomas, ROOKIE, RB64
18.09 - Andy Dufrense - TIMED OUT - Randall Cobb, ROOKIE, WR91
19.08 - Andy Dufresne - Roy Helu, ROOKIE, RB73
20.09 - Andy Dufrense - Fred Davis, WASH, TE33
21.08 - Andy Dufresne - Greg Camarillo, MIN, WR108
22.09 - Andy Dufrense - SKIPPED - Javarris James, INDY, RB91 - TAKEN AFTER 23.02
23.08 - Andy Dufresne - Jason Hanson, DET, PK32
24.09 - Andy Dufrense - Joe Webb, MIN, QB45

1.09 - BassnBrew - Michael Vick, PHI, QB1
2.08- BassNBrew - Jermichael Finley, GB, TE2
3.09 - BassnBrew - Brandon Marshall, MIA, WR14
4.08- BassNBrew - DeAngelo Williams, CAR, RB17
5.09 - BassnBrew - Jay Cutler, CHI, QB16
6.08 - BassNBrew - Austin Collie, IND, WR31
7.09 - BassnBrew - Santana Moss, WASH, WR38
8.08 - BassNBrew - Reggie Bush, NO, RB34
9.09 - BassnBrew - Michael Bush, OAK, RB41
10.08 - BassNBrew - Jerome Simpson, CIN, WR53
11.09 - BassnBrew - New York Giants, DST5
12.08 - BassNBrew - Oakland Raiders, DST13
13.09 - BassnBrew - Miami Dolphins, DST23
14.08 - BassNBrew - Garrett Hartley, NO, PK5
15.09 - BassNBrew - Mike Goodson, CAR, RB58
16.08 - BassNBrew - Ryan Succop, KC, PK20
17.09 - BassnBrew - Roy Williams, DAL, WR80
18.08 - BassNBrew - Plaxico Burress, JAIL, WR90
19.09 - BassnBrew - David Gettis, CAR, WR99
20.08 - BassNBrew - Leon Washington, SEA, RB80
21.09 - BassnBrew - Shayne Graham, NE?, PK29
22.08 - BassNBrew - Bo Scaife, TEN?, TE43
23.09 - BassnBrew - Armanti Edwards, CAR, WR119
24.08 - BassNBrew - Mike Bell, CLE, RB95

1.10 - Sigmund Bloom - Maurice Jones Drew, JAX, RB7
2.07- Sigmund Bloom - Antonio Gates, SD, TE1
3.10 - Sigmund Bloom - Marques Colston, NO, WR15
4.07- Sigmund Bloom - Matt Ryan, ATL, QB11
5.10 - Sigmund Bloom - Percy Harvin, MIN, WR27
6.07 - Sigmund Bloom - Mark Ingram, ROOKIE, RB26
7.10 - Sigmund Bloom - Donovan McNabb, WASH?, QB23
8.07 - Sigmund Bloom - CJ Spiller, BUF, RB33
9.10 - Sigmund Bloom - Arrelious Benn, TB, WR49
10.07 - Sigmund Bloom - Mike Tolbert, SD, RB45
11.10 - Sigmund Bloom - Earl Bennett, CHI, WR61
12.07 - Sigmund Bloom - Donnie Avery, STL, WR64
13.10 - Sigmund Bloom - Indianapolis Colts, DST24
14.07 - Sigmund Bloom - Cleveland Browns, DST31
15.10 - Sigmund Bloom - Derrick Mason, BAL, WR70
16.07 - Sigmund Bloom - Darren Sproles, SD, RB60
17.10 - Sigmund Bloom - Olindo Mare, SEA, PK27
18.07 - Sigmund Bloom - Andre Caldwell, CIN, WR89
19.10 - Sigmund Bloom - Shaun Hill, DET, QB35
20.07 - Sigmund Bloom - Tony Scheffler, DET, TE32
21.10 - Sigmund Bloom - Evan Moore, CLE, TE38
22.07 - Sigmund Bloom - Graham Gano, WASH, PK30
23.10 - Sigmund Bloom - Adrian Arrington, NO, WR120
24.07 - Sigmund Bloom - Da'Rel Scott, ROOKIE, RB94

1.11 - Stinkin Ref - Aaron Rodgers, GB, QB2
2.06- Stinkin Ref - Hakeem Nicks, NYG, WR5
3.11 - Stinkin Ref - Peyton Hillis, CLE, RB14
4.06- Stinkin Ref - Jahvid Best, DET, RB16
5.11 - Stinkin Ref - Jimmy Graham, NO, TE10
6.06 - Stinkin Ref - Tim Tebow, DEN, QB19
7.11 - Stinkin Ref - Terrell Owens, CIN?, WR39
8.06 - Stinkin Ref - Jordy Nelson, GB, WR44
9.11 - Stinkin Ref - Danny Woodhead, NE, RB42
10.06 - Stinkin Ref - Brandon Jacobs, NYG, RB44
11.11 - Stinkin Ref - Jordan Shipley, CIN, WR62
12.06 - Stinkin Ref - Detroit Lions, DST12
13.11 - Stinkin Ref - Washington Redskins, DST25
14.06 - Stinkin Ref - Matt Bryant, ATL, PK4
15.11 - Stinkin Ref - Jacob Tamme, IND, TE30
16.06 - Stinkin Ref - Matt Prater, DEN, PK19
17.11 - Stinkin Ref - Jason Avant, PHI, WR81
18.06 - Stinkin Ref - TIMED OUT - Jerome Harrison, PHI?, RB67
19.11 - Stinkin Ref - Brandon LaFell, CAR, WR100
20.06 - Stinkin Ref - LeRon McClain, BAL, RB79
21.11 - Stinkin Ref - Josh Cribbs, CLE, WR109
22.06 - Stinkin Ref - Damian Williams, TEN, WR112
23.11 - Stinkin Ref - Kevin Ogletree, DAL, WR121
24.06 - Stinkin Ref - Derrick Ward, HOU, RB93

1.12 - Steel Dillo - Rashard Mendenhall, PIT, RB8
2.05- Steel Dillo - Tom Brady, NE, QB5
3.12 - Steel Dillo - Mike Williams, TB, WR16
4.05- Steel Dillo - Rob Gronkowski, NE, TE7
5.12 - Steel Dillo - Mike Thomas, JAX, WR28
6.05 - Steel Dillo - Marshawn Lynch, SEA, RB25
7.12 - Steel Dillo - Steve Smith, NYG, WR40
8.05 - Steel Dillo - Ryan Fitzpatrick, BUF, QB24
9.12 - Steel Dillo - Todd Heap, BAL, TE21
11.12 - Steel Dillo - Chris Ivory, NO, RB49
12.05 - Steel Dillo - San Francisco 49ers, DST11
13.12 - Steel Dillo - (1 HOUR CLOCK) - Cincinnati Bengals, DST26
14.05 - Steel Dillo - (1 HOUR CLOCK) - Mason Crosby, GB, PK3
15.12 - Steel Dillo - Cadillac Williams, TB, RB59
16.05 - Steel Dillo - (1/2 HOUR CLOCK) - Michael Jenkins, ATL, WR73
17.12 - Steel Dillo - Devin Hester, CHI, WR82
18.05 - Steel Dillo - (1/4 CLOCK) - Rian Lindell, BUF, PK28
19.12 - Steel Dillo - (1/4 CLOCK) - Keiland Williams, WASH, RB74
20.05 - Steel Dillo - (1/4 CLOCK) - Brandon Gibson, STL, WR103
21.12 - Steel Dillo - (1/4 CLOCK) - Deon Butler, SEA, WR110
22.05 - Steel Dillo - (1/4 CLOCK) - Joel Dreessen, HOU, TE42
23.12 - Steel Dillo - (1/4 CLOCK) - Jimmy Clausen, CAR, QB44
24.05 - Steel Dillo - (1/4 CLOCK) -Kevin Smith, DET, RB92



1.13 - eakfootball - Roddy White, ATL, WR3
2.04- eakfootball - Michael Turner, ATL, RB12
3.13 - eakfootball - Dez Bryant, DAL, WR17
4.04- eakfootball - Jonathan Stewart, CAR, RB15
5.13 - eakfootball - Mark Sanchez, NYJ, QB17
6.04 - eakfootball - AJ Green, ROOKIE, WR30
7.13 - eakfootball - Mike LeShoure, ROOK, RB29
8.04 - eakfootball - Julio Jones, ROOKIE, WR43
9.13 - eakfootball - Tony Moeaki, KC, TE22
10.04 - eakfootball - Brent Celek, PHI, TE24
11.13 - eakfootball - Philadelphia Eagles, DST6
12.04 - eakfootball - Blaine Gabbert, ROOKIE, QB32
13.13 - eakfootball - Carolina Panthers, DST28 (selected out of turn)
14.04 - eakfootball - Kendall Hunter, ROOKIE, RB54
15.13 - eakfootball - Josh Scobee, JAX, PK15
16.04 - eakfootball - Devery Henderson, NO, WR72
17.13 - eakfootball - TIMED OUT - Leonard Hankerson, ROOKIE, WR86 - TAKEN AFTER 18.01
18.04 - eakfootball - Jalen Parmele, BAL, RB66
19.13 - eakfootball - Taylor Price, NE, WR101
20.04 - eakfootball - Tyler Thigpen, MIA?, QB37
21.13 - eakfootball - TIMED OUT - Michael Hoomanawanui, STL, TE39
22.04 - eakfootball - TIMED OUT - Fendi Onobun, STL, TE41
23.13 - eakfootball - Seyi Ajirotutu, SD, WR122
24.04 - eakfootball - Maurice Morris, DET, RB91

1.14 - Orgazmo - Darren McFadden, OAK, RB9
2.03- Orgazmo - Peyton Manning, IND, QB4
3.14 - Orgazmo - Brandon Lloyd, DEN, WR18
4.03- Orgazmo - Owen Daniels, HOU, TE6
5.14 - Orgazmo - Shonn Greene, NYJ, RB23
6.03 - Orgazmo - Mario Manningham, NYG, WR29
7.14 - Orgazmo - Jared Cook, TEN, TE18
8.03 - Orgazmo - Ryan Grant, GB, RB32
9.14 - Orgazmo - Chad Henne, MIA, QB29
10.03 - Orgazmo - Emmanuel Sanders, PIT, WR52
11.14 - Orgazmo - New England Patriots, DST7
12.03 - Orgazmo - Jason Hill, JAX, WR63
13.14 - Orgazmo - Denver Broncos, DST27
14.03 - Orgazmo - Nate Kaeding, SD, PK2
15.14 - Orgazmo - Brian Robiskie, CLE, WR71
16.03 - Orgazmo - Kyle Rudolph, ROOKIE, TE32
17.14 - Orgazmo - Joe McKnight, NYJ, RB65
18.03 - Orgazmo - Darrius Heyward-Bey, OAK, WR88
19.14 - Orgazmo - Mark Bulger, BAL?, QB36
20.03 - Orgazmo - Isaac Redman, PIT, RB78
21.14 - Orgazmo - Titus Young, ROOKIE, WR111
22.03 - Orgazmo - Martellus Bennett, DAL, TE40
23.14 - Orgazmo - Chris Chambers, WR123
24.03 - Orgazmo - Alex Henery, ROOKIE, PK33


1.15 - Football Critic - Drew Brees, NO, QB3
2.02- Football Critic - Steven Jackson, STL, RB11
3.15 - Football Critic - Jeremy Maclin, PHI, WR19
4.02- Football Critic - Sidney Rice, MIN, WR21
5.15 - Football Critic - Kellen Winslow, TB, TE11
6.02 - Football Critic - BenJarvus Green-Ellis, NE, RB24
7.15 - Football Critic - Cedrick Benson, CIN, RB30
8.02 - Football Critic - Hines Ward, PIT, WR42
9.15 - Football Critic - Robert Meachem, NO, WR50
10.02 - Football Critic - Visanthe Shiancoe, MIN, TE23
11.15 - Football Critic - Baltimore Ravens, DST8
12.02 - Football Critic - Vince Young, TEN, QB31
13.15 - Football Critic - Anthony Dixon, SF, RB53
14.02 - Football Critic - Jacksonville Jaguars, DST30
15.15 - Football Critic - Robbie Gould, CHI, PK16
16.02 - Football Critic - Lawrence Tynes, NYG, PK18
17.15 - Football Critic - Jonathan Baldwin, ROOKIE, WR83
18.02 - Football Critic - Dexter Mccluster, KC, WR87
19.15 - Football Critic - Dion Lewis, ROOKIE, RB75
20.02 - Football Critic - Javon Ringer, TEN, RB77
21.15 - Football Critic - Jake Locker, ROOKIE, QB40
22.02 - Football Critic - Clinton Portis, WASH?, RB86
23.15 - Football Critic - Zach Miller, JAX, TE45
24.02 - Football Critic - Legedu Naanee, SD, WR125

1.16 - Jeff Pasquino - Frank Gore, SF, RB10
2.01- Jeff Pasquino - Greg Jennings, GB, WR4
3.16 - Jeff Pasquino - Eli Manning, NYG, QB10
4.01- Jeff Pasquino - Steve Johnson, BUF, WR20
5.16 - Jeff Pasquino - Zach Miller, OAK, TE12
6.01 - Jeff Pasquino - Matthew Stafford, DET, QB18
7.16 - Jeff Pasquino - Joseph Addai, INDY, RB31
8.01 - Jeff Pasquino - Braylon Edwards, NYJ?, WR41
9.16 - Jeff Pasquino - Ryan Williams, ROOKIE, RB43
10.01 - Jeff Pasquino - Randy Moss, FA, WR51
11.16 - Jeff Pasquino - San Diego Chargers, DST9
12.01 - Jeff Pasquino - Dallas Cowboys, DST10
13.16 - Jeff Pasquino - Houston Texans, DST29
14.01 - Jeff Pasquino - David Akers, PHI, PK1
15.16 - Jeff Pasquino - Ryan Longwell, MIN, PK17
16.01 - Jeff Pasquino - Anthony Fasano, MIA, TE31
17.16 - Jeff Pasquino - Ben Obomanu, SEA, WR84
18.01 - Jeff Pasquino - Josh Morgan, SF, WR85
19.16 - Jeff Pasquino - John Kuhn, GB, RB76
20.01 - Jeff Pasquino - Anthony Gonzalez, INDY, WR102
21.16 - Jeff Pasquino - Delone Carter, ROOKIE, RB85
22.01 - Jeff Pasquino - Rex Grossman, WASH, QB41
23.16 - Jeff Pasquino - DJ Williams, ROOKIE, TE44
24.01 - Jeff Pasquino - Early Doucet, AZ, WR124

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#2 Orgazmo

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Posted 29 March 2011 - 09:55 AM

Posting to say HI, and provide a handy means to my profile (for PMing and whatnot)
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#3 Norseman

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Posted 29 March 2011 - 10:04 AM

Posting to say HI, and provide a handy means to my profile (for PMing and whatnot)

Good idea. Not used to the new site yet, and it is harder to get around until you get used to it.

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Posted 29 March 2011 - 10:40 AM

Writing PMs is not nearly as easy as before. I don't know who was the poster that would link everyone's PM to the draft thread, but that would be so appreciated here if it was someone who is in our draft. Good Luck everyone! And to BSS, thanks for the first pick. I am not used to being on the front end and may do poorly there, but I enjoyed getting to pick Adrian and I so enjoy being on the turn on these. THanks and I was just razzing you a little about the value in the trade. As long as Mr. Gore is healthy then I am happy.

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Posted 29 March 2011 - 01:29 PM

Two QBs in the top eleven. I call that a run and wonder how long it will hold together. You guys could stick the top of the draft with the QB dregs if this continues.

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Posted 29 March 2011 - 01:42 PM

Was all set to take Rodgers, but I'm happy with Mendenhall as a consolation.

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Posted 29 March 2011 - 03:06 PM

Why are people commenting in the draft thread? It makes it harder to keep everything organized. I thought that was the purpose of this thread. :shrug:

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Posted 29 March 2011 - 04:17 PM


1.10 MJD


1.12 R. Mendenhall, RB - Pitt

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better pick any why? Im going w Mendy. I think MJd jumped the shark last season. not worth 10 overall IMO

My thinking:

- even with the knee issue and Jennings/Karim taking more touches than MJD had taken from him in 09, he was still a stud except when the Jags were getting blown out
- will continue to be more involved in the passing game than Mendenhall
- Jags will continue to be a run first team, Big Ben can make the Steelers pass happy at times
- MJD just turned 26 far from over the hill

Won't be surprised if Mendenhall outproduces MJD, but even with some things going against him, MJD outproduced Mendenhall on a ppg basis last year

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Posted 29 March 2011 - 05:06 PM

Three first round QBs and counting........

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Posted 29 March 2011 - 06:34 PM

At first I wasn't thrilled with the 16-hole, but I don't mind the challenge at this point of the year. Plus I got a lot of stuff going on so that's a good spot for me anyway. We're doing 24 rounds, right? Quite happy to see Gore and Jennings both available.

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Posted 29 March 2011 - 06:51 PM

Writing PMs is not nearly as easy as before. I don't know who was the poster that would link everyone's PM to the draft thread, but that would be so appreciated here if it was someone who is in our draft. Good Luck everyone! And to BSS, thanks for the first pick. I am not used to being on the front end and may do poorly there, but I enjoyed getting to pick Adrian and I so enjoy being on the turn on these. THanks and I was just razzing you a little about the value in the trade. As long as Mr. Gore is healthy then I am happy.

I did the PM thing, but I cannot link to my own - Jeter23 will have to add it.

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 03:04 AM

Writing PMs is not nearly as easy as before. I don't know who was the poster that would link everyone's PM to the draft thread, but that would be so appreciated here if it was someone who is in our draft. Good Luck everyone! And to BSS, thanks for the first pick. I am not used to being on the front end and may do poorly there, but I enjoyed getting to pick Adrian and I so enjoy being on the turn on these. THanks and I was just razzing you a little about the value in the trade. As long as Mr. Gore is healthy then I am happy.

I did the PM thing, but I cannot link to my own - Jeter23 will have to add it.

Please do Jeter, and can we get a color coded board above, if possible? Thx :thumbup:
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Posted 30 March 2011 - 07:14 AM

At first I wasn't thrilled with the 16-hole, but I don't mind the challenge at this point of the year. Plus I got a lot of stuff going on so that's a good spot for me anyway. We're doing 24 rounds, right? Quite happy to see Gore and Jennings both available.

while the bottom of the draft is a challenge, I think just 2 years ago that Myself, JeffP and BLoom all had the 16 spot and if IIRC we all won the leagues from that spot. I started a thread comparing the teams in the various drafts from then but I cant seem to locate it, did it get pruned???

 

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 07:24 AM

Went with Brady to avoid being left out of the initial QB run. Seems like QBs are going earlier & earlier every survivor draft we have. On the subject of PMs... if you want to get a pop up when you get a new PM like we used to get automatically, you can change your settings to do this. - Go to your profile - Select "Edit Profile" - upper right corner of page - Select the "Settings" tab - left side below "Your Options" - Select "Notification Options" - In the "Notifications Preferences" section, check the box that says show pop-ups for new PMs.

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 07:46 AM

2.07 Antonio Gates, TE, SD

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 07:51 AM

2.07 Antonio Gates, TE, SD

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Considered him hard when SJax was taken from me, but his foot is getting less and less appreciative of hauling that 260 pounds around the field.
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Posted 30 March 2011 - 07:55 AM

2.07 Antonio Gates, TE, SD

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Considered him hard when SJax was taken from me, but his foot is getting less and less appreciative of hauling that 260 pounds around the field.

The foot issues are worrisome, but he was producing at a clip of basically double any other TE before the injuries last year. Upside more than offsets risk, and he was pretty damned good even when he was playing on the bum wheel. I'll happily take him here even though the TE value seems to stretch pretty deep with the new crop of passcatchers at the position

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 08:00 AM

considered Gates instead of Nicks but backed of for both the reasons mentioned (foot and depth at TE)....foot seems like a nagging thing that keeps lingering...when he does play he produces like a first rounder in these things......

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 08:11 AM

The foot issues are worrisome, but he was producing at a clip of basically double any other TE before the injuries last year. Upside more than offsets risk, and he was pretty damned good even when he was playing on the bum wheel. I'll happily take him here even though the TE value seems to stretch pretty deep with the new crop of passcatchers at the position

Before injuries AND before VJax was back in the fold. Still - stud.
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Posted 30 March 2011 - 08:17 AM

The foot issues are worrisome, but he was producing at a clip of basically double any other TE before the injuries last year. Upside more than offsets risk, and he was pretty damned good even when he was playing on the bum wheel. I'll happily take him here even though the TE value seems to stretch pretty deep with the new crop of passcatchers at the position

Before injuries AND before VJax was back in the fold. Still - stud.

Don't think Vjax's presence hampers Gates, if anything can help by drawing safety attention. Top SD WR while Gates was on fire thru first 8 games: Naanee 5-110-1 Floyd 3-95-1 Floyd 6-97-1 Floyd 2-45 Floyd 8-213-1 Crayton 6-117 Crayton 7-82 Crayton 4-46 SD passing pie plenty big enough for Vjax and Gates both to get great #s

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 08:28 AM

The foot issues are worrisome, but he was producing at a clip of basically double any other TE before the injuries last year. Upside more than offsets risk, and he was pretty damned good even when he was playing on the bum wheel. I'll happily take him here even though the TE value seems to stretch pretty deep with the new crop of passcatchers at the position

Before injuries AND before VJax was back in the fold. Still - stud.

Don't think Vjax's presence hampers Gates, if anything can help by drawing safety attention. Top SD WR while Gates was on fire thru first 8 games: Naanee 5-110-1 Floyd 3-95-1 Floyd 6-97-1 Floyd 2-45 Floyd 8-213-1 Crayton 6-117 Crayton 7-82 Crayton 4-46 SD passing pie plenty big enough for Vjax and Gates both to get great #s

IMO the biggest threat to the passing game is if the Oline and the RBs can have better success. But Norv loves to sling it

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 08:34 AM

Trying something new with this being a 24 rd league....hence the Vick and Finley pick. Andy got a steal in McFadden. I honestly overlooked him after almost taking him in the first5 round. There are also two WRs that I strongly considered.

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 08:34 AM

2.8 Jermichael Finley, TE - GB

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 09:03 AM

Trying something new with this being a 24 rd league....

Looking forward to seeing how some of the strategies playing out with this wrinkle...

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 09:10 AM

2.8 Jermichael Finley, TE - GB

ROD Reach of the Draft. get in here an explain this Bass. Bump Finley!!!!!1

I'm going to name drop, but their obvious. Clark - getting old and too many weapons other aerial weapons...also weapons that are slotted as considerations for me latter. Witten - Seemed to have a better connection with Kitna than Romo. Lots of guys capable of catching TDs in Dallas. All in all, I think Finley has more upside of anyone not named Gates. Lastly, regardless of the number of rounds, there are only x amount of QBs and Y amount of TEs to go around. eta: None of the big 4 TEs would have survived to my 3rd round pick.

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 09:21 AM

2.8 Jermichael Finley, TE - GB

ROD Reach of the Draft. get in here an explain this Bass. Bump Finley!!!!!1

I'm going to name drop, but their obvious. Clark - getting old and too many weapons other aerial weapons...also weapons that are slotted as considerations for me latter. Witten - Seemed to have a better connection with Kitna than Romo. Lots of guys capable of catching TDs in Dallas. All in all, I think Finley has more upside of anyone not named Gates. Lastly, regardless of the number of rounds, there are only x amount of QBs and Y amount of TEs to go around. eta: None of the big 4 TEs would have survived to my 3rd round pick.

Totally get the Finley pick. He was on an 84/1200ish pace last year and that without an inordinate amount of targets (26 through 4 games). I think that's closer to his floor than his ceiling for this year. With the wider spread between elite TEs and a TEBC than the elite QBs and QBBC, I'm not sure why 5 QBs went before any TE...

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 09:27 AM

2.8 Jermichael Finley, TE - GB

ROD Reach of the Draft. get in here an explain this Bass. Bump Finley!!!!!1

I'm going to name drop, but their obvious. Clark - getting old and too many weapons other aerial weapons...also weapons that are slotted as considerations for me latter. Witten - Seemed to have a better connection with Kitna than Romo. Lots of guys capable of catching TDs in Dallas. All in all, I think Finley has more upside of anyone not named Gates. Lastly, regardless of the number of rounds, there are only x amount of QBs and Y amount of TEs to go around. eta: None of the big 4 TEs would have survived to my 3rd round pick.

Totally get the Finley pick. He was on an 84/1200ish pace last year and that without an inordinate amount of targets (26 through 4 games). I think that's closer to his floor than his ceiling for this year. With the wider spread between elite TEs and a TEBC than the elite QBs and QBBC, I'm not sure why 5 QBs went before any TE...

Ill tell ya why, its all about risk. QB is way safer than the TEs especially Finley, I dont think he has played a full season of games in the NFL yet. Seems to be often injured. Granted you dont take players thinking they will be hurt. Risky pick is alls Im saying. extrapolating 4 games into 16 for an 84/1200 pace is flawed btw.

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 09:33 AM

2.8 Jermichael Finley, TE - GB

ROD Reach of the Draft. get in here an explain this Bass. Bump Finley!!!!!1

I'm going to name drop, but their obvious. Clark - getting old and too many weapons other aerial weapons...also weapons that are slotted as considerations for me latter. Witten - Seemed to have a better connection with Kitna than Romo. Lots of guys capable of catching TDs in Dallas. All in all, I think Finley has more upside of anyone not named Gates. Lastly, regardless of the number of rounds, there are only x amount of QBs and Y amount of TEs to go around. eta: None of the big 4 TEs would have survived to my 3rd round pick.

Totally get the Finley pick. He was on an 84/1200ish pace last year and that without an inordinate amount of targets (26 through 4 games). I think that's closer to his floor than his ceiling for this year. With the wider spread between elite TEs and a TEBC than the elite QBs and QBBC, I'm not sure why 5 QBs went before any TE...

Ill tell ya why, its all about risk. QB is way safer than the TEs especially Finley, I dont think he has played a full season of games in the NFL yet. Seems to be often injured. Granted you dont take players thinking they will be hurt. Risky pick is alls Im saying. extrapolating 4 games into 16 for an 84/1200 pace is flawed btw.

Where do you think Finley should go in this format?

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 09:41 AM

based on my own percieved risks, he went about a 1/2 a round early. IMO I would take the other 2 tes before him. But I get the whole upside move. Rudys pick of him in WSL felt early too

 

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 09:44 AM

Where do you think Finley should go in this format?

The spot is fine for a premium TE. But when you spend such a high pick on TE, you shouldn't have to worry about a backup TE for some time. Drafting Finley warrants a TE2 sooner than otherwise necessary. At least it would be my thinking had I drafted him.
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Posted 30 March 2011 - 09:59 AM

2.8 Jermichael Finley, TE - GB

ROD Reach of the Draft. get in here an explain this Bass. Bump Finley!!!!!1

I'm going to name drop, but their obvious. Clark - getting old and too many weapons other aerial weapons...also weapons that are slotted as considerations for me latter. Witten - Seemed to have a better connection with Kitna than Romo. Lots of guys capable of catching TDs in Dallas. All in all, I think Finley has more upside of anyone not named Gates. Lastly, regardless of the number of rounds, there are only x amount of QBs and Y amount of TEs to go around. eta: None of the big 4 TEs would have survived to my 3rd round pick.

Totally get the Finley pick. He was on an 84/1200ish pace last year and that without an inordinate amount of targets (26 through 4 games). I think that's closer to his floor than his ceiling for this year. With the wider spread between elite TEs and a TEBC than the elite QBs and QBBC, I'm not sure why 5 QBs went before any TE...

Ill tell ya why, its all about risk. QB is way safer than the TEs especially Finley, I dont think he has played a full season of games in the NFL yet. Seems to be often injured. Granted you dont take players thinking they will be hurt. Risky pick is alls Im saying. extrapolating 4 games into 16 for an 84/1200 pace is flawed btw.

I don't see it as too controversial (the extrapolation) - Rodgers didn't feed Finley to the detriment of the offense or even really favor him in the target distribution. If anything, Jones potential departure in FA and Driver's decline could make that conservative. As far as Finley risk, totally agree. When I took him at 3.4 in WSL2, I followed with a Jimmy Graham pick at 7.4 - In exchange for the risk you take on with Finley's durability track record, you get one of the only 3 or so TEs with a decent chance of giving you 12-15 weekly as a floor at TE with 25-30+ upside. With the depth at TE it isn't that hard to offset the injury risk with a solid backup to be a firewall at a reasonable price (say 9th-10th or so).

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 10:52 AM

Golf clap for getting Mr. Fitzgerald that late Mr. Jeter23. I knew that he couldn't last till the turn, but I sure was hoping.

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 02:58 PM

Jeter pm'd
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Posted 30 March 2011 - 05:53 PM

Big kudos for BSS for the drafting partners he selected and while I am at it to our entire crew for the awesome work early on in this draft. Very nice pace for the BSS PSDL Draft!

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 05:55 PM

Big kudos for BSS for the drafting partners he selected and while I am at it to our entire crew for the awesome work early on in this draft. Very nice pace for the BSS PSDL Draft!

Thanks! But that post id porbably the kiss of death.

 

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 06:00 PM

based on my own percieved risks, he went about a 1/2 a round early. IMO I would take the other 2 tes before him. But I get the whole upside move. Rudys pick of him in WSL felt early too

half a round is a reach? you must be hard up for some ff discussion

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 06:02 PM

based on my own percieved risks, he went about a 1/2 a round early. IMO I would take the other 2 tes before him. But I get the whole upside move. Rudys pick of him in WSL felt early too

half a round is a reach? you must be hard up for some ff discussion

LOL Not really a reach I guess. Bass is obviously trying to hit the home run. id just rather have Dallas clark or Witten was my real point.

 

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 06:36 PM

based on my own percieved risks, he went about a 1/2 a round early. IMO I would take the other 2 tes before him. But I get the whole upside move. Rudys pick of him in WSL felt early too

half a round is a reach? you must be hard up for some ff discussion

LOL Not really a reach I guess. Bass is obviously trying to hit the home run. id just rather have Dallas clark or Witten was my real point.

ya what the hell was he talking about with writing off witten because kitna looked to him more? like hes done nothing with romo the past 5 years or however long

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 08:37 PM

based on my own percieved risks, he went about a 1/2 a round early. IMO I would take the other 2 tes before him. But I get the whole upside move. Rudys pick of him in WSL felt early too

half a round is a reach? you must be hard up for some ff discussion

LOL Not really a reach I guess. Bass is obviously trying to hit the home run. id just rather have Dallas clark or Witten was my real point.

ya what the hell was he talking about with writing off witten because kitna looked to him more? like hes done nothing with romo the past 5 years or however long

Not writing Witten off...just concerned that he could revert to his days of fewer TDs. There was minimal separation in the 3 remaining TDs so I went with that I felt would have the least amount of competition in the red zone.

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 08:39 PM

based on my own percieved risks, he went about a 1/2 a round early. IMO I would take the other 2 tes before him. But I get the whole upside move. Rudys pick of him in WSL felt early too

half a round is a reach? you must be hard up for some ff discussion

LOL Not really a reach I guess. Bass is obviously trying to hit the home run. id just rather have Dallas clark or Witten was my real point.

After I took Vick in the 1st, which would be counter to anything I have ever believed about his value, I decided to swing away.

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Posted 30 March 2011 - 08:45 PM

Brandon Marshall - 86 recpt and 1000 yards in 14 games on a new team with below average QBing. If that's his floor, I'm happy. Seriously gave consideration to one RB. After reviewing the draft board it became apparent that a RB that I like will fall to the 4th round. The same review made it obvious that WRs are about to be hammered and there was a good chance the entire tier could be cleaned out.

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Posted 31 March 2011 - 04:15 AM

Brandon Marshall - 86 recpt and 1000 yards in 14 games on a new team with below average QBing. If that's his floor, I'm happy. Seriously gave consideration to one RB. After reviewing the draft board it became apparent that a RB that I like will fall to the 4th round. The same review made it obvious that WRs are about to be hammered and there was a good chance the entire tier could be cleaned out.

very solid pick.

 

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Posted 31 March 2011 - 04:20 AM

Brandon Marshall - 86 recpt and 1000 yards in 14 games on a new team with below average QBing. If that's his floor, I'm happy. Seriously gave consideration to one RB. After reviewing the draft board it became apparent that a RB that I like will fall to the 4th round. The same review made it obvious that WRs are about to be hammered and there was a good chance the entire tier could be cleaned out.

very solid pick.

agreed would have been very pleased if he had fallen one more pick. Pretty happy still with Colston as a WR1 in the last 3rd...

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Posted 31 March 2011 - 04:56 AM

Brandon Marshall - 86 recpt and 1000 yards in 14 games on a new team with below average QBing. If that's his floor, I'm happy. Seriously gave consideration to one RB. After reviewing the draft board it became apparent that a RB that I like will fall to the 4th round. The same review made it obvious that WRs are about to be hammered and there was a good chance the entire tier could be cleaned out.

very solid pick.

agreed would have been very pleased if he had fallen one more pick. Pretty happy still with Colston as a WR1 in the last 3rd...

If his TE pick was a half round reach, then Marshall is a similar (or better) half round value. Very nice pick here by BnB

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Posted 31 March 2011 - 06:12 AM

Brandon Marshall - 86 recpt and 1000 yards in 14 games on a new team with below average QBing. If that's his floor, I'm happy. Seriously gave consideration to one RB. After reviewing the draft board it became apparent that a RB that I like will fall to the 4th round. The same review made it obvious that WRs are about to be hammered and there was a good chance the entire tier could be cleaned out.

very solid pick.

agreed would have been very pleased if he had fallen one more pick. Pretty happy still with Colston as a WR1 in the last 3rd...

Colston and M. Williams are both solid WRs in the late 3rd. Between the early QB run and more perceived talent, it seems like the guys drafting late are getting mid 2nd rd to early 3rd round value at the 3/4 turn.

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Posted 31 March 2011 - 06:22 AM

Brandon Marshall - 86 recpt and 1000 yards in 14 games on a new team with below average QBing. If that's his floor, I'm happy. Seriously gave consideration to one RB. After reviewing the draft board it became apparent that a RB that I like will fall to the 4th round. The same review made it obvious that WRs are about to be hammered and there was a good chance the entire tier could be cleaned out.

very solid pick.

agreed would have been very pleased if he had fallen one more pick. Pretty happy still with Colston as a WR1 in the last 3rd...

Colston and M. Williams are both solid WRs in the late 3rd. Between the early QB run and more perceived talent, it seems like the guys drafting late are getting mid 2nd rd to early 3rd round value at the 3/4 turn.

I would imagine by the time we get to say the end of the 4th....that the 64 players picked will look very similiar to the 64 players picked in the WSL's with maybe a handful of changes.....so really it may be the same value just positioned a little differently....the early QB run may have had something to do with the positioning but the added 4 draft spots may have something to do with it as well, as owners can try to nail down studs at say QB and TE, knowing that with 4 extra draft slots they will be able to draft maybe close to 10 WR's if they chose....so the WR position for instance may see what we would consider "value" fall a little later by the simple fact that if I get 10 WR's I have an improved chance on hitting on 3 solid scores each week, so the need for a stud WR early may not be as important in a 24 league as it is in a 20 and definately a 18.....

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Posted 31 March 2011 - 06:24 AM

Brandon Marshall - 86 recpt and 1000 yards in 14 games on a new team with below average QBing. If that's his floor, I'm happy. Seriously gave consideration to one RB. After reviewing the draft board it became apparent that a RB that I like will fall to the 4th round. The same review made it obvious that WRs are about to be hammered and there was a good chance the entire tier could be cleaned out.

very solid pick.

agreed would have been very pleased if he had fallen one more pick. Pretty happy still with Colston as a WR1 in the last 3rd...

Colston and M. Williams are both solid WRs in the late 3rd. Between the early QB run and more perceived talent, it seems like the guys drafting late are getting mid 2nd rd to early 3rd round value at the 3/4 turn.

yep, debated MW and Colston, went Colston only because more prolific passing game and the possibility that MW gets in trouble before the season. MW could easily outproduce him if he maintains his TD rate or gets more targets or Freeman takes another step forward... Either are fine #1 WRs to snag in the 3rd

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Posted 31 March 2011 - 06:46 AM

I would imagine by the time we get to say the end of the 4th....that the 64 players picked will look very similiar to the 64 players picked in the WSL's with maybe a handful of changes.....so really it may be the same value just positioned a little differently....the early QB run may have had something to do with the positioning but the added 4 draft spots may have something to do with it as well, as owners can try to nail down studs at say QB and TE, knowing that with 4 extra draft slots they will be able to draft maybe close to 10 WR's if they chose....so the WR position for instance may see what we would consider "value" fall a little later by the simple fact that if I get 10 WR's I have an improved chance on hitting on 3 solid scores each week, so the need for a stud WR early may not be as important in a 24 league as it is in a 20 and definately a 18.....

Interesting to see Hillis fall 1 to 2 full rounds since the WSLs. Personally I think there's roughly another 6 RBs on the board with equal or better talent and/or in better situations. We got late enough in the 3rd that those guys will be available in the 4th.

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Posted 31 March 2011 - 06:49 AM

using my Hillis pick as an example...in the WSL's he went 1. 2.3 2. 1.15 3. 3.2 4. 2.7 AVG: 2.3 Toads took him in WSL2 probably high, but even if you say he flips his picks those two rounds he still goes at 2.2 in that one and drops his avg to 2.6 between those 4 drafts he averaged out as the 12 RB to be taken..... so if you look at the first avg....2.3....me getting him at 3.11 would seem to represent value....however.....he was the 14th RB taken in this draft.... so did I get "value".... :shrug: ....hell I don't know....I hate numbers...it seems like I did at 3.11 but then again it really doesn't....

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Posted 31 March 2011 - 06:52 AM

I would much rather have Colston (even with the bad knees) than Tampa Mike. Both have thier flaws n warts but IMHO Tampa Mike could be a more collasal bust than Colston

 

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