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Posted 19 June 2011 - 12:53 PM

Sometimes updated teams and a thread for boasts, excuses and deep thoughts...




4.14 Old Milwaukee - Josh Freeman, QB11, TB
14.14 Old Milwaukee - Chad Henne, QB25, MIA
18.14 Old Milwaukee - Brett Favre, QB30, FA
1.01 Old Milwaukee - Chris Johnson, RB1, TEN
5.01 Old Milwaukee - Daniel Thomas, RB20, MIA
10.14 Old Milwaukee - Reggie Bush, RB38, NO
11.01 Old Milwaukee - DeMarco Murray, RB39, DAL
2.14 Old Milwaukee - Mike Wallace, WR9, PIT
3.01 Old Milwaukee - DeSean Jackson, WR10, PHL
8.14 Old Milwaukee - Robert Meachem, WR45, NO
9.01 Old Milwaukee - Lee Evans,WR46, BUF
13.01 Old Milwaukee - Nate Burleson, WR66, DET
15.01 Old Milwaukee - Steve Breaston, WR74, AZ
6.14 Old Milwaukee - Chris Cooley, TE10, WAS
7.01 Old Milwaukee - Brandon Pettigrew, TE11, DET
16.14 Old Milwaukee - Alex Henery, K16, PHL
12.14 Old Milwaukee - New England Patriots, DST9
17.01 Old Milwaukee - Seattle Seahawks, DST19

4.13 Team Legacy - Matt Ryan, QB10, ATL
10.13 Team Legacy - Colt McCoy, QB23, CLE
15.02 Team Legacy - Jason Campbell, QB26, OAK
1.02 Team Legacy - Arian Foster, RB2, HOU
7.02 Team Legacy - Ryan Williams, RB28, AZ
8.13 Team Legacy - C.J. Spiller, RB34, BUF
14.13 Team Legacy - Mike Goodson, RB55, CAR
2.13 Team Legacy - Miles Austin, WR8, DAL
3.02 Team Legacy - Vincent Jackson, WR11, SD
9.02 Team Legacy - Louis Murphy, WR47, OAK
11.02 Team Legacy - Donnie Avery, WR58, STL
13.02 Team Legacy - Jacoby Jones, WR67, HOU
18.13 Team Legacy - Brandon LaFell, WR86, CAR
5.02 Team Legacy - Jimmy Graham, TE6, NO
6.13 Team Legacy - Owen Daniels, TE9, HOU
16.13 Team Legacy - Nick Folk, K15, NYJ
12.13 Team Legacy - San Diego Chargers, DST8
17.02 Team Legacy - Oakland Raiders, DST20

4.12 valence - Ben Roethlisberger, QB9, PIT
8.12 valence - Sam Bradford, QB16, STL
1.03 valence - Jamaal Charles, RB3, KC
7.03 valence - Ryan Grant, RB29, GB
9.03 valence - Mikel LeShoure, RB35, DET
11.03 valence - Montario Hardesty, RB40, CLE
2.12 valence - Greg Jennings, WR7, GB
5.03 valence - Anquan Boldin, WR22, BAL
6.12 valence - Big Mike Williams, WR33, SEA
10.12 valence - Mark Clayton, WR57, STL
13.03 valence - Brandon Tate, WR68, NE
14.12 valence - Eric Decker, WR73, DEN
16.12 valence - Adrian Arrington, WR79, NO
3.03 valence - Dallas Clark, TE4, IND
17.03 valence - Anthony Fasano, TE27, MIA
15.03 valence - Garrett Hartley, K3, NO
12.12 valence - New York Football Giants, DST7
18.12 valence - Indianapolis Colts, DST27

3.04 Fiddles - Peyton Manning, QB4, IND
10.11 Fiddles - David Garrard, QB22, JAX
1.04 Fiddles - Ray Rice, RB4, BALT
5.04 Fiddles - Jonathan Stewart, RB21, CAR
6.11 Fiddles - Marshawn Lynch, RB27, SEA
14.11 Fiddles - Darren Sproles, RB54, SD
4.11 Fiddles - Steve Johnson, WR21, BUF
7.04 Fiddles - Santana Moss, WR34, WAS
8.11 Fiddles - Braylon Edwards, WR44, NYJ
9.04 Fiddles - Emmanuel Sanders, WR48, PIT
11.04 Fiddles - Greg Little, WR59, CLE
12.11 Fiddles - Jason Hill, WR65, JAX
2.11 Fiddles - Jermichael Finley, TE3, GB
13.04 Fiddles - Greg Olsen, TE22, CHI
15.04 Fiddles - Neil Rackers, K4, HOU
16.11 Fiddles - Billy Cundiff, K14, BAL
17.04 Fiddles - Kansas City Chiefs, DST21
18.11 Fiddles - Buffalo Bills, DST26

5.05 radballs - Eli Manning, QB12, NYG
9.05 radballs - Matt Cassel, QB17, KC
1.05 radballs - Adrian Peterson, RB5, MIN
2.10 radballs - Michael Turner, RB13, ATL
8.10 radballs - Ryan Torain, RB33, WAS
11.05 radballs - LaDainian Tomlinson, RB41, NYJ
4.10 radballs - Santonio Holmes, WR20, NYJ
3.05 radballs - Dwayne Bowe, WR12, KC
6.10 radballs - Chad Ocho-Cinco, WR32, CIN
10.10 radballs - James Jones, WR56, GB
17.05 radballs - Darrius Heyward-Bey, WR80, OAK
7.05 radballs - Tony Gonzalez, TE11, ATL
13.05 radballs - Todd Heap, TE23, BAL
14.10 radballs - Mason Crosby, K2, GB
16.10 radballs - Josh Brown, K13, STL
12.10 radballs - Chicago Bears, DST6
15.05 radballs - New Orleans Saints, DST15
18.10 radballs - Cincinnati Bengals, DST25

2.09 grouse - Drew Brees, QB3, NO
3.06 grouse - Peyton Hillis, RB14, CLE
4.09 grouse - Shonn Greene, RB19, NYJ
5.06 grouse - Jahvid Best, RB22, DET
10.09 grouse - BenJarvusGreenEllis, RB37, NE
14.09 grouse - Jason Snelling, RB53, ATL
1.06 grouse - Andre Johnson, WR1, HOU
6.09 grouse - Mike Thomas, WR31, JAX
7.06 grouse - Kenny Britt, WR35, TEN
8.09 grouse - Steve Smith, WR43, NYG
9.06 grouse - Earl Bennett, WR49, CHI
12.09 grouse - Plaxico Burress, WR64, FA
15.06 grouse - Jerome Simpson, WR75, CIN
13.06 grouse - Visanthe Shiancoe, TE24, MIN
16.09 grouse - Lance Kendricks, TE26, STL
17.06 grouse - Kevin Boss, TE28, NYG
18.09 grouse - Josh Scobee, K21, JAX
11.06 grouse - Pittsburgh Steelers, DST1

3.07 Sinrman - Tom Brady, QB5, NE
10.08 Sinrman - Mark Sanchez, QB21, NYJ
1.07 Sinrman - Maurice Jones-Drew, RB6, JAX
5.07 Sinrman - LaGarrette Blount, RB23, TB
11.07 Sinrman - Brandon Jacobs, RB42, NYG
14.08 Sinrman - Thomas Jones, RB52, KC
2.08 Sinrman - Reggie Wayne, WR6, IND
4.08 Sinrman - Brandon Lloyd, WR19, DEN
7.07 Sinrman - A.J. Green, WR36, CIN
8.08 Sinrman - Hines Ward, WR42, PIT
13.07 Sinrman - Jonathan Baldwin, WR69, KC
15.07 Sinrman - Jabbar Gaffney, WR76, DEN
6.08 Sinrman - Marcedes Lewis, TE8, JAX
9.07 Sinrman - Heath Miller, TE16, PIT
16.08 Sinrman - Rob Bironas, K12, TEN
17.07 Sinrman - Connor Barth, K17, TB
12.08 Sinrman - Baltimore Ravens, DST5
18.08 Sinrman - Miami Dolphins, DST24

5.08 Pictus Cat - Jay Cutler, QB13, CHI
6.07 Pictus Cat - Matthew Stafford, QB14, DET
2.07 Pictus Cat - Frank Gore, RB12, SF
4.07 Pictus Cat - Ahmad Bradshaw, RB18, NYG
11.08 Pictus Cat - Delone Carter, RB43, IND
13.08 Pictus Cat - Rashad Jennings, RB48, JAX
1.08 Pictus Cat - Roddy White, WR2, ATL
3.08 Pictus Cat - Wes Welker, WR13, NE
9.08 Pictus Cat - Lance Moore, WR50, NO
10.07 Pictus Cat - Derrick Mason, WR55, BAL
12.07 Pictus Cat - Malcolm Floyd, WR63, SD
17.08 Pictus Cat - Damian Williams, WR81, TEN
7.08 Pictus Cat - Kellen Winslow Jr., TE12, TB
8.07 Pictus Cat - Aaron Hernandez, TE15, NE
16.07 Pictus Cat - Robbie Gould, K11, CHI
18.07 Pictus Cat - Ryan Succop, K20, KC
14.07 Pictus Cat - Detroit Lions, DST14
15.08 Pictus Cat - Minnesota Vikings, DST16

4.06 ShadowMaster - Matt Schaub, QB8, HOU
9.09 ShadowMaster - Tim Tebow, QB18, DEN
1.09 ShadowMaster - LeSean McCoy, RB7, PHL
2.06 ShadowMaster - Matt Forte, RB11, CHI
11.09 ShadowMaster - Ronnie Brown, RB44, MIA
18.06 ShadowMaster - Tim Hightower, RB58, AZ
5.09 ShadowMaster - Percy Harvin, WR23, MIN
6.06 ShadowMaster - Deion Branch, WR30, NE
7.09 ShadowMaster - Davone Bess, WR37, MIA
8.06 ShadowMaster - Jordy Nelson, WR41, GB
12.06 ShadowMaster - Anthony Armstrong, WR62, WAS
13.09 ShadowMaster - Golden Tate, WR70, SEA
3.09 ShadowMaster - Vernon Davis, TE5, SF
10.06 ShadowMaster - Tony Moeaki, TE20, KC
15.09 ShadowMaster - Stephen Gostkowski, K5, NE
17.09 ShadowMaster - Matt Prater, K18, DEN
14.06 ShadowMaster - Dallas Cowboys, DST13
16.06 ShadowMaster - Tennessee Titans, DST18

2.05 rzrback77 - Aaron Rodgers, QB2, GB
18.05 rzrback77 - Cam Newton, QB29, CAR
4.05 rzrback77 - Ryan Matthews, RB17, SD
5.10 rzrback77 - Knowshon Moreno, RB24, DEN
10.05 rzrback77 - Chris Wells, RB36, AZ
12.05 rzrback77 - Pierre Thomas, RB47, NO
13.10 rzrback77 - Michael Bush, RB49, OAK
1.10 rzrback77 - Calvin Johnson, WR3, DET
3.10 rzrback77 - Brandon Marshall, WR14, MIA
6.05 rzrback77 - Michael Crabtree, WR29, SF
8.05 rzrback77 - Jacoby Ford, WR40, OAK
14.05 rzrback77 - Kevin Walter, WR72, HOU
15.10 rzrback77 - Jerricho Cotchery, WR77, NYJ
7.10 rzrback77 - Dustin Keller, TE13, NYJ
9.10 rzrback77 - Jermaine Gresham, TE17, CIN
16.05 rzrback77 - Dan Carpenter, K10, MIA
11.10 rzrback77 - Green Bay Packers, DST2
17.10 rzrback77 - St. Louis Rams, DST22

3.11 Twilight - Philip Rivers, QB6, SD
11.11 Twilight - Alex Smith, QB24, SF
2.04 Twilight - Steven Jackson, RB10, STL
4.04 Twilight - Mark Ingram, RB16, NO
8.04 Twilight - Shane Vereen, RB32, NE
13.11 Twilight - Justin Forsett, RB50, SEA
1.11 Twilight - Hakeem Nicks, WR4, NYG
5.11 Twilight - Pierre Garcon, WR24, IND
7.11 Twilight - Julio Jones, WR38, ATL
9.11 Twilight - Mike Sims-Walker, WR51, JAX
12.04 Twilight - Arrelious Benn, WR61, TB
16.04 Twilight - Devery Henderson, WR78, NO
17.11 Twilight - Vincent Brown, WR82
6.04 Twilight - Zach Miller, TE7, OAK
10.04 Twilight - Jared Cook, TE19, TEN
15.11 Twilight - Adam Vinatieri, K6, IND
14.04 Twilight - San Francisco 49ers, DST12
18.04 Twilight - Tampa Bay Buccaneers, DST23

2.03 Pimpin Ain't Easy - Michael Vick, QB1, PHL
9.12 Pimpin Ain't Easy - Kevin Kolb, QB19, PHL
3.12 Pimpin Ain't Easy - D'Angelo Williams, RB15, CAR
5.12 Pimpin Ain't Easy - Felix Jones, RB25, DAL
7.12 Pimpin Ain't Easy - Joseph Addai, RB30, IND
13.12 Pimpin Ain't Easy - Marion Barber, RB51, DAL
17.12 Pimpin Ain't Easy - Tashard Choice, RB57, DAL
1.12 Pimpin Ain't Easy - Larry Fitzgerald, WR5, AZ
4.03 Pimpin Ain't Easy - Marques Colston, WR18, NO
6.03 Pimpin Ain't Easy - Steve Smith, WR28, CAR
12.03 Pimpin Ain't Easy - Roy Williams, WR60, DAL
14.03 Pimpin Ain't Easy - Donario Alexander, WR71, STL
18.03 Pimpin Ain't Easy - Devin Hester, WR85, CHI
8.03 Pimpin Ain't Easy - Rob Gronkowski, TE14, NE
10.03 Pimpin Ain't Easy - Brent Celek, TE18, PHL
16.03 Pimpin Ain't Easy - Matt Bryant, K9, ATL
11.12 Pimpin Ain't Easy - New York Jets, DST3
15.12 Pimpin Ain't Easy - Houston Texans, DST17

7.13 Captain Hook - Joe Flacco, QB15, BAL
9.13 Captain Hook - Ryan Fitzpatrick, QB20, BUF
18.02 Captain Hook - Kyle Orton, QB28, DEN
2.02 Captain Hook - Darren McFadden, RB9, OAK
8.02 Captain Hook - Fred Jackson, RB31, BUF
12.02 Captain Hook - Mike Tolbert, RB46, SD
16.02 Captain Hook - Danny Woodhead, RB56, NE
3.13 Captain Hook - Jeremy Maclin, WR15, PHL
4.02 Captain Hook - Dez Bryant, WR17, DAL
5.13 Captain Hook - Austin Collie, WR25, IND
6.02 Captain Hook - Johnny Knox, WR27, CHI
10.02 Captain Hook - Danny Amendola, WR54, STL
17.13 Captain Hook - Jordan Shipley, WR83, CIN
1.13 Captain Hook - Antonio Gates, TE1, SD
11.13 Captain Hook - Ben Watson, TE21, CLE
14.02 Captain Hook - Nate Kaeding, K1, SD
15.13 Captain Hook - Sebastian Janikowski, K7, OAK
13.13 Captain Hook - Atlanta Falcons, DST10

3.14 Ravnzfan - Tony Romo, QB7, DAL
15.14 Ravnzfan - Andy Dalton, QB27, CIN
1.14 Ravnzfan - Rashard Mendenhall, RB8, PIT
5.14 Ravnzfan - Cedric Benson, RB26, CIN
7.14 Ravnzfan - James Starks, RB31, GB
11.14 Ravnzfan - Roy Helu, RB45, WAS
4.01 Ravnzfan - Mike Williams, WR16, TB
6.01 Ravnzfan - Sidney Rice, WR26, MIN
8.01 Ravnzfan - Mario Manningham, WR39, NYG
9.14 Ravnzfan - Randy Moss, WR52, FA
10.01 Ravnzfan - Donald Driver, WR53, GB
18.01 Ravnzfan - Nate Washington, WR84, TEN
2.01 Ravnzfan - Jason Witten, TE2, DAL
13.14 Ravnzfan - John Carlson, TE25, SEA
16.01 Ravnzfan - Lawrence Tynes, K8, NYG
17.14 Ravnzfan - Dave Rayner, K19, DET
12.01 Ravnzfan -
Philadelphia Eagles, DST4
14.01 Ravnzfan - Arizona Cardinals, DST11


Edited by Pictus Cat, 15 July 2011 - 06:53 PM.




#2 Sinrman

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Posted 19 June 2011 - 03:31 PM

Hmmm, the 7 spot, eh? Don't think I've drafted from there in this one before. Heck, very rarely do I seem to ever draft from the middle, no matter the Survivor league. Should be interesting... Good luck this year!

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Posted 19 June 2011 - 03:46 PM

In general I like drafting in the middle slots - seems that many times those on the end have to reach for a player they really want if the immediate choices don't ring their bell and the "value" tends to slide towards the middle................in addition you are not likely to be caught in a run OTOH I have to pick at the end - not something to look forward to after the pick at 2.02
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Posted 20 June 2011 - 10:54 AM

I've actually never had Charles on any of my teams but I felt like he was the right pick there. I was hoping light blue jesus would be there, but I'm happy to have JC on my side.
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Posted 20 June 2011 - 11:21 AM

Thanks to Capt Hook and Pictus Cat for getting these threads going. Looking forward to both the draft and the draft discussion.

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Posted 20 June 2011 - 01:11 PM

so radballs, grimacing all the way :rolleyes: gets to pick ADP at 1.05 - Yeah I know it is a PPR league but still I am amazed by this. Ponder is better than anyone they used at quarterback last year so its not like the defense can put eight in the box.............to each his own but I was just as surprised in an NFFC preview draft the other night when I got to pull the trigger at 1.04
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Posted 20 June 2011 - 04:56 PM

I figured I would be going WR by the time it got to eight. Hoping Ryan just uses plays to get Roddy open all year.

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Posted 20 June 2011 - 08:05 PM

so radballs, grimacing all the way :rolleyes: gets to pick ADP at 1.05 - Yeah I know it is a PPR league but still I am amazed by this. Ponder is better than anyone they used at quarterback last year so its not like the defense can put eight in the box.............to each his own but I was just as surprised in an NFFC preview draft the other night when I got to pull the trigger at 1.04

Yea pretty crazy. I normally take him at 1.2 or 1.3 and he would have been the pick this time, but I wanted to take Charles for a spin. I understand the optimism with Ponder, but I still think defenses make him beat them. Not that it matters - ADP has done it without great QB play his whole career.
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Posted 21 June 2011 - 05:02 AM

Expected White at 1.09, but I'll take the 3 down RB
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Posted 21 June 2011 - 11:32 AM

so radballs, grimacing all the way :rolleyes: gets to pick ADP at 1.05 - Yeah I know it is a PPR league but still I am amazed by this. Ponder is better than anyone they used at quarterback last year so its not like the defense can put eight in the box.............to each his own but I was just as surprised in an NFFC preview draft the other night when I got to pull the trigger at 1.04

I was shocked, but I'll take him for sure there. Now, just leave me a top flight WR guys.
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Posted 21 June 2011 - 12:15 PM

so radballs, grimacing all the way :rolleyes: gets to pick ADP at 1.05 - Yeah I know it is a PPR league but still I am amazed by this. Ponder is better than anyone they used at quarterback last year so its not like the defense can put eight in the box.............to each his own but I was just as surprised in an NFFC preview draft the other night when I got to pull the trigger at 1.04

I was shocked, but I'll take him for sure there. Now, just leave me a top flight WR guys.

I snagged AD at 4 in WCOFF last year, after CJ, AJ and Gore. Guess slipping 1 spot isn't that big of a deal?
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Posted 21 June 2011 - 01:19 PM

It was a facepalm. I rushed the pick when I was busy at work for some idiotic reason. Didn't realize my mistake until o saw hooks post. That's a bad one. I cant be too upset though with rice.

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Posted 21 June 2011 - 01:47 PM

Ray Rice is a machine. He's limited by the Baltimore offense IMO.
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Posted 22 June 2011 - 06:45 AM

So far.... I'M IN THE LEAD!
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Posted 22 June 2011 - 07:41 AM

So far.... I'M IN THE LEAD!

Didn't you say on your show that you thought Jamaal Charles was the #1 overall pick? I thought for sure Foster was coming my way.
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Posted 22 June 2011 - 08:25 AM

It was a facepalm. I rushed the pick when I was busy at work for some idiotic reason. Didn't realize my mistake until o saw hooks post. That's a bad one. I cant be too upset though with rice.

LOL fiddles has Ray Rice ravnzfan has 'Shard Mendenhall 'bout the only time you'll catch me going :towelwave: and Whitten? only 94/1000 or more 3 of the last 4... :moneybag:
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Posted 22 June 2011 - 10:27 AM

and Whitten?

only 94/1000 or more 3 of the last 4... :moneybag:

WHO? ROFLMAO

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Posted 22 June 2011 - 01:58 PM



and Whitten?

only 94/1000 or more 3 of the last 4... :moneybag:

WHO? ROFLMAO

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I don't know why so many people feel the need to put that "h" in there
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Posted 22 June 2011 - 07:08 PM

wherez twilight?
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Posted 22 June 2011 - 07:09 PM

So far.... I'M IN THE LEAD!

Didn't you say on your show that you thought Jamaal Charles was the #1 overall pick? I thought for sure Foster was coming my way.

Yes sir, you got me. I chickened out!
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Posted 23 June 2011 - 05:16 AM

Color me happy this morning. Excellent QB scoring is an absolute MUST in this league and I have Rodgers on my squad. Spent some time last night evaluating Steven Jackson and a WR, but was not pleased with either as my second pick so I am thrilled to begin with Calvin Johnson and Aaron Rodgers.

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Posted 23 June 2011 - 06:23 AM

The only bad thing about Forte this year is I can't get him at his 2010 ADP of round 5.x I see this guy exploding in his 2nd season under Martz. It's been a while, but the potential for a Faulk or Priest like monster season is right there.
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Posted 23 June 2011 - 07:14 AM

Both PAE and myself took Mendenhall in both of our SSL this year. You would think we might do cartweels to grab him at 12 since we both spent higher picks a month ago to get him. The one thing I took away fom those dfrafts was that RB talent and value pops up everywhere in the draft so I didn't feel pressure at all to grab RBs early. I don't feel pressure to grab a RB for maybe 5 or 6 rounds even. After the 1st few RBs, it's a mishmash of guys that will look good for a few weeks and then fade back to the pack. That's just my opinion and you can feel dfferent. All these guys that go in here like McFadden, SJax, they have their moments but they have a lot of heartache on the resume too. I wrote a pretty polarizing piece last year on Fitzgeald which many of you remember so you must be shocked to see I took him that early but I feel strongly he wll bounce back and the addition of some help at RB and also a QB to be named in he next couple months, I feel confident he can get back to top 3-5 status. While no bargain perhaps to some, I feel like he should be back to the above century mark in recptions and the dvision is still pretty weak. Michael Vick in the 2nd...I would think those that compete with m in FIX would see this as no surprise that we snared him at the 2.03. I will say that Rodgers was kicked around too but in the end Vick is a game changer. I thought I had seen it all but last year left me speechless at times. It was that feeling wen Vick ran 80 yards like a pinball back as a Falcon, it was the feeling when he was doing th Nike "Vick Experience" commercials, except this time it wasn't fluff. He threw balls I've never seen thrown before. The combination of Andy Reid and and this system just seems like it was tailor made for Vick and it probably is which is why Reid brought him to the Eagles in the first place. I do not expect him to crash back to Earth. Injury risk would stop some folks but we have no plans to stop collecting QB talent so we'll take the guy that gives us a 10 and 20 point edge many weeks at the QB spot snce this is head's up. Thanks for lettng me tag along guys.

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Posted 23 June 2011 - 07:36 AM

Since when is Gore the 21st best player in fantasy re-drafts? Does not compute.
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Posted 23 June 2011 - 08:00 AM

Since when is Gore the 21st best player in fantasy re-drafts? Does not compute.

:thumbup: totally agree Scott....had Mendy been scooped up, it was Witten/Gore for me---damn the ADP!

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Posted 23 June 2011 - 08:09 AM

RE: Gore That was part of my decision to take Roddy White over a RB at 1.08. Gore and SJax have been falling.

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Posted 23 June 2011 - 09:02 AM

RE: Gore That was part of my decision to take Roddy White over a RB at 1.08. Gore and SJax have been falling.

Consider that a score then. Great job.
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Posted 23 June 2011 - 09:47 AM

Thanks for lettng me tag along guys.

Only if you lay of the caffeine and slow down......or use spell check ;)
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Posted 23 June 2011 - 10:28 AM

Gore and SJax the best deals of the draft so far.
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Posted 23 June 2011 - 11:50 AM

Why Forte over Gore? Gore has missed 12 games in 6 seasons. He's only played in all 16 once. Currently rehabbing AGAIN. Forte has never missed a game in 3 seasons. Neither team had a solid offense in 2010, but the bears have better overall team strength and a defense that put them on the short field more often. The Bears also have a proven coordinator in Martz while the Niners will install yet ANOTHER offense for Alex Smith. The historical track records speak for themselves - the Martz offense just has more potential to imporve. Gore has more competition for touches in Dixon than Forte does with Taylor (who only averaged 2.4 last year and I think gets released). Forte is 3 years younger and has less wear and tear. He's in that peak production RB range of years 2-4. Chicago has the better QB and leader. Smith has just shown so little. Both may be productive in 2011, but Forte has less risk and more upside than Gore. Equal players, better team and opportunity for Forte IMO.
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Posted 23 June 2011 - 05:58 PM

@Rad Nice start! ....and a GOOD move to abbandon that no RBs til round 9 approach. :football:
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Posted 24 June 2011 - 03:54 PM

Pretty happy with the Charles/Jennings/Clark start. Peyton was the only other consideration at 3.03
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Posted 24 June 2011 - 04:17 PM

Hey, nabbing the #1 scoring QB last year in the mid-3rd round works for me!

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Posted 24 June 2011 - 05:34 PM

Pretty happy with the Charles/Jennings/Clark start. Peyton was the only other consideration at 3.03

Yep, you're the favorite. I would trade my team for yours. I knew Clark would not make it to, but it was a tease to get that close. Probably end up with three TEs to compensate.

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Posted 24 June 2011 - 06:16 PM

Since when is Gore the 21st best player in fantasy re-drafts? Does not compute.

I have him as the eighth best player. Why did so many pass on him? Am I to high on him? Is it solely the injure concern? Help me out.........

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Posted 24 June 2011 - 07:07 PM

Hey, nabbing the #1 scoring QB last year in the mid-3rd round works for me!

It hurt to watch him fall so close and miss
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Posted 24 June 2011 - 07:44 PM

Since when is Gore the 21st best player in fantasy re-drafts? Does not compute.

I have him as the eighth best player. Why did so many pass on him? Am I to high on him? Is it solely the injure concern? Help me out.........

just too risky for a 1st round pick imo.
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Posted 25 June 2011 - 06:19 AM

Since when is Gore the 21st best player in fantasy re-drafts? Does not compute.

I have him as the eighth best player. Why did so many pass on him? Am I to high on him? Is it solely the injure concern? Help me out.........

just too risky for a 1st round pick imo.

Injury history, current hip injury recovery, SF offensive strength. Not for the risk averse. White and Welker are safer picks on my team to balance it out a little.

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Posted 25 June 2011 - 11:32 AM

squad so far DMac Maclin & Dez Bryant Gates I like it but had a different receiver on my wish list for the 3/4 turn......still Dez has the skillz so if there are enough balls to go around or teams double Austin AND he can keep his head on straight he should be fine as a WR2 Interesting to see the differing paths in the draft - some no doubt influenced by draft spots - does make it virtually impossible to compare teams until at least starting skill spots are drafted
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Posted 25 June 2011 - 01:16 PM

QB-Michael Vick

RB-DeAngelo Williams

WR1-L. Fitzgerald
WR1-M.Colston


PAE gets the ship righted a bit. DeAngelo is 3rd/4th round gold this year. We thought about waiting till the 4th but why chance it? We fully expect him to be somewhere else in a month or two. We have anchors at 3 of the 4 major postions and we also have another WR1 at the 2 spot. Colston was a nice find in the 4th. He can go stretches of 4-6 weeks where he quietly puts up top5 numbers. Themicrofracture surgery is not thesame as it used to be. Love th fact h has a good QB in Brees throwing him the ball to. From weeks 6-15 last season Colston was the number 5 WR overall after a slow start.

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Posted 25 June 2011 - 01:21 PM

squad so far

DMac

Maclin & Dez Bryant

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I like it but had a different receiver on my wish list for the 3/4 turn......still Dez has the skillz so if there are enough balls to go around or teams double Austin AND he can keep his head on straight he should be fine as a WR2

Interesting to see the differing paths in the draft - some no doubt influenced by draft spots - does make it virtually impossible to compare teams until at least starting skill spots are drafted

Agree with this

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Posted 25 June 2011 - 01:31 PM

QB-Aaron Rodgers

RB-Ryan Mathews

WR1-Calvin Johnson
WR2-Brandon Marshall


Very similar to the PAE/MOP Squad thus far. Still have lots of holes to fill, but am happy with the start.

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Posted 25 June 2011 - 03:37 PM

There were a few choices for me at 4.08, but I decided to take a risk and go with Lloyd. Can he be lightning in a bottle a second year in a row? In most of the games last year, Orton was his QB, and Kyle is a pocket passer. I expect Orton to be dealt whenever free agency begins, unless it's really close to the start of the season. If that's the case, they will likely hang onto him for at least part of the season, and then they have a tough decision to make: Keep Orton starting and hope he does decent enough that teams might take interest and they can deal him away, or just go with the QB of the future, Tim Tebow, and bench Orton (which hurts his trade value some, I think). Looking at the numbers, I was surprised that Lloyd was the #1 receiver overall last year. I knew he blew up and had a career year, but didn't think it was THAT good. What made me finally pull the trigger was looking at the three games that Tebow started to maybe give me a feel of what Tebow to Lloyd might look like this year if he does become the official starter. And weeks 15-17 actually looked pretty darn good!

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Posted 25 June 2011 - 06:57 PM

Ravnzfan gave me a list for his 5th & 6th round picks. I'll keep tabs on the draft progress and make his picks when they come up.
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Posted 26 June 2011 - 08:47 AM

Took Payton cause I didn't want to risk ben making it back to me. Sob.

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Posted 26 June 2011 - 01:49 PM

From the time I picked Mathews as RB17 at 4.5, only Bradshaaw, Greene, and the rookie Thomas were selected in the next dozen picks. I had my eye on three who I think are excellent RBs for 2011 and I was only 7 picks away. Alas, they were all gone in the next four picks. I think that fiddles with J. Stewart at 5.4, grouse with Best at 5.6, and Sinrman with Blount at 5.7 all made excellent picks. :thumbup: As OM said earlier today, back to the drawing board. :confused:

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Posted 26 June 2011 - 02:56 PM

Through 5:

Ben Roethlisberger QB PIT

Jamaal Charles RB KC

Greg Jennings WR GBP
Anquan Boldin WR BAL


Dallas Clark TE IND

Definitely happy so far. I was really torn at 5.03 as to grabbing a WR2 or RB2. I really wanted Santonio Holmes at WR2, but he was taken 2 picks prior so I went with Boldin. I may regret not taking JStew or Blount there.

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Posted 26 June 2011 - 03:17 PM

Alas, they were all gone in the next four picks. I think that fiddles with J. Stewart at 5.4, grouse with Best at 5.6, and Sinrman with Blount at 5.7 all made excellent picks.

Agreed - I was hoping one of them, preferrably Blount would make it to the end of the round but.......
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Posted 26 June 2011 - 03:58 PM

Alas, they were all gone in the next four picks. I think that fiddles with J. Stewart at 5.4, grouse with Best at 5.6, and Sinrman with Blount at 5.7 all made excellent picks.

Agreed - I was hoping one of them, preferrably Blount would make it to the end of the round but.......

Well, I was torn between J Stewart and L Blount. Fiddles made the decision for me...

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Posted 26 June 2011 - 05:46 PM

Moreno is not one of my favorites, but hoping that he will keep up his involvement in the Bronco passing game. Ran for 4.3 ypa on 182 attempts in 13 games a year ago and also had 37 catches. :popcorn:




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