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#1 Stinkin Ref

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Posted 30 March 2012 - 01:23 PM

hopefully someone else is willing to manage the draft thread and keep it updated.....not sure I can commit the time needed....thanks in advance if someone steps up to do it.... clocks will not officially start until Monday but obviously jeter can get us going if he choses...I will try to pm all in this league to give them the heads up... discuss in here.....let's have fun... double secret backwards super duper ninja honey badger strategy implemented in assigning draft slots......you are where you are for a reason.... :unsure:

Edited by Stinkin Ref, 30 March 2012 - 01:36 PM.

Second place is the first loser

Potential means you haven't done anything yet.
Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard.




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Posted 30 March 2012 - 01:32 PM

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Posted 30 March 2012 - 01:47 PM

FINAL ROSTERS

1.05 Stinkin Ref - Drew Brees - QB2 - NOS
2.12 Stinkin Ref - Aaron Hernandez - TE4 - NEP
3.05 Stinkin Ref - Brandon Marshall - WR11 - CHI
4.12 Stinkin Ref - Steve Johnson - WR23 - BUF
5.05 Stinkin Ref - DeSean Jackson - WR26 - PHI
6.12 Stinkin Ref - Ben Jarvis Green-Ellis - RB27 - CIN
7.05 Stinkin Ref - Isaac Redman - RB31 - PIT
8.12 Stinkin Ref - Darrius Heyward-Bey - WR43 - OAK
9.05 Stinkin Ref - Kevin Kolb - QB28 - ARZ
10.12 Stinkin Ref - Pierre Thomas - RB43 - NOS
11.05 Stinkin Ref - Green Bay Packers DST - DST8 - GBP
12.12 Stinkin Ref - Kansas City Chiefs DST - DST22 - KCC
13.05 Stinkin Ref - Mike Goodson - RB52 - OAK
14.12 Stinkin Ref - Evan Royster - RB53 - WAS
15.05 Stinkin Ref - Garrett Hartley - PK12 - NOS
16.12 Stinkin Ref - Plaxico Burress - WR71 - UFA
17.05 Stinkin Ref - Cedric Benson - RB62 - UFA
18.12 Stinkin Ref - Adam Vinateri - PK31 - IND
19.05 Stinkin Ref - Kevin Boss - TE37 - KCC
20.12 Stinkin Ref - Ben Watson - TE39 - CLE
21.05 Stinkin Ref - Kevin Walter - WR105 - HOU
22.12 Stinkin Ref - Chaz Schilenz - WR114 - NYJ
23.05 Stinkin Ref - Visanthe Shiancoe - TE45 - UFA
24.12 Stinkin Ref - Ramses Barden - WR129 - NYG

1.09 Stephen Holloway - Tom Brady - QB3 - NEP
2.08 Stephen Holloway - Darren McFadden - RB9 - OAK
3.09 Stephen Holloway - Jordy Nelson - WR12 - GBP
4.08 Stephen Holloway - Steve Smith - WR21 - CAR
5.09 Stephen Holloway - Santonio Holmes - WR29 - NYJ
6.08 Stephen Holloway - Owen Daniels - TE14 - HOU
7.09 Stephen Holloway - Kellen Winslow - TE17 - TBB
8.08 Stephen Holloway - Doug Martin - RB35 - ROOK
9.09 Stephen Holloway - Austin Collie - WR51 - IND
10.08 Stephen Holloway - New York Giants DST - DST4 - NYG
11.09 Stephen Holloway - Rashard Mendenhall - RB47 - PIT
12.08 Stephen Holloway - Seattle Seahawks DST - DST19 - SEA
13.09 Stephen Holloway - Cleveland Browns DST - DST28 - CLE
14.08 Stephen Holloway - Shaun Suisham - PK8 - PIT
15.09 Stephen Holloway - Ryan Williams - RB54 - ARZ
16.08 Stephen Holloway - Jay Feely - PK23 - ARZ
17.09 Stephen Holloway - Leonard Hankerson - WR77 - WAS
18.08 Stephen Holloway - Early Doucet - WR84 - ARZ
19.09 Stephen Holloway - Chad Henne - QB37 - JAX
20.08 Stephen Holloway - Greg Salas - WR97 - STL
21.09 Stephen Holloway - Joseph Addai - RB80 - UFA
22.08 Stephen Holloway - Orson Charles - TE41 - ROOK
23.09 Stephen Holloway - Bernard Pierce - RB87 - ROOK
24.08 Stephen Holloway - Greg Childs - WR127 - ROOK

1.06 Shadowfax - LeSean McCoy - RB3 - PHI
2.11 Shadowfax - Victor Cruz - WR9 - NYG
3.06 Shadowfax - Steven Jacskon - RB13 - STL
4.11 Shadowfax - Matt Ryan - QB11 - ATL
5.06 Shadowfax - Brandon Lloyd - WR27 - NEP
6.11 Shadowfax - Jared Cook - TE15 - TEN
7.06 Shadowfax - Ryan Fitzpatrick - QB19 - BUF
8.11 Shadowfax - Stevan Ridley - RB36 - NEP
9.06 Shadowfax - Kyle Rudolph - TE20 - MIN
10.11 Shadowfax - James Jones - WR54 - GBP
11.06 Shadowfax - Chicago Bears DST - DST9 - CHI
12.11 Shadowfax - Jacoby Ford - WR58 - OAK
13.06 Shadowfax - David Akers - PK2 - SFO
14.11 Shadowfax - Brandon LaFell - WR63 - CAR
15.06 Shadowfax - Neil Rackers - PK13 - HOU
16.11 Shadowfax - Mikel LeShoure - RB60 - DET
17.06 Shadowfax - Bernard Scott - RB63 - CIN
18.11 Shadowfax - Jordan Shipley - WR85 - CIN
19.06 Shadowfax - Jason Avant - WR91 - PHI
20.11 Shadowfax - Donario Alexander - WR100 - STL
21.06 Shadowfax - Donnie Avery - WR106 - IND
22.11 Shadowfax - Mike Kafka - QB41 - PHI
23.06 Shadowfax - Marcus Easley - WR118 - BUF
24.11 Shadowfax - Jeremy Shockey - TE46 - UFA

1.10 Reaper - Maurice Jones-Drew - RB4 - JAX
2.07 Reaper - Roddy White - WR7 - ATL
3.10 Reaper - Mike Wallace - WR13 - PIT
4.07 Reaper - Brandon Pettigrew - TE8 - DET
5.10 Reaper - Roy Helu - RB20 - WAS
6.07 Reaper - Josh Freeman - QB16 - TBB
7.10 Reaper - Sam Bradford - QB21 - STL
8.07 Reaper - Robert Meachem - WR42 - SDC
9.10 Reaper - Lamar Miller - RB38 - ROOK
10.07 Reaper - Felix Jones - RB41 - DAL
11.10 Reaper - Buffalo Bills DST - DST11 - BUF
12.07 Reaper - Earl Bennett - WR57 - CHI
13.10 Reaper - Miami Dolphins DST - DST29 - MIA
14.07 Reaper - Anthony Fasano - TE29 - MIA
15.10 Reaper - Rashad Jennings - RB55 - JAX
16.07 Reaper - Dan Carpenter - PK22 - MIA
17.10 Reaper - Golden Tate - WR78 - SEA
18.07 Reaper - Ryan Longwell - PK30 - MIN
19.10 Reaper - Adrian Arrington - WR92 - NOS
20.07 Reaper - Preston Parker - WR96 - TBB
21.10 Reaper - Lee Evans - WR107 - BAL
22.07 Reaper - Javon Ringer - RB83 - TEN
23.10 Reaper - Ronnie Brown - RB88 - UFA
24.07 Reaper - Stephen Williams - WR126 - ARZ

1.02 OldMilwaukee - Aaron Rodgers - QB1 - GBP
2.15 OldMilwaukee - Jamal Charles - RB11 - KCC
3.02 OldMilwaukee - Frank Gore - RB12 - SFO
4.15 OldMilwaukee - Demaryius Thomas - WR24 - DEN
5.02 OldMilwaukee - Tony Gonzalez - TE10 - ATL
6.15 OldMilwaukee - CJ Spiller - RB29 - BUF
7.02 OldMilwaukee - Brent Celek - TE16 - PHI
8.15 OldMilwaukee - Nate Washington - WR45 - TEN
9.02 OldMilwaukee - Nate Burleson - WR47 - DET
10.15 OldMilwaukee - Scott Chandler - TE23 - BUF
11.02 OldMilwaukee - Randall Cobb - WR55 - GBP
12.15 OldMilwaukee - Chris Polk - RB51 - ROOK
13.02 OldMilwaukee - Washington Redskins DST - DST25 - WAS
14.15 OldMilwaukee - Blaine Gabbert - QB33 - JAX
15.02 OldMilwaukee - Rian Lindell - PK10 - BUF
16.15 OldMilwaukee - Arrelious Benn - WR73 - TBB
17.02 OldMilwaukee - Steven Hauschka - PK27 - SEA
18.15 OldMilwaukee - Braylon Edwards - WR87 - UFA
19.02 OldMilwaukee - Donald Jones - WR88 - BUF
20.15 OldMilwaukee - Jerome Simpson - WR103 - CIN
21.02 OldMilwaukee - Tim Hightower - RB76 - WAS
22.15 OldMilwaukee - Le'Ron McClain - RB84 - SDC
23.02 OldMilwaukee - Graham Harrell - QB42 - GBP
24.15 OldMilwaukee - Anthony Gonzalez - WR131 - NEP

1.04 Nugget - Ray Rice - RB2 - BAL
2.13 Nugget - Antonio Gates - TE5 - SDC
3.04 Nugget - Michael Vick - QB7 - PHI
4.13 Nugget - Reggie Bush - RB18 - MIA
5.04 Nugget - Jay Cutler - QB13 - CHI
6.13 Nugget - LeGarrette Blount - RB28 - TBB
7.04 Nugget - Pierre Garcon - WR35 - WAS
8.13 Nugget - Daniel Thomas - RB37 - MIA
9.04 Nugget - Lance Moore - WR48 - NOS
10.13 Nugget - Baltimore Ravens DST - DST6 - BAL
11.04 Nugget - Philadelphia Eagles DST - DST7 - PHI
12.13 Nugget - Marcedes Lewis - TE27 - JAX
13.04 Nugget - Mason Crosby - PK1 - GBP
14.13 Nugget - David Nelson - WR64 - BUF
15.04 Nugget - Damian Williams - WR67 - TEN
16.13 Nugget - Stephen Hill - WR72 - ROOK
17.04 Nugget - Phil Dawson - PK28 - CLE
18.13 Nugget - Deion Branch - WR86 - NEP
19.04 Nugget - Michael Jenkins - WR90 - MIN
20.13 Nugget - Josh Cribs - WR101 - CLE
21.04 Nugget - Tommy Streeter - WR104 - ROOK
22.13 Nugget - Devin Aromashodu - WR115 - MIN
23.04 Nugget - Brady Quinn - QB43 - KCC
24.13 Nugget - Randy McMichael - TE47 - SDC

1.01 jeter23 - Arian Foster - RB1 - HOU
2.16 jeter23 - Vernon Davis - TE6 - SFO
3.01 jeter23 - AJ Green - WR10 - CIN
4.16 jeter23 - Peyton Manning - QB12 - DEN
5.01 jeter23 - Jeremy Maclin - WR25 - PHI
6.16 jeter23 - Andy Dalton - QB18 - CIN
7.01 jeter23 - Ben Tate - RB30 - HOU
8.16 jeter23 - Titus Young - WR46 - DET
9.01 jeter23 - Jake Locker - QB27 - TEN
10.16 jeter23 - Martellus Bennett - TE24 - NYG
11.01 jeter23 - Donald Brown - RB45 - IND
12.16 jeter23 - New Orleans Saints DST - DST23 - NOS
13.01 jeter23 - Tenessee Titans DST - DST24 - TEN
14.16 jeter23 - Kendall Wright - WR66 - ROOK
15.01 jeter23 - Lance Kendricks - TE31 - STL
16.16 jeter23 - Rueben Randle - WR74 - ROOK
17.01 jeter23 - Nick Folk - PK26 - NYJ
18.16 jeter23 - Olindo Mare - PK32 - CAR
19.01 jeter23 - Brandon Jacobs - RB66 - SFO
20.16 jeter23 - Chris Ivory - RB74 - NOS
21.01 jeter23 - Jonathan Dwyer - RB75 - PIT
22.16 jeter23 - Laderious Green - TE43 - ROOK
23.01 jeter23 - Joseph Morgan - WR117 - NOS
24.16 jeter23 - John Kasay - PK33 - NOS

1.08 HellToupee - Jimmy Graham - TE2 - NOS
2.09 HellToupee - Marshawn Lynch - RB10 - SEA
3.08 HellToupee - Trent Richardson - RB15 - ROOK
4.09 HellToupee - Antonio Brown - WR22 - PIT
5.08 HellToupee - Reggie Wayne - WR28 - IND
6.09 HellToupee - Michael Crabtree - WR32 - SFO
7.08 HellToupee - Robert Griffin - QB20 - ROOK
8.09 HellToupee - Alex Smith - QB25 - SFO
9.08 HellToupee - Jon Baldwin - WR50 - KCC
10.09 HellToupee - Houston Texans DST - DST5 - HOU
11.08 HellToupee - Shane Vereen - RB46 - NEP
12.09 HellToupee - Arizona Cardinals DST - DST20 - ARZ
13.08 HellToupee - Doug Baldwin - WR60 - SEA
14.09 HellToupee - Dennis Pitta - TE30 - BAL
15.08 HellToupee - Matt Bryant - PK14 - ATL
16.09 HellToupee - Alex Green - RB59 - GBP
17.08 HellToupee - Mike Thomas - WR76 - JAX
18.09 HellToupee - Josh Johnson - QB35 - SFO
19.08 HellToupee - Isaiah Pead - RB67 - ROOK
20.09 HellToupee - Jerrel Jerrigan - WR98 - NYG
21.08 HellToupee - Da’Rel Scott - RB79 - NYG
22.09 HellToupee - James Casey - TE42 - HOU
23.08 HellToupee - Baron Batch - RB86 - PIT
24.09 HellToupee - Niles Paul - TE48 - WAS

1.16 Duckboy - Chris Johnson - RB5 - TEN
2.01 Duckboy - Wes Welker - WR5 - NEP
3.16 Duckboy - Ben Roethlisberger - QB10 - PIT
4.01 Duckboy - Jermichael Finley - TE7 - GBP
5.16 Duckboy - DeAngelo Williams - RB24 - CAR
6.01 Duckboy - Justin Blackmon - WR31 - ROOK
7.16 Duckboy - Denarius Moore - WR37 - OAK
8.01 Duckboy - Santana Moss - WR38 - WAS
9.16 Duckboy - Colt McCoy - QB30 - CLE
10.01 Duckboy - San Francisco 49ers DST - DST1 - SFO
11.16 Duckboy - Minnesota Vikings - DST14 - MIN
12.01 Duckboy - Jacquizz Rodgers - RB50 - ATL
13.16 Duckboy - Kellen Davis - TE28 - CHI
14.01 Duckboy - Stephen Gostkowski - PK3 - NEP
15.16 Duckboy - Lawrence Tynes - PK17 - NYG
16.01 Duckboy - Andre Caldwell - WR70 - DEN
17.16 Duckboy - Ryan Tannehill - QB34 - ROOK
18.01 Duckboy - Mohamed Sanu - WR81 - ROOK
19.16 Duckboy - Mario Fanin - RB71 - DEN
20.01 Duckboy - Dion Lewis - RB72 - PHI
21.16 Duckboy - Jericho Cotchery - WR111 - PIT
22.01 Duckboy - Brad Smith - WR112 - BUF
23.16 Duckboy - Marcel Reece - RB91 - OAK
24.01 Duckboy - Jason Hill - WR121 - DEN

1.15 Crippler - Hakeem Nicks - WR4 - NYG
2.02 Crippler - Ryan Matthews - RB6 - SDC
3.15 Crippler - Phillip Rivers - QB9 - SDC
4.02 Crippler - Marques Colston - WR17 - NOS
5.15 Crippler - Mark Ingram - RB23 - NOS
6.02 Crippler - Jermaine Gresham - TE11 - CIN
7.15 Crippler - Matt Flynn - QB23 - SEA
8.02 Crippler - Greg Little - WR39 - CLE
9.15 Crippler - James Stark - RB40 - GBP
10.02 Crippler - Pittsburgh Steelers DST - DST2 - PIT
11.15 Crippler - Zach Miller - TE25 - SEA
12.02 Crippler - San Diego Chargers DST - DST15 - SDC
13.15 Crippler - Andre Roberts - WR62 - ARZ
14.02 Crippler - Alex Henry - PK4 - PHI
15.15 Crippler - LaMichael James - RB56 - ROOK
16.02 Crippler - Ryan Succop - PK18 - KCC
17.15 Crippler - Steve Smith - WR80 - STL
18.02 Crippler - Rob Housler - TE33 - ARZ
19.15 Crippler - Brian Hartline - WR93 - MIA
20.02 Crippler - Jon Skelton - QB39 - ARZ
21.15 Crippler - Clyde Gates - WR110 - MIA
22.02 Crippler - Bilal Powell - RB81 - NYJ
23.15 Crippler - John Kuhn - RB90 - GBP
24.02 Crippler - Brian Quick - WR122 - ROOK

1.11 CommuterMan - Cam Newton - QB4 - CAR
2.06 CommuterMan - Adrian Peterson - RB8 - MIN
3.11 CommuterMan - Julio Jones - WR14 - ATL
4.06 CommuterMan - Dez Bryant - WR20 - DAL
5.11 CommuterMan - Sydney Rice - WR30 - SEA
6.06 CommuterMan - Shonne Greene - RB26 - NYJ
7.11 CommuterMan - Jahvid Best - RB33 - DET
8.06 CommuterMan - Mike Williams - WR41 - TBB
9.11 CommuterMan - Ed Dickson - TE21 - BAL
10.06 CommuterMan - Tim Tebow - QB31 - NYJ
11.11 CommuterMan - Dallas Cowboys DST - DST12 - DAL
12.06 CommuterMan - Cincinatti Bengals DST - DST18 - CIN
13.11 CommuterMan - Matt Moore - QB32 - MIA
14.06 CommuterMan - Matt Prater - PK7 - DEN
15.11 CommuterMan - Robbie Gould - PK15 - CHI
16.06 CommuterMan - Delone Carter - RB58 - IND
17.11 CommuterMan - Devery Hendersom - WR79 - NOS
18.06 CommuterMan - Todd Heap - TE35 - ARZ
19.11 CommuterMan - Matt Hasselback - QB38 - TEN
20.06 CommuterMan - John Carlson - TE38 - MIN
21.11 CommuterMan - Devin Hester - WR108 - CHI
22.06 CommuterMan - Delanie Walker - TE43 - SFO
23.11 CommuterMan - Juron Criner - WR119 - ROOK
24.06 CommuterMan - Leon Washington - RB92 - SEA

1.13 BroadwayG - Andre Johnson - WR2 - HOU
2.04 BroadwayG - Jason Witten - TE3 - DAL
3.13 BroadwayG - Dwayne Bowe - WR16 - KCC
4.04 BroadwayG - Kenny Britt - WR19 - TEN
5.13 BroadwayG - Carson Palmer - QB15 - OAK
6.04 BroadwayG - Willis McGahee - RB25 - DEN
7.13 BroadwayG - Christian Ponder - QB22 - MIN
8.04 BroadwayG - Michael Bush - RB34 - CHI
9.13 BroadwayG - Michael Floyd - WR52 - ROOK
10.04 BroadwayG - Tony Moeaki - TE22 - KCC
11.13 BroadwayG - Mike Tolbert - RB49 - CAR
12.04 BroadwayG - Denver Broncos DST - DST16 - DEN
13.13 BroadwayG - St Louis Rams DST - DST31 - STL
14.04 BroadwayG - Indianapolis Colts DST - DST32 - IND
15.13 BroadwayG - Connor Barth - PK16 - TBB
16.04 BroadwayG - Mike Nugent - PK20 - CIN
17.13 BroadwayG - Josh Scobee - PK29 - JAX
18.04 BroadwayG - Evan Moore - TE34 - CLE
19.13 BroadwayG - Montario Hardesty - RB69 - CLE
20.04 BroadwayG - Ryan Grant - RB73 - UFA
21.13 BroadwayG - Donald Driver - WR109 - GBP
22.04 BroadwayG - Andrew Hawkins - WR113 - CIN
23.13 BroadwayG - Joe Webb - QB44 - MIN
24.04 BroadwayG - Chris Givens - WR124 - ROOK

1.03 Blue-Kun - Calvin Johnson - WR1 - DET
2.14 Blue-Kun - Darren Sproles - RB10 - NOS
3.03 Blue-Kun - Eli Manning - QB6 - NYG
4.14 Blue-Kun - Fred Davis - TE9 - WAS
5.03 Blue-Kun - Michael Turner - RB19 - ATL
6.14 Blue-Kun - Joe Flacco - QB17 - BAL
7.03 Blue-Kun - Malcolm Floyd - WR34 - SDC
8.14 Blue-Kun - Laurent Robinson - WR44 - JAX
9.03 Blue-Kun - Heath Miller - TE19 - PIT
10.14 Blue-Kun - Kendall Hunter - RB44 - SFO
11.03 Blue-Kun - New England Patriots DST - DST10 - NEP
12.14 Blue-Kun - Jabar Gaffney - WR59 - WAS
13.03 Blue-Kun - Tampa Bay Bucaneers DST - DST26 - TBB
14.14 Blue-Kun - Danny Amendola - WR65 - STL
15.03 Blue-Kun - Rob Bironas - PK11 - TEN
16.14 Blue-Kun - Graham Gano - PK25 - WAS
17.03 Blue-Kun - Jason Snelling - RB61 - ATL
18.14 Blue-Kun - Taiwan Jones - RB65 - OAK
19.03 Blue-Kun - Jacoby Jones - WR89 - HOU
20.14 Blue-Kun - Mohamed Massaquoi - WR102 - CLE
21.03 Blue-Kun - Cyrus Green - RB77 - ROOK
22.14 Blue-Kun - Lavelle Hawkins - WR116 - TEN
23.03 Blue-Kun - Michael Hoomanawanui - TE44 - STL
24.14 Blue-Kun - Dezmon Briscoe - WR130 - TBB

1.12 bicycle_seat_sniffer - Matt Stafford - QB5 - DET
2.05 bicycle_seat_sniffer - Greg Jennings - WR6 - GBP
3.12 bicycle_seat_sniffer - Miles Austin - WR15 - DAL
4.05 bicycle_seat_sniffer - Ahmad Bradshaw - RB16 - NYG
5.12 bicycle_seat_sniffer - Beanie Wells - RB21 - ARZ
6.05 bicycle_seat_sniffer - Jacob Tamme - TE13 - DEN
7.12 bicycle_seat_sniffer - Greg Olson - TE18 - CAR
8.05 bicycle_seat_sniffer - Eric Decker - WR40 - DEN
9.12 bicycle_seat_sniffer - Matt Cassel - QB29 - KCC
10.05 bicycle_seat_sniffer - Randy Moss - WR53 - SFO
11.12 bicycle_seat_sniffer - Kevin Smith - RB48 - DET
12.05 bicycle_seat_sniffer - Atlanta Falcons DST - DST17 - ATL
13.12 bicycle_seat_sniffer - Carolina Panthers DST - DST30 - CAR
14.05 bicycle_seat_sniffer - Sebastian Janikowski - PK6 - OAK
15.12 bicycle_seat_sniffer - Alshon Jeffery - WR69 - ROOK
16.05 bicycle_seat_sniffer - Josh Brown - PK21 - STL
17.12 bicycle_seat_sniffer - Joe McKnight - RB64 - NYJ
18.05 bicycle_seat_sniffer - Steve Breaston - WR83 - KCC
19.12 bicycle_seat_sniffer - DJ Ware - RB68 - NYG
20.05 bicycle_seat_sniffer - Jeremy Kerley - WR95 - NYJ
21.12 bicycle_seat_sniffer - Dwayne Allen - TE41 - ROOK
22.05 bicycle_seat_sniffer - Shaun Hill - QB40 - DET
23.12 bicycle_seat_sniffer - Robert Turbin - RB89 - ROOK
24.05 bicycle_seat_sniffer - Riley Cooper - WR125 - PHI

1.14 BassNBrew - Larry Fitzgerald - WR3 - ARZ
2.03 BassNBrew - Matt Forte - RB7 - CHI
3.14 BassNBrew - Tony Romo - QB8 - DAL
4.03 BassNBrew - Vincent Jackson - WR18 - TBB
5.14 BassNBrew - Jonathan Stewart - RB22 - CAR
6.03 BassNBrew - Dustin Keller - TE12 - NYJ
7.14 BassNBrew - Anquan Boldin - WR36 - BAL
8.03 BassNBrew - Andrew Luck - QB24 - ROOK
9.14 BassNBrew - David Wilson - RB39 - ROOK
10.03 BassNBrew - Detroit Lions DST - DST3 - DET
11.14 BassNBrew - New York Jets DST - DST13 - NYJ
12.03 BassNBrew - Coby Fleener - TE26 - ROOK
13.14 BassNBrew - Emmanuel Sanders - WR61 - PIT
14.03 BassNBrew - Nate Kaeding - PK5 - SDC
15.14 BassNBrew - Billy Cundiff - PK19 - BAL
16.03 BassNBrew - Danny Woodhead - RB57 - NEP
17.14 BassNBrew - Joel Dreesen - TE32 - DEN
18.03 BassNBrew - Eddie Royal - WR82 - SDC
19.14 BassNBrew - Dexter McCluster - RB70 - KCC
20.03 BassNBrew - David Gettis - WR94 - CAR
21.14 BassNBrew - Chris Cooley - TE40 - WAS
22.03 BassNBrew - Ronnie Hillman - RB82 - ROOK
23.14 BassNBrew - Kevin Olgetree - WR120 - DAL
24.03 BassNBrew - Chad OchoCinco - WR123 - UFA

1.07 Aaron Rudnicki - Rob Gronkowski - TE1 - NEP
2.10 Aaron Rudnicki - Percy Harvin - WR8 - MIN
3.07 Aaron Rudnicki - DeMarco Murray - RB14 - DAL
4.10 Aaron Rudnicki - Fred Jackson - RB17 - BUF
5.07 Aaron Rudnicki - Matt Schaub - QB14 - HOU
6.10 Aaron Rudnicki - Torrey Smith - WR33 - BAL
7.07 Aaron Rudnicki - Peyton Hillis - RB32 - KCC
8.10 Aaron Rudnicki - Mark Sanchez - QB26 - NYJ
9.07 Aaron Rudnicki - Mario Manningham - WR49 - SFO
10.10 Aaron Rudnicki - Toby Gerhardt - RB42 - MIN
11.07 Aaron Rudnicki - Vincent Brown - WR56 - SDC
12.10 Aaron Rudnicki - Jacksonville Jaguars DST - DST21 - JAX
13.07 Aaron Rudnicki - Oakland Raiders DST - DST27 - OAK
14.10 Aaron Rudnicki - Dan Bailey - PK9 - DAL
15.07 Aaron Rudnicki - Josh Morgan - WR68 - WAS
16.10 Aaron Rudnicki - Jason Hansen - PK24 - DET
17.07 Aaron Rudnicki - Davone Bess - WR75 - MIA
18.10 Aaron Rudnicki - Tony Scheffler - TE36 - DET
19.07 Aaron Rudnicki - TJ Yates - QB36 - HOU
20.10 Aaron Rudnicki - Harry Douglas - WR99 - ATL
21.07 Aaron Rudnicki - Knowshon Moreno - RB78 - DEN
22.10 Aaron Rudnicki - Phillip Tanner - RB85 - DAL
23.07 Aaron Rudnicki - Charles Clay - RB85 - MIA
24.10 Aaron Rudnicki - Tandon Doss - WR128 - BAL

Edited by Nugget, 24 April 2012 - 04:44 PM.

Mistakes were made...

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Posted 30 March 2012 - 01:48 PM

I'll set up a draft thread. I can update a couple time of day.

awesome...thanks

Second place is the first loser

Potential means you haven't done anything yet.
Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard.


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Posted 30 March 2012 - 02:00 PM

reminder pm's out to all members of this league as of this writing....except for reaper as it says he can't receive any messages....if someone knows how to get a hold of him to remind him, that would be great.... also no pm to bnb cause he knows whats up...plus he don't pick for awhile.... ;)

Edited by Stinkin Ref, 30 March 2012 - 02:01 PM.

Second place is the first loser

Potential means you haven't done anything yet.
Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard.


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Posted 31 March 2012 - 10:05 AM

Hey Ref...why did you give one of the historically best drafters the primo slot?

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Posted 31 March 2012 - 03:13 PM

Hey Ref...why did you give one of the historically best drafters the primo slot?

with as much work as you do to help organize these I thought I should try to hook you up a little.....

Second place is the first loser

Potential means you haven't done anything yet.
Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard.


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Posted 02 April 2012 - 09:10 AM

top eight picks seem like consensus picks to me. At nine I was not particularly looking to go QB early, but there are not a lot of extremely solid starters at QB and at that point I like Brady way better than what I thought would be next top RB, WR, or TE. Not really excited, but not disappointed starting out with Brady as my QB. I do think that he should be in the conversation for top QB this year and is a solid top five QB. However, I also hope that being in the middle of the draft allows for some BPA value to fall in upcoming rounds. Happy Drafting all! A nice start today.
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Posted 02 April 2012 - 12:32 PM

Hey Ref...why did you give one of the historically best drafters the primo slot?

with as much work as you do to help organize these I thought I should try to hook you up a little.....

:lmao: I was refering to Jeter who is basically dominant in these drafts.

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Posted 02 April 2012 - 12:37 PM

top eight picks seem like consensus picks to me. At nine I was not particularly looking to go QB early, but there are not a lot of extremely solid starters at QB and at that point I like Brady way better than what I thought would be next top RB, WR, or TE. Not really excited, but not disappointed starting out with Brady as my QB. I do think that he should be in the conversation for top QB this year and is a solid top five QB. However, I also hope that being in the middle of the draft allows for some BPA value to fall in upcoming rounds. Happy Drafting all! A nice start today.

I'm still not sold on the 5 QBs going in the first round in this format. I'm really liking the 14 spot and picking up two top non-QBs.

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Posted 02 April 2012 - 12:40 PM

Hey Ref...why did you give one of the historically best drafters the primo slot?

with as much work as you do to help organize these I thought I should try to hook you up a little.....

:lmao: I was refering to Jeter who is basically dominant in these drafts.

ohhhhhh.....my bad guess I didn't really realize Jeter's rep.......not real up to date on the history and who are the studs around here....maybe I should take a look at the history thing twilight has or something... or maybe I am up to date on it and it is all part of the master plan...... guess it should be easy for him then.....should we just quit now..?

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Posted 02 April 2012 - 12:44 PM

Hey Ref...why did you give one of the historically best drafters the primo slot?

with as much work as you do to help organize these I thought I should try to hook you up a little.....

:lmao: I was refering to Jeter who is basically dominant in these drafts.

ohhhhhh.....my bad guess I didn't really realize Jeter's rep.......not real up to date on the history and who are the studs around here....maybe I should take a look at the history thing twilight has or something... or maybe I am up to date on it and it is all part of the master plan...... guess it should be easy for him then.....should we just quit now..?

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Posted 02 April 2012 - 12:54 PM

top eight picks seem like consensus picks to me. At nine I was not particularly looking to go QB early, but there are not a lot of extremely solid starters at QB and at that point I like Brady way better than what I thought would be next top RB, WR, or TE. Not really excited, but not disappointed starting out with Brady as my QB. I do think that he should be in the conversation for top QB this year and is a solid top five QB. However, I also hope that being in the middle of the draft allows for some BPA value to fall in upcoming rounds. Happy Drafting all! A nice start today.

I'm still not sold on the 5 QBs going in the first round in this format. I'm really liking the 14 spot and picking up two top non-QBs.

24 rounds should allow for a ton of depth at non QB positions......which might bring the scoring at those positions closer together....elite QB's are rare....combine lack of depth at the position (32), the fact that some of them really suck, and the fact that on some weeks there will definatley only be 26-28 actually playing because of bye weeks and one could argue that one of the highest scoring positions may become even more valuable in an increased roster size (24) survivor format.....

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Posted 02 April 2012 - 03:11 PM

top eight picks seem like consensus picks to me. At nine I was not particularly looking to go QB early, but there are not a lot of extremely solid starters at QB and at that point I like Brady way better than what I thought would be next top RB, WR, or TE. Not really excited, but not disappointed starting out with Brady as my QB. I do think that he should be in the conversation for top QB this year and is a solid top five QB. However, I also hope that being in the middle of the draft allows for some BPA value to fall in upcoming rounds. Happy Drafting all! A nice start today.

I'm still not sold on the 5 QBs going in the first round in this format. I'm really liking the 14 spot and picking up two top non-QBs.

24 rounds should allow for a ton of depth at non QB positions......which might bring the scoring at those positions closer together....elite QB's are rare....combine lack of depth at the position (32), the fact that some of them really suck, and the fact that on some weeks there will definatley only be 26-28 actually playing because of bye weeks and one could argue that one of the highest scoring positions may become even more valuable in an increased roster size (24) survivor format.....

You are correct. Something I thought of, but didn't want to point out. Still happy with Forte in the second.

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Posted 02 April 2012 - 05:56 PM

this is my first survivor with 24 rounds and I think that it will be interesting to see the tweaks. Extra depth will give the individual drafter more options. I like beginning with a top guy at QB. I also don't mind the risk associated with a pick like D. Mac who as long as he is playing is solid gold. He may miss games, but when he is in he is contributing mightily.
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Posted 02 April 2012 - 06:57 PM

Hey Ref...why did you give one of the historically best drafters the primo slot?

with as much work as you do to help organize these I thought I should try to hook you up a little.....

:lmao: I was refering to Jeter who is basically dominant in these drafts.

ohhhhhh.....my bad guess I didn't really realize Jeter's rep.......not real up to date on the history and who are the studs around here....maybe I should take a look at the history thing twilight has or something... or maybe I am up to date on it and it is all part of the master plan...... guess it should be easy for him then.....should we just quit now..?

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I think I have 5 also, according to Twilight's post in the 2012 Champions thread.

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Posted 03 April 2012 - 05:17 AM

Hey Ref...why did you give one of the historically best drafters the primo slot?

with as much work as you do to help organize these I thought I should try to hook you up a little.....

:lmao: I was refering to Jeter who is basically dominant in these drafts.

ohhhhhh.....my bad guess I didn't really realize Jeter's rep.......not real up to date on the history and who are the studs around here....maybe I should take a look at the history thing twilight has or something... or maybe I am up to date on it and it is all part of the master plan...... guess it should be easy for him then.....should we just quit now..?

me and Rudy tied for all time lead with 5 championships each.

I think I have 5 also, according to Twilight's post in the 2012 Champions thread.

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Posted 03 April 2012 - 08:52 AM

I should have 5 after this season.
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Posted 03 April 2012 - 04:23 PM

Awesome competition in our group will make it that much sweeter for this year's champion.
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Posted 03 April 2012 - 06:17 PM

Awesome competition in our group will make it that much sweeter for this year's champion.

:goodposting: while the strategy in these (survivior mode) is part of what is in play I also like to try and see why you guys like certain guys over others just overall at this time of year...helps me see what other FF freaks are seeing/feeling and if my eye ball tests or thoughts are way out of whack, etc...while we don't get a ton of justification in here for why we took player x instead of player y and z the little comments and trends help build a foundation and promote more personal research for me sometimes...these are almost better than 100 threads in the shark pool on a player....some solid opinions in here even if they aren't the same as our own....good food for thought when we have our own drafts down the road....I have done a 180 sometimes on a player because of what has happened in here...

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Posted 03 April 2012 - 06:32 PM

Quick update in the stats so far............... QBs - seven taken RBs - even with all of the talk of RBBC they lead the way with 16 and there are three teams that have already drafted two, while three teams are yet to take one. WRs - the next most popular position with 14 drafted and only one team with two, while three teams are still waiting to take their first TEs - six have been drafted
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Posted 03 April 2012 - 06:36 PM

Following the last three selections of Nelson, Wallace and Julio Jones, I admit that I strongly considered each of the three and very little hope that any of them would make another round. Still was surprised that each of them went in consecutive picks.
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Posted 04 April 2012 - 06:12 AM

Following the last three selections of Nelson, Wallace and Julio Jones, I admit that I strongly considered each of the three and very little hope that any of them would make another round. Still was surprised that each of them went in consecutive picks.

I really wanted Trent Richardson and hoped he would still be here at 3.10. Was also looking at Murray. Seems like Screaming WR Value here at the 3/4 turn - makes me regret picking a possibly declining Roddy White in round 2 when I could get almost as much value on this turn... Who would I have taken instead? hmmmmm? Looking back, I'd really like Vernon Davis on my squad but, sometimes you get that feeling like "Ehh, I got VD at 4.01 in the last draft how can I possibly jump for him now, a round and a half earlier".... Ugggh, Wish I did!

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Posted 04 April 2012 - 10:22 AM

1.14 Fitz 2.3 Forte 3.14 Romo 4.3 VJax Really like the value of Rivers/Romo/Ben at the 3/4 turn. Went Romo over Rivers becuase I like his targets better and have a feeling that SD will be switching to a more balance attack this year. I would have drafted either of the other two QBs if still available on the way back. I also wanted Finley at this turn. He didn't survive and maybe I should have taken him first hoping the two after me wouldn't double up at QB. VJax - I like the big games in this format, especially with huge rosters. Given Atl, NO, Car can all put up points, there's huge opportunity for passing numbers in Tampa. Given Carolina's cornerbacks, VJax may get me immunity by himself in those weeks.

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Posted 04 April 2012 - 10:32 AM

A Johnson D Bowe K Britt J Witten Was hoping for MJD to get to me in the first, but no such luck. Felt a little easier passing on the QBs with most of the uncertainty gone that was felt in the WSL draft. Thought Witten was a bit of a stretch, but as expected all the top TE were snatched up well before my 3rd pick came up. We will see how the stud WR strategy works out for me in the next 4 rounds.
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Posted 05 April 2012 - 09:33 AM

A Johnson D Bowe K Britt J Witten Was hoping for MJD to get to me in the first, but no such luck. Felt a little easier passing on the QBs with most of the uncertainty gone that was felt in the WSL draft. Thought Witten was a bit of a stretch, but as expected all the top TE were snatched up well before my 3rd pick came up. We will see how the stud WR strategy works out for me in the next 4 rounds.

M Vick J Cutler R Rice R Bush A Gates I went the opposite of stud WR. I like Vick's opportunity for big games but due to his huge variance I felt I needed to get my QB2 now. Really liking this team now - may reconsider when I see my WR corps later.
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Posted 05 April 2012 - 11:52 AM

Wasn't 100% sure on taking Calvin Johnson, but I wanted to try and anchor my WR position (as much as that's possible) since I think depth will be a bit more handy with WR's and so many rounds. Was fortunate Fred Davis lasted so long as I think him and Tony G. were the last ones of a tier. Eli Manning Darren Sproles Michael Turner Calvin Johnson Fred Davis
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Posted 05 April 2012 - 01:08 PM

Team Holloway QB Tom Brady Patriots 1.9 RB Darren McFadden Raiders 2.8 WR 1 Jordy Nelson Packers 3.9 WR 2 Steve Smith Panthers 4.8 WR 3 Santonio Holmes Jets 5.9 I like the composition of the squad, here in the beginning. I see a lot of big game scorers which are always nice in best ball leagues. I was surprised to see that Holmes scored double digits (ppr) nine times last year for the Jets. Nelson and Steve Smith were each targeted frequently down the field leading to some huge games. Brady is always good for solid scoring at the QB slot and the Patriots have added some WRs who may be able to stretch the field even more in 2012.
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Posted 06 April 2012 - 09:41 AM

QB Rivers 3.15 QB Flynn 7.15 RB Mathews 2.2 RB Ingram 5.15 RB Starks 9.15 WR Nicks 1.15 WR Colston 4.2 WR Little 8.2 TE Gresham 6.2 D Pitt 10.2 It is looking solid to this point. Only bad thing is the QB/RB for SD for bye weeks. Like it as a strategy though. Solid everywhere and really like the value on Colston that I got. I got him as WR7 this year. I took Rivers at 3.1 in the WSL or 3.15 is nice bonus again. Update. QB is in good hands. RB looks not bad for the 3. WR starters are nice but need depth. TE starter is okay and great D to start. Team is shaping up not bad Amazing compared to other draft I have rocked this thing. Starks was early 8th. Rivers was 2.2. Gresham was 4.1. Rest are close. Even though Colston dropping in other league still baffles me

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Posted 06 April 2012 - 10:32 AM

Duckboy - if I had taken DeAngelo would you have taken Stewart? I wanted to try to lock up both at that last turn. Not excited about the Keller pick. Pretty much a defensive pick with limited upside.

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Posted 06 April 2012 - 10:52 AM

Duckboy - if I had taken DeAngelo would you have taken Stewart? I wanted to try to lock up both at that last turn.

Yes. I had 3 RBs I would have taken here (Ingram and the 2 Carolina boys) even though taking 2 RBs would have left me short other slots. If both had been here, I had the same idea. If all 3 had been there, I probably would have taken Ingram and DeAngelo and left Stewart, but I hadn't decided that fully.

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Posted 06 April 2012 - 12:39 PM

Duckboy - if I had taken DeAngelo would you have taken Stewart? I wanted to try to lock up both at that last turn.

Not excited about the Keller pick. Pretty much a defensive pick with limited upside.



Then again, At TE9 he did have 65/815/5 Last year during a year that was IMO, as bad as it can get and now the Jets no longer have a tall target in Plax to steal TD's. No matter what, he will be Sanchez' favorite.

Ground and pound or not, as long as the OL doesn't hit the injury bug again and keeps Sanchez upright, Keller can have upside from last year.
When Mangold was out / Gimpy, Keller was USELESS and his stats show that.

Or, of course............ It can be all TEBOWMANIA. :cry:


I almost took Stewart myself but, I'm pretty heavily invested in him at this point so I took a flyer on Helu instead.

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 07:06 AM

C Palmer C Ponder W McGahee M Bush A Johnson D Bowe K Britt J Witten Disaster strikes at the end of the first period. While I like McGahee, especially with Manning in town, the other 3 guys are miserable. I should have skipped on Palmer when there were much better options at other positions and just took my lumps at QB. Now I have a steaming heap at two positions.
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Posted 09 April 2012 - 10:16 AM

QB - Romo, Luck RB - Forte, Stewart WR - Fitz, VJax, Boldin TE - Keller Thought I'd like the 14 spot, but this draft has become about making defensive selections. Seems like my "sleepers" aren't sleepers anymore.

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 10:47 AM

QB - Stafford RB - Bradshaw, Beanie WR - Jennings, MilesA,Decker TE - Tamme,Olsen Think Im ok, Need that TE situation to work. I got a sleeper in mind too, will probably roll w 3 of them with the deep rosters.

 

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 12:05 PM

1.05 Drew Brees QB NO

Placed myself at 1.05 because I wanted a QB (Brees or Rodgers)in the first, knew I wouldn't take a RB even if one of the top 3 fell, so I thought this spot guaranteed that.

6.12 BenJarvus Green-Ellis RB CIN
7.05 Isaac Redman RB PIT


We will see what these two teams do in the draft and the remainder of free agency, but I like the idea of getting two current starters in the 6th and 7th round.

3.05 Brandon Marshall WR CHI
4.12 Steve Johnson WR BUF
5.05 DeSean Jackson WR PHI
8.12 Darrius Heyward-Bey WR OAK


Like Marshall back with Cutler. Living in CO I had the opportunity to watch them play together a ton. I see them hooking up a bunch and with GB and DET in the division they will need to score. Also really like Johnson returning to BUF, it seems kind of weird to say that, but I like his fantasy prospects there better than even if he had maybe gone to a more prolific passing team. Just think staying there will be good for his numbers. Hopefully Jackson has put the whining and what not behind him. In a best ball format he can contribute. DHB finsihed strong with Palmer and maybe he has turned the corner and can live up to that high draft pick.

2.12 Aaron Hernandez TE NE

I think he puts up similiar numbers with the possibility of a slight increase. I don't think the new additions at WR in NE will really change how NE uses him and how often he is targeted. He only trailed Gronk/Graham/Calvin/Welker in Non RB-PPG last year in this format. In this format he is worthy of this high of a pick.

Overall: Realizing it is tough to be solid at every position I went in thinking I would make RB my weak position if I had one and that I would try the quantity over quality strategy there with the extra rounds in this draft. Feel I have a top QB and TE and that my WR group should be able to hang with most in here although a couple of guys have really strong groups already. 8th round pick was the most difficult so far from a strategy perspective as there were other positions I wanted to address. However I think DHB could be a top 30 type guy this year and presents solid value. Plus the 4 teams having the next 8 picks before my next one only have 6 WR's between them so I expect a few more to go, which may allow some of the other players I was looking at to make it back to me. I doubt DHB would have, but I could be wrong.

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 02:23 PM

4.12 Steve Johnson WR BUF 8.12 Darrius Heyward-Bey WR OAK[/b]

You sniped twice..... :rant:

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Posted 10 April 2012 - 06:03 AM

First let me say it has been a pleasure drafting against some of what I consider being the best talent in the shark pool. I have never fared very well in these drafts but I always find the commentary enlightening and this is definitely a useful tool for me to guage my strategies for future drafts. Every time I thought a player might fall a few more picks or into the next round someone seemed to be snapping up that player. I can only hope that I have created some of the same frustrations for a few of you as well... :unsure:

Anyway my picks:

QB Cam Newton
RB Adrian Peterson, Shonn Greene, Jahvid Best
WR Julio Jones, Dez Bryant, Sydney Rice, Mike Williams (TB)
TE Ed Dickson


QB - I really don't think that Newton will have a sophmore slump. If anything a training camp with his offense will only help to solidify and build on what he did last year. I was not a believer before the season and even into the season I thought he was playing beyond his abilities but I am sold now (even before this draft) that he will be a fantasy bonanza for the foreseeable future.

RB - The reports have ADP ahead of his recovery schedule. I hope that means that he'll be ready for week 1 and that the Viking offense will focus around him. Not sure what to expect from Greene - the addition of Tebow could work wonders for the NYJ running game like he did for the Broncos last year or it could expose Greene as just a journeyman type RB. I really like getting Best in the 7th round. With the troubles in the Lions backfield Best will come out on top and if he remains concussion free he should have a strong season given the weapons in the Lions offense

WR - I have four young receivers in what should be high powered offenses. I like Jones to begin to be come the 1b option to White's 1a option in the Falcon's offense. It's time for Bryant to mature and become the receiver everyone predicted that he could be. Rice will finally have a QB who can throw him the ball and I like Williams to perform well now that VJax will garner most of the coverage in TB.

TE - I waited on TE (I did this in the WSL league as well). No reason other than everytime is was going to move on a TE someone beat me to the pick and to me there was better value on the board. Still I did want to get a TE who has a shot of being in the top 10 and I think Dickson could manage that in the Raven's offense. Not saying he will but if Flacco is unleashed then Dickson will have his opportunities.

Just over a third of the roster is filled in and my guess is what will separate the winners and losers in this league going forward are the picks over the next 6-8 rounds. Picking the right support players who get the chance to step in due to injury or opportunity on their NFL teams will go a long way to making or breaking a survivor league roster.

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Posted 10 April 2012 - 02:16 PM

QB - Stafford, Cassell RB - Bradshaw, Beanie WR - Jennings, MilesA,Decker, Randy Moss TE - Tamme,Olsen Gotta say that with Tamme, R.Moss and Decker. This is a risky squad, more risky than I normally like. I think Cassell where I got him was good value, even if KC drafts a guy, I think he sits this year. Bradshaw might loose a little value after the draft but IIRC the NYG take RBs they like late and nourish them.

 

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Posted 11 April 2012 - 02:12 PM

meant to ask this during the earlier draft and forgive me if this is something I should know....but I am assuming razorback and stephen are the same dude...?....I see it says "staff" next to both but was just curious cause both member names make his picks....plus I drink sometimes and that #### can mess me up when I'm try to talk crap or something....

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Posted 11 April 2012 - 02:26 PM

My cell is logged in as rzrback77, but I use the Holloway on desktop. Hope that this is not a problem. GO HOGS! WPS!!!

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Posted 11 April 2012 - 03:42 PM

My cell is logged in as rzrback77, but I use the Holloway on desktop. Hope that this is not a problem. GO HOGS! WPS!!!

never a problem....

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Posted 12 April 2012 - 05:21 AM

My cell is logged in as rzrback77, but I use the Holloway on desktop. Hope that this is not a problem. GO HOGS! WPS!!!

As long as you always wear a helmet when you ride!! :wall:

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Posted 12 April 2012 - 05:54 AM

C Palmer C Ponder W McGahee M Bush M Tolbert A Johnson D Bowe K Britt M Floyd (rk) J Witten T Moeaki Broncos Halfway home. If this was a game of risk I would have flipped the table over spilling pieces all over. Everything I plan for picks gets squashed so I end up grasping at straws. My QBs are weak at best, RBs are dependent on holdouts/trades/injury, WR has no depth. Time to :banned:
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Posted 12 April 2012 - 06:41 AM

Your WR is deeper than mine is Broadway G. I only have 3 to this point with Nicks, Colston and Little. But at this point some position has to suffer.

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Posted 12 April 2012 - 06:56 AM

QB - Stafford, Cassell RB - Bradshaw, Beanie, K.Smith WR - Jennings, MilesA,Decker, Randy Moss TE - Tamme,Olsen K- D- Atlanta :popcorn:

 

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Posted 12 April 2012 - 10:20 AM

Halfway home....

1.05 Drew Brees QB NO
9.05 Kevin Kolb QB AZ

Felt I waited long enough and needed to get something to back up Brees. AZ pick up his $7 mil without asking him to restructure, so I gotta think he is the front runner going into the season although Skelton is a threat if Kolb gets off to a bad start or sucks preseason. With the other options that were left I felt Kolb had the best chance to put up big scoring weeks.

6.12 BenJarvus Green-Ellis RB CIN
7.05 Isaac Redman RB PIT
10.12 Pierre Thomas RB NO

Wanted Gerhart with this pick as I am not sold that ADP comes back full strength and they are talking about limiting his carries even if he is healthy which I think allows Gerhart to put up some numbers as he proved he deserves touches. ADP's injury was beyond nasty. But anyway Gerhart goes 2 picks prior to mine so Thomas is my consolation prize. Had 50 receptions last year, plays hard, Brees and his teammates love him and say that they all like it better when he is on the field. Hoping they trade Ivory. Thomas should be on the field some and I am not sold that Ingram is "the guy"....Thomas may be the better football player.

3.05 Brandon Marshall WR CHI
4.12 Steve Johnson WR BUF
5.05 DeSean Jackson WR PHI
8.12 Darrius Heyward-Bey WR OAK

Has been tough to pass up some value here the last few rounds.

2.12 Aaron Hernandez TE NE

11.05 Green Bay DST
12.12 Kansas City DST


Pretty happy with these two, especially getting KC as my second. Berry comes back to a defense that played pretty well at the end last year. GB game and holding DEN to 3 points. Won't be playing a first place schedule this year but will run into Manning twice.

Overall update: Not real excited with the last 4 picks as they all felt forced. Not my best effort. Meh.

Edited by Stinkin Ref, 12 April 2012 - 10:22 AM.

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Posted 12 April 2012 - 11:36 AM

QB - Stafford, Cassell RB - Bradshaw, Beanie, K.Smith WR - Jennings, MilesA,Decker, Randy Moss TE - Tamme,Olsen K- D- Atlanta :popcorn:

Not a big fan, but maybe I should be as you always do well in these. Not a fan of Stafford in the first when Rivers/Romo are avialable in the 3rd. Cassell is almost a wasted pick. I wonder about Bradshaw's durability. Beanie worries me in this format with his lack of recpts and huge TD total from last year. Smith could turn out to be a great pick or a bunch or nothing. All of your WRs are hit and miss. Maybe OK in this format but I'll feel better about this group once you fill out the corps. Love the TEs and think you compete with this elite TEs with this tandem.

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Posted 12 April 2012 - 11:53 AM

QB - Stafford, Cassell RB - Bradshaw, Beanie, K.Smith WR - Jennings, MilesA,Decker, Randy Moss TE - Tamme,Olsen K- D- Atlanta :popcorn:

Not a big fan, but maybe I should be as you always do well in these. Not a fan of Stafford in the first when Rivers/Romo are avialable in the 3rd. Cassell is almost a wasted pick. I wonder about Bradshaw's durability. Beanie worries me in this format with his lack of recpts and huge TD total from last year. Smith could turn out to be a great pick or a bunch or nothing. All of your WRs are hit and miss. Maybe OK in this format but I'll feel better about this group once you fill out the corps. Love the TEs and think you compete with this elite TEs with this tandem.

Thanks for the input Bass, certainly if I knew Rivers & Romo would be available at the bottom of round3 I would of made a different choice, but in WSL they were not and I prefer to have a rock solid guy. RE: Matt Cassell, could be wasted pick but I highly doubt a Tannehill or Weeden et. all comes in and displaces him. I fondly remember in one of my championship season having a combo of Rivers/Brady Quinn. Well Quinn scored a surprisingly high number of weeks for my squad. something like 4 or 5 that season. The goal after you grab your stud is just get a guy that has a job. Bradshaw and Beanie are not world beaters, but I tell you right now before the draft that their competition for carries is almost 0. Sure that could change, but Im willing to have the 65% guy on those 2 teams, and my cost was low. I always go light on my RBs particularly at RB2. Kevin Smith is THE guy to own in Detroit this year, Best is this close to never playing again and Leshoure misses 4 games plus is coming off a catastrophic injury. Kevin Smith will be on alot of my teams this Fall I agree with my TE, I think Olsen is underrated and Tamme should have his old hoss throwing him the ball, the entire Bronco situation will make or break alot of teams this year. My WRs are solid, I feel that Jennings/Miles austin provide a very nice top2. especially with Lrob out of Dallas. Decker is another Bronco roll of the dice, and Randy moss as WR4 with something to prove. Again, like I said before a little higher risk than I normally like, But I'll bet on Peyton to prove Irsay wrong.

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