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The Steel

Footballguy
through several trades and key pickups, this is my starting lineup entering year 2 in a 12 team league, $100 entry:QB: Plummer (backup: Roethlisberger)RB: Priest (backup: LJ)Flex: Ahman (backup: Davenport)WR: OwensWR: HarrisonWR: Drew BennettTE: none as of now (backup: Pollard)K: VinateriD: Buffalo (backup: Steelers)for reference, last year I won with:CulpepperAhmanMichael Bennett/Warrick Dunn/Tyrone Wheatley :eek: 3 out of Drew Bennett, Lee Evans, Michael Clayton and Stokely :eek: D.GrahamVinateriTB D

 
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Redhots GM

Footballguy
Here's one for ya. It ain't mine but I've gotta play against it.....QB: Manning (Leftwich)RB: McAllister, K. Jones (Bell, Suggs, Shelton)WR: Harrison, Walker, Johnson (Burress, Ry. Williams, Calico)TE: McMichael (E. Johnson, Watson)PK: Akers (none)D: New England (Atlanta)That'll hurt ya all year long!!!!!6th year Dynasty ? (I'm a replacement)Free12 Teams

 
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-OZ-

Footballguy
Nothing good can come of this. But, WTF

QB: Culpepper (backup: Leftwich)

RB: Tomlinson (backup: both)

Flex: Ahman (backup: Davenport)

WR: Owens

WR: Harrison

WR: Keyshawn / Braylon Edwards

WR: Rod Smith / ARE

TE: Troupe / Franks

K: Nugent / Hanson

For those answering, could you please include:

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-Number of teams in the league
3rd year dynasty$35

16 teams

BTW, this is an IDP league, my defense is average, but figured I'd leave it off so as to not confuse the issue.

Team 2, arguably better:

Player YTD Pts Bye Drafted

Vermeil, **** KCC Coach - 5 9.05

Boller, Kyle BAL QB - 3 3.03

Harrington, Joey DET QB - 3 (K)

Palmer, Carson CIN QB - 10 (K)

Benson, Cedric CHI RB - 4 1.03

James, Edgerrin IND RB - 8 (K)

Jones, Kevin DET RB - 3 (K)

Pearman, Alvin JAC RB - 7 8.05

Sproles, Darren SDC RB - 10 FA

Tomlinson, Ladainian SDC RB - 10 (K)

Fitzgerald, Larry ARI WR - 6 (K)

Houshmandzadeh, T.J. CIN WR - 10 (K)

Jenkins, Michael ATL WR - 8 13.05 (K)

Johnson, Andre HOU WR - 3 (K)

Johnson, Keyshawn DAL WR - 9 (K)

McCareins, Justin NYJ WR - 8 2.05 (K)

Rogers, Charles DET WR - 3 (K)

Walker, Javon GBP WR - 6 (K)

Williams, Reggie JAC WR - 7 5.03 (K)

Clark, Dallas IND TE - 8 4.05 (K)

Witten, Jason DAL TE - 9 (K)

Hanson, Jason DET PK - 3 15.05

Ogunleye, Adewale CHI DE - 4 7.05

Schobel, Aaron BUF DE - 9 10.05

Bell, Kendrell KCC LB - 5 14.05

Lehman, Teddy DET LB - 3 5.05

Urlacher, Brian CHI LB - 4 (K)

Coleman, Erik NYJ S - 8 6.05

Kennedy, Kenoy DET S - 3 12.05

Polamalu, Troy PIT S - 4 (K)

30 Total Players

Injured Reserve

Winslow, Kellen CLE TE - 4 (K)

Free, 5th year, 12 teams.

 
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BigTex

Don't mess with Texas
My wishbone lineupQB-M. Vick, I'll be looking to draft two QBs as our roster requires 3RB-LT2, Priest/LJ (traded for Priest this summer), other options depending on match up: Portis, Rudi or the JJ ExpressWR- MossTE-Gates and Heap (traded for Gates this summer)K-KaedingDef-WashingMy run and shooting lineupQB-VickRB-LT2 or PriestWR-Moss, Horn, D. JacksonTE Gates and HeapK-KaedingDef-WashMy standard lineupQB-VickRB-LT2 and PriestWR-Moss and Horn or Jackson (depending on matchup)TE-Gates and HeapK-KaedingDef-WashA trading is pending Washing Def for Tampa Def :football:

 

ILUVBEER99

Footballguy
For those answering, could you please include:-Number of years league has been going on-How much the league entry fee is-Number of teams in the league

 

16101

Footballguy
For those answering, could you please include:

-Number of years league has been going on

-How much the league entry fee is

-Number of teams in the league
12 Team Dynasty LeagueLast year was the first season(seperate draft for Rookies and Vets)

$25 Dollars for each team

30 Man Roster

Starting Requirements: 1 QB, 2 RBs, 3WRs, 1TE, 1K, 1D/ST

Starters

QB: Michael Vick

RB1: LaDainian Tomlinson

RB2: Stephen Jackson

WR1: Randy Moss

WR2: Joe Horn

WR3: Jimmy Smith

TE: Tony Gonzalez

K: David Akers

D/ST: Eagles

Bench

QB: Jake Plummer, J.P. Losman, Matt Schaub

RB: T.J. Duckett, Eric Shelton, Troy Fleming, Arlen Harris

WR: Brandon Lloyd, Reche Caldwell, Jerome Pathon, Justin Gage, Bernard Berrian, Mark Bradley, Brandon Jones, Courtney Roby, Terrence Murphy, Jerheme Urban, D.J. Hackett

TE: L.J. Smith

K: Olindo Mare

D/ST: Redskins

Before making a deal to get Shelton, I had the same exact starters accept Marvin Harrison was starting in place of Jimmy Smith.

 
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Stealthycat

Footballguy
I'll put this one against any out there - 2nd year Dynasty, I made some very shrewd and able moves and had a great initial draft

bold = starters

1 QB Marc Bulger

2 QB Steve McNair

3 QB Billy Volek

4 RB LeBrandon Toefiled

5 RB Kevan Barlow

6 RB Lamont Jordan

7 RB Kevin Jones

8 RB Priest Holmes

9 RB Larry Johnson

10 WR Dante Stallworth

11 WR Justin McCareins

12 WR Tyrone Calico

13 WR Larry Fitzgerald

14 WR Braylon Edwards

15 TE Antonio Gates

16 TE Jason Witten

17 K Kris Brown

18 K John Kasay

19 DST Washington Redskins

20 DST Denver Broncos

 

Noahs Troopers

Footballguy
I'll put this one against any out there - 2nd year Dynasty, I made some very shrewd and able moves and had a great initial draft

bold = starters

1 QB Marc Bulger

2 QB Steve McNair

3 QB Billy Volek

4 RB LeBrandon Toefiled

5 RB Kevan Barlow

6 RB Lamont Jordan

7 RB Kevin Jones

8 RB Priest Holmes

9 RB Larry Johnson

10 WR Dante Stallworth

11 WR Justin McCareins

12 WR Tyrone Calico

13 WR Larry Fitzgerald

14 WR Braylon Edwards

15 TE Antonio Gates

16 TE Jason Witten

17 K Kris Brown

18 K John Kasay

19 DST Washington Redskins

20 DST Denver Broncos
You can put it out there against anyone if you want but this team is AVERAGE. Nice RBS, average QB and garbage WRS. That Bears in Z3 is a crazy good team.
 

Noahs Troopers

Footballguy
Heres my best team. 14 team league, starters good (with holdouts) and no depth:

McNabb, Donovan PHI QB - 6 FA

McNair, Steve TEN QB - 10 FA

Volek, Billy TEN QB - 10 FA

Alexander, Shaun SEA RB - 8 FA

McAllister, Deuce NOS RB - 10 FA

Minor, Travis MIA RB - 4 FA

Morris, Sammy MIA RB - 4 FA

Perry, Chris CIN RB - 10 FA

Wheatley, Tyrone FA RB - - FA

Bradford, Corey HOU WR - 3 FA

Caldwell, Reche SDC WR - 10 FA

Chambers, Chris MIA WR - 4 FA

Johnson, Bryant ARI WR - 6 FA

Johnson, Chad CIN WR - 10 FA

Walker, Javon GBP WR - 6 FA

Heap, Todd BAL TE - 3 FA

Johnson, Teyo OAK TE - 5 FA

Jones, Freddie CAR TE - 7 FA

Cundiff, Billy DAL PK - 9 FA

Vinatieri, Adam NEP PK - 7 FA

Steelers, Pittsburgh PIT Def - 4 FA

21 Total Players

 
Maybe not quite as good as some other here, but here are my rosters from 2 Zealots leagues. Only won 3 games last year with the first roster, so maybe its not as good as i thought. :wall:

Z2

Player YTD Pts Bye

Frye, Charlie CLE QB - 4

Hasselbeck, Matt SEA QB - 8

Losman, J.P. BUF QB - 9

Manning, Eli NYG QB - 5

McCown, Josh ARI QB - 6

Wallace, Seneca SEA QB - 8

Walter, Andrew OAK QB - 5

Benson, Cedric CHI RB - 4

Brown, Ronnie MIA RB - 4

Carter, Kerry SEA RB - 8

Clarett, Maurice DEN RB - 9

Davenport, Najeh GBP RB - 6

Davis, Domanick HOU RB - 3

Hollings, Tony HOU RB - 3

Johnson, Rudi CIN RB - 10

Jones, Kevin DET RB - 3

McAllister, Deuce NOS RB - 10

Perry, Chris CIN RB - 10

Shipp, Marcel ARI RB - 6

Burress, Plaxico NYG WR - 5

Jackson, Vincent SDC WR - 10

Johnson, Andre HOU WR - 3

Johnson, Chad CIN WR - 10

Johnson, Kevin DET WR - 3

Lloyd, Brandon SFO WR - 6

Moss, Santana WAS WR - 3

Parrish, Roscoe BUF WR - 9

Smith, Steve CAR WR - 7

Washington, Kelley CIN WR - 10

Johnson, Eric SFO TE - 6

Kleinsasser, Jim MIN TE - 5

Smith, Alex TBB TE - 7

Witten, Jason DAL TE - 9

Brown, Josh SEA PK - 8

Kaeding, Nate SDC PK - 10

Cody, Shaun DET DT - 3

Coleman, Rod ATL DT - 8

Howard, Darren NOS DE - 10

Seymour, Richard NEP DE - 7

Briggs, Lance CHI LB - 4

Bulluck, Keith TEN LB - 10

Claiborne, Chris STL LB - 9

Henderson, E.J. MIN LB - 5

Johnson, Landon CIN LB - 10

Lehman, Teddy DET LB - 3

Smith, Daryl JAC LB - 7

Watson, Courtney NOS LB - 10

Wilson, Al DEN LB - 9

Tillman, Charles CHI CB - 4

Atogwe, Oshiomogho STL S - 9

Collins, Nick GBP S - 6

Parrish, Tony SFO S - 6

Rhodes, Kerry NYJ S - 8

Scott, Bryan ATL S - 8

Taylor, Sean WAS S - 3

Williams, Tank TEN S - 10

56 Total Players

Z5

Player YTD Pts Bye

Delhomme, Jake CAR QB - 7

Hasselbeck, Matt SEA QB - 8

Plummer, Jake DEN QB - 9

Ramsey, Patrick WAS QB - 3

Wallace, Seneca SEA QB - 8

Arrington, J.J. ARI RB - 6

Carter, Kerry SEA RB - 8

Droughns, Reuben CLE RB - 4

Gordon, Lamar MIA RB - 4

Griffin, Quentin DEN RB - 9

Haynes, Verron PIT RB - 4

Jones, Kevin DET RB - 3

Lee, Reshard BUF RB - 9

McGahee, Willis BUF RB - 9

Morris, Maurice SEA RB - 8

Pinner, Artose DET RB - 3

Shipp, Marcel ARI RB - 6

Suggs, Lee CLE RB - 4

Westbrook, Brian PHI RB - 6

Williams, Carnell TBB RB - 7

Burress, Plaxico NYG WR - 5

Coles, Laveranues NYJ WR - 8

Evans, Lee BUF WR - 9

Fitzgerald, Larry ARI WR - 6

Hamilton, Derrick SFO WR - 6

Johnson, Bethel NEP WR - 7

Lloyd, Brandon SFO WR - 6

Smith, Rod DEN WR - 9

Williams, Roy DET WR - 3

Jones, Freddie CAR TE - 7

Kleinsasser, Jim MIN TE - 5

Witten, Jason DAL TE - 9

Brown, Josh SEA PK - 8

Kasay, John CAR PK - 7

Howard, Darren NOS DE - 10

Kerney, Patrick ATL DE - 8

Peppers, Julius CAR DE - 7

Seymour, Richard NEP DE - 7

Barnett, Nick GBP LB - 6

Brooks, Derrick TBB LB - 7

Brown, Chad NEP LB - 7

Gold, Ian DEN LB - 9

Morrison, Kirk OAK LB - 5

Simmons, Brian CIN LB - 10

Smith, Derek m SFO LB - 6

Thomas, Dontarrious MIN LB - 5

Williams, D.J. DEN LB - 9

Clements, Nate BUF CB - 9

McGee, Terrence BUF CB - 9

Earl, Glenn HOU S - 3

Rhodes, Kerry NYJ S - 8

Sanders, Bob IND S - 8

Taylor, Sean WAS S - 3

Williams, Tank TEN S - 10

54 Total Players

 

JetMaxx

Footballguy
I think I have you beat with:QB: P. ManningE. ManningRB:P. HolmesL. JohnsonA. GreenD. McAllisterS. JacksonT. BellC. BrownWR:R. MossC. JohnsonH. WardJ. HornM. ClaytonTE:T. GonzalezJ. WittenPK:Does it really matter??

 

nerangers

Footballguy
I am still building mine! it is a small 8 team league, but fun (we like eight because you get one home and one away game against every team - might be moving to double headers soon). The league is going into it's 11th year. I joined in 2001 taking over a one year expansion team (good year for rookies!)

Starting requirements: 2 QB, 2 RB 4 WR, 1 TE, 2 K, 2 Def, 1 Flex

QB – Manning, Vick, Harrington

RB – Tomlinson, Henry, McAllister, S Jackson

WR – C Rogers, Mason, J Porter, Driver, P Price, B Lloyd

TE – Shockey, Winslow

K – Elam, Vanderjact, Brien

Def – Eagles, Steelers, Seahawks

Here is the full history of my team (drafts, trades, permanent swaps) Team History

 
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EBF

Footballguy
I've built this one over the past 2+ years:

QB - Roethlisberger

RB - McAllister

RB - K. Jones

RB/WR - J. Jones

WR - C. Johnson

WR - Boldin

TE - Crumpler

PK - Feely

DEF - Bills

Bench:

Brett Favre

Aaron Rodgers

David Carr

Steve McNair

Adrian McPherson

Drew Henson

Lee Suggs

William Green

Justin Fargas

Tony Hollings

Charles Rogers

Lee Evans

Chris Henry

Antonio Bryant

Quincy Morgan

Ben Troupe

Daniel Graham

Minnesota D

This is probably my best dynasty team. I have a balance of proven talent, elite youngsters, and promising projects at every position.

At QB I have the top young passer in the NFL (Roethlisberger). I have three veteran startes (Carr, Favre, McNair). I have three nice projects for the future (Rodgers, McPherson, Henson).

At RB I have two of my top five dynasty backs (K. Jones and McAllister). I have another top 20 dynasty back (J. Jones) and fourth potential starter (Suggs). I have a promising project (Fargas).

At WR I have two top 15 dynasty wideouts (C. Johnson and Boldin). I have another two youngsters with elite skills (Evans and Rogers). I have a decent veteran in Antonio Bryant. I have a promising project (Henry).

I have a top 5-6 dynasty TE (Crumpler). I have a promising backup (Troupe).

This isn't a perfect team. I could use another good RB and a better short term starter at QB. However, I think this is an excellent overall squad. The first few seasons were rough, but I'm very happy with what I have.

 

dynastyguru32

Footballguy
12 team Dynasty League going on 6th year at $40.00 entry Fee. This is top team in league.Bulger, PalmerLT2, Portis, Cmart, L. Jordan, L. JohnsonDJax, C.JOhnson, J . Walker, l. Evans, M. Clayton, T. CalicoGonzo, CrumplerWilkins

 
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mashedbananas

Footballguy
10 Team Dynasty 4th year $60 entry (plus $3 per loss)QB: Brooks (backups Palmer, Griese, Losman)RB: McAllister, Portis (backups L. Jordan, Arrington, A-Train, B. Jacobs, C. Houston)WR: Horn, Boldin, R. Wayne (backups Mason, Moulds)TE: GonzalezPK: VanderjagtDef: Ravens (backup Cincinnati)

 

Fruitbat

Footballguy
Last year was our leagues 11th year, 12 teams, no entry fee (only pride on the line). its not a true dynasty, but we essentially protect 14 of our 22 players each year. 4 teams make the playoffs...I missed the playoff with this lineup (notable backups in parens)D. CulpepperL. Tomlinson, C. Martin (K. Jones, C. Dillon)C. Johnson, J. Horn, C. ChambersR. McMichaelN. KaedingB. Ravensif Kaeding doesnt miss a FG week 14 (or Elam misses one of his) I make the playoffs and win it all. arggghgh.Sorry had to vent.

 

mike11162

Footballguy
I'd put my dynasty team up against it, but there's another team in my dynasty league that's probably even better. I'll give mine first than the other team. Starting requirements; 1 QB, 1 RB, 1 RB/WR flex, 2 WRs, 1 WR/TE flex, 1 TE, 1 PK, 1 DT. 12 team league, 3rd season.My team:QB...McNabb (Brooks and Big Ben behind him)RB...Shaun and Priest (Lee Suggs and whoever I get with rookie pick 1.03 behind them)WR...Javon Walker, Lee Evans, Charles Rogers (McCareins, McCardell, Reggie Williams, Clarence Moore and whatever rookie I get at 1.06 behind them)TE...Eric Johnson (had Witten, but traded him for Eric, McCardell and a 1st round rookie pick next season; might target Heath Miller with rookie pick 2.01)PK...AkersDT...Bucs, Jets or LionsOther team (preseason favorite IMO):QB...Kerry Collins (Pennington behind him)RB...Ahman Green, Dom Davis (Julius Jones and Dunn behind them)WR...Chad Johnson, Darrell Jackson, Reggie Wayne (Chambers, Calico, Toomer and Lloyd behind them)TE...Chris Cooley (Freddie Jones behind him)PK...KasayDT...Seahawks or Coltsowns rookie pick 1.09Down the road, with 2 top 6 picks and 3 of the top 13 in this year's rookie draft and 2 first rounders and 2 second rounders in next year's rookie draft, my team has the potential to dominate. But right now the other team is probably better, especially depth wise.

 

Tarkin

Grand Moff
Initial draft in 2002 with SIXTEEN teams. Went 16-1 last season with this squad:QB:D. Culpepper (trade for McNabb & M. Robinson in 2002)C. Palmer (trade for K. Winslow after 2004 draft)J. Kitna (trade for some backup RB in 2003)RB:C. Portis (trade for 2005 1st, 2006 2nd, M. Moore, O. Smith, J. Harrington in 2004)L. Johnson (drafted in 2003)C. Brown (drafted in 2003)K. Barlow (drafted in in 2002)WR:R. Moss (trade for L. Jordan in 2002... yes, the owner is still pissed)C. Johnson (drafted in 2002)L. Fitzgerald (drafted in 2004)S. Smith (FA pickup in 2002)T. Calico (drafted in 2003)B. Lloyd (drafted in 2003)TE:R. McMichael (drafted in 2002)K:S. Graham (FA pickup in 2004)J. Hanson (trade for DET DT)DT:Chiefs (drafted in 2002)Falcons (drafted in 2002)Note that I have traded away the following for players in 2002 and 2003 for future draft picks:Tiki BarberTony GonzalezDeion BranchWhat sucks is that we went to 14 teams in the offseason and cut our roster sizes this year, so the rest of the field will catch up to me a bit. The two teams that left had their player re-entered into the draft pool. Here is my 2005 draft:Cedric Benson #4Cowboys DT #25Frank Gore #29Maurice Clarett #33Vernand Morency #43Chis Cooley #63 (traded away William Green for this 5th round pick)If you are wondering how these players dropped, here are the players that were left from the teams that departed:A. GreenD. FosterM. BulgerD. BreesR. WayneT. BellJ. PorterT. HeapA. CrumplerK. BollerBucs DTP. RiversB. GrieseS. MossD. DriverD. ClarkA. LelieL. SuggsS. DavisE. KennisonD. RhodesI. HilliardKey. Johnson

 

coachjim

Footballguy
With the following team I went 15-1 in 2003 and with a few minor changes I have won the last theee years.Wolfpack Player YTD Pts Bye Falcons, Atlanta ATL TMQB 117 8 Seahawks, Seattle SEA TMQB 222 4 Foster, De'shaun CAR RB 29 3 Green, Ahman GBP RB 212 8 Holmes, Priest KCC RB 231 9 Portis, Clinton WAS RB 159 8 Williams, Ricky MIA RB 115 4 Booker, Marty CHI WR 51 3 Bruce, Isaac STL WR 63 5 Moulds, Eric BUF WR 31 9 Smith, Steve CAR WR 91 3 Toomer, Amani NYG WR 71 4 Miller, Billy HOU TE 25 5 Sharpe, Shannon DEN TE 70 10 Carney, John NOS PK 106 10 Edinger, Paul CHI PK 116 3 Patriots, New England NEP Def 247 10 Rams, St. Louis STL Def

 
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MelvinTScupper

Guest
I don't know why I should be impressed with these teams. None of these leagues have been around very long, so either a bunch of people dumped and/or quit, or you play with idiots.

 

King of the Jungle

Footballguy
drum roll please......QUARTERBACKSMarc BulgerCarson PalmerBen RoethlisbergerEli ManningRUNNING BACKSKevin JonesWillis McGaheeJulius JonesRueben DroughnsMichael TurnerCedric CobbsWIDE RECEIVERChad JohnsonJavon WalkerAndre JohnsonLarry FitzgeraldCharlie RogersMichael JenkinsKICKERSeabassDEFENSEBuffalo*****Going into 5th seasonChanged from 10 to 12 teams after 2nd season$10 fee and increasing each year6pts for all tds1 pt per 10 yds (all pos)1 pt per rec(1qb 1rb 3wr 1flex 1k 1d)

 

Tarkin

Grand Moff
I don't know why I should be impressed with these teams. None of these leagues have been around very long, so either a bunch of people dumped and/or quit, or you play with idiots.
Hm... check my team. It took me three seasons to finally make the playoffs with the original 16 owners. I mapped out how I got there :boxing:
 
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MelvinTScupper

Guest
I don't know why I should be impressed with these teams.  None of these leagues have been around very long, so either a bunch of people dumped and/or quit, or you play with idiots.
Hm... check my team. It took me three seasons to finally make the playoffs with the original 16 owners. I mapped out how I got there :boxing:
Right, I see you traded Lamont Jordan for Randy Moss.See, your opponent fits under that last criterion I mentioned.

 
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FightingWombat

Guest
I haven't assembled one that good but I'm sure Rob Z has... ;)

 

16101

Footballguy
I don't know why I should be impressed with these teams.  None of these leagues have been around very long, so either a bunch of people dumped and/or quit, or you play with idiots.
Or maybe we're just better than you. :yes:
 
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-OZ-

Footballguy
I don't know why I should be impressed with these teams. None of these leagues have been around very long, so either a bunch of people dumped and/or quit, or you play with idiots.
For my 2nd team, the league started in 2000. The only players that have played longer out of my starters are Edge and Keyshawn. Player YTD Pts Bye Drafted

Vermeil, **** KCC Coach - 5 9.05

Boller, Kyle BAL QB - 3 3.03

Harrington, Joey DET QB - 3 (K)

Palmer, Carson CIN QB - 10 (K)

Benson, Cedric CHI RB - 4 1.03

James, Edgerrin IND RB - 8 (K)

Jones, Kevin DET RB - 3 (K)

Pearman, Alvin JAC RB - 7 8.05

Sproles, Darren SDC RB - 10 FA

Tomlinson, Ladainian SDC RB - 10 (K)

Fitzgerald, Larry ARI WR - 6 (K)

Houshmandzadeh, T.J. CIN WR - 10 (K)

Jenkins, Michael ATL WR - 8 13.05 (K)

Johnson, Andre HOU WR - 3 (K)

Johnson, Keyshawn DAL WR - 9 (K)

McCareins, Justin NYJ WR - 8 2.05 (K)

Rogers, Charles DET WR - 3 (K)

Walker, Javon GBP WR - 6 (K)

Williams, Reggie JAC WR - 7 5.03 (K)

Clark, Dallas IND TE - 8 4.05 (K)

Witten, Jason DAL TE - 9 (K)

Hanson, Jason DET PK - 3 15.05

Ogunleye, Adewale CHI DE - 4 7.05

Schobel, Aaron BUF DE - 9 10.05

Bell, Kendrell KCC LB - 5 14.05

Lehman, Teddy DET LB - 3 5.05

Urlacher, Brian CHI LB - 4 (K)

Coleman, Erik NYJ S - 8 6.05

Kennedy, Kenoy DET S - 3 12.05

Polamalu, Troy PIT S - 4 (K)

30 Total Players

Injured Reserve

Winslow, Kellen CLE TE - 4 (K)

Now, this may not be the most dominant team ever (I didn't even make the playoffs last year) but it looks dang good right now.

 

cracKer

Shawn Culcasi
For those answering, could you please include:

-Number of years league has been going on

-How much the league entry fee is

-Number of teams in the league
A complete listing of all league rosters would also be helpfull.TIA

 

16101

Footballguy
For those answering, could you please include:

-Number of years league has been going on

-How much the league entry fee is

-Number of teams in the league
A complete listing of all league rosters would also be helpfull.TIA
*I just traded Joe Horn and My 1st Round '06 Pick for Julius Jones. That's why my roster is different than it was a few hours ago.*My team is "The Eagle Has Landed".

Carolina Cartel

Starters

QB - Daunte Culpepper

RB1 - Deuce McAllister

RB2 - Tatum Bell

WR1 - Nate Burleson

WR2 - Chris Chambers

WR3 - Isaac Bruce

TE - Alge Crumpler

K - Shayne Graham

D/ST - Ravens

Bench

QB - Kyle Boller; Brad Johnson; Jason Campell

RB - Duce Staley; Mike Anderson/Quentin Griffin; Frank Gore; Vernand Morency; Aaron Stecker/Antowain Smith; Dee Brown; DeAndra Cobb

WR - Brandon Stokely; Deion Branch; Arnaz Battle; Travis Taylor; Reggie Brown; Larry Brackens

TE - Courtney Anderson

K - N/A

D/ST - N/A

Fallen Heroes

Starters

QB - Peyton Manning

RB1 - Brian Westbrook

RB2 - Michael Bennett

WR1 - Terrell Owens

WR2 - Justin McCariens

WR3 - Todd Pinkston

TE - Freddie Jones

K - Lawrence Tynes

D/ST - Steelers

Bench

QB - Drew Brees; Rohan Davey; Adrian McPherson

RB - Fred Taylor/LeBrandon Toefield/Alvin Pearman; Mewelde Moore/Ciatrick Fason; Kevin Faulk; Ryan Moats; Ron Dayne; Verron Haynes

WR - David Patten; Doug Gabriel; Greg Lewis; Taylor Jacobs; Jamaar Taylor; Craphonso Thorpe

TE - Daniel Graham; Kris Wilson

K - Jeff Reed

D/ST - N/A

DBF2004

Starters

QB - Aaron Brooks

RB1 - Corey Dillon

RB2 - Warrick Dunn

WR1 - Javon Walker

WR2 - Reggie Wayne

WR3 - Antonio Bryant

TE - Eric Johnson

K - Sebastian Janikowski

D/ST - Bengals

Bench

QB - Ben Roethlisberger; Kurt Warner; Kelly Holcomb

RB - J.J. Arrington; Michael Pittman; Justin Fargas; Kenny Watson; Jammal Lord

WR - Ashley Lelie; Keary Colbert; Braylon Edwards; Troy Williamson; Kevin Curtis; Dane Looker; Carlos Francis; Joe Jurevicius; Ike Hilliard; Tim Dwight

TE- Jeb Putzier

K - John Carney

D/ST - Texans

Horsemen

Starters

QB - Brett Favre

RB1 - Shaun Alexander

RB2 - Clinton Portis

WR1 - Muhsin Muhammad

WR2 - Donald Driver

WR3 - Marcus Robinson

TE - Jermaine Wiggins

K - Adam Vinatieri

D/ST - Buccaneers

Bench

QB - Joey Harrington/Jeff Garcia; Aaron Rodgers; Charlie Frye

RB - Jamal Lewis; Marion Barber III; Maurice Morris; Ladell Betts; Musa Smith; Maurice Clarrett; Troy Hambrick

WR - Antwaan Randle-El; Amani Toomer; Cedrick Wilson; Andre' Davis; Koren Robinson; Quincy Morgan; Kelley Washington; Vincent Jackson

TE - Ben Watson

K - Paul Edinger

D/ST - N/A

Jwood

Starters

QB - Chad Pennington

RB1 - Ahman Green

RB2 - Kevin Jones

WR1 - Darrell Jackson

WR2 - Eric Moulds

WR3 - Rod Smith

TE - Jeremy Shockey

K - Phil Dawson

D/ST - Jaguars

Bench

QB - Carson Palmer; Tim Rattay; Chris Simms

RB - Chris Brown; Ricky Williams; Tony Fisher; Shawn Bryson

WR - Larry Fitzgerald; Rod Gardner; Az-Zahir Hakim; Johnnie Morton; Darius Watts; Kassim Osgood: Roydell Williams

TE - Doug Jolley; Itula Mili; Bo Scaife

K - Matt Stover

D/ST - Falcons

The Whizzinators

Starters

QB - Trent Green

RB1 - Rudi Johnson

RB2 - Kevan Barlow

WR1 - Drew Bennett

WR2 - Lee Evans

WR3 - Keyshawn Johnson

TE - Randy McMichael

K - Mike Vanderjagt

D/ST - New York Jets

Bench

QB - Eli Manning, Philip Rivers, Trent Dilfer, Kyle Orton

RB - Chris Perry, Maurice Hicks, Artose Pinner, Michael Turner, Anthony Davis, Onterrio Smith

WR - Reggie Williams, Rashaun Woods, Peerless Price, Devery Henderson, Fred Gibson, Jerome Mathis, JR Russell

TE - Ben Troupe, Marcus Pollard

K - N/A

D/ST - Detroit Lions

Sapphic Kind

Starters

QB - Matt Hasselbeck

RB1 - Willis MaGahee

RB2 - Dominick Davis

WR1 - Michael Clayton

WR2 - Laveranues Coles

WR3 - Anquan Boldin

TE - Chris Cooley

K - Josh Brown

D/ST - Panthers

Bench

QB - David Carr; A.J. Feeley

RB - Carnell Williams; Moe Williams; Willie Parker; Darren Sproles

WR - Mike Williams; Marty Booker; Charles Rogers; David Boston; Robert Ferguson; Samie Parker; Jabar Gaffney; Bryant Johnson; Dennis Nirthcutt; Clarence Moore; Bobby Wade

TE - Boo Williams; Alex Smith; Kellen Winslow

K - N/A

D/ST - Vikings

Return of the Trojan

Starters

QB - Donovan McNabb

RB1 - Priest Holmes

RB2 - Edgerrin James

WR1 - Marvin Harrison

WR2 - Torry Holt

WR3 - Bobby Engram

TE - Dallas Clark

K - Jeff Wilkins

D/ST - Packers

Bench

QB - Drew Bledsoe/Drew Henson; Koy Detmer; Quincy Carter

RB - Marshall Faulk; Jesse Chatman; Jamel White; James Mungro

WR - Joey Galloway; Corey Bradford; Peter Warrick; Michael Jenkins; Dante Hall; Ernest Wilford; Marc Boerigtor; Patrick Crayton; Roscoe Parrish

TE - Jeremy Stevens

K- John Kasay

D/ST - Colts

Shox

Starters

QB - Tom Brady

RB1 - Cedric Benson

RB2 - Jerome Bettis

WR1 - Chad Johnson

WR2 - Roy Williams

WR3 - Steve Smith

TE - Antonio Gates

K - Jason Hanson

D/ST - Patriots

Bench

QB - Jake Delhomme; Rex Grossman; Alex Smith; Patrick Ramsey

RB - Thomas Jones; Anthony Thomas; Chester Taylor; Nick Goings; Marcell Shipp; James Jackson; Dominic Rhodes; Jarrett Payton

WR - T.J. Houshmandzadeh; Eddie Kennison; Tyrone Calico; Ronald Curry; Matt Jones; Jerricho Cotchery; P.K. Sam; Chris Henry

TE - N/A

K - N/A

D/ST - Chiefs

Shugar's Squad

Starters

QB - Kerry Collins

RB1 - Tiki Barber

RB2 - LaMont Jordan

WR1 - Andre Johnson

WR2 - Hines Ward

WR3 - Derrick Mason

TE - Jason Witten

K - Ryan Longwell

D/ST - Packers

Bench

QB - Steve McNair/Billy Volek; Byron Leftwich; David Garrard; Josh McCown

RB - Ronnie Brown; Travis Henry; Najeh Davenport; Charlie Garner; Correll Buckhalter; Brandon Jacobs; Larry Johnson; Cedric Cobbs; Greg Jones

WR - Keenan McCardell; Mark Clayton; Eric Parker; Freddie Mitchell; Roddy White

TE - Heath Miller

K - N/A

D/ST - N/A

The Eagle Has Landed

Starters

QB - Michael Vick

RB1 - LaDainian Tomlinson

RB2 - Stephen Jackson

WR1 - Randy Moss

WR2 - Jimmy Smith

WR3 - Brandon Lloyd

TE - Tony Gonzalez

K - David Akers

D/ST - Eagles

Bench

QB - Jake Plummer; J.P. Losman; Matt Schaub

RB - Julius Jones; T.J. Duckett; Eric Shelton; Troy Fleming; Arlen Harris

WR - Reche Caldwell; Jerome Pathon; Justin Gage; Bernard Berrian; Brandon Jacobs; Mark Bradley; Courtney Roby; Terrence Murphy; Jerheme Urban; D.J. Hackett

TE - L.J. Smith

K - Olindo Mare

D/ST - Redskins

Singman

Starters

QB - Marc Bulger

RB1 - Curtis Martin

RB2 - Deshaun Foster

WR1 - Joe Horn

WR2 - Isaac Bruce

WR3 - Jerry Porter

TE - Todd Heap

K - Jason Elam

D/ST - Bills

Bench

QB - Brian Griese; Gus Frerotte; Chris Chandler; Andrew Walter

RB - Lee Suggs/Reuben Droughns/William Green; Stephen Davis; Derrick Blaylock/Cedric Houston; Damien Nash; Eddie George

WR - Plaxico Burress; Terry Glenn; Donte' Stallworth; David Givens; David Terrell; Shaun McDonald; Kevin Johnson

TE - Bubba Franks

K - Nate Kaeding; Mike Nugent; Joe Nedney

D/ST - Giants

 
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Tip Top

Footballguy
6th year dynasty. 10 teams. $50 entry.QB - Manning, Delhomme, McNairRB - Tomlinson, Alexander, Portis, McGahee, GoreWR - Owens, Harrison, Holt, Walker, JacksonTE - Heap, Witten, JohnsonK - Vanderjagt, ElamD - Ravens, Bengals

 

Spike

Footballguy
:unsure: This is the circlejerk thread.There is no way some of these teams aren't here unless:1. The rest of the teams in the league are pinheads.2. There isn't serious collusion going on.3. See #1.
 

rgabbard

Footballguy
:unsure:

This is the circlejerk thread.

There is no way some of these teams aren't here unless:

1. The rest of the teams in the league are pinheads.

2. There isn't serious collusion going on.

3. See #1.
Actually, if these were redraft leagues, I'd agree...but it's possible to build a powerhouse team in a dynasty league. Heck, Manning wasn't going until the 3rd round in most Zealot leagues last year...Now he's going as high as top 5.I went back and looked at where Gates went in our draft in a startup dynasty draft back in Feb 2004....18th round & 11th TE taken.

Oh, and it wasn't me who took him either. :wall:

 

furman

Footballguy
4th year dynasty w/salary cap, just expanded to 14 teams, freeQB: Hasselbeck, Pennington, Losman, VolekRB: LT, Deuce, PortisWR: C Johnson, J Walker, McCardell, Watts, BMW, V JacksonTE: Alge, B WatsonK: Akers, J Brown, NugentD: Jets

 

BooBandits

Footballguy
I've belonged to Eight Is Enough Fantasy Football League (EIEFFL) since 1991. The league was founded in 1978, one of the earliest FF leagues ever. It's considered a keeper league, but since we can freeze up to 10 players each year and keep them as long as you please, it's really a dynasty type situation. We play 17 weeks, head to head, no playoffs. That way the real best team wins, no sudden death playoffs that let a team leap frog up.ASSESSMENTS:· $115 deposit ($15 for software and labels not refundable) due August 19th· $50 initial draft· $5 for trades (each owner)· $5 quarterly drafts· $3 for each player drafted in the quarterly draft· $5 for each player frozen beyond the basic roster of 16 (max – 23)· $20 and $25 for weekly losses and lowest game (when 2 or more tie for lowest game of the week they each will pay the $25)· $50 for the lowest game of the year (ties result in each owner paying the full amount)· $50 for most low games during the season (ties result in each owner paying full amount)PAYOFF CONFIGURATION: The following amounts will come from weekly losses and initial draft 1st place $925 2nd place $505 3rd place $345The following side pool payoffs will be funded by the quarterly drafts, trades, most low games, and lowest game of the year and roster expansions.Most total points of season 1/3Highest game of the season 1/3Longest TD of the season 1/3=======================================It took me several years to catch on how to make this work against strong players, but I've finished first 4 out of the last 5 years. Here is my team. I'll freeze ten and try to trade Barber for the best draft pick I can get.QBPeyton Manning (obtained in trade his rookie year)Daunte Cullpepper (drafted as a rookie in the 11th round)RBShaun Alexander (drafted in his rookie year)Deuce McAllister ( drafted in his rookie year)Lamont Jordan (picked up late last year in quarterly draft)Tiki Barber (trade bait for draft pick this year)WR/TERandy Moss (traded Ahman Green and Holt for him + draft pick)Marvin Harrison (drafted in his rookie year)Terrell Owens (drafted in his rookie year, traded away and then back)Michael Clayton (drafted in his rookie year)Antonio Gates (picked him up in a quarterly draft)Place kickers and defenses are a crap shoot every year, but I manage to get one of the top 5 in each of these positions.

 

Loopdog

Footballguy
i dont know what you consider dynasty but im in a 12 team, 7 player per year keeper leaguehere's my projected 7 keepers going into this seasoni've had the team since 2001 and made some pretty decent deals i'd sayQB - Vick (cutting Leftwich)RB - Tomlinson, Deuce, Steven Jackson, Tatum Bell (cutting William Green )WR - Steve Smith, Chad Johnson ( cutting Charles Rogers, Chris Chambers, Antonio Bryant, Eric Moulds )TE - Had Gonzalez, traded him last year for a 1st rounder this yearK - (cutting Longwell)I have 3 first round picks in the rookie/free agent draft this year, 5, 6, and 7we dont allow pickups during the season, you go with what you draft unless you cant field a team due to injury, then you can pick up free agents to fill in the weeksbeen to the championship game once and lost thanks to a 60 point week from clinton portis in 02been to the playoffs every year but i get bounced due to back luck/hotter team$100 per team12 teamsthis will be my 5th season in the league

 
All I know is that some of you must play with some total MORONS. I don't care how good you think you are, some of those rosters are built off of the stupidity of your league mates! AMAZING. I Could get Rich off Fantasy football if i played in leagues with people that stupid!

 

John 14:6

Jesus is Lord!
I commish a 12 team dynasty league, $25 entry fee (though both may change this year). Someone else put together the following team and has only lost one game the last two years, leading the league in scoring both years.Standard scoring, start 1 QB, 2RB, 3 WR, 1 KI, 1 DTQB CulpepperRB Priest Holmes and Larry Johnson, Shaun Alexander, Kevin Jones, Willis McGaheeWR Marvin Harrison, Chad Johnson, Coles, Michael Clayton, Roy WilliamsKI WilkinsDT RavensA few people made horrible trades with him several times. Some just don't understand the value of a high 1st round pick. The most recent deal was someone trading Chad Johnson and 1.2 (or 1.3?) to him for Ashley Lelie and Donte Stallworth last year.We had three owners quit last year because they got sick of everyone doing dumb trades with him. I'm instilling a salary cap this year for keepers. We had trade voting our first year but people hated it.

 

EBF

Footballguy
All I know is that some of you must play with some total MORONS. I don't care how good you think you are, some of those rosters are built off of the stupidity of your league mates! AMAZING. I Could get Rich off Fantasy football if i played in leagues with people that stupid!
The beauty of dynasty is that you can craft a great team if you're patient and you make good decisions. I think the team I posted above is very nice. That doesn't mean my league mates are dumb or that that the league is soft. Here is a list of my best players broken down by how I acquired them. This is a 12 team league. The initial draft took place after the 2003 NFL draft. Initial Draft

Deuce McAllister (1.04)

Charles Rogers (4.03)

Chad Johnson (5.01)

Anquan Boldin (22.09)

Rookie Draft

Kevin Jones (2004 1.01 - traded 1.04 and 1.10 for this pick)

Lee Evans (2004 2.01 - traded Rudi Johnson (waiver pickup) for this pick)

Trades

Ben Roethlisberger (2005 offseason - traded Chris Brown and Drew Bennett for Big Ben. I took Brown at 9.04 in the initial draft and Bennett at 12.09)

Alge Crumpler (2005 offseason - traded rookie 1.04 and Tyrone Calico for rookie 1.08 and Crumpler. Calico was my 14.09 pick in the initial draft)

Julius Jones (2004 midseason - for Jake Delhomme. This was when JJ was hurt and in the doghouse. Delhomme was my 16.09 pick in the initial draft)

That's it. Building a good team is not about stupidity. It's about being crafty and taking smart risks. You'll notice that I was able to turn many of my initial draft picks into value. Calico, C. Brown, Delhomme, Bennett, and other guys like Santana Moss (10.09 in initial draft) are no longer with my squad, but they allowed me to acquire Roethlisberger, J. Jones, Crumpler, and Q. Morgan (who has since busted). I also found Boldin late in the draft and was able to get some value for other late picks like Taylor Jacobs and Todd Bouman.

Again, it's not about stupidity. It's about knowing when to push your assets and knowing who to push for.

Julius Jones is a great example. I got him for Jake Delhomme last year when he was hurt. On the surface that might look like robbery, but it was just a matter of being crafty. The JJ owner was doing well (without JJ) and needed QB help. Delhomme was playing well. My team was not. I saw an opportunity to take a gamble on a future talent by losing a player that I didn't need. So far it's worked out great. For the record, the Delhomme owner ended up in the playoffs, so he didn't do too bad either.

Building a great dynasty team requires a keen sense of value and a good ability to pluck winners from the rookie draft. This past offseason I dealt Drew Bennett and Chris Brown for Ben Roethlisberger. It sounded like a horrible deal at the time, but I didn't need Brown or Bennett and I thought (and still think) that Roethlisberger is a once-a-decade QB. I pulled the trigger on the deal. It's too early to say who won, but Brown's value has already dropped. I suspect that five years down the road I may look like the clear winner here.

If you can consistently sell high and buy low then you're going to separate yourself from your leaguemates very quickly. The key is knowing who's for real and who's not. If you can accurately judge players then you can make the moves necessary to trim the fat and trade it for budding stars.

Right now there are guys who are grossly overrated and underrated. It doesn't matter if your league is full of "sharks." I can guarantee that they're still making a bunch of bad picks and value judgements. If you can take advantage of that then you're going to do well. Eventually you might end up with the dream dynasty team. That's my goal. One day I want to have a squad that's equivalent in value to something like this:

QB - Manning

RB - Tomlinson

RB - McAllister

RB/WR - Alexander

WR - Moss

WR - Owens

TE - Gonzalez

Will I ever get there? I don't know, but I seem to come closer each year. That's what's great about dynasty. You can really build a monster squad. It adds a ton of challenge and it's probably the only reason why I keep playing.

 

JohnnyU

Footballguy
Here's one for ya. It ain't mine but I've gotta play against it.....

QB: Manning (Leftwich)

RB: McAllister, K. Jones (Bell, Suggs, Shelton)

WR: Harrison, Walker, Johnson (Burress, Ry. Williams, Calico)

TE: McMichael (E. Johnson, Watson)

PK: Akers (none)

D: New England (Atlanta)

That'll hurt ya all year long!!!!!

6th year Dynasty ? (I'm a replacement)

Free

12 Teams
That would be my team :D You forgot Larry Johnson.Actually, this will be the 4th year.

Take a look at the initial drafs in 2002, both veteran and rookie. Portis went in the 2nd rd in the initial rookie draft. When the league was first created, stats were done manually and posted at this site. My team was 59 Colts at the time.

Take a look, it should be entertaining.

Here

 
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Arm Chair Express

Footballguy
All I know is that some of you must play with some total MORONS. I don't care how good you think you are, some of those rosters are built off of the stupidity of your league mates! AMAZING. I Could get Rich off Fantasy football if i played in leagues with people that stupid!
The beauty of dynasty is that you can craft a great team if you're patient and you make good decisions. I think the team I posted above is very nice. That doesn't mean my league mates are dumb or that that the league is soft. Here is a list of my best players broken down by how I acquired them. This is a 12 team league. The initial draft took place after the 2003 NFL draft. Initial Draft

Deuce McAllister (1.04)

Charles Rogers (4.03)

Chad Johnson (5.01)

Anquan Boldin (22.09)

Rookie Draft

Kevin Jones (2004 1.01 - traded 1.04 and 1.10 for this pick)

Lee Evans (2004 2.01 - traded Rudi Johnson (waiver pickup) for this pick)

Trades

Ben Roethlisberger (2005 offseason - traded Chris Brown and Drew Bennett for Big Ben. I took Brown at 9.04 in the initial draft and Bennett at 12.09)

Alge Crumpler (2005 offseason - traded rookie 1.04 and Tyrone Calico for rookie 1.08 and Crumpler. Calico was my 14.09 pick in the initial draft)

Julius Jones (2004 midseason - for Jake Delhomme. This was when JJ was hurt and in the doghouse. Delhomme was my 16.09 pick in the initial draft)

That's it. Building a good team is not about stupidity. It's about being crafty and taking smart risks. You'll notice that I was able to turn many of my initial draft picks into value. Calico, C. Brown, Delhomme, Bennett, and other guys like Santana Moss (10.09 in initial draft) are no longer with my squad, but they allowed me to acquire Roethlisberger, J. Jones, Crumpler, and Q. Morgan (who has since busted). I also found Boldin late in the draft and was able to get some value for other late picks like Taylor Jacobs and Todd Bouman.

Again, it's not about stupidity. It's about knowing when to push your assets and knowing who to push for.

Julius Jones is a great example. I got him for Jake Delhomme last year when he was hurt. On the surface that might look like robbery, but it was just a matter of being crafty. The JJ owner was doing well (without JJ) and needed QB help. Delhomme was playing well. My team was not. I saw an opportunity to take a gamble on a future talent by losing a player that I didn't need. So far it's worked out great. For the record, the Delhomme owner ended up in the playoffs, so he didn't do too bad either.

Building a great dynasty team requires a keen sense of value and a good ability to pluck winners from the rookie draft. This past offseason I dealt Drew Bennett and Chris Brown for Ben Roethlisberger. It sounded like a horrible deal at the time, but I didn't need Brown or Bennett and I thought (and still think) that Roethlisberger is a once-a-decade QB. I pulled the trigger on the deal. It's too early to say who won, but Brown's value has already dropped. I suspect that five years down the road I may look like the clear winner here.

If you can consistently sell high and buy low then you're going to separate yourself from your leaguemates very quickly. The key is knowing who's for real and who's not. If you can accurately judge players then you can make the moves necessary to trim the fat and trade it for budding stars.

Right now there are guys who are grossly overrated and underrated. It doesn't matter if your league is full of "sharks." I can guarantee that they're still making a bunch of bad picks and value judgements. If you can take advantage of that then you're going to do well. Eventually you might end up with the dream dynasty team. That's my goal. One day I want to have a squad that's equivalent in value to something like this:

QB - Manning

RB - Tomlinson

RB - McAllister

RB/WR - Alexander

WR - Moss

WR - Owens

TE - Gonzalez

Will I ever get there? I don't know, but I seem to come closer each year. That's what's great about dynasty. You can really build a monster squad. It adds a ton of challenge and it's probably the only reason why I keep playing.
If/When you get there, league activity really slows down. I'm pretty much there after 6 years of drafting and trading in a 10 team league. Not a big league but a solid league none the less. We keep 10 players from our 20 player roster. Its really, really nice being in this position, but as the talent on your team gets better the less active you are in trading. For 2 reasons: One nobody wants to make you any better and Two, Why mess with a good thing? We have a cap of 17 roster years and I just had to trade P. Manning to get under the cap. I traded Peyton and Burress for McNabb and A. Johnson. Turned around and traded A. Johnson, R. Droughns, C. Palmer and the 1.6 pick (aquired last year) for CPEP and Burleson. Now I'm back under my years requirement for the year, but next year I'll have 10 roster years wrapped up in my 3 rbs, so I'll be pretty active next offseason. QB - CPep

QB - McNabb

RB - LT2

RB - SA

RB - Portis

RB- Maurice Morris

RB - M. Turner

WR - CJ

WR - Burleson

TE - Gonzo

I have the 2nd pick which will be used on C. Benson or R. Brown. Over the years I have drafted and traded the likes of P. Manning, R. Moss, M. Harrison, Edge, J. Lewis, McNabb (then reaquired), McGahee, Barlow ( :bag: ), Staley, Vick, C. Palmer, etc. I have never really had luck drafting WRs so I stick to RBs mostly and trade for WRs. We only have to start one at each position with 2 flex positions. So most of the time I start 3 rbs and don't look back!

 

highlander23

Footballguy
This was a team I had from 2 years ago.....and they didn't win!!! Luckily we each run 2 teams in the league and the team that upset this one was my other team.14-team league, $60 entry ($30 for each team), 3rd year of a 3-year cycle of keepers. We draft 1 year, keep players for the next 2 seasons, then re-draft. We started 2 QB, 2RB, 2WR, 1 RB/WR, 1 TE, 1K, and we did IDP (which I won't bother to list)QB- Culpepper and Hasselbeck RB- Tomlinson and PortisWR- Holt and C JohnsonRB/WR- F TaylorTE- McMichaelK- Wilkins or VanderjagtI had drafted Culpepper and Tomlinson in earlier years....Tomlinson as a rookie. I had traded for Portis the year before.....right before he went off. Then I drafted Holt, McMichael and the kickers for this season and traded for Hasselbeck and Taylor. I had Bulger and Brooks at QB as well, and another guy had his 2nd QB get injured and he loved Aaron Brooks so I traded those 2 to get Hasselbeck and Taylor.My other team that upset this team in the playoffs had McNair (when he got on fire that year), Ahman Green, Moss, and a real solid defense with Ray Lewis and Michael Strahan.

 

beto

Footballguy
Here is the team I won my 3-year contract league with in '02 and how I aquired them, with their end of year fantasy position rank.QB - Culpepper (aquired in '00) ff rank - 1QB - Brooks (aquired in '00) ff rank - 5 QB - Vick (rookie draft '01) ff rank - 3RB - Tomlinson (rookie draft '01) ff rank - 2RB - Alexander (rookie draft '00) ff rank - 6WR - Harrison (aquired via trade '01) ff rank - 1WR - Horn (aquired via trade '01) ff rank - 8WR - Toomer (aquired '00) ff rank - 4TE - Crumpler (aquired via trade '02) ff rank - 8

 

JetMaxx

Footballguy
6th year dynasty. 10 teams. $50 entry.

QB - Manning, Delhomme, McNair

RB - Tomlinson, Alexander, Portis, McGahee, Gore

WR - Owens, Harrison, Holt, Walker, Jackson

TE - Heap, Witten, Johnson

K - Vanderjagt, Elam

D - Ravens, Bengals
OK, you win. :thumbup:
 
A guy in my league has won 2 of the first 3 years in our dynasty league and has this for a roster:PlummerHasselbeckGreen Portis, bettsWestbrookLJGriffinMossHornCJDriver....recently traded away walkermuhammedwattslee evans andjosh brown & shayne graham4th year of the league, $150 entry fee, 12 teams

 
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