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ConstruxBoy Ranking Contest Results (1 Viewer)

ConstruxBoy

Kate's Daddy
Finally done.

Results:

QB

Link to the original thread: http://forums.footballguys.com/forum/index...;hl=construxboy

The board consensus ranking for the top 20 QBs was:

1 P Manning2 C Palmer3 T Brady4 M Hasselbeck5 D McNabb6 E Manning7 D Culpepper8 M Bulger9 J Delhomme10 J Plummer11 M Vick12 D Bledsoe13 A Brooks14 T Green15 B Favre16 K Warner17 C Simms18 S McNair19 J Kitna20 P RiversThe final top 40 rankings for QBs was:
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1	P Manning2	D Brees3	C Palmer4	J Kitna5	M Bulger6	M Vick7	T Brady8	B Favre9	E Manning10	P Rivers11	B Roethlisberger12	R Grossman13	J Losman14	C Pennington15	V Young16	D McNabb17	T Romo18	A Smith19	S McNair20	J Delhomme21	M Hasselbeck22	D Carr23	C Frye24	M Leinart25	B Johnson26	J Plummer27	J Harrington28	D Garrard29	D Huard30	B Gradkowski31	M Brunell32	J Campbell33	J Garcia34	B Leftwich35	D Bledsoe36	T Green37	S Wallace38	J Cutler39	K Warner40	A Walter
The winner, with an amazingly low score of 165, was BoltBacker, with this ranking:
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1	P Manning2	C Palmer3	D McNabb4	D Culpepper5	T Brady6	M Vick7	M Bulger8	E Manning9	M Hasselbeck10	T Green11	J Delhomme12	B Favre13	J Plummer14	S McNair15	C Simms16	P Rivers17	D Brees18	B Leftwich19	C Frye20	A Smith
The board consensus was 224, so BoltBacker wins $10. 16 members beat the board consensus, so basically, everyone with a pulse. For fun, I included the last preseason ranking of 6 Staff members (David and Joe, Pasquino, Rudnicki, Tremblay, Wood and Yudkin). I also included the FBG Staff Average of all staff members as of September 10th. The FBG Average was a very good 202 points. 7 people beat this score among message board members. Congratulations to Maurile Tremblay, who had the staff low score of 197.

Stats:

Top 5 scorers:

1) BoltBacker - 165

2) The Man with No Name - 188

3) nshelat1 - 192

4) Chaos Commish - 196

5) Comfortably Numb - 197

Average Score - 215

Bottom 5 Scores:

232

232

234

236

254 - Guess who? That Kerry Collins at 9 pick was just a teeny bit off. ;)

Thoughts:

Culpepper, Brooks and Simms all finished outside the top 40 and were on a lot of lists. Bledsoe, Green and Warner were also on lots of lists and finished just inside the top 40. Brees and Kitna were the big achievers.

Nailed it:

Players outside the top 5 who were ranked correctly

BoltBacker 6 M VickLott's Fingertip 6 M Vicknshelat1 6 M VickDirty Weasel 7 T BradyHusker Power 7 T BradyThe Man with No Name 7 T Bradyjurb26 9 E Manningtarheel1unc 9 E Manningabrecher 10 P RiversChaos Commish 10 P RiversChaos Commish 11 B Roethlisbergerabrecher 19 S McNairChaos Commish 19 S McNairFBG Average 19 S McNairModog814 19 S McNairSpecial congrats to Chaos Commish, who nailed the most ranks at 5 (PManning, Palmer, Rivers, Roethlisberger and McNair), but left off a ranking for #16 in a cut and paste incident gone horribly wrong. I had to give him a 20 for that rank, otherwise he could have challenged for 2nd place. RB

Link to the original thread: http://forums.footballguys.com/forum/index...;hl=construxboy

The board consensus ranking for the top 20 RBs was:

1 L Tomlinson2 L Johnson3 S Alexander4 R Johnson5 T Barber6 R Brown7 C Williams8 S Jackson9 C Portis10 E James11 L Jordan12 W McGahee13 W Parker14 K Jones15 W Dunn16 B Westbrook17 C Taylor18 J Lewis19 R Bush20 R DroughnsThe final top 40 ranking for RBs was:
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1	L Tomlinson2	L Johnson3	S Jackson4	F Gore5	W Parker6	B Westbrook7	T Barber8	M Jones-Drew9	R Johnson10	D McAllister11	L Betts12	J Addai13	C Taylor14	M Barber15	A Green16	J Lewis17	R Bush18	F Taylor19	C Dillon20	E James21	T Jones22	T Henry23	K Jones24	W Dunn25	R Brown26	W McGahee27	J Jones28	S Alexander29	L Maroney30	M Bell31	T Bell32	D Foster33	D Rhodes34	R Droughns35	L Washington36	C Portis37	B Jacobs38	C Benson39	C Williams40	R Dayne
The winner with a low difference score of 181 was Beto, with this ranking:
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1	L Tomlinson2	L Johnson3	S Alexander4	R Johnson5	T Barber6	C Williams7	E James8	W Parker9	C Portis10	W McGahee11	S Jackson12	L Jordan13	R Brown14	K Jones15	W Dunn16	J Lewis17	T Jones18	M Barber19	M Bell20	A Green
The Board Consensus score was 193, so Beto will be getting $10. A total of 6 board members beat the Board Consensus. For fun, I included the last preseason ranking of 6 Staff members (David and Joe, Pasquino, Rudnicki, Tremblay, Wood and Yudkin). I also included the FBG Staff Average of all staff members as of September 10th. The FBG Average was an outstanding 186 points. Only Beto beat this score among message board members. Congratulations to Jason Wood, who matched Beto's 181 score and David Yudkin, who scored 185. They, along with Beto, are the only people to beat the FBG Staff Average.

Stats:

Top 5 Scorers

1) Beto - 181

2) BoltBacker - 188

3) by the sea wannabe - 189

4) Lott's Fingertip - 190

5) djjosee - 191

Average Score - 205

Bottom 5 Scores

230

233

250

254

255

Thoughts:

Everyone had the maximum 20 points for players who busted this year, such as Shaun Alexander, Cadillac Williams, LaMont Jordan and Clinton Portis. Ronnie Brown and Willis McGahee also had some high point totals.

A lot of the older RBs were neglected in the rankings, with Duece McAllister, Ahman Green, Fred Taylor and Corey Dillon all finishing in the top 20 but not listed on most entries.

Nailed it:

Players outside the Top 5 who were ranked correctly

Rudnicki 13 C TaylorBeto 16 J LewisJoffer 16 J LewisThe Mechanic 16 J LewisDisco Stu 17 R BushH.K. 17 R BushPasquino 17 R BushTremblay 17 R Bushthecardiackid 20 E JamesA special congrats to tarheel1unc, the only entry to hit the top 3 in order (Tomlinson, Johnson, Jackson). Finally, I usually won't mention the worst entry but in this case since it's my good buddy H.K. and I'm still spending money trying to fix up this derelict house he sold me, I will use his poor showing to make a point about this contest.

Here is his entry:

1 C Taylor2 S Alexander3 C Portis4 L Johnson5 R Johnson6 R Brown7 L Tomlinson8 W Dunn9 E James10 D Rhodes11 C Williams12 F Gore13 T Jones14 J Jones15 S Jackson16 L Maroney17 R Bush18 L Jordan19 M Bell20 W LundyThis entry had the highest score, a 255. However, this high score and this contest in general does not actually measure fantasy football knowledge to a great degree. H.K. had the highest ranking of Chester Taylor (duh), but was one of 5 people to rank him as high as his 13 rank. Only 4 people ranked Cadillac Williams lower than he did, but Caddy's 39 rank still cost everyone 20 points. He tied with BassNBrew for the lowest ranking of LaMont Jordan, but Jordan's finish outside the top 40 still cost everyone 20 points. So the way this contest was run lead to some poor scores for him, but he was accurately higher on Taylor and lower on Caddy and Jordan than most people. This is more important when it comes to drafting a team in a fantasy football league. And I can confirm that because he beat BassNBrew, myself and 9 other people from this board to win our league for the 2nd straight year.

WR

Link to the original thread: http://forums.footballguys.com/forum/index...;hl=construxboy

The board consensus ranking for the top 20 WRs was:

1 T Holt2 C Johnson3 L Fitzgerald4 R Moss5 A Boldin6 C Chambers7 R Wayne8 S Smith9 M Harrison10 T Owens11 D Driver12 R Williams13 S Moss14 H Ward15 P Burress16 D Mason17 J Walker18 L Evans19 T Houshmandzadeh20 D JacksonThe final top 40 rankings for WRs are:
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1	M Harrison2	T Owens3	R Wayne4	C Johnson5	T Holt6	D Driver7	L Evans8	S Smith9	J Walker10	R Williams11	T Houshmandzadeh12	P Burress13	D Jackson14	M Colston15	J Galloway16	L Coles17	A Boldin18	A Johnson19	M Furrey20	T Glenn21	R Brown22	H Ward23	J Cotchery24	L Fitzgerald25	I Bruce26	B Edwards27	S Moss28	Ma Clayton29	E Kennison30	M Muhammad31	C Henry32	B Berrian33	M Booker34	D Henderson35	K Johnson36	D Stallworth37	C Chambers38	R Caldwell39	D Branch40	Bry Johnson
The winner with a low score of 151 was Lott's Fingertip with this ranking:
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1	R Moss2	T Holt3	L Fitzgerald4	T Owens5	C Johnson6	C Chambers7	M Harrison8	R Williams9	R Wayne10	A Boldin11	P Burress12	J Walker13	D Driver14	S Smith15	L Evans16	T Houshmandzadeh17	A Johnson18	J Horn19	D Jackson20	S Moss
The Board Consensus score was 184, so Lott's Fingertip will be getting $10. A total of 10 board members beat the Board Consensus. For fun, I included the last preseason ranking of 6 Staff members (David and Joe, Pasquino, Rudnicki, Tremblay, Wood and Yudkin). I also included the FBG Staff Average of all staff members as of September 10th. The FBG Average was a very good 177 points. 8 message board members beat this score. Congratulations to Jason Wood, who was 3rd overall with a 161 score and David and Joe, who scored 167, good for 4th place overall.

Stats:

Top 5 Scorers

1) Lott's Fingertip - 151

2) Pictus Cat - 156

3) Joffer - 169

4) Comfortably Numb - 171

5) jurb26 - 173

Average Score - 186

Bottom 5 Scores

203

204

213

228

238

Thoughts:

Everyone had the maximum 20 points for players who busted this year, such as Randy Moss, Chris Chambers, Derrick Mason and Joe Horn. Larry Fitzgerald also had some high point totals.

The WR position seems to be the easiest to rank so far.

Nailed it:

Players outside the Top 5 who were ranked correctly

Yudkin 6 D DriverBoard Consensus 8 S SmithBoltBacker 8 S SmithHusker Power 10 R Williamsjerseyh8r 10 R Williamsjurb26 10 R WilliamsPictus Cat 12 P BurressWood 12 P BurressPictus Cat 13 D Jacksontarheel1unc 13 D Jacksontarheel1unc 16 L ColesFBG Average 18 A Johnsonjerseyh8r 18 A JohnsonRudnicki 18 A JohnsonChaos Commish 20 T GlennTE

Link to the original thread: http://forums.footballguys.com/forum/index...;hl=construxboy

The board consensus ranking for the top 20 TEs was:

1 A Gates2 J Shockey3 T Heap4 T Gonzalez5 B Watson6 A Crumpler7 R McMichael8 C Cooley9 L Smith10 J Witten11 B Troupe12 K Winslow13 H Miller14 Da Clark15 J Wiggins16 V Davis17 A Smith18 T Scheffler19 J Stevens20 C AndersonThe final top 40 ranking for TEs are:
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1	A Gates2	A Crumpler3	T Gonzalez4	T Heap5	C Cooley6	K Winslow7	J Shockey8	Des Clark9	LJ Smith10	B Watson11	R McMichael12	J Witten13	H Miller14	O Daniels15	Dal Clark16	B Scaife17	D Campbell18	C Baker19	G Wrightster20	T Scheffler21	J Stevens22	V Davis23	J Wiggins24	A Smith25	E Johnson26	C Anderson27	R Royal28	B Utecht29	S Heiden30	D Wilcox31	D Graham32	M Schobel33	B Fletcher34	D Martin35	R Kelly36	K Wilson37	R Williams38	J Klopfenstein39	S Alexander40	B Manumaleuna
The winner with a low score of 87(!) was Disco Stu with this ranking:
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1	A Gates2	T Heap3	J Shockey4	B Watson5	A Crumpler6	T Gonzalez7	R McMichael8	L Smith9	C Cooley10	J Witten11	K Winslow12	H Miller13	B Troupe14	J Wiggins15	Da Clark16	C Anderson17	T Scheffler18	J Stevens19	A Smith20	V Davis
The Board Consensus score was 83, so Lott's Fingertip will only be getting $5. This is the first position in which no board member beat the consensus. For fun, I included the last preseason ranking of 6 Staff members (David and Joe, Pasquino, Rudnicki, Tremblay, Wood and Yudkin). I also included the FBG Staff Average of all staff members as of September 10th. The FBG Average was a decent 119 points. 8 message board members beat this score. Congratulations to David and Joe, who were 2nd overall with a 86 score and Maurile Tremblay, who scored 98, good for 5th place overall.

Stats:

Top 5 Scorers

1) Disco Stu - 87

2) abrecher - 88

3) cws3030 - 100

4) Chaos Commish - 105

5) jersey h8ter - 113

Average Score - 122

Bottom 5 Scores

137

140

143

161

192 - H.K. is either really bad at this or tanking on purpose. :thumbup:

Thoughts:

Everyone had the maximum 20 points for Ben Troupe who busted this year. The difference between the scores usually came down to who ranked other players that busted this year, like Bubba Franks, Mercedes Lewis or Leonard Pope.

The TE position was even easier than the WR position to rank because there were so few big name busts or unexpected stars.

Special note for Chaos Commish, who managed to come in 4th even though his 17th ranked TE was someone called Chris Bird. I think he meant Chris Baker, who actually finished 18th, but I had to give him the full 20 points.

Nailed it:

Players outside the Top 5 who were ranked correctly

Pasquino 7 J Shockeyabrecher 9 L SmithBoard Consensus 9 L SmithAussie Cowboy 10 B WatsonJoeDoe 10 B WatsonYudkin 11 R McMichael5Rings 12 J WittenBoltBacker 12 J WittenChaos Commish 12 J WittenBeto 13 H MillerBoard Consensus 13 H MillerTremblay 13 H MillerBoltBacker 15 Da ClarkDisco Stu 15 Da Clarkjurb26 15 Da ClarkRudnicki 15 Da ClarkTitans Fan 15 Da Clarkcws3030 20 T SchefflerJoeDoe 20 T SchefflerPK

Link to the original thread: http://forums.footballguys.com/forum/index...;hl=construxboy

The board consensus ranking for the top 20 PKs was:

1 J Elam2 D Akers3 J Kasay4 S Graham5 N Rackers6 J Brown7 J Feely8 M Stover9 A Vinatieri10 J Reed11 L Tynes12 J Scobee13 N Kaeding14 M Koenen15 O Mare16 J Wilkins17 R Longwell18 J Hanson19 S Janikowski20 M VanderjagtThe final top 36 ranking for PKs are:
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1	R Gould2	N Kaeding3	J Wilkins4	M Stover5	J Scobee6	J Hanson7	J Nedney8	N Rackers9	J Elam10	J Carney11	S Graham12	A Vinatieri 13	J Brown14	D Rayner15	J Feely16	L Tynes17	M Nugent18	S Gostkowski19	R Lindell20	D Akers21	J Reed22	J Kasay23	O Mare24	R Bironas25	R Longwell26	P Dawson27	M Andersen28	K Brown29	M Bryant30	M Vanderjagt31	S Janikowski32	M Gramatica33	S Suisham34	J Hall35	N Novak36	M Koenen
The winner with a low score of 148 was ComfortablyNumb with this ranking:
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1	M Stover2	J Reed3	J Feely4	J Kasay5	D Akers6	J Elam7	N Rackers8	J Scobee9	S Graham10	J Brown11	J Wilkins12	A Vinatieri13	N Kaeding14	J Hanson15	L Tynes16	M Bryant17	M Koenen18	S Gostkowski19	R Longwell20	O Mare
The Board Consensus score was a pathetic 194, so ComfortablyNumb will be getting $10. For fun, I included the last preseason ranking of 6 Staff members (David and Joe, Pasquino, Rudnicki, Tremblay, Wood and Mike Herman). I also included the FBG Staff Average of all staff members as of September 10th. The FBG Average was a poor 190 points. 8 message board members beat this score. Congratulations to David and Joe, who were the best FBG at 5th overall with a 171 score.

Stats:

Top 5 Scorers

1) ComfortablyNumb - 148

2) BoltBacker - 163

3) Lott's Fingertip - 166

4) Aussie Cowboy - 170

5) BassNBrew - 172

Average Score - 184

Bottom 5 Scores

193

194

199

219

238 - H.K. for reasons that will be explained later.

Thoughts:

Most people had the maximum 20 points for Michael Koenen who busted this year. Other poor finishers were David Akers, John Kasay, Mike Vanderjagt and SeaBass.

The PK position was very hard to rank this season with the out of nowhere guys like Gould and the older PKs who were high performers, like Hanson, Nedney and Carney.

Special note for Lott's Fingertip, who nailed 3 PKs: Vinatieri, Gostkowski and Lindell.

Nailed it:

Players outside the Top 5 who were ranked correctly

JoeDoe 10 J CarneyComfortablyNumb 12 A VinatieriLott's Fingertip 12 A VinatieriRudnicki 12 A VinatieriWood 12 A VinatieriBassNBrew 15 J FeelyHerman 15 J FeelyBoltBacker 16 L TynesComfortablyNumb 18 S GostkowskiDavid and Joe 18 S GostkowskiLott's Fingertip 18 S GostkowskiWood 18 S GostkowskiLott's Fingertip 19 R LindellDEFLink to the original thread: http://forums.footballguys.com/forum/index...;hl=Construxboy

The board consensus ranking for the top 20 DEFs was:

1 CAR2 CHI3 PIT4 BAL5 TB6 SEA7 WAS8 MIA9 JAC10 ATL11 IND12 DAL13 NYG14 CIN15 PHI16 MIN17 NE18 ARI19 DEN20 SDThe final top 32 ranking for DEFs are:
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1	BAL2	CHI3	SD4	GB5	MIN6	MIA7	NE8	PHI9	DAL10	PIT11	TEN12	ARI13	JAC14	DEN15	BUF16	SEA17	KC18	ATL19	CAR20	OAK21	NYG22	CIN23	STL24	CLE25	NYJ26	NO27	SF28	HOU29	DET30	IND31	TB32	WAS
The winner with a low score of 150 was BoltBacker with this ranking:
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1	CAR2	CHI3	BAL4	TB5	PHI6	JAC7	DAL8	ATL9	MIA10	PIT11	CIN12	NE13	WAS14	BUF15	NYG16	CLE17	DET18	SD19	DEN20	STL
The Board Consensus score was 186, so Boltbacker will be getting $10, for the second time. For fun, I included the last preseason ranking of 6 Staff members (David and Joe, Bloom, Rudnicki, Tremblay, Wood and Bramel). I also included the FBG Staff Average of all staff members as of September 10th. The FBG Average was 185 points, only 1 point better than the Board Consensus. 8 message board members beat this score. Congratulations to Bloom, who wasthe best FBG at 2nd overall with a 151 score.

Stats:

Top 5 Scorers

1) BoltBacker - 150

2) Husker Power - 164

3) jurb26 - 167

4) Lott's Fingertip - 169

5T) BassNBrew - 171

5T) H.K. - 171 - Yes, even H.K. couldn't purposefully mess up this position. ;)

Average Score - 178

Bottom 5 Scores

186

186

191

207

214

Thoughts:

IND, TB and WAS just killed folks in this one, as they finished the year 30-32. Most people had at least 2 of them, if not all 3, in their top 10.

The DEF position was very hard to rank this season with those 3 defenses going belly up and some unheralded defenses like SD, GB and MIN doing so well.

Special note for Lott's Fingertip and BoltBacker, who both nailed 2 DEFs. Apparently the Bears at 2 were the easiest to rank with 7 different folks getting them.

Nailed it:

Players outside the Top 5 who were ranked correctly

Code:
Bramel	9	DALFBG Average	9	DALBoltBacker	10	PITH.K.	11	TENabrecher	13	JACLott's Fingertip	13	JACRudnicki	13	JAC
 
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ConstruxBoy said:
Let's address the important stuff:

Finally, I usually won't mention the worst entry but in this case since it's my good buddy H.K. and I'm still spending money trying to fix up this derelict house he sold me,

In the words of PT Barnum: There is a sucker born every minute!



And I can confirm that because he beat BassNBrew, myself and 9 other people from this board to win our league for the 2nd straight year.

:bag:

BTW, where's my money?
 
ConstruxBoy said:
Let's address the important stuff:

Finally, I usually won't mention the worst entry but in this case since it's my good buddy H.K. and I'm still spending money trying to fix up this derelict house he sold me,

In the words of PT Barnum: There is a sucker born every minute!



And I can confirm that because he beat BassNBrew, myself and 9 other people from this board to win our league for the 2nd straight year.

:unsure:

BTW, where's my money?
I'm going to have Tiki hand deliver it to you. You should get it soon.
 
Thanks for doing this CB. Looking forward to seeing the results. Will you be posting all scores or just the winning scores?

 
Thanks for doing this CB. Looking forward to seeing the results. Will you be posting all scores or just the winning scores?
I hadn't planned on it because I didn't want to "embarrass" guys that did poorly, other than H.K., but I can if you'd like.
 
I was just asking because I did not know what you were planning. I looked at my rankings earlier in the week and I have an idea about how poorly I did (especially in the WR category).

 
If you don't want to post the full results, how about:

- a link to the thread

- top five scores and names

- median/average score

- worst five scores (w/o names, to protect the not-so-inncoent)?

 
If you don't want to post the full results, how about:- a link to the thread- top five scores and names- median/average score- worst five scores (w/o names, to protect the not-so-inncoent)?
Sure, those are some good ideas. Let me add those to the first post for the RBs and then get back to working on the QBs.
 
I was just asking because I did not know what you were planning. I looked at my rankings earlier in the week and I have an idea about how poorly I did (especially in the WR category).
Let's just say your score just missed being mentioned on the Bottom 5 list. :(
 
Thanks, CB.

This entry had the highest score, a 255. However, this high score and this contest in general does not actually measure fantasy football knowledge to a great degree. H.K. had the highest ranking of Chester Taylor (duh), but was one of 5 people to rank him as high as his 13 rank. Only 4 people ranked Cadillac Williams lower than he did, but Caddy's 39 rank still cost everyone 20 points. He tied with BassNBrew for the lowest ranking of LaMont Jordan, but Jordan's finish outside the top 40 still cost everyone 20 points. So the way this contest was run lead to some poor scores for him, but he was accurately higher on Taylor and lower on Caddy and Jordan than most people.
Thinking about this, maybe the best way to score this next year is, instead of capping the differences at 20, treat every RB finishing at #40 or below as if they were #40. So HK would get 28 for Caddy, but anyone who had him in the top ten would get 29+. He'd get 22 for Jordan, but everyone else would get more.
 
Thanks, CB.

This entry had the highest score, a 255. However, this high score and this contest in general does not actually measure fantasy football knowledge to a great degree. H.K. had the highest ranking of Chester Taylor (duh), but was one of 5 people to rank him as high as his 13 rank. Only 4 people ranked Cadillac Williams lower than he did, but Caddy's 39 rank still cost everyone 20 points. He tied with BassNBrew for the lowest ranking of LaMont Jordan, but Jordan's finish outside the top 40 still cost everyone 20 points. So the way this contest was run lead to some poor scores for him, but he was accurately higher on Taylor and lower on Caddy and Jordan than most people.
Thinking about this, maybe the best way to score this next year is, instead of capping the differences at 20, treat every RB finishing at #40 or below as if they were #40. So HK would get 28 for Caddy, but anyone who had him in the top ten would get 29+. He'd get 22 for Jordan, but everyone else would get more.
Next year? :thumbdown:Yeah, I was trying to save some work by capping the points at 20, but it would be more accurate to go beyond that to see just how far off someone is. On the other hand, I don't want to make one wrong player invalidate a entry. For example, two of the early entries had Dominick Davis/Williams. He's be ranked about 100 and that would completely throw away the rest of their entry.
 
BTW - 1/3 of the way through the QB results and BoltBacker has annihilated everyone so far. By like 31 points.

 
Top 3 I will take it. :mellow:
Congrats! If I was richer I'd be giving out more prizes, but alas, I'm not.
:shrug: Construx is loaded, don't let anyone tell you differently!
BYOB for that Super Bowl party buddy.
See!?! The guy hoards all his cash!
BTW goodbuddy, just did your entry for the QB contest. Boy do you suck at these things. I should make you pay the winner.
 
1. S. Jackson2. L. Johnson3. L. Tomlinson4. C. Williams5. R. Johnson 6. S. Alexander7. J. Lewis8. R. Brown9. E. James10. T. Barber11. D. Foster12. W. Parker13. T. Bell14. B. Westbrook15. K. Jones16. R. Bush17. W. McGahee18. L. Jordan19. R. Droughns20. F. Taylor
I hope you can tweak this contest further next year. If you had used my rankings along with adp you would have avoided Alexander all together. Injury aside, he was still out of the top 10 on a ppg basis. Later in the first round the Carnell ranking would have killed you. If someone else had taken him you would have been good for the entire first round. Note the call on Jordan, Droughens, and Portis not listed. Looking at the second round, I think I had Parker and Westbrook ahead of most. Likely you would have had two stud RBs after two rounds. My 3rd round selections would have been totally worthless in most cases....Lewis, Foster, and Bell. Taylor late may have fixed the RB3 mess.

 
192 - H.K. is either really bad at this or tanking on purpose.
Seriously!Look at the guys left off my lists:McNabbT.BarberK.JonesHarrisonD.JacksonWalkerGatesCould you imagine how well that team would have done this year?Oh...wait a second :o
 
You have got to be the most superstitious person in history.
:toilet:Sad but true. Note this exchange in "Bull Durham": Crash Davis: I never told him to stay out of your bed. Annie Savoy: Yes you did. Crash Davis: I told him that a player on a streak has to respect the streak. Annie Savoy: Oh fine. Crash Davis: You know why? Because they don't - -they don't happen very often. Annie Savoy: Right. Crash Davis: If you believe you're playing well because you're getting laid, or because you're not getting laid, or because you wear women's underwear, then you ARE! And you should know that!
 
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Special congrats to Chaos Commish, who nailed the most ranks at 5 (PManning, Palmer, Rivers, Roethlisberger and McNair), but left off a ranking for #16 in a cut and paste incident gone horribly wrong. I had to give him a 20 for that rank, otherwise he could have challenged for 2nd place.
That wasn't really a mistake. I was convinced there would be no #16 QB this season.
 
Special congrats to Chaos Commish, who nailed the most ranks at 5 (PManning, Palmer, Rivers, Roethlisberger and McNair), but left off a ranking for #16 in a cut and paste incident gone horribly wrong. I had to give him a 20 for that rank, otherwise he could have challenged for 2nd place.
That wasn't really a mistake. I was convinced there would be no #16 QB this season.
:confused:When then you'll hate the TE mistake. If you have typed Chris Baker instead of Chris Bird, you would have beaten Disco Stu by 1 point. Unless you really thought a player named Chris Bird would emerge as the 17th best TE this season? :thumbup:
 
Special congrats to Chaos Commish, who nailed the most ranks at 5 (PManning, Palmer, Rivers, Roethlisberger and McNair), but left off a ranking for #16 in a cut and paste incident gone horribly wrong. I had to give him a 20 for that rank, otherwise he could have challenged for 2nd place.
That wasn't really a mistake. I was convinced there would be no #16 QB this season.
:(When then you'll hate the TE mistake. If you have typed Chris Baker instead of Chris Bird, you would have beaten Disco Stu by 1 point. Unless you really thought a player named Chris Bird would emerge as the 17th best TE this season? :D
:lmao: :goodposting: :hot: :hey: :cry:
 
Can't believe I did that well with Culpepper at #4.

I would have guessed that RB would have been stronger for me. Damn you Beto! If I could have finished #1 in QB and RB my board cred would have been through the roof!

 
It might be interesting to see a combined ranking and average for all the positions...
You and BoltBacker are doing an excellent job. There will be a wrap up thread after I do the DEFs.
Thanks ConstruxBoy, just wanted to let everyone know that ConstruxBoy is a man of his word and I did indeed receive a $10 check when he said he'd send it. Class act. If you're willing to do all the leg work for this again next season ConstuxBoy just wanted to let you know I'm willing to pay it forward for the QB category. You tabulate the winner of the QB rating and I'll cut a check for $15 and mail it to the name/address you provide. Keep up the good work. (guilty admission - every league I've ever been in I've proposed changing the rules so K wasn't even a position in the leauge so I'm a little surprised I did that well in K ratings) Interesting, I thought my TE rankings were going to be strong but didn't crack the top 5. WR is much more of a crap-shoot imo(after you get past the top 5-10) so if there was ONE position I didn't think I'd do well in I would have guessed it was WR.
 
Bumped for DEF rankings. BoltBacker takes it again. Congrats.

Thread on my reason for doing this contest to follow.

 

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