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Dynasty Roster Analysis #2 (1 Viewer)

jgb95

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League Setup:

12 teams, 2 divisions. 2 division winners & 2 Wild Card's in playoffs.

50 player rosters from opening day to draft, unlimited during off-season.

Dynasty league, contracts. Annual rookie draft is 7 rounds.

Some roster positional requirements. IR.

Starting O: 1 QB 1/2 RB 2/3 WR 0/1 TE 5 OL (any position) 1 P 1 K 1 HC

Starting IDP: 4 DB and either 3DL/4LB Or 4DL/3LB

Waivers every two weeks highest total contract. Practice squad (8).

Scoring Rules:

HC - points you win or lose by

6 pts all TDs – including returns

2 points for a 2 pt conversion, 1 point for a PAT, 0.5 point per reception

1/10 point per yard passing, 0.17 point per yard rush/receive

3 pts for FG (+ 1 point for every 5 yards!!!!) BIG

2 pts forced fumble, 4 pts recovered fumble, 6 pts catching INT & 2 Pass Defended.

8 DB / 10 LB / 12 DL points per sack, points for tackles/assists: 2/1 for LB/DB/DL.

OL scoring - (Total Offensive Yards * 0.036 + Total Offensive Points * 0.3 - Sacks * 1.5) a good OLman gets you 20 points a game!

WE ARE ALLOWED TO DRAFT PLAYERS THAT ARE STILL IN COLLEGE - currenly no limit

Team History:

Has many draft picks this year 2 #1's. Drafting from spot #10 #12 in 1st round

2 2nd's 2 3rd's 4 th's. Will use some in RFA.

2005: 10-3, BYE Won Championship

2004: 11-2, BYE lost divisional game

2003: 12-1, BYE lost divisional game

2002: 11-2, BYE lost divisional game

Now here's my current roster:

players in bold are RFA's

underlined players are PS players

HC:

JIM MORA JR

TOM COUGHLIN

QB:

DUANTE CULPEPPER

DREW BREES

OMAR JACOBS NCAA

RB:

DEUCE MCALLISTER

JAMAL LEWIS

RUDI JOHNSON

WILLIS MCGAHEE

LAURENCY MARONEY NCAA

WR:

NATE BURLESON

SANTANA MOSS

LARRY FITZGERALD

MATT JONES

TERRY GLENN

BRANDON JONES

TE:

TODD HEAP

JERMAINE WIGGINS

ALEX SMITH

OL:

CASEY WEIGMANN

JAKE SCOTT

ERIC STEINBACH

TOM NALEN

STEPHEN NEAL

RANDY THOMAS

ROMAN OBEN

DYLAN GANDY IND

PORK CHOP WOMACK

MARVEL SMITH

MIKE WAHLE

P:

SHANE LECHLER

SCOTT PLAYER

K:

JEFF WILKINS

DB:

MICHAEL LEWIS

CHRIS GAMBLE

BOB SANDERS

MADIEU WILLIAMS

KEVIN KAESVIHARN

KERRY RHODES

SHAWNTEA SPENCER

DAYLON MCCUTCHEON

CHRIS CROCKER

DL:

JULIUS PEPPERS

REGGIE HAYWARD

BERTRAND BERRY

JARED ALLEN

JUSTIN TUCK

ADALIUS THOMAS - listed as a dl in our league

ROCKY BERNARD

LB:

DONNIE EDWARDS

KAILEE WONG

MIKE PETERSON

LANCE BRIGGS

DERRICK JOHNSON

LEROY HILL

BARRETT RUUD

AJ HAWK

ABDUL HODGE

JAMES HARRISON

BRAD KASSELL

LEMAR MARSHALL

THERE YOU GO.

WONDERING WHAT YOU GUYS THINK.

1) <<WHO SHOULD I KEEP AT ANY COST?>>

2) <<WHO SHOULD I KEEP ON THE CHEAP ONLY?>>

3) <<WHO SHOULD I TRADE TO BETTER ANOTHER POSITION?>>

4) <<WHO SHOULD I TRY AND SELL HIGH?>>

5) <<WHO SHOULD I JUST FLAT OUT NOT EVEN CONSIDER RESIGNING?>>

 
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1) <<WHO SHOULD I KEEP AT ANY COST?>>

2) <<WHO SHOULD I KEEP ON THE CHEAP ONLY?>>

3) <<WHO SHOULD I TRADE TO BETTER ANOTHER POSITION?>>

4) <<WHO SHOULD I TRY AND SELL HIGH?>>

5) <<WHO SHOULD I JUST FLAT OUT NOT EVEN CONSIDER RESIGNING?>>
I think your rules make my brain hurt.It seems like you have a dominant team. Obviously you will be putting some focus on keeping/acquiring some DBs given their RFA status ...

Don't let Bob Sanders go. I would also like to keep Rhodes if I were you. I am not too up on Spencer but he might be a good cheap keep ... when Plummer/Rumph come back to CB how will that change Spencer's prospects if at all?

I would suspect analysis comes easier as to teams that look a little bit more like crap ...

 
What makes your brain hurt???

Thanks for the opinions.
I have generally heard of some leagues with OL, but have never looked at the rules to see how they effect scoring ... I have NEVER heard of a league where you draft coaches ...
 
And I thought my team was complicated. :eek:

QB - you might be in trouble with both of your starters hurt.

RB - you look great - perhaps try and trade one of your QB & RB for a good healthy QB

WR - looks ok - I might consider trading Glenn while he has some value as Crayton IMHO might start cracking the starting lineup

TE - Great I wouldn't change a thing

OL - don't know a thing

P - look ok

K - ok

DB's - I like Rhodes and Sanders (when he is healthy but he is a monster - keep him) I like Kaesvhern - he did well this year and could be a solid safety

Seeing as I am only into my second year of dynasty IDP - your DL and LB's look good.

Hope any of this is helpful

Other than QB - overall I think your pretty darn solid - other than coaches and OL of which I know nothing.

 
That scoring system for OL is basically a team scoring system??? If I'm understanding this all the Seattle offensive linemen would get the same number of points as Walter Jones every game? Or do you somehow assign a sack to a certain player? The reason I'm so curious is I have thought about this for our league, but couldn't come up with any real system other than a team offensive line scoring system.

 
you are correct but you have to make sure your player starts. If you have a guy on the line and he doesn't get the start for any reason you get a goose egg for points in that game!

So yes it is basic OL points. No it's an overall -1.5 for sacks.

 

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