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Postby Pete123444 » Sun Aug 14, 2005 7:09 pm

You always here about QB-WR combos. Whether or not they are good or bad.

I'm curious as to what the general opinion is on QB-Kicker combos.

Kickers usually don't matter, but if a Qb has a bad day and can't get into the endzone maybe 3,4 or 5 FG's will help ya sneak by with a win?
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Postby TitaniumTitan » Sun Aug 14, 2005 7:17 pm

Yeah, that is true. Losman, Boller and Hutch should be paired up with there kickers. They are questionable Qb's
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Postby The Great Gambini » Sun Aug 14, 2005 7:56 pm

What if the QB's so bad they can't even get in FG range? What if your combo gets shut out?
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Postby Pete123444 » Sun Aug 14, 2005 8:08 pm

The Great Gambini wrote:What if the QB's so bad they can't even get in FG range? What if your combo gets shut out?


hey GG, where have you been?

I guess your S O L then. but what I'm thinking with the original question was, I really don't care on draft day what kicker I get. But maybe with putting a little thought into it, matching a kicker up with a qb or your first rd draft pick might not be a bad idea. Like after the first couple of kickers are gone they are all about the same anyway. I wouldn't take a kicker that is way down on the rankings. But if you have 4-12 all about the same, why not take someone who matches with your top player. If your #1 RB (or QB)has a great day then the kicker won't matter. But if they struggle with TD production, there is a chance that your K could have a good day and be a difference. No?
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Postby lmcjaho » Mon Aug 15, 2005 1:37 am

Pete123444 wrote:I guess your S O L then. but what I'm thinking with the original question was, I really don't care on draft day what kicker I get. But maybe with putting a little thought into it, matching a kicker up with a qb or your first rd draft pick might not be a bad idea. Like after the first couple of kickers are gone they are all about the same anyway. I wouldn't take a kicker that is way down on the rankings. But if you have 4-12 all about the same, why not take someone who matches with your top player. If your #1 RB (or QB)has a great day then the kicker won't matter. But if they struggle with TD production, there is a chance that your K could have a good day and be a difference. No?


In the words of the Guinness commercials - BRILLIANT!

I particularly like the idea of "if stud A goes wild then kicker is not really needed anyway" - especially since you would still get the extra-pointers...

Nice little idea Pete...
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