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Postby Flyn high again » Mon Oct 31, 2005 1:32 pm

8-0 would be nice but 7-1 isn't bad.

This is my first year of FF ever and I'm leading the league at 7-1. I'm already looking at the playoff picture to try to figure out who will be sitting starters and who will be needing wins to make the playoffs in weeks 14-16. Seems to me that a little bit of advance planning goes a long way.
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Re: Say goodbye to my undefeated season

Postby Posse » Mon Oct 31, 2005 3:27 pm

BigJorg wrote:We start 2qb in my league.
I had to start Culpepper and Favre b/c Manning was on a bye.

Its killing me watching Favre right now.

How do you have Manning, Culpepper, and Favre on the same team?
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Postby BigJorg » Mon Oct 31, 2005 5:51 pm

Haha..its a really funny story actually..b/c I have Bulger to..and I did have C.Palmer, A.Brooks and Pennington. My first FF league and it was and auto draft and I drafter 7qb in the first 9rounds. In this league you get the team QB not the players themselfs. So when peoples bye weeks came around they were scrambling for Qbs. I wouldnt say I robbed people but I came out pretty good.

My team now is

QB-Manning,Culpepper,Bulger,and Favre

RB-LT2,D.Davis.Rudi Johnson, Willie Parker, M.Moore
WR-T.O. S.Smith,B.Engram,D.Bennet,M.Clayton,B.Jones
TE-C.Cooly, H.Miller

We start 2qb + you can start a qb in our Flex position so qbs are a premium in this league
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