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I just lost the worst superbowl ever.

Postby Devotia » Tue Dec 27, 2005 1:20 am

QB D. Garrard 13.84
QB M. Brunell 12.64
WR S. Smith 0.90
WR J. Galloway 5.85
WR B. Engram0.65
RB R. Moats 0.65
RB R. Williams 14.75
TE T. Heap 7.50
K N. Rackers 9.00
D Do. Edwards 19.50
DB C. Tillman 10.50
DB A. Wilson 10.00
DL Z. Thomas 8.50
Projected: 102.60
Total 114.28

QB T. Brady 14.05
QB D. Bledsoe 8.18
WR T. Glenn 10.40
WR Ji. Smith 3.55
WR J. Jurevicius 1.55
RB M. Anderson 9.30
RB F. Taylor 11.60
TE H. Miller 1.05
K J. Carney 13.00
D M. Peterson 8.50
DB T. McGee 18.50
DB K. Lucas 6.00
DL M. Vrabel 18.15
Projected: 85.55
Total: 123.83

4 TDs by his D, with both QBs on the same team brings him less than 10 points over me. I don't think anyone has a worse loss this year.. :(
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Postby flotsamnjetsam » Tue Dec 27, 2005 1:36 pm

The worst I heard about was a guy who was up by a few tenths of a point and then had his QB kneel down 3 times at the end of the game, losing 4 tenths of a point. He ended up losing by 1 tenth of a point because of 3 kneel downs.
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Postby RocketsDWM » Tue Dec 27, 2005 1:42 pm

That has to hurt that Vrabel had a monster game on the offensive side of the football.
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Postby jh2031 » Wed Dec 28, 2005 10:51 pm

flotsamnjetsam wrote:The worst I heard about was a guy who was up by a few tenths of a point and then had his QB kneel down 3 times at the end of the game, losing 4 tenths of a point. He ended up losing by 1 tenth of a point because of 3 kneel downs.


Wow. If that was a big money league...I'd be pissed big time.
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Postby future12 » Wed Jan 04, 2006 10:50 am

This is the worst loss. It happened to my friend. He was up by .5 and this was the last game of the week. He was playing someone with the Indy defense at NE. Doug Flutie fumbled the ball and Indy recovered it in a meaningless play that should have been a kneel down. He ended up losing by .5. Wow!
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Postby Dr. Duran Duran » Wed Jan 04, 2006 3:33 pm

In a fractional points league I played in, a guy lost by .01 point. That's one hundreth of a point for those not good at math.
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Postby quitesanemax » Thu Jan 05, 2006 4:48 pm

The worst loss has got to be the one when it is because you make a mistake. I lost in Week 16 because I didn't get the chance on Sunday morning to check to see if Drew Bennett was playing... he scored 12 points. Reggie Wayne was benched, and scored 2. I lost by 9. Of course, I had Moulds in there instead of J. Jones, who had a monster game. J. Jones has been very undependable lately, so I don't feel as bad about that one. I'd be interested to hear how others feel about that one. I'm thinking that the lesson I lshould learn from that one is that I should always play an RB over a WR.

I take solace in the fact that in my other league I won the Superbowl that same week thanks, mainly, to one of my WRs... Santana Moss. Go figure!
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Re: I just lost the worst superbowl ever.

Postby Cooner » Sun Jan 08, 2006 1:58 pm

Devotia wrote:QB D. Garrard 13.84
QB M. Brunell 12.64
WR S. Smith 0.90
WR J. Galloway 5.85
WR B. Engram0.65
RB R. Moats 0.65
RB R. Williams 14.75
TE T. Heap 7.50
K N. Rackers 9.00
D Do. Edwards 19.50
DB C. Tillman 10.50
DB A. Wilson 10.00
DL Z. Thomas 8.50
Projected: 102.60
Total 114.28



no offense intended, but how were you even in the Super Bowl with Moats and Ricky as your starting running backs?!?
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Re: I just lost the worst superbowl ever.

Postby flotsamnjetsam » Sun Jan 08, 2006 3:55 pm

Cooner wrote:
Devotia wrote:QB D. Garrard 13.84
QB M. Brunell 12.64
WR S. Smith 0.90
WR J. Galloway 5.85
WR B. Engram0.65
RB R. Moats 0.65
RB R. Williams 14.75
TE T. Heap 7.50
K N. Rackers 9.00
D Do. Edwards 19.50
DB C. Tillman 10.50
DB A. Wilson 10.00
DL Z. Thomas 8.50
Projected: 102.60
Total 114.28



no offense intended, but how were you even in the Super Bowl with Moats and Ricky as your starting running backs?!?


I'll bet anything that he was forced to start those 2 because of a week 17 super bowl.

I'll never join a league that has a week 17 Super Bowl.
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