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Postby Twisted Sister » Thu Aug 24, 2006 12:26 pm

My teams are very different. Each league is in a vaccum for me... but the draft is so unpredictable that you wind up with very different teams.

Some sleepers I draft the same... same for DEF and Kickers. Those are all final round picks.

Yeah, I'm going to be so emotionally split on games. Rooting for and against the same player, or trying to root for the ideal combination of events... my brain may explode. Part of the fun ;-D
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Postby BigMusky » Thu Aug 24, 2006 12:43 pm

I have set to see a play in fantasy football that created a win for one of my teams and direct loss of the other. Like a turnover or TD. Since most of the time I play matchup defenses, they are rarely if ever going against the good offenses who most my players are on.
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Postby Billsbacker » Thu Aug 24, 2006 1:00 pm

I usually drop a guy a few spots in my ratings if I have him on another team....it limits the risk. Obviously, if that player is still available a round or more later, you gotta take him again, but this keeps you from "reaching" for someone over and over again just because he is a bit higher on your draft chart than everyone elses.

It also helps to vary strategies among teams (RB/RB vs RB/WR, when to target TE and QB, etc.)
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