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Postby crazyillfiz » Thu Oct 02, 2003 7:10 pm

I have Horn and McAllister from the Saints. I need a TE and it looks like Conwell is the best option (other options are Kleinsasser, Erron Kinney, Riemersma). Is grabbing Conwell a bad idea even though his numbers are better than the others just because I already have a WR and RB from that team?
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Postby M_Zimm_ffc » Thu Oct 02, 2003 7:12 pm

Right now the Siants are looking very bad. I would get the guy from Minny (I can't spell his name) he should get some goal-line looks.
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Postby crazyillfiz » Thu Oct 02, 2003 7:32 pm

But Conwell has twice the yards and I talked to a Minny fan who said that Kleinsasser is rarely an option and doesnt usually get many looks. He's a blocker. Do you think this will change since Chamberlain was cut?
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Postby altproject » Thu Oct 02, 2003 9:10 pm

take conwell. the "too many players from one team" issue doesn't apply to TEs.
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Postby emaja » Thu Oct 02, 2003 9:21 pm

altproject wrote:take conwell. the "too many players from one team" issue doesn't apply to TEs.


I agree, but there are better offenses to pick a TE from. Kinney has had a good season and TEN is mcuh better at moving the ball. He has been getting better looks since they have to substitute a short passing game for their non-existent running game.
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Postby Tiki Fan » Thu Oct 02, 2003 10:01 pm

crazyillfiz wrote:But Conwell has twice the yards and I talked to a Minny fan who said that Kleinsasser is rarely an option and doesnt usually get many looks. He's a blocker. Do you think this will change since Chamberlain was cut?


He is a blocker, but he's an option they use once in awhile at the redzone. He has 2 TD's already, which is pretty good for a TE.

If you're looking for yards, you want to go another way though.
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3 is the limit from one team

Postby irishboy » Thu Oct 02, 2003 10:05 pm

never have more than 3 players from any one team unless two of those players are the qb and wr; if u dont have the qb then two is the limit; u could possibly make the argument for having a kicker though
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Re: 3 is the limit from one team

Postby Tiki Fan » Thu Oct 02, 2003 10:13 pm

irishboy wrote:never have more than 3 players from any one team unless two of those players are the qb and wr; if u dont have the qb then two is the limit; u could possibly make the argument for having a kicker though


I wouldn't see a problem with having a defense also. For instance, I certainly wouldn't complain if I had Culpepper, Moss and the Minnesota defense.
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Postby altproject » Thu Oct 02, 2003 11:24 pm

this is something that's been argued before. it all depends on the team. 3 players from KC is better than 2 players from Chicago. hands down. hell, 3 from KC is better than 1 from Chicago. last year I had 4 from buffalo: bledsoe, moulds, price & henry -- and there was absolutely nothing to complain about because that offense was unstoppable much of the season. and if i've said it once... TEs and Kickers don't count when talking about this kind of issue!
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Postby RaginCajun » Thu Oct 02, 2003 11:29 pm

I say go with Conwell.......Yes the saints are playing horribly but as long as they are playing from behind they will have to throw the ball......and conwell isnt a bad option for brooks.....
as far as too many players on one team I agree that its 3 but its mainly if the 3 are qb, rb, wr,........if theiroffense has a bad week your whole team suffers
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