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Postby zevon » Sat Oct 28, 2006 7:36 pm

tecmobowl12 wrote:That was a joke, perhaps I should have made the sarcasm more obvious. And it would be a waste of time to defend my first post, check the time it was posted...

Besides, I agree with every one of the responses, except yours of course


Pray that Romo has a good day tomorrow (unlikely, unfortunately) then peddle him and any RB besides Tiki or Washington to your league's Dallas fanatic for his QB.
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Postby LukeHodge15 » Sat Oct 28, 2006 7:59 pm

Crippler wrote:Agreed. You wont get a decent QB for a bunch of mediocre waiver wire RBs.



But while its going on, I'm gonna jump in on the bragging as well. Who can beat this RB group? (8 person $$$ league full of idiots)


Larry Johnson
Tiki Barber
Shaun Alexander
Reggie Bush
Jamal Lewis
Lamont Jordan

All this, and I drafted Domanick Davis.


I raise u

1st Round LJ
2nd - 5th Round Smith - CJ - R.Williams - Ward
6th Round Dunn
7th Round Foster
8th Round Deuce


Players off Waivers - Norwood - Betts - Green ;-) - Housmandzeh ;-D

Traded Culpepper & Ward 4 Westbrook & Horn
Traded Horn & Foster 4 Gonzalez, NEEDED A TE

My side now looks like

QB

Jon Kitna
Marc Bulger

RB

Larry Johnson
Warrick Dunn
Deuce McAllister
Jerious Norwood
Brian Westbrook
Ladell Betts
Ahman Green


WR

T.J. Houshmandzadeh
Steve Smith
Roy Williams
Chad Johnson
Jerricho Cotchery

TE
Tony Gonzalez

D/ST
Broncos D/ST
Vikings D/ST

K
Jeff Wilkins

I have to confess though its only an 8 team league with a heap of mates ....... 1st year playing and giving the so called pros a real run for their money ;-D ;-D ;-D ;-D
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Postby Crippler » Sat Oct 28, 2006 8:18 pm

LukeHodge15 wrote:Larry Johnson
Warrick Dunn
Deuce McAllister
Jerious Norwood
Brian Westbrook
Ladell Betts
Ahman Green [/b]


I dont think you have me beat. If you'd like to include WR's, I'd be happy to list mine, but strictly on RBs I think we are pretty close. Mine is a 1ppr league by the way.

LJ = LJ
Dunn < SA
McAllister = Bush (1 ppr makes him 11th in pts)
Westbrook >= Tiki
Norwood/Betts/Green = Lamont/Lewis
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Postby Chip Happens » Sat Oct 28, 2006 9:39 pm

My team is really similar to that guys, great minds
QB-M.Hasselbeck ; J.Campbell
RB-R.Bush; M.Lynch; J.Jones; W.Dunn; J.Norwood; K.Watson
WR- T.J Houshamazoie; B.Edwards; L.Fitzgerald; S.McDonald; I.Bruce;
TE-J.King;E.Johnson;L.J.Smith
K-Bob Gould
DST-PHI
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Postby Supernick » Sun Oct 29, 2006 12:54 am

in a keeper league i have:

Portis
Westbrook
W. Parker
Maroney

my keepers were LT and Westbrook. i traded LT, Steve Smith and Randy Moss for Portis, P. Manning and Harrison. i got Parker and Maroney in the draft.


in a public league i have:

L Johnson
Gore
McGahee
Kevin Jones
T Henry

i drafted LJ, Gore and McGahee, i got Jones and henry on FA.
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Postby bclay » Sun Oct 29, 2006 9:18 am

How about these RBs?

1. Larry Johnson - 1st
2. Willie Parker - 5th
3. Tatum Bell - 11th
4. Corey Dillon - 4th
5. Lawrence Maroney - 13th
6. Ahman Green - 9th
7. D'Angelo Williams - 14th

8 team - big money league.
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Postby The Miner Part 2 » Sun Oct 29, 2006 9:22 am

theimitator wrote:
tecmobowl12 wrote:Well you guys all suck!


really?!? that's what you come up with?

why don't you defend your decisions or state why someone would trade you Bulger or Grossman for Jacobs or Lundy?


if grossman was my number two id trade him for lundy in a heartbeat.
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Postby sorgi2evans » Sun Oct 29, 2006 10:15 am

Last year I had LT, LJ, Edge, and Lamont Jordan on the same team. This topic shall be closed and I shall be named the winner.
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Postby bclay » Sun Oct 29, 2006 12:08 pm

"Last year I had LT, LJ, Edge, and Lamont Jordan on the same team. This topic shall be closed and I shall be named the winner."

I think I"ve got you beat slightly. Last year here were my RB's (start 3)

LJ
LT2
Portis
J Jones
D. Foster

Unfortunately, we start 2 QB's and by the end of the year Bulger was hurt and A Brooks lost his job...
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Postby Thursday » Sun Oct 29, 2006 3:45 pm

Alright. RB corps bragging thread. I'm in!

Larry Johnson
Chester Taylor
Willis McGahee
Ahman Green
Wali Lundy
Dominic Rhodes
Marion Barber

Some trades helped that one out. But waiver wire-savviness helps too.
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