bagobonez wrote:That's the danger to loading up with players from the same team. If the offense does bad, you're likely going to lose. Furthermore, if the offense does bad for a season, your season is shot.
Agree 100%...Brees and Bush were part of the plan, Colston was the only choice for me in the 4th as Evans went right before me. I just couldn't pick Plax or Moss over Colston. While there will be some games the Saints O plays badly, I really don't see last night being the norm.
Wilson Forte,Morris,Ivory,B.Brown,M.Christine,B.Bolden Cobb,VJax,DeSean,M.Floyd,L.Moore V.Davis Posluszny M.Bryant Colts
well lastnight was an example on the advantages of having a lot of players on one team being good, and bad... if you had saints, bad, but if u had colts, very good! if some1 had peyton, reggie, and addai, they should win their week! granted these 3 could only be acquired in a 3 person league, but it does show that you can succeed with multiple players on one team. some thought the saints offense was comparable to the colts in some respects, so its not a sin to have those 3 on one team, but the problem is this: brees had a career yr last season, gonna be tough to repeat... colston came outta nowhere and needs to do it one more yr before hes considered a top tier wr... and reggie bush, great back, great talent, but hes in a rbbc... these are the reasons why i think this season itll be impossible for these 3 to compare to the 3 that i mentioned above
12 Team .5 PPR Money League 1st Place 8-4 (1456.70 Pts)
QB Schaub WR RWayne WR Driver RB DWill RB RGrant TE VDavis W/R Mendenhall K Tynes DEF WW BENCH TJHoush,DMC,Winslow,DAvery,Arizonas D (for Playoffs)