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Postby Cradle of Filth » Tue Nov 04, 2003 5:10 pm

5-4 with a practical Pro-Bowl.

Matt Hasselbeck
Terrell Owens
Hines Ward
Eric Moulds
Daniel Graham (recently traded Shockey and Brian Simmons for Moulds)
Travis Henry
Marshall Faulk - Michael Pittman

Janikowski

Julian Peterson
Anthony Simmons
David Thornton
James Farrior
Andra Davis
Travian Smith
Antwoine Winfield
Greg Wesley
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Postby moochman » Tue Nov 04, 2003 6:45 pm

How 'bout 4-5
Here is my teamStandard Yahoo scoring.
Steve McNair..................Tom Brady
Steven Davis...Travis Henry...Curtis Maritn
Duce Staley.................DeShawn Foster
Marvin Harrison...Plaxico Burress
Dante Stallworth...David Boston...Jerry Porter
LJ Smith(new edidtion)....Ryan Longwell
Steelers D...9ers D
I am the 4th highest scoring team in my league and am in 7th place out of 12 teams. On the bright side the fisrt place team is 7-2, so there is hope.
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Postby Bukoski77 » Tue Nov 04, 2003 8:13 pm

start out 3-0, now 3-6. The highest scored upon team in the frigging league is me.

12 team H-H keeper league. Rewards yardage heavily.

QB J. Garcia, T. Maddux, Q. Carter
RB R. Williams, F. Taylor, J. Bettis, L. Betts, L. Toefield
WR P. Burress, D. Boston, D. Jackson, P Price, P Warrick
K J. Wilkins,
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LB Z. Thomas
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Postby Guest » Tue Nov 04, 2003 11:23 pm

I don't know if anyone can beat this:
10 team yahoo league, i have the most points in the league, but i'm 8th place. My team is:
Bulger
Chad Johnson, Harrison, driver, Burress, Bruce, K. Robinson
LT, Henry, Garner, M. Faulk
Shockey, Heap
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Postby The Super Freak » Wed Nov 05, 2003 10:38 am

names don't get you points it's all in da matchup man
Moss IS the best WR in the game...
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Postby ynot » Wed Nov 05, 2003 10:59 am

The Super Freak wrote:names don't get you points it's all in da matchup man


Absolutely correct. The fact is we all stink at this from time to time because it is all about the matchups and our evaluation of them.

Look at my team below. I am in 5th place yet I have scored 1041 points this year. The first place team has scored 821! In a head-to-head league matchups are king and I've blown it a few times this year in my evaluation of them.

A points only league will offer you a purer form of competition but a head-to-head league offers a more direct form of competition.

Points only rewards the good team manager, drafter, and working the waiver wire. Whereas H2H rewards the manager who can evaluate matchups both in the NFL and matchups with the team he is going against that week.

I personally like both for their own merits.

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Postby The Dude_ffc » Wed Nov 05, 2003 12:09 pm

I'm 5-4 with this team in 12 team h2h league:

Gannon, Pennington, Maddox
Portis, Garner, Dunn, Shipp
Owens, Holt, Gardner, Porter
Franks
Longwell
Cowboys

Big bye week coming up so I don't know if I will be 5-5 after this week which would probably eliminate me. I think qb's and Owens has hurt me the most.
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Postby Leprechaun » Wed Nov 05, 2003 2:21 pm

5-4 with

QB BUlger/Hass
WR TO, Hines, Driver/Mason
RB Priest Jamal
K Janikowski
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Postby foreverabearsfan » Wed Nov 05, 2003 2:25 pm

i prefer raw points, because it suits me better - having a good player in rough times is ok because you know he'll get you the -points later - for example, i don't have TO but i have a feeling he will explode any day now.
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Postby Redskins Win » Wed Nov 05, 2003 5:51 pm

I scoff at you all . . . my team is the best suck ass team ever 2-7
With the exception of a few pick ups the core players were pretty much drafted, Ramsey, Davis, James, A johnson, booker, boston i think i even drafted muhammad, no one will trade, and it's a 12 team league, and it's pretty thin on WW. Not to mention a guy watches tv beside his computer, and snags every nugget on sunday.


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RB S. Davis, E. James, E George, M. Bennett, L Johnson
WR A. Johnson, Booker, Muhammad, Finneran, Boston
TE Bubba
K Kasay
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