2ksports wrote: biju wrote:
2ksports wrote:QB1 - expecting 4000 and 25
QB2 - expecting 3500 and 25
WR1 - expecting 1400 and 15
WR2 - expecting 1400 and 15
WR3 - expecting 1200 and 11
RB1 - expecting 1200/10 and 500/3
RB2 - expecting 1200/10 and 500/3
TE - expecting 800/8
things never go as expected... but I am expecting those things from my team personally. If things don't go as planned, I probably won't be winning the league.
I think if you go into the season expecting that you're going to be sorely disappointed...especially if that's what you're expecting from the team listed below. And I think we've already discussed the 500 yards receiving for a RB...
I think he asked from the position... not any specific player. which means I'm playing best matchup or whoever is hot. If you take those backs on their good weeks... I don't see why not.
I guess I fail to see how you can possibly "expect" those kinds of numbers from the different spots on your roster...they are rather "unreachable" in general. I feel like this might be more of what you think guys "upside" might be when you draft them rather than what you really fully "expect" them to do.
Because really, if you look at how many guys every year get the kind of numbers you're expecting...there aren't many.
Based on your numbers, here's how many achieved those marks last season:
QB2: 0 (that aren't already considered QB1)
Since there was only 1 RB
with 500 receiving yards in each of the past 2 years, I'll do 1700 total yards and 13 TDs as the mark.
So can you honestly say these are "expectations" when there are barely any (if any) guys who really are going to achieve them in the entire NFL much less that many on your team?