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10 team. standard scoring 2 qbs WHIR

Postby BricTheGreat » Sun Aug 14, 2011 8:47 pm

STARTERS
QB1: Romo
QB2: Stafford
RB1: Foster
RB2: Ray Rice
WR1: Nicks
WR2: Maclin
FLEX: BJGE
TE: Owen Daniels
K: Hartley
DST:Steelers

BACKUPS
QB: McCoy
QB: Dalton
RB: Tolbert
RB: Spiller
WR: Sydney Rice
WR: Garson
WR: MSW
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Re: 10 team. standard scoring 2 qbs WHIR

Postby LMack » Sun Aug 14, 2011 10:03 pm

This team is solid.

I'm a bit worried about BJGE due to the crowded New England backfield, and Jeremy Maclin's strange illness. But with that being said, you have two top 5 backs and a borderline top 5 wideout. Foster, Rice and Nicks should be consistent top level performers. I like your QBs and the upside of Matt Stafford.

Good luck in 2011 ;-D
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Re: 10 team. standard scoring 2 qbs WHIR

Postby strife22 » Mon Aug 15, 2011 7:31 pm

If Stafford can remain healthy you should have some solid output in your QB position. Your RB's are beastly, and there's obviously room to move BJGE out of flex and someone else in depending on how the rest of the preseason turns out. Can't go wrong with Maclin or Nicks in any lineup. I'm guessing most of the other people in the league decided to go with QB's early, which set you up for solid RB drafts? Good luck man, solid team.
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Re: 10 team. standard scoring 2 qbs WHIR

Postby Cubsfan2803 » Tue Aug 16, 2011 10:41 am

Same what the other two said, I like Owen Daniels a lot this year, but there are a lto of potential sleeper TEs out there this year. It could never hurt to go and issure yourself with a backup.

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