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Postby l1sten » Fri Aug 19, 2011 8:34 am

Hey Guys,

Keeper system was a little weird, but this is the squad I ended up with. I think it's solid but have concerns about the frailty of the RB's and the fact that I wasn't able to land a cuff for best. Any advice? How do you guys feel about this; should I deal something to get another starting caliber RB?

How do you think the team is overall?

QB - Brady, Bradford
RB - Bradshaw, Best, M.Bush, B.Jacobs, M.Hardesty, M.Barber, I.Redman
WR - C.Johnson, Nicks, Collie
TE - Olsen, Z.Miller
D/ST - Eagles
K - Henery

Thanks, WHIR.
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Re: 12 Man .5PPR

Postby Battaglia » Fri Aug 19, 2011 3:05 pm

I like your roster. Obviously RB is your weakest spot but I think that;s ok considering the depth you have at WR. I really like all three of them. I also like the Bradford pick, that could give you some real flexibility when it comes to trading a QB. Mcdaniels does wonders with QB's.
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Re: 12 Man .5PPR

Postby B3N1ZJAM1N » Fri Aug 19, 2011 6:32 pm

My problem with your roster is your RB weakness, but you made the choice to veer from them when you went heavy on WR and drafted Brady early. So considering your plan when you drafted your team is very nice. Both Bradshaw and Best could be great this year, but they are injury risks. Since you decided to grab am elite QB and go heavy on WRs I wouldn't suggest trading either for a better RB because as I said, you decided to go that way when you drafted
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