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Postby LJ's Crush » Mon Aug 29, 2011 8:27 am

20 deep bench with the following 3 QB's 1(R) 5 RB 1(R) 5 WR 1(R) 3 TE 1(R) 2 K 2 DEF
10 Team league

Standard points scoring with exception of double points for 45+ yard TD's/FG'

QB-Micheal Vick,Josh Freeman, (R)Cam Newton
RB-Chris Johnson,Peyton Hillis,Javid Best,Reggie Bush, (R)Alex Green
WR-Dez Bryant,Mario Manighham,Sidney Rice,Jerome Simpson,(R)Titus Young
TE-Dallas Clark, Greg Olon,(R)DJ Williamsl
K-Nick Folk,Jay Feely
Def-Baltimore,Houstin

So What do you think of my future and rookies are weak except CaM Newton right any hope for the others?
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Re: Dynsty Draft #6th pick WHIR

Postby WaCougMBS » Mon Aug 29, 2011 1:13 pm

How big of a league is this? Your rookies don't wow me, but I think you got some solid guys in Newton, Green and Young as far as down-the-road upside. You have a good situation at QB, RB and TE, and other than some depth issues at WR I think you're fine there if your guys stay healthy. Without complete league size, etc. I can't say with 100% certainty, but I"d say you did a pretty good job and have some upside. I'd put you in the "B" range, and there's nothing wrong with that ;-D
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Re: Dynsty Draft #6th pick WHIR

Postby LJ's Crush » Mon Aug 29, 2011 6:58 pm

Yea its a 10 team league didn't focus on the rookies much they were integrated into are vet draft for the first year. Hoping Newton can be the new vick of the future though.Not to happy with mark sanchez as my backup, but when i was planning on taking a backup Freeman Staford Kolb and Bradford were all taken then it was my turn kinda got screwed.Also when I picked my first wr in the 4th round they were all wiped clean so I took the two with the highest upside.
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Re: Dynsty Draft #6th pick WHIR

Postby Bravos of Steel » Mon Aug 29, 2011 7:22 pm

LJ's Crush wrote:20 deep bench with the following 3 QB's 1(R) 5 RB 1(R) 5 WR 1(R) 3 TE 1(R) 2 K 2 DEF

Standard points scoring with exception of double points for 45+ yard TD's/FG'

QB-Micheal Vick,Mark Sanchez, (R)Cam Newton
RB-Chris Johnson,Peyton Hillis,Javid Best,Reggie Bush, (R)Alex Green
WR-Dez Bryant,Mario Manighham,Sidney Rice,Jerome Simpson,(R)Titus Young
TE-Dallas Clark, Greg Olon,(R)DJ Williams
K-Nick Folk,Jay Feely
Def-Baltimore,Houstin

So What do you think of my future and rookies are weak except CaM Newton right any hope for the others?


QB - Michael Vick is a definite top 5 QB in the league, and is probably the most electric player to watch. He's proven he can dominate games, but can he stay healthy? You could do worse than have Sanchez as a backup QB. I like the flyer on Newton, here's to hoping he pans out.

RB - Solid group of guys. Obviously Chris Johnson is a perennial stud. Peyton Hillis and Jahvid Best could both be solid RB2s, and even Reggie Bush could potentially be as well. Great group, and great depth.

WR - These could use a little work. LOVE the Dez Bryant pick, but other than that, it leaves a bit to be desired. Manningham is a solid WR3 in my opinion, and you do have some high upside guys in Rice and Simpson, but one of those guys has to pan out to be a strong WR group.

TE - Dallas Clark is one of the most consistent TEs in the league, you know what you're getting with him. Greg Olsen is a solid backup.

DEF - Baltimore is an undisputed top 5 defense in the league, great job. Houston's a pretty average defense, but odds are you won't be using them much.

Overall, pretty solid. WRs could use a little work, but other than that, you got the tools to eventually get into the playoffs in my opinion.

Help with mine?

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Re: Dynsty Draft #6th pick WHIR

Postby LJ's Crush » Mon Aug 29, 2011 9:44 pm

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