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My second year playing FF, 12 teams, standard scoring

Postby BuckeyeJack » Sun Sep 04, 2011 5:57 pm

I picked 5th in a 12-team standard scoring league. I waited until round 7 to pick a quarterback and stocked up on RB's and WR's. This is only my second year playing fantasy, and would love any comments.

I'm MUCH happier with this draft as opposed to my last year's draft. Got most of the people I was targeting in each round.

Each week you can start 1 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 1 TE, K, DEF. No flex. Also have the option to run 1 RB and 4 WR's.

QB1 - Josh Freeman, TB
QB2 - Ryan Fitzpatrick, BUF

RB1 - Ray Rice, BAL
RB2 - Ahmad Bradshaw, NY
RB3 - Fred Jackson, BUF
RB4 - Mike Tolbert, SD
RB5 - Delone Carter, IND
RB6 - Derrick Ward, HOU

WR1 - Hakeem Nicks, NY
WR2 - Miles Austin, DAL
WR3 - Jeremy Maclin, PHI
WR4 - Robert Meachem, NO
WR5 - Earl Bennett, CHI

TE1 - Owen Daniels, HOU

DEF - Kansas City Chiefs

K - Sebastian Janikowski, OAK
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Re: My second year playing FF, 12 teams, standard scoring

Postby 11stever11 » Sun Sep 04, 2011 6:04 pm

i like the draft strategy you did, freeman is going to be top 10 and getting him in round 7 is good. i think fred jackson is underated and should give you solid rb2 production at rb3. i am sure there is something better on the wire like a greg little then earl bennet. i think you did a fine job overall though, should be a playoff team.
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