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Re: Anybody who thought they had a great team sitting at 0-5

Postby Kirby » Mon Oct 17, 2011 2:19 pm

my team started off 0-3, yet with the most points in the league. I have since won 3 in a row and am now 3-3

QB: Matt Ryan
RB: Rice
RB: MCfaden
WR: Welker
WR: Austin
WR: Wallace
TE: Finley
Flex: Fred Jackson
K: Janikowski
Def: rotates

Bench: Flacco, Hightower, Battle, Decker, Julio Jones, Fred Davis
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Re: Anybody who thought they had a great team sitting at 0-5

Postby ampant » Wed Oct 19, 2011 2:16 am

Update . . . . now 0-6

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Re: Anybody who thought they had a great team sitting at 0-5

Postby Chicago 2 » Thu Oct 27, 2011 9:01 am

Chicago 2 wrote:Tell me about it; however, looks like I'll be 1-4 barring a miracle :,-(

Turned around my team quite a bit, acquired Daniels, got Fitz for my backup QB spot & have Washington at WR & Hanson at kicker but I've had 620 points scored against me!!!

Post Draft Roster

QB Eli Manning
WR Dez Bryant
WR Kenny Britt IR
RB Matt Forte
RB Jamaal Charles IR
TE Brandon Pettigrew
W/R Frank Gore
BN James Starks
BN Sam Bradford
BN Mario Manningham
BN Jared Cook
BN Daniel Thomas
BN Marshawn Lynch

K Garret Hartley IR

DEF Giants

Now 2-5, team is starting to look alright after some moves, thinking I can make a run with a winnable matchup this week.

QB Eli Manning
WR Dez Bryant
WR Marques Colston
RB Matt Forte
RB Frank Gore
TE Owen Daniels
W/R DeMarco Murray
BN CJ Spiller
BN Tim Tebow
BN Steve Breaston
BN Marshawn Lynch
BN Daniel Thomas
BN Bernard Scott

K Josh Scobee

DEF Giants
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Anybody who thought they had a great team sitting at 0-5?

Postby curly » Thu Oct 27, 2011 9:16 am

I'm sitting at 3-4, started off 1-4 but made a few good pickups coupled with easier opponents. Made a trade that could make or break my season depending if Greene gets his points against some weak run defense off the bye week. I had some rough games to start after losing Charles and having Austin injured, but I've since traded him for Greene and Hernandez. Lost Moss last week and managed to get Manningham. Also made the move of starting Tebow and Murray last week. I have a tough opponent this week, but have faith that I can get to .500 finally

QB- Tebow, Freeman
RB- Gore, Murray, Greene, Tomlinson (soon replaced by Lynch)
WR- Megatron, Manningham, Brown, Holmes
TE- Hernandez, Watson (soon replaced with Keller)
K- Novak
DEF- IDPs


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Re: Anybody who thought they had a great team sitting at 0-5

Postby jwbseven » Thu Oct 27, 2011 4:36 pm

TEAM

QB - Rivers
WR - Steve Smith
WR - Marques Colston
RB - MJD
RB - Ray Rice
TE - Gates (Olsen)
W/R - Benson
DEF - Packers
K - Crosby

1 - 5 record.
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