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Postby jmog » Sat Aug 25, 2012 8:16 pm

10 team, really really odd scoring, but as close as can be explained in short.

QBs normal except 1 pt for 5 yards rushing instead of 10 (boosts guys like Vick, Newton, RGIII, Freeman, etc)
RBs normal except 1 pt for about 7 yards receiving instead of 10.
WRs 0.5 PPR
TEs 1 pt for every 5 yards receiving and 12 pt TDs.

Bonus pts for long TDs.

Starters

QB-M. Vick
RB-R. Rice
RB-M. Lynch
WR-AJ Green
WR-B. Marshall
TE-F. Davis
K-N. Kaeding
D-Houston

Bench
QB-J. Freeman
RB-R. Matthews (would start over Lynch once healthy)
RB-W. McGahee
WR-S. Smith (CAR)
WR-R. Wayne
WR-R. Moss
TE-D. Keller
TE-E. Dickson
K-R. Bullock
D-San Diego

Yes, we do have to draft 2 QBs, 2 Ks, and 2Ds, depth at RB/WR/TE is our discretion.

Lastly, you can imagine that TEs are huge in our league, we can start 2 TEs maximum, and 2 RBs maximum, other than that our 5 non QB position players are complete flex (0-2 RBs, 0-5 WRs, 0-2 TEs, just a total of 5).

I like my depth at RB/WR/TE which is big in our league.

I don't like Freeman as my backup when (not if) Vick gets hurt.
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Re: So How'd I do? WHIR

Postby JRsScoregasms » Sat Aug 25, 2012 9:00 pm

Wow, you know you're doing well when S. Smith is a backup. If Vick DOES stay healthy, how could you not win your league?
12 Team League -Non-PPR, 6pt passing TDs
QB: D.Brees
RB: D.McFadden
WR: G.Jennings
WR: M.Colston
RB/WR/TE: Dez Bryant
TE: M. Bennett
DEF: Patriots
K: S. Gostkowski
BENCH: Flacco, G-Ellis, Ridley, M. Crabtree, Ogletree, J. Kerley, A. Hernandez, Lions DEF
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Re: So How'd I do? WHIR

Postby GreekPimpSlap » Sat Aug 25, 2012 10:30 pm

I'm a huge fan of vick too. I'm weary of his health after already being hurt twice in the preseason. this being said, I'm not a fan of freeman of a backup. I would do what i can to get a better backup.

You're RB's are good. potentially great.

WR's are excellent as well with SSmith as an alternate.Wayne and Moss could be really good trade bait if they have huge weeks early but they're getting a bit long in the tooth

thanks for the help with mine
QB: Robert Griffin III, Michael Vick
RB: Arian Foster, Trent Richardson, Willis McGahee
WR: Victor Cruz, Andre Johnson, Malcom Floyd,Kendall Wright, Kevin Ogletree
TE: Dennis Pitta, Heath Miller
D/ST: Texans
K: Greg Zuerlein
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Re: So How'd I do? WHIR

Postby Lightzout36 » Sun Aug 26, 2012 12:58 am

I agree with the post above, if Matthews comes back and STAYS healthy you will be looking GREAT at RB.

Of course, the main success of your team depends on the Health of Vick. If he plays 16 games I think you are a sure LOCK for the playoffs.

I would try to get Ftizpatrick, Locker, Ponder instead of Freeman (just my 2 cents) for your back up.

Overall very nice draft.

CHeck mine out:
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Re: So How'd I do? WHIR

Postby jmog » Sun Aug 26, 2012 1:19 pm

If Vick gets hurt and Freeman isn't doing much, I can get any of those (Fitz, Ponder, Locker, etc) off WW. Our league went 21 deep on QBs and those 3 are still available.
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Re: So How'd I do? WHIR

Postby babiiverson » Sun Aug 26, 2012 3:45 pm

jmog wrote:10 team, really really odd scoring, but as close as can be explained in short.

QBs normal except 1 pt for 5 yards rushing instead of 10 (boosts guys like Vick, Newton, RGIII, Freeman, etc)
RBs normal except 1 pt for about 7 yards receiving instead of 10.
WRs 0.5 PPR
TEs 1 pt for every 5 yards receiving and 12 pt TDs.

Bonus pts for long TDs.

Starters

QB-M. Vick
RB-R. Rice
RB-M. Lynch
WR-AJ Green
WR-B. Marshall
TE-F. Davis
K-N. Kaeding
D-Houston

Bench
QB-J. Freeman
RB-R. Matthews (would start over Lynch once healthy)
RB-W. McGahee
WR-S. Smith (CAR)
WR-R. Wayne
WR-R. Moss
TE-D. Keller
TE-E. Dickson
K-R. Bullock
D-San Diego

Yes, we do have to draft 2 QBs, 2 Ks, and 2Ds, depth at RB/WR/TE is our discretion.

Lastly, you can imagine that TEs are huge in our league, we can start 2 TEs maximum, and 2 RBs maximum, other than that our 5 non QB position players are complete flex (0-2 RBs, 0-5 WRs, 0-2 TEs, just a total of 5).

I like my depth at RB/WR/TE which is big in our league.

I don't like Freeman as my backup when (not if) Vick gets hurt.


Sick team, your WR core is good for your scoring league considering how highly targeted Marshall and Green will be. Did Graham/Gronk go in round 1? 12 pt TE TD's is pretty crazy. I'd try to package Lynch+Smith+someone else for one of them.
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Re: So How'd I do? WHIR

Postby jmog » Sun Aug 26, 2012 4:24 pm

Graham went 2nd overall and Gronk went 3rd. Gates went 8th or 9th in the first rd as well.

27 TEs chosen in our 10 team 18 round draft.
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Re: So How'd I do? WHIR

Postby jmog » Sun Aug 26, 2012 5:00 pm

babiiverson wrote:
Sick team, your WR core is good for your scoring league considering how highly targeted Marshall and Green will be. Did Graham/Gronk go in round 1? 12 pt TE TD's is pretty crazy. I'd try to package Lynch+Smith+someone else for one of them.


I put out trade feelers for Graham and Gronk.

Given our scoring system they went 2nd/3rd overall respectively.

I am offering Lynch and a WR like Smith or Marshall (crazy stupid trade in any other league, but in ours the team with the TE probably won't take it).

I would rather trade Lynch than Matthews even though Matthews is hurt because of where I drafted Matthews I can keep him for next season. I can not keep Lynch as he is a keeper from last season (we can only keep guys 1 time).

I do not want to trade Rice or Green from my RB/WR core, but the others are options to get a top tier TE, I even offered to go with 1 of the WRs or 1 of the RBs and Fred Davis to upgrade at TE. Graham/Gronk are the only two TEs I would go that far to trade for.
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Re: So How'd I do? WHIR

Postby yaluoza » Sun Aug 26, 2012 5:29 pm

Thanks for the help, appreciated. Your team looks real good with or without the trade. Im not sure about the scoring system but you're championship calibre from my experience.
Qb: RGIII, Pryor
Rb: Spiller, Charles, Bryce Brown, Fred Jax, D.Brown, Ogbonnaya
Wr: V-Jax, Boldin, D-jax, T.williams, Collie
Te: Olsen, Gronk
Def: chiefs
K: Bailey
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Re: So How'd I do? WHIR

Postby Thor » Sun Aug 26, 2012 5:44 pm

I think you're looking good. I think it's obvious though that Vick could make or break your season. I would venture to say break because he can't stay healthy. I wouldn't touch him this year with a 20 foot pole(and I'm an Eagles fan). Hopefully he holds up for me as a fan and for your fantasy team. Otherwise you look very solid. Thanks for the comment on my disaster..LOL
14 Team 5 pts per 5 receptions
QB, 2RBs, 3WRs, TE, FLEX(WR/TE), K, DST
QB- Romo, Freeman, Manuel
RB- Sproles, J Bell, Bernard, W McGahee
WR - Megatron, D Bryant, V Brown, A Jeffery, R Randle, P Harvin(IR)
TE- J Graham, Sudfeld
K- Hartley
DST - Dallas
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