I dont know thats its awesome, but now that I have your attention.....
12 team league, standard scoring with PPR. we play 1 QB 2 Rbs 3 WRs 1 TE a flex Def and Kicker.
I had the 11th pick:
QB: P manning
RBs: M. Lynch, D. Murray, D. Brown, M. Ingram
WRs: P. Harvin, B. lloyd, Djax, L Moore, A collie, S moss
TE J Witten, K winslow
what do you think? My biggest regrets: should have backed up manning, rivers was there in like rd 9, took lloyd in the 4th when maclin colston and bryant were there, took brown when benson was there.
I'd give the team a B+, I have 2 RBs I think will be studs, a QB who should be pretty good if not rock solid ( yeah, some risk, I know, but the broncos gave him 100 million bucks) good WR core with some upside a good TE in witten when he gets back, brown or ingram should be good flex guys,and a good D.
whats do you think, be brutally honest, ill rate yours thanks
I don't see huge studs at any position. I'm not saying that your team isn't good, I'm just saying that at 11 I would have expected McFadden at RB or maybe a top tier QB. If those guys were gone I think Julio Jones, White, AJ, Cruz or the likes would have been available Late rd. 1 or early rd. 2.
With that said, I think Harvin will produce exceptionally in your scoring format and I think Lynch always has Beast pontential! I'm not knocking your team and I think you will do well, I'm just thinking that a big name player should have hit your roster in the first or early second. Good Job and Good luck this season!
Agree with the general sentiment above: no position jumps out as "holy crap, that's AWESOME!," but at the same time, nothing strikes me as poor, either...other than potentially TE, as I'm not big on Witten this year (but that's just me).
I'm not huge on Lynch (especially in PPR), either, but again, that's just me; lots of other, smarter people like him quite a bit, and he's certainly got a hefty workload coming his way. I do like Murray, though, and think both Brown and Ingram could be in line for big jumps by the middle of the season. For WR, Harvin and Lloyd should both be solid options this year, and DJax obviously has good upside even with his inconsistency.
My recommendations would be similar to what's been said: drop Winslow and see if you can find a sleeper/high-upside TE on waivers (e.g., Rudolph, Bennett) or potential TE2. Could also look into finding a backup QB such as Locker, Wilson, or Ponder, but that's less pressing and would require that you drop Moss, Moore, or Collie (of the three, I'd pick Moore; least breakout potential of the bunch).
(0.5 PPR, 12-team league) QB: Vick, RG3 RB: McFadden, Matthews, K. Smith, R. Williams, M. Goodson WR: Nicks, S. Smith, Britt, LaFell TE: Hernandez, Pitta K: Bironas DEF: Spot start (Cin in wk4)
I like your team, but I'd say you stretched big time taking Brandon Lloyd over Colston, Dez Bryant, even Maclin. Those guys on their respective teams are all higher options than Lloyd. But, you gotta like Lloyds upside of reuniting with McDaniels so you never no. I like Witten still more than most. Help with mine: viewtopic.php?t=517770
TitsMcGahee wrote:I like your team, but I'd say you stretched big time taking Brandon Lloyd over Colston, Dez Bryant, even Maclin. Those guys on their respective teams are all higher options than Lloyd. But, you gotta like Lloyds upside of reuniting with McDaniels so you never no. I like Witten still more than most. Help with mine: viewtopic.php?t=517770
as soon as I made the pick for lloyd and passed up those guys I regretted it. every one of them was there. I saw the upside/McD connection, went with it. we'll see. I am usually very risk averse and like steady known commodities. agree 100%.