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Postby Cornbread Maxwell » Wed Dec 31, 2003 4:01 pm

Buckychudd wrote:Ok, for those of you who can't keep up.....

The top numbers are this year's rushing yard totals for each player, the bottom numbers are his predictions for next year's total yardage for each player (including both rush and recieving yards).


Phew! Thanks for clearing that up.
lol

I still am gonna take Larry Johnson with my top pick next yr - he ran for over 2000 yds in college. Its only a matter of time before Holmes gets benched in favor of the much more talented Johnson.
Tiki will get injured during the preseason, and 2004 will be the yr of the Dayne - watch! He was a heisman winner ya know.








ok, now, for those of you who cant keep up, I am just messin. sheesh! ;-)
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Postby deftdelivery » Wed Dec 31, 2003 4:06 pm

Cornbread Maxwell wrote:
Buckychudd wrote:Ok, for those of you who can't keep up.....

The top numbers are this year's rushing yard totals for each player, the bottom numbers are his predictions for next year's total yardage for each player (including both rush and recieving yards).


Phew! Thanks for clearing that up.
lol

I still am gonna take Larry Johnson with my top pick next yr - he ran for over 2000 yds in college. Its only a matter of time before Holmes gets benched in favor of the much more talented Johnson.
Tiki will get injured during the preseason, and 2004 will be the yr of the Dayne - watch! He was a heisman winner ya know.








ok, now, for those of you who cant keep up, I am just messin. sheesh! ;-)


some of us are just a little slow around here ;-D
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Postby Buckychudd » Wed Dec 31, 2003 4:20 pm

deftdelivery wrote:
Cornbread Maxwell wrote:
Buckychudd wrote:Ok, for those of you who can't keep up.....

The top numbers are this year's rushing yard totals for each player, the bottom numbers are his predictions for next year's total yardage for each player (including both rush and recieving yards).


Phew! Thanks for clearing that up.
lol

I still am gonna take Larry Johnson with my top pick next yr - he ran for over 2000 yds in college. Its only a matter of time before Holmes gets benched in favor of the much more talented Johnson.
Tiki will get injured during the preseason, and 2004 will be the yr of the Dayne - watch! He was a heisman winner ya know.








ok, now, for those of you who cant keep up, I am just messin. sheesh! ;-)


some of us are just a little slow around here ;-D


I was speaking mainly to the North & South Carolina people on this post.....they're a little slow.
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Postby Canacuna » Wed Dec 31, 2003 4:57 pm

Next year is going to be an awesome year for RBs. There's so much depth there, it really doesn't matter where fantasy owners draft next season. The only difference is whether you'll be drafting an uber-stud, or just a plain 'ol stud.
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Postby Go Vikes » Sat Jan 03, 2004 10:36 pm

Here are my predictions for next year.

1. Ladainian Tomlinson 1,893
2. Deuce McAllister 1,765
3. Ricky Williams 1,723
4. Edge 1,694
5. J. Lewis 1,678
6. S. Alexander 1,643
7. A. Green 1,598
8. Portis 1,572
9. McGahee 1,521
10. Henry 1,467
11.Barlow 1, 462


634. Najeh Daventrain -65(He gets mixed up which way to go and gets tackled in the backfield on his first play and is out for the season)
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Postby M_Zimm_ffc » Sat Jan 03, 2004 10:44 pm

Buckychudd wrote:
deftdelivery wrote:
Cornbread Maxwell wrote:
Buckychudd wrote:Ok, for those of you who can't keep up.....

The top numbers are this year's rushing yard totals for each player, the bottom numbers are his predictions for next year's total yardage for each player (including both rush and recieving yards).


Phew! Thanks for clearing that up.
lol

I still am gonna take Larry Johnson with my top pick next yr - he ran for over 2000 yds in college. Its only a matter of time before Holmes gets benched in favor of the much more talented Johnson.
Tiki will get injured during the preseason, and 2004 will be the yr of the Dayne - watch! He was a heisman winner ya know.








ok, now, for those of you who cant keep up, I am just messin. sheesh! ;-)


some of us are just a little slow around here ;-D


I was speaking mainly to the North & South Carolina people on this post.....they're a little slow.
:-D :-] ;-) ;-7 O:-) :-b }:-) :-° :-) :*) :-B :-? 8-o

Oh, shut up...
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Postby KingGhidra » Sat Jan 03, 2004 11:07 pm

Go Vikes wrote:Here are my predictions for next year.

1. Ladainian Tomlinson 1,893
2. Deuce McAllister 1,765
3. Ricky Williams 1,723
4. Edge 1,694
5. J. Lewis 1,678
6. S. Alexander 1,643
7. A. Green 1,598
8. Portis 1,572
9. McGahee 1,521
10. Henry 1,467
11.Barlow 1, 462


634. Najeh Daventrain -65(He gets mixed up which way to go and gets tackled in the backfield on his first play and is out for the season)


Just out of curiosity, how do you come up with predictions accurate to the ones digit?

Also... how in the hell are McGahee and Henry gonna combine for 3000 yards? Are you predicting Henry goes somewhere else?
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Postby Canacuna » Sat Jan 03, 2004 11:15 pm

I wish the Bills would admit that they made a mistake in drafting McGahee and trade him. Henry is a stud. He puts up awesome numbers, plays with serious injuries when the team is out of playoff contention, and the Bills repay him by putting him in a RBBC? Bah.

It is the Bills, though. They'll probably bench Henry before they admit they made a mistake by drafting McGahee. Then again, I'm not one of those people who think that McGahee is the second coming of Barry Sanders, Walter Payton, James Brown, Clinton Portis, or whatever like some people think he is.
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Postby srthree » Sat Jan 03, 2004 11:36 pm

Go Vikes wrote:Here are my predictions for next year.

1. Ladainian Tomlinson 1,893
2. Deuce McAllister 1,765
3. Ricky Williams 1,723
4. Edge 1,694
5. J. Lewis 1,678
6. S. Alexander 1,643
7. A. Green 1,598
8. Portis 1,572
9. McGahee 1,521
10. Henry 1,467
11.Barlow 1, 462


634. Najeh Daventrain -65(He gets mixed up which way to go and gets tackled in the backfield on his first play and is out for the season)



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Postby Guest » Sun Jan 04, 2004 12:08 am

please somone explain this to me why in the hell does duece freakin crap out at the end of the year every year i had duece and portis this year and that totally sucked during the playoffs(fantasy) but anyways i think LT2 will be either one or 2, the other guy i think that has a chance of beating him is portis thats because they can pass, they have a good d and denver can run on anybody. portis will pass him (unless he's hurt), and the reason i dont think j lew will be as good as he was this past year is because i think people will start looking to hurt him and to start stripping the football, hes not very good at holding on to the ball.


but hey what do i know im an idiot
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