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Postby tareed1979 » Mon Jun 21, 2004 10:00 pm

I'll give it a go as long as it is a slow draft. 10 or twelve teams is fine with me.

Hey Turnip,
The Pack has a great home schedule this year: Ohio St, Miami and FSU. Too bad they are going to lose to ECU in Charlotte to end the year.
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Postby Turnip » Mon Jun 21, 2004 10:05 pm

tareed1979 wrote:I'll give it a go as long as it is a slow draft. 10 or twelve teams is fine with me.

Hey Turnip,
The Pack has a great home schedule this year: Ohio St, Miami and FSU. Too bad they are going to lose to ECU in Charlotte to end the year.


Yeah I'm excited about the football season and I hope to go to most of the games even though life without Rivers will be difficult. As for ECU....hahahahaha, you MUST be talking about baseball :-D
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Postby proKrastinate » Mon Jun 21, 2004 10:12 pm

what does everyone think about divisions of 4 teams if we have 12 managers?

then the winner of each division is guranteed a playoff birth and the others go for win percentage etc like NFL
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Postby JohnnyTitan » Mon Jun 21, 2004 10:22 pm

I like it. How many wildcards though?
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Postby Vikes_Fan2823 » Mon Jun 21, 2004 10:24 pm

Updated list of owners:

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(1 more team and we can get started :-) )

I guess I wouldn't mind doing a slow draft, but I wanna try to keep the time per pick within 6 hours if possible.

I like the idea of 3 divisions. We could have 3 division winners and then a wild card team for the playoffs.

I think we will go with 4th & Long Fantasy League as the name, great idea Johnny ;-D

I think there should be a larger amount of keepers. My idea is to have 4 keepers, and then a 5th would result in losing their 1st round draft pick. Now, tell me how the loss of the draft pick would work. Say it is a 12-team league. Would there just be 11 picks in the first round, or would another team get their pick?
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16-team PPR Keeper League
QB: T. Romo, V. Young
RB: M. Turner, B. Wells, T. Hightower
WR: A. Johnson, J. Ford, N. Burleson, A. Roberts, J. Simpson
TE: D. Clark, J. Cook
K: R. Gould
D/ST: Cardinals
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Postby rhsrizzo » Mon Jun 21, 2004 10:48 pm

Im down for joining a keeper league at ground level. This will be my first keeper league, but I'm a 5 year yahoo veteran with 4 titles, so I think I could hold my own in a keeper league.
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Postby Frozen Eagle » Mon Jun 21, 2004 10:50 pm

If you still have room I would like in.
I like the suggestions so far!
my email is [url]mailto:jnjlavin@yesiwood.com[/url]
Whoever is in charge email me and I can get you my info.
I am kind of new but very dedicated! ;-D
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Postby JohnnyTitan » Mon Jun 21, 2004 11:20 pm

I like the four keepers, though I saw something in one league I liked. They had 1 or 2 rookie keepers, I can't remember which. You had your 3 or 4 regular keepers & then rookie keepers. They were players you drafted that year that were never activated. Basically it gave you the ability to develop a player. I'm not sure how it would work. We could go with 3 keepers & then 1 rookie keeper. The player would be ineligible for rookie keeper if you activated him at all that season. Maybe you wouldn't have to lose a draft pick by keeping 3 vets & 1 rookie. This might be leaning too much toward dynasty style leagues. Let me know what you think.
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Postby Vikes_Fan2823 » Mon Jun 21, 2004 11:26 pm

How does this sound:

You get 3 keepers and 1 rookie keeper, plus one optional pick. For the rookie keeper, He would be inactive for the season, and wouldn't count as a roster spot. It would kinda like being on the DL.

What do you think of that?
16-team PPR Keeper League
QB: T. Romo, V. Young
RB: M. Turner, B. Wells, T. Hightower
WR: A. Johnson, J. Ford, N. Burleson, A. Roberts, J. Simpson
TE: D. Clark, J. Cook
K: R. Gould
D/ST: Cardinals
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Postby JohnnyTitan » Mon Jun 21, 2004 11:32 pm

Sounds good. Any loss of pick for that optional pick?
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