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Postby dajet00 » Wed Sep 08, 2004 7:08 pm

I am in a league where you draft two real NFL teams and you pick up everyone up on that team.
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Postby proncis » Wed Sep 08, 2004 7:26 pm

i think that there was already a post about this subject.

but as a Seattle homer, I'll say Seahawks. On offense, at all positions they are strong and really starting to click. Jerramy Stevens is finally playing to potential.

On defense, they have a chance to be much better. Quite opportunistic, and during the off-season they went out of their way to improve their defense.

Other teams, Chiefs, Broncos, Titans.

How does the scoring work out? What gets weighted heavier? Offense or Defense?
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Postby roninmedia » Wed Sep 08, 2004 7:27 pm

Tier 1
Indy, Seattle, KC, NO, Minnesota

Tier 2
Philly, Cincy, Washington, Baltimore, Rams, Green Bay

Tier 3
Houston, Jacksonville, Patriots, Tennessee, Denver, Buffalo, SD, Jets

Tier 4
Tampa, Carolina, Detroit, Giants, Dallas

Tier 5
Pittsburgh, San Fran, Atlanta, Chicago, Cleveland, Arizona, Miami, Oakland


I wouldn't mind taking Baltimore/NE + a high powered offensive team

Heres a Baltimore/Indy
QB: Manning, Boller
WR: Harrison, Wayne, Kevin Johnson
RB: Jamal, Edge
TE: Heap
DEF: Baltimore
K: Vandy

Top 2 QB, Top 2 Wr, Top 2 TE, Top 2 DEF, Top 2 Kicker, Two top 10 backs.
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Postby portisfan24 » Wed Sep 08, 2004 7:28 pm

that sounds like an interesting league. As much as I hate to admit it the top two are probabaly the colts and seahawks. the rams and to a lesser extent the cvhiefs will be ok. a good sleeper would be detroit and chicago.
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Postby Trap » Wed Sep 08, 2004 8:05 pm

This isnt really related. But I was thinking today of what the best All-White team could possibly be in fantasy football. But then I laughed when I thought of the RBs and WRs I would have to start.
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Postby ttz » Wed Sep 08, 2004 11:53 pm

I won a league with a primary seattle team last year. I did a ram team last year too but had ahman instead of faulk. I dominated regular season but lost to garcias 4 td day in the playoffs.
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Postby xseven » Thu Sep 09, 2004 12:15 am

picking 2 teams-
You would have to have the Chiefs be one of them, and then pair them up w/ a team w/ good receivers.

T, Green
P Holmes
T Gonzalez

Probably Minn or Ind
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Postby portisfan24 » Thu Sep 09, 2004 12:21 am

Trap wrote:This isnt really related. But I was thinking today of what the best All-White team could possibly be in fantasy football. But then I laughed when I thought of the RBs and WRs I would have to start.


brock forsey and marc boerigter ;-D too bad ed mcaffrey retired. ooh and alstott.
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Postby BrutallyHuge » Thu Sep 09, 2004 7:52 am

xseven wrote:picking 2 teams-
You would have to have the Chiefs be one of them, and then pair them up w/ a team w/ good receivers.

T, Green
P Holmes
T Gonzalez

Probably Minn or Ind


I would mix them up with Pittsburgh. Cause Pitt is weak at QB, TE, and kinda at RB.

T Green, T. Maddox
Holmes, Staley
Ward, Burress, Kennison
TGonz
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Postby nebbie2004 » Thu Sep 09, 2004 8:16 am

xseven wrote:picking 2 teams-
You would have to have the Chiefs be one of them, and then pair them up w/ a team w/ good receivers.

T, Green
P Holmes
T Gonzalez

Probably Minn or Ind


NO you HAVE to take Indy

Peyton
Harrison
Edge


and pair them with someone like.......

Cinncy!

Chad Johnson
Rudi Johnson
Palmer

so youll have

Peyton, Palmer
Harrison, Chad Johnson
Edge, Rudi
TE- ?
PK- Vanderjagt
Def-?
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