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Old 06-27-2012, 10:52 AM  
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****2012-2013 Fantasy Football Repository Thread****

I did my first year of fantasy baseball -- I cannot tell you how much I'm ready for FF after that cluster****.

I figured this would be a good thread prior to most team's drafts.

When the time comes we can start a "rate my team" thread, and also a "sit/start thread."

So, how many leagues are you joining?

What intrigues you the most?

What player/s flying under the radar do you think will impact the FF world the most?

Also, cheap plug --- Mr. Plow's league needs one more player. It's a fun IDP league. I'm sure he'll be along to promote it -- we only want handsome, well hung gentlemen like ourselves. It'd be fun to get a CPer into that last spot.

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Old 08-14-2012, 08:09 AM   #76
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Honestly your team isn't as bad as you say it is. Running back is terrible but otherwise you are ok. And Bjge might be a serviceable 2nd RB in non ppr considering his goal line prowess. Helu isn't even starting right now so I wouldn't be comfortable playing him.

Kendall Wright on the ww? Pick him up ASAP. Locker looks like hes going to be the starter and loves throwing to Wright.

The Brown for Davis trade is one I would normally do ASAP, but considering your bad running backs and strength at wr, I would try to flip Davis and maybe someone else for a solid RB. Buy low on a Richardson maybe? Doubt that works but would be ideal. I would even trade him for Hillis in non ppr in a heartbeat. Goal line beast and we both know the chiefs are gonna pound the rock. If you can't find a RB you are comfortable starting then do the trade. Brown is poised to have a huge year. Maybe later in the year you can flip one of your receivers for a RB. And tight end is pretty mediocre after the top 2 so you can get a serviceable option on the ww to replace Davis in case Gronk ever goes down. Rudolph, Cook, Olsen?

I would also look into picking up backup running backs of often injured players. Goodson on the ww? Pick him up. David Wilson? Same. You mentioned Kendall Hunter. Same idea. Obviously can't pick them all up but get the ones you prefer. You would be an injury away from a good starting RB.

Drop Dexter too. He's gonna be a non factor esp. in non ppr. I would def keep Baldwin though. And Taiwan Jones? Ehh not expecting much especially in non ppr. Would much rather have Rodgers or any of the above backs I mentioned. I also wouldn't carry 3 tight ends. If you are able to trade Davis then just carry gronk if your league allows that.

Wow lol that was long. Just my suggestions take them fwiw.
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Old 08-14-2012, 09:50 AM   #77
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I would love to offer [i]some[/b] sort of insight but that structure is so strange.

I doubt I'd help you out any.

Regardless -- good luck.

Maybe, see if Tebow gets some goal line snaps early in the year -- and try to package him.
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Old 08-14-2012, 09:57 AM   #78
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So, you have the #7 pick overall. And you pick seventh each round.

You traded your fourth rounder last year.

Does your mindset change with the first three picks?
The more I think about this the more I think Megatron falls to me at #7 overall.

I think he's going to be my first round pick, unless, McCoy or Rice falls.
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Old 08-14-2012, 10:03 AM   #79
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i don't usually post here but I need help with a very odd/weird fantasy league i joined at the last minute (40 buy in) and I am just so lost confused/had such a bad draft I was hoping for any help to look for potential sleepers/FAs that might break out this year cause I'll need them.

The scoring is a little off, I know it's not standard scoring and it is a league that has a bunch of those crazy bonuses like 5 points for a 200+ yard rushing game or 1 point for a 40+ yard pass. At least I dont remember stuff like that being standard fantasy scoring

anyway here is my awful team

QB - Cam Newton, RGIII, Jay Cutler, Tim Tebow
RB - Roy Helu, Green Ellis, Taiwan Jones, McCluster (lol)
WR - Vincent Jackson, Pierre Garcon, Heyward Bey, Jon Baldwin
TE - Rob Gronkowski, Vernon Davis, Coby Fleener
DEF - Chiefs

McCluster and Baldwin were my last two picks out of desperation and hope one of them might get lucky and break out/homerism on my end. I know I need help at RB badly, and I already got an offer for Vernon Davis for Antonio Brown and I am considering doing it since I dont need two TEs, even though I can play two at the same time.

QB heavy because you can play two QBs at once, and the potential of 4 scrambling QBs is a threat in rushing as well to hit any of the bonuses at any given week imo, so I stashed Tebow and RGIII, well I actually reached high for RGIII and Cam was my first round pick. Cutler I got good value on so I couldnt pass him up.

It's non-ppr. Any RB or WR I could stash of the waiver wire would be big help. Am I right in thinking that guys like Kendall Hunter and Jaquizz Rodgers are worth taking a stash on? How about Kendall Wright for the Titans? Anyone else? Also is Vernon Davis for Antonio Brown worth it or should I just deploy Gronk and Vernon week to week. I can play one at flex.

a starting lineup would be

QB - Cam Newton
RB - Helu
RB- Lawfirm
WR - VJax
WR - Garcon
TE - Gronk
Flex- Vern Davis
OP (you can play a QB here) - RGIII
DEF - Chiefs

I mean how much is RB or WR worth here if I can play two red zone threat TEs and two QBs? I know playing two TE's usually isnt a good idea but at that point going for both of them was BPA at the time when others ahead made runs at good RBs/WRs etc and there was such a drop off that I grabbed the 1 and 3 rated TEs off the sheet out of panic.

What a messed up structure, i am so lost with this set up.
List the top 10 FAs for RB and WR......so I can see what is available to you.
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Old 08-14-2012, 10:10 AM   #80
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The more I think about this the more I think Megatron falls to me at #7 overall.

I think he's going to be my first round pick, unless, McCoy or Rice falls.

He'll be there. I'm doubting the others will based on who is in front of you.
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Old 08-14-2012, 10:11 AM   #81
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He'll be there. I'm sure of it.
I'd rather it be McCoy or Rice.
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Old 08-14-2012, 10:12 AM   #82
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I'd rather it be McCoy or Rice.
Yeah, but based on who is in front of you, I doubt it.
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Old 08-14-2012, 10:13 AM   #83
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Yeah, but based on who is in front of you, I doubt it.
So, you're telling me there are not idiots capable of taking a questionable player before me?

I want out.
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Old 08-14-2012, 10:14 AM   #84
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So, you're telling me there are not idiots capable of taking a questionable player before me?

I want out.
Too late. I have your mone..... Wait, send me your money.
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Too late. I have your mone..... Wait, send me your money.
I sure wish Aaron Rodgers would fall to me too.

Surely someone isn't stupid enough to take him #1 overall.
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Old 08-14-2012, 10:17 AM   #86
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Watch..

The weekend I'm in Green Bay I'll be facing you in FF.

Rodgers will go for 520yds and 6 TDs.

I'll get to witness the FF raping first hand.
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Old 08-14-2012, 10:18 AM   #87
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I sure wish Aaron Rodgers would fall to me too.

Surely someone isn't stupid enough to take him #1 overall.

lol. My gut keeps saying "No! Take a RB. You have to have a top RB!" But my mind is saying "Dumbass. It's QB heavy league. You won't have worry about another QB until Round 10+."
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Old 08-14-2012, 11:17 AM   #88
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List the top 10 FAs for RB and WR......so I can see what is available to you.
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David Wilson
James Starks
Shane Vereen
Ryan Williams
Mike Goodson
Jaquizz Rodgers
Kendall Hunter
Mike LeShoure
Isiah Pead
Delonte Carter
Robert Turbin
Ronnie Hillman

WR
Sidney Rice
Rueben Randall
Nate Bureleson
Leonard Hankerson
Brian Quick
Brandon Lafell
Plax
Randall Cobb
Vincent Brown
Austin Collie
Braylon Edwards
Doug Baldwin
Davone Bess


Kendall Wright was just sitting in FA and I snatched him up for a stash, for what it is worth. In terms of WR the only adds I could see being worth it are maybe Austin Collie and or Davone Bess? Isnt Bess Miami's #1 WR currently with Johnson being cut?
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Old 08-14-2012, 11:18 AM   #89
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Honestly your team isn't as bad as you say it is. Running back is terrible but otherwise you are ok. And Bjge might be a serviceable 2nd RB in non ppr considering his goal line prowess. Helu isn't even starting right now so I wouldn't be comfortable playing him.

Kendall Wright on the ww? Pick him up ASAP. Locker looks like hes going to be the starter and loves throwing to Wright.

The Brown for Davis trade is one I would normally do ASAP, but considering your bad running backs and strength at wr, I would try to flip Davis and maybe someone else for a solid RB. Buy low on a Richardson maybe? Doubt that works but would be ideal. I would even trade him for Hillis in non ppr in a heartbeat. Goal line beast and we both know the chiefs are gonna pound the rock. If you can't find a RB you are comfortable starting then do the trade. Brown is poised to have a huge year. Maybe later in the year you can flip one of your receivers for a RB. And tight end is pretty mediocre after the top 2 so you can get a serviceable option on the ww to replace Davis in case Gronk ever goes down. Rudolph, Cook, Olsen?

I would also look into picking up backup running backs of often injured players. Goodson on the ww? Pick him up. David Wilson? Same. You mentioned Kendall Hunter. Same idea. Obviously can't pick them all up but get the ones you prefer. You would be an injury away from a good starting RB.

Drop Dexter too. He's gonna be a non factor esp. in non ppr. I would def keep Baldwin though. And Taiwan Jones? Ehh not expecting much especially in non ppr. Would much rather have Rodgers or any of the above backs I mentioned. I also wouldn't carry 3 tight ends. If you are able to trade Davis then just carry gronk if your league allows that.

Wow lol that was long. Just my suggestions take them fwiw.
it's a really weird league

i was looking at the last season scoring and Cam Newton had 443 points and the closest RB was Shady McCoy with 287

I just find that to be a bigger gap than normal between QB and WR or RB.

What about Vernon Davis for Shonn Green would you do that? I think that might be an option and I am desperate for a RB.
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it's a really weird league

i was looking at the last season scoring and Cam Newton had 443 points and the closest RB was Shady McCoy with 287

I just find that to be a bigger gap than normal between QB and WR or RB.

What about Vernon Davis for Shonn Green would you do that? I think that might be an option and I am desperate for a RB.
I'm curious of the scoring. Can you copy and paste it? I want to see how bad it is.

On topic, I despise Shonn Greene. He will get the rock, but he is just not a good running back. Also worried about Tebow taking away his goal line work. I wouldn't do it if I were you.

Would much rather have Brown but like you said you are desperate for RBs so I could understand if you went that route.
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