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12 team, standard scoring with return yards
A J Greene
NY Giants--D Wilson got some good return yards last Thursday
Robert Meachem--have waiver out to pick up Ogletree for him
Jared Cook--probably use this spot to stream in guys as needed
12 team PPR Pay League
Rb: Foster and Forte
Wr: Julio Jones and Torrey Smith
Flex: Ryan Mathews
Def: Pitt and Sea
Bench: Dalton, Spiller, D. Wilson, N. Washington, J. Blackmon, Greg Olsen
My WRs are a little weak but I still feel like Julio Jones and Torrey Smith are primed for big years.
- 1 Reply to J Rob
First off, I do not see how you were able to get Foster, Forte, and Mathews. And then you also have Gates and Julio on top of that. Your RB's are all great ppr backs. Gates should make it back to elite status this year. Julio should put up great numbers. Matt Ryan is primed for a great year as well. I would actually start Washington over Smith for right now. There is no reason you shouldn't win this league if healthy.
WR: A. Johnson
DEF: Green Bay
RB: K. Smith
RB: P. Thomas
really nervous about Vick, but he was the last of what i considered to be the elite QBs, and he fell to me in round 5, so i took a shot. I drafted Freeman as a solid back-up. I think i'm higher on him than most people, but i think he has a real shot of being a top-12 QB this year. Regardless, if Vick and Johnson stay healthy, i'm fairly confident about this team, but it's risky...
- 2 Replies to Clay M
You said it best, "if Vick and Johnson stay helathy, i'm fairly confident about this team, but it's risky..." I would have liked to have seen Cutler, Schaub, or Big Ben as your backup QB. I don't like the risk factor with Vick at all. I also wonder what other options were available to you when you took Greene. He is a low end RB2. Overall though, if healthy you should have a solid team.
16 team non ppr all td's 6 i picked 11th Bench depth 4
for defense I'll pick weekly matchups week 1 i got Vikes @ home against the Jags
1. (8) Maurice Jones-Drew
(Jac - RB)
2. (9) Jimmy Graham
(NO - TE)
3. (24) Andre Johnson
(Hou - WR)
4. (25) Roddy White
(Atl - WR)
5. (40) Michael Vick
(Phi - QB)
6. (41) Jamaal Charles
(KC - RB)
7. (56) Vincent Jackson
(TB - WR)
8. (57) Philip Rivers
(SD - QB)
9. (72) Beanie Wells
(Ari - RB)
10. (73) Dwayne Bowe
(KC - WR)
11. (88) C.J. Spiller
(Buf - RB)
12. (89) Roy Helu
(Was - RB)
13. (104) Santana Moss
(Was - WR)
14. (105) Michael Bush
(Chi - RB)
15. (120) Stephen Gostkowski
(NE - K)
16. (121) LeGarrette Blount
(TB - RB)
17. (136) Andrew Luck
(Ind - QB)
18. (137) New York
(NYJ - DEF)
Helu was dropped for Kevin Smith, Wells was dropped for Amendola, and Blount was dropped for Kenny Britt.
- 1 Reply to doyler
I don't like Vick. He is too risky for my likes, but Rivers is a good backup to have. I think your RB's are weak. I like Charles, but it's still unknown how Ryan Williams will affect Wells. You are loaded at WR. Andre, White (steal in the 4th), Jackson, Bowe, and Britt make for a lot of firepower. Graham is obviously a stud at TE. What I would do to improve your team would be to shop Vick and Jackson around for a top 10 RB. If you can do that, then your team will have an easy road to the playoffs.
14 team league standard scoring had last pick
minn this week
- 1 Reply to John
Cutler is a low end QB for a 14 team league, but he will work. Wilson might end up being your starter by year's end. I really like the combo of Chris Johnson and Ryan Mathews, if Mathews can stay healthy. Even if he doesn't stay healthy, you have some decent option in Bush and Greene. Calvin and A.J. will both be monsters week in and week out. Hopefully one of your other WR's will end up being a decent WR3. Witten has produced year after year, and Olsen is a nice fill in until Witten gets back. I like really like it for 14 teams. You just need to hope that Cutler or Wilson can be consistent for you.
10 team PPR league. QB 4 pt tds, no return yds.
QB: Ryan, Romo
RB: Rice, Sproles, BJGE, D.Wilson, J.Rodgers
WR: AJ Green, Colston, Britt, T.Young, Amendola
QB, RB, RB, WR, WR, RB/WR, TE, K, DEF
Little worried I may be a little thin at RB and may need to play the waiver wire a bit through out the year.
- 1 Reply to Fish
I think your team will be just fine. I love the QB duo. Rice is a stud, and I think BJGE will be a solid RB2 this year. Green and Colston is a great combination. For your flex, you will have Britt and Sproles to choose from, which is a nice problem to have. Finely has A-rod throwing him the ball. For DEF, I would probably drop GB for BUF. BUF has one of the easiest fantasy playoff schedules this year. I would go to battle with this team anyday. I wouldn't be suprised if you are the champion at the end of the year.
12 team 0.5ppr league and all TDs worth 6 pts. 1QB, 2RB, 2WR, 1RB/WR/TE, 1TE, 1K, 1Def. I drafted 9th overall
QB: Ryan, Dalton
RB: Murray, Doug Martin, Hillis, Rashad Jennings, Michael Bush, Kevin Smith
WR: Megatron, Decker, Holmes, Alshon Jeffrey
TE: Fred Davis
- 1 Reply to Matt
Ryan might creep into the top 5 this year. Murray should be a yardage monster. Hopefully Martin can have a good rookie campaign, or you will be hurting. Hillis or Bush are nice flex options. You have a great WR core with Calvin and Decker. Decker might be a WR1 by the end of the year. Davis is a good choice in a 12 team league. I believe your RB's are a minor weakness. It looks like your fate will be resting on a rookie (Martin). With some good management you should be able to get into the playoffs.
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