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  • Connor Connor Nov 5, 2012 11:11 AM Flag

    Good enough for championship?

    this is my team in a 10 team standard public league. is this team good enough for a championship or should i make some changes?

    QB: Peyton Manning
    WR: Wes Welker
    WR: Julio Jones
    WR: Dez Bryant
    RB: Chris Johnson
    RB: Doug Martin
    TE: Tony Gonalez
    K: Justin Tucker (changes)
    DEF: Denver (changes depending on matchup)
    BN: Willis McGahee
    BN: Andrew Luck
    BN: Antonio Brown
    BN: Heath Miller
    BN: Kenny Britt
    BN: CJ Spiller

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    • anyone else?

    • I think it's good enough to get you to the playoffs, but I would be very skeptical for when you're in the playoffs. Reason why is because, if Atlanta keeps winning out, they might lock up home-field in the NFC early, and then start resting their starters come towards end of the season which is your fantasy playoffs (and you have two of them on your roster). If they don't sit the entire game, they'll most likely play for only one or two quarters in a meaningless game so they can stay fresh for the playoffs. They are currently 8-0 and have a very easy schedule the rest of the way. The second ranked team is Chicago at 7-1, however they still have a pretty hard schedule left (including games against SF, GB, and Houston) so is is very likely that the win/loss margin can very well widen should they lose a couple more. It's just my opinion, but if I were you I would try to move at least one of those players if not both, but it's your call.

 

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