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  • paul paul Jul 18, 2013 6:18 PM Flag

    Rate my team

    will this team be competitive? any advice? 10 teams standard scoring

    QB Wilson
    WR Julio Jones
    WR Bowe
    WR James Jones
    RB AP
    RB CJ2K
    TE Pitta
    K Tynes
    DEF Steelers

    BN Romo
    BN Alexander
    BN Murray
    BN Ivory
    BN Givens
    BN Ravens

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    • I'll give you my standard 10 team league answer:
      Yes you will be competitive, as every team in a 10 team league should be

    • very good squad....drop a def and pick up any wr or rb....you don't need to carry 2 def...

    • Without knowing what the other teams look like I'd say you have a pretty good shot at making the playoffs. AP is obviously your horse, but nobody hits a home run every game. That means you're going to have to lean on CJ some, and that seems to be about 50-50 odds right now, maybe even less favorable. He just doesn't look like the guy who took the league by storm a few years ago. If he finds that groove again, though, you will be extremely tough to beat.

      Actually I wouldn't be surprised if you end up replacing Johnson with Ivory - or maybe even Murray if he stays healthy - at some point. The Jets made Shone Greene look like a decent RB, and Ivory, in my opinion, is much more talented. As a Cowboys fan, I still really want to believe that Murray can be the man, and if he stays upright and on the field, I think he could easily carry your team right along with AP.

      Solid work at WR, and no real concerns there. Julio will find his points and Bowe, while inconsistent, should do better than last year thanks to having a QB now. I can't imagine James Jones going for 14 TD's again, but he may see more targets and more yardage this season after his breakout role in 2012. On the other hand, he is the number one guy now, and will likely get more attention from defenses. Keep an eye on the Packers in the preseason and see which lesser-known WR is growing a relationship with Rodgers. Whoever that is could be the guy who starts stealing the short-yardage TD's, the same way Jones did. Jordy Nelson, Randall Cobb, and Jones are awesome, but I have a feeling we'll all be talking about a fourth stud Packers WR this time next year.

      I really like Pitta, and I think Flacco will lean on him even more now that Boldin is gone.

      Your teams looks good, in my opinion, but your only issue may be hoping that everyone stays healthy. Of course, who isn't worried about that?

      Good Luck!!!!

 

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