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Need a D -
Hamilton, Yandle, Harmonic, Fowler or Daley. I normally go Yandle, as leads every category, except G and +/-, which is really bad. Is he still a good play? Roto league.
Crosby, Gostkowski, Vinatieri, Hauschka - which one will be best this weekend.
Per FG (0-19) Made: 3.0
Per FG (20-29) Made: 3.0
Per FG (30-39) Made: 3.0
Per FG (40-49) Made: 3.0
Per FG (50+) Made: 3.0
Per Extra Point Made: 1.0
Who will have the best statistical game this weekend. I posted the QB statistical categories below:
IMO, I think this is the order: Brady, Luck, Rogers, Wilson.
What do you all think ???
Per Pass Yard: 0.5 (e.g. 0.05 x 20 = 1 point per 20 yards)
Per Pass TD: 4.0
Per Completion: 3.0
Per Incompletion: 2.0
Per Completion for 1st Down: 12.0
- Bulldozier1963 Bulldozier1963 Jan 9, 2015 2:15 PM Flag
I think so, too. I am torn with Plek's SOG's. I already have Seguin, so Spezza is going. Just depends on whether Brassard or Plek.
I have been offered Brassard OR Plekanec for Spezza. The categories are G,A,+/-,PIM, PPA, SHG and SOG.
I am currently tied for 1st in G,A,+/-, and PPA and 2nd in SOG. Which of Plekanec or Brassard would be the better add - Plekanec has 43 more SOG but Brassard has 2x the PPA's. Otherwise they seem pretty even.
I don't want Spezza and am trying to move him, so this is a trade I'm inclined to do.
I just drafted - league is H2H with the following categories: G,A,+/-, PIM, PPA, SOG. I would like to propose an offer to the manager that has Tarasenko. What would be a fair offer - Benn straight up? Or something better?
Here is my team:
C: Backstrom, Spezza
LW: Kunitz, Gaborik
RW: Seguin, Nyquist
D: Keith, Letang, Suter, Erhoff (waiver claim in for Hamilton)
G: Price, Schneider, Bob
Bench: Johansen, Ja. Benn, Dubinsky
I have the following to fill my last two flex positions - who are the 2 best for Week 16?
Maclin at Wash
G. Tate at Chicago
J. Hill v. Den
Ingram v. Atl
Evans v. GB
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