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whoman69
09-06-2004, 05:54 PM
This thread will be the place I post the final team rosters. It will also be a place to post some good natured smack and make some big predictions.

whoman69
09-06-2004, 06:10 PM
JUNEAU WATTS
NFL team Saints

QB Bart Starr, Steve Young
RB Jim Brown, James Brooks, Paul Lowe, William Andrews
WR Lance Alworth, James Lofton, Mark Clayton, Lance Rentzel
TE Bob Trumpy, Rich Caster
OL Ron Mix, Conrad Dobler, Jerry Kramer, Jim Otto, Jim Lachey, Bruce Matthews, Joe Scibelli
DL Mark Gastineau, Joe Greene, Bob Lilly, Bruce Smith, Willie Davis, Jacob Green
LB Jack Lambert, Jack Ham, Tim Harris, LeeRoy Jordan
DB Mel Renfro, Johnny Robinson, Deron Cherry, Willie Brown, Bobby Boyd, Ken Riley
PK Ray Guy P, Nick Lowery K
Ret Rick Upchurch, Travis Williams

whoman69
09-06-2004, 07:01 PM
LOSERVILLE BENCHWARMERS
NFL team Bengals

QB Troy Aikman, Jim Kelly
RB Abner Haynes, OJ Simpson, Jim Taylor, Lawrence McCutcheon
WR Art Powell, Bobby Mitchell, John Jefferson, Gary Clark
TE Kellen Winslow, Ben Coates
OL Anthony Munoz, Jackie Slater, Randy Cross, Doug Dieken, Dennis Harrah, Mike Kenn, Wilcy Moore
DL Merlin Olsen, Alex Karras, Dan Hampton, Carl Eller, Dwight White, Doug Betters
LB Chuck Howley, Tom Jackson, Ted Hendricks, Robin Cole
DB Paul Krause, Rod Perry, Dick LeBeau, Glen Edwards, Charlie Stukes, Tony Greene
PK Norm Johnson K, Greg Montgomery P
Ret Pat Studstill, Abe Woodson

whoman69
09-06-2004, 08:07 PM
NFL team Oilers

QB John Elway, Roger Staubach
RB Earl Campbell, Thurman Thomas, John Riggins, Chuck Foreman
WR Sterling Sharpe, Chris Carter, Cliff Branch, Gene Washington
TE Jay Novacek, Dave Casper
OL Max Montoya, Nate Newton, Rosey Brown, Jessie Sapolu, Jay Hilgenberg, Dwight Stevenson, RC Thielemann
DL Randy White, Dexter Manley, Richard Dent, Otis Sistrunk, Joe Klecko, Jim Marshall
LB Jack Pardee, Randy Gradishar, Nick Buonticonti, Doug Buffone
DB Jack Tatum, Gary Barbaro, Steve Foley, Ed Meador, Thom Darden, K. Stone
PK BJ Green P, Pete Stoyonovich K
Ret Brian Mitchell, Ron Smith

whoman69
09-06-2004, 08:36 PM
NFL team Steelers

QB Fran Tarkenton, Brett Favre
RB Gale Sayers, Marcus Allen, Barry Foster, Mike Pruitt
WR Steve Largent, Michael Irvin, Don Maynard, Gene Saurer
TE Mark Bavaro, John Mackey
OL Mark Stepnoski, Art Shell, Forrest Blue, Forrest Gregg, Mark Tuinei, Reggie McKenzie, Bob St. Claire
DL Reggie White, Leslie O'Neill, Clyde Simmons, Chris Doleman, Julius Adams, George Andrie
LB Dick Butkus, Kevin Greene, Robin Cole, Maxie Baughn
DB Mel Blount, Rod Woodson, Cornell Green, Larry Wilson, Willie Buchanan, Gary Fencik
PK Sean Landetta P, Fuad Reveiz K

whoman69
09-06-2004, 08:51 PM
THE BLACK PUSSY
NFL team Panthers

QB Dan Marino, Steve DeBerg
RB Larry Csonka, Tony Dorsett, Roger Craig, Chris Warren
WR Jerry Rice, Irving Fryar, Drew Pearson, Henry Ellard
TE Mike Ditka, Keith Jackson
OL Larry Little, Willie Peoples, Russ Grimm, Jerry Sisemore, Jim Bostic, Mike Webster, Hohn Hannah
DL Buch Buchanan, Steve McMichael, Jethro Pugh, Howie Long, Larry Hand, Keith Millard
LB Mike Singletary, Pat Swilling, Willie Lanier, Isaiah Robertson
DB Jay Norton, Roland Lawrence, Mike Bass, Richie Pettibone, Lamar Parrish, Jake Scott
PK Morton Anderson K, Rich Camarillo P
Ret Eric Metcalf, Mercury Morris

whoman69
09-06-2004, 09:07 PM
BERTUZZI BRUISERS
NFL team Jets

QB Joe Montana, Joe Namath
RB Emmitt Smith, Christian Okoye, Otis Anderson, Larry Brown
WR Otis Taylor, Herman Moore, Fred Biletnikoff, Paul Warfield
TE Ozzie Newsome, Todd Christensen
OL Dan Dierdorf, Gene Upshaw, Fred Quillen, Will Wohlford, Ed Budde, Jim Langer
DL Lyle Alzado, Neal Smith, Michael Perry, Greg Townsend, Curley Culp, Leonard Marshall
LB Derrick Thomas, Darryl Talley, Karl Mecklenberg, Stan White
DB Ronnie Lott, Charlie Waters, Herman Edwards, Clancy Williams, Ed Sharockman, Willie Wood
PK Reggie Roby P, Tony Franklin K
Ret Alvin Haymond, Dennis Gentry

whoman69
09-06-2004, 09:18 PM
NFL team Packers

QB Warren Moon, Len Dawson
RB Walter Peyton, LeRoy Kelly, Clem Daniels, Lydell Mitchell
WR Charley Hennigan, Bob Hayes, Roy Green, Stanley Morgan
TE Jackie Smith, Brent Jones
OL Guy McIntyre, Stan Brock, Joe Dellamieleur, Ray Donaldson, Jim Tyrer, Howard Barton, Stan Adams
DL Deacon Jones, LC Greenwood, Ed Jones, Harvey Martin, Charles Mann, Al Baker
LB Lawrence Taylor, Andre Tippett, Jim Youngblood, Wally Hilgenberg
DB Lem Barney, Emmit Thomas, Pat Fisher, Ken Houston, Dave Grayson, Ken Easley
PK Gary Anderson K, Jerrell Wilson P
Ret Mel Grey, Bobby Jancik

whoman69
09-07-2004, 07:56 PM
NFL team Ravens

QB Johnny Unitas, Dan Fouts
RB Barry Sanders, Eric Dickerson, Greg Pruitt, Franco Harris
WR John Stallworth, Lynn Swann, Tommy McDonald, Art Monk
TE Shannon Sharpe, Russ Francis
OL Jim Jacoby, Chris Hinton, Jeff VanNote, Keith Fahnhorst, Jimbo Covert, Bill Fralic, Bruce Wooten
DL Alan Page, LeeRoy Selmon, Rosie Grier, Ron McDole, Art Still, Jeff Jeffcoat
LB Bobby Bell, Ray Nitschke, Wilbur Marshall, Mike Curtis
DB Deion Sanders, Mike Wagner, Donnie Shell, B. Thompson, Bobby Hunt, Cliff Harris
PK Jan Stenerud K, Rohn Stark P
Ret Billie Johnson, Dave Hampton

whoman69
09-07-2004, 08:51 PM
NFL team Broncos

QB Boomer Esiason, Neil Lomax
RB Chuck Muncie, Larry Little, James Wilder, Dokie Williams
WR Lionel Taylor, Vance Johnson, Ahmad Raschad, Chris Collinsworth
TE Riley Odomes, Henry Childs
OL Tunch Ilkin, Ron Yary, Steve Riley, Roy Foster, Ron Ballard, Roy Donovan
DL Bob Baumhower, Dave Butz, Jerome Brown, Henry Jordan, Jeff Cross, Gerry Philbin
LB Charlie Weaver, Dave Meinert, Clay Matthews, Jim LeClaire
DB Louis Wright, Ray Clayborn, Speedy Duncan, Johnny Sample, Bobby Bryant, Joey Browner
PK Garo Ypremian K, Tommy Barnhardt P
Ret Eddie Payton, Fulton Walker

whoman69
09-07-2004, 08:51 PM
NFL team Raiders

QB Ken Stabler, Bernie Kosar
RB Rodney Hampton, Joe Cribbs, Mark Van Eaghen, Gerald Riggs
WR Al Toon, Drew Hill, Eric Martin, Roy Jefferson
TE Jimmy Giles, Dan Ross
OL Jim Richter, Tim Irwin, Ray Mansfield, Bubba Parris, Jeff Criswell, Kent Hull
DL John Matuszak, Joe Nash, Joe Robb, Dave Pureifory, Henry Thomas, Ben Davidson
LB Gerald Irons, Phil Villapiano, Hacksaw Reynolds, Dan Connors
DB Al Atkinson, Jim Hudson, Lester Hayes, Ken Ellis, R. Volk, Nolan Cromwell
PK Tony Zendejas K, L. Johnson P
Ret BJ Edmonds, K. Alexander

Dartgod
09-08-2004, 07:43 AM
I can't believe no one took Albert Lewis for DB.

Saulbadguy
09-08-2004, 07:50 AM
Damn. I ended up with Reggie Roby.

Saulbadguy
09-08-2004, 07:51 AM
Oh, I will win of course.

whoman69
09-30-2004, 11:11 PM
I've used my mighty mod powers to skew the poll to whom I think will compete.
Keg- good D for stopping the run and pass but may be light in the pass rush. How did he get #1 and #2 OL in the league?
SD- Deep secondary, will get alot of sacks on blitzes, good OL, backs who can run and catch, receivers who can go deep
Rain Man- monster Dline, should get their share of INTs in LB and secondary, ST may make a difference
FDE- should be solid against run and pass, good mix in run game, steady but not spectacular LB and DBs, lacks deep threat
Raiderhader- Marino to Rice, questionable secondary, pass defense may be a problem, Oline has too many just average guys
Saul- sending a proxy left out the feeling of who is available, weak against the run, no real superstar receiver, but QB should cover that
Fat Elvis- went more for rep than game realities, most of his best picks in later part of the draft, not enough studs

Rain Man
10-01-2004, 07:23 PM
Booooooooo! Booooooooo! Juneau will dominate the league!



Just to share my strategy, I went more for big play guys on defense. I went for guys who had great pass rush and interception ratings, even if their overall defensive ratings were a bit lower than some other available guys.

I wish that I had managed to snag a strong pass rush starter, though. I'm starting three great linebackers, but none of them are rushers. I'd like to be able to put Tim Harris in on passing downs, but I don't know if I can.

On offense, my plan was to go with Jim Brown and a cloud of dust, and a lot of WRs who can go deep well on the play action. When Steve Young dropped into my lap, I had to snag him, and he's more of a short-pass, high-completion guy. I'm hoping that he'll work well in the system, and I'm bummed that whoman said that rushing QBs are underutilized in the game. Young in his prime was one of the best QBs in history, and he never gets the credit he deserves.